VISAKHAPATNAM: THE JEWEL OF THE EAST COAST

VIZAG

Visakhapatnam or Vizag is the most populous city and the financial capital of Andhra Pradesh. The 9th most populous metropolitan area in India is located between the Eastern Ghats and the coast of the Bay of Bengal. It was the ninth-largest contributor to India’s overall GDP in 2016. The second largest city of Andhra Pradesh is positioned around 1900 Km from the capital of India and 600 km from the capital of Andhra Pradesh. This Telugu spoken city, which is home to the Eastern Naval Command of the Indian Navy,…

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WARANGAL: SECOND CITY OF NIZAM

Bhadrakali Lake

Spread across an area of 471 km2, Warangal is the Second largest city in Telangana after Hyderabad. It is among the 12 cities chosen for the HRIDAY – Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana scheme by the Government of India. The future Smart City was established in 1163. It had been serving as the capital of the Kakatiya dynasty and left many monuments made by the Kakatiyas, including lakes, fortresses, temples, and stone gateways. It is known as a city of lakes, city of temples, and second city of Nizam.…

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PATALIPUTRA WAS WORLD’S LARGEST CITY DURING THE MAURYA EMPIRE

Mauryan Dynasty

  Pataliputra was the largest and most populous city in the world during the peak of the Maurya Empire. It reached the pinnacle of prosperity while serving as the capital of Chandragupta Maurya and Ashoka the Great. The capital of Japan Tokyo is currently the largest and most populous city in the world, but there was a time when Indian city Pataliputra had been maintaining the same status. Magadha Emperor Udayin founded the city adjacent to modern-day Patna in 490 BCE as a small fort near the Ganges River. It…

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THE EDUCATION SYSTEM IN BIHAR NEEDS QUICK REJUVENATION

Education System in India

Bihar’s broken education system has highest school dropout rate in India Indian state Bihar has a dropout rate of about 70% between grade 1 and grade 10. Isn’t it a surprising figure? The younger population of this North Indian state is growing up without getting a good quality education. Only 35.57% of the young population in the state is getting enrolled in colleges and universities. At present, there are 22 universities that are jointly offing 744 colleges. Only 7 colleges are there for 1 lakh population while the national average…

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MANGALORE: THE GATEWAY OF KARNATAKA

the Ice Cream Capital of India

Mangalore or Mangaluru, positioned about 352 km far from Bangalore, is popularly known as the Gateway of Karnataka. It is the second major city in Karnataka concerning most of the aspects of a city, including the business demography. If you have not visited it yet, you must visit it to explore the beaches, backwaters, and mystic locales of the Western Ghats. This coastal city handles 75 per cent of India’s coffee and cashew exports. It was the source of contention between the Mysore rulers and the British rulers. What are…

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STATUE OF UNITY: THE TALE OF 3,001 CRORE BIRTHDAY GIFT

Statue of Unity

STATUE OF UNITY WILL BE TWICE THE HEIGHT OF STATUE OF LIBERTY Built on the memory of the iron man of India Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the Statue of Unity, the tallest statue in the world, will be inaugurated by the Prime Minister on October 31st, 2018. So to increase the connectivity to the island, a 250-meter long bridge has been built by the Government of Gujarat. Flowers will be grown across the 230-hectare area look like a valley of flowers. The Statue of Unity was made 237.35 metres above sea…

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COORG: THE SCOTLAND OF INDIA

Coorg City

Coorg, the beautiful tourist destination in Indian state Karnataka, is known as Scotland of India because of its attractive landscape, healthy climate and lush greenery. People, especially the newly married couple, visit this place to have a good family vacation. Coffee and rice plantation are frequently seen in this city. Positioned on the eastern slope of the Western Ghats at an altitude of 3000 feet above sea level, the city covers an area of 1584 square miles. Coorg has a distinctive cosine as the people living here use coconut curry…

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TIRUPATI – THE SPIRITUAL CAPITAL OF ANDHRA PRADESH

Tirupati Station

In accordance with the population count made in 2011, Tirupati was the ninth most populous city in Andhra Pradesh. The city of Andhra Pradesh’s Chittoor district is considered as one of the holiest Hindu pilgrimage sites. It offers many educational institutions and historical temples, such as the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple. Tirupati is popularly known as the “Spiritual Capital of Andhra Pradesh“. The Smart City to be was awarded the tag of “Best Heritage City” for 2012–13 by India’s Ministry of Tourism. What is the best time to visit Tirupati? As…

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HOW IS THE HIMALAYAN RANGE WORKING AS THE LIFE-GIVER 1 BILLION PEOPLE?

Himalaya Mountain Range

The abode of gods is maintaining the overall happiness in south Asia The Himalayan Range has given us great river systems like the Ganga River, Chenab River, Indus River, Jhelum River, Nu Salween River, Yamuna River, Brahmaputra River, Yangtze River, and the Mekong River. As it contains the largest snow and ice mass outside the polar region, we call it the Third Pole. It has given us great river systems like the Ganga, Indus, Brahmaputra, Nu Salween, Yangtze, and the Mekong. Many glaciers in the Himalayan Range are the longest…

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CHHINDWARA – THE HOLIEST CITY OF MADHYA PRADESH

Chhindwara Museum

Chhindwara, a city of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, is one of the largest cities in the Satpura Range. It is surrounded by dense forest, river, and lush green field. The meaning of “chhind” means (date palm or khajoor) and “wara” means place. The people live here speak in Gondi and Hindi mixed with Marathi. And the most celebrated cultural festivals in the city are Pola, Bhujalia, Megnath, Akhadi and Harijyoti. Many festivals are celebrated in the district and nearby village include ‘Chouth Ka Dangal’ and ‘Panchmi Ka Mela…

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