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27 most well known Ropeways in india


Have you ever dream of riding on a cable car in the best hill stations of India? If yes, then we have got something for you. It is the dream of every person to enjoy their life to the fullest. It is actually justified as well. No one thinks about adventure without an adventurous activity.


Just answer a simple question. What is best to see the whole city covered by beautiful mountains? Without a shadow of a doubt, ropeways are the best thing to do such a great adventure. In India, there is so many No doubt there are may visit places and hill stations and in many of them, the cable car system has been installed. Ropeways are best to get bird’s eye view of a hill station.


Today we have come up with a list of ropeways which are installed in different parts of India. So here is our compiled list of the best ropeways in India.


  • Parwanoo ropeway


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Here is the first one on your platter. This is the parwanoo ropeway. It is also called as the timber trail. It is Himachal Pradesh but just around 35 kilometres from the beautiful city, Chandigarh. The ropeway is a very famous one and it is surrounded by stunning views all around it. The ropeway operates at the height of 5000 feet and that said it is also spread across the two mountain ranges around it. This is also known as one of the largest and longest ropeways in India.


There is even a river between the two mountain ranges namely kaushalya river. So you can just imagine the view. It is just wonderful. Moreover, if you are visiting Amritsar then this place is surely not to miss. you can book a taxi from Amritsar to this beautiful Place at very minimal cost. So next time if you are around just keep this ropeway in your mind. It is a great place to visit.


Location: Himachal Pradesh, just 35 km from Chandigarh


  • Vaishno Mata ropeway

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Another ropeway service in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Vaishno Mata has considered a very holy place and every year a lot of pilgrims visit this place. Pilgrims reach the main Temple of Vaishno Mata but there is Bhairon temple around 2 kilometres above it. A lot of elderly pilgrims and pilgrims coming with children face difficulty in covering this distance.


To eradicate this problem this project is starting. The cable car at the temple of Vaishno Mata will start from the manokamna temple and will take you to Bhairon temple in the whole process. This will assist pilgrims in the successful visit of Vaishno Mata temple without any hiccups.


Location: Mata vasihno Devi temple, Jammu and Kashmir



  • Jakhu ropeway

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This ropeway is in Shimla town. The ropeway connects to the famous Jakhu temple. Riding in the cable car of this ropeway one can view really beautiful mountain ranges especially the views of the Himalayan hills are breathtaking. You will ebullient by seeing the beautiful forests from the ropeway.


Location: Shimla, Himachal Pradesh


  • Manali ropeway

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Next ropeway is one of those that will just win your heart. The next one is the Manali ropeway in a state called as ‘devbhoomi’ as well, Himachal Pradesh. The ropeway is situated just 15 kilometres from Manali in the beautiful Solang valley. Just ask any person who has visited solang valley. You will be just thrilled by the experience they will explain toi you.


Such is the flamboyance of solang valley. There are stunning views all around this ropeway in solang valley. The ride in the cable car starts from solang valley and it ends at Mt. Phatru. Surely this ropeway is not something which is to be missed. Moreover, there are so many other great places to visit in Manali. So just pack your bags and head towards Manali.


Location: Solang Valley near Manali, Himachal Pradesh



  • Ropeway in Mussoorie

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This famous ropeway is in Uttarakhand state. You can take this cable car from the mall and it will end up at Gun hill which is at the height of around 2530 metres. This ropeway will make you thrilled as you will be surrounded all around the mountains and the cable ride will offer really great views of beautiful peaks all around which includes the famous bandarpunch as well.


The charges of this cable ride are also very minimal as well. The best time to ride in this cable car is before sunset as you can enjoy beautiful scenes of the sunset from ropeway as well. So there are no worries. Just get into the cable car and enjoy magnificent views all around you.


Location: Mussoorie, Uttarakhand



  • Nainadevi ropeways

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Surrounded by beautiful hills all around this ropeway is one of the best in the state of Himachal Pradesh. This ropeway is built at the famous Naina Devi temple. The Naina Devi temple is just around 22 kilometres from another famous pilgrimage Anandpur Sahib. This ropeway is a very beautiful one and the pilgrims who visit Naina Devi temple take a ride on this ropeway and enjoy themselves.


