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108 feet Hanuman Statue at Sitamarhi , Uttar Pradesh Read more »... Read more
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Pav Bhaji Stall at Juhu Beach, Mumbai If one ever visits Mumbai and goes to Juhu Beach don't miss eating delicious and chatpatti  "Mumbai Ki Pav Bhaji". Read more »... Read more
clicks 234 View   Vote 0 Like   1:03am 10 May 2013 #Mumbai
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Dear Divine Souls , After visiting Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple I came to my final destination in my auto tour of kashi i.e. New Kashi Vishwamanth Temple or Birla Mandir, Varanasi .New Kashi Vishwanath Temple or Birla Mandir The New Kashi Vishwanath temple of Varanasi is located in the huge premises of the Benaras Hindu University (BHU). It is also called the Birla Mandir  as the famous industrialists family of India, the Birlas constructed it. The New Vishwanath Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is a replica of the Original Kashi Vishwanath temple which Aurangzeb destroyed. The temple is built in white marble stone  and was planned by Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya,  the founder of the B... Read more
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Dear Divine Souls , Coming to my next destinations in Kashi Yatra were Tulsi Manas Mandir , Tridev Mandir and Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple. Tulsi Manas Mandir This is one of most famous temples in Varanasi and this is place where famous Hindu Epic Ramcharitmanas was composed by Saint Tulsidas. Located near Durga temple this temple stands on a large area with green decorative lawns and great landscapes around it. . The whole sight of watching the temple from the gate is simply beautiful . The whole temple was made in 1964 of white marble. The Temple is dedicated to Lord Ram.Tulsi Manas Mandir , Varanasi Read more »... Read more
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A Butterfly and Yellow Flowers Read more »... Read more
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Cat on Bajaj Chetak Scoter Read more »... Read more
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On the occassion of Ramnavmi and final day of Navratri I bring you one of the most important temple of Varanasi called The Durga Mandir . Dear Divine Souls , After Tilbhandeshwar Mahadev Temple , I went to another very famous temple of Varanasi called the Durga Temple.This temples lies besides a rectangular pond known as Durga Kund. The Kund was connected to the Ganga river earlier .  This temple was built in 18th century by Bengali Maharani. Though built by a Bengali This temple does not have its  influence and built in Northern Style of architecture called Nagara. The temple is painted in Red  with orange ochre which correlates it with Durga  Maa the Great Goddess of strength & po... Read more
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Dear Divine Souls , After Kalbhairav and Mrityunjay Mahadev Temple, I took an auto and proceeded towards the important temples of Varanasi . First one was Bharat Mata temple. Bharat Mata Temple There are only two temples dedicated to Mother India, one in Varanasi and other in Haridwar. Bharat Mata Temple is out of the way from all other important temples of Varanasi . This Temple is located in Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyaeeth Campus. It has huge open area with trees surrounding and huge lush green lawn  in front.  This Temple was made by the nationalists Babu Shiv Prasad Gupta and Durga Prasad Khatri and inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi in 1936. Bharat Mata Temple , VaranasiRead more »... Read more
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Daulatabad Fort : A view of Daulatabad Town Read more »... Read more
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Golden Temple , Harmandir Sahib , Amritsar Read more »... Read more
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Mumbai Skyline from Nariman Point Read more »... Read more
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MAHA YATRA : Kashi and Kumbh 2013 1. Mumbai to Varanasi : Views of Narmada and Ganga 2. Dasaswamedh Ghat and Naga Sadhus, Varanasi 3. Nepali Temple, Lalita Ghat : Varanasi 4. Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Visalakshi Shaktipeeth , Varanasi 5. Manikarnika Ghat, Varanasi , Where Death is Celebrated 6. Narrow Lanes of Varanasi 7. Kalbhairav Temple, VaranasiDear Divine Souls,  After coming out of the Narrow Lanes of Varanasi I proceeded towards Kalbhairav Temple which is located one km away from Godwlia in Visheswarganj. When I am in tour I normally walk 7 to 8 kms at least in day swirling around at every corner watching all over but today as I had less time So I took cycle rickshaw and pro... Read more
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After attending  Neutrogena Indiblogger Meet  on Sunday, 7th April 2013, I went to  Juhu beach with my new blogging friend Avinash Gupta .While roaming I clicked few pictures of this Great Destination of Mumbai . Just don't want to put any words today. Thanks. A very lonely couple enjoying their moments in between huge crowd on Sunday Evening in Juhu Beach, Mumbai Read more »... Read more
