Amritsar represents Sikhism, Hinduism, Buddhism equally

Amritsar represents Sikhism, Hinduism, Buddhism equally

AMRITSAR: The city of the holiest Sikh pilgrim Planning to visit Amritsar? Great idea! You must visit this city if you are an enthusiast of brotherhood and selfless humanity service introduced by Sikhism; it is located in the northwestern portion of India. Historically known as Ambarsar and Rāmdāspur, it is among the heritage cities for HRIDAY – Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana scheme. Not only the followers of the Sikh religion, but Buddhism followers also love to visit Amritsar. Nearest cities Lahore and Kasur were founded by the sons…

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DHOLERA SIR: A Greenfield City with Engineering Wonders

Dholera SIR residential area

  Smart Cities are gradually coming into existence, and it is a doubtless fact that the cities to be developed with smart infrastructure are going to rebuild the urban landscape of the country. We all are familiar with the fact that the Government of India had announced the 100 Smart Cities Mission to make 100 safe, sustainable, and citizen-friendly cities across the country. Yes, the Government is facing challenges, but it does not mean that the project is not taking forward movements. Dholera SIR, positioned between Bhavnagar and Ahmedabad (around…

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RISHIKESH: The City of Yoga and Sages

the city of Yoga and Sages

  Rishikesh is a beautiful place in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. It is known as Adventure City of India and also called the Yoga capital of the world. It is situated on the banks of the Ganges River. The city is famous for Ayurveda treatments and many Ayurveda centers. Rishikesh is also a good staring Laxman Jhula point for treks to Himalaya’s pilgrimage centers such as Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri. This city is knowledge and peace with us numerous Temples, Ashram, and Yoga Institutes. It is a wonderful…

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MUSSOORIE: The Queen of the Mountains

MUSSOORIE

  Mussoorie is a wonderful place for the nature lovers. It is positioned at a distance of 35 km from Dehradun. This beautiful hill station holds its position in the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayan range. Mussoorie was founded by LT Frederick Young of East Indian Company. There hills for the purpose of shooting game. The first beer brewery in India was built in Mussoorie in 1850. It has developed into an important Centre of education and business. Mussoorie is also famous for the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of…

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PONDICHERRY: The Paris of the East

The Paris of the East

  Pondicherry is a small and beautiful city in the southern part of India. It is popularly called Pondee or Pondy. Pondicherry also has known as the official capital of the Pondicherry union territory. The city is in the Pondicherry district of the union territory and surrounded by the state of Tamil Nadu. The French East India Company founded this city in 1674. The French governess to the Indian union took place in 1954 was established as the union territory of Pondicherry. Transfer of territory agreement was done between India…

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Nainital: The City of Lakes

nainital tourism

  Nainital is a trendy and exquisite hill station is positioned in the Kumaon region foothills of the outer Himalayas; i.e., in Uttarakhand. This town is said to be one of the best shining diamonds of the Himalayan Belt. This town has three major lakes that contribute to making it cool and calm throughout the year. This town shines as a glittering jewel in the Himalayan Mountains and is surrounded by nature’s bounty. It is a heaven for nature lovers — this town hill station to welcome the New Year…

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MUNDI: The power hub city

Mandi the power hub city

  Mundi is an ancient city in Indian state Madhya Pradesh; it is thousand years old and surrounded by a forest in the Narmada River valley. Mundi lies in the Nimar Region which includes the lower valley of the Silver River, Narmada River, and Kherkhali River. Some other famous tourist places are nearby Mundi city such as Singaji, ST Bokhardas Gulabdas Dham, Hanumantiya Island, and Adventurous Water Sports. Mostly Mundi village peoples speak Hindi, English, and Nimadi and Write in the Devanagari script. The name of the city was derived…

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MALDA: The Mango City

Malda Mango

  Malda is a historically relevant city and one of the biggest cities in West Bengal. The city is positioned at the meeting line of two rivers Mahananda and Kalindi Rivers. It has two municipalities – English Bazar municipality and Old Malda municipality. The district headquarters is English Bazar, also known as Malda. This city is famous for the Folk art from called Gombhira. Almost national Channels and local media channels are operated throughout the city such as Malda Today, MCN News, CCN, High TV, Sabar Cable, Sabar Monorenjan, etc. …

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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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