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Posted On: 23,Jan 2012 | Tripura , India |

Tripura is a state in North-East India which borders Bangladesh, Mizoram and Assam. It is surrounded by Bangladesh on its north, south and west: the length of its international border is 856 km (84 per cent of its total border). It shares a 53 km long border with Assam and a 109 km long border with Mizoram. The state is connected with the rest of India by only one road (NH-44) that runs through the hills to the border of Karimganj District in Assam and then winds through the states of Meghalaya, Assam and North Bengal to Calcutta. At the time of Tripura's merger with effect from October 15 1949 with the Indian Union, the major mode of farming was shifting cultivation or 'jhum', which produced little surplus. A small proportion of the plain lands of the State were under settled agriculture undertaken by Bengalis, and the main crop was rice. Most of the plain lands of the State were not under cultivation and were covered with cane-brakes and marshes. Thus at the time of formation of the State, the economy was predominantly agricultural and forest-based, with no industrial base, a low level of urbanization and limited infrastructure. Capital Agartala Population 36,71,032 (census 2011) more Principal Languages Bengali and Kokborok   [more]

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Posted On: 23,Jan 2012 | Delhi , India |

Jantar Mantar is very popular among tourists and the people of Delhi. The structure is another great masterpiece of Indian architecture which shows the scientific acumen of ancient India. Jantar Manter is situated at Parliament Street, very close to Connaught Place. Jantar Mantar is also called Delhi Observatory. It is maintained by the Jaipur government because it was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II of Jaipur in 1710 A.D. It is a remarkable structure which consists of fourteen geometric devices used for measuring time, forecasting weather changes, predicting behaviour of planets and finding extraterrestrial altitude. All these devices are fixed structures and point to a specific direction. The largest device or instrument is the Samrat Jantar which is 90 feet high and its shadow is plotted in such a manner so that is shows the exact time of the day. Any weather change or the onset of monsoons can be ascertained by the Hindu Chhatri, which is a small domed structure.  The whole structure is made of stone and marble with each of then having an engraved astronomical scale. Jantar Mantar finally got the status of a national monument in 1948. It has always attracted architects, historians and scientists from all over the world.  Maharaja Jai Singh was a fanatical astronomer himself who studied various works from Hindu, Muslim and European astronomy. He had the perception that the tables used by the pundits were deceptive and the actual planetary changes and predictions of eclipses would not have been possible through these measuring parameters. So he thought that he would find an improved and efficient means through which exact prediction could be made. It was his own inspiration and foresightedness that gave shape to such an instrument. He built other observatories at Jaipur, Ujjain, Benares and Mathura to have an exact calculation. It took almost seven years before the whole structure was fully operational because he wanted to be fully satisfied with the accuracy of the instruments at Jantar Mantar.   [more]

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Posted On: 23,Jan 2012 | Delhi , India |

The vibrant and exotic atmosphere of Delhi markets can make shopping lots of fun. In fact, Delhi has the best markets in India, with handicrafts from all over the country. These top markets in Delhi are a treasure trove of goods waiting to be discovered. This huge Delhi market has been deliberately made to feel like a traditional weekly village market, called a haat. Small thatched roof cottages with a village atmosphere give it great ambiance. The market offers an exciting blend of handicrafts from all over India, food, and cultural and music performances. The entry fee is 15 rupees (35 cents). Don't miss it! Location: Sri Aurobindo Marg (opposite INA Market). Also at Netaji Subash Place (adjacent to Netaji Subash Place Metro Station), and Pitampura. Opening Hours: Daily from 10.30 a.m. to 10 p.m., including national holidays. What to Buy: Indian handcrafts and artifacts. This very popular and lively Delhi market, which was recently given a makeover, has something for everyone. You'll find goods from everywhere in India and Tibet here, and it's a great place to shop for things to take back home. However, you'll need all your bargaining skills to get a really decent price. Location: Janpath, just off Connaught Place, in central New Delhi. Opening Hours: Daily. What to Buy: Handicrafts, hippy clothing, shoes, paintings, brassware, Indian artifacts, leather work, and cheap jewelry.   [more]

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Posted On: 23,Jan 2012 | Varanasi , India |

