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National War Memorial, Delhi

The National War Memorial, Delhi has been built near India Gate to pay tribute to the soldiers of the Indian Army, Navy, and Air Force. Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated and dedicated the National War Memorial on 25 February 2019 to the nation. This monument is built on 44 acres of land and it has been built in the Chhatri (Chandwa) near India Gate. Manufactured in memory of soldiers martyred in wars 1947-48, 1961 (Goa), 1962 (Chinese), 1965, 1971, 1987 (Siachen), 1987-88 (Sri Lanka), 1999 (Kargil), and others.

This memorial has been built at a cost of 176 crores and the names of more than 25000 soldiers who were martyred in wars after 1947 are written on the bricks here.

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The National War Memorial, Delhi has been built near India Gate to pay tribute to the soldiers of the Indian Army, Navy, and Air Force. Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated and dedicated the National War Memorial on 25 February 2019 to the nation. This monument is built on 44 acres of land and it has been built in the Chhatri (Chandwa) near India Gate. Manufactured in memory of soldiers martyred in wars 1947-48, 1961 (Goa), 1962 (Chinese), 1965, 1971, 1987 (Siachen), 1987-88 (Sri Lanka), 1999 (Kargil), and others.

This memorial has been built at a cost of 176 crores and the names of more than 25000 soldiers who were martyred in wars after 1947 are written on the bricks here.

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National War Memorial, Delhi Design

This monument was made in four cycles or chakra. 1. Amarta Chakra 2. Veerta Chakra 3. Tyag Chakra 4. Rakshak Chakra. A memorial pillar has been built in the center of this monument, whose height is 15 feet. The lower part of this monument is like the Amar Jawan Jyoti of India Gate. The immortal flame of this place is always burning, which gives the feeling of the immortality of the martyr soldiers. Apart from the names of the martyred soldiers, statues of 21 Param Veer Chakra winners have also been made here. The area of ​​the pillar is called the Amarta Chakra.

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This monument has been designed very beautifully. There are beautiful trees, plants, and flowers and there are beautiful fountains which give beautiful views of the water. There are LED screens at places where military programs are shown. The area of ​​the pillar is called the Amarta Chakra. Here the tableaux of all the wars fought since independence have also been made.

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History of National War Memorial

The idea of ​​building a memorial for Indian soldiers was first mooted in 1968. But we the government of the time did not take special steps and this work was left only in the imagination. When Prime Minister Modi’s government came in 2014 that permission was given to build this monument in 2015 and then the work of construction of this monument started. was ready to see

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Intresting facts about National War Memorial

  • This is the country’s first war memorial complex.
  • This complex has 4 parts 1. Amarta Chakra 2. Veerta Chakra 3. Tyag Chakra 4. Rakshak Chakra.
  • This memorial is in Chhatri (Chandwa) near India Gate.
  • The view of India Gate from here looks very beautiful.
  • Its view at night is very spectacular.
  • The flame of the National War Memorial is always burning.
  • There are green trees, plants and plants all around it.
  • The area of ​​the National War Memorial is 44 acres.
  • The lower part of the memorial looks like the Amar Jawan Jyoti of India Gate. The Amar Jyoti of the Memorial is also always burning.

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Entry Fee

Entry is free here.

Timing

Monday to Friday: 9am – 8:30pm

National War Memorial nearest metro

The nearest metro station is the central secretariat on the yellow line

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Address and Google Map

Address: C – Hexagon, India Gate, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Other tourist places near National War Memorial :

  1. Red Fort
  2. Lotus Temple
  3. India Gate
  4. Humayun Tomb
  5. Rashtrapati Bhavan
  6. Garden of Five Senses
  7. Qutub Minar
  8. Jama Masjid
  9. National Museum
  10. Connaught Place shopping
  11. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Ji
  12. Lodhi Garden
  13. Jantar Mantar
  14. Dilli haat INA
  15. Shri Laxmi Narayan Temple (Birla Mandir)
  16. National Gallery of Modern Art
  17. Safdarjung Tomb
  18. National Zoological Park
  19. Shri Kalka Ji Temple
  20. Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary
  21. Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum
  22. ISKCON Temple Delhi-Glory Of India & Vedic Cultural Centre, New Delhi
  23. Deer Park
  24. Shree Adya Katyayani Shaktipeeth Mandir
  25. Waste to Wonder Theme Park
  26. Shree Hanuman Temple
  27. Adham Khan’s Tomb
  28. Akshardham Temple
  29. Sultanpur National Park

