The Greater Indian One-horned Rhinos at Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary

Pobitora wildlife sanctuary  is a wildlife reserve which is home to The Greater Indian one-horned rhinos (Rhinoceros unicornis),  a vulnerable species on the The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, in Morigaon district, Assam, India. The greater one-horned rhinoceros or The Indian rhinoceros at Pobitora wildlife sanctuary Pobitora wildlife sanctuary is spread over 38.6 square…

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Largest Tai Ahom Monuments – Talatal Ghar and Kareng Ghar

Talatal Ghar is the ruins of a magnificent 17th century structure and is the largest of all Tai Ahom monuments situated  in Rangpur, Assam state of India. Talatal Structures was built by the most powerful ruler of the Ahom kingdom (1228–1826), King Swargadeo Rudra Singha. He shifted the capital of Ahom dynasty from Garhgaon to Rangpur…

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Little Known Facts About Undavalli Cave Petroglyphs

Undavalli Caves

Undavalli Caves are a group of  monolithic rock cut cave Hindu temples and monuments. Carvings  and Sculptures of Hindu deities and traditions are the main attraction of the caves, along with a huge Lord Vishnu statue. These caves are situated in Guntur district,  Andhra Pradesh state, India. Undavalli Caves You will be spellbound on seeing…

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Information on the 8th to 12th Century Temples at Osian

Osian temple

Osian is an oasis in the Thar desert of Rajasthan, famous for 18 ruined Brahmanical & Jain temples.  These ancient temples were constructed in between 8th and  12th centuries. It is situated in Jodhpur district. Osian temple Sachiya Mata Temple, Mahaveera Jain Temple, Surya temple (Sun Temple) and Kali temple, situated in this historic city,…

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Explore Neelakurinji Flowers Which Blossoms Once in 12 Years at Kurinjimala Sanctuary in 2018

Neelakurinji flowers

Neelakurinji flowers. Image courtesy – keralatourism.org Kurinjimala Sanctuary or Neelakurinji National Park is a National park in Kerala state. This park is home to   Neelakurinji  flowers (Strobilanthes kunthiana), which blossoms once in 12 years. August  to October is expected to be the Neelakurinji flowering season. Neelakurinji flowers once in 12 years. The last Neelakurinji flowering…

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