Few places in India are as colourful, charismatic or spiritual as the bathing ghats lining the Ganges in Varanasi. The city of Shiva is one of the holiest places in India, where Hindu pilgrims come to wash away a lifetime of sins in the Ganges or to cremate their loved ones. Varanasi, previously named Benares and Kashi (City of Light) – it was renamed after the Varuna and Asi Rivers, which meet here – has always been an auspicious place to die, since expiring here offers moksha (liberation from the cycle of birth and death). The city is the beating heart of the Hindu universe, a crossing place between the physical and spiritual worlds, and the Ganges is viewed as a river of salvation, an everlasting symbol of hope to past, present and future generations. The magical but sometimes overwhelming city is where the most intimate rituals of life and death take place in public on the city’s ghats. The accessibility to the practices of an ancient but still living religious tradition is what captivates many visitors, and a walk along the ghats or a boat ride on the river is one of India’s most absorbing experiences. Museums at Varanasi Jantar Mantar at Varanasi Archaeological museum Bharat Kala Bhavan Ramnagar Fort Temples Varanasi is a city of temples. Tilbhandeshwar temple is also one of the oldest temples in Varanasi. It is situated near Bengali Tola Inter College Pande Haweli.   [more]

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Posted On: 23,Jan 2012 | Cochin , India |

Kochi  formerly Cochin, is a major port city on the west coast of India by the Arabian Sea. Kochi is part of the district of Ernakulam in thestate of Kerala. Kochi is often called by the name Ernakulam, which refers to the western part of the mainland Kochi. The civic body that governs the city is the Corporation of Cochin, which was constituted in the year 1967, and the statutory bodies that oversee its development are the Greater Cochin Development Authority and the Goshree Islands Development Authority. Tourist spots in Cochin Chinese Fishing Nets, Fort Kochi Fort Kochi beach St. Francis Church, Fort Kochi Vasco House, Fort Kochi Jewish Synagogue and Jew Town, Mattancherry   [more]

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Posted On: 23,Jan 2012 | Agra , India |

it is a very-2 beautiful temple. Radhasoami (Radha Swami) is a philosophical organization originating in 19th century India, and considered by adherents as a true way to attain God realization. The Radhasoami faith is also referred to as Sant Mat, the "Path of the Saints." The word 'Radhasoami' itself is actually a combination of two words: 'Radha' (referring to the soul or spiritual essence, either of an individual or of the whole) and 'Soami' (referring to the spiritual master; cognate to the Sanskrit term swami or svami); the combined word thus refers to the "Lord of the Soul" or God. It also can be interpreted to mean the "Master Soul" or "Spirit Master" who guides the disciple to higher states of consciousness. Like its sister Sant Mat sects, Radhasoami emphasizes the use of listening to inner sound accessed by (mantra/simran), combined with personal loyalty to a given living Master, for devotees to attain desired states of spiritual advancement. daytona beach hotels   [more]

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Posted On: 19,Jan 2012 | Jammu Kashmir , India |