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अवसर चूकि अन्त पछतैहौ।।जन की लाज जात ऐहि बारा। धावहु हे कपि पवन कुमारा।।जयति जयति जै जै हनुमाना। जयति जयति गुण ज्ञान निधाना।।जयति जयति जै जै कपिराई। जयति जयति जै जै सुखदाई।।जयति जयति जै राम पियारे। जयति जयति जै सिया दुलारे।।जयति जयति मुद मंगलदाता। जयति जयति त्रिभुवन विख्याता।।ऐहि प्रकार गावत गुण शेषा। पावत पार नहीं लवलेषा।।राम रूप सर्वत्र समाना। देखत रहत सदा हर्षाना।।विधि शारदा सहित दिनराती। गावत कपि के गुन बहु भांति।।तुम सम नहीं जगत बलवाना। करि विचार देखउं विधि नाना।।यह जिय जानि शरण तब आई। ताते विनय करौं चित लाई।।सुनि कपि आरत वचन हमारे। मेटहु सकल दुःख भ्रम भारे।।एहि प्रकार विनती कपि केरी। जो जन करै लहै सुख ढेरी।।याके पढ़त वीर हनुमाना। धावत बाण तुल्य बनवाना।।मेटत आए दुःख क्षण माहिं। दै दर्शन रघुपति ढिग जाहीं।।पाठ करै बजरंग बाण की। हनुमत रक्षा करै प्राण की।।डीठ, मूठ, टोनादिक नासै। परकृत यंत्र मंत्र नहीं त्रासे।।भैरवादि सुर करै मिताई। आयुस मानि करै सेवकाई।।प्रण कर पाठ करें मन लाई। अल्प-मृत्यु ग्रह दोष नसाई।।आवृत ग्यारह प्रतिदिन जापै। ताकी छांह काल नहिं चापै।।दै गूगुल की धूप हमेशा। करै पाठ तन मिटै कलेषा।।यह बजरंग बाण जेहि मारे। ताहि कहौ फिर कौन उबारे।।शत्रु समूह मिटै सब आपै। देखत ताहि सुरासुर कांपै।।तेज प्रताप बुद्धि अधिकाई। रहै सदा कपिराज सहाई।। दोहाप्रेम प्रतीतिहिं कपि भजै। सदा धरैं उर ध्यान।।तेहि के कारज तुरत ही, सिद्ध करैं हनुमान।। हनुमान चालीसा मंत्र को पढ़ने के लिए यहाँ क्लिक करें. बजरंग बाण मंत्र जाप के फायदे. बजरंग बाण मंत्र, हिन्दू धर्म में प्रमुख मंत्रों में से एक है और इसे भगवान हनुमान को समर्पित किया जाता है। बजरंग बाण मंत्र का उच्चारण और इसके अनुष्ठान करने के कई फायदे मान्यता प्राप्त हैं, जो निम्नलिखित हैं: राम रक्षा स्तोत्र को पढ़ने के लिए यहाँ क्लिक करें संकट और कष्ट से मुक्ति: बजरंग बाण मंत्र का उच्चारण करने से व्यक्ति को असाध्य और अद्भुत संकटों और कष्टों से मुक्ति मिलती है। यह मंत्र बजरंगबली की कृपा को प्राप्त करने में सहायता करता है और समस्याओं को हल करने में सक्षम बनाता है। सुरक्षा और संरक्षण: बजरंग बाण मंत्र का पाठ करने से व्यक्ति को सुरक्षा और संरक्षण की प्राप्ति होती है। यह मंत्र भगवान हनुमान की शक्ति और सामर्थ्य को प्राप्त करने में मदद करता है और उसे भय और आपत्तियों से बचाता है। मानसिक और शारीरिक शक्ति: बजरंग बाण मंत्र का जाप करने से व्यक्ति की मानसिक और शारीरिक शक्ति में वृद्धि होती है। यह मंत्र उसके मन को शांत, स्थिर और उदार बनाता है और उसे स्वस्थ और ऊर्जावान बनाता है। धार्मिक उद्दीपना: बजरंग बाण मंत्र का उच्चारण करने से धार्मिक उद्दीपना होती है। यह मंत्र व्यक्ति को धर्म के मार्ग पर चलने के लिए प्रेरित करता है और उसे भगवान के साथ संपर्क में लाता है। मनोकामना पूर्ति: बजरंग बाण मंत्र का जाप करने से मनोकामनाएं पूर्ण होती हैं। यह मंत्र व्यक्ति की इच्छाओं को सिद्ध करने में सहायता करता है और उसे सफलता की प्राप्ति में मदद करता है। कब करें इस मंत्र का जाप. यदि आप बजरंग बाण मंत्र का जाप करना चाहते हैं, तो सुनिश्चित करें कि आप इसे सही रूप से पढ़ें और नियमित रूप से अभ्यास करें। आप इस मंत्र का जाप विशेष अवसरों पर कर सकते हैं, जैसे कि बजरंग जयंती, मंगलवार, शनिवार, या अपनी इच्छा अनुसार। ध्यान रखें कि मंत्रों का उपयोग किसी भी निश्चित समय या अवस्था में नहीं किया जाना चाहिए और यह सर्वदा सत्य और पवित्रता के साथ प्रयोग करना चाहिए। Please 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श्रीकृष्ण वासुदेव मन्त्र (Shree krishnaya vasudevaya Mantra)May 20, 2023Chalisaॐ कृष्णाय वासुदेवाय हरये परमात्मने॥प्रणत: क्लेशनाशाय गोविंदाय नमो नम:॥ मंत्र जाप के फायदे. यह मंत्र भगवान कृष्ण का एक चमत्कारी मंत्र है इसका जाप करने से भक्तों के सभी कष्ट और परेशानियां दूर हो जाति है। इस मंत्र को सच्चे मन से 108 बार जाप करने से सभी परेसानी और संकट दूर हो जाते हैं. कब करें इस मंत्र का जाप. इस मंत्र का जाप आप सुबह शाम पूजा के समाये कर सकते हैं और अगर आप यदि सुबह ब्रह्मा इसका जाप करें तो बहुत ही अच्छा होगा. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
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श्री राम रक्षा स्तोत्रम् (Shri Ram Raksha Stotram)May 18, 2023Chalisaविनियोग:अस्य श्रीरामरक्षास्त्रोतमन्त्रस्य बुधकौशिक ऋषिः ।श्री सीतारामचंद्रो देवता ।अनुष्टुप छंदः। सीता शक्तिः ।श्रीमान हनुमान कीलकम ।श्री सीतारामचंद्रप्रीत्यर्थे रामरक्षास्त्रोतजपे विनियोगः । अथ ध्यानम्‌:ध्यायेदाजानुबाहुं धृतशरधनुषं बद्धपदमासनस्थं,पीतं वासो वसानं नवकमल दल स्पर्धिनेत्रम् प्रसन्नम ।वामांकारूढ़ सीता मुखकमलमिलल्लोचनम्नी,रदाभम् नानालंकारदीप्तं दधतमुरुजटामण्डलम् रामचंद्रम ॥ राम रक्षा स्तोत्रम्:चरितं रघुनाथस्य शतकोटि प्रविस्तरम् ।एकैकमक्षरं पुंसां महापातकनाशनम् ॥1॥ ध्यात्वा नीलोत्पलश्यामं रामं राजीवलोचनम् ।जानकीलक्ष्मणोपेतं जटामुकुटमण्डितं ॥2॥ सासितूणधनुर्बाणपाणिं नक्तंचरान्तकम् ।स्वलीलया जगत्त्रातुमाविर्भूतमजं विभुम् ॥3॥ रामरक्षां पठेत प्राज्ञः पापघ्नीं सर्वकामदाम् ।शिरो मे राघवः पातु भालं दशरथात्मजः ॥4॥ कौसल्येयो दृशो पातु विश्वामित्रप्रियः श्रुति ।घ्राणं पातु मखत्राता मुखं सौमित्रिवत्सलः ॥5॥ जिह्वां विद्यानिधिः पातु कण्ठं भरतवन्दितः ।स्कन्धौ दिव्यायुधः पातु भुजौ भग्नेशकार्मुकः ॥6॥ करौ सीतापतिः पातु हृदयं जामदग्न्यजित ।मध्यं पातु खरध्वंसी नाभिं जाम्बवदाश्रयः ॥7॥ सुग्रीवेशः कटी पातु सक्थिनी हनुमत्प्रभुः ।उरु रघूत्तमः पातु रक्षःकुलविनाशकृताः ॥8॥ जानुनी सेतुकृत पातु जंघे दशमुखांतकः ।पादौ विभीषणश्रीदः पातु रामअखिलं वपुः ॥9॥ एतां रामबलोपेतां रक्षां यः सुकृति पठेत ।स चिरायुः सुखी पुत्री विजयी विनयी भवेत् ॥10॥ पातालभूतल व्योम चारिणश्छद्मचारिणः ।न द्रष्टुमपि शक्तास्ते रक्षितं रामनामभिः ॥11॥ रामेति रामभद्रेति रामचंद्रेति वा स्मरन ।नरौ न लिप्यते पापैर्भुक्तिं मुक्तिं च विन्दति ॥12॥ जगज्जैत्रैकमन्त्रेण रामनाम्नाभिरक्षितम् ।यः कण्ठे धारयेत्तस्य करस्थाः सर्वसिद्धयः ॥13॥ वज्रपञ्जरनामेदं यो रामकवचं स्मरेत ।अव्याहताज्ञाः सर्वत्र लभते जयमंगलम् ॥14॥ आदिष्टवान् यथा स्वप्ने रामरक्षामिमां हरः ।तथा लिखितवान् प्रातः प्रबुद्धो बुधकौशिकः ॥15॥ आरामः कल्पवृक्षाणां विरामः सकलापदाम् ।अभिरामस्त्रिलोकानां रामः श्रीमान स नः प्रभुः ॥16॥ तरुणौ रूपसम्पन्नौ सुकुमारौ महाबलौ ।पुण्डरीकविशालाक्षौ चीरकृष्णाजिनाम्बरौ ॥17॥ फलमूलाशिनौ दान्तौ तापसौ ब्रह्मचारिणौ ।पुत्रौ दशरथस्यैतौ भ्रातरौ रामलक्ष्मणौ ॥18॥ शरण्यौ सर्वसत्वानां श्रेष्ठौ सर्वधनुष्मताम् ।रक्षःकुलनिहन्तारौ त्रायेतां नो रघूत्तमौ ॥19॥ आत्तसज्जधनुषाविषुस्पृशा वक्ष याशुगनिषङ्गसङ्गिनौ ।रक्षणाय मम रामलक्ष्मणावग्रतः पथि सदैव गच्छताम ॥20॥ सन्नद्धः कवची खड्गी चापबाणधरो युवा ।गच्छन् मनोरथान नश्च रामः पातु सलक्ष्मणः ॥21॥ रामो दाशरथी शूरो लक्ष्मणानुचरो बली ।काकुत्स्थः पुरुषः पूर्णः कौसल्येयो रघूत्तमः ॥22॥ वेदान्तवेद्यो यज्ञेशः पुराणपुरुषोत्तमः ।जानकीवल्लभः श्रीमानप्रमेयपराक्रमः ॥23॥ इत्येतानि जपन नित्यं मद्भक्तः श्रद्धयान्वितः ।अश्वमेधाधिकं पुण्यं सम्प्राप्नोति न संशयः ॥24॥ रामं दुर्वादलश्यामं पद्माक्षं पीतवाससम ।स्तुवन्ति नामभिर्दिव्यैर्न ते संसारिणो नरः ॥25॥ रामं लक्ष्मणपूर्वजं रघुवरं सीतापतिं सुन्दरं,काकुत्स्थं करुणार्णवं गुणनिधिं विप्रप्रियं धार्मिकम ।राजेन्द्रं सत्यसंधं दशरथतनयं श्यामलं शांतमूर्तिं,वन्दे लोकाभिरामं रघुकुलतिलकं राघवं रावणारिम ॥26॥ रामाय रामभद्राय रामचंद्राय वेधसे ।रघुनाथाय नाथाय सीतायाः पतये नमः ॥27॥ श्रीराम राम रघुनन्दनराम राम,श्रीराम राम भरताग्रज राम राम ।श्रीराम राम रणकर्कश राम राम,श्रीराम राम शरणं भव राम राम ॥28॥ श्रीराम चन्द्रचरणौ मनसा स्मरामि,श्रीराम चंद्रचरणौ वचसा गृणामि ।श्रीराम चन्द्रचरणौ शिरसा नमामि,श्रीराम चन्द्रचरणौ शरणं प्रपद्ये ॥29॥ माता रामो मत्पिता रामचन्द्रः स्वामी,रामो मत्सखा रामचन्द्रः ।सर्वस्वं मे रामचन्द्रो दयालुर्नान्यं,जाने नैव जाने न जाने ॥30॥ दक्षिणे लक्ष्मणो यस्य वामे च जनकात्मज ।पुरतो मारुतिर्यस्य तं वन्दे रघुनन्दनम् ॥31॥ लोकाभिरामं रणरंगधीरं राजीवनेत्रं रघुवंशनाथं ।कारुण्यरूपं करुणाकरं तं श्रीरामचन्द्रं शरणं प्रपद्ये ॥32॥ मनोजवं मारुततुल्यवेगं जितेन्द्रियं बुद्धिमतां वरिष्ठम ।वातात्मजं वानरयूथमुख्यं श्रीराम दूतं शरणं प्रपद्ये ॥33॥ कूजन्तं रामरामेति मधुरं मधुराक्षरम ।आरुह्य कविताशाखां वन्दे वाल्मीकिकोकिलम ॥34॥ आपदामपहर्तारं दातारं सर्वसम्पदाम् ।लोकाभिरामं श्रीरामं भूयो भूयो नमाम्यहम् ॥35॥ भर्जनं भवबीजानामर्जनं सुखसम्पदाम् ।तर्जनं यमदूतानां रामरामेति गर्जनम् ॥36॥ रामो राजमणिः सदा विजयते,रामं रमेशं भजे रामेणाभिहता,निशाचरचमू रामाय तस्मै नमः ।रामान्नास्ति परायणं परतरं,रामस्य दासोस्म्यहं रामे चित्तलयः,सदा भवतु मे भो राम मामुद्धराः ॥37॥ राम रामेति रामेति रमे रामे मनोरमे ।सहस्त्रनाम तत्तुल्यं रामनाम वरानने ॥38॥ Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
श्री राम रक्षा स्तोत्रम् (Shri Ram Raksha Stotram)
शिव तांडव स्तोत्र (Shiv Tandav Stotra)May 18, 2023Chalisaजटा टवी गलज्जलप्रवाह पावितस्थले गलेऽव लम्ब्यलम्बितां भुजंगतुंग मालिकाम्‌।डमड्डमड्डमड्डमन्निनाद वड्डमर्वयं चकारचण्डताण्डवं तनोतु नः शिव: शिवम्‌ ॥१॥ जटाकटा हसंभ्रम भ्रमन्निलिंपनिर्झरी विलोलवीचिवल्लरी विराजमानमूर्धनि।धगद्धगद्धगज्ज्वल ल्ललाटपट्टपावके किशोरचंद्रशेखरे रतिः प्रतिक्षणं मम: ॥२॥ धराधरेंद्रनंदिनी विलासबन्धुबन्धुर स्फुरद्दिगंतसंतति प्रमोद मानमानसे।कृपाकटाक्षधोरणी निरुद्धदुर्धरापदि क्वचिद्विगम्बरे मनोविनोदमेतु वस्तुनि ॥३॥ जटाभुजंगपिंगल स्फुरत्फणामणिप्रभा कदंबकुंकुमद्रव प्रलिप्तदिग्व धूमुखे।मदांधसिंधु रस्फुरत्वगुत्तरीयमेदुरे मनोविनोदद्भुतं बिंभर्तुभूत भर्तरि ॥४॥ सहस्रलोचन प्रभृत्यशेषलेखशेखर प्रसूनधूलिधोरणी विधूसरां घ्रिपीठभूः।भुजंगराजमालया निबद्धजाटजूटकः श्रियैचिरायजायतां चकोरबंधुशेखरः ॥५॥ ललाटचत्वरज्वल द्धनंजयस्फुलिंगभा निपीतपंच सायकंनम न्निलिंपनायकम्‌।सुधामयूखलेखया विराजमानशेखरं महाकपालिसंपदे शिरोजटालमस्तुनः ॥६॥ करालभालपट्टिका धगद्धगद्धगज्ज्वल द्धनंजया धरीकृतप्रचंड पंचसायके।धराधरेंद्रनंदिनी कुचाग्रचित्रपत्र कप्रकल्पनैकशिल्पिनी त्रिलोचनेरतिर्मम ॥७॥ नवीनमेघमंडली निरुद्धदुर्धरस्फुर त्कुहुनिशीथनीतमः प्रबद्धबद्धकन्धरः।निलिम्पनिर्झरीधरस्तनोतु कृत्तिसिंधुरः कलानिधानबंधुरः श्रियं जगंद्धुरंधरः ॥८॥ प्रफुल्लनीलपंकज प्रपंचकालिमप्रभा विडंबि कंठकंध रारुचि प्रबंधकंधरम्‌।स्मरच्छिदं पुरच्छिंद भवच्छिदं मखच्छिदं गजच्छिदांधकच्छिदं तमंतकच्छिदं भजे ॥९॥ अखर्वसर्वमंगला कलाकदम्बमंजरी रसप्रवाह माधुरी विजृंभणा मधुव्रतम्‌।स्मरांतकं पुरातकं भावंतकं मखांतकं गजांतकांधकांतकं तमंतकांतकं भजे ॥१०॥ जयत्वदभ्रविभ्रम भ्रमद्भुजंगमस्फुरद्ध गद्धगद्विनिर्गमत्कराल भाल हव्यवाट्।धिमिद्धिमिद्धि मिध्वनन्मृदंग तुंगमंगलध्वनिक्रमप्रवर्तित: प्रचण्ड ताण्डवः शिवः ॥११॥ दृषद्विचित्रतल्पयो र्भुजंगमौक्तिकमस्र जोर्गरिष्ठरत्नलोष्ठयोः सुहृद्विपक्षपक्षयोः।तृणारविंदचक्षुषोः प्रजामहीमहेन्द्रयोः समं प्रवर्तयन्मनः कदा सदाशिवं भजे ॥१२॥ कदा निलिंपनिर्झरी निकुंजकोटरे वसन्‌ विमुक्तदुर्मतिः सदा शिरःस्थमंजलिं वहन्‌।विमुक्तलोललोचनो ललामभाललग्नकः शिवेति मंत्रमुच्चरन्‌ कदा सुखी भवाम्यहम्‌ ॥१३॥ निलिम्प नाथनागरी कदम्ब मौलमल्लिका-निगुम्फनिर्भक्षरन्म धूष्णिकामनोहरः ।तनोतु नो मनोमुदं विनोदिनींमहनिशं परिश्रय परं पदं तदंगजत्विषां चयः ॥14॥ प्रचण्ड वाडवानल प्रभाशुभप्रचारणी महाष्टसिद्धिकामिनी जनावहूत जल्पना ।विमुक्त वाम लोचनो विवाहकालिकध्वनिः शिवेति मन्त्रभूषगो जगज्जयाय जायताम्‌ ॥15॥ इमं हि नित्यमेव मुक्तमुक्तमोत्तम स्तवं पठन्स्मरन्‌ ब्रुवन्नरो विशुद्धमेति संततम्‌।हरे गुरौ सुभक्तिमाशु याति नांयथा गतिं विमोहनं हि देहना तु शंकरस्य चिंतनम ॥16॥ पूजाऽवसानसमये दशवक्रत्रगीतं यः शम्भूपूजनमिदं पठति प्रदोषे ।तस्य स्थिरां रथगजेंद्रतुरंगयुक्तां लक्ष्मी सदैव सुमुखीं प्रददाति शम्भुः ॥17॥ ॥ इति शिव तांडव स्तोत्रं संपूर्णम्‌॥ Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
शिव तांडव स्तोत्र (Shiv Tandav Stotra)
Qila Rai Pithora DelhiMarch 5, 2023Tourist placesDelhi is such a city in India that it was the center of power and governance since ancient times. Delhi was ruled by many kings and foreign rulers. Some rulers came here with the intention of robbery and went away after looting valuables from there. And some ruler came here and after seeing the beauty of this place and the smart city, he started ruling here and changed the rule of the kingdom according to his own opinion. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. Some of these rulers had also built their own cities. From ancient times till now 7 major cities have been built and among them, the first and main city which is known as Qila Rai Pithora is going to tell you about it. Qila Rai Pithora was the first city of Delhi and this city was very prosperous and secure. This city was established by Anagpal, the ruler of the Tomar dynasty. At that time this city was known as Lal Kot. Click here to know about Agrasen Ki Baoli. Rule of the Chauhan dynasty After a few years, the Tomar dynasty was defeated by the Chauhan dynasty, and Lal Kot was taken into its possession. Later this fort was expanded by the great emperor Prithviraj Chauhan of the Chauhan dynasty. Prithviraj Chauhan built the fort, fort, and monument here. Prithviraj Chauhan was also known as Raipithora. That is why this fort is known as Qila Rai Pithora. Qila Rai Pithora was a flourishing city but over time many parts of this fort were changed due to invasions by invaders and after Prithviraj Chauhan’s defeat by Muhammad Ghori in 1192 when Delhi was ruled by the Muslim Sasans. Click for information about Uttara Swami Malai Temple. Today this fort some parts of this city have become dilapidated and destroyed, and some parts have remained and are being conserved. Parts of the wall and fort of this city are still found in Maroli, Saket, and Vansh Kunj areas. Click here to know about Tughlaqabad Fort Delhi. Why is it called Qila Rai Pithora? The expansion and construction of Qila Rai Pithora were under Prithviraj Chauhan. Prithviraj Chauhan is also known as Raipithora. Due to the development and construction by Prithviraj Chauhan, it got recognition as Qila Raipithora and it is called Qila Raipithora. Click to know about Yogmaya Temple Delhi. History of Qila Rai Pithora Ancient Delhi was ruled by the Tomar dynasty around the 12th century. During the Tomar dynasty, Delhi was also known as Lalkot. Later Tomar dynasty was defeated by the Chauhan dynasty and the rule of the Chauhan dynasty was established in Delhi. Chouhan Rajvansh expanded the city a lot during his reign. King Prithviraj Chouhan is the most powerful and brave king of the dynasty. Prithviraj Chauhan had expanded this fort a lot. He had built many bastions, forts, and huge walls. Prithviraj Chauhan was known as Rai Pithora, hence the name of this fort was also named Qila Rai Pithora. Click here for complete information about National Zoological Park Delhi. Later in 1192, Prithviraj Chauhan was defeated by Mohammad Ghori in the Battle of Tarayan and Delhi was occupied by the Muslim Empire. Mohammad Ghori had given his kingdom of India to Qutbuddin Aibak who was his servant. In this way, the rule of the slave dynasty started in Delhi and Qutubuddin Aibak was the first king of the slave dynasty. Click for Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple details. Interesting facts about Qila Rai Pithora Qila Rai Pithora is also known as Lal Kot. Qila Rai Pithora is the prosperous first city of Delhi. This fort was built and expanded by the Chauhan king Prithviraj. This fort was won by the Chauhan dynasty from the Tomato dynasty. In ancient times this city was also known as Yoginipur. Click here to know about the Nishat Garden of Srinagar. Address and a google map of Qila Rai Pithora Address: 1, Press Enclave Marg, Kutub Golf Course, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110017 Click here to know about the Roopnath Temple of Madhya Pradesh. Images of Qila Rai Pithora Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Other Tourist Places near Qila Rai Pithora Delhi Malai Temple Delhi Qutub Minar Garden Of Five Senses Bhool Bhulaiya Mehrauli Archaeological Park Jahaz Mahal Alai Minar Darya Khan Tomb Rajon Ki Baoli Zafar Mahal Sanjay Van Lake Jamali Kamali Tomb Iltutmishs Tomb Tomb of Balban Muhammad Quli Khan Tomb Tomb of Azim Khan Tomb of Adham Khan AllaudinS Tomb and Madrasa Tomb of Imam Zamin Bade Mandir Lal Mahal Hauz I Shamsi Chattarpur Mandir Click for information about Kankali Devi Temple Tigwa. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
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Tughluqabad Fort DelhiMarch 5, 2023Tourist placesTughluqabad fort Delhi was an ancient fort of the city of Delhi and the third largest inhabited city of Delhi. Tughlaqabad is the third city among the historical cities of Delhi City, which was built by Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq, the founder of the Tughlaq dynasty. This fort is spread over a vast area, it can also be estimated from the fact that it is built in an area of 6 km. There are huge high walls in this fort, and many bastions and small palaces were also built, but today this fort is in a dilapidated condition, all parts of which are broken and in very bad condition. Despite being in such a bad condition, it shows the beauty and art of the Tughlaq dynasty and Islamic culture and sally in a very brilliant color. Click for information about India Gate. Tughluqabad Qila in Delhi is a mausoleum like this one, which is in a safe condition and is also very beautiful to look at. There are 3 Samadhi inside this mausoleum. Gayasuddin Tughlaq and his son and wife are buried in these tombs. Tughluqabad Delhi is also a historical fort and a famous tourist place, if you love history and like to see old forts and buildings, you must go here. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. History of Tughluqabad Fort Tughlakabad Fort Delhi The fort of Tughlaqabad was built by Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq in 1321 AD. He got this fort done to avoid the Mongol invaders. The construction work of this fort went on for about 4 years and its construction was completed in 1325 AD. The construction work of this fort was done in a rocky area. This whole area is surrounded by forests and stones. Click here to know about Delhi Handcrafted Bazaar Dilli Haat. It is also said that Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq, whose real name is Ghazi Malik, was formerly a feudatory of the Khilji rulers. Gasuddin always had the desire to build a city of his own in Delhi and build a huge fort. A time also came when he started his own rule by defeating the Khilji rulers from Delhi and laid the foundation of the Tughlaq dynasty. After taking over Delhi, Ghiyasuddin started the work of this fort in 1321 and its construction was completed in 1325. This was the fort of his dreams. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. But this fort did not remain unoccupied for long, as it is said that this fort was cursed by a Muslim Sufi saint. It is said that this fort was abandoned after 15 years of its construction and it remained deserted and empty. Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. Along with this fort, Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq also constructed Tukhlaq Road, which is today known as Mehroli Badarpur Road. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. The architecture of Tughlaqabad Fort Tughlakabad Fort New Delhi However, today the qila of Tughlaqabad is very dilapidated condition and struggling to stay standing., If you look at its modern form, This is a huge fort that is spread over an area of ​​6 km. This huge fort and its construction reflect the Islamic art style and its unique advanced art and architecture. Even today some parts of this fort are left after being dilapidated, which are standing on this land. Click here to know about Agrasen Ki Baoli. The walls spread around this fort and their sloping parts covered with dust show the awesomeness of this fort. The height of these massive walls ranges from 10 to 15 meters, which is as high as a 2-story building. During its construction, there were 52 gates in this fort for a few years, but now only 13 gates are left here. Click for information about Uttara Swami Malai Temple. Every kind of comfort and sanity was present in this city. Here there was a market, water tanks, and a separate place for the people of the Tughlaq dynasty to stay. There were also many underground rooms here, whose remains are still present today. Big bastions were also built here, from which monitoring was done and the enemy could be attacked with cannons. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. The construction of Tughlaqabad and its architecture can be understood in this way. Tughlakabad Ka qila Here the highest point of the citadel built with the tower is called Bijai Mandal. All the urban areas here were built with a rectangular grid. The lower part of the tower here, which was called Asana Mahal, was built for the royal and dynasty people of the palace. The dilapidated parts of this palace are still present today. Click to know about Yogmaya Temple Delhi. This fort and city could never be settled because of the curse. Tughlakabad Ka Old Fort It is believed that the Tughlaqabad fort of Delhi has not been used to date because it was cursed by a famous Sufi Fakir Saint Nizamuddin Olia. According to the people, Gayasuddin Tughlak wanted to build his new fort of Tughlaqabad and was so excited that he ordered that all the workers of Delhi would only work in the construction of the fort. Click here for complete information about National Zoological Park Delhi. At the same time, Muslim Sufi saint Nizamuddin Olia was getting his well constructed but all the laborers were engaged in the construction of the fort due to which the work of his well was stopped. Due to the stoppage of the work of the well, the saint became very angry and in anger, he cursed that this fort would never be inhabited. He said ‘Hanoj Delhi door Ast’ or ‘Delhi is far away. He said that this city of Delhi will never be able to settle down and only the natives of this place will remain here and Gujjars will rule here. Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Today the fort of Tughlaqabad is in a dilapidated condition. Gayasuddin Dynasty New Delhi This heritage of the Tughlaq dynasty, which shows the pride and affection of the advanced city of that time, is passing through a very bad condition today. Now this fort and many of its parts are almost destroyed and in the coming few years it will probably be destroyed completely. They need proper maintenance and care. Some parts of it have been preserved but some parts where wild shrubs and trees have taken over. Tughlakabad village is also situated inside this fort. A part of the south is still alive today where a mausoleum and a garden have been built, in this mausoleum Gayasuddin and his son and wife are buried. Click here to know about Delhi Handcrafted Bazaar Dilli Haat. Interesting facts about Tughluqabad Fort. Delhi Tughlakabad Fort This fort is believed to be haunted. Many people have felt the presence of negative energy and powers here. Famous Sufi saint Nijjamudin Olia had cursed this fort that this fort and its city would never be settled. Huge and grand stairs were built at this fort entrance so that one could enter this fort with elephants. At the time of construction, 52 entrances were made in this fort, but now only 13 entrances are left in it. Earlier many water tanks were present here but now there are only 7 water tanks. The construction of this fort was completed in 4 years but it was abandoned only after 10 years of its construction. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. Things to keep in mind while visiting Tughluqabad. There is no good food shop near Tughlaqabad fort, so if you are going here, bring your food and drink from home. Monkeys are found here in large numbers, so keep your belongings carefully. Monkeys can run away with your belongings. This fort and its area are very big, that’s why there are always rogues and thieves roaming here, so you should come here with complete preparation and safety. Keep your purse and mobile, camera carefully. If you come here in the summer season, then definitely bring a water bottle and cap with you. This fort is built in a rocky and thorny area, so come here wearing sturdy shoes. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Timing of Tughluqabad Fort Delhi Tughlakabad Fort remains open for the general public from 7 am to 5 pm. Click for Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple details. Entry Fee of Tughluqabad Fort Delhi For Indian tourists: Rs 20 per personRs 200 for foreign touristsWhile there is no entry fee for children below 15 years. Click to know about the beautiful Park (Garden) of Katni Madhya Praadesh. Best time to visit Tughluqabad fort Delhi. By the way, you can visit Tughlaqabad Fort on any day of the year. But if we talk about the best, then November to February is the best time. The weather here is cool and pleasant during this time. The rest of the time, there is a lot of summer and rainy season here. Click here to know about the beautiful temples of Khajuraho. How to reach Tughluqabad Fort? By Air: If you want to come to Tughluqabad fort by air, then Indira Gandhi International Airport here is the best and it is connected to all the cities of India. Tughluqabad fort is 18.5 km away from the airport. You can easily reach here by taking a taxi from the airport. Click here to know about the Nishat Garden of Srinagar. By Train: There are 2 famous railway stations to reach Tughluqabad fort by train, the first is the new Delhi railway station and the second is the Nizamuddin railway station both of these stations are from every city in India. The distance between New Delhi station and Tughluqabad fort is 19.2 km, whereas from Nizamuddin it is only 13.3 km. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. By Bus: If you want to come to Tughluqabad fort by Bus or Road, then you can come. Delhi City is well connected by road all over India. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Address and a google map of Tughlakabad Fort Address: Tughlaqabad Fort, Tughlakabad, New Delhi, Delhi 110044. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Images of Tughluqabad Fort Delhi. Click here to know about the Roopnath Temple of Madhya Pradesh. Other tourist places in Delhi If you have come to Delhi to see Tughluqabad Fort, then definitely see Delhi in Places. Red Fort Lotus Temple Akshardham Temple Kalka ji temple, Delhi Humayun Tomb Rashtrapati Bhavan Garden of Five Senses Qutub Minar Jama Masjid National Museum Connaught Place shopping Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Ji Lodhi Garden Jantar Mantar Dilli haat INA Shri Laxmi Narayan Temple (Birla Mandir) National Gallery of Modern Art Safdarjung Tomb National Zoological Park Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum ISKCON Temple Delhi-Glory Of India & Vedic Cultural Centre, New Delhi Deer Park Shree Adya Katyayani Shaktipeeth Mandir Waste to Wonder Theme Park Shree Hanuman Temple Adham Khan’s Tomb Amar Jawan Jyoti Sultanpur National Park Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
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Dakshin Delhi Kalibari TempleJanuary 28, 2023Tourist placesDakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple is an ancient temple dedicated to the Hindu Goddess Lord Kali. This temple of Goddess Kali is situated at the foot of the hill of Malai Mandir in Ram Krishna Puram, Delhi. This temple is a temple built in Bengali style, the architecture, and design of the temple all reflect the Bengali civilization. Click here to know the history of Madan Mahal Fort. History of Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple The idea of establishing Kalibari came in 1967 at an informal meeting of some members of the Falguni Sangha Club of Sector 7, Ramakrishna Puram. The club organized Durga Puja in an open ground in the same year. The puja went well, but there was little extra money to start the construction of Kalibari. The members were intrepid and the search for a site was on. One winter morning, a pioneer swami came upon land at the foot of Malai hill and realized that the undulating land, slightly above ground level, but not too high, could be an ideal place for Kali to reside. The Welfare Association of Sector 7, Ramakrishna Puram wholeheartedly supported the idea. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. A temporary temple was constructed amid heavy rains on Saturday, 13 July 1968, and the idol donated by Mrs. Purnima Gupta was installed on the same day and the organizers started worshiping regularly. This small image is now preserved in the permanent temple as Adi Devi. An Ad-hoc Committee for Kalibari Association was constituted in July 1968. The wall worship of the temple was done on 20 July 1983. The foundation stone was laid by Swami Ranganathananda, Vice President of the Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, on 7 November 1983 in the presence of Shri Pranab Mukherjee and several other distinguished guests. This marked the beginning of the most active phase in the history of Kalibari. On the “Snan Yatra” date of Lord Jagannath, i.e. Thursday, 11 June 1987, the south Delhi Kalibari temple was consecrated with the installation of the twin idol of Goddess Makali, Lord Shiva, and Radha Krishna. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. The South Delhi Kalibari Trust The South Delhi Kalibari Trust was first formed in 1991 with Mr. Pranab Mukherjee, Mr. S. Bose Mullick, Mr. S. Samaddar, and Mr. Manas Dutta as members of the trust. The temple complex approved by the Urban Art Commission etc. includes the main temple including a discourse hall, pilgrimage shelter, library, dispensary, Durga Bedi, open-air theater, etc. Due to the paucity of funds only the development work of the first phase of the building for the temple along with the discourse hall and pilgrimage shelter has been completed. After depositing a sufficient amount, the work of the second phase will start. Click for information about Mata Sharda Temple of Jabalpur Madan Mahal. Festivals celebrated in South Kalibari Lord Shiva Temple in Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Mandir Many festivals and events are organized in Kalibari Mandi on time which is as follows. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. General Events Nabo Barsho Rakhi Purnima Janmashtami Durga Puja Lakshmi Puja Kali Puja Bhai Phota Jagaddhatri Puja Saraswati Puja Maha Shivratri Dol Jatra Bengali Events Poila Baishakh (Nabo Basrho) Murti Pratistha Divas (Snan Jatra) Rath Yatra Rakhi Purnima Janmashtami Mahalaya Panchami Shashthi Saptami Maha Ashtami Maha Nabami Dashami Lakshmi Puja Kali Puja Bhai Phonta Jagaddhatri Puja Saraswati Puja Dol Jatra Basanti Puja Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Timing of Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple 1st April – 30th September Morning:  6:00 AM – 12:20 PMEvening:  5:30 PM – 9:30 PM 1st October – 31st March Morning:  6:30 AM – 1:00 PMEvening:  4:30 PM – 9:00 PM Click here for History of Taj Mahal Aarti Timing in Kalibar temple 1st April – 30th September Mangal Aarti: 6:00 AMSandhya Aarti: 7:30 PM 1st October – 31st March Mangal Aarti: 6:30 AMSandhya Aarti: 7:00 PM Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. Nearest Metro Station for Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple Munrika Metro Station is the nearest metro station to South Delhi Kalibari. Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. How to reach Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple By Air: Indira Gandhi International Airport is the nearest airport to Delhi for Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple. The distance from the temple to the airport is 4.8 km. You can also take a private taxi or your own vehicle to reach the temple from the airport. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. By Train: There are 2 famous railway stations to reach Dakshin Delhi Kalibari temple by train, the first is the new Delhi railway station and the second is the Nizamuddin railway station both of these stations are from every city in India. The distance between New Delhi station and Dakshin Delhi Kalibari temple is 13 km, whereas from Nizamuddin it is only 13.8 km. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Address and Google map of Dakshin Delhi Kalibari temple Address: Palam Marg, Sector 7, Rama Krishna Puram, New Delhi, Delhi 110022 Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Images of Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple Click for Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple details. 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Uttara Swami Malai Temple DelhiJanuary 28, 2023Tourist placesUttara Swami Malai Temple, also known as Malai Temple, located in RK Puram Sector 7 on Palam Road, Delhi, is a temple of South Indian civilization. This temple is dedicated to Lord Swaminath who is worshiped by the people of South India. He is also worshiped by the names of Murugan and Murugan Swami and Swaminath. This temple mainly displays South Indian civilization and culture. This temple is built according to the Chola style. All Hindu devotees come here but most people from Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada communities come for worship. Click here to know about Agrasen Ki Baoli. Why is this temple called Malai Temple? Malai Temple Delhi, India As we told you that Uttara Swamy Temple is also called Malai Temple and in the Tamil language the word Malai means hill. But those who don’t have the knowledge of Tamil language, think that in this temple, the Lord will be offered the food of Malai (Cream), or the Prasad of Malai (Cream) will be distributed so that the Malai temple is used. Due to being built on a hill, this temple is called Malai Temple. It is the tradition of Murugan temples to build a temple on a hill. All the temples of Lord Murugan are built on the mountain. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. History of Uttara Swami Malai Temple. Uttara Swami Malai Temple, Delhi The beginning of construction of the Uttara Swami Malai temple was done on 8 September 1965 by Shri Meenjor Bhaktavastaslam in a meeting organized under the leadership of Indian Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Sastri. Shri Meenjor Bhaktavastaslam the chief minister of Tamil Nadu. The main gate of the temple was established and consecrated on 7 June 1973. After this Shilp Kala Mandapam was established here on 18 September 1983. Apart from Lord Uttara Swami, the temples of Lord Karpaga Vinayak, Sri Sundeshwara, and Goddess Meenakshi were also constructed here. The temple of Navagraha deities and Adi Shankara Charya Hall have also been established here. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Interesting facts about Uttara Swami Malai Temple. Uttar Swami Malai Temple is built on a hill, hence it is also called Malai Temple. Malai means hill in the Tamil language. This temple is dedicated to Lord Swaminath who is also known as Murugan. This entire temple is made of granite stones, even the idol of the God here is to be made of black granite stones. The architecture of the temple is that of South Indian Chola Saili. The foundation stone of this temple was laid by Sri Meenjor Bhaktavastasalam. Click here for complete information about India Gate. How to reach Uttara Swami Malai temple By Air: Indira Gandhi International Airport is the nearest airport to Delhi for Uttara Swami Malai Temple. The distance from the temple to the airport is 4.8 km. You can also take a private taxi or your own vehicle to reach the temple from the airport. Click here to know about the Nishat Garden of Srinagar. By Train: There are 2 famous railway stations to reach Malai temple by train, the first is the new Delhi railway station and the second is the Nizamuddin railway station both of these stations are from every city in India. The distance between New Delhi station and Malai temple is 13 km, whereas from Nizamuddin it is only 13.8 km. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. By Bus: If you want to come to Uttara Swami Malai Temple by Bus or Road, then you can come. Delhi City is well connected by road all over India. Click here to know about the holy temple of Mata Vaishno Devi. Timing of Uttara Swami Malai temple. Summer (1 March – 31 October): 6.30 AM – 12.00 PM, 5.00 – 9.00 PM.Winter (1 November – 28 February): 7.00 AM – 12.00 PM, 5.00 – 9.00 PM. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. Aartis and Pujas are performed in Malai Temple. 8:18 AM: Shree Vinayakar Abhishekam 8:30 AM: Shree Sundareswarar Abhishekam 8:45 AM: Shree Devi Meenakshi Abhishekam 9:00 AM: Shree Swaminatha Swami Abhishekam 10:00 AM: Shree Navagrahas Abhishekam 5:45 PM: Shree Vinayakar Abhishekam 6:00 PM: Shree Sundareswarar Abhishekam 6:15 PM: Shree Devi Meenakshi Abhishekam 6:30 PM: Shree Swaminatha Swami Abhishekam Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Address and Google Map of Uttara Swami Malai temple. Address: Palam Marg, Sector 7, Rama Krishna Puram, New Delhi, Delhi 110022 If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. Images of Uttara Swami Malai temple. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Other tourist places in Delhi If you have come to Delhi to see India Gate, then definitely see Delhi in Places. Red Fort Lotus Temple Akshardham Temple Kalka ji temple, Delhi Humayun Tomb Rashtrapati Bhavan Garden of Five Senses Qutub Minar Jama Masjid National Museum Connaught Place shopping Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Ji Lodhi Garden Jantar Mantar Dilli haat INA Shri Laxmi Narayan Temple (Birla Mandir) National Gallery of Modern Art Safdarjung Tomb National Zoological Park Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum ISKCON Temple Delhi-Glory Of India & Vedic Cultural Centre, New Delhi Deer Park Shree Adya Katyayani Shaktipeeth Mandir Waste to Wonder Theme Park Shree Hanuman Temple Adham Khan’s Tomb Amar Jawan Jyoti Sultanpur National Park Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
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Agrasen ki Baoli DelhiJanuary 28, 2023Tourist placesTalking about the places to visit in the city of Delhi, there are many places here that are perfect for visiting. We are going to tell you about such an ancient place. The place we are going to talk about today is Agrasen ki Baoli Delhi, it is located on Haley Road at Delhi’s Famous Connaught Place. It is also known as Ugrasen’s Baoli. Made of red sandstone this Baoli is said to be from the 14th century but many people also believe that it was built during the Mahabharata period. This is also a protected archaeological site. Despite being very old, this Baoli is still in good condition. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. It is believed that it was built by Maharaj Ugrasen, who was an ancestor of the Agrawal community. People come to Agrasen ki Baoli in their free time to visit, read books, and see the beauty of this magnificent Baoli. Agrasen Ki Baoli Delhi is as attractive and beautiful as it is surrounded by controversies, besides being beautiful, it is also called a haunted place. Click for information about India Gate. History of Agrasen’s Baoli, Delhi Agrasen ki Baoli Delhi The beginning of the construction of this Baoli is believed to be in the era of the 14th century, but if people believe, it was built in the Mahabharata period, which was built by Agrasen, the ancestor of the Agarwal community. Due to the lack of clear evidence and written historical information, its construction is unclear. Complete information about Kankali Devi Tigma Temple of Madhya Pradesh. It is believed that during the Mahabharata period, it was built by the Maharaja and ancestor of the Agrawal community, Agrasen. After that, in the 14th century, the people of the Agrawal community reconstructed and improved it. Seeing its architecture and design architecture, it is also linked to Lodhi and Tughlaq dynasties. The rulers of the Tughlaq and Lodi dynasties got it rebuilt during their rule. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. The architecture of Agrasen ki Baoli Agrasen ki Baoli Delhi The Baoli is made of red sandstones, the length of the Baoli is 60 meters and the height is 15 meters. Where all other Baolis of Delhi have been made circular, whereas Agrasen’s Baoli has been made Rectangular Shape. In its architecture, the ‘whale fish-like roof, four pillars combined pillar with ‘Chaitya Aakriti’s carving, and medal ornamentation used in the arc wing give it uniqueness. There are 105 steps to reach the top water level of this Baoli. As you enter under the Baoli, the heat subsides and you feel cool. Door-like shapes have been made on the left and right sides of this Baoli. On the west side is a mosque with three entrances. It is on a solid high platform with underground corridors on the sides. The architectural style also of the stepwell matches that of the later Tughlaq and Lodi periods (13th-16th AD). Click here to know about the Roopnath Temple of Madhya Pradesh. Why was this Baoli built? This Baoli was made for the women of that time to take baths and get relief from the heat. Here women used to bathe and spend moments of peace sitting together in the summer season and this Baoli was also used in the festival. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. It is also a haunted place Agrasen ki Baoli masjid Apart from being a Tourist place, Agrasen’s Baoli is counted among the Haunted places of Delhi and the country. As much as it is peaceful and relaxing to see the place from above, it is equally dangerous and intimidating when it goes down. As you go below this Baoli, it’s scary black water, and the negative energy below pulls you towards it. It is believed that many people have seen bad souls here and many times people have claimed to see the shadow of a ghost and the soul here. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. It is not known how true all these things are and how many lies. Its truth can be known only by research. Even after being a haunted place, people come here and have fun at this place. This Baoli is also famous for shooting films. The beauty and beautiful environment of this Baoli are so famous that even Bollywood is not untouched by it. Bollywood movies like PK, Jhoom Barabar Jhoom, etc have been shot here. Click here to know about Delhi Handcrafted Bazaar Dilli Haat. Interesting information about Agrasen ki Baoli. This Baoli was built during the period of Mahabharata and it was built by Agrasen, the ancestor of the Agrawal community. This Baoli was made in a Rectangular shape. Its construction was made to get coolness in the summer season and for bathing women. Red sandstone was used in its construction. Many films have also been shot here like PK, Jhoom Barabar Jhoom. Agrasen’s Baoli is in Connaught Place on Delhi Haley Road. This is one of the most haunted places in Delhi. There are 105 steps in this Baoli. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Timing of Agrasen ki Baoli 9 am–5:30 pm (All days) Click to know about the beautiful waterfalls of Jabalpur. Entry Fee There is no ticket fee to visit Agrasen Ki Baoli. It’s totally Free for people. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. How to reach Agrasen ki Baoli? By Air: If you want to come to Agrasen ki Baoli by air, then Indira Gandhi International Airport here is the best and it is connected to all the cities of India. Agrasen ki Baoli is 14 km away from the airport. You can easily reach here by taking a taxi from the airport. Click here to know about the Nishat Garden of Srinagar. By Train: There are 2 famous railway stations to reach Agrasen ki Baoli by train, the first is the new Delhi railway station and the second is the Nizamuddin railway station both of these stations are from every city in India. The distance between New Delhi station and Agrasen ki Baoli is 2.8 km, whereas from Nizamuddin it is only 7.1 km. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. By Bus: If you want to come to Agrasen ki Baoli by Bus or Road, then you can come. Delhi City is well connected by road all over India. Click here to know about the holy temple of Mata Vaishno Devi. Nearest metro station of Agrasen ki Baoli Delhi Barakhamba Metro Station is the nearest metro station for Agrasen ki Baoli. It’s 1KM away from Agrasen ki Baoli. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. Address and a google map of Agrasen ki Baoli Delhi Address: J6GG+C2F, Hailey Road, KG Marg, near Diwanchand Imaging Centre, New Delhi, Delhi 110001 Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. Images of Agrasen ki Baoli Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Other tourist places in Delhi If you have come to Delhi to see India Gate, then definitely see Delhi in Places. 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India Gate DelhiJanuary 28, 2023Tourist placesIndia Gate is a monument or mausoleum built in memory of Indian and British soldiers, which is located in the state of Delhi, India. This monument was built as a Commemoration to the memory of the soldiers who lost their lives in the First World War and the Afghan Wars. The height of this monument is 42 meters and the width is 9.1 meters. It was inaugurated by Lord Irwin, the Viceroy of India. this monument was designed by the architect Edwin Lutyens. It is one of the biggest graves of soldiers martyred in the First World War, along with it is also a famous tourist place. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. History of India Gate Delhi India Gate Delhi India Gate is a war memorial dedicated to Indian soldiers and was built during British rule. This monument was built by the British rulers for the 70,000 soldiers who lost their lives fighting in the First World War and the Afghan war. The credit for its construction goes to the Duke of Connaught, he laid the foundation stone of India Gate on 10 February 1921 and it was inaugurated on 12 February 1931. The Duke of Connaught was the 3rd son of Queen Victoria. The names of more than 13,516 Indian and British soldiers are written in this memorial. Red and yellow stones have been used to make this monument, which was brought from Bharatpur. Click here to know about Delhi Handcrafted Bazaar Dilli Haat. India Gate is similar to the Arch de Triomphe of France which is located in Paris. It is also a war memorial. At the top of the structure, the word INDIA is written and it is also adorned with an inscription of the Sun. The dates in Roman numerals are MCMXIV (1914 left) and MCMXIX (1919 right). Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. Amar Jawan Jyoti Beneath it, a war memorial was built after the independence of India, it was named Amar Jawan Jyoti. It was built in memory of the Indian soldiers who died in the 1971 India-Pakistan war. India Gate is the most visited tourist place in India and Delhi. Thousands of people from India and abroad come to Delhi daily to see it. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Interesting facts about India Gate Delhi Red and yellow stones have been used in India Gate, which was imported from Bharatpur. India Gate was designed by the architect Edwin Lutyens. It is 42 meters tall. India Gate looks somewhat like the Arch de Triomphe which is located in France. It was inaugurated by Viceroy Lord Irwin on 12 February 1931. The names of soldiers who lost their lives in the First World War and the Afghan War are inscribed on the walls of the memorial. The foundation stone of this monument was first laid by the Duke of Connaught on 10 February 1931. Another memorial named Amar Jawan Jyoti was added to this memorial in 1971 for the Indian soldiers who died in the Indo-Pakistani War. Here the flags of all three armies of India, the Army, Navy, and Air Force are hoisted. Click to know about the beautiful waterfalls of Jabalpur. Entry Fee Free (no-entry fee here). How to reach India Gate? By Air: If you want to come to India Gate by air, then Indira Gandhi International Airport here is the best and it is connected to all the cities of India. India Gate is 12.6 km away from the airport. You can easily reach here by taking a taxi from the airport. Click here to know about the Nishat Garden of Srinagar. By Train: There are 2 famous railway stations to reach India Gate by train, the first is the new Delhi railway station and the second is the Nizamuddin railway station both of these stations are from every city in India. The distance between New Delhi station and India Gate is 5.2 km, whereas from Nizamuddin it is only 6 km. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. By Bus: If you want to come to India Gate by Bus or Road, then you can come. Delhi City is well connected by road all over India. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Nearest metro station. The nearest metro station to India Gate is Central Secretariat which falls on the Yellow Line. Exit the station and take a bus or auto to reach India Gate. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. Address & Google Map Address: Kartavya Path, India Gate, New Delhi, Delhi 110001 Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Images of India Gate Delhi. Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. Other tourist places in Delhi If you have come to Delhi to see India Gate, then definitely see Delhi in Places. Red Fort Lotus Temple Akshardham Temple Kalka ji temple, Delhi Humayun Tomb Rashtrapati Bhavan Garden of Five Senses Qutub Minar Jama Masjid National Museum Connaught Place shopping Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Ji Lodhi Garden Jantar Mantar Dilli haat INA Shri Laxmi Narayan Temple (Birla Mandir) National Gallery of Modern Art Safdarjung Tomb National Zoological Park Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum ISKCON Temple Delhi-Glory Of India & Vedic Cultural Centre, New Delhi Deer Park Shree Adya Katyayani Shaktipeeth Mandir Waste to Wonder Theme Park Shree Hanuman Temple Adham Khan’s Tomb Amar Jawan Jyoti Sultanpur National Park Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
