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Monday, April 26, 2021

Bhidbhanjan Hanuman ka Mandir|| Ek adbhoot tirth sthal||

Bhid  Bhanjan Hanuman Statue Harni Road Vadodra
Bhid  Bhanjan Hanuman Statue Harni Road Vadodra.

हनुमानजी, एक लोक देवता।

    अगर गणेशजी के बाद सभी लोगो में लोकप्रिय देवता है तो वह हनुमानजी, जिन्हे हम बजरंग बलि, महावीर जैसे नाम से जानते है. वैसे उनके 51 नाम है (Click here to watch the video of 51 names of Hanumaji with meaning)जो उनकी विशेषता दर्शाते है। उनके मंदिर हर जगह पाए जायँगे और अन्य मंदिरो में भी उनकी मुर्ति होती है।
 यहां भीड़ भंजन हनुमान के एक प्रसिद्ध मंदिर जो वड़ोदरा के हरणी रोड पर स्थित है उसके बारे में कुछ बातें प्रस्तुत है।



भीड़ भंजन मंदिर का इतिहास

    लंका युद्ध में विजय प्राप्त करने के बाद जब श्रीराम, सीतामाता, लक्ष्मणजी, एवं हनुमानजी अयोध्या लौट रहे थे; तब वें हिरण्याक्ष नगरी पहुंचे। जो एक दानव हिरण्याक्ष की भूमि थी। वहां विश्वामित्र का आश्रम था और जब वह यज्ञ करते थे तो वह दुष्ट दानव उसमे बाधा डालता था। श्रीराम का आगमन होने पर विश्वामित्र ने फिर एक बार उनको अनुरोध किया की यह दानव का विनाश करे। वनवास के पूर्व किशोरावस्था में श्रीराम और लक्ष्मण ने अपने पिताश्री की आज्ञा पाकर उनके आश्रम में जाकर राक्षसो का विनाश किया था। आज फिर विश्वामित्रजी ने उनसे अनुरोध किया तो श्रीराम ने हनुमानजी को हिरण्याक्ष का नाश करने की आज्ञा दी। यह लड़ाई १३ दिन तक चली लेकिन शिवजी के अभय वरदान की कारण हिरण्याक्ष का वध असंभव था, तो हनुमानजी ने १४ वे दिन विराट स्वरूप धारण कीया और उस दानव को अपने पाँव तले दबा दिया। श्रीराम ने हनुमानजी को आज्ञा दी की इस दानव को हमेंशा के लिए इसी तरह पाताल में स्थित कर दे। तब से मानव स्वरूप धारण कर के हनुमानजी वहां स्थिर हो गए और त्रेतायुग की समाप्ति के बाद, कलियुग में जब लोगो को उनकी मुर्ति के दर्शन हुए, तो वहां सन ११४५ (बिक्रम सवंत १२०२) में वहां भीड़ भंजन मंदिर का निर्माण किया गया। आज वह हिरण्याक्ष नगरी; हरणी के नाम से जानी जाती है और वडोदरा शहर का एक विक्सित हिस्सा है। वहा जाने वाले मार्ग को हरणी रोड उर्फ़ एयरपोर्ट रोड से जाना जाता है।
Garbh Gruh of Bhid  Bhanjan Hanuman Harni Road Vadodra
Garbh Gruh of Bhid  Bhanjan Hanuman Harni Road Vadodra.

मंदिर के स्थापना की कहानी।

    हरणी गाँव के पास एक वृक्ष के नीचे स्थानिक जनता को मूर्ति के दर्शन हुए और जब इस मूर्ति की प्राचीनता तथा हनुमानजी की कहानी के बारे में मालूमात हुई तो वहां एक मंदिर बनाया गया। यह मंदिर का निर्माण सिससिद्ध महात्माओ द्वारा बिक्रम सवंत १२०२ (सन ११४५) में किया गया था। इसके स्थापत्य में छत पर गदा आकार का गुम्बज है, और अंदर दिवालो पर हनुमानजी, अन्य देवी देवताओ, और वृक्षों की सुन्दर चित्रकारी और शिल्पकारी है। जैसे ही मंदिर परिसर में प्रवेश करते हे; मन को शांति का अनुभव होता है। श्रद्धालुओं को एक बार भीड़ भंजन मंदिर की जात्रा अवश्य करनी चाहिए।
Bhid  Bhanjan Hanuman Harni Road Vadodra
Bhid  Bhanjan Hanuman Harni Road Vadodra.

