PATIALA: The Royal City

Qila Mubarak

  Patiala, one of the most visisted cities in Punjab, is located around the Qila Mubarak in Southeastern Punjab. It was established in 1763 by Sidhu Jet Chieftain “Baba Ala Singh”. The 4th largest city in Punjab was designed and developed in adherence to temple architecture. It has emerged as a significant centre of sports and education in the state. It hosts Raja Bhalindra sports complex, Yadavindra sports stadium, polo ground, Rink Hall, National Institute of Sports and Dhruv Pandav Cricket Stadium. Patiala is a tourist destination palace many tourists…

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KOLHAPUR: The City of Wrestlers

sakshi malik

  Kolhapur is a famous city situated in South West Maharashtra. It was established by Tarabai in 1707 after the succession of the Marathas. It was a nineteen-gun salute princely state ruled by the Bhosde Chhatrapati of the Maratha Empire. The Panchganga River develops in the Western Ghats. It has five tributaries river such as The Bhugavati, Tulsi, Kumbhi, Dhamani and Kassari rivers. This city welcomes about three million visitors every year. The city which has become the primary center for the famous Marathi film Industry is the FM for…

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JAMSHEDPUR: The Steel City of India

TATA Steel

  Jamshedpur is known for its steel revolution. Founded by Late Jamshedji Nusser Wanji Tata, this city is situated at the meeting line of Kharki and Subarnarekha Rivers in Jharkhand. It hosts a long range of educational institutions, such as XLRI, Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College and National Institute of Technology. Bordered by Kharkai River in west and Subarnarekha River in north, Jamshedpur is home to Tata Steel which is the tenth largest steel manufacturing company in the world. It carries several nicknames, such as Steel City, Tatanagar, Kalimati (the…

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Indian Premier League Winners

IPL 2018

  Indian Premier League is the brainchild of Lalit Kumar Modi which is going to organize the twelfth season this year. In 2014, it was the most-attended cricket league and sixth most-attended league (among all sports) in the world. In adherence to a report published by BCCI, IPL 2015 had contributed US$ 182 million (INR 11.5 billion) to the GDP of the Indian economy. However, the brand value of IPL 2018 was US$6.3 billion which speaks about its ever-increasing popularity. Here we go with the winners of eleven IPL seasons.…

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IPL 2019 playoff favourites

IPL 2019

  In IPL 2018, Chennai Super Kings, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Rajasthan Royals, and Kolkata Knight Riders were the last four sides. What about this season? You might be asking about the top four teams of this IPL, right? Let’s have a small discussion on the basis of the playoff favourites picked by some of the former players of Indian Premier League. Former Kings XI Punjab pacer Mitchell Johnson picks Chennai Super Kings, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals as his playoff favourites; and former KKR Skipper Gautam Gambhir names…

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India will host the U-17 Women’s World Cup in 2020, FIFA confirmed

U-17 Women’s World Cup in 2020

  The President of International Football Federation, Gianni Infantino announced, after the FIFA Council meeting in Miami, USA, that India will host the U-17 Women’s World Cup in 2020. The decision to award the rights to India was taken in FIFA Council meeting held on 15th March 2019. Its earlier version, U-17 Women’s World Cup 2018, was held in Uruguay when Spain defeated Mexico in the title decider. New Zealand and Canada finished third and fourth respectively. Check out the champions, runners-ups, third place holders, and fourth place holders for…

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DHANBAD: The Coal Capital of India

Dhanbad the Coal Capital

  Dhanbad, shares its land borders with West Bengal, is the most populated city in Jharkand. The mineral rich region offers some of the largest coal mines and popularly known as the Coal Capital of India. Among the popular theories behind the origin of the name Dhanbad, the leading one involves its meaning – Dhan and Abad. It actually means prospered with wealth. Dhanbad is famous for published Hindi Newspaper. Dhanbad Rail Division secures the second position concerning the revenue generated. There are many festivals celebrated by the residents of…

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NILGIRI: The City of Blue Mountains

Nilgiri Mountains

  Positioned at the ghat of the Sahyadri hills, Nilgiri is an eye-catching hill station in Indian state Tamil Nadu. There are 24 peaks in Nilgiri Mountains with an average height of above 6600 ft. Doddabetta is the highest peak with 8652 ft height. The Nilgiri hills are parts of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and itself also part of the UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves. The headquarters of Nilgiri district is Udhagamandalam.  The Nilgiri mountain connectivity train is known by toy train. It is famous for its colorful festival…

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ZUNHEBOTO: The Land of Headhunters

The Land of Headhunters

Zunheboto is a town in Nagaland which is situated at the height of 1313 meters above sea level and known for natural beauty. Inhabited by the Sumi Naga tribe, this city was built on the top of rolling hills. Baptist Church in Zunheboto is the largest church in Asia. The people are living in this city experience Snowfall very occasionally. December to February is the coldest season. However, the people living in this city experience in heavy rainfall during the summer season. Doyang, Dikhu (Nanga), Tizu, Langki, and Horki are…

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DARJEELING: The Queen of Hills

Darjeeling Tea

Darjeeling, known as the most beautiful city in West Bengal, is located in the Himalayas at an elevation of 6700 ft. It is a popular tourist destination most popular, especially known as a hills station. It holds a surprising natural gem and unbelievable topography, thus its former known as “place of thunderbolt”. This city carries a strong influence of the British style of living like public school, hotels, and houses construction in the city. Here are the nearest airports and railway stations in Darjeeling or nearby. How to reach Darjeeling?…

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