Gulmarg’ – ‘Path of Roses’ in Hindi is a Hill Station and a Notified Area Committee Town of Baramulla District in India’s northernmost State – Jammu and Kashmir.Located at 34°03′N74°23′E34.05°N 74.38°E coordinates, it is a mountain-plateau perched at an elevation of about 9000 feeton the slopes of Mount Apharwat – world’s 9th highest mountain.Gulmarg lies at the western end of the Himalayas in a subsidiary range called the Pir Panjal and close to Nanga Parbat (Mountain). Gulmarg is about 55 kilometres southwest of the State Capital – Srinagar. Gulmarg is an all-weather resort and attracts tourists for trekking, mountain biking, horse riding, water skiing, fishing, skiing, Heli-skiing, snowboarding, sledding and snow-shoeing. An International Tourism destination for Winter Adventure Sports - Gulmarg is one of the best powder snow resorts of the world owing to regular and considerable snowfalls all winter long. Gulmarg was originally called ‘Gaurimarg’ by the native shepherds. In the 16th Century, Sultan Yusuf Shahchanged its name to ‘Gulmarg’ when he saw scores of brightly coloured wildflowers carpeting the hills and meadows kilometres together. Mughal Emperor Jahangir is known to have picked 21 different varieties of wild flowers from Gulmarg. Gulmarg has been a filmmaker’s favourite locale when the theme is romance. Gulmarg epitomizes natural beauty and fills the ambience with marvelous multi-coloured landscapes what with millions of wild flowers covering kilometres of meadows and hill slopes of Gulmarg. It is a massive saucer-shaped slope,dense and bright greenmeadow of about 5 square kilometres in area in the Gulmarg Valley of the Kashmir region. In springtime this whole area gets blanketed with scores of bright Daisies, Poppies, Buttercups, Bluebells and Forget me not’s. All this is with a backdrop of the silvery snow-capped mountain range. The course that leads to Gulmarg is just as fascinating as it meanders its way through flat areas of rice fields and then ascends the hills through conifer-covered hill-slopes. This is one of the few places to skip shortcuts. The peaks surrounding Gulmarg range in heights of 8,700 and 10,500 ft, which make it the only ‘Heli Skiing’Station in Asia and the highest Skiing location in India. Being a world famous tourist spot for Snow Sports, the sports gear such as skis, boots, sticks, gloves and goggles are available for rent at the Ski shop which is owned and run by the government where you would also find skiing instructors. You would be surprised to know that the world’s second highestCable Car operates in Gulmarg! Gulmarg also cradles one of world’s Highest Golf Courses. Gulmarg offers some breath-takingviews on the trekking trails. The trek routes commence at Gulmarg and follow a well-graded Pony track over the Apharwat Ridgeand across to the Khilanmarg. At the base of the Apharwat Ridge lies the picturesque Alpine Lake –Alpather about 13 kms from Gulmarg.The Alpather Lake is frozen for more than half a year until mid-June where you see lumps of ice afloat. Horse-Riding enthusiasts make it a day’s excursion to the Alpather Lake by traversing the 26 kms onward and back on horseback. At the base of the slopes of Gulmarg is the Shrine of Baba Reshi or Ziarat of Baba Reshi who is a famous Muslim Saint who breathed his last in Gulmarg. Baba Reshi was once a courtier of the Kashmir King Zain-ul-Abidin. Thousands of pilgrims visit this Shrine each year. Joshmaidan is another beautiful meadow near Gulmarg to visit and takes 5 days for a return trekking trip. Beauty mixes with the brains at Gulmarg with the inception and presence of the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) in Gulmargat 74o E, 34.1o N coordinates. This high-altitude Atomic Research Centre is an Astrophysical Science Division that operates a Low-energy Neutron Monitor. BARC engages in a wide spectrum of scientific and technological activities spanning basic laboratory bench scale research to scaled-up plant level operations. BARC’s mandate is to provide Research and Development support required to sustain one of the major peaceful applications of nuclear energy such as the power generation, including the conceptualization of the program; drafting and finalization of the design of the Reactor and its peripheral components. The Astrophysical Sciences Division operates three outstation facilities at - Mount Abu, Srinagar and Gulmarg. A low energy neutron monitor is operated at this High Altitude Research Laboratory in Gulmarg while the Mumbai and Mount Abu Laboratories engage in high energy Gamma Ray Astronomy. What BARC also does is extend its expertise to chemical processing of spent fuels, safe disposal of nuclear waste besides developing new isotope application techniques in industries, medicine and agriculture. Advanced frontline research in physical, chemical and biological sciences are intensely being pursued in BARC in order to give the nation a cutting edge in the fields of science and technology at the international levels. Thus, BARC is a multifaceted institution wherein the in house research findings were further translated into the development stage and finally through successful demonstration phase is taken for deployment in the respective fields. Advanced equipment and instruments, well set laboratories, vibrant ambience and availability of expertise from all fields of science and engineering are the unique features of BARC committed in taking the nation to the new horizons of knowledge and development. The