भीड़ भंजन हनुमानजी के मंदिर तक कैसे जाए?

    वडोदरा एयरपोर्ट से सिर्फ एक किलोमीटर की दुरी पर पर यह मंदिर है जो पैदल चलकर सात मिनट में पहुँच सकते है। वडोदरा रेलवे स्टेशन से बस यां रिक्शा यां अपने वाहन द्वारा वहां जा सकते है। हालांकि अब हरणी विस्तार वडोदरा सिटी में समाविष्ट है और हर तरह का इंफ्रास्ट्रक्चर विक्सित हो गया है। सो वहां जाना आसान है.
हनुमान जयंती के दिन बड़ा मेला लगता है। हर शनिवार को और खास कर के सावन माह के शनिवार को बहुत भीड़ होती है। काली चौदश के दिन साधको इस मंदिर में रात को सिद्धि प्राप्त करने हेतु हनुमानजी की आराधना करते है।
जनता इस विशवास से हनुमानजी के दर्शन को आती है की उनके कष्ट का निवारण हो जाएगा, इस लिए इनका नाम भीड़ भंजन हनुमान है।

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Monday, February 1, 2021

Vasai Fort history | Vasai fort

Safar Vasai fort.  

All about Vasai Fort.

Main entrance to the Citadel at Vasai Fort
Main entrance to the Citadel at Vasai Fort. (Source wikimedia common.org)

The narration is of Me. Sunil D'melo

 (Originally in Marathi Language but here represenrted English Translation):

Forts of Maharashtra
Forts of Maharashtra.
    "I am sure that even the majority of Vasaikars will not know the wonderful #architecture and its history shown in this video, just watch it and share it with others. Spread over 110 acres, the #Portuguese #fort at #Vasai is one of the largest forts not only in #Maharashtra but in the whole of #India. The fort was built in 1535 and the Portuguese ruled the surrounding area for 200 years, not just for a short time. In 1739, Narveer Chimaji Appa started the Vasai campaign and suppressed these foreigners and deported them from Vasai to #Goa.

    

Church_Vasai_Fort
Church_Vasai_Fort (source wikimedia common.org)

    The fort has suffered a lot due to lack of proper maintenance but there is still a lot to see and inspire in the fort. Today through this video we are going to take you on a tour of Vasai fort. We hope you enjoy the trip."

 Special thanks: 

  • Monsignier Fa. 
  • Francis Correa 
  • Mr. Pascal Lopes 
  • Sir Dr. Shridatta Raut Sir


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Monday, August 12, 2019

Key Key Biscayne beach, Miami of Florida

Tourism: An interesting images of Key Biscayne beach of Florida with google street view, Lighthouse, and boys, mermaid, etc...


Thursday, July 18, 2019

38 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India and Kumbh Mela.


UNESCO: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
UNESCO: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

    UNESCO - The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, preserve many ancient cultural activities, natural locations, and ancient buildings as the heritage of the world. Some of that is situated in India. List of 38 #UNESCO world heritage site in #India and about the pilgrimage of Kumbhmela is presented here. Also watch my video on #YOUTUBE about Indian UNESCO Sites...

World Heritage Sites in India book on Amazon


This book guides you to visit all UNESCO World Heritage cultural Sites in India. The key benefit of this book is package trips. One package trip contains multiple nearby WHS. Also guides you where to land, where to stay, list of places to visit, etc., These information will save your money and time. There is no tour trip advisor needed. You can use one or more package trips depending upon your holiday/vacation.

The List:


1. Taj Mahal, Agra

The Symbol of Love: Indian White Marble Handmade Agra Tajmahal Replica Reconstructed Model/Symbol of Love/Taj Mahal Gift

2. Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh

Khajuraho: A Legacy in Stone
Must buy for every travellers to khajuraho

3. Hampi, Karnatka

One of the greatest UNESCO heritage sites in India, the ruins at Hampi are the remains of a medieval kingdom—the magnificent Vijayanagar. On the longlist of the Vodafone Crossword Book Award 2010, this book brings to surface the lost glory of this city.
Discover The Splendours of Vijayanagar
Discover The Splendours of Vijayanagar.

