Rana Pratap Sagar Dam

Sardar Sarovar Dam

The Rana Pratap Sagar Dam is the primary attraction of Rawatbhata. Indira Gandhi, India’s then-Prime Minister, formally opened the power facility on 9 February 1970. The dam and power plant are both named after Rajasthan’s warrior Maharaja Rana Pratap. There is no photography allowed on the dam. However, visiting this …

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National Bird of India

National Bird of India

Why Peacock? The peacock was named the National Bird of India in 1963 due to its extensive religious and mythical ties to Indian traditions. The GREAT INDIAN BUSTARD, THE SARUS CRANE, BRAHMINY KITE, and SWAN were among the contenders. The giant bustard was a close second choice as the national …

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10 Best Kerala Ayurvedic Massage

Kerala Ayurvedic Massage

Kerala Ayurvedic Massage – Ayurveda is an ancient science of India and involves a holistic approach to a comprehensive plan to achieve good health and wellness. Ayurveda has been practiced for thousands of years, and the same aspects of healing have been passed down from generation to generation right up …

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Kishtwar National Park

deer park

This National Park is located in the Kishtwar region on a plateau above the Chenab River. One prominent feature of this region is the cultivation of saffron, which occurs for a limited period of time. Kishtwar National Park is 400-500 square kilometers in size and is known for its rich …

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Handicrafts of Chhattisgarh

Dhokra also spelt Dokra

There are many beautiful forms of handicrafts in each state of India, and each of them is having its famous handicrafts arts, which are extremely popular around the world. Chhattisgarh is a land of rich culture, rituals, and heritage and home to many art and craft lovers. It is the …

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National Flower of India

Popular names include Indian Lotus, Kamal, Padma, and Sacred Lotus. The scientific name is Nelumbo nucifera. Adopted in the year 1950 Native to Southeast Asian countries; cultivated in Australia, Europe, Japan, and the United States. Habitats are fixed bodies of water such as ponds, lakes, and man-made pools. Average 1.5 …

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Kawal Tiger Reserve

Tigress (Panthera tigris) sitting on the dirt road

Telangana state is the home of the Kawal Tiger Reserve and is situated beside the Godavari river, which forms the Deccan Peninsula’s central highlands. This reserve is situated within the Sahyadri Mountain ranges and is well known for its thick forest, rivers, and various water bodies. The dense forest makes …

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National Aquatic Animal of India

National Aquatic Animal of India

India’s National Aquatic Animal is the calm and elegant Ganges River Dolphin. The Ministry of Environment and Forests proclaimed this endangered species as India’s National Aquatic Animal on May 18, 2010, giving it equivalent recognition with the Peacock, India’s National Bird, and the Tiger, India’s National Animal. The Ganges River Dolphin …

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Handicrafts of Bihar

Sikki grass craft

The state of Bihar is rich in the history of arts and handicrafts from ancient times to the present. If you are an art lover, then you will be a fan of this state. Bihar is famous for its traditional art. It is mainly famous for the Madhubani paintings and …

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CHAR DHAM

Badrinath or Badrinarayan Temple

The Char Dham “Four abodes” is a group of four pilgrimage destinations in India. It is claimed that visiting these locations helps acquire moksha (salvation) (salvation) (salvation) (salvation). The four Dhams are Badrinath, Dwaraka, Puri, and Rameswaram. It is thought that every Hindu should visit the Char Dhams throughout one’s …

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