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Tourist Attractions from Warangal

26th October 2012
A trip to Warangal should definitely be considered if you are visiting Andhra Pradesh. With its legendary heritage, the destination is especially a hit with history buffs. In fact, Warangal used to be the capital of the mighty Kakatiya Kingdom from the 12... Read >
Author: Ravinder Malik

Top Tourist Attractions from Surat

16th October 2012
Surat travel treats you to some generous slices of colonial era grandeur. The city has a rich chequered history. Initially, established as a Parsi settlement in the 12th century, Surat became a major port under Mughal rule and also a transit point for the... Read >
Author: Ravinder Malik

Dandiya and Garba Festival in Gujarat

30th September 2011
Dandiya Raas is the most popular dance of Gujarat. The dance is so popular that it is performed not only in the state, but throughout India. Infact, it is a special feature of the Navratri festival. The festival is celebrated to pay homage to the nine inc... Read >
Author: gauravks

Hill Station Lansdowne,Uttrakhand,india

19th January 2011
The forests are lovely, dark and deep, just ideal for those long walks and picnics. There are amazing mountain views of the Western Himalayas from a number of vantage pints like Snow View and Tiffin Top. Like other hill resorts in north India, Lansdown... Read >
Author: laxmi singh

Pilgrimage Destination Vaishnodevi,Katra,india

19th January 2011
Katra is the base camp of the shrine. It is situated 50 kilometers (31.06 miles) from Jammu. Thousands of devotees regularly throng Mata"��s shrine in belief that Mata will grant their wishes, albeit in the righteous sense of the word. A pil... Read >
Author: laxmi singh

Inuit Shaman: Shaman Songs of the Far North

03rd June 2010
Inuit Shaman: Shaman Songs of the Far North The views and perspective of those in the deep north are guided by the powerful elements of nature in the area. Native shaman in the area have to deal with the harsh weather; one the other side they enjoy the... Read >
Author: Kallash K

Navratri Religious Significance and Puja Vidhi

23rd September 2009
Navratri - Religious Significance and Puja VidhiNavratri is a festival popularly known as the festival of worship and dance. The word Navaratri literally means nine nights in Sanskrit; Nava meaning Nine and Ratri meaning nights. During these nine nights a... Read >
Author: Dr Prem Kumar Sharma

Ahmedabad Navratri Celebrations

11th September 2009
Navratri is the most Famous Festival of Gujarat around the world. Navratri is group of 'nine nights', where Gujarti people enjoy festival with joy and relious, for nine nights. This is an ancient and colourful festival. Navratri honours the one Divine Sha... Read >
Author: Hiral Vyas

Uttara Kalamrita by Kalidasa - A rare manuscript on Vedic Astrology

03rd August 2009
The Article describes the main contents of Uttara Kalamrita a manuscript from 17th /18th century enlisting various yogas related to Vedic Astrology. Uttara Kalamrita is a rare compendium in vedic astrology and lists the significators of houses and plan... Read >
Author: Navin

On Isis

15th May 2009
On Isis This essay discusses the transformation of the Egyptian goddess Isis into a cult figure in the Greco-Roman world, and whether the goddess's image continued to be depicted as the Divine Mother and Child in "Western" culture. The word "cult" is ... Read >
Author: William Al-Sharif

Kerala Temples

20th November 2008
Kerala Temples When it comes to temples, probably Kerala's temples are not that well known as other South Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. But they are still every bit worth a visit and carry their own way of expressing the de... Read >
Author: Jaipur Travel Guide
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