4. Ajanta Caves, Maharashtra

The book is intended for the advanced researchers, educators, students, and such general readers who seek an in-depth understanding of the history of the Ajanta caves and the paintings.

5. Ellora Caves, Maharashtra

Celebrated for its lofty temples and gigantic sculptures carved between the middle of the sixth and tenth centuries, Ellora has a rich artistic and architectural history. In this book, Dhavalikar offers an introduction to the magnificent world of Ellora caves and monuments--their history, patronage, religion, and iconography.

6. Bodh Gaya, Bihar

Bodh Gaya is a very famous religious site of Buddhist pilgrims as it is said to be the place where Gautam Buddha attained enlightenment under the Bodhi tree. This sacred tree is located inside the Mahabodhi Temple Complex which comes under the Gaya district of Bihar in India.

7. Sun Temple, Konark, Odisha

Konark Sun Temple is a 13th-century CE Sun temple at Konark about 35 kilometres northeast from Puri on the coastline of Odisha, India. The temple is attributed to king Narasimhadeva I of the Eastern Ganga Dynasty about 1250 CE.
The sun temple of Konark
Handmade Stone Konark Sun Temple
Tales of a Solo Woman Traveler

8. Red Fort Complex, Delhi

About Book:
RED FORT: REMEMBERING THE MAGNIFICENT MUGHALS seeks to present the lived culture of Mughals in all its multiple facets. The book is divided in four parts. In Part 1 the focus is on the Imperial court and the court etiquette, cultivation of Persian and its enrichment with translations from Sanskrit, patronage of Hindu and Jain scholars. Part 2 contains detailed accounts of the Red Fort and the symbolism of its architecture, the philosophy of jharokha darshan, ceremonies, games and pastimes, the material culture of costumes and jewellery, food, drink and perfumery. The remaining two parts deal with the decline and fall of the Mughal rule and the British Colonial Durbars at the Red Fort. The broadly historical narrative is enlivened by various anecdotes. About Author:
DEBASISH DASM is a telecom professional; he is a history aficionado and loves to photograph and document ancient ruins. He lives in Gurgaon and spends his weekends in exploring little known monuments in Delhi and its neighbourhood. Since the last few years, he has been writing heritage blogs (www.lighteddream.wordpress.com) on Delhi’s monuments; encouraged by their reception, he has now ventured into a full-length book about the most magnificent of all the Delhi monuments, the Red Fort.

9. Sanchi Stupa, Madhya Pradesh

Sanchi is a Buddhist complex, famous for its Great Stupa, on a hilltop at Sanchi Town in Raisen District of the State of Madhya Pradesh, India. It is located in 46 kilometres north-east of Bhopal, capital of Madhya Pradesh.
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Painting
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10. Chola Temples, Tamil Nadu

The Great Living Chola Temples is a UNESCO World Heritage Site designation for a group of Chola dynasty era Hindu temples in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

11. Kaziranga Wild Life Sanctuary, Assam

Kaziranga National Park is situated in the Golaghat, Karbi Anglong and Nagaon districts of the state of Assam, India. The sanctuary, which hosts two-thirds of the world's great one-horned rhinoceroses, is a World Heritage Site.

12. Group of Monuments at Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu

The Group of Monuments at Mahabalipuram is a collection of 7th- and 8th-century CE religious monuments in the coastal resort town of Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu, India and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal, about 60 kilometres south of Chennai.

13. Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal

Sundarbans National Park is a large coastal mangrove forest, shared by India and Bangladesh. The area is home to the Royal Bengal tiger, plus other endangered species such as the estuarine crocodile and Ganges River dolphin. Boats from Khulna city travel south along the river to a quiet mangrove beach at Kotka. Here, a watchtower offers views of the forest and its birds and animals.

14. Humayun’s Tomb, New Delhi

Humayun's tomb is the tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayun in Delhi, India. The tomb was commissioned by Humayun's first wife and chief consort, Empress Bega Begum, in 1558, and designed by Mirak Mirza Ghiyas and his son, Sayyid Muhammad, Persian architects chosen by her

15. Jantar Mantar, Jaipur, Rajasthan

The Jantar Mantar is a collection of 19 astronomical instruments built by the Rajput king Sawai Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur, Rajasthan. The monument was completed in 1734. It features the world's largest stone sundial, and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is located near City Palace and Hawa Mahal.

