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Banjar is a city in Kullu district in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India. Banjar temple is also known as the 'Valley of God'. The Tirthan valley is also located in Banjar.
The Banjaar valley offers three main memorial which are worth visiting.The historically great Bala temple of Markanday Rishi and Durgamata, the Shringa Rishi temple at Bagi, which has a broad statue of Rishi Shringi and intricate wood carvings depicting 24 different births of God (Rama, Krishna, Narsimhan Barah etc.) and ... Read More
Jageshwar is a Hindu pilgrimage town in Almora district, Uttarakhand. Jageshwar is placed at an altitude of 1870 meters. Jageshwar is the 8th Jyotirling among the Twelve and has great devote value.
Jageshwar is a very famous temple and is known as the abode of 12 jyotirlings. It is also known as the temple town. It has over 124 temples devoted to Lord Shiva. It is placed at an elevation of 1870metres above the sea level and at a distance of 37kms from Almora. Jageshwar is an great tourist sta... Read More
What you’re going to learn is exactly not a joke. Many of you would take it silly, if someone tells you that your popular ice-cream flavor depicts about your nature. Your choices speak for you, what kind of people you are, everything.
Vanilla Ice – Cream
So you go for the Vanilla? Don’t worry you’re not open, you are just clean and calm. There are many few people left like you. You are a good-nature and pleasing person, some might take you as dominant, but believe us you are class.... Read More
Rao Jodha was an Indian ruler of Mandore in the present-day state of Rajasthan. He was the son of Rao Ranmal (Ranamalla) of the Rathore clan. He is known for founding the city of Jodhpur in 1459
It gives us immense pride and pleasure to inform all our patrons, locals, tourists and travelers that the statue of Rao Jodha Ji – The founder of Jodhpur City, shall be unveiled at 08.00 a.m. on 12th May 2012, the 554th Jodhpur Foundation Day.
The efforts to install Rao Jodha Ji’s statue in Jod... Read More
New research suggests spending money really can make us happier, as long as we're spending it on making more free time for ourselves – by employing a cleaner or paying to get the car washed, for instance.
Perhaps it's a sign of our increasingly hectic lives, but the study found that buying time with our money gives us a better sense of well-being than buying yet more material stuff.
There's just one problem though: An overwhelming number of Americans currently live paycheck to paycheck, ... Read More
Pushkar is a town in the Ajmer district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is situated 14 km (8.7 mi) northwest of Ajmer at an average elevation of 510 m (1,670 ft) and is one of the five sacred dhams (pilgrimage site) for devout Hindus. According to Hindu theology, the pond at the Katas Raj Temples near Choa Saidan Shah in Chakwal District of Pakistan has a theological association with Shiva; it was formed by the tears of Lord Shiva which he is believed to have shed after the death of his wif... Read More
Whether you’re gearing up for a spot of sweaty yoga or a calorie-blasting cardio class, high intensity exercise does a great job at making you feel amazing. But, your hair and skin can often look less than gorgeous post-workout, leaving you in need of some serious freshening up.
When it comes to your gym beauty bag, you’re pushed for both space and time, but having the right products can make all the difference. The solution? Simplify your pre- and post-exercise beauty regime with essenti... Read More
A cyber security firm today said it has detected over 48,000 ransomware attack attempts in the country, with West Bengal witnessing the most incidents.
Quick Heal Technologies has "detected over 48,000 MS-17- 010 Shadow Broker exploit hits responsible for WannaCry ransomware outbreak in India", it said in a statement.
"Our observation is that the attack is not focused towards any particular industry but it is widely spread across industries especially those organisations which are online a... Read More