Capitol Complex in Chandigarh, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Capitol Complex in Chandigarh is a UNESCO World Heritage Site consisting of three buildings, three monuments and a lake and is a government compound. Palace of Assembly, one building that is part of Capitol Complex in Chandigarh Capitol Complex in Chandigarh is designed by the renowned architect, Le Corbusier. Le Corbusier’s architectural works across 7…

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Birla Mandir, Birla Family Tree

Birla Mandirs are a group of temples constructed by the Birla family (Birlas) across India. Birla Mandirs exists at New Delhi, Hyderabad, Kanpur, Kolkata, Kurushetra , Shahad, Bhopal, BITS Pilani,Jaipur, Patna, Akola, Varanasi (2 Birla Mandirs at Varanasi), Renukoot, Nagda, Brajrajnagar, Gwalior and Alibaug, Birla Mandir construction is still going on at some places and…

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Kurukshetra, Site of Battle of Mahabharata

Kurukshetra, Site of Battle of Mahabharata is in Haryana state in India. Kurukshetra or Dharmshetra means ‘the region of righteousness’. Kurukshetra is a place of great significance in Hinduism. It is the place where the fierce ‘Battle of Mahabharata’ was fought. Jyotisar in Kurukshetra, is the place where Lord Krishna preached his philosophy of ‘Karma’…

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Rock Garden of Chandigarh

Rock Garden of Chandigarh is a 40 acre  Sculpture garden built of industrial and home waste and scrap materials in Chandigarh, India. Dancing girls at Rock Garden, Chandigarh Rock Garden of Chandigarh is also called Nek Chand’s Rock Garden named after its founder Nek Chand. Nek Chand secretly worked in his spare time, more than half a century…

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