16. Agra Fort, Uttar Pradesh

Agra Fort is a historical fort in the city of Agra in India. It was the main residence of the emperors of the Mughal Dynasty until 1638, when the capital was shifted from Agra to Delhi. Before capture by the British, the last Indian rulers to have occupied it were the Marathas.

17. Fatehpur Sikri, Uttar Pradesh

Four centuries ago, a magnificent king built his city of dreams on a Hill. And then after a few years he walked away from it, never to return. The reason why Jalaluddin Akbar abandoned the city of Fatehpur Sikri remains a mystery. This book deals with this topic.

18. Rani Ki Vav, Patan, Gujarat

Located at the banks of the Saraswati River, Rani ki Vav is an intricately designed step well at Patan, in the Indian state of Gujarat. One of the many brilliant step wells in India (& in Gujarat itself), it was built as a memorial to the 11th Century King Bhimdev I. Constructed during the reign of the Chalukya dynasty in India, the step well was inducted into the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2014. It is said that during some point in its history, it was flooded by and silted over by the nearby Saraswati River. It remained in that state till early 1980s, when it was excavated and revived by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). However, most of the amazing 7-storied underground structure along with its intricate carvings have been found to be in excellent condition. Thus, making it one of the most amazing step wells to visit in India.

19. Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, Karnataka

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20. Elephanta Caves, Maharashtra

MyGift 12 inch Meditating Seated Buddha Statue Figurine with Rustic Gray Finish
India Revealed: The Caves of Ajanta, Ellora, & Elephanta, Mumbai (2019 India Travel Guide) Kindle Edition
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Bronze Hindu Goddess Lakshmi On Lotus Hinduism Display Statue

21. Nalanda Mahavihara (Nalanda University), Bihar

Nalanda as a monastic institution in the time of Buddha emerged into the greatest academic and spiritual centre of Asia in the early medieval times. This alludes to successive stages of development in Buddhism from native realism of the early monastic order to developed metaphysics of the Prajnaparamita and Yogacara philosophies which revolutionized the capacity of thinking of men. Nalanda also ushered in a new school of art. It is acceded that Indian art in the earliest stage was based in six centres as Gandhara, Mathura, Sanchi, Sarnath, Ajanta and Amaravati. If the Gandhara school has analogies with the antiques-Etruscan intermixed with the Greco-Roman, from which the art of Italy flashed in Christian art and similarly other centres flourished with composite features, the Nalanda school like the other five schools, being purely Indian in conception, traces its roots into the sculptures of Sarnath and Mathura. It has its own ethos and historical development.

22. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (formerly Victoria Terminus), Maharashtra


This famous landmark which has become an identity symbol of the city was built in 1878-1888(10 years of construction was named Victoria Terminus after the then reigning Empress of India, Queen Victoria. The station was designed by British architect Frederick William Stevens. In March 1996 the station's name was changed to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) after Shivaji, the 17th-century warrior chieftain. The terminus is the Central Railway headquarter of India. It is one of the busiest railway stations in India, serving as a terminal for both long-distance- and suburban trains.
Painting.
Book.
First Day Cover.
Photo Frame.
Key Chains.
The stamps.

23. Mountain Railways of India

These three destinations must be visited by the dedicated tourists:
  1. The Amazing Mountain Railway.
  2. The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway.
  3. The Kalka Shimla Railway.
A journey to Shimla by Toy Train
20 things to do in Shimla
A Visitor's Guide

