Top 10 Tourist Destinations in India.ndia is very very diverse – probably the most diverse of countries that you will find on this earth. We have some of the Coldest places in Kashmir, A place that has highest rainfall in world – Cherrapunji, and also one if the driest places on the Earth – The Thar Desert. Adding to that – More than half of Indian boundary is home to beautiful beaches. And don’t forget that Northern part of India hosts Himalayan Ranges snow capped mountains.
शास्त्रों से: क्या होता है मौत के बाद, जानें वो राज़ जो खुद यमराज ने बताए हैं.उज्जैन। कहते हैं मौत के बाद का जीवन किसी ने नहीं देखा। इसलिए मृत्यु से जुड़ा कोई भी विषय या घटना इंसान के सामने आती है तो वह उसे जानने के लिए आतुर हो जाता है। इस विषय को लेकर उसकी यह जिज्ञासा आजीवन बनी रहती है। असल में, मृत्यु क्या है और खासतौर पर मृत्यु के बाद क्या होता है। यह जान लेना किसी भी आम इंसान के लिए मुश्किल ही नहीं नामुमकिन है।
Try to visit this island and you may not leave alive.Sometimes paradise is better off lost: Off the coast of India in the Bay of Bengal, a Manhattan-size island called North Sentinel Island boasts a deep green canopy of trees, stretches of sandy beaches, coral reef barriers—and a population that’s decidedly hostile to outsiders, who aren’t likely to live long.
Top beaches in India.Radhanagar Beach, Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Bestowed with the precious award of ‘Asia’s best beach’ by Time Magazine in 2004, Radhanagar beach is undoubtedly one of the most tranquil beaches of the Andaman Islands. Fine white sand and turquoise blue waters are the hallmark of this beautiful stretch and the beach,
The alluring world of the Andamans.The alluring world of the Andamans
Kaleidoscopic corals, crystal-clear waters, a profusion of exotic bird species, and thickly-covered verdant tropical forests—the Andamans is a peek into nature at its best. Famous for its water sports (especially scuba diving and snorkelling), this archipelago in the Bay of Bengal redefines your beach
Modi thanks UAE for allotting plot for temple.Prime Minister Narendra Modi today thanked the UAE government for deciding to allot a plot of land for building a temple here, the first in the Emirati capital, describing it a “great step”.
A joint statement issued after Modi’s talks with UAE leadership said he thanked the UAE Crown Pince Prince Mohamed Bin Zayed AI Nahya for deciding to allot land for a temple in Abu Dhabi
“I am very thankful to the UAE Govt for their decision to allot land in order to build a Temple in Abu Dhabi. This is a great step,” Modi said in tweet.
While there are two temples in Dubai, one of Lord Shiva and another of Krishna, there is none in Abu Dhabi.
There are nearly 2.6 million Indians in UAE which constitutes 30 per cent of the total population. A number of Indians here expressed happiness over UAE government’s decision