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श्री राम स्तुति (Shri Ram Stuti)January 23, 2023Chalisa॥दोहा॥श्री रामचन्द्र कृपालु भजुमनहरण भवभय दारुणं ।नव कंज लोचन कंज मुखकर कंज पद कंजारुणं ॥१॥ कन्दर्प अगणित अमित छविनव नील नीरद सुन्दरं ।पटपीत मानहुँ तडित रुचि शुचिनोमि जनक सुतावरं ॥२॥ भजु दीनबन्धु दिनेश दानवदैत्य वंश निकन्दनं ।रघुनन्द आनन्द कन्द कोशलचन्द दशरथ नन्दनं ॥३॥ शिर मुकुट कुंडल तिलकचारु उदारु अङ्ग विभूषणं ।आजानु भुज शर चाप धरसंग्राम जित खरदूषणं ॥४॥ इति वदति तुलसीदास शंकरशेष मुनि मन रंजनं ।मम् हृदय कंज निवास कुरुकामादि खलदल गंजनं ॥५॥ मन जाहि राच्यो मिलहि सोवर सहज सुन्दर सांवरो ।करुणा निधान सुजान शीलस्नेह जानत रावरो ॥६॥ एहि भांति गौरी असीस सुन सियसहित हिय हरषित अली।तुलसी भवानिहि पूजी पुनि-पुनिमुदित मन मन्दिर चली ॥७॥ ॥सोरठा॥जानी गौरी अनुकूल सियहिय हरषु न जाइ कहि ।मंजुल मंगल मूल वामअङ्ग फरकन लगे। रचयिता: गोस्वामी तुलसीदास Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
श्री राम स्तुति (Shri Ram Stuti)
हनुमान चालीसा (Hanuman Chalisa)January 22, 2023Chalisa॥ दोहा॥श्रीगुरु चरन सरोज रजनिज मनु मुकुरु सुधारि ।बरनउँ रघुबर बिमल जसुजो दायकु फल चारि ॥ बुद्धिहीन तनु जानिकेसुमिरौं पवन-कुमार ।बल बुधि बिद्या देहु मोहिंहरहु कलेस बिकार ॥ ॥ चौपाई ॥जय हनुमान ज्ञान गुन सागर ।जय कपीस तिहुँ लोक उजागर ॥ राम दूत अतुलित बल धामा ।अंजनि पुत्र पवनसुत नामा ॥ महाबीर बिक्रम बजरंगी ।कुमति निवार सुमति के संगी ॥ कंचन बरन बिराज सुबेसा ।कानन कुण्डल कुँचित केसा ॥४ हाथ बज्र अरु ध्वजा बिराजै ।काँधे मूँज जनेउ साजै ॥ शंकर स्वयं/सुवन केसरी नंदन ।तेज प्रताप महा जगवंदन ॥ बिद्यावान गुनी अति चातुर ।राम काज करिबे को आतुर ॥ प्रभु चरित्र सुनिबे को रसिया ।राम लखन सीता मन बसिया ॥८ सूक्ष्म रूप धरि सियहिं दिखावा ।बिकट रूप धरि लंक जरावा ॥ भीम रूप धरि असुर सँहारे ।रामचन्द्र के काज सँवारे ॥ लाय सजीवन लखन जियाए ।श्री रघुबीर हरषि उर लाये ॥ रघुपति कीन्ही बहुत बड़ाई ।तुम मम प्रिय भरतहि सम भाई ॥१२ सहस बदन तुम्हरो जस गावैं ।अस कहि श्रीपति कण्ठ लगावैं ॥ सनकादिक ब्रह्मादि मुनीसा ।नारद सारद सहित अहीसा ॥ जम कुबेर दिगपाल जहाँ ते ।कबि कोबिद कहि सके कहाँ ते ॥ तुम उपकार सुग्रीवहिं कीह्ना ।राम मिलाय राज पद दीह्ना ॥१६ तुम्हरो मंत्र बिभीषण माना ।लंकेश्वर भए सब जग जाना ॥ जुग सहस्त्र जोजन पर भानु ।लील्यो ताहि मधुर फल जानू ॥ प्रभु मुद्रिका मेलि मुख माहीं ।जलधि लाँघि गये अचरज नाहीं ॥ दुर्गम काज जगत के जेते ।सुगम अनुग्रह तुम्हरे तेते ॥२० राम दुआरे तुम रखवारे ।होत न आज्ञा बिनु पैसारे ॥ सब सुख लहै तुम्हारी सरना ।तुम रक्षक काहू को डरना ॥ आपन तेज सम्हारो आपै ।तीनों लोक हाँक तै काँपै ॥ भूत पिशाच निकट नहिं आवै ।महावीर जब नाम सुनावै ॥२४ नासै रोग हरै सब पीरा ।जपत निरंतर हनुमत बीरा ॥ संकट तै हनुमान छुडावै ।मन क्रम बचन ध्यान जो लावै ॥ सब पर राम तपस्वी राजा ।तिनके काज सकल तुम साजा ॥ और मनोरथ जो कोई लावै ।सोई अमित जीवन फल पावै ॥२८ चारों जुग परताप तुम्हारा ।है परसिद्ध जगत उजियारा ॥ साधु सन्त के तुम रखवारे ।असुर निकंदन राम दुलारे ॥ अष्ट सिद्धि नौ निधि के दाता ।अस बर दीन जानकी माता ॥ राम रसायन तुम्हरे पासा ।सदा रहो रघुपति के दासा ॥३२ तुम्हरे भजन राम को पावै ।जनम जनम के दुख बिसरावै ॥ अंतकाल रघुवरपुर जाई ।जहाँ जन्म हरिभक्त कहाई ॥ और देवता चित्त ना धरई ।हनुमत सेइ सर्ब सुख करई ॥ संकट कटै मिटै सब पीरा ।जो सुमिरै हनुमत बलबीरा ॥३६ जै जै जै हनुमान गोसाईं ।कृपा करहु गुरुदेव की नाईं ॥ जो सत बार पाठ कर कोई ।छूटहि बंदि महा सुख होई ॥ जो यह पढ़ै हनुमान चालीसा ।होय सिद्धि साखी गौरीसा ॥ तुलसीदास सदा हरि चेरा ।कीजै नाथ हृदय मह डेरा ॥४० ॥ दोहा ॥पवन तनय संकट हरन,मंगल मूरति रूप ।राम लखन सीता सहित,हृदय बसहु सुर भूप ॥ Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
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Kankali Devi Temple, Tigawa (Tigma), Bahoriband KatniJanuary 2, 2023Tourist placesKankali Devi Temple Tigawa (Tigma) is an ancient temple located in Tigawa Village at Bahoriband in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. Bahoriband is a tehsil of Katni district and it is 50 km away from Katni. The Kankali Devi temple is one of the ancient temples of the 5th century, which dates back to approximately 400-425 AD. Where Kankali Devi Temple is today, earlier there were 26 Hindu temples that were destroyed by foreign Muslim invaders. Now, out of 26 temples, only 2 temples are in good condition, one is a Kankali devi temple and the other is of Khadag wali devi (Lord Durga), the rest of the 24 temples have broken parts still present today. This place is also known by the names Tigwa, Tigawa Tigma and Tigwan. By looking at the Kankali devi temple and Goddess Durga (Kadag wali devi) existing here, you can see the unique art style of our times. Apart from this, there are 24 temples that have been destroyed, you will be shocked to see them. The facades of the broken temples are so beautiful and their design is so attractive that the question arises in the mind whether such beautiful craftsmanship was possible even at that time when there was no machinery present in that time. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Every day hundreds of people come here to see this temple, and seeing this ancient heritage and its borken parts, they are romantic as well as sad because of why this temple was demolished. Although very few people know this place, it is a very good tourist spot and picnic spot. People who like history and Indian culture and want to know about it must come here. Click for Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple details. History of Tigawa (Tigma) and Kankali Devi Temple Kankali Devi temple , bahoriband Katni Tigwa is a small village near the place named Bahoriband in the Katni district in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. Local people call this village by the name of Tigma or Tigwan. Today’s small village was under the rulers of the Gupta dynasty in ancient times and their rule used to run here. In this village, 26 Hindu temples were built by the Gupta rulers in the 5th century (400–425 AD). In all the temples, the stone was carved and their design and construction were so amazing that even in today’s era, there is no such thing possible as a so beautiful temple. In the temple idols and statues of Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva, Goddess Durga, Goddess Kali, Goddess Ganga, Seshnagh, Lord Ganesh, and other deities were made. You can get an idea of ​​the advanced and developed handicrafts of that time by looking at the Gods, Goddesses, and all other figures engraved on the stones and walls of the temples. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Tigwan temple sculpture, Bahoriband, Katni But unfortunately, out of these 26 temples, now only 2 temples are present in proper condition, the rest of the 24 temples have only ruins and broken parts left. This happened because, after the end of the Gupta dynasty, other state dynasties and foreign invaders attacked and damaged these temples. Especially the Mughals and other Muslim invaders are considered to be the reason for the destruction of these temples. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. Kankali Devi Temple Tigawa is a historical heritage of Madhya Pradesh, India. Tigma Temple Shiva Linga , Bahoriband, Katni The craftsmanship and design of the Kankali Devi Temple and the rest of the Broken Temples are very unique and rare. And it gives a glimpse of ancient Indian history and Hindu culture and tells us how rich and happy our Indian culture and its traditions were. Because of its importance, this place has been kept under the protection of Indian archaeology. This place has been declared a national asset. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Opening and closing time of Tigawa (Tigma) Kankali Devi Temple. 9 AM To 6 PM. (All Days) Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. How to reach Kankali Devi temple Tigawa (Tigma), Bahoriband? Tigwan Mandir Broken Parts By Air: The nearest airport near Tigawa Kankali Devi Temple is the Dumna airport of Jabalpur Then from there you will have to go to Tigawa Kankali Temple via Jabalpur by bus, or taxi. Airport 88 km is far from the temple. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. By Train: If you want to come to Tigawa (Tigma) Kankali Devi temple by train then the nearest railway station to Kankali Devi temple is Sihora Road. Tigawa Kankali temple is 33.5 km from Sihora Road station. From here you can go here by local taxi or rickshaw or by your own vehicle. Katni Junction is the second nearest railway station here. The distance from Tigwa Kankali Temple to Katni Junction Railway Station is 45km. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. By Road: You can also come to Tigawa (Tigma) Kankali Devi temple by road. Jabalpur and Katni is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. Address and Google map of Kankali Devi Temple, Tigma Bahoriband Katni Address: Kankali Devi Temple, Tigwan Bahoriband, Katni, Madhya Pradesh, India. Click here to know the history of Madan Mahal Fort. Images of Kankali Devi Temple Tigawa (Tigma), Bahoriband, Katni Know about Golden Temple Amritsar. Click for Details Other places to visit are near Kankali Devi temple Tigma. Roopnath Dham Bandar Chuha, Dham Suramya Park, Kataye Ghat. Jagrirti Park, Madhav Nagar, Katni. Badera Chaturyug Dham Vijayraghavgarh Fort Maa Vaishnav Devi Dhaam, Village Sungarha. Vishnu Varah Temple Karanpur Kamakandla Fort, Bilhari, Katni Maihar (Maa Sharda Temple) Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Kankali Devi Temple, Tigawa (Tigma), Bahoriband Katni
Roopnath Dham, Bahoriband, KatniJanuary 2, 2023Tourist placesRoopnath Dham is a tourist spot and religious place in Bahoriband Tehsil of Katni City. along with this, it is also an archaeological place. This place is very famous for its beautiful mountains and trees full of natural beauty and for waterfalls, ponds, and water pools. There is an ancient temple of Lord Shiva here which is built in the middle of the mountain and there is also a temple of Goddess Parvati, besides there is also a temple of Radha-Krishna and Ram Sita. Here Lord Shankar is known as Roopnatheswar and this place is also known by the same name. In the Roopnatheswar Temple, there is a Panchalingi idol of Lord Shiva, this idol is not found anywhere else in the whole world except here. This temple was built in ancient times. Along with being a religious place, it is also an area of ​​historical importance because the great Maurya emperor Ashoka also came here to propagate Buddhism. There is also a stone inscription of Emperor Ashoka here, on which 6 lines of lines are written in the Brahmi language of that time. The archaeological authorities have taken this rock article under their protection, Hindi translation of this article has also been done. The length of this inscription is 4.5 feet and the width is 1 foot. Click for information about Kankali Devi Temple Tigwa. Every day many people come to this place for a picnic and to have a view of Lord Shiva and also to see the inscription of Emperor Ashoka. Along with this, the hill scene here is also very attractive and beautiful which pulls people towards it. A fair is organized here between December and January and thousands of people come here during that time. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. The Religious and mythological history of Roopnath Dham. Roopnath Dham Bahoriband Katni There is an ancient legend associated with Roopnath Dham. In ancient times, there was a demon named Bhasmasur, who was created by Lord Shankar with his power. Lord Shiva had given him a boon that any creature on whose head he would put his hand, that creature would turn into ashes. But Bhasmasur had started misusing this boon and When Lord Shiva refused to do so, he tried to burn Shiva himself. Then Lord Shiva took shelter in a cave on a hill in Roopnath Dham to avoid Bhasmasur. Today there is a temple of Lord Shiva in this cave which is called Roopnatheswar temple. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. There is another legend as well, according to which when Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati got married, their marriage procession stopped at Roopnath Dham. Here Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva and all the members were rest here. There is also a temple of Goddess Parvati along with Lord Shiva. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Buddhism was propagated here by Maurya Emperor Ashoka. Maurya Samrat Ashok Sila Lekh (inscription of Maurya Samrat Ashok) Maurya Emperor Ashoka was a great world conqueror warrior, during his lifetime he ruled over the entire India. He fought and won many wars, but when he saw the devastation caused by the war, he gave up state comforts and adopted Buddhism. Ashoka propagated Bodh Dharma to spread Bodh Dharma and its knowledge across India. He also came to Roopnath Dham through the propagation of Buddhism and stayed here. He spent a lot of time here. He had also engraved some 6 lines in Brahmi script on a huge rock here. Even today this rock has been kept under the protection of archeology. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Roopnath Dham is also famous for Ram, Sita, and Laxman Kund. Roopnath Dham Katni Bahoriband. The natural beauty of this place is very breathtaking and the view here becomes even more beautiful during the rainy season. In the rainy season, a beautiful fountain is seen here, which falls on a Huge Pool below going from the mountains. Due to the waterfall, 3 small pools are formed here. All three Pools are known as Ram Kund, Sita Kund, and Laxman Kund. The view of all the pools (kundas) and the water falling on them becomes a very beautiful sight, people take photos and selfies here. There is water in all the kunds throughout the year, but there is a lot of water in the rainy season and there are trees and greenery all around. Click here to know the history of Madan Mahal Fort. It is also an archaeological site. Roopnath Dham Temple Building This place is an archaeological site because of Ashoka’s inscription, so this place has been declared of national importance. This is the only place in the entire Mahakoshal region where evidence of the Mauryan dynasty has been found. That’s why it is a rare and important place and its protection is necessary. Know about Golden Temple Amritsar. Click for Details What is worth seeing in Roopnath Dham? Roopnath Dham is a religious and historical place as well as it is also a place of archaeological importance. Some of the interesting things to see here are: Interesting information about the Katni City of Madhya Pradesh. Click Here 1.Roopnatheswar Temple Roopnatheswar Temple in Roopnath Dham, Bahoriband, Katni Roopnatheswar Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. In this temple, the Panchalingi Linga idol of Lord Shiva is enshrined. This temple is surrounded by mountains and the view of this temple is very beautiful and it is surrounded by mountains. There is also a cave inside this temple which is currently closed. One has to cross some stairs to reach this temple. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. 2. Mata Parvati (Goddess Parvati) Temple Mata Parvati (Goddess Parvati) temple in Roopnath Dham, Katni. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva’s wife and Adi Shakti Goddess Parvati. This temple is just a short distance from Roopnatheswar temple. There is also a cave near Parvati ji’s temple, but no one is allowed to enter this cave. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. 3. Inscription of Emperor Ashoka Samrat Ashok Ka Sila lekh (Inscription of Emperor Ashoka) The inscription of Emperor Ashoka is one of the main attractions of this place. Whoever comes here must visit this inscription. The writing of this inscription is very old, this script has been engraved on the stone in Brahmi. This inscription is associated with Mauryan Emperor Ashoka and Buddhism. Emperor Ashoka stayed at Rupnath Dham when he went out to propagate Buddhism and engraved this article on this rock. Click here to know about other tourist places in Bilhari, Katni. 4. Three-storied temple Roopnath Dham Temple There is also a three-storied temple here which has the idols of Lord Shiva and Nandi on the ground floor. There is a temple of Lord Krishna and Radha on its second floor and a Ram-Sita Maa temple on the last floor. There is also a temple of Lord Hanuman ji next to this temple. In which the idol of Lord Hanuman is enshrined. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Roopnath Dham fair organized Roopnath Dham Fair Every year a huge fair is organized in Roopnath Dham from December to January. There is a lot of activity at this fair. Hundreds of shops are set up here, in which food, clothes, bangles, bindis, and children’s toys are available. Thousands of people come here to see the fair, and many activities and fun events are also organized for this fair. There are swings and sweets for the children and a very fun-filled atmosphere. If you are also planning to visit Roopnath Dham, then you should go here only during this fair. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. Opening and closing time of Roopnath Dham. Roopnath Dham opens from 7 am morning to 7 pm in the evening. How to reach Roopnath Dham? By Air: The nearest airport to Roopnath Dham is the Dumna Airport of Jabalpur. The distance between Roopnath Dham from Dumna Airport is 73.5 minutes. Click to know about the beautiful Jagriti Park (Garden) of Katni Madhya Pradesh. By Train: If you want to come to Roopnath Dham by train then the nearest railway station is Sihora Road. Roopnath Dham is 31 km from Sihora Road station. From here you can go here by local taxi or rickshaw or by your own vehicle. Katni Junction is the second nearest railway station here. The distance from Roonath Dham to Katni Junction Railway Station is 53.5km. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. By Road: You can also come to Roopnath Dham by road. Jabalpur and Katni is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Address and Google map of Roopnath Dham Address: J2RJ+CRW, Sihora Rd, Darshani, Madhya Pradesh 483225. Click here for History of Taj Mahal Images of Roopnath Dham. Other places to visit are near Roopnath Dham Bahoriband Katni. Kankali Devi Temple, Tigawa, Bahoriband, Katni Bandar Chuha, Dham Suramya Park, Kataye Ghat. Jagrirti Park, Madhav Nagar, Katni. Badera Chaturyug Dham Vijayraghavgarh Fort Maa Vaishnav Devi Dhaam, Village Sungarha. Vishnu Varah Temple Karanpur Kamakandla Fort, Bilhari, Katni Maihar (Maa Sharda Temple) Click here to know about Sonamarg, Kashmir. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Roopnath Dham, Bahoriband, Katni
Bandar Chuha, Bahoriband, KatniJanuary 2, 2023Tourist placesBandar Chuha is a religious place and a holy temple situated in Tehsil Bahoriband of Katni City in the state of Madhya Pradesh. This place is 5 km away from Bahoriband, in Sipli village, on the banks of a river in a hilly area. There is a temple here, but to reach it one has to go through a dirt road, then cross a small bridge through hilly areas, and reaches the temple. After crossing the bridge, you find the temple of Lord Shankar and Hanuman ji which is a single-story building. Along with this, before crossing the bridge here, there is also a temple of Lord Ganesha and the family deity of the villagers, which falls in the lower area of ​​the bridge. There are some stairs on the left side of Lord Shankar and Hanuman ji temple, through which you can go to the temple and prayer place located on top of the mountain. From here you can see the beautiful view of the river and its surroundings from the top of the mountain. Click for information about Kankali Devi Temple Tigwa. Why is the place called Bandar Chuha (Monkey Rat)? Bandar Chuha, Bahoriband, Katni After all why this place is called Bandar Chuha (Monkey Rat)? This is because monkeys are found in abundance at this place and they do a lot of mischiefs. And this place got its name because of his mischiefs. Even today when you go here you will see many monkeys here. Click here to know about Roopnath Dham Bahoriband. How to Reach BandarChuha? bandar Chuha bahoriband, katni Bandar Chuha is located in Seepli village near Bahriband. To reach here you will have to take a bus or taxi from Katni or come to Bahoriband by yourself. After coming to Bahoriband, you will have to take an auto to go to Bandar Chuha or you can take a shared auto or you can go by your own vehicle. It is near Seepli village, 5 km away from Bahoriband. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Address and Google map of Bandar Chuha, Bahoriband, Katni Address: M2P5+QF, Pakar, Madhya Pradesh 483330. Click to know about the beautiful Jagriti Park (Garden) of Katni Madhya Pradesh. Images of Bandar Chuha, Bahoriband, Katni Other places to visit are near Bandar Chuha. Roopnath Dham Kankali Devi Temple, Tigma, Bahoriband, Katni. Suramya Park, Kataye Ghat. Jagrirti Park, Madhav Nagar, Katni. Badera Chaturyug Dham Vijayraghavgarh Fort Maa Vaishnav Devi Dhaam, Village Sungarha. Vishnu Varah Temple Karanpur Kamakandla Fort, Bilhari, Katni Maihar (Maa Sharda Temple) Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Bandar Chuha, Bahoriband, Katni
Shri Kalka Ji Temple DelhiDecember 12, 2022Tourist placesShri Kalka Ji Temple of Delhi City is considered to be an ancient incarnation of Maa Durga and Adi Shakti, she is also considered a part of Goddess Parvati. This is a wonderful and very miraculous temple because all the wishes of the devotees are fulfilled here. The place where this temple is located is also known as Kalka ji. The mountain on which Kalka Devi resides is known by the name Suryakutta mountain. This temple was so famous and miraculous that the place came to be known by the name of this temple itself. According to the local people and stories, this temple is more than 5000 years old as it appears that Pandavas worshiped here before the Mahabharata war. Pandavas had worshiped Shri Kalka ji to get victory in the war and to acquire powers. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. Kalkaji Temple is also known as ‘Jayanti Peetha’ or ‘Manokamna Siddha Peetha’. Because it fulfills all the wishes of its devotees and provides fearlessness. By the way, this temple is very old, but from time to time many improvements and construction work were done. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. History of Shri Kalka ji Temple Shri Kalka ji temple The history of the Kalka ji temple is very ancient, it is believed that this temple was built during the Mahabharata period. After the construction of this temple, its improvement and reconstruction were also done several times. According to historical evidence, the modern form of the temple was built by the Maratha rulers in 1764. After this, during the reign of Akbar, King Kedarnath Namak Saksha got this temple rebuilt in 1816. Even in the 20th century, this temple was given a new design by Hindu followers and Hindu businessmen and many other temples were built around the temple. The place where this temple is situated belongs to the Baba and Brahmins living here and the same people do the work of worship and care in this temple today. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. The Mythology of Kalkaji Temple Shri Kalka ji temple entry gate According to ancient belief, where the temple of Mata Kalkji is today, there used to be temples of other deities at some distance. Some demons and evil powers used to trouble the deities here, these gods went to the father of the world, Brahma, to protect themselves from the demons and evil powers. When Brahma showed the inability to protect them, they all went to Goddess Parvati, then Goddess Parvati produced Goddess Bhairavi from her mouth to protect them. Goddess Bhairavi started killing those demons, but as soon as the blood of those demons used to fall on the ground, many more demons used to arise there. Then Goddess Parvati manifested Goddess Kali from the eyebrows of Goddess Bhairavi and Goddess Kali drank all the blood of a demon before falling into the earth and the demon and her powers were put to an end by this star. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. The architecture of Kalkaji Temple Shri Kalka ji temple Building The main form of the temple of Kalka is made of bricks and white marble, but its main part is made of white marble from the whole day, where the idol of Mother Kalka is sitting. As soon as you enter the temple, there are 12 gates to enter inside the temple, which represent the 12 zodiac signs. There is a statue of Mata Kali in the sanctum sanctorum inside the temple. There is also a stone statue of Mata Kali inside this temple on which her name is written. There are two statues of Sharon in the courtyard of this temple, which is made of sandstone. The verandah of the temple is 9 feet wide. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Opening and Closing time of Kalkaji Mandir, Delhi Kalkaji temple remains open from 4 am to 11:30 pm. Meanwhile, many aartis also take place in the temple. Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Festivals celebrated in Kalkaji Temple Kalka ji Temple Many festivals are celebrated throughout the year in Kalka ji temple with great pomp, but festivals like Vasant Navratri and Maha Navratri 2 are the main ones. Click here to know about Delhi Handcrafted Bazaar Dilli Haat. How to reach Shri Kalka ji temple By Air: Shri Indira Gandhi International Airport is the nearest airport to Shankaracharya temple. Shankaracharya temple is 17km away from here. This airport is well connected to other important cities like Jammu, New Delhi, Mumbai, Leh, Amritsar, and Bangalore. From the airport, you can reach Shri Kalka ji temple by taking a bus or taxi. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. By Train: If you want to come by Shri Kalka ji temple train, then the nearest railway station is Nizamuddin Railway station. The distance of Shri Kalka Ji Temple from Nizamuddin Railway Station is 7 km. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. By Road: You can also come to Shri Kalka ji temple by road. Delhi is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. Nearest metro station to Kalkaji Temple Kalka Ji Metro Station is the nearest metro station from here. It is only 450 meters away from Kalkaji temple, you can go there by auto or on foot. Address and Google map of Kalka ji Temple Address: Metro Station, Near, Ma Anandmayee Marg, NSIC Estate, Block 9, Kalkaji, New Delhi, Delhi 110019 Click to know about the beautiful waterfalls of Jabalpur. Images of Shri Kalka ji Temple, Delhi Click here for History of Taj Mahal Other Tourist Places in Delhi If you have come to Delhi to see Kalka Ji Temple, then definitely see Delhi in Places. Red Fort Lotus Temple Akshardham Temple India Gate Humayun Tomb Rashtrapati Bhavan Garden of Five Senses Qutub Minar Jama Masjid National Museum Connaught Place shopping Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Ji Lodhi Garden Jantar Mantar Dilli haat INA Shri Laxmi Narayan Temple (Birla Mandir) National Gallery of Modern Art Safdarjung Tomb National Zoological Park Shri Kalka Ji Temple Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum ISKCON Temple Delhi-Glory Of India & Vedic Cultural Centre, New Delhi Deer Park Shree Adya Katyayani Shaktipeeth Mandir Waste to Wonder Theme Park Shree Hanuman Temple Adham Khan’s Tomb Amar Jawan Jyoti Sultanpur National Park Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
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Bhakt Niwas OmkareshwarNovember 17, 2022Tourist placesShri Bhakt Niwas Omkareshwar or Shri Gajanan Maharaj Sansthan, Shegaon is an ashram and Dharamshala located at Omkareshwar near Indore, Madhya Pradesh. This Dharamshala is very close to Omkareshwar Temple, its distance from Omkareshwar and Mamleshwar Temple is only 700 meters. Most devotees who come to visit Omkareshwar and Mamleshwar Jyotirlinga stop here. This entire complex is built on 4-6 acres of land. There are more than 100 rooms for the devotees to stay here and more than 200 beds are available. Bhakta Niwas has about 5 residential blocks spread in the area with greenery and a holy atmosphere. The entire campus of this place is full of lush green trees and beautiful flowers, which give different pleasure. There is a very beautiful marble temple of saint Gajanan Maharaj here. The temple here is one of the biggest attractions and its construction and workmanship are very beautiful. This Dharamshala was built by Gajanan Maharaj Sansthan, Shegaon which is a service organization. Gajanan Maharaj was a saint and this institution is also named after him. This saint was born in Shegaon, Maharashtra. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Things to see in Bhakta Niwas Omkaresh. If you are visiting here, then here are some places worth seeing which you can visit. 1. Gajanan Maharaj Temple Shri Gajanan Maharaj temple, Omkareshwar The Gajanan Maharaj Temple is a temple dedicated to a saint and the name of the temple has been kept in his name. The statue of Gajanan Maharaj is installed inside the temple. This entire temple is made of marble and very beautiful designs and carvings have been done on it. 2. Devi Ahilya Bai Temple Queen Ahilya Bai Temple There is also a small temple of Queen Ahilya Bai Holkar here. Ahilya Bai was the queen of Indore. And he also did a lot of social work. An idol of him is enshrined inside the temple. 3. Lord Krishna and Lord Shiva Statue Bhakt Niwas Dham Beautiful idols and tableaux of Lord Shiva and Lord Krishna are also kept here which look extremely beautiful. 4. Beautiful Garden There is also a garden with beautiful trees, plants, and flowers all around this Dharamshala, seeing which the mind becomes happy. The trees and plants of this garden add to the beauty of this place. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Food and tea, coffee facilities There is also a canteen available for food, where you can get food like at home. And there are also items of tea and coffee and snacks here. Click here to know about the Maihar Temple of Madhya Pradesh. Things to keep in mind in Bhakt Niwas Ashram Omkareshwar. Bhakt Niwas Ashram Omkareshwar There are some rules for living in Bhakt Niwas and inside its premises, which have to be followed by all the people going there. We have written those rules below: This is an Ashram and Dharamshala and a lot of attention is given to cleanliness here, so don’t throw any garbage or eatables here and there. Smoking and non-vegetarian are completely banned here. Photo clicking and video making are prohibited in the canteen area. Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. Bhakt Niwas Omkareshwar online booking There is no online booking here, if you want to book a room in the ashram, then you have to come here. Address and Google map of Shri Gajanan Maharaj Sansthan, Shegaon. Address: 65R3+F52, Bhakt Nivas, Omkareshwar, Madhya Pradesh 450554 Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Images of Shri Gajanan Maharaj Sansthan, Shegaon (Bhakt Niwas ashram Omkareshwar photos) Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
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Yogmaya Temple, DelhiNovember 14, 2022Tourist placesSince ancient times, temples were an important part of our Hindu and Sanatan culture and were the center of faith and belief. Today we are going to tell you about one such temple. This temple is of Goddess Yogmaya who is also known as Jogmaya. Yogmaya temple is located in Delhi City Mehrauli, India, this temple is near Qutub Minar. This temple is only 2 km away from the Qutub complex, to reach this temple one has to go through a very narrow street. Goddess Yogmaya is believed to be the sister of Lord Shri Krishna. Whose birth took place from the womb of Mother Yashoda. This temple is more than 5000 years old. Yogmaya temple, Delhi was built during the Mahabharata period and it is said that it was built by the Pandavas. Mother Yogmaya was first established by Lord Krishna in this temple. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. The story of the birth of Goddess Yogmaya Yogmaya Temple Delhi According to the Hindu scriptures, there was a tyrannical king named Kansh in the Dwapar era, due to which everyone was troubled, he used to oppress everyone. Kansa was the king of Mathura. Kansa learns through Akasvani that his sister Devaki’s 8th child will kill him, so he imprisons his sister Devaki and her husband Vasudev in Mathura prison. This is where Shri Krishna is born. To keep Krishna safe from Kansh, Vasudev takes Lord Krishna from Prison to Mathura village at night when Devaki is asleep. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. Even in Mathura, a woman named Yashoda (Lord Krishna’s stepmother) gives birth to a girl child at the same time, Vasudev takes that girl from here to Mathura prison and leaves the child Krishna with mother Yashoda in place of the girl child. Yasoda does not know all this because she is asleep at that time. The next day, when Kansa learns that his sister Devaki has given birth to a girl child, he tries to kill that girl too, but the girl child flies into the sky. It is said that after escaping from the hands of Kansha, Mata Yogmaya gets divided into two parts, her head reaches Mehrauli where Yogmaya temple is today and the torso part goes to Vindhyachal, where she is known as Vindhyavasani. Where the mother’s head had fallen, there is the Yogmaya temple today. This temple is located in the Mehrauli area of Delhi. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. Yogmaya temple Mata Durga Sculptuure This temple was built by the Pandavas Jogmaya Temple Delhi In Dwapar Yuga, when the Pandavas won the war of Mahabharata, all the Pandavas along with Lord Krishna came here to have a darshan of Mata Yogmaya. Pandavas visited Mata Yogmaya and took her blessings. At that time the temple here was very small. Later the Pandavas got a temple constructed at this place and the idol of the Goddess is said to have been installed here by Lord Krishna himself. It is also said about this temple that Lord Brahma first worshiped here. After the construction, the temple has been renovated many times. Different rulers had got construction and improvement works done in this temple during their reign. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Architecture and design of the Yogmaya temple in Delhi. Yogmaya temple Delhi Yogmaya Temple is a very beautiful and unique temple, it has been created in the ancient Nagar Saili, and the entrance of this temple has been made in the shape of a snake, this snake is considered to be the form of Chintamaya. On entering from the entrance, you will find images of lord Vishnu and Goddess Durga, Goddess Lakshmi, and many other Gods and Goddesses engraved on the wall. The huge dome of this temple is also its main attraction. About Ujjain Mahakaleshwar Click Here the idol of Goddess Yogmaya is enshrined in the sanctum sanctorum of the temple. Here the head of the goddess is worshiped and it is in the form of a Pindi. Apart from Goddess Yogmaya, there are also idols of Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva, Bhairav, and Lord Kalki. Click for Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple details. Festivals are celebrated in Yogmaya Temple Yogmaya temple Laxmi Narayan Although people come to visit this temple throughout the year, on some special occasions and festivals, people come in thousands. In the festivals here, Phool Walon ki Sair is celebrated with great joy and gaiety, many cultural and spiritual programs are organized here on this day. Apart from this, the festival of Mahashivratri and Navratras is also celebrated here with great pomp and a huge crowd of devotees comes here for darshan. Click here to know about the beautiful temples of Khajuraho. How to reach Yogmaya temple By Air: If you want to come to Yogmaya Temple in Delhi by air, then Indira Gandhi International Airport here is the best and it is connected to all the cities of India. Yogmaya Temple is 12.3 km away from the airport. You can easily reach here by taking a taxi from the airport. By Train: There are 2 famous railway stations to reach Yogmaya temple by train, the first is the new Delhi railway station and the second is the Nizamuddin railway station both of these stations are from every city in India. The distance between New Delhi station and Yogmaya is 15 km, whereas from Nizamuddin it is only 13 km. By Bus: If you want to come to Yogmaya Temple by Bus or Road, then you can come. Delhi City is well connected by road all over India. Click to know about the beautiful waterfalls of Jabalpur. Nearest metro station to Yogmaya Temple Delhi. Qutub Minar Metro Station is the nearest metro station from here. It is 1km away from Yogmaya Temple. You can reach here by auto from the metro. Best time to visit Yogmaya temple You can visit Yogmaya temple anytime in the whole year, here devotees keep coming throughout the year. But it would be better to visit here on some special occasion, like the festival of Phool Walon Ki Sair is celebrated here between September and October. At this time, there is a fair-like view here. This festival is also called the floral festival. Apart from this, the festival of Maha Shiv Ratri and Nav Ratra is also celebrated here with great enthusiasm. Click here for History of Taj Mahal Yogmaya Temple opening and closing time The temple opens from 5:30 in the morning to 8:30 at night. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. Address and google map Yogmaya temple Address: Yogmaya, Kali Mata Mandir Rd, Mehrauli, Delhi 110030. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Video of Yogmaya Temple Images of Yogmaya Temple Other Tourist Places near Yogmaya Temple Delhi Qutub Minar Garden Of Five Senses Bhool Bhulaiya Mehrauli Archaeological Park Jahaz Mahal Alai Minar Darya Khan Tomb Rajon Ki Baoli Zafar Mahal Sanjay Van Lake Jamali Kamali Tomb Iltutmishs Tomb Tomb of Balban Muhammad Quli Khan Tomb Tomb of Azim Khan Tomb of Adham Khan AllaudinS Tomb and Madrasa Tomb of Imam Zamin Bade Mandir Lal Mahal Hauz I Shamsi Chattarpur Mandir Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Yogmaya Temple, Delhi
National Zoological Park, DelhiOctober 27, 2022Tourist placesDelhi Zoo or National Zoological Park is an endangered animal shelter located in Old Delhi and a major tourist and picnic spot. National Zoological Park is a zoological park filled with greenery and trees in the crowded city of Delhi, where very special species have been created to preserve and breed them. It is also known as Delhi Chidiya Ghar. Delhi Zoo is spread over an area of more than 176 acres and this park has more than 1300 species of animals and more than 127 species of birds. This animal park has many unique animals, if you are an animal lover, then definitely visit here once. Present time Delhi Zoo has Asiatic Lion, Royal Bengal Tiger, Brow-horned Deer, Swamp Deer, Blackbuck, White Deer, Leopard, One Horned Rhinoceros, Himalayan Black Bear, Jaguar, Chinkara, Wild Boar, Hippopotamus, Indian Rhinoceros Mosses like spider monkeys, and zebras are unique animals. Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. If you are bored and tired of life filled with the hustle and bustle of Delhi, then some moments of peace and romance can be enjoyed here and in a different way. It is also a best friends and family picnic place. There are also many species of birds here. There are many birds like peacocks, eagles and stork spoonbill, etc. Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. History of Delhi Zoo National Zoological Park, Delhi The National Zoological Park, also known as Delhi Zoo, was established on 1 November 1959. This park has proved to be a great holiday destination for Delhiites and tourists. This was also the main purpose of its establishment. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. In 1982, due to being the ideal birdhouse of the country, it has been given the status of National Zoological Park, hence it has come to be known as National Zoological Park later. People come here on their holidays and spend their moments of happiness and spend their time among the animals here and the green trees and plants. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. Animals and Birds to see at Delhi Zoo or National Zoological Park. National Zoological Park Animal The National Zoological Park is full of many rare animals and beautiful birds and it is spread in a huge picture. As soon as you come inside the Delhi Zoo, the living conditions of the animals and the sound of birds attract your attention. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. There are such as Indian rhinoceros, chimpanzee, Royal Bengal tiger, deer, blackbuck, white buck, leopard, one-horned rhinoceros, Himalayan black bear, Asiatic lion, jaguar, chinkara, wild boar, hippopotamus, spider monkey, and zebra, etc. Many more animals can be seen. There are many species of birds, including peacocks, parrot species, eagles and storks, spoonbill, etc. There are many other species of birds. The Delhi Zoo also has many species of reptiles, including snakes, Indian rock pythons, tortoises, and Indian cobras. Click here to know about Delhi Handcrafted Bazaar Dilli Haat. National Zoological Park opening and closing timings. The National Zoological Park opens at 9:30 in the morning and closes by 4:30. The park is quite big, so if you want to come here, then come here for at least 2 hours. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. Entry fees of National Zoological Park. Entrance Fees Rs. 80 (adults), Rs. 40 (children), Rs200 (foreigners), Rs. 100 (foreigners children), and Camera Charges Rs.50. Click to know about the beautiful waterfalls of Jabalpur. Best time to Visit Delhi Zoo (National Zoological Park) Delhi Zoo Pond By the way, Delhi Zoo is open throughout the year, you can go here in any season, hot or cold. If you go here in the summer season, then you get a chance to see many species of birds. In the summer season here you will get a chance to see Brown Dove, Ring Doves, and Little Cormorant Birds. In the winter season, you get the opportunity to see Common Swallows, Various Wagtail Birds, and Tailor Birds. Click here for History of Taj Mahal How to reach the National Zoological park? Delhi Chidiya Ghar If you want to go to Delhi Zoo, then all types of transport are available here in Delhi by which you can reach the zoo. By Train: The nearest railway stations to reach Delhi Zoo are New Delhi Railway Station and Old Delhi Railway Station. The distance of the National Zoological Park from the New Delhi Railway is 6 km and if you want to come here from Old Delhi then you will have to travel 11 km. By Air: The nearest airport is Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. You can fly to Delhi from any airport in the country. The distance from Delhi Zoo to Indira Gandhi International is 15km. By Road: If you want to visit Delhi Zoo by road, then Delhi City is connected to Delhi Zoo in every way, you can come here from any place. You can get here by bus, taxi, or your own vehicle. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Nearest Metro station of Delhi Zoo. Pragati Maidan metro and Khan Market metro are the nearest metro stations to Delhi Zoo, Delhi Zoo is just 2km away from here. About Ujjain Mahakaleshwar Click Here Things to keep in mind in National Zoological Park. It is important to keep some things in mind in Delhi Zoo, if you also go here, then take care of these divisions. Do not give anything to eat or drink to any animal here and do not go near them. This can result in damages for both you and the animal. It is forbidden to pluck flowers inside the park, if you are found doing so, you may have to pay a fine. Some places in this animal park come in a restricted area, so do not go to those places. It is forbidden to play loud music or any musical instrument inside the zoo as it can disturb the animals and may even attack them. Bringing outside food is not allowed here. If you want to eat something, there is a canteen here from where you can buy and eat something. Battery rickshaws run here to go from one place to another, you can sit on them and see the whole zoo. The park is very big, so if you are planning to come here, then the time of at least 2 horses has come out. Click for Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple details. Address and Google map of Delhi Zoo (National Zoological Park). Address: Mathura Rd, near Purana Qila, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, Delhi 110003 Click to know about the beautiful Park (Garden) of Katni Madhya Praadesh. Video of Delhi Zoo (National Zoological Park). Click here to know about the beautiful temples of Khajuraho. Images of Delhi Zoo (National Zoological Park) Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. Places to visit near National Zoological Park. Purana Qila Swaminarayan Akshardham Humayun Tomb Sunder Nursery Vishwa Shanti Stupa National Gallery of Modern Art Children’s Park Crafts Museum Isa Khan’s Tomb National Science Centre Kumar Gallery Sher Mandal Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