24. Qutub Minar and its Monuments, New Delhi

Fridge Magnet
Wall Clock
Gate and Garden Light
Paperback
Books
Ceramic Mug

25. Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park, Gujarat

Many great cities of antiquity around the world were the center of their civilization for centuries, only to be lost to the ages, and then rediscovered centuries or millennia later, reduced to rubble and ruins, with only the largest structures still standing, and the rest mere shadows. Other cities continued to grow and change, leading to eclectic mixes of thousand-year-old forts and temples, medieval streets and markets, government buildings put up by colonial powers, and modern high-rises, offices and strip malls cluttering everywhere in between. But there are not many places in the world that went from being a small place of moderate importance to being the capital of the kingdom to being almost entirely deserted and nearly lost to the wilderness within a century, and in such recent history. (a mere 500 years ago.) Champaner is just such a place. Here you can find an old palace, fort, several mosques, but also walk the ancient streets just as its inhabitants did five centuries ago. Champaner was an out-of-the-way pilgrimage site for hundreds of years, became the capital of Gujarat, and was then abandoned to be overtaken by the jungle. The city rose and fell almost as fast as the modern stock market, but left behind far more aesthetic remains. The city is remarkably well-preserved, with Hindu and Jain temples a thousand years old, mosques from the time of the Gujarat Sultanate, and the whole workings of a well-planned capital city still in evidence, from granaries and fortifications to stepwells and cemeteries. Champaner became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004. THANK YOU.
Laptop Cover
Kindle Edition
Brass Statue

26. Great Himalayan National Park, Himachal Pradesh



The Great Himalayan National Park:The Struggle to Save the Western Himalayas Hardcover – 17 December 2018 :

The great Himalayan National Park conservation area, a UNESCO world heritage site, is one of the most important protected areas in the Himalayas, one of the world’s great biological realms. The book is intended both as a history and an ecological overview of the park as well as a plea for continuing conservation of the rich legacy of Himalayan plants and animals. In addition to descriptions of the ecology, the book includes local history and culture and a review of current development in the region. The inscription of the park into the UNESCO world heritage list in 2014 confirmed the outstanding universal values of the area, which contains the most important and significant natural habitats for in-situ conservation of Western Himalayan biological diversity. The pictures, taken by the authors and their collaborators, vividly illustrate the grandeur and diversity of the area. The book has universal appeal: to naturalists, scholars, resource managers, trekkers, arm-chair travellers. Success and failure along the road to creating today’s Park are discussed frankly to inform future management efforts and there are numerous examples of conservation in action that will motivate a new generation of naturalists and ecologists to continue the fight to protect the ecology of the greatest mountains on Earth.

Flora of Great Himalayan National Park, Himachal Pradesh Hardcover – 1 January 2000 : 

This flora deals with the Systematics, Ecology, and Conservation aspects of the vascular plants (Angiosperms and Gymnosperms) found in and around the Great Himalayan National Park, Himachal Pradesh. The work is based on the extensive field surveys conducted by the authors in the area and valuable information collected by them on the distribution and local uses of various species. The general introduction deals with the physical and biological attributes of the park. This is followed by a field key to the identification of the families represented in the flora and systematic enumeration of the taxa (128 families, 427 genera, and 832 species) recorded in the area by the authors. The species of doubtful occurrence in the area have been listed at the end of each family. To aid the identification of the species key features and references to the illustrations have been given. In addition, over 40 color pictures showing interesting plants and landscapes of the park have been provided in this book.

27. Hill Forts of Rajasthan

The forts of Rajasthan are world-famous. The history of these forts is full of dynasty stories and war stories.
Hard Cover Book
Calendar
Kindle Edition

28. Churches and Convents of Goa

No tourist can resist the attraction of the marvelous place - GOA. Popular for its beaches, Goa is also rich in unique flora and fauna. Here are the Churches and Convents, Buddhist, and Arabian Islamic culture and architecture. You can see a fusion of architectural, religious, and cultural influences in Goa. The delicious foods and fenny are waiting for you.
Paperback
50 Tips for Tourists...
A heart-warming story...
Fridge Magnet
Half Sleeve T-Shirt
Ceramic Tea/Coffee Mug

29. Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka, Madhya Pradesh

The Bhimbetka rock shelters are an archaeological site situated in central India. Some of the Bhimbetka rock shelter caves contain prehistoric wall paintings, which are as old as 10,000 years(BCE 8,000) These cave paintings depict the contemporary lifestyles, animals, community, and hunting style. The Bhimbetka is the oldest known rock art site in India as well as is one of the largest prehistoric complexes. It depicts the ancient human life in India and the evidence of the Stone Age. It is located in the Raisen District in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh about 45 kilometers (28 mi) south-east of Bhopal. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that consists of seven hills and over 750 rock shelters distributed over 10 km.
Kindle Edition
Fridge Magnet
Travel Guide

