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This is a thought about the importance of water for human being. Also briefing about uses of water, sources of water, the importance of rainwater, rain water collection, disposal of rain water etc. Man needs air, water and food for survival. A man can live without air for not more than 3 minutes, without water … Continue reading Importance Of Water On The Earth
In this blog, I am explaining about Nehru trophy boat race happening on the Punnamada Lake, near Alappuzha, held on the second Saturday of August every year. It is one of the most competitive and popular boat races in the world. The main participants in this boat race are the snake boats or Chundan vallams. … Continue reading NEHRU TROPHY BOAT RACE IN KERALA
Kumbhalgarh fort, Rajasthan, India Kumbhalgarh fort is situated on the Western side of Aravalli hills in Rajsamand district of Rajasthan state in India. It is the second largest fort in Rajasthan after Chittorgarh fort. It is a fort covered four sides with huge walls. It is the second longest wall after “the great Chinese wall”!!! … Continue reading KUMBHALGARH FORT – THE GREAT WALL OF INDIA.
Ranthambore fort is inside the Ranthambore National Park near the town of Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan. It is a UNESCO certified heritage fort along with five other hill forts of Rajasthan. The park was the hunting ground of royal princes who ruled Jaipur till India’s independence. After that, it's affiliated with the Indian republic under … Continue reading RANTHAMBORE FORT IN RAJASTHAN
Chittorgarh Fort is one of the largest and the grandest fort in Rajasthan. This is situated on the left side of Berach river and known as the water fort because the fort consisted around 84 water bodies inside it and at present 22 is visible now. The fort situated 175 KM east of Udaipur. Visiting … Continue reading CHITTORGARH FORT in RAJASTHAN
Rajgad fort Rajgad fort situated approximately 60kms south-west of Pune, in Maharashtra (India) and this fort places with an altitude of 1600 meters above sea level. Maratha dynasty owned many forts and Rajgad is the most famous among them. Chhathrapathi Sivaji, the famous Maratha king used Rajgad fort for 26 years as his capital. The fort carried … Continue reading RAJGAD FORT in PUNE
Red Fort is one of the biggest monuments in New Delhi. Its location is in Old Delhi. It is also known as Lal-Qila, the Hindu word for Red Fort, because of its red sandstone walls. The original name given by the Mughal family was "Quila-I-Mubarak"(blessed fort). The height of the fort is18-33 meters. It's built by … Continue reading RED FORT – The biggest fort in Delhi
The Kerala Tourism Department has formed an attractive idea of making traditional food in every nook and corner of the state including the remote villages. The department is planning that it will give jobs to 30000 women, especially housewives within 3 years. They are planning to set up 2000 such units in Kerala. The ground works … Continue reading TOURISTS WILL GET HOMELY TRADITIONAL FOOD IN KERALA SOON.
INDIA trade center in Sharjah GLOBAL VLLAGE GLOBAL VILLAGE Long distance view of BURJ AL ARAB JEBEL JAIZ MOUNTAINSKHORFAKKAN BEACH MAMZAR BEACH - SHARJAH SIDE ARABIAN WILD LIFE CENTER - SHARJAH ABRA - DUBAI CREEK BURJ KHALIFA - DUBAI