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Dear Divine Souls,   Coming to one more important aspect of Varanasi are Lanes of Varanasi. Can anyone imagine a complete post written on these narrow lanes. There are very few and I am one of them. The most thrilling part in travelling in Varanasi City is walking in lanes of Varanasi near Godowlia. The whole area of around 2 kms near Kashi Vishwanath temple is complex labyrinth of small narrow lanes and by paths. The lanes are so narrow surrounded by the buildings that during many months of the year sunlight doesn't touch the ground. The maximum breadth of the lanes is 3 to 4  feet and somewhere the breadth goes to even one feet. In some places hardly one person can walk. During festi... Read more
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Dear Divine Souls, After visiting Kashi Vishwanath temple I proceeded towards the most important and largest ghat of Varanasi called Manikarnika Ghat through narrow lanes of Varanasi. One of the most unique aspects of Varanasi City is cremation of dead bodies at Manikarnika Ghat. Tourists all over the world only come to see this ritual at this Maha Shamsana. Here dead bodies are brought with joy and fervor with bands, drums and  trumpets in a procession with the shouts of words RAM NAAM SATYA HAI chorused by everyone in the group . It is said that whoever is cremated at Manikarnika ghat does not get next birth . He straight way gets liberated for the cycles of life and birth. The reason is... Read more
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P - 15Om Beach, Gokarna Read more »... Read more
clicks 266 View   Vote 0 Like   2:34am 5 Apr 2013 #Gokarna
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P - 13Indian Jawaan (Soldier) at Panchtarni - Sangam path : Amarnath Yatra Read more »... Read more
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Dear Divine Souls, After finishing with Ganga Bath , Nepali Temple and Lalita Ghat we  proceeded towards the most important shrine of Varanasi, King of all Jyotirlings , Kashi Vishwanath Mahadeva and Visalakshi Devi.   Both the temples are besides each other by a walk able distance of five minutes but one has to visit Kashi Vishwanath Jyotirling first and then Kashi Visalakshi Devi. From Lalita Ghat one can reach the second gate of  Kashi Vishwanath  Temple through the sleek 2 feet lanes of Kashi which is once again a tremendous experience.One post will be written specially on lanes of Varanasi. I always prefer to go by the second gate as gate number one or main gate is heavily crowded... Read more
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P-12Twelve Jyotirlings of Lord Shiva A"Jyotirlinga" or "Jyotirling" or"Jyotirlingam"  is a shrine where Lord Shiva  is worshipped in the form of a self manifested Swayambhu  "Lingam (pillar) of light." There are twelve traditional Jyotirlinga shrines in India according to spiritual texts . Read more »... Read more
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P - 11Sunrise : Shot taken from Haji Ali, Mumbai Read more »... Read more
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Dear Divine Souls, After having bath at Dasaswamedh Ghat we headed towards Kashi Vishwanath Temple, another way from the main gate which passes through the banks of Ganga. But before reaching that,we crossed Manmandir Ghat and reached Nepali Ghat and Lalita Ghat. Nepali Ghat is named because it houses Nepali Lord Shiva temple.  In one line I would say that, " Tourists from all over the world just come to see this temple which has no comparison with any other temple in India because of its magnificence." Walking around the ghats of Ganga is always a great spiritual experience and that too in morning one finds serenity and calmness even though the ghats are crowded with devotees in... Read more
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MAHA YATRA : Kashi and Kumbh 2013 1. Mumbai to Varanasi : Views of Narmada and Ganga 2. Dasaswamedh Ghat and Naga Sadhus, VaranasiDear Divine Souls,6th March 2013Besides Ganges I wanted to witness sunrise in Varanasi on the ghats of Ganga and the timing of sunrise was 6.11 AM. We reached Varanasi at 6.00 AM. Our train was late by 2 hours. I started looking out for Hotels for keeping our luggage near Varanasi station and to my surprise all the hotels near station were almost full.   This took some time . So we straight away took an auto and went to Dasaswamedh ghat. By the time we reached Dasaswamedh ghat, the sun already rose and I started to feel the ecstasy near Ganges. Kashi is probabl... Read more
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MAHA YATRA : Kashi and Kumbh 2013 1. Mumbai to Varanasi : Views of Narmada and Ganga 2. Dasaswamedh Ghat and Naga Sadhus, VaranasiDear Divine Souls , After some days, I start again with my new Yatra which I am naming it as Kashi - Kumbh Yatra 2013. I had already gone to Varanasi and Prayag before in 2011 but this time due to Kumbh 2013 , I wanted to visit this again. Kumbh was my first priority and after commitment to my clients I somehow managed to plan my visit from 22 to 28 February and this time it was only my father in law who was coming with me. I asked my Dad but due to his health concerns he rejected the plan. Also I had planned Baijnath Dham in Deoghar and then one day in Kolkatt... Read more
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P-10Kulhad Chai of Varanasi Read more »... Read more
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BIRLA MANDIR, VaranasiP - 9New Kashi Vishwanath Temple or Birla Mandir , Varanasi Read more »... Read more
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