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Raghunath Temple, JammuOctober 10, 2022Tourist placesRaghunath Temple, which is located in Jammu, India’s most beautiful state of Jammu and Kashmir, this temple is dedicated to the chief of India, Lord Rama. Here Lord Rama is called by the name of Raghunathji. According to Hindu religious texts, Lord Rama is considered an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The temple was built by the Dogra king’s dynasty of Kashmir, this temple is built in a huge complex, in which idols and paintings of many gods and goddesses have been established. Click here to know about the holy temple of Mata Vaishno Devi. There are idols of many deities in this temple but the idols of Lord Rama, Sita, and Laxman Ji are very huge. Many characters from the Ramayana period have also been shown in the temple through sculptures and pictures. The main idol of Lord Rama in this temple was brought from Ayodhya. In this temple, the idols of Shaligram of 33 crore deities are also enshrined. On seeing this temple from the outside, you will see 4 Kalash inside the temple which makes this temple special. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. Apart from Lord Ram in this temple, there are also temples of Hanuman, Lord Shiva, Vishnu, Lord Ganesh, etc. Many walls and other parts of the temple are decorated with gold. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. History of Raghunath Ji Temple Raghunath Temple Jammu Raghunath Temple is one of the major temples of India and Jammu. The temple’s splendor can be gauged from the fact that thousands of people visit the temple every day. The construction of this temple was started by Raja Gulab Singh in 1835 and its construction was completed by his son Raja Ranveer Singh. According to the estimate, the temple was ready by 1860. Click here to know about Sonamarg, Kashmir. There is also an ancient legend about the construction of this temple. It is said that Raja Gulab Singh was asked by a great saint Ramdash Bairagi to build the temple. Ramdas Bairagi was A great saint from Ayodhya who came to Jammu to propagate the life and ideals of Lord Ram. Ramdas Bairagi lived in Sui Simbli Village of Jammu and it was here that he built the first temple of Lord Ram. Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Char Dham Darshan Raghunath Temple Inner view One of the specialties of Raghunath temple is that different rooms have been built in this temple for many deities and pilgrimage sites of India. In such temples, the temples of Char Dham of Hindus have been built here. The four Dhams are Rameshwar Dham, Dwarkadish Dham, Badrinath Dham, and Kedarnath Dham. Any devotee who is not able to visit Char Dham in a different place can visit the Char Dham here together and get virtuous results. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. 33 crore deity’s place In the Raghunath temple, 33 crore deities mentioned in Hindu religious texts are also shown in a room. In this room, many small stone lings have been made which show 33 crore deities. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Terrorist attack in Raghunath Temple All the major Hindu temples of Jammu, including the Raghunath temple, are kept under the strict supervision of the security forces. There is a special reason behind this and that reason is the terrorist attack in 2002. In 2002, terrorists attacked this temple and opened fire on the devotees, in which many people were killed and many people were also injured. After this attack, the temple was closed for 11 years. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. After 11 years in 2013, this temple was reopened for the devotees. Timing of Raghunath temple 10 AM to 9 PM (All Days) Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. How to reach Raghunath temple, Jammu? By Air: Srinagar International Airport is the nearest airport to Raghunath temple. Raghunath temple is 4km away from here. This airport is well connected to other important cities like Jammu, New Delhi, Mumbai, Leh, Amritsar, and Bangalore. From the airport, you can reach Raghunath temple by taking a bus or taxi. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. By Train: If you want to come by Raghunath temple train, then the nearest railway station is Jammu Tawi Railway station. The distance from Raghunath temple is 2km less than Srinagar railway station. By Road: You can also come to Raghunath temple by road. Jammu is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here for the History of the Taj Mahal Address and Google map of Raghunath temple Address: PVH7+W2J, Raghunath mandir chowk Jammu city, Jammu and Kashmir 180001 Click here to know about Delhi Handcrafted Bazaar Dilli Haat. Images of Raghunath temple ISKCON Temple Delhi-Glory Of India & Vedic Cultural Centre, New Delhi Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Sonamarg Hemish Kishtwar Doda Nishat Garden Dachigam National Park Vaishno Devi Dham, Katra Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Hari Mahal Palace Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Raghunath Temple, Jammu
Gurudwara Chati Patshahi, SrinagarOctober 10, 2022Tourist placesGurdwara is considered a holy place of Sikhs, but it is not limited to the people of the Sikh sect, but here people of every religion are always welcome. Today we are going to tell about the such Guru Dwara, which is known for its unique charm and holiness. The name of the Gurdwara we are talking about is Gurdwara Chatti Patshahi, it is also called Gurdwara Chati Patshahi, Srinagar. This Gurudwara is located in the Kathidarwaza area of ​​Srinagar in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. This is a historical gurudwara, In this gurdwara, the 6th Guru of Sikhs, Hargobind Singh had come through his Kashmir Journey and stayed here. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. History of Gurudwara Chati Patshahi, Srinagar Gurudwara Chati Patshahi Chatti or Chati Patshahi Gurudwara is a major center of faith of Sikhs and Hindus located in Srinagar, besides being a Gurudwara it’s also a famous tourist spot. This Gurudwara is also associated with the 6th Guru of the Sikhs, Hargobind Singh, it is said that he stayed at this place when he was in Kashmir in 1616 for preaching and roaming. Later this place was converted into a Gurudwara and it was named Chati Patshahi Gurudwara as the 6th Guru Hargovind Singh stayed there. Click here to know about Sonamarg, Kashmir. This Gurudwara also has a beautiful garden along with the beautiful building of the Gurudwara, where beautiful plants and flowers are planted. There is also a Hospice for travelers to stay a short distance from the Gurudwara, where they can stay by paying very little fare. If you ever visit Srinagar, then definitely visit here and definitely stay in Hospice here. Click here to know about the holy temple of Mata Vaishno Devi. How to reach? By Air: Srinagar Airport is the nearest airport. Srinagar Airport is 14km away from here. From the airport, you can come here by auto or taxi. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. By Train: Udhampur Railway is the nearest railway station here. Udhampur Railway Station is 183km away from Gurdwara. Another nearest railway station is Jammu Tawi. It is 254 less away from Gurudwara. By Road: You can also come to Gurudwara Chati Patshahi by road. Srinagar is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Address & Google map of Gurudwara Chati Patshahi, Srinagar Address: 4R3C+7R7, Nowhatta, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190003 Click here to know about Nishat Garden of Srinagar. Images of Gurudwara Chati Patshahi, Srinagar Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Top tourist places near Gurudwara Chati Patshahi Hari Parbat / Koh-i-Maran Nigeen Lake Dal Lake Jamia Masjid Srinagar Shankaracharya temple, Srinagar Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden Floating Vegetable Market (SM) Hazratbal Masjid Shah Kashmir Arts Emporium Shalimar Bagh Mughal Garden Pari Mahal Masjid Dastgeer Sahib Roza Bal Shah E Hamdan R.H Mosque Chashma Shahi Garden Khanqah-e-Moula Pathar Masjid Shikara Ride The Heritage Group Of Houseboats Srinagar Tourism The Mughal Sheraton Houseboat New Bombay Heritage Group Of Houseboats White House Group of Houseboats Nehru Park Floating Post Office Apollo eleven group of houseboats SPS Museum Zero Bridge Royal Springs Golf Course Hari Parbat Fort Nelo Arts Zabarwan Park Naseem Bagh Char Chinar Dal lake Boston Gulistan Group of Houseboats Yatra Bhawan (Durga Nag Trust) Anchar Lake Kashmir Government Arts Emporium Khusal Sar Apharwat Tour And Travels Khanqah Naqshband Sb Shah Travels Pvt. Ltd. Prince of Kashmir Tiger Hill Tours and Travels Baba Demb Dargah Market Shree Kheer Bhawani Durga Temple Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Sonamarg Hemish Kishtwar Doda Nishat Garden Dachigam National Park Vaishno Devi Dham, Katra Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Hari Mahal Palace Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Gurudwara Chati Patshahi, Srinagar
Dal Lake, SrinagarOctober 5, 2022Tourist placesEveryone sometimes gets upset with their daily life and looks for moments of relaxation and they get these moments on holidays. Today we are going to tell you about Dal Lake, the famous place of Srinagar, India, whose beauty will make your health happiness and will take you to a different world, you will feel like heaven. Click here to know about the Nishat Garden of Srinagar. Dal Lake is included in the most beautiful and second largest lake in Srinagar, this lake is surrounded by beautiful hills from 3 sides. Dal Lake is known for its beauty as well as its vast area the lake is spread over a large area of ​​18 km. This lake is divided into 4 major parts Gagribal, Lokut Dal, Bod Dal, and Nagin. Dal Lake is one of the favorite places of Indian and foreign tourists, people come here to enjoy the coolness of the summer season and enjoy the beautiful views of the lake. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. What’s worth seeing and doing in Dal Lake? Dal Lake is the most beautiful lake in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, but apart from its beauty, there is much more that makes it special. There is a lot to do here which can make you feel very happy and blissful. Here you can: Click to know about the beautiful Pahalgam of Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir Shikara Boat Ride Dal Lake Shikara Ride Shikara is a small boat floating on the Dal Lake, in which people sit and enjoy the views of the Dal Lake. Up to 4 people can sit comfortably in a shikara and 6 people can also sit if they want. By sitting in Shikara, you can see all the spectacular natural views of Dal Lake, you can also see the beautiful mountains here through Shikara. All the places of interest in Dal Lake like Char Chinar, Nehru Park, Kabootar (Pigeon) Khana, etc., all have to be seen and visited by this shikara boat. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Beautiful Houseboat Dal Lake Houseboat Houseboats are fixed hotels or houses floating on the Dal Lake which have been built for the tourists to stay. Houseboats are like a very beautiful house and their exterior and interior decoration and design are very beautiful, these houses are mainly made of wood. To make the tourists feel comfortable, this houseboat is decorated with beautiful carpets, chandeliers, and beautiful carvings. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Char Chinar Char Chinar Dal lake This is an island located in Dal Lake. This island is surrounded by four poplar trees from all sides, hence it is called Char Chinar. It is also known as Char Chinari. Char Chinar was built by the Mughal emperor, Murad Baksh. It is the most beautiful and famous of all the places to see in the Dal Lake, all the tourists who come to the Dal Lake definitely go here. Know about Golden Temple Amritsar. Click for Details Nehru Park Nehru Park is also a green and beautiful park in the same Dal Lake, where you can roam. The beautiful greenery of Yaha will take you to a different world. You can reach here by riding Shikara. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Kabootar Khana Kabootar (Pigeon) Khana is also a beautiful place here, which is filled with green lotus and lily plants. It is a small island that is said to have been built by the king of Kashmir, Karan Singh, for his personal use. Pigeons also come here in large numbers, so it is also called pigeon food, for the time being, it has been banned for tourist people. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Shops are set up on the shikara. If you are a shopping lover, then you will also like the market on Shikara Boat in Dal Lake, where you can find fashion items like jewelry and Kashmir culture. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. You can also do photography here Mountain view in Dal Lake If you are fond of clicking photos and photography, then there are many such views in Dal Lake which will help in fulfilling your hobby. The lakes here can take photos of beautiful views and you can capture memorable moments with the camera by visiting the Char Chinar Islands too. Local photographers are also available here, from whom you can get your photo clicked and some people also rent Kashmiri clothes here, which you can click photos by wearing. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. Interesting facts about Dal Lake Dal Lake is the most beautiful lake in Srinagar and the second-largest lake in the region. Many Bollywood films have been shot in Dal Lake. The film Haider and Kashmir’s Kali movie has been shot here. There are many places in Dal Lake that are very attractive like Char Chinar, Houseboat, Floating Garden, and Nehru Park. Dal Lake is surrounded by hills on 3 sides. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Best Time to Visit Dal Lake May to November is the best time to visit Dal Lake as the climate is pleasant. During winter, it gets extremely cold. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. Entry time of Dal Lake Shikara ride is open on all days: 06:00 AM to 06:00 PM. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Entry Fee Entry fees and Shikara ride charges in Dal Lake are not fixed. you will get different charges all the time, so for the information about this charge, you have to come here and find out. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. How to Reach Dal Lake By Air: The nearest airport to Dal Lake in Srinagar (SXR) Airport which is 16.6 km away. Other nearby airports include Jammu (IXJ) (160.5 km). Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. By Train: The nearest railway station to Dal Lake in Srinagar Railway Station. Srinagar railway station is 22 km away from Dal Lake. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. By Road: You can also come to Dal lake by road. Srinagar is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Address & Google map of Dal Lake Address: Dal Lake Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir, India – 176216 Video of Dal Lake Srinagar Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Images of Dal Lake Srinagar Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Sonamarg Hemish Kishtwar Doda Nishat Garden Dachigam National Park Vaishno Devi Dham, Katra Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Hari Mahal Palace Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Dal Lake, Srinagar
Maa Vaishno Devi, KatraOctober 4, 2022Tourist placesMaa Vaishno Devi Katra, which is an ancient temple dedicated to Mother Shakti, is here from Mata Vaishnavi Treta Yuga. Vaishnav Devi Temple is situated on a huge and beautiful Trikuta hill in the Jammu district of Jammu and Kashmir state. This temple is located at a place named Katra in Jammu and Kashmir the distance of the temple from Katra is 12 km and this temple is at an altitude of 5200 feet. According to the report, it is believed that this is the second temple in the whole of India which is filled with the most visitors. The first temple is Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, which is visited by the maximum number of devotees throughout the year. As such, in the Vaishno Devi temple, lakhs of devotees keep visit the temple throughout the year, but when the time of Navaratri or Navdurga comes, then this number reaches crores. Click here to know about Sonamarg, Kashmir. Maa Vaishno Devi Katra is the incarnation of superpowers. Vaishnav Devi Dham Katra In a cave in the hills of Trikuta in Katra city of Jammu, Mata Rani is in the form of 3 superpowers. These powers are goddess Kali, goddess Laxmi, and goddess Saraswati, whose combined form is called Vaishnavi. This divine is seated here in the form of Pindi. The length of this cave is 98 feet. These goddesses have been enshrined in the platform built in this cave. In Treta Yuga, 3 goddesses Laxmi, Kali, and Saraswati were born in the form of a girl whose name was Vaishnavi, she is also called Trikuta. Click here to know about Nishat Garden of Srinagar. The place where Maa Vaishno Devi is situated is called Bhawan, where Mata Vaishnav killed Bhairav Nath. Mother had separated Bhairav Nath’s head from his body and his torso had fallen here and his head had fallen 3 km away. Where Bhairav Nath’s head fell, there is a temple of Bhairav Nath Ji today. It is believed that after the view of Mata Vaishnav Devi, it is necessary to visit Bhairav Nath. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. Vaishnavi was a great devotee of Lord Rama and had considered Rama as her husband in her mind and wanted to marry him. When Vaishnavi expressed her desire to marry Shri Ram, Lord Rama told her that in this birth I have taken a wife’s fast, so I cannot marry anyone other than Sita. Shri Ram said that when I will take the Kalki incarnation in Kali Yuga, then I will marry you till then you will have to wait. Since then till today Mata Vaishnavi is waiting for the Kalki avatar of Shri Ram. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. The mythology of Mata Vaishnav. Vaishnav Devi Yatra A long time ago there was an Aghori monk named Bairav Nath, when he saw Mata Vaishnavi, he was fascinated by her beauty and started chasing her. Mata Vaishnavi escaped from there and went to a cave. Bhairav Nath was following them. The mother had merged in the cave by changing into air form. When Bairav Nath also tried to enter the cave, a monk standing outside the cave said that Bhairav, whom you are thinking of as a simple girl, is himself an incarnation of Shakti. That’s why Mata should stop chasing Vaishnavi but Aghori did not listen to the monk. Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. When Bhairavnath forcibly tried to enter the cave, Mahabali Hanuman, who was guarding the outside of the cave, stopped him, then a great war broke out between Lord Hanuman and Bhairav Nath. The war between Lord Hanuman and Bhairav Nath went on for a long time, after that Mahavir Hanuman was about to kill Bhairav, at the same time Mata Vaishnavi had come there. He told Hanuman Ji that Mahabali Hanuman, his death will not be from your hands but by me. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. After that Mata Vaishno asked Bhairav to go back again but Bhairav did not agree then Mata Vaishnava took the form of Shakti and killed him. Vaishnav maa had cut off Bhairav’s head from his body. After cutting off the head, Bhairav Nath apologized to the Vaishnava maa. Then the compassionate mother forgave Bhairav and said that in the future when people worship me, then it will be necessary to worship you after me. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. History of Maa Vaishnav Devi, Katra temple Vaishnav Devi Katra, Jammu & Kashmir This thing is very old, about 700 years ago, a Brahmin named Sridhar lived in Hansali village near Katra. Sridhar was very poor but he was a great devotee of Mata Vaishnav Devi. He was always absorbed in the devotion of Vaishnava’s mother, he did not have any sorrow about his being poor. Click here to know about Nishat Garden of Srinagar. Once Shridhar was asked by the Mata to worship him in a dream and perform Bhandara in his name. Shridhar went to every house in the village and demanded the necessary ingredients for the Bhandara, some people helped Shridhar and gave them the necessary items for cooking and food. Sridhar had got the material, but it was not enough to get the Bhandara done, so Sridhar started getting very worried. And when the day of Bhandara came, Sridhar started thinking that how the whole village would be stocked with such little food and there was not much space in his house to accommodate the villagers. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. The people of the village started coming to eat the Bhandara. Sridhar’s hut was small but by the grace of Mata Vaishnav, everyone was going to sit very easily in the hut and the place of the hut had increased on its own. Then suddenly a girl came among the people and started serving food to the villagers and people started eating food, slowly the whole village had eaten the food. Bhairav Nath also came in this Bhandara, Bhairav asked Mata Vaishnavi to serve meat. Mother said that this is a Bhandara of a Brahmin’s house, so the meat will not be given there. Bhairav extended his hand to catch the Vaishnava Devi, but the mother turned into the air and flew towards Trikuta mountain. Vaishno Devi indicated to Sridhar to be on her Trikuta mountain. Since then till date, Sridhar’s family is worshiping in Mata Vaishnav temple. Click to know about the beautiful Pahalgam of Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir The main places to visit in Vaishnav Dham. The main stops of the Vaishnav Devi Yatra : Charan Paduka Charan Paduka temple Charan Paduka is the first stage or the first point of the Vaishnav Devi Yatra. This is the place where Lord Vaishnavi stayed for some time and saw where the cruel Bairav Nath is. Even today there are both the footprints of Vaishnav Devi at this place. The devotees who come for darshan definitely go to see it here. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. Banganga Bagnganga Vaishnav Devi Banganga is the place where Maa Vaishnava took out the Ganges water from the rock using an arrow to quench the thirst of Lord Hanuman. And he also washed his hair with this Ganges water. Even today, devotees take a bath here before having the darshan of the mother. It is said that bathing here destroys all the sins of the devotees. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Ardhkuwari gufa(Cave) Ardhkuwari Gufa (Cave) Ardhkumari Cave also known as Adikumari and Garbhajuna is the cave where Mata Vaishnav took shelter to hide from Bairav Nath. In this cave, Vaishnava maa did meditation and penance for 9 months, after which she went out from the other end of the cave. It is said that women who cross this Garbhajun cave get a lot of relief from the pain caused by pregnancy. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Bhawan The Bhawan is the main temple of Vaishnava Devi Maa where the self-proclaimed 3 forms of Vaishnava Devi are in the form of Pindi. Here Vaishnava Devi is in the form of Goddess Kali, Goddess Laxmi, and Goddess Saraswati. The distance from Katra to Bhawan is 12 km. Bhawan is the place where Vaishnava’s mother killed Bhairav Nath. When Vaishnav mother killed Bhairav Nath, his body had fallen here and his head had fallen 3 km away. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Bhairav Nath Temple Bhairav Nath Temple Vaishnav Devi Katra Bhairav Nath Temple is the place where Bhairav Nath’s head fell. Today there is a temple of Bhairav Nath Ji here. Devotees visit Bhairav Nath after having darshan of Mata Vaishnav. It is believed that if you do not visit Bhairav Nath after seeing the mother, then the journey is considered incomplete. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Things to remember during Vaishnav Devi Yatra. Vaishnav Devi Yatra registration mandatory. It is mandatory to get it registered before the journey, without this you cannot go to Vaishnav Devi Dham. This registration takes place before the commencement of the journey at Katra. This registration is free, no payment is required for this. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. An identity card is mandatory. It is mandatory for you to have a valid Id proof and address proof for the journey, otherwise, your Vaishno Devi Yatra will not be registered. This ID is proof of voter ID, driving license, and Aadhaar card whatever you have with you. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Vaishno Devi Climbing Options If you want to climb Vaishno Devi from Katra, then you can do it in 2 ways, the first option is the 12 km on the footway. It is also right to go on the way. If you are not afraid of fatigue. The walkway is very good and the place is a place to eat, drink and relax. Another option is that if you don’t want to go on foot, there are also arrangements for horses, mules, and palanquins, which you can pay for by sitting on them. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Best time to visit Vaishnav Devi temple Vaishno Devi remains open for pilgrims throughout the year, but the best time to visit is between the months of March and October. A lot of pilgrims visit Vaishno Devi between these months as the weather is cool and pleasant, but most of the visitors plan their visit during Navratras. Click here to know about Red Fort. How to reach Maa Vaishnav Katra By Air: Jammu Airport is the nearest airport to Vaishnav Devi Dham, Katra. Vaishnav Devi Temple is 50km away from here. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. By Train: The nearest railway station from Katra is the Udhampur railway station. The distance from Katra to Udhampur railway station is 42km. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. By Road: You can also come to Vaishnav Devi Katra by road. Vaishnav Devi Katra is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Address and google map of Maa Vaishnav Katra Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Images of Maa Vaishnav Katra Top tourist places near Vaishnav Devi Katra Chenab Rail Bridge Baba Dhansar Shalimar Park Bhimgarh Fort Banganga Temple Banganga Check Post Salal Dam Group Of Temples/ Pandavas Raghunath Temple, Jammu Devi Pindi Mata Mandir Deva Maai Mandir Gauri Bhawan Aghaar Baba Jitto Panchari Hill Station Sihad Baba Waterfall Panchari Hills Udhampur Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Pahalgam Hemish Kishtwar Doda Nishat Garden Dachigam National Park Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Hari Mahal Palace Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Maa Vaishno Devi, Katra
Shankaracharya Temple, Srinagar KashmirSeptember 8, 2022Tourist placesShankaracharya Temple is an ancient temple located in Srinagar city of Jammu and Kashmir state of India, this temple is more than 200 years old. This temple was built by King Gopadatya of Kashmir, hence this temple was called Gopadari temple after his name. When Adi Guru Shankaracharya stayed at this temple during his visit to Kashmir, this temple was named Shankaracharya. This temple is located in the Shankara Charya mountain of Kashmir, also known as the Gopadri mountain. The height of this temple is 1100 feet above sea level. Due to being at such a height, it is also called Takht-a-Sulaiman. This temple is also called Paspahad. Click here to know about Sonamarg, Kashmir. History of Shankaracharya Temple Shankaracharya Temple is an ancient temple located in Kashmir and the devotees have a lot of unwavering faith and devotional love from this temple. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. If we talk about the history of the temple, then this temple dates back to 371 BC and it was built by King Gopadatya of Kashmir, it is believed that Gopadatya was a great devotee of Lord Shiva. This temple was built entirely of stones. Jagat Guru Shankaracharya, who was a philosopher and great religious guru, stayed at the Shankaracharya temple during his visit to Kashmir. Shankaracharya had meditated and penanced here for a long time, even today his place of residence remains here, whose devotees people visit. After some time the name of this temple was changed to Shankaracharya Temple. Click here to know about Nishat Garden of Srinagar. The temple did not have good stairs, so sometime after the construction of the temple, Maharaja Gulab Singh of Dogra got the stairs constructed in the temple for the convenience of the devotees. It is an ancient temple as well as an Indian archaeological heritage. Earlier this temple did not have an electricity facility. In 1925, an electricity facility was made in the temple. Timing of Shankaracharya Temple Opening Hours of Shankaracharya Temple: 7 AM to 8 PM. Click to know about the beautiful Pahalgam of Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir Entry Fee No-Entry fee Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. How to reach Shankaracharya temple By Air: Srinagar International Airport is the nearest airport to Shankaracharya temple. Shankaracharya temple is 18km away from here. This airport is well connected to other important cities like Jammu, New Delhi, Mumbai, Leh, Amritsar, and Bangalore. From the airport, you can reach Shankaracharya temple by taking a bus or taxi. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. By Train: If you want to come by Shankaracharya temple train, then the nearest railway station is Srinagar Railway station. The distance from Shankaracharya temple is 18km less than Srinagar railway station. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. By Road: You can also come to Shankaracharya temple by road. Srinagar is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Address and google map of Shankaracharya temple, Srinagar Address: Durgjan, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190001 Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Video of Shankaracharya temple, Srinagar Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Images of Shankaracharya temple, Srinagar Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Sonamarg Hemish Kishtwar Doda Nishat Garden Dachigam National Park Vaishno Devi Dham, Katra Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Hari Mahal Palace Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Shankaracharya Temple, Srinagar Kashmir
Nishat Garden KashmirSeptember 8, 2022Tourist placesNishat Garden is one of the largest gardens located in Srinagar in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir. Very rare species of flower plants and trees have been planted in this garden. It is the largest garden in the Kashmir Valley and is built in the Mughal style. It has beautiful Dal Lake on one side and huge mountain ranges on the other side. This park is 11K away from Srinagar. This is such a park that has a great view of Dal Lake. This is the first park in Kashmir Srinagar that is ladder-like. Very rare species of poplar and cypress trees are found in this garden. Apart from trees and flowers, there are many other attractions here. Click here to know about Sonamarg, Kashmir. The beautiful meadows here and the beautiful view of the hills allow the atmosphere to become twice as happy and the beautiful water fountain is also here. It is the second largest park in Jammu and Kashmir and the first terraced park. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. History of Nishat Garden Nishat Garden Srinagar Nishad Garden means Garden of Happiness and this is also true because seeing it makes the mind feel very happy. This garden was built in 1633 and it was built by Hasan Asaf Khan. Hasan Asaf Khan belonged to the Mughal dynasty. He was the father of Mumtaz Mahal and brother of Noor Jahan. Hasan Asaf Khan wanted to make a beautiful garden that looked beautiful like heaven, so he built Nishat Garden. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. Shahjahan had an evil eye in this Nishat Garden Nishat Garden Jammu and Kashmir The Mughal emperor Shah Jahan was the emperor of India at that time and he was also the son-in-law of Hasan Asaf Khan. When he came to Srinagar and saw the Nishat Garden, seeing beauty of this garden, he was tempted to get it. He expressed his desire to take it as a gift from Hasan Asaf Khan but Hasan refused to give this garden to him. It is said that after this Shah Jahan stopped the water supply of this garden. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Interesting facts about Nishat Garden Nishat Bagh, Srinagar, India You can see Dal Lake from this garden, which looks very beautiful. This is the only terraced garden in Kashmir. There are very rare species of trees and plants in this garden. This garden is built in the Mughal style and it was built on the basis of the imagination of heaven. Behind this garden, there are huge beautiful mountain ranges. Click to know about the Pahalgam of Srinagar. How to reach Nishat Garden? By Air: Srinagar International Airport is the nearest airport to Nishat Garden. Nishat Garden is 17km away from here. This airport is well connected to other important cities like Jammu, New Delhi, Mumbai, Leh, Amritsar, and Bangalore. From the airport, you can reach Nishat Garden by taking a bus or taxi. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. By Train: If you want to come by Nishat Garden train, then the nearest railway station is Srinagar Railway Station. The distance from Nishat Garden is 21km less than Srinagar Railway Station. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. By Road: You can also come to Nishat Garden by road. Srinagar is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Entry Timing of Nishat Garden Timings: From 9 AM to 10.30 PM, on all days of the week.  Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Entry Fee of Nishat Garden INR 20 per person. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Address and google map of Nishat Garden Address: Main road Nishat next to Mughal garden Nishat Srinagar Jammu and Kashmir, 191121 Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Video of Nishat Garden Click here to know the history of Madan Mahal Fort. Images of Nishat Garden Click here to know about the Bhedaghat waterfall of Jabalpur. Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Sonamarg Hemish Kishtwar Doda Pahalgam Dachigam National Park Vaishno Devi Dham, Katra Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Hari Mahal Palace Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
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Pahalgam KashmirSeptember 8, 2022Tourist placesJammu and Kashmir are called the dream place of India because it is everyone’s dream to come to this place, the reason for this is the beauty of this place which is no less than a paradise. Kashmir is also called the heaven on earth and in Kashmir itself, there is a beautiful place named Pahalgam which is known for its beauty all over the world. Pahalgam is known for its beautiful ice-covered hills, ice fields, and deodar trees. Click here to know about Sonamarg, Kashmir. Pahalgam is one of the main tourist places of Kashmir, every year millions of people come to Pahalgam to spend their holidays. Pahalgam comes under the Anantnag district of Kashmir and is 95 km away from Srinagar. Pahalgam was once a town of shepherds. Pahalgam Kashmir Pahalgam was earlier the place of poor people grazing animals, these people used to make their living here. Pahalgam itself means the village of the shepherds. But due to its beauty, it was later declared a tourist place. Today, millions of people come to see this place every year due to its beauty and pleasant environment here. Seeing the language, food, and clothing of this place, the glimpse of the culture of this place is clearly visible. Here Hindi, Urdu, and English languages ​​are spoken more. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. Games and activities worth doing in Pahalgam. Pahalgam Nature The beauty of Pahalgam attracts people here, apart from this, there are many other activities here that attract people’s attention. This place is a very happy place for young people, youth can do many adventurous and daring games and activities here. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Here you can trek on the snow-capped mountains. People from all corners of India and abroad come here to enjoy trekking. Pahalgam is well known for the game of golf, here there is a fair ground for golf. Golf games are played here and golf training is also given. If you are fond of playing golf, then Pahalgam will give you a lot of pleasure and you can also learn the game of golf here. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. Horse riding is also another important and adventurous activity of Pahalgam and you can enjoy horse riding here. You can also bet on horseback riding here. Here you can also camping and enjoy night camping. In which season should you visit Pahalgam? The climate of Pahalgam is worth visiting throughout the year and the cold winds and beautiful hills are worth seeing every season. The time from June to April is very pleasant and pleasant. By the way, the view of the snowfall of Pahalgam is very spectacular and if you are willing to see this view, then the climate of February is the best from November. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. If you are talking about the best time of Pahalgam, then July and August are the best time, at this time pilgrims leave for Amarnath Yatra. Pahalgam is the perfect place for photography and video shoots. Pahalgam is a great place for photography lovers, there are many such views that you can capture on your mobile and camera. The rivers here, its plains, and the high mountains and valleys covering it are all perfect for photography. You can make the moments here memorable forever by making a video with your camera. Many films have also been shot here. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Famous tourist places of Pahalgam Pahalgam has many places which have brought you to visit. Here we are going to tell you about some important tourist places in Pahalgam. Mamaleshwar Temple Mamleshwar Temple is a very ancient temple located in Mamal Village of Pahalgam. this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. This temple is a 12th-century temple. People have unwavering faith in this temple, whoever comes to Pahalgam, definitely goes to Mamleshwar temple. It is 1km away from Pahalgam. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Sheshnag Lake Sheshnag Lake is a lake of pure and clear water of Pahalgam, this lake comes to Pahalgam through a series of Himalayan mountains. It is one of the beautiful lakes of Pahalgam. The distance of this lake from Pahalgam is 32km. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. Aru Valley The Aru Valley of Pahalgam is a great place for trekking enthusiasts, along with you can also do horse riding here. The beautiful green flowers, plants, and beautiful valleys here attract people’s attention even without wanting them. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Betaab Valley Betaab valley The distance of Betab Valley from Pahalgam is about 15 km, this place is known for its snow-covered mountains and beautiful valleys. There are also a lot of Deodar cedar and pine trees, which get covered with ice in winter. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Chandanwari Chandanwari If you have come to Pahalgam, then definitely visit Chandanwari, there are many places worth visiting here. Chandwari is just 15kms away from Pahalgam. It is also the starting point of Amarnath Yatra, people who go to Amarnath Yatra pass through this. Click here to know the history of Madan Mahal Fort. Tulian Lake Tulian Lake is covered with ice for most of the year, seeing it and it seems as if a white sheet of ice is lying. This beautiful lake is at an altitude of 3353 meters. This lake is also known as ‘Taraseer Lake’. It is 15 km away from Pahalgam. Click to know about the beautiful Park (Garden) of Katni Madhya Pradesh. Ice Festival Ice Festival The ice festival is organized every year in Pahalgam in January and February Months. This festival is organized by the government of Jammu and Kashmir. Many adventure activities like horse riding, ice skating, skiing, and sledding are done at this festival. Click here for the History of the Taj Mahal How to reach Pahalgam? Pahalgam Chandanwari By Air: Srinagar International Airport is the nearest airport to Pahalgam. Pahalgam is 96km away from here. This airport is well connected to other important cities like Jammu, New Delhi, Mumbai, Leh, Amritsar, and Bangalore. From the airport, you can reach Pahalgam by taking a bus or taxi. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. By Train: Udhampur railway is the nearest railway station to Pahalgam. The distance from Udhampur railway station to Pahalgam is 217km. However, Jammu is well connected to cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Kanyakumari, Indore, Pune, Chennai, Kolkata, and Rishikesh. Jammu is 285 km from Pahalgam. By Road: You can also come to Pahalgam by road. Srinagar is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. State bus services are available from Anantnag, Jammu, and Srinagar to Pahalgam Click here to visit National War Memorial Delhi Address and google map of Pahalgam Pahalgam, Kashmir Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. Video of Pahalgam Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Images of Pahalgam Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Sonamarg Hemish Kishtwar Doda Nishat Garden Dachigam National Park Vaishno Devi Dham, Katra Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Hari Mahal Palace Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