High Altitude Research Laboratory was established at Gulmarg, Kashmir in 1963, based on the initiative of Dr. H. J. Bhabha – scientist, engineer and architect.Its directive was to provide the Indian scientific community - a self-contained high altitude / high latitude laboratory for scientific research. Over the years, myriad scientific investigations in the field of ionospheric studies, cosmic ray astrophysics, radio astronomy, geomagnetism, atmospheric neutron monitoring, high altitude flora and fauna etc. have been conducted at this laboratory. Homi Jehangir Bhabha was the visionary, who conceptualized the Indian Nuclear Programme and initiated the nuclear science research in India in March 1944 with the help of a group of Scientists. He envisaged the vast potential of nuclear energy and its feasible utilization in the field of power generation. In 1944, Dr. Homi Jehangir Bhabha launched the Indian Nuclear Programme having realized the immense potential of nuclear energy as an alternative source for electric power generation. Dr. Bhabha launched Nuclear Research in India following the discovery of nuclear fission phenomena by Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassman and soon after Enrico Fermi from Chicago reported the feasibility of sustained nuclear chain reactions. Milestone of the Department of Atomic energy: 1944: Dr. Homi Jehangir Bhabha urges Sir Dorabji Tata Trust to start Nuclear Research in India. 1945: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai is inaugurated. 1948: Atomic Energy Commission is constituted. 1949: Rare Minerals Survey Unit is set up. Later, this unit becomes Atomic Minerals Division. It is renamed as Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration and Research on July 29, 1998. 1952: Rare Earths Plant of IRE at Alwaye, Kerala, is dedicated to the nation and production of Rare Earths & Thorium - Uranium concentrate commences. 1954: Department of Atomic Energy is created. 1957: Atomic Energy Establishment, Trombay (AEET) is inaugurated. 1961: Research Reactor ZERLINA attains criticality. 1965: Plutonium Plant is inaugurated. 1967: Atomic Energy Establishment Trombay (AEET) is renamed as Bhabha Atomic Research Centre. 1967: Electronics Corporation of India Limited is set up at Hyderabad for producing electronic systems, instruments and components. 1967: Formation of Power Projects Engineering Division, Mumbai, which was subsequently converted to Nuclear Power Board on August 17, 1984. It is renamed as Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited on September 17, 1987. 1968: Uranium Mill at Jaduguda, with a capacity of 1,000 TPD, commences commercial production of Magnesium diuranate (yellow cake). Jaduguda Mine Shaft is commissioned in November 1968. 1968: Nuclear Fuel Complex is set up at Hyderabad. 1969: Reactor Research Centre is started at Kalpakkam. Renamed as Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research in 1985. 1969: Heavy Water Projects is constituted. Later, it becomes Heavy Water Board. 1969: Tarapur Atomic Power Station starts commercial operation. 1971: Plutonium fuel for Research Reactor PURNIMA-I is fabricated at Trombay. 1972: Formation of DAE Safety Review Committee. 1972: Research Reactor PURNIMA-I attains criticality. 1972: Unit-1 of Rajasthan Atomic Power Station at Kota begins commercial operation. Unit II goes commercial on November 1, 1980. 1974: Peaceful underground Nuclear Experiment is conducted at Pokhran, Rajasthan. 1977: Variable Energy Cyclotron becomes operational at Kolkata. 1983: Atomic Energy Regulatory Board is constituted. 1984: Madras Atomic Power Station - Unit I at Kalpakkam starts commercial operation. Unit II goes commercial on March 21, 1986. 1985: Waste Immobilization Plant (WIP) at Tarapur is commissioned. 1989: Regional Radiation Medicine Centre (RRMC) is inaugurated at Kolkata. 1998: Five underground nuclear tests are conducted at Pokhran Range, Rajasthan. 1999: India's first Nuclear Power Plant Simulator is upgraded. 2002: India signs the contract with the Russian Federation for the Nuclear Power Station at Kudankulam, Tamil Nadu. 2003: Bharatiya Nabhikiya Vidyut Nigam Limited (BHAVINI) is set up at kalpakkam, Tamil Nadu. 2004: Crystal and Mat Laboratories are inaugurated at Trombay. Computer Centre is inaugurated at Trombay. Protocols for entering the BARC premises: Entry is strictly by invitation only. Valid identity proof with photographs like, Company Photo ID Card, Valid Passport, Voter Card, PAN card is to be produced at the entrance. Any electronic items like digital diary, pager, Remote keys, Camera, binoculars, Film rolls (Exposed & unexposed), laptops, Palmtops etc. are not allowed inside. Any mobile and FM/Radio enabled devices are not allowed inside. Any portable storage devices like Floppies, CDROM, DVD, Pen Drives, portable hard disk, Memory Stick are not allowed inside. Do not carry any other personal articles which are not required for official work. For more details you may contact the Security Officer on duty at the reception. After verification of documents like ID proof, CEP application and presence of invitee official/escort official, a temporary card will be issued by the Security officer. Your visit to BARC is restricted to the locations mentioned on the CEP. During the visit to BARC, always display/carry the temporary card. Depending on the activities in the Laboratory, BARC reserves the right to permit or revoke invitation - with or without notice.   [more]

