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Visit Deoghar to get Drenched in Spiritualism

Deoghar, a delightful site in Jharkhand where many Hindus can visit temples and pilgrimage centers. Surrounded by the ruins of many Buddhist monasteries, this small town is famous as 'BaidyanathDham'. Situated at an average elevation of about 833 feet, Deoghar is home to some of the most magnificent architectural sculptures. About 7 to 8 lakh devotees visit this city every year. For this reason, Deoghar is one of the most famous pilgrimage centers. How to reach Deoghar By Air: The nearest airport to Deoghar is located in Patna, which is about 250 km from here. Regular cab services are available from the airport. By Rail: The main railway station of Deoghar is Jasidih Junction which receives regular trains from all major cities of the country. By Road: Regular buses ply from nearby cities and towns to Deoghar. It is well connected to other major cities of India by road. Regular…

Mystical places of Tamil Nadu

There are many wonderful places in the lap of nature, which makes a person spellbound. Many mysterious places exist on earth and today we are going to tell you about some mysterious places of Tamil Nadu. You will be surprised to see that such a place still exists today. Adorned with excellent architecture, rich history, these places in Tamil Nadu can attract anyone. Sikkkal Singarvelavar Temple of Karthikeya Muruga The idol installed in the Sikkkal Singarvelavar temple sweats. The temple celebrates a festival every year in the middle of October to November, in which the stone idol of Lord Subramanya is sweated. The festival marks the celebration of Lord Subramanya's victory over the demon Surapadaman and the statue's sweat symbolizing the wrath of Lord Subramanya while waiting anxiously to kill the demon. Sweating subsides at the end of the festival. This water is considered very sacred by devotees. Sweat water…

Interesting facts of Manipur

The natural beauty of Manipur attracts tourists from all over the world for its high valleys, blue mountains, waterfalls, and lush green plains. The state is surrounded by pastures, valleys and shining lakes. With its unique climate and ethnic differences, Manipur is situated amidst the hills and lakes of northeastern India. According to legends, Manipur was discovered by God during the dance. This small state is famous for its evergreen natural beauty, traditions, and rich culture. The history of Manipur dates back to 1500 BC with breathtaking views, serene lakes, silent hills, beautiful orchids, and unique culture. Pre-historic human settlements and many other intriguing caves make this state attractive to tourists. It was from this state that the game of 'Polo' was originated which has its versions such as rugby, martial arts, classical dance, mythology, and religion. So let's know about the special and interesting facts related to the state…

Changlang is situated in the lap of Nature

Changlang is situated in the lap of nature Changlang of Arunachal Pradesh is known for its natural beauty, diverse culture, unique traditions, and picturesque hills. Changlong, between beautiful valleys and surrounded by high mountains, is 200 meters to 4500 meters in height. Changlong is nothing short of any gift of nature to mankind. Tourists feel refreshed and relaxed in the lap of the long mountain ranges of Changlong. How to reach Changlang by air: The nearest airport to Changlang is Mohanbari, located in Dibrugarh, Assam, about 182 km from the city. Regular cab services are available from the airport to Changlang. By Rail: The nearest railway station of Changlang is located at Tinsukia in Assam which is about 141 km from the city and is well connected to other parts of the country. By Road: Changlang bus station is connected to all major parts of the country via roadways. The…

These historic buildings in India are examples of love

Monuments always remind us of historical importance. Built as a symbol of love, these buildings include some of the most important forts and palaces in the country. These historic buildings are still preserved as an example of love. Witnessing some of the most epic stories of love, sacrifice, and duty, these historical monuments have told the saga of their love to every generation. They also bear witness to some of the saddest and eternal love stories. The majestic walls of these historical monuments built in the architecture and architecture of ancient times make the mind happy. Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh There is no greater symbol of grand and royal love in this entire world than the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal, built of white marble, was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as a mausoleum for his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal between 1631 and 1648. His wife died…

Top Tourist Places of Pulwama Beauty

Pulwama 'Rice Bowl of Kashmir' is an agriculturally rich district of the state of Jammu and Kashmir in India. Formerly known as Pulwama 'Panvangam' or 'Pulgam', Pulwama was ruled by the Mughals in the 16th century while Afghans held power in the 19th century. Some of the picturesque and scenic spots in Pulwama are surrounded by mountains, ancient waterfalls and unique valleys. You will find mesmerizing views in Pulwama.    How to reach Pulwama By Air: The nearest airport to Pulwama is located in Srinagar which is about 37 km from this city. Regular cab services are available from the airport. By Rail: The nearest railhead is Jammu Tawi railway station located in Jammu city at a distance of 281 km from the city. By Road: Pulwama is well connected to other major cities of India through roads. Bus service is available from the bus terminal located in the city…

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