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Sonamarg Srinagar, KashmirSeptember 8, 2022Tourist placesSonamarg is a very beautiful tourist spot located in the Jammu and Kashmir state in India. Sonamarg, Srinagar, Kashmir is a tourist place located on a mountain at an altitude of 3000 meters near the Ganderbal district of Jammu and Kashmir. This place is known for its beautiful snow-capped mountains, watery waterfalls, beautiful meadows, and cold water rivers. Its height is 2740 meters above sea level. Sonmarg is a very good place for trekking, it is the perfect place for those who want to do an adventure like trekking. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. Sonamarg has a cool climate throughout the year and this place is no less than a paradise. If you are newly married and planning your Honey Moon then Sonamarg is the right place for you. Many Bollywood movies were also shot in Sonamarg. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. To go from the main road to the hill, you can go on foot or you can hire a horse and four-wheeler here, but if you ride a horse then it will be a lot of fun. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Why is it called Sonamarg, Srinagar, Kashmir? Sonamarg Mountain View In Sonamarg, Marg means ground and Sonamarg means golden field. This place is called Sonamarg because when the spring season, which is considered to be the most beautiful of the seasons is come, the vast grounds have loaded with beautiful golden flowers. Looking at these golden flowers, it seems that gold flowers and grass are growing in the whole field. Seeing this, both the mind and the self are pleased. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. What’s there to see in Sonamarg? Sliding in Sonamarg Ice Sonamarg has huge snow-capped mountains and golden flower-covered grounds, but there is much more here that attracts your attention to this beautiful place. There are many lakes here, which you can enjoy by visiting. The main lakes here are Gadsar Lake, Satsar Lake, and Krishna Lake, all these lakes are 15-20 kilometers away from here. Click here to visit National War Memorial Delhi Gadsar Lake, which is 15 km away from here, is very attractive, it is adorned with ice-covered mountains and beautiful alpine flowers. You can also enjoy the beautiful and splendid views of Krishna Saar Lake and enjoy fishing in this lake. If you want to enjoy frozen cold ice, then friends, Satsar and Balaton Lake are nothing less for you, here you can slide on the ice and throw ice at each other. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Great place for trekking Beautiful Ice Mountain View Sonamarg can also be a challenge for players of danger, especially for those who enjoy doing adventures. Tracking is also a daring and adventurous task and it is very suitable for young people. Trekking can also be done in Sonmarg, there are many huge mountains where tracking can be done. Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. Best time to visit in Sonamarg, Srinagar Sonmarg is a year-round destination, but the ideal time to visit is from April to June. You are most likely to find an explosion of wildflowers in the valley. The months of July and August receive huge pilgrims for the Amarnath Yatra. There is a camping ground for those traveling to Baltal, 15 km north of Sonmarg. How to reach Sonamarg? By Air: Srinagar International Airport is the nearest airport to Sonmarg. Sonmarg is 70km away from here. This airport is well connected to other important cities like Jammu, New Delhi, Mumbai, Leh, Amritsar, and Bangalore. From the airport, you can reach Sonmarg by taking a bus or taxi. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. By Train: If you want to come by Sonamarg train, then the nearest railway station is Srinagar Railway Station. The distance of Sonmarg is 51 less from Srinagar Railway Station. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. If you want to come to Sonmarg from Jammu, then you can come here from Jammu Tawi Railway Station. The distance of Sonmarg from Jammu Tawi Railway Station is 182 less. By Road: You can also come to Sonmarg by road. Srinagar is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Address and Google map Address: Postmaster, Sonamarg S.O, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India (IN), Pin Code:-191203. Know about Golden Temple Amritsar. Click for Details Video of Sonamarg, Srinagar. Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Images of Sonamarg, Srinagar. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Pahalgam Hemish Kishtwar Doda Nishat Garden Dachigam National Park Vaishno Devi Dham, Katra Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Hari Mahal Palace Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
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Amar Mahal Palace, JammuSeptember 8, 2022Tourist placesAmar Mahal Place is located in Jammu, India, this palace was built in 1890. It is a legacy of the Dogra dynasty of Jammu and Kashmir and was built by Raja Amar Singh of the Dogra dynasty. This fort was designed by a French architect. Earlier the entire family of Raja Amar Singh lived in this palace, later it was changed into a museum. It was one of the most beautiful buildings in Jammu and Kashmir built in the 19th century. On one side of this palace is the Twi River and on the other side, there are huge Trikuta hills. Mata Vaishnav Devi’s Dham is also there on the Trikuta hills. This palace is built with red sandstone stones and bricks, it has been built in French architecture. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Things to see in Amar Mahal Jammu Amar Mahal Palace Museum The Amar Palace was a residential personal palace for Raja Amar Singh and his family, but it was later converted into Museum. There are many antique items and craftsmanship and objects of the time of Dogra kings to see here. There are many beautiful artifacts here, especially many arts of Kangra-style paintings available. These pictures and crafts are amazing in themselves. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. Here there are pictures of the kings of the Dogra dynasty and many objects related to their heritage, which shows their advanced and illustrious monarchy. There are huge green lawns outside the palace, which add to the beauty of this palace. Many beautiful trees are planted in this field. There are also many beautiful flower plants here. Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Library of more than 25000 books Amar Mahal palace Museum View This museum has a huge library in which there are more than 25000 books, these books are related to spiritual, political, and cultural subjects. There is also a statue of Lord Buddha in this museum and there is also a painting of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru. There is a special thing in the painting that wherever you look at it, Nehru’s shoes and eyes will look towards you. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. 120 kg Gold throne Golden Throne of Amar Mahal Palace Jammu The most attractive and precious thing in the museum of this palace is the throne made of 120 kg of gold here. This throne was used by the Dogra kings during their reign, now it is kept locked in a room, and only tourists can see it only through the glass of the window in the room. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Interesting facts about Amar Mahal Palace Amar Mahal Palace was earlier the residence of Raja Amar Singh, later it was converted into a museum. There are more than 25000 books in the library of the museum of this palace. There is a golden throne in this palace that weighs 120 kg. This palace was built by Raja Amar Singh in the 19th century. This palace is related to the kings of the Dogra dynasty. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. Entry Time The Amar Mahal Palace is open to the public from 9.00 AM to 1.00 PM and from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. It remains closed on Mondays. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Entry Fee The entry fee of this museum is Rs 20 per head only. There is an extra charge for carrying cameras. Special passes on the second floor are for 100 Rs only, bringing the total to INR 120 to fully explore the place. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Address and Google Map of Amar Mahal Palace Address: PVXC+3WM, Palace Road, Karan Nagar, Jammu Tawi, Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir 180001 Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Video of Amar Mahal Palace Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Images of Amar Mahal Palace Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Sonamarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Pahalgam Hemish Kishtwar Doda Nishat Garden Dachigam National Park Vaishno Devi Dham, Katra Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
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Balancing Rock, JabalpurSeptember 8, 2022Tourist placesNature is full of amazing things and seeing these wonders, only one thought comes to mind, how is this possible? Today we are going to tell about a similar attraction place in India which is known as Balancing Rock. A balancing rock Jabalpur is a large rock that rests on another rock with very little support. People call it a unique miracle of nature because seeing this rock, it seems as if it will fall at any time. Balancing Rock is located in the hills of Madan Mahal in Jabalpur City, India. Click here to know the history of Madan Mahal Fort. It is called a balancing rock because it is supported by another rock with very little support. Seeing it, it seems that it will fall down at any time, so many people are afraid to even go near it. But it has remained in its place like this for many thousands of years. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Scientists have also done research on it, for them, it is like an unsolved puzzle. Scientists say that it has been balanced due to gravity force. This balancing rock is made naturally from granite. Not only this, all the rocks of Madan Mahal are made of this granite. Scientists think it was formed by the solidification of magma. For many years, this rock has withstood many natural disasters like typhoons, hurricanes, and earthquakes but it has not moved at all from its place. Apart from India, this rock is famous all over the world, and people from all over the country and abroad come here to see it. Apart from this, the trees and plants here and the pleasant weather here make it even more spectacular. Even the 1997 earthquake could not shake it. On 22 May 1997, there was a terrible earthquake in Jabalpur, the city suffered a lot of loss of life and wealth, but at that time nothing had happened to the Balancing Rock even due to the earthquake, it was safe in its place. People had thought that this rock must have fallen due to the earthquake, but this rock was not even shaken from its place. For this reason, it is considered a charisma of nature. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. Balancing Rock is near the hills of Madan Mahal Balancing Rock is near the mountain of Madan Mahal and here is also the fort of ancient Madan Mahal which is also known as the fort of Rani Durgavati. there is also a temple of Goddess Sharda here which is very old and built by Rani Durgavati was created by. If you have come to see Balancing Rock, then definitely see these places too. There are more other balancing rocks on this hill but this balancing rock is very famous. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. This is a great photography place Balancing Rock Ja If you are fond of photography then this place will prove to be great for you, you can click a photo here. There are many such rocks and natural views which you can click on your camera and make the moment memorable. The Madan Mahal Fort here can also be a part of your photography, which will be very memorable for you and there are many beautiful views of the hills. If you want to know the history of the Sharda temple of Jabalpur so click here. Entry Time 10:30 am – 06:00 pm Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Entry Fee NO-entry fee. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. How to reach the Balancing Rock? By Air: If you want to come to Jabalpur by air, then the only airport here is Dumna Airport. Balancing Rock is 15km away from here, you can reach Sharda Temple, Madan Mahal by taxi or auto. Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. By Train: The nearest railway station to reach Balancing Rock Railway Station. It is only 3km away from here. By Bus: Jabalpur City is connected to every city in India by road. You can easily reach here from any city. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Address and google map Address: 4WX3+CVX, Ratan Nagar, Madan Mahal, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh 482001 Click here for History of Taj Mahal Video of Balancing Rock Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Images of Balancing Rock Other places to visit in Jabalpur. Dhuandhar Falls, Jabalpur Marble Rocks, Jabalpur Dumna Nature Reserve Park, Jabalpur Sharda Temple, Madan Mahal, Jabalpur Madan Mahal Fort, Jabalpur Rani Durgavati Museum, Jabalpur Chausath Yogini Temple, Jabalpur Bargi Dam, Jabalpur Tilwara Ghat, Jabalpur Pisanhari ki Madiya, Jabalpur Chataniya City Hanuman Temple Sea World Water Park Treasure Island, Mall Tilwara Ghat Bhawartal Garden Kankali Devi Temple Sangram Sagar Lake Sri Vishnu Varaha Mandir Gwari Ghat If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
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Delhi is such a city in India that it was the center of power and governance since ancient times. Delhi was ruled by many kings and foreign rulers. Some rulers came here with the intention of robbery and went away after looting valuables from there. And some ruler came here and after seeing the beauty of this place and the smart city, he started ruling here and changed the rule of the kingdom according to his own opinion. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. Some of these rulers had also built their own cities. From ancient times till now 7 major cities have been built and among them, the first and main city which is known as Qila Rai Pithora is going to tell you about it. Qila Rai Pithora was the first city of Delhi and this city was very prosperous and secure. This city was established by Anagpal, the ruler of the Tomar dynasty. At that time this city was known as Lal Kot. Click here to know about Agrasen Ki Baoli. Rule of the Chauhan dynasty After a few years, the Tomar dynasty was defeated by the Chauhan dynasty, and Lal Kot was taken into its possession. Later this fort was expanded by the great emperor Prithviraj Chauhan of the Chauhan dynasty. Prithviraj Chauhan built the fort, fort, and monument here. Prithviraj Chauhan was also known as Raipithora. That is why this fort is known as Qila Rai Pithora. Qila Rai Pithora was a flourishing city but over time many parts of this fort were changed due to invasions by invaders and after Prithviraj Chauhan’s defeat by Muhammad Ghori in 1192 when Delhi was ruled by the Muslim Sasans. Click for information about Uttara Swami Malai Temple. Today this fort some parts of this city have become dilapidated and destroyed, and some parts have remained and are being conserved. Parts of the wall and fort of this city are still found in Maroli, Saket, and Vansh Kunj areas. Click here to know about Tughlaqabad Fort Delhi. Why is it called Qila Rai Pithora? The expansion and construction of Qila Rai Pithora were under Prithviraj Chauhan. Prithviraj Chauhan is also known as Raipithora. Due to the development and construction by Prithviraj Chauhan, it got recognition as Qila Raipithora and it is called Qila Raipithora. Click to know about Yogmaya Temple Delhi. History of Qila Rai Pithora Ancient Delhi was ruled by the Tomar dynasty around the 12th century. During the Tomar dynasty, Delhi was also known as Lalkot. Later Tomar dynasty was defeated by the Chauhan dynasty and the rule of the Chauhan dynasty was established in Delhi. Chouhan Rajvansh expanded the city a lot during his reign. King Prithviraj Chouhan is the most powerful and brave king of the dynasty. Prithviraj Chauhan had expanded this fort a lot. He had built many bastions, forts, and huge walls. Prithviraj Chauhan was known as Rai Pithora, hence the name of this fort was also named Qila Rai Pithora. Click here for complete information about National Zoological Park Delhi. Later in 1192, Prithviraj Chauhan was defeated by Mohammad Ghori in the Battle of Tarayan and Delhi was occupied by the Muslim Empire. Mohammad Ghori had given his kingdom of India to Qutbuddin Aibak who was his servant. In this way, the rule of the slave dynasty started in Delhi and Qutubuddin Aibak was the first king of the slave dynasty. Click for Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple details. Interesting facts about Qila Rai Pithora Qila Rai Pithora is also known as Lal Kot. Qila Rai Pithora is the prosperous first city of Delhi. This fort was built and expanded by the Chauhan king Prithviraj. This fort was won by the Chauhan dynasty from the Tomato dynasty. In ancient times this city was also known as Yoginipur. Click here to know about the Nishat Garden of Srinagar. Address and a google map of Qila Rai Pithora Address: 1, Press Enclave Marg, Kutub Golf Course, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110017 Click here to know about the Roopnath Temple of Madhya Pradesh. Images of Qila Rai Pithora Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Other Tourist Places near Qila Rai Pithora Delhi Malai Temple Delhi Qutub Minar Garden Of Five Senses Bhool Bhulaiya Mehrauli Archaeological Park Jahaz Mahal Alai Minar Darya Khan Tomb Rajon Ki Baoli Zafar Mahal Sanjay Van Lake Jamali Kamali Tomb Iltutmishs Tomb Tomb of Balban Muhammad Quli Khan Tomb Tomb of Azim Khan Tomb of Adham Khan AllaudinS Tomb and Madrasa Tomb of Imam Zamin Bade Mandir Lal Mahal Hauz I Shamsi Chattarpur Mandir Click for information about Kankali Devi Temple Tigwa. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Tughluqabad fort Delhi was an ancient fort of the city of Delhi and the third largest inhabited city of Delhi. Tughlaqabad is the third city among the historical cities of Delhi City, which was built by Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq, the founder of the Tughlaq dynasty. This fort is spread over a vast area, it can also be estimated from the fact that it is built in an area of 6 km. There are huge high walls in this fort, and many bastions and small palaces were also built, but today this fort is in a dilapidated condition, all parts of which are broken and in very bad condition. Despite being in such a bad condition, it shows the beauty and art of the Tughlaq dynasty and Islamic culture and sally in a very brilliant color. Click for information about India Gate. Tughluqabad Qila in Delhi is a mausoleum like this one, which is in a safe condition and is also very beautiful to look at. There are 3 Samadhi inside this mausoleum. Gayasuddin Tughlaq and his son and wife are buried in these tombs. Tughluqabad Delhi is also a historical fort and a famous tourist place, if you love history and like to see old forts and buildings, you must go here. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. History of Tughluqabad Fort Tughlakabad Fort Delhi The fort of Tughlaqabad was built by Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq in 1321 AD. He got this fort done to avoid the Mongol invaders. The construction work of this fort went on for about 4 years and its construction was completed in 1325 AD. The construction work of this fort was done in a rocky area. This whole area is surrounded by forests and stones. Click here to know about Delhi Handcrafted Bazaar Dilli Haat. It is also said that Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq, whose real name is Ghazi Malik, was formerly a feudatory of the Khilji rulers. Gasuddin always had the desire to build a city of his own in Delhi and build a huge fort. A time also came when he started his own rule by defeating the Khilji rulers from Delhi and laid the foundation of the Tughlaq dynasty. After taking over Delhi, Ghiyasuddin started the work of this fort in 1321 and its construction was completed in 1325. This was the fort of his dreams. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. But this fort did not remain unoccupied for long, as it is said that this fort was cursed by a Muslim Sufi saint. It is said that this fort was abandoned after 15 years of its construction and it remained deserted and empty. Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. Along with this fort, Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq also constructed Tukhlaq Road, which is today known as Mehroli Badarpur Road. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. The architecture of Tughlaqabad Fort Tughlakabad Fort New Delhi However, today the qila of Tughlaqabad is very dilapidated condition and struggling to stay standing., If you look at its modern form, This is a huge fort that is spread over an area of ​​6 km. This huge fort and its construction reflect the Islamic art style and its unique advanced art and architecture. Even today some parts of this fort are left after being dilapidated, which are standing on this land. Click here to know about Agrasen Ki Baoli. The walls spread around this fort and their sloping parts covered with dust show the awesomeness of this fort. The height of these massive walls ranges from 10 to 15 meters, which is as high as a 2-story building. During its construction, there were 52 gates in this fort for a few years, but now only 13 gates are left here. Click for information about Uttara Swami Malai Temple. Every kind of comfort and sanity was present in this city. Here there was a market, water tanks, and a separate place for the people of the Tughlaq dynasty to stay. There were also many underground rooms here, whose remains are still present today. Big bastions were also built here, from which monitoring was done and the enemy could be attacked with cannons. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. The construction of Tughlaqabad and its architecture can be understood in this way. Tughlakabad Ka qila Here the highest point of the citadel built with the tower is called Bijai Mandal. All the urban areas here were built with a rectangular grid. The lower part of the tower here, which was called Asana Mahal, was built for the royal and dynasty people of the palace. The dilapidated parts of this palace are still present today. Click to know about Yogmaya Temple Delhi. This fort and city could never be settled because of the curse. Tughlakabad Ka Old Fort It is believed that the Tughlaqabad fort of Delhi has not been used to date because it was cursed by a famous Sufi Fakir Saint Nizamuddin Olia. According to the people, Gayasuddin Tughlak wanted to build his new fort of Tughlaqabad and was so excited that he ordered that all the workers of Delhi would only work in the construction of the fort. Click here for complete information about National Zoological Park Delhi. At the same time, Muslim Sufi saint Nizamuddin Olia was getting his well constructed but all the laborers were engaged in the construction of the fort due to which the work of his well was stopped. Due to the stoppage of the work of the well, the saint became very angry and in anger, he cursed that this fort would never be inhabited. He said ‘Hanoj Delhi door Ast’ or ‘Delhi is far away. He said that this city of Delhi will never be able to settle down and only the natives of this place will remain here and Gujjars will rule here. Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Today the fort of Tughlaqabad is in a dilapidated condition. Gayasuddin Dynasty New Delhi This heritage of the Tughlaq dynasty, which shows the pride and affection of the advanced city of that time, is passing through a very bad condition today. Now this fort and many of its parts are almost destroyed and in the coming few years it will probably be destroyed completely. They need proper maintenance and care. Some parts of it have been preserved but some parts where wild shrubs and trees have taken over. Tughlakabad village is also situated inside this fort. A part of the south is still alive today where a mausoleum and a garden have been built, in this mausoleum Gayasuddin and his son and wife are buried. Click here to know about Delhi Handcrafted Bazaar Dilli Haat. Interesting facts about Tughluqabad Fort. Delhi Tughlakabad Fort This fort is believed to be haunted. Many people have felt the presence of negative energy and powers here. Famous Sufi saint Nijjamudin Olia had cursed this fort that this fort and its city would never be settled. Huge and grand stairs were built at this fort entrance so that one could enter this fort with elephants. At the time of construction, 52 entrances were made in this fort, but now only 13 entrances are left in it. Earlier many water tanks were present here but now there are only 7 water tanks. The construction of this fort was completed in 4 years but it was abandoned only after 10 years of its construction. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. Things to keep in mind while visiting Tughluqabad. There is no good food shop near Tughlaqabad fort, so if you are going here, bring your food and drink from home. Monkeys are found here in large numbers, so keep your belongings carefully. Monkeys can run away with your belongings. This fort and its area are very big, that’s why there are always rogues and thieves roaming here, so you should come here with complete preparation and safety. Keep your purse and mobile, camera carefully. If you come here in the summer season, then definitely bring a water bottle and cap with you. This fort is built in a rocky and thorny area, so come here wearing sturdy shoes. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Timing of Tughluqabad Fort Delhi Tughlakabad Fort remains open for the general public from 7 am to 5 pm. Click for Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple details. Entry Fee of Tughluqabad Fort Delhi For Indian tourists: Rs 20 per personRs 200 for foreign touristsWhile there is no entry fee for children below 15 years. Click to know about the beautiful Park (Garden) of Katni Madhya Praadesh. Best time to visit Tughluqabad fort Delhi. By the way, you can visit Tughlaqabad Fort on any day of the year. But if we talk about the best, then November to February is the best time. The weather here is cool and pleasant during this time. The rest of the time, there is a lot of summer and rainy season here. Click here to know about the beautiful temples of Khajuraho. How to reach Tughluqabad Fort? By Air: If you want to come to Tughluqabad fort by air, then Indira Gandhi International Airport here is the best and it is connected to all the cities of India. Tughluqabad fort is 18.5 km away from the airport. You can easily reach here by taking a taxi from the airport. Click here to know about the Nishat Garden of Srinagar. By Train: There are 2 famous railway stations to reach Tughluqabad fort by train, the first is the new Delhi railway station and the second is the Nizamuddin railway station both of these stations are from every city in India. The distance between New Delhi station and Tughluqabad fort is 19.2 km, whereas from Nizamuddin it is only 13.3 km. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. By Bus: If you want to come to Tughluqabad fort by Bus or Road, then you can come. Delhi City is well connected by road all over India. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Address and a google map of Tughlakabad Fort Address: Tughlaqabad Fort, Tughlakabad, New Delhi, Delhi 110044. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Images of Tughluqabad Fort Delhi. Click here to know about the Roopnath Temple of Madhya Pradesh. Other tourist places in Delhi If you have come to Delhi to see Tughluqabad Fort, then definitely see Delhi in Places. 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Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple is an ancient temple dedicated to the Hindu Goddess Lord Kali. This temple of Goddess Kali is situated at the foot of the hill of Malai Mandir in Ram Krishna Puram, Delhi. This temple is a temple built in Bengali style, the architecture, and design of the temple all reflect the Bengali civilization. Click here to know the history of Madan Mahal Fort. History of Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple The idea of establishing Kalibari came in 1967 at an informal meeting of some members of the Falguni Sangha Club of Sector 7, Ramakrishna Puram. The club organized Durga Puja in an open ground in the same year. The puja went well, but there was little extra money to start the construction of Kalibari. The members were intrepid and the search for a site was on. One winter morning, a pioneer swami came upon land at the foot of Malai hill and realized that the undulating land, slightly above ground level, but not too high, could be an ideal place for Kali to reside. The Welfare Association of Sector 7, Ramakrishna Puram wholeheartedly supported the idea. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. A temporary temple was constructed amid heavy rains on Saturday, 13 July 1968, and the idol donated by Mrs. Purnima Gupta was installed on the same day and the organizers started worshiping regularly. This small image is now preserved in the permanent temple as Adi Devi. An Ad-hoc Committee for Kalibari Association was constituted in July 1968. The wall worship of the temple was done on 20 July 1983. The foundation stone was laid by Swami Ranganathananda, Vice President of the Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, on 7 November 1983 in the presence of Shri Pranab Mukherjee and several other distinguished guests. This marked the beginning of the most active phase in the history of Kalibari. On the “Snan Yatra” date of Lord Jagannath, i.e. Thursday, 11 June 1987, the south Delhi Kalibari temple was consecrated with the installation of the twin idol of Goddess Makali, Lord Shiva, and Radha Krishna. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. The South Delhi Kalibari Trust The South Delhi Kalibari Trust was first formed in 1991 with Mr. Pranab Mukherjee, Mr. S. Bose Mullick, Mr. S. Samaddar, and Mr. Manas Dutta as members of the trust. The temple complex approved by the Urban Art Commission etc. includes the main temple including a discourse hall, pilgrimage shelter, library, dispensary, Durga Bedi, open-air theater, etc. Due to the paucity of funds only the development work of the first phase of the building for the temple along with the discourse hall and pilgrimage shelter has been completed. After depositing a sufficient amount, the work of the second phase will start. Click for information about Mata Sharda Temple of Jabalpur Madan Mahal. Festivals celebrated in South Kalibari Lord Shiva Temple in Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Mandir Many festivals and events are organized in Kalibari Mandi on time which is as follows. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. General Events Nabo Barsho Rakhi Purnima Janmashtami Durga Puja Lakshmi Puja Kali Puja Bhai Phota Jagaddhatri Puja Saraswati Puja Maha Shivratri Dol Jatra Bengali Events Poila Baishakh (Nabo Basrho) Murti Pratistha Divas (Snan Jatra) Rath Yatra Rakhi Purnima Janmashtami Mahalaya Panchami Shashthi Saptami Maha Ashtami Maha Nabami Dashami Lakshmi Puja Kali Puja Bhai Phonta Jagaddhatri Puja Saraswati Puja Dol Jatra Basanti Puja Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Timing of Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple 1st April – 30th September Morning:  6:00 AM – 12:20 PMEvening:  5:30 PM – 9:30 PM 1st October – 31st March Morning:  6:30 AM – 1:00 PMEvening:  4:30 PM – 9:00 PM Click here for History of Taj Mahal Aarti Timing in Kalibar temple 1st April – 30th September Mangal Aarti: 6:00 AMSandhya Aarti: 7:30 PM 1st October – 31st March Mangal Aarti: 6:30 AMSandhya Aarti: 7:00 PM Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. Nearest Metro Station for Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple Munrika Metro Station is the nearest metro station to South Delhi Kalibari. Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. How to reach Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple By Air: Indira Gandhi International Airport is the nearest airport to Delhi for Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple. The distance from the temple to the airport is 4.8 km. You can also take a private taxi or your own vehicle to reach the temple from the airport. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. By Train: There are 2 famous railway stations to reach Dakshin Delhi Kalibari temple by train, the first is the new Delhi railway station and the second is the Nizamuddin railway station both of these stations are from every city in India. The distance between New Delhi station and Dakshin Delhi Kalibari temple is 13 km, whereas from Nizamuddin it is only 13.8 km. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Address and Google map of Dakshin Delhi Kalibari temple Address: Palam Marg, Sector 7, Rama Krishna Puram, New Delhi, Delhi 110022 Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Images of Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple Click for Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple details. Other Tourist Places near Dakshin Delhi Kalibari Temple Delhi Malai Temple Delhi Qutub Minar Garden Of Five Senses Bhool Bhulaiya Mehrauli Archaeological Park Jahaz Mahal Alai Minar Darya Khan Tomb Rajon Ki Baoli Zafar Mahal Sanjay Van Lake Jamali Kamali Tomb Iltutmishs Tomb Tomb of Balban Muhammad Quli Khan Tomb Tomb of Azim Khan Tomb of Adham Khan AllaudinS Tomb and Madrasa Tomb of Imam Zamin Bade Mandir Lal Mahal Hauz I Shamsi Chattarpur Mandir Click here to know about the beautiful temples of Khajuraho. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Uttara Swami Malai Temple, also known as Malai Temple, located in RK Puram Sector 7 on Palam Road, Delhi, is a temple of South Indian civilization. This temple is dedicated to Lord Swaminath who is worshiped by the people of South India. He is also worshiped by the names of Murugan and Murugan Swami and Swaminath. This temple mainly displays South Indian civilization and culture. This temple is built according to the Chola style. All Hindu devotees come here but most people from Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada communities come for worship. Click here to know about Agrasen Ki Baoli. Why is this temple called Malai Temple? Malai Temple Delhi, India As we told you that Uttara Swamy Temple is also called Malai Temple and in the Tamil language the word Malai means hill. But those who don’t have the knowledge of Tamil language, think that in this temple, the Lord will be offered the food of Malai (Cream), or the Prasad of Malai (Cream) will be distributed so that the Malai temple is used. Due to being built on a hill, this temple is called Malai Temple. It is the tradition of Murugan temples to build a temple on a hill. All the temples of Lord Murugan are built on the mountain. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. History of Uttara Swami Malai Temple. Uttara Swami Malai Temple, Delhi The beginning of construction of the Uttara Swami Malai temple was done on 8 September 1965 by Shri Meenjor Bhaktavastaslam in a meeting organized under the leadership of Indian Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Sastri. Shri Meenjor Bhaktavastaslam the chief minister of Tamil Nadu. The main gate of the temple was established and consecrated on 7 June 1973. After this Shilp Kala Mandapam was established here on 18 September 1983. Apart from Lord Uttara Swami, the temples of Lord Karpaga Vinayak, Sri Sundeshwara, and Goddess Meenakshi were also constructed here. The temple of Navagraha deities and Adi Shankara Charya Hall have also been established here. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Interesting facts about Uttara Swami Malai Temple. Uttar Swami Malai Temple is built on a hill, hence it is also called Malai Temple. Malai means hill in the Tamil language. This temple is dedicated to Lord Swaminath who is also known as Murugan. This entire temple is made of granite stones, even the idol of the God here is to be made of black granite stones. The architecture of the temple is that of South Indian Chola Saili. The foundation stone of this temple was laid by Sri Meenjor Bhaktavastasalam. Click here for complete information about India Gate. How to reach Uttara Swami Malai temple By Air: Indira Gandhi International Airport is the nearest airport to Delhi for Uttara Swami Malai Temple. The distance from the temple to the airport is 4.8 km. You can also take a private taxi or your own vehicle to reach the temple from the airport. Click here to know about the Nishat Garden of Srinagar. By Train: There are 2 famous railway stations to reach Malai temple by train, the first is the new Delhi railway station and the second is the Nizamuddin railway station both of these stations are from every city in India. The distance between New Delhi station and Malai temple is 13 km, whereas from Nizamuddin it is only 13.8 km. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. By Bus: If you want to come to Uttara Swami Malai Temple by Bus or Road, then you can come. Delhi City is well connected by road all over India. Click here to know about the holy temple of Mata Vaishno Devi. Timing of Uttara Swami Malai temple. Summer (1 March – 31 October): 6.30 AM – 12.00 PM, 5.00 – 9.00 PM.Winter (1 November – 28 February): 7.00 AM – 12.00 PM, 5.00 – 9.00 PM. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. Aartis and Pujas are performed in Malai Temple. 8:18 AM: Shree Vinayakar Abhishekam 8:30 AM: Shree Sundareswarar Abhishekam 8:45 AM: Shree Devi Meenakshi Abhishekam 9:00 AM: Shree Swaminatha Swami Abhishekam 10:00 AM: Shree Navagrahas Abhishekam 5:45 PM: Shree Vinayakar Abhishekam 6:00 PM: Shree Sundareswarar Abhishekam 6:15 PM: Shree Devi Meenakshi Abhishekam 6:30 PM: Shree Swaminatha Swami Abhishekam Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Address and Google Map of Uttara Swami Malai temple. Address: Palam Marg, Sector 7, Rama Krishna Puram, New Delhi, Delhi 110022 If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. Images of Uttara Swami Malai temple. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Other tourist places in Delhi If you have come to Delhi to see India Gate, then definitely see Delhi in Places. Red Fort Lotus Temple Akshardham Temple Kalka ji temple, Delhi Humayun Tomb Rashtrapati Bhavan Garden of Five Senses Qutub Minar Jama Masjid National Museum Connaught Place shopping Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Ji Lodhi Garden Jantar Mantar Dilli haat INA Shri Laxmi Narayan Temple (Birla Mandir) National Gallery of Modern Art Safdarjung Tomb National Zoological Park Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum ISKCON Temple Delhi-Glory Of India & Vedic Cultural Centre, New Delhi Deer Park Shree Adya Katyayani Shaktipeeth Mandir Waste to Wonder Theme Park Shree Hanuman Temple Adham Khan’s Tomb Amar Jawan Jyoti Sultanpur National Park Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Talking about the places to visit in the city of Delhi, there are many places here that are perfect for visiting. We are going to tell you about such an ancient place. The place we are going to talk about today is Agrasen ki Baoli Delhi, it is located on Haley Road at Delhi’s Famous Connaught Place. It is also known as Ugrasen’s Baoli. Made of red sandstone this Baoli is said to be from the 14th century but many people also believe that it was built during the Mahabharata period. This is also a protected archaeological site. Despite being very old, this Baoli is still in good condition. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. It is believed that it was built by Maharaj Ugrasen, who was an ancestor of the Agrawal community. People come to Agrasen ki Baoli in their free time to visit, read books, and see the beauty of this magnificent Baoli. Agrasen Ki Baoli Delhi is as attractive and beautiful as it is surrounded by controversies, besides being beautiful, it is also called a haunted place. Click for information about India Gate. History of Agrasen’s Baoli, Delhi Agrasen ki Baoli Delhi The beginning of the construction of this Baoli is believed to be in the era of the 14th century, but if people believe, it was built in the Mahabharata period, which was built by Agrasen, the ancestor of the Agarwal community. Due to the lack of clear evidence and written historical information, its construction is unclear. Complete information about Kankali Devi Tigma Temple of Madhya Pradesh. It is believed that during the Mahabharata period, it was built by the Maharaja and ancestor of the Agrawal community, Agrasen. After that, in the 14th century, the people of the Agrawal community reconstructed and improved it. Seeing its architecture and design architecture, it is also linked to Lodhi and Tughlaq dynasties. The rulers of the Tughlaq and Lodi dynasties got it rebuilt during their rule. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. The architecture of Agrasen ki Baoli Agrasen ki Baoli Delhi The Baoli is made of red sandstones, the length of the Baoli is 60 meters and the height is 15 meters. Where all other Baolis of Delhi have been made circular, whereas Agrasen’s Baoli has been made Rectangular Shape. In its architecture, the ‘whale fish-like roof, four pillars combined pillar with ‘Chaitya Aakriti’s carving, and medal ornamentation used in the arc wing give it uniqueness. There are 105 steps to reach the top water level of this Baoli. As you enter under the Baoli, the heat subsides and you feel cool. Door-like shapes have been made on the left and right sides of this Baoli. On the west side is a mosque with three entrances. It is on a solid high platform with underground corridors on the sides. The architectural style also of the stepwell matches that of the later Tughlaq and Lodi periods (13th-16th AD). Click here to know about the Roopnath Temple of Madhya Pradesh. Why was this Baoli built? This Baoli was made for the women of that time to take baths and get relief from the heat. Here women used to bathe and spend moments of peace sitting together in the summer season and this Baoli was also used in the festival. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. It is also a haunted place Agrasen ki Baoli masjid Apart from being a Tourist place, Agrasen’s Baoli is counted among the Haunted places of Delhi and the country. As much as it is peaceful and relaxing to see the place from above, it is equally dangerous and intimidating when it goes down. As you go below this Baoli, it’s scary black water, and the negative energy below pulls you towards it. It is believed that many people have seen bad souls here and many times people have claimed to see the shadow of a ghost and the soul here. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. It is not known how true all these things are and how many lies. Its truth can be known only by research. Even after being a haunted place, people come here and have fun at this place. This Baoli is also famous for shooting films. The beauty and beautiful environment of this Baoli are so famous that even Bollywood is not untouched by it. Bollywood movies like PK, Jhoom Barabar Jhoom, etc have been shot here. Click here to know about Delhi Handcrafted Bazaar Dilli Haat. Interesting information about Agrasen ki Baoli. This Baoli was built during the period of Mahabharata and it was built by Agrasen, the ancestor of the Agrawal community. This Baoli was made in a Rectangular shape. Its construction was made to get coolness in the summer season and for bathing women. Red sandstone was used in its construction. Many films have also been shot here like PK, Jhoom Barabar Jhoom. Agrasen’s Baoli is in Connaught Place on Delhi Haley Road. This is one of the most haunted places in Delhi. There are 105 steps in this Baoli. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Timing of Agrasen ki Baoli 9 am–5:30 pm (All days) Click to know about the beautiful waterfalls of Jabalpur. Entry Fee There is no ticket fee to visit Agrasen Ki Baoli. It’s totally Free for people. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. How to reach Agrasen ki Baoli? By Air: If you want to come to Agrasen ki Baoli by air, then Indira Gandhi International Airport here is the best and it is connected to all the cities of India. Agrasen ki Baoli is 14 km away from the airport. You can easily reach here by taking a taxi from the airport. Click here to know about the Nishat Garden of Srinagar. By Train: There are 2 famous railway stations to reach Agrasen ki Baoli by train, the first is the new Delhi railway station and the second is the Nizamuddin railway station both of these stations are from every city in India. The distance between New Delhi station and Agrasen ki Baoli is 2.8 km, whereas from Nizamuddin it is only 7.1 km. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. By Bus: If you want to come to Agrasen ki Baoli by Bus or Road, then you can come. Delhi City is well connected by road all over India. Click here to know about the holy temple of Mata Vaishno Devi. Nearest metro station of Agrasen ki Baoli Delhi Barakhamba Metro Station is the nearest metro station for Agrasen ki Baoli. It’s 1KM away from Agrasen ki Baoli. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. Address and a google map of Agrasen ki Baoli Delhi Address: J6GG+C2F, Hailey Road, KG Marg, near Diwanchand Imaging Centre, New Delhi, Delhi 110001 Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. Images of Agrasen ki Baoli Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Other tourist places in Delhi If you have come to Delhi to see India Gate, then definitely see Delhi in Places. Red Fort Lotus Temple Akshardham Temple Kalka ji temple, Delhi Humayun Tomb Rashtrapati Bhavan Garden of Five Senses Qutub Minar Jama Masjid National Museum Connaught Place shopping Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Ji Lodhi Garden Jantar Mantar Dilli haat INA Shri Laxmi Narayan Temple (Birla Mandir) National Gallery of Modern Art Safdarjung Tomb National Zoological Park Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum ISKCON Temple Delhi-Glory Of India & Vedic Cultural Centre, New Delhi Deer Park Shree Adya Katyayani Shaktipeeth Mandir Waste to Wonder Theme Park Shree Hanuman Temple Adham Khan’s Tomb Amar Jawan Jyoti Sultanpur National Park Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