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Posted On: 31,Dec 2011 | Hyderabad , India |

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Posted On: 30,Dec 2011 | Chennai , India |

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Posted On: 07,Dec 2011 | Delhi , India |

Positioned in the south western part of India, this state may be tiny in size but is certainly big on appeals. With abundant Goa Beaches stroked by the Arabian Sea, there are loads of spots you can pick from. From the more profitable traveler laden beaches like Baga, Calangute and Anjuna in North Goa that proffer guests a surfeit of cool beach shacks and restaurants and a bustling nightlife, to the quieter beaches like Palolem, Agonda and Benaulim in South Goa that are soother, comforting and picturesque, the state has it all.   [more]

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Posted On: 30,Nov 2011 | Agra , India |

Agra: Agra’s Taj Mahal is one of the most famous buildings in the world, the mausoleum of Shah Jahan’s favorite wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It is one of the New Seven Wonders of the world, and one of three World Heritage Sites in Agra. Completed in 1653, the T?j Mahal was built by the Mughal king Sh?h Jah?n as the final resting place for his beloved wife, Mumt?z Mahal. Finished in marble, it is perhaps India’s most fascinating and beautiful monument. This perfectly symmetrical monument took 22 years (1630-1652) of hard labour and 20,000 workers, masons and jewelers to build and is set amidst landscaped gardens. Jaipur / Udaipur: Jaipur is also popularly known as the Pink City, is the capital of the Indian state of Rajasthan. Jaipur is a very famous tourist and education destination in India. Lots of people flock to Jaipur to view the various forts and monuments in Jaipur which reflect its glorious past. Tourism is a significant part of Jaipur’s economy. Some of the world’s best hotels are located here. Forts & Monuments: • Hawa Mahal • Amber Fort • Jaigarh Fort • Nahargarh Fort • City Palace • Jantar Mantar • Jal Mahal • Rambagh Palace • Chandra Mahal, The City Palace, Jaipur • Diwan-e-Aam, City Palace • Central Museum, (Albert Hall Museum) Goa: Goa is Famous for its pristine beaches, infact 90% of all the tourism in Goa happens only for its beautiful beaches in Coastal Areas. Goa has two main tourist seasons: winter and summer. In the winter time, tourists from abroad (mainly Europe) come to Goa to enjoy the splendid climate. In the summertime (which, in Goa, is the rainy season), tourists from across India come to spend the holidays. In 2008 there were more than three million tourists reported to have visited Goa, more than half million of whom were from Foreign visitors. Infact, many foreigners have made Goa as there home for its laid-back and relaxed lifestyle ! Kashmir: Kashmir was once called Heaven on Earth, and once of the most beautiful places in the world. However, in last couple of decades, terrorism has faded its charm – A place home to Himalayan Ranges. The State of Jammu & Kashmir has main three geographical regions known as “The Lesser Himalayas” or the “Jhelum Valley” (Kashmir), “The Inner Himalayas” or “The Indus Valley” (Ladakh & Frontier areas) also called “Trans-Himalayas”, and “The Outer-Himalayas” or “The Southern mountain range” (Jammu). The area of Jammu & Kashmir is 2, 22,236 square kilometers. Kanyakumari: Though there are several places of tourist-interest in the town and district, Kanyakumari is especially popular in India for its spectacular and unique sunrise and sunset. The confluence of three ocean bodies – the Bay of Bengal, the Indian Ocean, and the Arabian Sea – makes the sunrise and sunset even more special. On balmy, full-moon evenings, one can also see the moon-rise and sunset at the same time – on either side of the horizon. Kerala (Backwaters) Kerala, situated on the lush and tropical Malabar Coast, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Named as one of the "ten paradises of the world" and "50 places of a lifetime" by the National Geographic Traveler magazine, Kerala is especially known for its ecotourism initiatives, Beautiful Backwaters and Alternative healing massages. Old Delhi : Delhi, Capital of India has many attractions like mosques, forts and other monuments that represent India’s history. The important places in Old Delhi include the majestic Red Fort. New Delhi on the other hand houses many government buildings and embassies, apart from places of historical interest. The Qutub Minar, Red Fort and Humayun’s Tomb have been declared World Heritage Sites. Ajanta Ellora: Ajantha & Ellora are 28 – 30 rock-cut cave monuments created during the first century BC and 5th century AD, containing paintings and sculptures considered to be masterpieces of both Buddhist religious art and universal pictorial art. The caves are located just outside the village of Ajantha / Ellora in Aurangabad district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Darjeeling: Darjeeling in India owes’ its grandeur to its natural beauty, its clean fresh mountain air and above all, the smiling resilient people for whom it is a home. Known for its natural splendor, Darjeeling’s best gift to its’ visitors is the dawn of a new day. The mountains awaken first with a tentative peeking of the sun. A steep ride, five kilometers from Ghoom, or an invigorating walk up a steep incline, leads sun worshippers to Tiger Hill. The air is chilly with darkness and damp. To the east, a dull orange sun emerged painting the sky with brilliant strokes of magenta, gold, orange and fuchsia. The snow capped Everest, Kabru, Kanchenjunga, Jannu and other peaks slowly emerge from slumber to start a new day. The sun worshippers gasp at the magnificent sight. Mysore: Mysore is a tourism hot spot within the state of Karnataka and also acts as a base for other tourist places in the vicinity of the city. The city receives the maximum number of tourists during the period of the Dasara festival when festivities take place for a period of 10 days. One of the most visited monuments in India, the Ambavilas Palace (also known as Mysore Palace) is the center of the Dasara festivities.   [more]

