A Temple Without Roof – Chausathi Jogini Temple

Chausathi Jogini Temple alias 64 Joginis Temple is a temple without any roof, believed to be built by the Queen Hiradevi of Bramha dynasty during the 9th century at Hirapur, 20 kilometers away from Bhubaneswar. Jogini means goddesses. Chausathi Jogini Temple. Hypaethral temples were ancient temples without any roof ! #64Yogini is the 2nd of…

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Fort Jadhavgadh Heritage Hotel

Fort Jadhavgadh, the lone heritage hotel in the state of Maharashtra, is at around 22 kilometers distance from Pune. It was the royal residence of the Maratha regime. Image courtesy – Fort Jadhavgadh Hotel and Resort website. Fort Jadhavgadh was constructed in 1710, on 25 acres land. It is situated at an altitude of 2511…

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Shimla Water Catchment Wildlife Sanctuary & Mashobra Presidential Retreat

Mashobra is a small town near Shimla in Himachal Pradesh state, India. Shimla Water Catchment Wildlife Sanctuary is situated near this town. One of Presidential retreats is situated at Chharabra, in the vicinity of Mashobra Town. Shimla Water Catchment Wildlife Sanctuary near Mashobra Mashobra offers magnificent view of the mighty Himalayas. This Himalayan town is…

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Vinay Vilas Mahal or City Palace and State Museum at Alwar

Vinay Vilas Mahal or City Palce at Alwar in Rajasthan state, India, is a magnificent palace which was built in 1793 CE, by Raja Bakhtawar Sing. State museum inside Vinay Vilas Mahal (City Palace) at Alwar This ancient palace is a fusion of Rajputana and Islamic architectural styles. The city palace has marble pavilions on…

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Bhimtal Lake, Bhismeswara Temple and Dam in the Lake District

Bhimtal Lake is a “C” shaped lake at Bhimtal in  Nainital district. It is situated in the “Lake district of India” in Kumaon region of Uttarakhand state, India. The lake is habitat for a variety of fish species.IT is the largest lake in Nainital  district. Bhimtal Lake, dam and temple. There is  a dam at an altitude…

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Dhuandhar falls and Marble Sculptures by Artisans

Dhuandhar Falls is a beautiful waterfalls on River Narmada, with a height of 30 meters (98 feet) at Bhedaghat in Jabalpur district, Madhya Pradesh state, India. Dhuandhar Falls This falls thus got its name from the two Hindi words, Dhuan and Dhar. Dhuan mean smoke and Dhar means flow. Dhuandhar Falls looks like smoke flowing…

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