India Gate is a monument or mausoleum built in memory of Indian and British soldiers, which is located in the state of Delhi, India. This monument was built as a Commemoration to the memory of the soldiers who lost their lives in the First World War and the Afghan Wars. The height of this monument is 42 meters and the width is 9.1 meters. It was inaugurated by Lord Irwin, the Viceroy of India. this monument was designed by the architect Edwin Lutyens. It is one of the biggest graves of soldiers martyred in the First World War, along with it is also a famous tourist place. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. History of India Gate Delhi India Gate Delhi India Gate is a war memorial dedicated to Indian soldiers and was built during British rule. This monument was built by the British rulers for the 70,000 soldiers who lost their lives fighting in the First World War and the Afghan war. The credit for its construction goes to the Duke of Connaught, he laid the foundation stone of India Gate on 10 February 1921 and it was inaugurated on 12 February 1931. The Duke of Connaught was the 3rd son of Queen Victoria. The names of more than 13,516 Indian and British soldiers are written in this memorial. Red and yellow stones have been used to make this monument, which was brought from Bharatpur. Click here to know about Delhi Handcrafted Bazaar Dilli Haat. India Gate is similar to the Arch de Triomphe of France which is located in Paris. It is also a war memorial. At the top of the structure, the word INDIA is written and it is also adorned with an inscription of the Sun. The dates in Roman numerals are MCMXIV (1914 left) and MCMXIX (1919 right). Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. Amar Jawan Jyoti Beneath it, a war memorial was built after the independence of India, it was named Amar Jawan Jyoti. It was built in memory of the Indian soldiers who died in the 1971 India-Pakistan war. India Gate is the most visited tourist place in India and Delhi. Thousands of people from India and abroad come to Delhi daily to see it. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Interesting facts about India Gate Delhi Red and yellow stones have been used in India Gate, which was imported from Bharatpur. India Gate was designed by the architect Edwin Lutyens. It is 42 meters tall. India Gate looks somewhat like the Arch de Triomphe which is located in France. It was inaugurated by Viceroy Lord Irwin on 12 February 1931. The names of soldiers who lost their lives in the First World War and the Afghan War are inscribed on the walls of the memorial. The foundation stone of this monument was first laid by the Duke of Connaught on 10 February 1931. Another memorial named Amar Jawan Jyoti was added to this memorial in 1971 for the Indian soldiers who died in the Indo-Pakistani War. Here the flags of all three armies of India, the Army, Navy, and Air Force are hoisted. Click to know about the beautiful waterfalls of Jabalpur. Entry Fee Free (no-entry fee here). How to reach India Gate? By Air: If you want to come to India Gate by air, then Indira Gandhi International Airport here is the best and it is connected to all the cities of India. India Gate is 12.6 km away from the airport. You can easily reach here by taking a taxi from the airport. Click here to know about the Nishat Garden of Srinagar. By Train: There are 2 famous railway stations to reach India Gate by train, the first is the new Delhi railway station and the second is the Nizamuddin railway station both of these stations are from every city in India. The distance between New Delhi station and India Gate is 5.2 km, whereas from Nizamuddin it is only 6 km. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. By Bus: If you want to come to India Gate by Bus or Road, then you can come. Delhi City is well connected by road all over India. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Nearest metro station. The nearest metro station to India Gate is Central Secretariat which falls on the Yellow Line. Exit the station and take a bus or auto to reach India Gate. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. Address & Google Map Address: Kartavya Path, India Gate, New Delhi, Delhi 110001 Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Images of India Gate Delhi. Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. Other tourist places in Delhi If you have come to Delhi to see India Gate, then definitely see Delhi in Places. 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Kankali Devi Temple Tigawa (Tigma) is an ancient temple located in Tigawa Village at Bahoriband in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. Bahoriband is a tehsil of Katni district and it is 50 km away from Katni. The Kankali Devi temple is one of the ancient temples of the 5th century, which dates back to approximately 400-425 AD. Where Kankali Devi Temple is today, earlier there were 26 Hindu temples that were destroyed by foreign Muslim invaders. Now, out of 26 temples, only 2 temples are in good condition, one is a Kankali devi temple and the other is of Khadag wali devi (Lord Durga), the rest of the 24 temples have broken parts still present today. This place is also known by the names Tigwa, Tigawa Tigma and Tigwan. By looking at the Kankali devi temple and Goddess Durga (Kadag wali devi) existing here, you can see the unique art style of our times. Apart from this, there are 24 temples that have been destroyed, you will be shocked to see them. The facades of the broken temples are so beautiful and their design is so attractive that the question arises in the mind whether such beautiful craftsmanship was possible even at that time when there was no machinery present in that time. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Every day hundreds of people come here to see this temple, and seeing this ancient heritage and its borken parts, they are romantic as well as sad because of why this temple was demolished. Although very few people know this place, it is a very good tourist spot and picnic spot. People who like history and Indian culture and want to know about it must come here. Click for Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple details. History of Tigawa (Tigma) and Kankali Devi Temple Kankali Devi temple , bahoriband Katni Tigwa is a small village near the place named Bahoriband in the Katni district in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. Local people call this village by the name of Tigma or Tigwan. Today’s small village was under the rulers of the Gupta dynasty in ancient times and their rule used to run here. In this village, 26 Hindu temples were built by the Gupta rulers in the 5th century (400–425 AD). In all the temples, the stone was carved and their design and construction were so amazing that even in today’s era, there is no such thing possible as a so beautiful temple. In the temple idols and statues of Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva, Goddess Durga, Goddess Kali, Goddess Ganga, Seshnagh, Lord Ganesh, and other deities were made. You can get an idea of ​​the advanced and developed handicrafts of that time by looking at the Gods, Goddesses, and all other figures engraved on the stones and walls of the temples. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Tigwan temple sculpture, Bahoriband, Katni But unfortunately, out of these 26 temples, now only 2 temples are present in proper condition, the rest of the 24 temples have only ruins and broken parts left. This happened because, after the end of the Gupta dynasty, other state dynasties and foreign invaders attacked and damaged these temples. Especially the Mughals and other Muslim invaders are considered to be the reason for the destruction of these temples. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. Kankali Devi Temple Tigawa is a historical heritage of Madhya Pradesh, India. Tigma Temple Shiva Linga , Bahoriband, Katni The craftsmanship and design of the Kankali Devi Temple and the rest of the Broken Temples are very unique and rare. And it gives a glimpse of ancient Indian history and Hindu culture and tells us how rich and happy our Indian culture and its traditions were. Because of its importance, this place has been kept under the protection of Indian archaeology. This place has been declared a national asset. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Opening and closing time of Tigawa (Tigma) Kankali Devi Temple. 9 AM To 6 PM. (All Days) Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. How to reach Kankali Devi temple Tigawa (Tigma), Bahoriband? Tigwan Mandir Broken Parts By Air: The nearest airport near Tigawa Kankali Devi Temple is the Dumna airport of Jabalpur Then from there you will have to go to Tigawa Kankali Temple via Jabalpur by bus, or taxi. Airport 88 km is far from the temple. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. By Train: If you want to come to Tigawa (Tigma) Kankali Devi temple by train then the nearest railway station to Kankali Devi temple is Sihora Road. Tigawa Kankali temple is 33.5 km from Sihora Road station. From here you can go here by local taxi or rickshaw or by your own vehicle. Katni Junction is the second nearest railway station here. The distance from Tigwa Kankali Temple to Katni Junction Railway Station is 45km. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. By Road: You can also come to Tigawa (Tigma) Kankali Devi temple by road. Jabalpur and Katni is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. Address and Google map of Kankali Devi Temple, Tigma Bahoriband Katni Address: Kankali Devi Temple, Tigwan Bahoriband, Katni, Madhya Pradesh, India. Click here to know the history of Madan Mahal Fort. Images of Kankali Devi Temple Tigawa (Tigma), Bahoriband, Katni Know about Golden Temple Amritsar. Click for Details Other places to visit are near Kankali Devi temple Tigma. Roopnath Dham Bandar Chuha, Dham Suramya Park, Kataye Ghat. Jagrirti Park, Madhav Nagar, Katni. Badera Chaturyug Dham Vijayraghavgarh Fort Maa Vaishnav Devi Dhaam, Village Sungarha. 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Roopnath Dham is a tourist spot and religious place in Bahoriband Tehsil of Katni City. along with this, it is also an archaeological place. This place is very famous for its beautiful mountains and trees full of natural beauty and for waterfalls, ponds, and water pools. There is an ancient temple of Lord Shiva here which is built in the middle of the mountain and there is also a temple of Goddess Parvati, besides there is also a temple of Radha-Krishna and Ram Sita. Here Lord Shankar is known as Roopnatheswar and this place is also known by the same name. In the Roopnatheswar Temple, there is a Panchalingi idol of Lord Shiva, this idol is not found anywhere else in the whole world except here. This temple was built in ancient times. Along with being a religious place, it is also an area of ​​historical importance because the great Maurya emperor Ashoka also came here to propagate Buddhism. There is also a stone inscription of Emperor Ashoka here, on which 6 lines of lines are written in the Brahmi language of that time. The archaeological authorities have taken this rock article under their protection, Hindi translation of this article has also been done. The length of this inscription is 4.5 feet and the width is 1 foot. Click for information about Kankali Devi Temple Tigwa. Every day many people come to this place for a picnic and to have a view of Lord Shiva and also to see the inscription of Emperor Ashoka. Along with this, the hill scene here is also very attractive and beautiful which pulls people towards it. A fair is organized here between December and January and thousands of people come here during that time. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. The Religious and mythological history of Roopnath Dham. Roopnath Dham Bahoriband Katni There is an ancient legend associated with Roopnath Dham. In ancient times, there was a demon named Bhasmasur, who was created by Lord Shankar with his power. Lord Shiva had given him a boon that any creature on whose head he would put his hand, that creature would turn into ashes. But Bhasmasur had started misusing this boon and When Lord Shiva refused to do so, he tried to burn Shiva himself. Then Lord Shiva took shelter in a cave on a hill in Roopnath Dham to avoid Bhasmasur. Today there is a temple of Lord Shiva in this cave which is called Roopnatheswar temple. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. There is another legend as well, according to which when Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati got married, their marriage procession stopped at Roopnath Dham. Here Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva and all the members were rest here. There is also a temple of Goddess Parvati along with Lord Shiva. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Buddhism was propagated here by Maurya Emperor Ashoka. Maurya Samrat Ashok Sila Lekh (inscription of Maurya Samrat Ashok) Maurya Emperor Ashoka was a great world conqueror warrior, during his lifetime he ruled over the entire India. He fought and won many wars, but when he saw the devastation caused by the war, he gave up state comforts and adopted Buddhism. Ashoka propagated Bodh Dharma to spread Bodh Dharma and its knowledge across India. He also came to Roopnath Dham through the propagation of Buddhism and stayed here. He spent a lot of time here. He had also engraved some 6 lines in Brahmi script on a huge rock here. Even today this rock has been kept under the protection of archeology. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Roopnath Dham is also famous for Ram, Sita, and Laxman Kund. Roopnath Dham Katni Bahoriband. The natural beauty of this place is very breathtaking and the view here becomes even more beautiful during the rainy season. In the rainy season, a beautiful fountain is seen here, which falls on a Huge Pool below going from the mountains. Due to the waterfall, 3 small pools are formed here. All three Pools are known as Ram Kund, Sita Kund, and Laxman Kund. The view of all the pools (kundas) and the water falling on them becomes a very beautiful sight, people take photos and selfies here. There is water in all the kunds throughout the year, but there is a lot of water in the rainy season and there are trees and greenery all around. Click here to know the history of Madan Mahal Fort. It is also an archaeological site. Roopnath Dham Temple Building This place is an archaeological site because of Ashoka’s inscription, so this place has been declared of national importance. This is the only place in the entire Mahakoshal region where evidence of the Mauryan dynasty has been found. That’s why it is a rare and important place and its protection is necessary. Know about Golden Temple Amritsar. Click for Details What is worth seeing in Roopnath Dham? Roopnath Dham is a religious and historical place as well as it is also a place of archaeological importance. Some of the interesting things to see here are: Interesting information about the Katni City of Madhya Pradesh. Click Here 1.Roopnatheswar Temple Roopnatheswar Temple in Roopnath Dham, Bahoriband, Katni Roopnatheswar Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. In this temple, the Panchalingi Linga idol of Lord Shiva is enshrined. This temple is surrounded by mountains and the view of this temple is very beautiful and it is surrounded by mountains. There is also a cave inside this temple which is currently closed. One has to cross some stairs to reach this temple. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. 2. Mata Parvati (Goddess Parvati) Temple Mata Parvati (Goddess Parvati) temple in Roopnath Dham, Katni. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva’s wife and Adi Shakti Goddess Parvati. This temple is just a short distance from Roopnatheswar temple. There is also a cave near Parvati ji’s temple, but no one is allowed to enter this cave. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. 3. Inscription of Emperor Ashoka Samrat Ashok Ka Sila lekh (Inscription of Emperor Ashoka) The inscription of Emperor Ashoka is one of the main attractions of this place. Whoever comes here must visit this inscription. The writing of this inscription is very old, this script has been engraved on the stone in Brahmi. This inscription is associated with Mauryan Emperor Ashoka and Buddhism. Emperor Ashoka stayed at Rupnath Dham when he went out to propagate Buddhism and engraved this article on this rock. Click here to know about other tourist places in Bilhari, Katni. 4. Three-storied temple Roopnath Dham Temple There is also a three-storied temple here which has the idols of Lord Shiva and Nandi on the ground floor. There is a temple of Lord Krishna and Radha on its second floor and a Ram-Sita Maa temple on the last floor. There is also a temple of Lord Hanuman ji next to this temple. In which the idol of Lord Hanuman is enshrined. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Roopnath Dham fair organized Roopnath Dham Fair Every year a huge fair is organized in Roopnath Dham from December to January. There is a lot of activity at this fair. Hundreds of shops are set up here, in which food, clothes, bangles, bindis, and children’s toys are available. Thousands of people come here to see the fair, and many activities and fun events are also organized for this fair. There are swings and sweets for the children and a very fun-filled atmosphere. If you are also planning to visit Roopnath Dham, then you should go here only during this fair. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. Opening and closing time of Roopnath Dham. Roopnath Dham opens from 7 am morning to 7 pm in the evening. How to reach Roopnath Dham? By Air: The nearest airport to Roopnath Dham is the Dumna Airport of Jabalpur. The distance between Roopnath Dham from Dumna Airport is 73.5 minutes. Click to know about the beautiful Jagriti Park (Garden) of Katni Madhya Pradesh. By Train: If you want to come to Roopnath Dham by train then the nearest railway station is Sihora Road. Roopnath Dham is 31 km from Sihora Road station. From here you can go here by local taxi or rickshaw or by your own vehicle. Katni Junction is the second nearest railway station here. The distance from Roonath Dham to Katni Junction Railway Station is 53.5km. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. By Road: You can also come to Roopnath Dham by road. Jabalpur and Katni is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Address and Google map of Roopnath Dham Address: J2RJ+CRW, Sihora Rd, Darshani, Madhya Pradesh 483225. Click here for History of Taj Mahal Images of Roopnath Dham. Other places to visit are near Roopnath Dham Bahoriband Katni. Kankali Devi Temple, Tigawa, Bahoriband, Katni Bandar Chuha, Dham Suramya Park, Kataye Ghat. Jagrirti Park, Madhav Nagar, Katni. Badera Chaturyug Dham Vijayraghavgarh Fort Maa Vaishnav Devi Dhaam, Village Sungarha. Vishnu Varah Temple Karanpur Kamakandla Fort, Bilhari, Katni Maihar (Maa Sharda Temple) Click here to know about Sonamarg, Kashmir. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Bandar Chuha is a religious place and a holy temple situated in Tehsil Bahoriband of Katni City in the state of Madhya Pradesh. This place is 5 km away from Bahoriband, in Sipli village, on the banks of a river in a hilly area. There is a temple here, but to reach it one has to go through a dirt road, then cross a small bridge through hilly areas, and reaches the temple. After crossing the bridge, you find the temple of Lord Shankar and Hanuman ji which is a single-story building. Along with this, before crossing the bridge here, there is also a temple of Lord Ganesha and the family deity of the villagers, which falls in the lower area of ​​the bridge. There are some stairs on the left side of Lord Shankar and Hanuman ji temple, through which you can go to the temple and prayer place located on top of the mountain. From here you can see the beautiful view of the river and its surroundings from the top of the mountain. Click for information about Kankali Devi Temple Tigwa. Why is the place called Bandar Chuha (Monkey Rat)? Bandar Chuha, Bahoriband, Katni After all why this place is called Bandar Chuha (Monkey Rat)? This is because monkeys are found in abundance at this place and they do a lot of mischiefs. And this place got its name because of his mischiefs. Even today when you go here you will see many monkeys here. Click here to know about Roopnath Dham Bahoriband. How to Reach BandarChuha? bandar Chuha bahoriband, katni Bandar Chuha is located in Seepli village near Bahriband. To reach here you will have to take a bus or taxi from Katni or come to Bahoriband by yourself. After coming to Bahoriband, you will have to take an auto to go to Bandar Chuha or you can take a shared auto or you can go by your own vehicle. It is near Seepli village, 5 km away from Bahoriband. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Address and Google map of Bandar Chuha, Bahoriband, Katni Address: M2P5+QF, Pakar, Madhya Pradesh 483330. Click to know about the beautiful Jagriti Park (Garden) of Katni Madhya Pradesh. Images of Bandar Chuha, Bahoriband, Katni Other places to visit are near Bandar Chuha. Roopnath Dham Kankali Devi Temple, Tigma, Bahoriband, Katni. Suramya Park, Kataye Ghat. Jagrirti Park, Madhav Nagar, Katni. Badera Chaturyug Dham Vijayraghavgarh Fort Maa Vaishnav Devi Dhaam, Village Sungarha. Vishnu Varah Temple Karanpur Kamakandla Fort, Bilhari, Katni Maihar (Maa Sharda Temple) Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Shri Kalka Ji Temple of Delhi City is considered to be an ancient incarnation of Maa Durga and Adi Shakti, she is also considered a part of Goddess Parvati. This is a wonderful and very miraculous temple because all the wishes of the devotees are fulfilled here. The place where this temple is located is also known as Kalka ji. The mountain on which Kalka Devi resides is known by the name Suryakutta mountain. This temple was so famous and miraculous that the place came to be known by the name of this temple itself. According to the local people and stories, this temple is more than 5000 years old as it appears that Pandavas worshiped here before the Mahabharata war. Pandavas had worshiped Shri Kalka ji to get victory in the war and to acquire powers. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. Kalkaji Temple is also known as ‘Jayanti Peetha’ or ‘Manokamna Siddha Peetha’. Because it fulfills all the wishes of its devotees and provides fearlessness. By the way, this temple is very old, but from time to time many improvements and construction work were done. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. History of Shri Kalka ji Temple Shri Kalka ji temple The history of the Kalka ji temple is very ancient, it is believed that this temple was built during the Mahabharata period. After the construction of this temple, its improvement and reconstruction were also done several times. According to historical evidence, the modern form of the temple was built by the Maratha rulers in 1764. After this, during the reign of Akbar, King Kedarnath Namak Saksha got this temple rebuilt in 1816. Even in the 20th century, this temple was given a new design by Hindu followers and Hindu businessmen and many other temples were built around the temple. The place where this temple is situated belongs to the Baba and Brahmins living here and the same people do the work of worship and care in this temple today. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. The Mythology of Kalkaji Temple Shri Kalka ji temple entry gate According to ancient belief, where the temple of Mata Kalkji is today, there used to be temples of other deities at some distance. Some demons and evil powers used to trouble the deities here, these gods went to the father of the world, Brahma, to protect themselves from the demons and evil powers. When Brahma showed the inability to protect them, they all went to Goddess Parvati, then Goddess Parvati produced Goddess Bhairavi from her mouth to protect them. Goddess Bhairavi started killing those demons, but as soon as the blood of those demons used to fall on the ground, many more demons used to arise there. Then Goddess Parvati manifested Goddess Kali from the eyebrows of Goddess Bhairavi and Goddess Kali drank all the blood of a demon before falling into the earth and the demon and her powers were put to an end by this star. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. The architecture of Kalkaji Temple Shri Kalka ji temple Building The main form of the temple of Kalka is made of bricks and white marble, but its main part is made of white marble from the whole day, where the idol of Mother Kalka is sitting. As soon as you enter the temple, there are 12 gates to enter inside the temple, which represent the 12 zodiac signs. There is a statue of Mata Kali in the sanctum sanctorum inside the temple. There is also a stone statue of Mata Kali inside this temple on which her name is written. There are two statues of Sharon in the courtyard of this temple, which is made of sandstone. The verandah of the temple is 9 feet wide. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Opening and Closing time of Kalkaji Mandir, Delhi Kalkaji temple remains open from 4 am to 11:30 pm. Meanwhile, many aartis also take place in the temple. Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Festivals celebrated in Kalkaji Temple Kalka ji Temple Many festivals are celebrated throughout the year in Kalka ji temple with great pomp, but festivals like Vasant Navratri and Maha Navratri 2 are the main ones. Click here to know about Delhi Handcrafted Bazaar Dilli Haat. How to reach Shri Kalka ji temple By Air: Shri Indira Gandhi International Airport is the nearest airport to Shankaracharya temple. Shankaracharya temple is 17km away from here. This airport is well connected to other important cities like Jammu, New Delhi, Mumbai, Leh, Amritsar, and Bangalore. From the airport, you can reach Shri Kalka ji temple by taking a bus or taxi. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. By Train: If you want to come by Shri Kalka ji temple train, then the nearest railway station is Nizamuddin Railway station. The distance of Shri Kalka Ji Temple from Nizamuddin Railway Station is 7 km. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. By Road: You can also come to Shri Kalka ji temple by road. Delhi is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. Nearest metro station to Kalkaji Temple Kalka Ji Metro Station is the nearest metro station from here. It is only 450 meters away from Kalkaji temple, you can go there by auto or on foot. Address and Google map of Kalka ji Temple Address: Metro Station, Near, Ma Anandmayee Marg, NSIC Estate, Block 9, Kalkaji, New Delhi, Delhi 110019 Click to know about the beautiful waterfalls of Jabalpur. Images of Shri Kalka ji Temple, Delhi Click here for History of Taj Mahal Other Tourist Places in Delhi If you have come to Delhi to see Kalka Ji Temple, then definitely see Delhi in Places. 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Shri Bhakt Niwas Omkareshwar or Shri Gajanan Maharaj Sansthan, Shegaon is an ashram and Dharamshala located at Omkareshwar near Indore, Madhya Pradesh. This Dharamshala is very close to Omkareshwar Temple, its distance from Omkareshwar and Mamleshwar Temple is only 700 meters. Most devotees who come to visit Omkareshwar and Mamleshwar Jyotirlinga stop here. This entire complex is built on 4-6 acres of land. There are more than 100 rooms for the devotees to stay here and more than 200 beds are available. Bhakta Niwas has about 5 residential blocks spread in the area with greenery and a holy atmosphere. The entire campus of this place is full of lush green trees and beautiful flowers, which give different pleasure. There is a very beautiful marble temple of saint Gajanan Maharaj here. The temple here is one of the biggest attractions and its construction and workmanship are very beautiful. This Dharamshala was built by Gajanan Maharaj Sansthan, Shegaon which is a service organization. Gajanan Maharaj was a saint and this institution is also named after him. This saint was born in Shegaon, Maharashtra. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Things to see in Bhakta Niwas Omkaresh. If you are visiting here, then here are some places worth seeing which you can visit. 1. Gajanan Maharaj Temple Shri Gajanan Maharaj temple, Omkareshwar The Gajanan Maharaj Temple is a temple dedicated to a saint and the name of the temple has been kept in his name. The statue of Gajanan Maharaj is installed inside the temple. This entire temple is made of marble and very beautiful designs and carvings have been done on it. 2. Devi Ahilya Bai Temple Queen Ahilya Bai Temple There is also a small temple of Queen Ahilya Bai Holkar here. Ahilya Bai was the queen of Indore. And he also did a lot of social work. An idol of him is enshrined inside the temple. 3. Lord Krishna and Lord Shiva Statue Bhakt Niwas Dham Beautiful idols and tableaux of Lord Shiva and Lord Krishna are also kept here which look extremely beautiful. 4. Beautiful Garden There is also a garden with beautiful trees, plants, and flowers all around this Dharamshala, seeing which the mind becomes happy. The trees and plants of this garden add to the beauty of this place. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Food and tea, coffee facilities There is also a canteen available for food, where you can get food like at home. And there are also items of tea and coffee and snacks here. Click here to know about the Maihar Temple of Madhya Pradesh. Things to keep in mind in Bhakt Niwas Ashram Omkareshwar. Bhakt Niwas Ashram Omkareshwar There are some rules for living in Bhakt Niwas and inside its premises, which have to be followed by all the people going there. We have written those rules below: This is an Ashram and Dharamshala and a lot of attention is given to cleanliness here, so don’t throw any garbage or eatables here and there. Smoking and non-vegetarian are completely banned here. Photo clicking and video making are prohibited in the canteen area. Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. Bhakt Niwas Omkareshwar online booking There is no online booking here, if you want to book a room in the ashram, then you have to come here. Address and Google map of Shri Gajanan Maharaj Sansthan, Shegaon. Address: 65R3+F52, Bhakt Nivas, Omkareshwar, Madhya Pradesh 450554 Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Images of Shri Gajanan Maharaj Sansthan, Shegaon (Bhakt Niwas ashram Omkareshwar photos) Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Since ancient times, temples were an important part of our Hindu and Sanatan culture and were the center of faith and belief. Today we are going to tell you about one such temple. This temple is of Goddess Yogmaya who is also known as Jogmaya. Yogmaya temple is located in Delhi City Mehrauli, India, this temple is near Qutub Minar. This temple is only 2 km away from the Qutub complex, to reach this temple one has to go through a very narrow street. Goddess Yogmaya is believed to be the sister of Lord Shri Krishna. Whose birth took place from the womb of Mother Yashoda. This temple is more than 5000 years old. Yogmaya temple, Delhi was built during the Mahabharata period and it is said that it was built by the Pandavas. Mother Yogmaya was first established by Lord Krishna in this temple. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. The story of the birth of Goddess Yogmaya Yogmaya Temple Delhi According to the Hindu scriptures, there was a tyrannical king named Kansh in the Dwapar era, due to which everyone was troubled, he used to oppress everyone. Kansa was the king of Mathura. Kansa learns through Akasvani that his sister Devaki’s 8th child will kill him, so he imprisons his sister Devaki and her husband Vasudev in Mathura prison. This is where Shri Krishna is born. To keep Krishna safe from Kansh, Vasudev takes Lord Krishna from Prison to Mathura village at night when Devaki is asleep. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. Even in Mathura, a woman named Yashoda (Lord Krishna’s stepmother) gives birth to a girl child at the same time, Vasudev takes that girl from here to Mathura prison and leaves the child Krishna with mother Yashoda in place of the girl child. Yasoda does not know all this because she is asleep at that time. The next day, when Kansa learns that his sister Devaki has given birth to a girl child, he tries to kill that girl too, but the girl child flies into the sky. It is said that after escaping from the hands of Kansha, Mata Yogmaya gets divided into two parts, her head reaches Mehrauli where Yogmaya temple is today and the torso part goes to Vindhyachal, where she is known as Vindhyavasani. Where the mother’s head had fallen, there is the Yogmaya temple today. This temple is located in the Mehrauli area of Delhi. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. Yogmaya temple Mata Durga Sculptuure This temple was built by the Pandavas Jogmaya Temple Delhi In Dwapar Yuga, when the Pandavas won the war of Mahabharata, all the Pandavas along with Lord Krishna came here to have a darshan of Mata Yogmaya. Pandavas visited Mata Yogmaya and took her blessings. At that time the temple here was very small. Later the Pandavas got a temple constructed at this place and the idol of the Goddess is said to have been installed here by Lord Krishna himself. It is also said about this temple that Lord Brahma first worshiped here. After the construction, the temple has been renovated many times. Different rulers had got construction and improvement works done in this temple during their reign. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Architecture and design of the Yogmaya temple in Delhi. Yogmaya temple Delhi Yogmaya Temple is a very beautiful and unique temple, it has been created in the ancient Nagar Saili, and the entrance of this temple has been made in the shape of a snake, this snake is considered to be the form of Chintamaya. On entering from the entrance, you will find images of lord Vishnu and Goddess Durga, Goddess Lakshmi, and many other Gods and Goddesses engraved on the wall. The huge dome of this temple is also its main attraction. About Ujjain Mahakaleshwar Click Here the idol of Goddess Yogmaya is enshrined in the sanctum sanctorum of the temple. Here the head of the goddess is worshiped and it is in the form of a Pindi. Apart from Goddess Yogmaya, there are also idols of Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva, Bhairav, and Lord Kalki. Click for Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple details. Festivals are celebrated in Yogmaya Temple Yogmaya temple Laxmi Narayan Although people come to visit this temple throughout the year, on some special occasions and festivals, people come in thousands. In the festivals here, Phool Walon ki Sair is celebrated with great joy and gaiety, many cultural and spiritual programs are organized here on this day. Apart from this, the festival of Mahashivratri and Navratras is also celebrated here with great pomp and a huge crowd of devotees comes here for darshan. Click here to know about the beautiful temples of Khajuraho. How to reach Yogmaya temple By Air: If you want to come to Yogmaya Temple in Delhi by air, then Indira Gandhi International Airport here is the best and it is connected to all the cities of India. Yogmaya Temple is 12.3 km away from the airport. You can easily reach here by taking a taxi from the airport. By Train: There are 2 famous railway stations to reach Yogmaya temple by train, the first is the new Delhi railway station and the second is the Nizamuddin railway station both of these stations are from every city in India. The distance between New Delhi station and Yogmaya is 15 km, whereas from Nizamuddin it is only 13 km. By Bus: If you want to come to Yogmaya Temple by Bus or Road, then you can come. Delhi City is well connected by road all over India. Click to know about the beautiful waterfalls of Jabalpur. Nearest metro station to Yogmaya Temple Delhi. Qutub Minar Metro Station is the nearest metro station from here. It is 1km away from Yogmaya Temple. You can reach here by auto from the metro. Best time to visit Yogmaya temple You can visit Yogmaya temple anytime in the whole year, here devotees keep coming throughout the year. But it would be better to visit here on some special occasion, like the festival of Phool Walon Ki Sair is celebrated here between September and October. At this time, there is a fair-like view here. This festival is also called the floral festival. Apart from this, the festival of Maha Shiv Ratri and Nav Ratra is also celebrated here with great enthusiasm. Click here for History of Taj Mahal Yogmaya Temple opening and closing time The temple opens from 5:30 in the morning to 8:30 at night. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. Address and google map Yogmaya temple Address: Yogmaya, Kali Mata Mandir Rd, Mehrauli, Delhi 110030. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. 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Delhi Zoo or National Zoological Park is an endangered animal shelter located in Old Delhi and a major tourist and picnic spot. National Zoological Park is a zoological park filled with greenery and trees in the crowded city of Delhi, where very special species have been created to preserve and breed them. It is also known as Delhi Chidiya Ghar. Delhi Zoo is spread over an area of more than 176 acres and this park has more than 1300 species of animals and more than 127 species of birds. This animal park has many unique animals, if you are an animal lover, then definitely visit here once. Present time Delhi Zoo has Asiatic Lion, Royal Bengal Tiger, Brow-horned Deer, Swamp Deer, Blackbuck, White Deer, Leopard, One Horned Rhinoceros, Himalayan Black Bear, Jaguar, Chinkara, Wild Boar, Hippopotamus, Indian Rhinoceros Mosses like spider monkeys, and zebras are unique animals. Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. If you are bored and tired of life filled with the hustle and bustle of Delhi, then some moments of peace and romance can be enjoyed here and in a different way. It is also a best friends and family picnic place. There are also many species of birds here. There are many birds like peacocks, eagles and stork spoonbill, etc. Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. History of Delhi Zoo National Zoological Park, Delhi The National Zoological Park, also known as Delhi Zoo, was established on 1 November 1959. This park has proved to be a great holiday destination for Delhiites and tourists. This was also the main purpose of its establishment. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. In 1982, due to being the ideal birdhouse of the country, it has been given the status of National Zoological Park, hence it has come to be known as National Zoological Park later. People come here on their holidays and spend their moments of happiness and spend their time among the animals here and the green trees and plants. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. Animals and Birds to see at Delhi Zoo or National Zoological Park. National Zoological Park Animal The National Zoological Park is full of many rare animals and beautiful birds and it is spread in a huge picture. As soon as you come inside the Delhi Zoo, the living conditions of the animals and the sound of birds attract your attention. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. There are such as Indian rhinoceros, chimpanzee, Royal Bengal tiger, deer, blackbuck, white buck, leopard, one-horned rhinoceros, Himalayan black bear, Asiatic lion, jaguar, chinkara, wild boar, hippopotamus, spider monkey, and zebra, etc. Many more animals can be seen. There are many species of birds, including peacocks, parrot species, eagles and storks, spoonbill, etc. There are many other species of birds. The Delhi Zoo also has many species of reptiles, including snakes, Indian rock pythons, tortoises, and Indian cobras. Click here to know about Delhi Handcrafted Bazaar Dilli Haat. National Zoological Park opening and closing timings. The National Zoological Park opens at 9:30 in the morning and closes by 4:30. The park is quite big, so if you want to come here, then come here for at least 2 hours. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. Entry fees of National Zoological Park. Entrance Fees Rs. 80 (adults), Rs. 40 (children), Rs200 (foreigners), Rs. 100 (foreigners children), and Camera Charges Rs.50. Click to know about the beautiful waterfalls of Jabalpur. Best time to Visit Delhi Zoo (National Zoological Park) Delhi Zoo Pond By the way, Delhi Zoo is open throughout the year, you can go here in any season, hot or cold. If you go here in the summer season, then you get a chance to see many species of birds. In the summer season here you will get a chance to see Brown Dove, Ring Doves, and Little Cormorant Birds. In the winter season, you get the opportunity to see Common Swallows, Various Wagtail Birds, and Tailor Birds. Click here for History of Taj Mahal How to reach the National Zoological park? Delhi Chidiya Ghar If you want to go to Delhi Zoo, then all types of transport are available here in Delhi by which you can reach the zoo. By Train: The nearest railway stations to reach Delhi Zoo are New Delhi Railway Station and Old Delhi Railway Station. The distance of the National Zoological Park from the New Delhi Railway is 6 km and if you want to come here from Old Delhi then you will have to travel 11 km. By Air: The nearest airport is Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. You can fly to Delhi from any airport in the country. The distance from Delhi Zoo to Indira Gandhi International is 15km. By Road: If you want to visit Delhi Zoo by road, then Delhi City is connected to Delhi Zoo in every way, you can come here from any place. You can get here by bus, taxi, or your own vehicle. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Nearest Metro station of Delhi Zoo. Pragati Maidan metro and Khan Market metro are the nearest metro stations to Delhi Zoo, Delhi Zoo is just 2km away from here. About Ujjain Mahakaleshwar Click Here Things to keep in mind in National Zoological Park. It is important to keep some things in mind in Delhi Zoo, if you also go here, then take care of these divisions. Do not give anything to eat or drink to any animal here and do not go near them. This can result in damages for both you and the animal. It is forbidden to pluck flowers inside the park, if you are found doing so, you may have to pay a fine. Some places in this animal park come in a restricted area, so do not go to those places. It is forbidden to play loud music or any musical instrument inside the zoo as it can disturb the animals and may even attack them. Bringing outside food is not allowed here. If you want to eat something, there is a canteen here from where you can buy and eat something. Battery rickshaws run here to go from one place to another, you can sit on them and see the whole zoo. The park is very big, so if you are planning to come here, then the time of at least 2 horses has come out. Click for Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple details. Address and Google map of Delhi Zoo (National Zoological Park). Address: Mathura Rd, near Purana Qila, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, Delhi 110003 Click to know about the beautiful Park (Garden) of Katni Madhya Praadesh. Video of Delhi Zoo (National Zoological Park). Click here to know about the beautiful temples of Khajuraho. Images of Delhi Zoo (National Zoological Park) Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. Places to visit near National Zoological Park. Purana Qila Swaminarayan Akshardham Humayun Tomb Sunder Nursery Vishwa Shanti Stupa National Gallery of Modern Art Children’s Park Crafts Museum Isa Khan’s Tomb National Science Centre Kumar Gallery Sher Mandal Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Raghunath Temple, which is located in Jammu, India’s most beautiful state of Jammu and Kashmir, this temple is dedicated to the chief of India, Lord Rama. Here Lord Rama is called by the name of Raghunathji. According to Hindu religious texts, Lord Rama is considered an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The temple was built by the Dogra king’s dynasty of Kashmir, this temple is built in a huge complex, in which idols and paintings of many gods and goddesses have been established. Click here to know about the holy temple of Mata Vaishno Devi. There are idols of many deities in this temple but the idols of Lord Rama, Sita, and Laxman Ji are very huge. Many characters from the Ramayana period have also been shown in the temple through sculptures and pictures. The main idol of Lord Rama in this temple was brought from Ayodhya. In this temple, the idols of Shaligram of 33 crore deities are also enshrined. On seeing this temple from the outside, you will see 4 Kalash inside the temple which makes this temple special. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. Apart from Lord Ram in this temple, there are also temples of Hanuman, Lord Shiva, Vishnu, Lord Ganesh, etc. Many walls and other parts of the temple are decorated with gold. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. History of Raghunath Ji Temple Raghunath Temple Jammu Raghunath Temple is one of the major temples of India and Jammu. The temple’s splendor can be gauged from the fact that thousands of people visit the temple every day. The construction of this temple was started by Raja Gulab Singh in 1835 and its construction was completed by his son Raja Ranveer Singh. According to the estimate, the temple was ready by 1860. Click here to know about Sonamarg, Kashmir. There is also an ancient legend about the construction of this temple. It is said that Raja Gulab Singh was asked by a great saint Ramdash Bairagi to build the temple. Ramdas Bairagi was A great saint from Ayodhya who came to Jammu to propagate the life and ideals of Lord Ram. Ramdas Bairagi lived in Sui Simbli Village of Jammu and it was here that he built the first temple of Lord Ram. Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Char Dham Darshan Raghunath Temple Inner view One of the specialties of Raghunath temple is that different rooms have been built in this temple for many deities and pilgrimage sites of India. In such temples, the temples of Char Dham of Hindus have been built here. The four Dhams are Rameshwar Dham, Dwarkadish Dham, Badrinath Dham, and Kedarnath Dham. Any devotee who is not able to visit Char Dham in a different place can visit the Char Dham here together and get virtuous results. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. 33 crore deity’s place In the Raghunath temple, 33 crore deities mentioned in Hindu religious texts are also shown in a room. In this room, many small stone lings have been made which show 33 crore deities. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Terrorist attack in Raghunath Temple All the major Hindu temples of Jammu, including the Raghunath temple, are kept under the strict supervision of the security forces. There is a special reason behind this and that reason is the terrorist attack in 2002. In 2002, terrorists attacked this temple and opened fire on the devotees, in which many people were killed and many people were also injured. After this attack, the temple was closed for 11 years. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. After 11 years in 2013, this temple was reopened for the devotees. Timing of Raghunath temple 10 AM to 9 PM (All Days) Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. How to reach Raghunath temple, Jammu? By Air: Srinagar International Airport is the nearest airport to Raghunath temple. Raghunath temple is 4km away from here. This airport is well connected to other important cities like Jammu, New Delhi, Mumbai, Leh, Amritsar, and Bangalore. From the airport, you can reach Raghunath temple by taking a bus or taxi. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. By Train: If you want to come by Raghunath temple train, then the nearest railway station is Jammu Tawi Railway station. The distance from Raghunath temple is 2km less than Srinagar railway station. By Road: You can also come to Raghunath temple by road. Jammu is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here for the History of the Taj Mahal Address and Google map of Raghunath temple Address: PVH7+W2J, Raghunath mandir chowk Jammu city, Jammu and Kashmir 180001 Click here to know about Delhi Handcrafted Bazaar Dilli Haat. Images of Raghunath temple ISKCON Temple Delhi-Glory Of India & Vedic Cultural Centre, New Delhi Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Sonamarg Hemish Kishtwar Doda Nishat Garden Dachigam National Park Vaishno Devi Dham, Katra Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Hari Mahal Palace Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Gurdwara is considered a holy place of Sikhs, but it is not limited to the people of the Sikh sect, but here people of every religion are always welcome. Today we are going to tell about the such Guru Dwara, which is known for its unique charm and holiness. The name of the Gurdwara we are talking about is Gurdwara Chatti Patshahi, it is also called Gurdwara Chati Patshahi, Srinagar. This Gurudwara is located in the Kathidarwaza area of ​​Srinagar in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. This is a historical gurudwara, In this gurdwara, the 6th Guru of Sikhs, Hargobind Singh had come through his Kashmir Journey and stayed here. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. History of Gurudwara Chati Patshahi, Srinagar Gurudwara Chati Patshahi Chatti or Chati Patshahi Gurudwara is a major center of faith of Sikhs and Hindus located in Srinagar, besides being a Gurudwara it’s also a famous tourist spot. This Gurudwara is also associated with the 6th Guru of the Sikhs, Hargobind Singh, it is said that he stayed at this place when he was in Kashmir in 1616 for preaching and roaming. Later this place was converted into a Gurudwara and it was named Chati Patshahi Gurudwara as the 6th Guru Hargovind Singh stayed there. Click here to know about Sonamarg, Kashmir. This Gurudwara also has a beautiful garden along with the beautiful building of the Gurudwara, where beautiful plants and flowers are planted. There is also a Hospice for travelers to stay a short distance from the Gurudwara, where they can stay by paying very little fare. If you ever visit Srinagar, then definitely visit here and definitely stay in Hospice here. Click here to know about the holy temple of Mata Vaishno Devi. How to reach? By Air: Srinagar Airport is the nearest airport. Srinagar Airport is 14km away from here. From the airport, you can come here by auto or taxi. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. By Train: Udhampur Railway is the nearest railway station here. Udhampur Railway Station is 183km away from Gurdwara. Another nearest railway station is Jammu Tawi. It is 254 less away from Gurudwara. By Road: You can also come to Gurudwara Chati Patshahi by road. Srinagar is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Address & Google map of Gurudwara Chati Patshahi, Srinagar Address: 4R3C+7R7, Nowhatta, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190003 Click here to know about Nishat Garden of Srinagar. Images of Gurudwara Chati Patshahi, Srinagar Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Top tourist places near Gurudwara Chati Patshahi Hari Parbat / Koh-i-Maran Nigeen Lake Dal Lake Jamia Masjid Srinagar Shankaracharya temple, Srinagar Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden Floating Vegetable Market (SM) Hazratbal Masjid Shah Kashmir Arts Emporium Shalimar Bagh Mughal Garden Pari Mahal Masjid Dastgeer Sahib Roza Bal Shah E Hamdan R.H Mosque Chashma Shahi Garden Khanqah-e-Moula Pathar Masjid Shikara Ride The Heritage Group Of Houseboats Srinagar Tourism The Mughal Sheraton Houseboat New Bombay Heritage Group Of Houseboats White House Group of Houseboats Nehru Park Floating Post Office Apollo eleven group of houseboats SPS Museum Zero Bridge Royal Springs Golf Course Hari Parbat Fort Nelo Arts Zabarwan Park Naseem Bagh Char Chinar Dal lake Boston Gulistan Group of Houseboats Yatra Bhawan (Durga Nag Trust) Anchar Lake Kashmir Government Arts Emporium Khusal Sar Apharwat Tour And Travels Khanqah Naqshband Sb Shah Travels Pvt. Ltd. Prince of Kashmir Tiger Hill Tours and Travels Baba Demb Dargah Market Shree Kheer Bhawani Durga Temple Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Sonamarg Hemish Kishtwar Doda Nishat Garden Dachigam National Park Vaishno Devi Dham, Katra Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Hari Mahal Palace Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Everyone sometimes gets upset with their daily life and looks for moments of relaxation and they get these moments on holidays. Today we are going to tell you about Dal Lake, the famous place of Srinagar, India, whose beauty will make your health happiness and will take you to a different world, you will feel like heaven. Click here to know about the Nishat Garden of Srinagar. Dal Lake is included in the most beautiful and second largest lake in Srinagar, this lake is surrounded by beautiful hills from 3 sides. Dal Lake is known for its beauty as well as its vast area the lake is spread over a large area of ​​18 km. This lake is divided into 4 major parts Gagribal, Lokut Dal, Bod Dal, and Nagin. Dal Lake is one of the favorite places of Indian and foreign tourists, people come here to enjoy the coolness of the summer season and enjoy the beautiful views of the lake. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. What’s worth seeing and doing in Dal Lake? Dal Lake is the most beautiful lake in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, but apart from its beauty, there is much more that makes it special. There is a lot to do here which can make you feel very happy and blissful. Here you can: Click to know about the beautiful Pahalgam of Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir Shikara Boat Ride Dal Lake Shikara Ride Shikara is a small boat floating on the Dal Lake, in which people sit and enjoy the views of the Dal Lake. Up to 4 people can sit comfortably in a shikara and 6 people can also sit if they want. By sitting in Shikara, you can see all the spectacular natural views of Dal Lake, you can also see the beautiful mountains here through Shikara. All the places of interest in Dal Lake like Char Chinar, Nehru Park, Kabootar (Pigeon) Khana, etc., all have to be seen and visited by this shikara boat. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Beautiful Houseboat Dal Lake Houseboat Houseboats are fixed hotels or houses floating on the Dal Lake which have been built for the tourists to stay. Houseboats are like a very beautiful house and their exterior and interior decoration and design are very beautiful, these houses are mainly made of wood. To make the tourists feel comfortable, this houseboat is decorated with beautiful carpets, chandeliers, and beautiful carvings. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Char Chinar Char Chinar Dal lake This is an island located in Dal Lake. This island is surrounded by four poplar trees from all sides, hence it is called Char Chinar. It is also known as Char Chinari. Char Chinar was built by the Mughal emperor, Murad Baksh. It is the most beautiful and famous of all the places to see in the Dal Lake, all the tourists who come to the Dal Lake definitely go here. Know about Golden Temple Amritsar. Click for Details Nehru Park Nehru Park is also a green and beautiful park in the same Dal Lake, where you can roam. The beautiful greenery of Yaha will take you to a different world. You can reach here by riding Shikara. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Kabootar Khana Kabootar (Pigeon) Khana is also a beautiful place here, which is filled with green lotus and lily plants. It is a small island that is said to have been built by the king of Kashmir, Karan Singh, for his personal use. Pigeons also come here in large numbers, so it is also called pigeon food, for the time being, it has been banned for tourist people. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Shops are set up on the shikara. If you are a shopping lover, then you will also like the market on Shikara Boat in Dal Lake, where you can find fashion items like jewelry and Kashmir culture. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. You can also do photography here Mountain view in Dal Lake If you are fond of clicking photos and photography, then there are many such views in Dal Lake which will help in fulfilling your hobby. The lakes here can take photos of beautiful views and you can capture memorable moments with the camera by visiting the Char Chinar Islands too. Local photographers are also available here, from whom you can get your photo clicked and some people also rent Kashmiri clothes here, which you can click photos by wearing. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. Interesting facts about Dal Lake Dal Lake is the most beautiful lake in Srinagar and the second-largest lake in the region. Many Bollywood films have been shot in Dal Lake. The film Haider and Kashmir’s Kali movie has been shot here. There are many places in Dal Lake that are very attractive like Char Chinar, Houseboat, Floating Garden, and Nehru Park. Dal Lake is surrounded by hills on 3 sides. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Best Time to Visit Dal Lake May to November is the best time to visit Dal Lake as the climate is pleasant. During winter, it gets extremely cold. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. Entry time of Dal Lake Shikara ride is open on all days: 06:00 AM to 06:00 PM. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Entry Fee Entry fees and Shikara ride charges in Dal Lake are not fixed. you will get different charges all the time, so for the information about this charge, you have to come here and find out. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. How to Reach Dal Lake By Air: The nearest airport to Dal Lake in Srinagar (SXR) Airport which is 16.6 km away. Other nearby airports include Jammu (IXJ) (160.5 km). Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. By Train: The nearest railway station to Dal Lake in Srinagar Railway Station. Srinagar railway station is 22 km away from Dal Lake. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. By Road: You can also come to Dal lake by road. Srinagar is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Address & Google map of Dal Lake Address: Dal Lake Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir, India – 176216 Video of Dal Lake Srinagar Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Images of Dal Lake Srinagar Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. 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Maa Vaishno Devi Katra, which is an ancient temple dedicated to Mother Shakti, is here from Mata Vaishnavi Treta Yuga. Vaishnav Devi Temple is situated on a huge and beautiful Trikuta hill in the Jammu district of Jammu and Kashmir state. This temple is located at a place named Katra in Jammu and Kashmir the distance of the temple from Katra is 12 km and this temple is at an altitude of 5200 feet. According to the report, it is believed that this is the second temple in the whole of India which is filled with the most visitors. The first temple is Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, which is visited by the maximum number of devotees throughout the year. As such, in the Vaishno Devi temple, lakhs of devotees keep visit the temple throughout the year, but when the time of Navaratri or Navdurga comes, then this number reaches crores. Click here to know about Sonamarg, Kashmir. Maa Vaishno Devi Katra is the incarnation of superpowers. Vaishnav Devi Dham Katra In a cave in the hills of Trikuta in Katra city of Jammu, Mata Rani is in the form of 3 superpowers. These powers are goddess Kali, goddess Laxmi, and goddess Saraswati, whose combined form is called Vaishnavi. This divine is seated here in the form of Pindi. The length of this cave is 98 feet. These goddesses have been enshrined in the platform built in this cave. In Treta Yuga, 3 goddesses Laxmi, Kali, and Saraswati were born in the form of a girl whose name was Vaishnavi, she is also called Trikuta. Click here to know about Nishat Garden of Srinagar. The place where Maa Vaishno Devi is situated is called Bhawan, where Mata Vaishnav killed Bhairav Nath. Mother had separated Bhairav Nath’s head from his body and his torso had fallen here and his head had fallen 3 km away. Where Bhairav Nath’s head fell, there is a temple of Bhairav Nath Ji today. It is believed that after the view of Mata Vaishnav Devi, it is necessary to visit Bhairav Nath. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. Vaishnavi was a great devotee of Lord Rama and had considered Rama as her husband in her mind and wanted to marry him. When Vaishnavi expressed her desire to marry Shri Ram, Lord Rama told her that in this birth I have taken a wife’s fast, so I cannot marry anyone other than Sita. Shri Ram said that when I will take the Kalki incarnation in Kali Yuga, then I will marry you till then you will have to wait. Since then till today Mata Vaishnavi is waiting for the Kalki avatar of Shri Ram. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. The mythology of Mata Vaishnav. Vaishnav Devi Yatra A long time ago there was an Aghori monk named Bairav Nath, when he saw Mata Vaishnavi, he was fascinated by her beauty and started chasing her. Mata Vaishnavi escaped from there and went to a cave. Bhairav Nath was following them. The mother had merged in the cave by changing into air form. When Bairav Nath also tried to enter the cave, a monk standing outside the cave said that Bhairav, whom you are thinking of as a simple girl, is himself an incarnation of Shakti. That’s why Mata should stop chasing Vaishnavi but Aghori did not listen to the monk. Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. When Bhairavnath forcibly tried to enter the cave, Mahabali Hanuman, who was guarding the outside of the cave, stopped him, then a great war broke out between Lord Hanuman and Bhairav Nath. The war between Lord Hanuman and Bhairav Nath went on for a long time, after that Mahavir Hanuman was about to kill Bhairav, at the same time Mata Vaishnavi had come there. He told Hanuman Ji that Mahabali Hanuman, his death will not be from your hands but by me. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. After that Mata Vaishno asked Bhairav to go back again but Bhairav did not agree then Mata Vaishnava took the form of Shakti and killed him. Vaishnav maa had cut off Bhairav’s head from his body. After cutting off the head, Bhairav Nath apologized to the Vaishnava maa. Then the compassionate mother forgave Bhairav and said that in the future when people worship me, then it will be necessary to worship you after me. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. History of Maa Vaishnav Devi, Katra temple Vaishnav Devi Katra, Jammu & Kashmir This thing is very old, about 700 years ago, a Brahmin named Sridhar lived in Hansali village near Katra. Sridhar was very poor but he was a great devotee of Mata Vaishnav Devi. He was always absorbed in the devotion of Vaishnava’s mother, he did not have any sorrow about his being poor. Click here to know about Nishat Garden of Srinagar. Once Shridhar was asked by the Mata to worship him in a dream and perform Bhandara in his name. Shridhar went to every house in the village and demanded the necessary ingredients for the Bhandara, some people helped Shridhar and gave them the necessary items for cooking and food. Sridhar had got the material, but it was not enough to get the Bhandara done, so Sridhar started getting very worried. And when the day of Bhandara came, Sridhar started thinking that how the whole village would be stocked with such little food and there was not much space in his house to accommodate the villagers. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. The people of the village started coming to eat the Bhandara. Sridhar’s hut was small but by the grace of Mata Vaishnav, everyone was going to sit very easily in the hut and the place of the hut had increased on its own. Then suddenly a girl came among the people and started serving food to the villagers and people started eating food, slowly the whole village had eaten the food. Bhairav Nath also came in this Bhandara, Bhairav asked Mata Vaishnavi to serve meat. Mother said that this is a Bhandara of a Brahmin’s house, so the meat will not be given there. Bhairav extended his hand to catch the Vaishnava Devi, but the mother turned into the air and flew towards Trikuta mountain. Vaishno Devi indicated to Sridhar to be on her Trikuta mountain. Since then till date, Sridhar’s family is worshiping in Mata Vaishnav temple. Click to know about the beautiful Pahalgam of Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir The main places to visit in Vaishnav Dham. The main stops of the Vaishnav Devi Yatra : Charan Paduka Charan Paduka temple Charan Paduka is the first stage or the first point of the Vaishnav Devi Yatra. This is the place where Lord Vaishnavi stayed for some time and saw where the cruel Bairav Nath is. Even today there are both the footprints of Vaishnav Devi at this place. The devotees who come for darshan definitely go to see it here. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. Banganga Bagnganga Vaishnav Devi Banganga is the place where Maa Vaishnava took out the Ganges water from the rock using an arrow to quench the thirst of Lord Hanuman. And he also washed his hair with this Ganges water. Even today, devotees take a bath here before having the darshan of the mother. It is said that bathing here destroys all the sins of the devotees. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Ardhkuwari gufa(Cave) Ardhkuwari Gufa (Cave) Ardhkumari Cave also known as Adikumari and Garbhajuna is the cave where Mata Vaishnav took shelter to hide from Bairav Nath. In this cave, Vaishnava maa did meditation and penance for 9 months, after which she went out from the other end of the cave. It is said that women who cross this Garbhajun cave get a lot of relief from the pain caused by pregnancy. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Bhawan The Bhawan is the main temple of Vaishnava Devi Maa where the self-proclaimed 3 forms of Vaishnava Devi are in the form of Pindi. Here Vaishnava Devi is in the form of Goddess Kali, Goddess Laxmi, and Goddess Saraswati. The distance from Katra to Bhawan is 12 km. Bhawan is the place where Vaishnava’s mother killed Bhairav Nath. When Vaishnav mother killed Bhairav Nath, his body had fallen here and his head had fallen 3 km away. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Bhairav Nath Temple Bhairav Nath Temple Vaishnav Devi Katra Bhairav Nath Temple is the place where Bhairav Nath’s head fell. Today there is a temple of Bhairav Nath Ji here. Devotees visit Bhairav Nath after having darshan of Mata Vaishnav. It is believed that if you do not visit Bhairav Nath after seeing the mother, then the journey is considered incomplete. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Things to remember during Vaishnav Devi Yatra. Vaishnav Devi Yatra registration mandatory. It is mandatory to get it registered before the journey, without this you cannot go to Vaishnav Devi Dham. This registration takes place before the commencement of the journey at Katra. This registration is free, no payment is required for this. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. An identity card is mandatory. It is mandatory for you to have a valid Id proof and address proof for the journey, otherwise, your Vaishno Devi Yatra will not be registered. This ID is proof of voter ID, driving license, and Aadhaar card whatever you have with you. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Vaishno Devi Climbing Options If you want to climb Vaishno Devi from Katra, then you can do it in 2 ways, the first option is the 12 km on the footway. It is also right to go on the way. If you are not afraid of fatigue. The walkway is very good and the place is a place to eat, drink and relax. Another option is that if you don’t want to go on foot, there are also arrangements for horses, mules, and palanquins, which you can pay for by sitting on them. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Best time to visit Vaishnav Devi temple Vaishno Devi remains open for pilgrims throughout the year, but the best time to visit is between the months of March and October. A lot of pilgrims visit Vaishno Devi between these months as the weather is cool and pleasant, but most of the visitors plan their visit during Navratras. Click here to know about Red Fort. How to reach Maa Vaishnav Katra By Air: Jammu Airport is the nearest airport to Vaishnav Devi Dham, Katra. Vaishnav Devi Temple is 50km away from here. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. By Train: The nearest railway station from Katra is the Udhampur railway station. The distance from Katra to Udhampur railway station is 42km. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. By Road: You can also come to Vaishnav Devi Katra by road. Vaishnav Devi Katra is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Address and google map of Maa Vaishnav Katra Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Images of Maa Vaishnav Katra Top tourist places near Vaishnav Devi Katra Chenab Rail Bridge Baba Dhansar Shalimar Park Bhimgarh Fort Banganga Temple Banganga Check Post Salal Dam Group Of Temples/ Pandavas Raghunath Temple, Jammu Devi Pindi Mata Mandir Deva Maai Mandir Gauri Bhawan Aghaar Baba Jitto Panchari Hill Station Sihad Baba Waterfall Panchari Hills Udhampur Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Pahalgam Hemish Kishtwar Doda Nishat Garden Dachigam National Park Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Hari Mahal Palace Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Shankaracharya Temple is an ancient temple located in Srinagar city of Jammu and Kashmir state of India, this temple is more than 200 years old. This temple was built by King Gopadatya of Kashmir, hence this temple was called Gopadari temple after his name. When Adi Guru Shankaracharya stayed at this temple during his visit to Kashmir, this temple was named Shankaracharya. This temple is located in the Shankara Charya mountain of Kashmir, also known as the Gopadri mountain. The height of this temple is 1100 feet above sea level. Due to being at such a height, it is also called Takht-a-Sulaiman. This temple is also called Paspahad. Click here to know about Sonamarg, Kashmir. History of Shankaracharya Temple Shankaracharya Temple is an ancient temple located in Kashmir and the devotees have a lot of unwavering faith and devotional love from this temple. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. If we talk about the history of the temple, then this temple dates back to 371 BC and it was built by King Gopadatya of Kashmir, it is believed that Gopadatya was a great devotee of Lord Shiva. This temple was built entirely of stones. Jagat Guru Shankaracharya, who was a philosopher and great religious guru, stayed at the Shankaracharya temple during his visit to Kashmir. Shankaracharya had meditated and penanced here for a long time, even today his place of residence remains here, whose devotees people visit. After some time the name of this temple was changed to Shankaracharya Temple. Click here to know about Nishat Garden of Srinagar. The temple did not have good stairs, so sometime after the construction of the temple, Maharaja Gulab Singh of Dogra got the stairs constructed in the temple for the convenience of the devotees. It is an ancient temple as well as an Indian archaeological heritage. Earlier this temple did not have an electricity facility. In 1925, an electricity facility was made in the temple. Timing of Shankaracharya Temple Opening Hours of Shankaracharya Temple: 7 AM to 8 PM. Click to know about the beautiful Pahalgam of Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir Entry Fee No-Entry fee Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. How to reach Shankaracharya temple By Air: Srinagar International Airport is the nearest airport to Shankaracharya temple. Shankaracharya temple is 18km away from here. This airport is well connected to other important cities like Jammu, New Delhi, Mumbai, Leh, Amritsar, and Bangalore. From the airport, you can reach Shankaracharya temple by taking a bus or taxi. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. By Train: If you want to come by Shankaracharya temple train, then the nearest railway station is Srinagar Railway station. The distance from Shankaracharya temple is 18km less than Srinagar railway station. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. By Road: You can also come to Shankaracharya temple by road. Srinagar is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Address and google map of Shankaracharya temple, Srinagar Address: Durgjan, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190001 Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Video of Shankaracharya temple, Srinagar Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Images of Shankaracharya temple, Srinagar Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Sonamarg Hemish Kishtwar Doda Nishat Garden Dachigam National Park Vaishno Devi Dham, Katra Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Hari Mahal Palace Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Nishat Garden is one of the largest gardens located in Srinagar in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir. Very rare species of flower plants and trees have been planted in this garden. It is the largest garden in the Kashmir Valley and is built in the Mughal style. It has beautiful Dal Lake on one side and huge mountain ranges on the other side. This park is 11K away from Srinagar. This is such a park that has a great view of Dal Lake. This is the first park in Kashmir Srinagar that is ladder-like. Very rare species of poplar and cypress trees are found in this garden. Apart from trees and flowers, there are many other attractions here. Click here to know about Sonamarg, Kashmir. The beautiful meadows here and the beautiful view of the hills allow the atmosphere to become twice as happy and the beautiful water fountain is also here. It is the second largest park in Jammu and Kashmir and the first terraced park. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. History of Nishat Garden Nishat Garden Srinagar Nishad Garden means Garden of Happiness and this is also true because seeing it makes the mind feel very happy. This garden was built in 1633 and it was built by Hasan Asaf Khan. Hasan Asaf Khan belonged to the Mughal dynasty. He was the father of Mumtaz Mahal and brother of Noor Jahan. Hasan Asaf Khan wanted to make a beautiful garden that looked beautiful like heaven, so he built Nishat Garden. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. Shahjahan had an evil eye in this Nishat Garden Nishat Garden Jammu and Kashmir The Mughal emperor Shah Jahan was the emperor of India at that time and he was also the son-in-law of Hasan Asaf Khan. When he came to Srinagar and saw the Nishat Garden, seeing beauty of this garden, he was tempted to get it. He expressed his desire to take it as a gift from Hasan Asaf Khan but Hasan refused to give this garden to him. It is said that after this Shah Jahan stopped the water supply of this garden. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Interesting facts about Nishat Garden Nishat Bagh, Srinagar, India You can see Dal Lake from this garden, which looks very beautiful. This is the only terraced garden in Kashmir. There are very rare species of trees and plants in this garden. This garden is built in the Mughal style and it was built on the basis of the imagination of heaven. Behind this garden, there are huge beautiful mountain ranges. Click to know about the Pahalgam of Srinagar. How to reach Nishat Garden? By Air: Srinagar International Airport is the nearest airport to Nishat Garden. Nishat Garden is 17km away from here. This airport is well connected to other important cities like Jammu, New Delhi, Mumbai, Leh, Amritsar, and Bangalore. From the airport, you can reach Nishat Garden by taking a bus or taxi. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. By Train: If you want to come by Nishat Garden train, then the nearest railway station is Srinagar Railway Station. The distance from Nishat Garden is 21km less than Srinagar Railway Station. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. By Road: You can also come to Nishat Garden by road. Srinagar is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Entry Timing of Nishat Garden Timings: From 9 AM to 10.30 PM, on all days of the week.  Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Entry Fee of Nishat Garden INR 20 per person. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Address and google map of Nishat Garden Address: Main road Nishat next to Mughal garden Nishat Srinagar Jammu and Kashmir, 191121 Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Video of Nishat Garden Click here to know the history of Madan Mahal Fort. Images of Nishat Garden Click here to know about the Bhedaghat waterfall of Jabalpur. Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Sonamarg Hemish Kishtwar Doda Pahalgam Dachigam National Park Vaishno Devi Dham, Katra Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Hari Mahal Palace Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Jammu and Kashmir are called the dream place of India because it is everyone’s dream to come to this place, the reason for this is the beauty of this place which is no less than a paradise. Kashmir is also called the heaven on earth and in Kashmir itself, there is a beautiful place named Pahalgam which is known for its beauty all over the world. Pahalgam is known for its beautiful ice-covered hills, ice fields, and deodar trees. Click here to know about Sonamarg, Kashmir. Pahalgam is one of the main tourist places of Kashmir, every year millions of people come to Pahalgam to spend their holidays. Pahalgam comes under the Anantnag district of Kashmir and is 95 km away from Srinagar. Pahalgam was once a town of shepherds. Pahalgam Kashmir Pahalgam was earlier the place of poor people grazing animals, these people used to make their living here. Pahalgam itself means the village of the shepherds. But due to its beauty, it was later declared a tourist place. Today, millions of people come to see this place every year due to its beauty and pleasant environment here. Seeing the language, food, and clothing of this place, the glimpse of the culture of this place is clearly visible. Here Hindi, Urdu, and English languages ​​are spoken more. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. Games and activities worth doing in Pahalgam. Pahalgam Nature The beauty of Pahalgam attracts people here, apart from this, there are many other activities here that attract people’s attention. This place is a very happy place for young people, youth can do many adventurous and daring games and activities here. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Here you can trek on the snow-capped mountains. People from all corners of India and abroad come here to enjoy trekking. Pahalgam is well known for the game of golf, here there is a fair ground for golf. Golf games are played here and golf training is also given. If you are fond of playing golf, then Pahalgam will give you a lot of pleasure and you can also learn the game of golf here. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. Horse riding is also another important and adventurous activity of Pahalgam and you can enjoy horse riding here. You can also bet on horseback riding here. Here you can also camping and enjoy night camping. In which season should you visit Pahalgam? The climate of Pahalgam is worth visiting throughout the year and the cold winds and beautiful hills are worth seeing every season. The time from June to April is very pleasant and pleasant. By the way, the view of the snowfall of Pahalgam is very spectacular and if you are willing to see this view, then the climate of February is the best from November. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. If you are talking about the best time of Pahalgam, then July and August are the best time, at this time pilgrims leave for Amarnath Yatra. Pahalgam is the perfect place for photography and video shoots. Pahalgam is a great place for photography lovers, there are many such views that you can capture on your mobile and camera. The rivers here, its plains, and the high mountains and valleys covering it are all perfect for photography. You can make the moments here memorable forever by making a video with your camera. Many films have also been shot here. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Famous tourist places of Pahalgam Pahalgam has many places which have brought you to visit. Here we are going to tell you about some important tourist places in Pahalgam. Mamaleshwar Temple Mamleshwar Temple is a very ancient temple located in Mamal Village of Pahalgam. this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. This temple is a 12th-century temple. People have unwavering faith in this temple, whoever comes to Pahalgam, definitely goes to Mamleshwar temple. It is 1km away from Pahalgam. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Sheshnag Lake Sheshnag Lake is a lake of pure and clear water of Pahalgam, this lake comes to Pahalgam through a series of Himalayan mountains. It is one of the beautiful lakes of Pahalgam. The distance of this lake from Pahalgam is 32km. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. Aru Valley The Aru Valley of Pahalgam is a great place for trekking enthusiasts, along with you can also do horse riding here. The beautiful green flowers, plants, and beautiful valleys here attract people’s attention even without wanting them. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Betaab Valley Betaab valley The distance of Betab Valley from Pahalgam is about 15 km, this place is known for its snow-covered mountains and beautiful valleys. There are also a lot of Deodar cedar and pine trees, which get covered with ice in winter. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Chandanwari Chandanwari If you have come to Pahalgam, then definitely visit Chandanwari, there are many places worth visiting here. Chandwari is just 15kms away from Pahalgam. It is also the starting point of Amarnath Yatra, people who go to Amarnath Yatra pass through this. Click here to know the history of Madan Mahal Fort. Tulian Lake Tulian Lake is covered with ice for most of the year, seeing it and it seems as if a white sheet of ice is lying. This beautiful lake is at an altitude of 3353 meters. This lake is also known as ‘Taraseer Lake’. It is 15 km away from Pahalgam. Click to know about the beautiful Park (Garden) of Katni Madhya Pradesh. Ice Festival Ice Festival The ice festival is organized every year in Pahalgam in January and February Months. This festival is organized by the government of Jammu and Kashmir. Many adventure activities like horse riding, ice skating, skiing, and sledding are done at this festival. Click here for the History of the Taj Mahal How to reach Pahalgam? Pahalgam Chandanwari By Air: Srinagar International Airport is the nearest airport to Pahalgam. Pahalgam is 96km away from here. This airport is well connected to other important cities like Jammu, New Delhi, Mumbai, Leh, Amritsar, and Bangalore. From the airport, you can reach Pahalgam by taking a bus or taxi. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. By Train: Udhampur railway is the nearest railway station to Pahalgam. The distance from Udhampur railway station to Pahalgam is 217km. However, Jammu is well connected to cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Kanyakumari, Indore, Pune, Chennai, Kolkata, and Rishikesh. Jammu is 285 km from Pahalgam. By Road: You can also come to Pahalgam by road. Srinagar is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. State bus services are available from Anantnag, Jammu, and Srinagar to Pahalgam Click here to visit National War Memorial Delhi Address and google map of Pahalgam Pahalgam, Kashmir Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. Video of Pahalgam Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Images of Pahalgam Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Sonamarg Hemish Kishtwar Doda Nishat Garden Dachigam National Park Vaishno Devi Dham, Katra Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Hari Mahal Palace Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Sonamarg is a very beautiful tourist spot located in the Jammu and Kashmir state in India. Sonamarg, Srinagar, Kashmir is a tourist place located on a mountain at an altitude of 3000 meters near the Ganderbal district of Jammu and Kashmir. This place is known for its beautiful snow-capped mountains, watery waterfalls, beautiful meadows, and cold water rivers. Its height is 2740 meters above sea level. Sonmarg is a very good place for trekking, it is the perfect place for those who want to do an adventure like trekking. Click here to know about the Amar Mahal Palace, Jammu. Sonamarg has a cool climate throughout the year and this place is no less than a paradise. If you are newly married and planning your Honey Moon then Sonamarg is the right place for you. Many Bollywood movies were also shot in Sonamarg. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. To go from the main road to the hill, you can go on foot or you can hire a horse and four-wheeler here, but if you ride a horse then it will be a lot of fun. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Why is it called Sonamarg, Srinagar, Kashmir? Sonamarg Mountain View In Sonamarg, Marg means ground and Sonamarg means golden field. This place is called Sonamarg because when the spring season, which is considered to be the most beautiful of the seasons is come, the vast grounds have loaded with beautiful golden flowers. Looking at these golden flowers, it seems that gold flowers and grass are growing in the whole field. Seeing this, both the mind and the self are pleased. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. What’s there to see in Sonamarg? Sliding in Sonamarg Ice Sonamarg has huge snow-capped mountains and golden flower-covered grounds, but there is much more here that attracts your attention to this beautiful place. There are many lakes here, which you can enjoy by visiting. The main lakes here are Gadsar Lake, Satsar Lake, and Krishna Lake, all these lakes are 15-20 kilometers away from here. Click here to visit National War Memorial Delhi Gadsar Lake, which is 15 km away from here, is very attractive, it is adorned with ice-covered mountains and beautiful alpine flowers. You can also enjoy the beautiful and splendid views of Krishna Saar Lake and enjoy fishing in this lake. If you want to enjoy frozen cold ice, then friends, Satsar and Balaton Lake are nothing less for you, here you can slide on the ice and throw ice at each other. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Great place for trekking Beautiful Ice Mountain View Sonamarg can also be a challenge for players of danger, especially for those who enjoy doing adventures. Tracking is also a daring and adventurous task and it is very suitable for young people. Trekking can also be done in Sonmarg, there are many huge mountains where tracking can be done. Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. Best time to visit in Sonamarg, Srinagar Sonmarg is a year-round destination, but the ideal time to visit is from April to June. You are most likely to find an explosion of wildflowers in the valley. The months of July and August receive huge pilgrims for the Amarnath Yatra. There is a camping ground for those traveling to Baltal, 15 km north of Sonmarg. How to reach Sonamarg? By Air: Srinagar International Airport is the nearest airport to Sonmarg. Sonmarg is 70km away from here. This airport is well connected to other important cities like Jammu, New Delhi, Mumbai, Leh, Amritsar, and Bangalore. From the airport, you can reach Sonmarg by taking a bus or taxi. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. By Train: If you want to come by Sonamarg train, then the nearest railway station is Srinagar Railway Station. The distance of Sonmarg is 51 less from Srinagar Railway Station. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. If you want to come to Sonmarg from Jammu, then you can come here from Jammu Tawi Railway Station. The distance of Sonmarg from Jammu Tawi Railway Station is 182 less. By Road: You can also come to Sonmarg by road. Srinagar is well connected by roads to all the cities of India. If you want, you can come here by booking your own vehicle or taxi. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Address and Google map Address: Postmaster, Sonamarg S.O, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India (IN), Pin Code:-191203. Know about Golden Temple Amritsar. Click for Details Video of Sonamarg, Srinagar. Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Images of Sonamarg, Srinagar. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Pahalgam Hemish Kishtwar Doda Nishat Garden Dachigam National Park Vaishno Devi Dham, Katra Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Hari Mahal Palace Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Amar Mahal Place is located in Jammu, India, this palace was built in 1890. It is a legacy of the Dogra dynasty of Jammu and Kashmir and was built by Raja Amar Singh of the Dogra dynasty. This fort was designed by a French architect. Earlier the entire family of Raja Amar Singh lived in this palace, later it was changed into a museum. It was one of the most beautiful buildings in Jammu and Kashmir built in the 19th century. On one side of this palace is the Twi River and on the other side, there are huge Trikuta hills. Mata Vaishnav Devi’s Dham is also there on the Trikuta hills. This palace is built with red sandstone stones and bricks, it has been built in French architecture. Click here to know about the Kheer Bhawani Temple, Jammu. Things to see in Amar Mahal Jammu Amar Mahal Palace Museum The Amar Palace was a residential personal palace for Raja Amar Singh and his family, but it was later converted into Museum. There are many antique items and craftsmanship and objects of the time of Dogra kings to see here. There are many beautiful artifacts here, especially many arts of Kangra-style paintings available. These pictures and crafts are amazing in themselves. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. Here there are pictures of the kings of the Dogra dynasty and many objects related to their heritage, which shows their advanced and illustrious monarchy. There are huge green lawns outside the palace, which add to the beauty of this palace. Many beautiful trees are planted in this field. There are also many beautiful flower plants here. Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Library of more than 25000 books Amar Mahal palace Museum View This museum has a huge library in which there are more than 25000 books, these books are related to spiritual, political, and cultural subjects. There is also a statue of Lord Buddha in this museum and there is also a painting of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru. There is a special thing in the painting that wherever you look at it, Nehru’s shoes and eyes will look towards you. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. 120 kg Gold throne Golden Throne of Amar Mahal Palace Jammu The most attractive and precious thing in the museum of this palace is the throne made of 120 kg of gold here. This throne was used by the Dogra kings during their reign, now it is kept locked in a room, and only tourists can see it only through the glass of the window in the room. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Interesting facts about Amar Mahal Palace Amar Mahal Palace was earlier the residence of Raja Amar Singh, later it was converted into a museum. There are more than 25000 books in the library of the museum of this palace. There is a golden throne in this palace that weighs 120 kg. This palace was built by Raja Amar Singh in the 19th century. This palace is related to the kings of the Dogra dynasty. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. Entry Time The Amar Mahal Palace is open to the public from 9.00 AM to 1.00 PM and from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. It remains closed on Mondays. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Entry Fee The entry fee of this museum is Rs 20 per head only. There is an extra charge for carrying cameras. Special passes on the second floor are for 100 Rs only, bringing the total to INR 120 to fully explore the place. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Address and Google Map of Amar Mahal Palace Address: PVXC+3WM, Palace Road, Karan Nagar, Jammu Tawi, Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir 180001 Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Video of Amar Mahal Palace Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Images of Amar Mahal Palace Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. Other places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar Gulmarg Sonamarg Leh Kupwara Kathua Pahalgam Hemish Kishtwar Doda Nishat Garden Dachigam National Park Vaishno Devi Dham, Katra Patnitop Aru Valley Anantnag Amarnath Yusmarg Kishtwar National Park Khilanmarg Bhaderwah Jammu Sanasar Dachigam National Park Tarsar Marsar Trek Dras Lamayuru Uleytokpo Pulwama Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Baltal Hemis Nubra Valley Suru Basin Kargil Betaab Valley Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Nature is full of amazing things and seeing these wonders, only one thought comes to mind, how is this possible? Today we are going to tell about a similar attraction place in India which is known as Balancing Rock. A balancing rock Jabalpur is a large rock that rests on another rock with very little support. People call it a unique miracle of nature because seeing this rock, it seems as if it will fall at any time. Balancing Rock is located in the hills of Madan Mahal in Jabalpur City, India. Click here to know the history of Madan Mahal Fort. It is called a balancing rock because it is supported by another rock with very little support. Seeing it, it seems that it will fall down at any time, so many people are afraid to even go near it. But it has remained in its place like this for many thousands of years. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Scientists have also done research on it, for them, it is like an unsolved puzzle. Scientists say that it has been balanced due to gravity force. This balancing rock is made naturally from granite. Not only this, all the rocks of Madan Mahal are made of this granite. Scientists think it was formed by the solidification of magma. For many years, this rock has withstood many natural disasters like typhoons, hurricanes, and earthquakes but it has not moved at all from its place. Apart from India, this rock is famous all over the world, and people from all over the country and abroad come here to see it. Apart from this, the trees and plants here and the pleasant weather here make it even more spectacular. Even the 1997 earthquake could not shake it. On 22 May 1997, there was a terrible earthquake in Jabalpur, the city suffered a lot of loss of life and wealth, but at that time nothing had happened to the Balancing Rock even due to the earthquake, it was safe in its place. People had thought that this rock must have fallen due to the earthquake, but this rock was not even shaken from its place. For this reason, it is considered a charisma of nature. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. Balancing Rock is near the hills of Madan Mahal Balancing Rock is near the mountain of Madan Mahal and here is also the fort of ancient Madan Mahal which is also known as the fort of Rani Durgavati. there is also a temple of Goddess Sharda here which is very old and built by Rani Durgavati was created by. If you have come to see Balancing Rock, then definitely see these places too. There are more other balancing rocks on this hill but this balancing rock is very famous. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. This is a great photography place Balancing Rock Ja If you are fond of photography then this place will prove to be great for you, you can click a photo here. There are many such rocks and natural views which you can click on your camera and make the moment memorable. The Madan Mahal Fort here can also be a part of your photography, which will be very memorable for you and there are many beautiful views of the hills. If you want to know the history of the Sharda temple of Jabalpur so click here. Entry Time 10:30 am – 06:00 pm Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Entry Fee NO-entry fee. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. How to reach the Balancing Rock? By Air: If you want to come to Jabalpur by air, then the only airport here is Dumna Airport. Balancing Rock is 15km away from here, you can reach Sharda Temple, Madan Mahal by taxi or auto. Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. By Train: The nearest railway station to reach Balancing Rock Railway Station. It is only 3km away from here. By Bus: Jabalpur City is connected to every city in India by road. You can easily reach here from any city. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Address and google map Address: 4WX3+CVX, Ratan Nagar, Madan Mahal, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh 482001 Click here for History of Taj Mahal Video of Balancing Rock Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Images of Balancing Rock Other places to visit in Jabalpur. Dhuandhar Falls, Jabalpur Marble Rocks, Jabalpur Dumna Nature Reserve Park, Jabalpur Sharda Temple, Madan Mahal, Jabalpur Madan Mahal Fort, Jabalpur Rani Durgavati Museum, Jabalpur Chausath Yogini Temple, Jabalpur Bargi Dam, Jabalpur Tilwara Ghat, Jabalpur Pisanhari ki Madiya, Jabalpur Chataniya City Hanuman Temple Sea World Water Park Treasure Island, Mall Tilwara Ghat Bhawartal Garden Kankali Devi Temple Sangram Sagar Lake Sri Vishnu Varaha Mandir Gwari Ghat If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
By the way, there are many temples and monuments in the country of India, which have made their place in the whole country and the world due to one reason or the other. And through our vlog bay, we are going to tell you about a wonderful and wondrous temple in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. This temple is situated on the hill of Madan Mahal of Jabalpur and this temple was built by Rani Durgavati of the Gond dynasty of Jabalpur. This temple is known as Sharda Mandir (Temple), Madan Mahal, Jabalpur. Click here to know the history of Madan Mahal Fort. According to the local people, the wishes of all the devotees are fulfilled in the temple. Devotees who come to the Goddess with the request, the Goddess fulfills all their wishes. On normal days, there is not much rush in the temple but during Navratri, there is a huge crowd in the temple. There is a fair-like atmosphere here during Navratri and devotees come from far and wide here. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. As soon as you go here, after climbing some stairs, you see huge flags, these flags rise with the wind and also make a loud sound. History of Sharda Mandir, Madan Mahal, Jabalpur Click to know about the beautiful Park (Garden) of Katni Madhya Pradesh. Sharda Mata Mandir, Jabalpur The history of this temple is about 500 years old and it was built by Rani Durgavati of Jabalpur in 1550-60. Rani Dutargavati was a great devotee of Goddess Sharda and she used to visit this temple daily for darshan. Click here to know about Red Fort. It is said that once there was a famine during the reign of Queen Durgavati when Rani Durgavati offered prayers in this temple and raised red flags. After worshiping and offering flags, it started raining excruciatingly and the problem of famine was over. Since then till today there is such a belief that whoever offers flags to Sharda Devi, all his beliefs are fulfilled, and by doing so it rains. Click here for History of Taj Mahal The original idol of the goddess is inside the temple Here 2 idols of Goddess Sharda are worshipped, one is outside the temple and the other idol which is about 78 years old is enshrined inside the temple. Apart from Goddess Sharda, there is also a temple of Lord Hanuman here and it is said that after worshiping Goddess Sharda, it is necessary to visit Hanuman Ji, otherwise the worship is considered incomplete. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. How to reach By Air: If you want to come to Jabalpur by air, then the only airport here is Dumna Airport. Sharda Temple, Madan Mahal is 15km away from here, you can reach Sharda Temple, Madan Mahal by taxi or auto. Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. By Train: The nearest railway station to reach Sharda Temple is Madan Mahal Railway Station. It is only 3km away from here. By Bus: Jabalpur City is connected to every city in India by road. You can easily reach here from any city. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Timing  9:00 AM – 8:00 PM. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Entry Fee The no-entry fee here. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Address and Google Map Address: 4WX5+886, Jabalpur, Ratan Nagar, Madan Mahal, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh 482001 Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. Video of Sharda Mandir, Madan Mahal, Jabalpur Click here to know about Raja Nahar Singh Palace. Images of Sharda Mandir, Madan Mahal, Jabalpur Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Other places to visit in Jabalpur. Dhuandhar Falls, Jabalpur Marble Rocks, Jabalpur Dumna Nature Reserve Park, Jabalpur Balancing Rock, Jabalpur Madan Mahal Fort, Jabalpur Rani Durgavati Museum, Jabalpur Chausath Yogini Temple, Jabalpur Bargi Dam, Jabalpur Tilwara Ghat, Jabalpur Pisanhari ki Madiya, Jabalpur Chataniya City Hanuman Temple Sea World Water Park Treasure Island, Mall Tilwara Ghat Bhawartal Garden Kankali Devi Temple Sangram Sagar Lake Sri Vishnu Varaha Mandir Gwari Ghat If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Today we are going to tell you about a very special and famous temple located in South Delhi. The temple is called by the name of Shri Adhya Katyayani Shaktipeeth temple. This temple is located in Chattarpur on Delhi-Mehrauli road, which is why it is also known as Chattarpur Temple. The temple was constructed in 1974 and was built by a great saint who is known as Sant Baba Nagpal. Baba Nagpal was a resident of Karnataka state of India. Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. Shri Adhya Katyayani Shaktipeeth Temple is mainly the temple of Lord Durga who is worshiped here in the form of Mother Katyayani Devi. It is the second largest temple complex in India. Apart from Lord Katyayani, there are also temples of Lord Ganesha, Hanuman Ji, Sita-Rama, Markandeya, and Lord Krishna. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. Maa Katyani is the sixth form of Goddess Durga, which is one of the 9 forms of Lord Durga. There is a huge crowd in this temple during Navratri. This temple is spread over an area of 70 acres and there are more than 20 temples built in this complex that are dedicated to various deities. As soon as you enter the Maa Katyayani temple, a huge tree is seen on the left-hand side on which many red and yellow threads are tied. It is believed that whoever ties thread and bangles on this tree, all his wishes are fulfilled. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. Mythological History of Adhya Katyani. In ancient times, there was a sage named Katyayan, he was a great devotee of Lord Durga. He did severe penance for Lord Durga. Pleased with his penance, Lord Durga appeared to him and asked him to ask for any boon he wanted. The sage sought the wish of Goddess Durga to be born as a daughter in his house and become her father. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Lord Durga was very happy to hear this wish and gave her a boon. And after some time she was born as a daughter in their house. Later the sage named his daughter Katyani. Later this girl became famous by the name Katyayani Devi, who is considered a form of Navdurga. And Chhatarpur temple is also dedicated to this goddess. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. Chattarpur Temple Aarti timings AartiTimingsMangala Aarti5.30 AMShringar Aarti7.00 AMSandhya Aarti7.00 PMShayan Aarti11.30 PMMata ki Chauki (Navratri)8.30 PM – 11.30 PM Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Interesting facts about Shri Adhya Katyayani Shaktipeeth Temple: Adhya katayayani Temple The clothes and ornaments once worn by Goddess Katyani in the temple are not worn again. A garland of special flowers is offered to the mother, which is imported from South India. The Chhatarpur temple complex is spread over 70 acres and is the second largest temple complex in India. Aadya Katyayani temple remains open even in eclipse. This temple is dedicated to the Katyani form of Lord Durga which is the 6th form of Navadurga. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. How to reach? Adhya Katyayani Temple is in the Chattarpur area and the nearest metro is Chhatarpur Metro. From here the temple is only 750 meters away, you will reach here in 10 minutes by auto. Know about Golden Temple Amritsar. Click for Details Entry Time 6 am–10 pm (All day) Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. Address & Google map of Shri Adhya Katyayani Shaktipeeth temple Address: G53J+36W, Main Chhatarpur Rd, Dr. Ambedkar Colony, Chhatarpur, New Delhi, Delhi 110074 Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. Video of Adhya Katayayani temple Click for Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple details. Images of Adhya Katayayani temple Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Other tourist places of Delhi: If you have come to Delhi to see Adhya Katayayani Shaktipeeth temple, then do not forget to visit other places in Delhi. Here we are giving you information about some famous places in Delhi. Red Fort Akshardham Temple India Gate Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Rashtrapati Bhavan Garden of Five Senses Lotus Temple Jama Masjid National Museum Connaught Place shopping Chandni Chowk Market Paranthe wali Gali Qutub Minar Lodhi Garden Jantar Mantar Dilli haat INA Shri Laxmi Narayan Temple (Birla Mandir) National Gallery of Modern Art Safdarjung Tomb National Zoological Park Shri Kalka Ji Temple Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum ISKCON Temple Delhi-Glory Of India & Vedic Cultural Centre, New Delhi Deer Park Shree Adya Katyayani Shaktipeeth Mandir Waste to Wonder Theme Park Shree Hanuman Temple Adham Khan’s Tomb Amar Jawan Jyoti Sultanpur National Park Okhla Baird Sanctuary Park Raja Nahar Singh Palace Select City Mall, Saket. Purana Qila. Tughlakabad ka Qila Hauz Khas Village Jhande Wali Mata National War Memorial Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Through today’s blog, we are going to give you information about the 108 feet of Lord Hanuman statue in Jabalpur City in Madhya Pradesh. This statue is located in Chaitanya City in Tilhari of Mandla, Jabalpur. Perhaps you do not know that Chaitanya City Hanuman Statue is the world’s largest statue of Hanuman Ji in a sitting position. Click here to know the history of Madan Mahal Fort. The cost of making the statue has been up to 2 crores and it has been made by 80 artists, the artists who made it were called from Bangalore. Sachin Upadhayay and Adarsh Agarwal have borne all the expenses for the construction of this statue. This statue was consecrated on 21 April 2016. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. This is the largest statue of Hanuman sitting in the world. It is believed that this idol is the largest sitting statue of Hanuman Ji in the world. It is in Jabalpur city of Madhya Pradesh state of India. This Hanuman idol is 108 feet. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. Construction and History Statue took 2 to 3 years to make. It was made by 80 artists from Bangalore. It was completed on 21 April 2016. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Cement and concrete were used to make it and chemical treatment has also been done on it to strengthen it so that it does not deteriorate in sunlight, water, and heavy rain. Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. How to reach? By Air: If you want to come to Jabalpur by air, then the only airport here is Dumna Airport. Chaitanya City, Tilhari is 16km away from here, you can reach Chaitanya city, Tilahari by taxi or auto. Click here to know about Delhi Sarojini Market. By Train: The nearest railway station to reach Chaitanya city, Tilahari is Jabalpur Railway Station. It is only 6km away from here. Click here for History of Taj Mahal By Bus: Jabalpur City is connected to every city in India by road. You can easily reach here from any city. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Address and Google map Address: Hanuman Temple, Chaitnya City, Tilhari, Jabalpur – 482020. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. Images of Chaitanya city Hanuman Statue Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Other places to visit in Jabalpur. Dhuandhar Falls, Jabalpur Marble Rocks, Jabalpur Dumna Nature Reserve Park, Jabalpur Balancing Rock, Jabalpur Madan Mahal Fort, Jabalpur Rani Durgavati Museum, Jabalpur Chausath Yogini Temple, Jabalpur Bargi Dam, Jabalpur Tilwara Ghat, Jabalpur Pisanhari ki Madiya, Jabalpur Chataniya City Hanuman Temple Sea World Water Park Treasure Island, Mall Tilwara Ghat Bhawartal Garden Kankali Devi Temple Sangram Sagar Lake Sri Vishnu Varaha Mandir Gwari Ghat Click for Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple details. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Madan Mahal Fort is located in the city of Jabalpur in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. Today through this blog we are going to give you very interesting information about Madan Mahal. This fort is the legacy of the 11th century Gond rulers and was built by the great Gond ruler king Madan Shah. It is also known as the resting place of King Madan Shah. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. This fort is built at a height of 500 meters from the ground. the main goal of building the palace was to protect his dynasty from enemy soldiers and attackers and keep an eye on them. It is also known by many other names like Rani Durgavati’s Fort, and Jabalpur Fort. It shows the efficient rule of the Gond rulers and their fine leadership. This fort is divided into two parts, in one part a huge fort has been built and in the other part, there are some rooms. Know about Golden Temple Amritsar. Click for Details These rooms also had a place for soldiers to stay, stables, and a swimming pool for bathing. History of Madan Mahal and the story of Rani Durgavati. Madan Mahal Fort Madan Mahal Fort was built in 1116 by the Gond king Madan Singh. Raja Madan Singh was the 10th king of the Gond dynasty. The Gond dynasty was a powerful empire of that time, which was spread far and wide. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. The palace was built on a huge granite rock. This palace is a 2-story building. The fort was built from stones and lime and bricks were also used. Along with the palace, a stable, military room, and a pond were also built on the surface here. This palace was built as an outpost for protection from enemies and invaders. After Raja Madan Singh, Raja Sangram Shah was a majestic king of this dynasty who established 52 bastions. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. After Raja Sangram Singh, his eldest son Dalpat Shah took over the throne and he was married to a Rajput girl Durgavati. Dalpat Shah died in 1550, after that Queen Durgavati got her 5-year-old son coronated and took the reins of power into her hands. The name of the son of Rani Durgavati was Veeranarayana. Rani Durgavati was a valiant warrior and her reign was very good, she built many step wells, ponds, and bastions. Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. How to reach? By Air: If you want to come to Jabalpur by air, then the only airport here is Dumna Airport. Madan Mahal is 15km away from here, you can reach Madan Mahal by taxi or auto. By Train: The nearest railway station to reach Madan Mahal is Madan Mahal Railway Station. It is only 3km away from here. By Bus: Jabalpur City is connected to every city in India by road. You can easily reach here from any city. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Entry Time The Madan Mahal Fort remains open from 7 AM to 6:30 PM. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. Entry Fee No entry fee is here. it is completely free. Click on the link to know about Humayun Tomb. Interesting facts about Madan Mahal The fort of Madan Mahal is built on a huge rock that is very strong. Rani Durgavati belonged to a Rajput (Chandel Dynasty) family and was married to Raja Dalpat Shah of the Gond dynasty. When Veeranarayana, son of Rani Durgavati was coronated, he was only 5 years old. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. Google map and address Address: 4WX2+8MM, Gurudev Colony, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh 482001 Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. Video of Madan Mahal Fort Madan Mahal Fort Jabalpur Images of Madan Mahal Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Other places to visit in Jabalpur. Dhuandhar Falls, Jabalpur Marble Rocks, Jabalpur Dumna Nature Reserve Park, Jabalpur Balancing Rock, Jabalpur Madan Mahal Fort, Jabalpur Rani Durgavati Museum, Jabalpur Chausath Yogini Temple, Jabalpur Bargi Dam, Jabalpur Tilwara Ghat, Jabalpur Pisanhari ki Madiya, Jabalpur Chataniya City Hanuman Temple Sea World Water Park Treasure Island, Mall Tilwara Ghat Bhawartal Garden Kankali Devi Temple Sangram Sagar Lake Sri Vishnu Varaha Mandir Gwari Ghat Click here for the History of the Taj Mahal Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
Through this post today, we are going to tell you about a famous temple in the Katni district of Madhya Pradesh state of India. The name of the temple we are going to tell about is Maa Jalpa Devi Temple or Jalpa Madiya. This temple is located in Jalpa Ward of Katni City and is about 250 years old temple. It is a belief of this temple that every devotee who asks for something here with a sincere heart, his every wish is fulfilled. Interesting information about the Katni City of Madhya Pradesh. Click Here There is a crowd of people in this temple throughout the year, but there is a huge crowd of devotees here in Navratra. There is also a statue of Mother Kali and Mother Sharda along with Mother Jalpa. Apart from this, there are also idols of Bhairav ​​Baba, Lord Hanuman, Marhi Mata, and Chausath Yogini goddesses. Click here to know about the Maihar Temple of Madhya Pradesh. The work of care of this temple is being done by Lalji Panda and his family, their ancestors have done the work of worship and care in the temple for 250 years. Click to know about the beautiful Jagriti Park (Garden) of Katni Madhya Pradesh. Interesting Story of Maa Jalpa Temple Maa Jalpa madiya katni Today, where we are seeing the huge temple of Jalpa Mata, 250 years ago, Earlier there used to be a huge forest there. Here bamboo trees were spread everywhere. It was called the bamboo forest. According to the people, Bihari Lal Panda, who was a resident of a small village in Rewa city, was told by Maa Jalpa about being in the forest in his dream and said that makes a temple and establish me here. Click here to know about the Bhedaghat waterfall of Jabalpur. He came to this place, cleaned the forest and the idol of the mother came out of the ground and then established her. Click here to know about Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga located in Khandwa, Indore. Initially, this temple was very small but now this temple has become very big and beautiful. About 50 years ago, 3 new idols of Maa Jalpa, Maa Sharda, and Maa Kali were brought here from Jaipur. 5 years ago, idols of Chaushat Yogini goddesses were also established here. Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. There is a huge crowd of devotion in Navratras. Mata Jalpa Mandir Katni Although this temple is filled with crowds of devotees throughout the year, when the time of Navratras comes, then there is no place to even set foot here. During Navratras, there is a fair-like atmosphere here, there are different types of shops where people can take clothes, toys, cosmetic items, food items, etc. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. Address and google map of Maa Jalpa Temple Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. Address: Jalpa Madiya Rd, Jalpa Ward, Katni, Madhya Pradesh 483501 Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Video of Maa Jalpa Devi Temple Images of Maa Jalpa Devi Temple Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. Other places to visit are near Katni City. Suramya Park, Kataye Ghat. Jagrirti Park, Madhav Nagar, Katni. Badera Chaturyug Dham Vijayraghavgarh Fort Maa Vaishnav Devi Dhaam, Village Sungarha. Vishnu Varah Temple Karanpur Roopnath Dhaam Kamakandla Fort, Bilhari, Katni Maihar (Maa Sharda Temple) Know about Golden Temple Amritsar. Click for Details Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]
If it is a matter of temple, then it is related to devotion. Every temple has a god and they have a special devotee. But the temple we are talking about is where the devotees meet like lovers of God. Friends, we are talking about the famous Nidhivan temple of Vrindavan which is known for Lord Krishna. Nidhivan is located in Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh. It is a very ancient city and it is also related to the Mahabharata period. Nidhivan is known as a mysterious place. It is said that even today Lord Krishna performs Raas(Love) with Radha at this place. After the evening worship, the doors of this temple are closed and after that, no one is allowed inside the temple. Even animals and birds also leave here after the evening worship. Then when 4 A.M. At o’clock the doors of the temple open, and they allow everyone to come here. Click here to know about the Prem Mandir Temple, Vrindavan. Why do not allow people to come after the evening? The belief of this temple is that even today Lord Krishna comes here to perform Raslila with Radha and the Gopis, so no one is allowed to come here after the evening worship. If someone stealthily stays here, then something unwanted happens to him or he has lost his life or is dead. Click to know about the Janmabhoomi Temple of Shri Krishna. Many devotees braved the longing to see Lord Krishna, but when they were seen in the morning, they had all lost their conses. Some people were dumb, some were blind and some had even lost their lives. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. Not only humans, monkeys and other animals and birds living here after evening are also not visible, why this happens is a mystery. Secrets of the Trees of Nidhivan. Nidhivan Vrindavan As you go under Nidhivan, you see many trees that look like Tulsi plants but are not Tulsi plants. It is said that these trees are in the number of 16000. These 16000 trees take the form of gopis in the night and perform Rasleela with Lord Krishna. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. There is also a strange thing in these trees that every tree goes upwards from the ground but these trees of Nidhivan are always inclined towards the ground. It is said that they always want to keep the land of Nidhivan attached to their body. The other strange thing is that here with every couple, no tree is alone. Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. In the Rangmahal of Nidhivan, a sandalwood bed, water, and a toothbrush are kept for Lord Krishna. There is a temple in Nidhivan by the name of Rang Mahal where Lord Krishna rests at night. Yes, it is said that the place where Lord Krishna rests after performing Rasleela with Radha and the Gopis is called Rang Mahal. For this, a sandalwood bed, water to drink, and a toothbrush are kept for Shri Krishna in this Rang Mahal. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. And when the panda priests come and see this place in the morning, then the bed sheets get wrinkled and the water pot is found empty. Here Radha’s makeup items are also kept, which she wears during Rasleela. People from this place have unwavering faith, devotees say that Krishna comes here every night from Banke Bihari temple and all the trees here become Gopis. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Interesting story of Lalita Kund. There is also a pool named Lalita Kund in Nidhivan, this pool was made by Lord Krishna to quench the thirst of a gopi named Lalita. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Once, when Lord Krishna was doing Raslila with the Gopis, a gopi named Lalita felt very thirsty, then Lord Krishna built a huge pool here to quench Lalita’s thirst. Lalita was a very close friend of Radha Ji. Know about Golden Temple Amritsar. Click for Details Samadhi Mandir of Shri Haridas. Shri Haridas was a great devotee of Banke Bihari Ji and had worshiped only Lord Krishna in his whole life. It is also known as Banke Bihari to Lord Krishna. Shri Haridas Ji used to worship Banke Bihari Ji by making a hut in Nidhivan itself. After his death, his tomb was built here which is known as his temple. Know about the Shaktipeeth temple in the Maihar district of Madhya Pradesh. Interesting facts about Nidhivan, Vrindavan. Nidhivan is a mysterious place where every day Shri Krishna arrives at night. There are 16000 trees in this Nidhivan which take the form of Gopis at night. Lalita Kund is in this Nidhibawan which is of Mahabharata period. There is also a Samadhi temple of Sant Shri Haridas in Nidhivan. Shri Haridas was a great devotee of Lord Krishna. Banke Bihari Ji lives in the Banke Bihari temple during the day and Nidhivan during the night. No one stays overnight in Nidhivan. Shri Haridas Mahan was also the mentor of musician and singer Tansen. Shri Haridas Ji was the incarnation of Lalita, the gopi of Krishna of the Dwapar era. How to reach? By Road: All types of public and private vehicles are always available to reach the Nidhivan of Vrindavan. Vrindavan is connected by road to all the important cities in the country. Click here for the History of the Taj Mahal By Train: The nearest railway station is Vrindavan and Mathura station. Several express trains connect Mathura with other major cities of India such as Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata, and Agra. If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. By Air: The nearest airport is Agra, which is 92 km away from Vrindavan. There are flights from Agra Airport to all the major cities of the country like Delhi, Mumbai, Khajuraho, and Varanasi. Click to know about the beautiful Park (Garden) of Katni Madhya Pradesh. Entry Timing of Nidhivan, Vrindavan. Summer Timings – 05:00 am to 08:00 pm. Winter Timings – 06:00 am to 07:00 pm Click here to know about Raja Nahar Singh Palace. Entry Fee No-entry fee Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. Address and google map of Nidhivan Address: Gopinath Bagh, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh 281121. Click here to know about Pagal Baba Mandir, Vrindavan Other places to visit in Vrindavan. Pagal Baba Temple Prem Mandir, Vrindavan Sri Sri Krishna Balaram Temple (ISKCON temple) Shri Radha Madan Mohan Ji Temple Sri Rangji Mandir Banke Bihari Temple, Vrindavan Shahji Temple, Vrindavan Thakur Shri Bankey Bihari Ji Temple Maa Vaishno Devi Dham, Vrindavan Seva Kunj, Vrindavan Govind Dev Ji Temple, Vrindavan Shri Radha Raman Mandir, Vrindavan Shri Vrindavan Chandrodaya Temple Gopeshwar Mahadev Temple, Vrindavan Shri Priyakant Ju Temple, Vrindavan Jaipur Temple, Vrindavan Shri Radhavallabh Lal Ji Temple, Vrindavan Keshi Ghat, Vrindavan Shri Radha Damodar Dev Ji Temple Shri Garud Govind Temple, Vrindavan Vrinda Kunja Ashram Shri Jugal Kishore Ji Temple, Vrindavan Shri Radha Shyamsundar Ji Imlitla Temple, Vrindavan Rangnath Mandir Shri Radha Sneh Bihari Ji Temple, Vrindavan Prem Dham Shri Shri Katyayani Peeth, Vrindavan Ancient Meera Bai Temple, Vrindavan Rang Mahal, Nidhivan Shri Radha Gokulanand Ji Temple, Shri Radha Gopinath Ji Temple, Vrindavan Maa Vaishno Devi Statue (141 ft) Tatiya Sthan, Vrindavan Banshivat Temple (Maharaas Sthali) Swami Devadas Ji – Bhakti ashram Shri Ram Dham Ashram Shree Bindu Sewa Sansthan Ashram Shri Krishna Pranami Paramdham Shri Dham Goda Vihar Temple, Vrindavan Lala Babu Temple, Vrindavan Mathura Vrindavan Hanuman Mandir Lal Dwara main highway Birla Temple Yogiraj Devraha Baba (Samdhi Isthal and Ashram) Dwarkadhish Temple Gita Mandir Govardhan Hill Radha Kund Rangji Temple Kusum Sarovar Jama Masjid Kans Qila Nandgaon Jai Gurudev Mandir Bhuteshwar Mahadev Temple Kokilavan Dham Vaishno Devi Dham Potara Kund Gopishvar Mahadev Temple Chamunda Devi Temple Dauji Mandir Dolphin The Water World Barsana Tilak Dwar Krishna Nagar Market Click here to know about Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling of Ujjain. 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Humayun Tomb is one of the historical buildings of Delhi. Humayun Tomb Delhi narrates the story of the Mughal dynasty. It was the first such building built in the Mughal period and in India, which was built in the Four Garden style. This is very much like the Taj Mahal in appearance but it was built long before the Taj Mahal. It is said that the Taj Mahal was built taking inspiration from it. It was built by Humayun’s wife Hamida Banu Begum in the memory of her husband. This tomb was a sign of their love. Click to know about the beautiful waterfalls of Jabalpur. Humayun’s tomb was built in the 16th century. It was a unique specimen of the architecture of that period and was also a priceless example of Mughal architecture. This mausoleum looks exactly like the Taj Mahal, but it was built 100 years before the Taj Mahal. The construction of this tomb was ordered by Humayun’s widowed wife Hamida Bano Begum. On his orders, the construction work was started and the responsibility for its maintenance and construction was taken by his son, Emperor Akbar. Click here to know about Dilli Haat Ina. Its construction started in 1565. This tomb was constructed 9 years after Humayun’s death and Humayun’s tomb was completed in about 8 years. Due to its beautiful and unique design, it has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In 1993 it was declared a World Heritage by UNESCO. Know about Golden Temple Amritsar. Click for Details Why was Humayun Tomb Delhi made? Humayun Tomb was built by his widow wife Hamida Bano Begum. She built this Tomb in the memory of her husband Humayun. He gave the responsibility of building this tomb to his son and great ruler Akbar. According to the orders of his mother, ruler Akbar had started the work of building the tomb. The architect Sayyid Mubarak ibn Mirak Gaithuddin was called from Afghanistan for its construction. About Ujjain Mahakaleshwar Click Here Charbagh Garden style building. Humayun Tomb is as attractive and charming to see as it has a sprawling garden. This was the first garden in India that was built around a fort or a tower. Due to its beautiful garden, this tomb seems very attractive, so every year lakhs of indigenous and foreign people come to see it. And due to this, foreign exchange also comes into the country. This garden is very beautiful, you will be very happy to see it. Many types of trees and plants have been planted here. Seeing the beautiful flowers here, you will be drawn to them even if you do not want to. Click here to know about the Metro Museum, Delhi. Click here to visit National War Memorial Delhi The architecture of Humayun Tomb. The tomb is built in Islamic style and red sandstone has been used in the main tour of its construction. White marble has also been used in many places. Four huge gates have been built around it, which look exactly the same and this door is also very high. There is also a huge courtyard on the outside in the upper part of the tower where people can enjoy walking and there are also some graves here. Click here for interesting information about Red Fort. Its dome is the main point which is built over the tomb and is made of white marble. This tomb is 42.5 meters long and can be reached by a staircase built here. The sight of its underside is worth seeing even more. Beautiful designs and drawings and beautiful clothes and awnings were often used to make the underpinning part. Beautiful gardens were constructed around the tomb and the gardens make the tomb more beautiful. It is also the first garden mausoleum to be built on the island of India. Click here for the History of the Taj Mahal There are more than 150 graves here. Here are graves of more than 150 people who are either of Mughal descent or their relatives. There is no proof of whose grave this is because no name has been written. Click on the link to know about Gurdwara Bangla Sahib. Other Monuments in Humayun Tomb Delhi Complex Apart from Humayun’s tomb, there are many other monuments and buildings in this entire complex. There is also a tomb of Humayun’s father Babur on its premises, which is located near Humayun’s tomb and there is also many monuments that are very attractive but have not been recognized due to less knowledge. Know about Golden Temple Amritsar. Click for Details Interesting Facts about Humayun Tomb. Humayun Tomb was not built by Humayun but by his wife Bega Begum, who was his widow. Tom was built 9 years after Humayun’s death. Humayun Tomb is the first Building in which a large amount of red sandstone was used in its construction. It took about 8 years to complete. There are graves of about 150 people in this tomb. In the year 1993, it was included in the World Heritage Site. Humayun’s Tomb Garden is spread over 33 acres. The Taj Mahal was built by taking inspiration from Humayun Tomb. The architect of this building was Sayyid Mubarak ibn Mirak Ghiyathuddin and his father Mirak Ghuyathuddin who were specially summoned from the city of Herat in Afghanistan. Humayun’s sword, crown, and royal clothes are kept here. Click here to know about Jabalpur’s Waterfall Bhedaghat. Timing Monday to Sunday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm Click to know about the beautiful Jagriti Park (Garden) of Katni Madhya Pradesh. Entry Fee For Indian Nationals and citizens of the SAARC nations, the entry fee is INR 35. For foreigners, the entry is INR 550. The entry is free for children up to 15 years of age. Click here to know about Hauz Khas Fort, Delhi. How to Reach? By Metro: Nearest Metro Station to Humayun’s Tomb are Jor Bagh and Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. Images of Humayun Tomb Click here to know about ISKCON Temple. Video of Humayun Tomb Click to know about the beautiful Park (Garden) of Katni Madhya Pradesh. Google map and address of Humayun Tomb. Location: Mathura Road, Nizamuddin East, Delhi, India Other tourist places of Delhi: If you have come to Delhi to see Humayun Tom, then do not forget to visit other places in Delhi. Here we are giving you information about some famous places in Delhi. Red Fort Akshardham Temple India Gate Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Rashtrapati Bhavan Garden of Five Senses Lotus Temple Jama Masjid National Museum Connaught Place shopping Chandni Chowk Market Paranthe wali Gali Qutub Minar Lodhi Garden Jantar Mantar Dilli haat INA Shri Laxmi Narayan Temple (Birla Mandir) National Gallery of Modern Art Safdarjung Tomb National Zoological Park Shri Kalka Ji Temple Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum ISKCON Temple Delhi-Glory Of India & Vedic Cultural Centre, New Delhi Deer Park Shree Adya Katyayani Shaktipeeth Mandir Waste to Wonder Theme Park Shree Hanuman Temple Adham Khan’s Tomb Amar Jawan Jyoti Sultanpur National Park Okhla Baird Sanctuary Park Raja Nahar Singh Palace Select City Mall, Saket. Purana Qila. Tughlakabad ka Qila Hauz Khas Village Jhande Wali Mata National War Memorial If you want to read about Qutub Minar then click here. Please follow and like us:220 20 [...]