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Posted On: 21,Nov 2011 | Assam , India |

Kaziranga National Park is a national park in the Golaghat and Nagaon district of the state of Assam, India. This national park is mainly famous for single horn Rhinoceros. On 1 June 1905, the Kaziranga Proposed Reserve Forest was created with an area of 232 km2 . If we fail to see the Rhinoceros any where than we can move towards the Kaziranga national park and see them. It is a natural home of it and really they feel it due to large area i.e. covered by forest including river and three types of climates i.e. summer, monsoon and winter. The climatic condition of this park moves between 25 0C (77 0F) – to – 5 0C (41 0F). The Idea of establishment of this park brought by Mary Victoria Leiter Cruzon, the wife of Viceroy of india Lord Cruzon in 1904 for the purpose to protect the Rhinoceros. Rhinoceros is a beautiful creation of nature, but this time it is in endangered zone. The number of Rhinoceros is very little in the world due to human interfere in the wildlife. The Establishment of Kaziranga national park in India is a great example of wildlife protection. If you fail to see the Rhinoceros than visit the Kaziranga national park and see this beautiful animal. In this park to many funs for visitors like birding, wildlife observation, elephants and jeep available as guided tour facility for visitors in the park. But hiking is prohibited in the park to avoid potential human-animal conflicts. The park closed for visitors from mid-April to mid-October due to monsoon rains.   [more]

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Posted On: 21,Nov 2011 | Goa , India |

Casino Royale Goa now offers you a memorable time in Goa with the launch of Villa De Penha, an exclusive boutique hotel on the banks of the river Mandovi. Launching on Dec 1st 2011, Villa De Penha offers picturesque views set in an ambiance of luxury and comfort. Equipped with contemporary amenities and set in a splendid ambience, Villa De Penha makes your holiday a picture perfect one. From the comfort of your room, you can feast your eyes over the magnificient views of the sunrise and sunset over the vast river. Villa De Penha is the only hotel with its own private jetty to ferry guests to Casino Royale directly without visiting the Panjim jetty. Now no more delays to reach your favourite gaming destination!! For bookings and early bird offers contact Tel: +91 0832 665 9425 / +91 880 666 3570 Email: alriadsouza@casinoroyalegoa.com   [more]