30. Manas Wild Life Sanctuary, Assam

Manas National Park aka Manas Wildlife Sanctuary at Assam is one of the UNESCO Natural World Heritage sites and the reserve forest for tigers and elephants.
A mini coffee table book that also serves as a handbook and collectible for Manas National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Assam, India. Lucidly written with facts, and images by a wildlife photographer. Includes checklist of Mammals and Birds found in the park

31. Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur, Rajasthan

This book is a pictorial journey of Asia's largest bird sanctuary and one of the richest bird areas in the world which is known for nesting of resident birds and visiting migratory birds. The book is full of color photographs by Ananda Banerjee with valuable information about the park.

32. Nanda Devi and Valley of Flowers National Parks, Uttarakhand

World Heritage Sites of Uttarakhand: Nanda Devi National Park - Valley of Flowers National Park Hardcover – 1 January 2010

33. Western Ghats

The mountain range of Sahyadri also known as the Western Ghats spread in the area of 160,000 km² at the western side of India. Out of which, 1,600 km situated parallel to the western coast of India. This area spread in the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Goa, Maharashtra, and Gujarat.
Paperback
Paperback
Paperback

34. Khangchendzonga National Park, Sikkim

Sikkim: A Traveller's Guide
On the eastern border of India, sandwiched between Bhutan and Nepal en route to Tibet, lies one of the last wonderlands of myth and legend. Sikkim has always lured travellers, whether trekkers, pilgrims, botanists, or just people who want a serene break from routine. Photographer Sujoy Das provides rare pictures of the people of Sikkim, mountains and barren plateaus. Arundhati Ray covers all that a visitor needs to know in order to travel here. In a wonderfully story-telling style, peppered with anecdotes and folk tales, she provides the hard information.

35. Capitol Complex, Chandigarh

Chandigarh Unmasked
“Chandigarh often finds itself in the midst of scholarly work – sometimes by those trying to understand Le Corbusier, sometimes by those trying to understand modernism. This one time, it finds itself in the midst of a love story, its architectural splendour, its Harappan past.” - The Tribune “Who knows a city better than a news reporter who chronicles everyday happenings and mishaps day after day? But these stories are most often stale news by the next day. Therefore, city journalist, Vibhor Mohan, decided to write a fictional account on the making of Chandigarh in the novel." - Hindustan Times “The novel seeks to draw attention to the possibility that the planned, modern city could be located on an equally well-planned pre-historic Indus Valley Civilization site buried underneath.” - The Indian Express

36. The Historic City of Ahmedabad

The sixth-largest city in India, Ahmedabad is one of the best tourist destinations. While walking through the streets of Ahmedabad city, tourists have to admit that. Ahmedabad city and the people of this city welcome you heartily. So pack your bags and get out to explore the wide variety of food, activities, and architecture that you may find in the city.
Ahmedabad Tourism Tips
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Ahmedabad:
A city in the world.
Ahmedabad:
Walks Through
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37. The Victorian and Art Deco Ensemble of Mumbai

The area surrounding the oval maidan, which was also known as Esplanade, in Mumbai is declared a world heritage site by UNESCO. There are a total of 94 structures as well as sites in this area. This collection of Victorian Gothic buildings, Neo-Gothic, Neoclassical, Indo-Saracenic, Art Deco buildings are set around the Oval Maidan.
Mumbai Travel Guide
Fridge Magnet
Pocket Travel Guide

38. The Pink City - Jaipur

Acrylic Resin Wedding
Bracelet Bangle Set
Desigual Women's Vest_Jaipur
Pearl Kundan Rhinestone
Peacock Bracelet Bangle
Jaipur Handloom Colorful
Tie-N-Dye Burning Sun Tapestry
Jaipur Elephant Coffee Table
with Glass Top
Retro package Card Game

and Kumbh Mela

Kumbh Mela or Kumbha Mela is a major pilgrimage and festival in Hinduism. It is celebrated in a cycle of approximately 12 years, to celebrate every revolution Brihaspati completes, at four river-bank pilgrimage sites: the Allahabad, Haridwar, Nashik, and Ujjain
EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT KUMBH MELA
A Pilgrimage from Esoteric India to Pagan Europe
The Kumbh Travelogue

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