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Posted On: 18,Nov 2011 | Agra , India |

Tajmahal a imagination of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. He establish a sign of their love and this time its famous all over world as a great historical monuments. Its shows that how much advanced technology found in India that time. So i feel always proud to be an Indian.Tajmahal established at the bank Yamuna River. The Inspiration for establishment of Tajmahal from his wife Mumtaz Mahal. It was a promise from his wife (Mumtaz Mahal) for a beautiful gift at the time birth of 14th child and see is died at this time. The garden and other surrounding building completed after five years. It too long time for creation of this monument. It is Combination of different type of architecture like the interior part of this used the earlier Mughal architecture, Persian architecture. The Specific inspiration came from successful Timurid and Mughal buildings including. Emperor Shah Jahan himself described the Taj in these words: Should guilty seek asylum here, Like one pardoned, he becomes free from sin. Should a sinner make his way to this mansion, All his past sins are to be washed away. The sight of this mansion creates sorrowing sighs; And the sun and the moon shed tears from their eyes. In this world this edifice has been made; To display thereby the creator’s glory.   [more]

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Posted On: 18,Nov 2011 | Delhi , India |

Dear Friends, Has any one used Go heritage India Journeys? Planning for a family vacation for Delhi - Agra - Jaipur http://www.goheritageindiajourneys.com/ Will be grateful to recieve your feed back. Thanks Jassica Mukherjee   [more]

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Posted On: 18,Nov 2011 | Delhi , India |

Deccan Odyssey the royal caravan of fun,frolic and mirthful excursion will traverse from the 7th December 2011to capture the mesmeric shadows of India. For booking of this royal train call the representative of Go Heritage India Journeys and get the best of packages on Deccan Odyssey.   [more]

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Posted On: 15,Nov 2011 | Chennai , India |

The traveling is anything “the traveling” is very good from the meaning understood. “the travel” is the travel, goes out, namely to realize some goal, but marches forward the process in the space from the armor to the second grade place; “tours” is goes out to tour, the sightseeing, the entertainment, namely to achieve the travel which these goals do. The two gather are the traveling. Therefore, the travel stresses in the line, not only the traveling has “the line”, and has the sightseeing, the entertainment meaning.More info about China tour from askchinatour.com   [more]

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Posted On: 14,Nov 2011 | Goa , India |

Goa is an enchanting land blessed with several coral beaches. Visitors can find here inevitable fun & pleasure just off the mighty ocean. From sunbathing to wind surfing and snorkeling to scuba diving, Goa beaches offers invincible water sports fitting to all natures of travelers. Besides this, endless opportunities for indoor/outdoor games also leave sports lovers spellbound, and tempt them to visit Goa again and again.     [more]

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Posted On: 12,Nov 2011 | Goa , India |

Swinging palms, warm sand and twinkling water; Goa is the perfect destination for a beach vacation. Goa’s exotic shoreline that stretches 30miles long houses more than 35 beaches, some of them are world famous. From fun-filled water sports to soothing serenity, and rocking midnight parties to savory local festivity, Goa’s pristine beaches might make your holiday a once-in-lifetime experience.       [more]

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Posted On: 15,Oct 2011 | Goa , India |

The Asian Poker Tour boasts itself as the original and biggest poker tour in Asia. The Asian Poker Tour (APT) is pleased to announce a historic move that will see the APT Asian Series tournament land on the sunny shores of India's Goa. Set to take place from November 8-14, 2011 at the floating Casino Royale, it will be the first time that an APT tournament will be held in India and, as such, is poised to capitalise on the country's burgeoning and largely untapped poker scene. The venue for the event, Casino Royale, is the country's largest off-shore casino. Anchored just off the shores of Goa's capital, Panaji, the ship's poker room is a premier destination for visiting players and has made a name for itself in hosting the region's richest tournaments.   [more]