Location: Mata Naina Devi temple, Himachal Pradesh


  • Gulmarg gondola ropeway

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Welcome to the heavenly state of India, Jammu and Kashmir. Gulmarg gondola is Asia’s largest ropeway project. The ropeway service at Gulmarg gondola works in two stages. In the first stage, the ropeway connects from Gulmarg resort to kongdori station which is in the kongdori valley. In the second stage, the cable car connects the people in the car from kongdori station to apparwath peak which is the end destination of this ropeway.


This ropeway experience is once in a lifetime experience. The views are just stunning. Nothing can match the great experience of this ropeway. Moreover, the prices of the ropeway service are quite reasonable as well.


Location: Jammu and Kashmir




  • Auli ropeway

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Another very famous and wonderful ropeway in the state of Uttarakhand. The length of this cable car in Auli is around 4 kilometres. This Auli ropeway starts from Auli and goes to Joshimath. In the whole journey of around 15 minutes, you will get to see wonderful views of the great Himalayas. Other great attraction besides ropeway is off skiing. You can enjoy skiing as well.


It would be ideal to visit this ropeway once in a life. The ride will make you refreshed.


Location: Auli, Uttarakhand


  • Cable ride at Dhuandhaar

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It is roadway in the state of Madhya Pradesh. A quite wonderful ropeway to take a ride in as it offers a great view of the Dhuandhaar waterfall. The ropeway is started in such a way that the cable ride is stretching along the waterfall. The length of this ropeway is around 1140 metres.


The cost of the cable car is very reasonable. Make sure to make a trip to this ropeway.


Location: Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh


  • Darjeeling ropeway

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Darjeeling is a wonderful place to visit. This ropeway is a great attraction in Darjeeling. The ropeway is also called Rangeet valley cable car project. The pathway of the ropeway is between Singamari and Singla bazaar. The ropeway starts at the height of 7000 feet and ends at the height of 800 feet. Another important thing is that these days total of 16 cable cars operate under this ropeway service.


In the whole journey of cable car, you will witness lush green forests, beautiful mountain ranges, a majestic waterfall and so many other things. It is really exciting to just talk about this ropeway. Experience would be just unbelievable.


Location: Darjeeling, West Bengal



  • Maihar ropeway

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Another ropeway in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The ropeway was set up to help the elderly people in reaching the famous Hindu holy shrine, Maihar Devi temple. That is why ropeway is named the same after the name of the temple.


The Maihar Devi temple is situated in the trikuta hill and before the ropeway was set up, pilgrims had to climb a lot of steps to reach the temple. But with the installation of the ropeway, this problem has been solved. Moreover one has to pay very less amount to get a ride in this cable car.


Location: Maihar, Madhya Pradesh


  • Salkanpur ropeway

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Salkanpur ropeway is another ropeway installed in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The ropeway system installed here is the best way to reach the important Hindu temple that is Salkanpur Devi temple. The ride of the ropeway here offers a great view of the lush green forest. Most importantly it has made the task of reaching the temple easy which is perched on a hillock.


Location: Sehore district, Madhya Pradesh


  • Mansa Devi temple ropeway

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Another ropeway in the state of heavenly beauty, Uttarakhand. Mansa Devi temple is situated on the top of bilwa parvat which is on the Sivalik hills. This ropeway connects the pilgrims to the temple. The cable car ride offers a splendid view of the city. Uttarakhand is really beautiful and from the cable car it looks even more beautiful. It would be great to get a ride in this ropeway service cable car and visit the Mansa Devi temple.


Location: Haridwar, Uttarakhand


  • Cable car at Mahakali pavagadh

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This ropeway is in the state of Gujarat. It is also famously known as the Maa Mahakali ka Udankhatola that is the flying object of the great Indian goddess, Mahakali. This ropeway is to reach the famous Kalimata temple in Pavagadh. In the absence of ropeway service, pilgrims need to climb a lot of stairs to reach the temple.


This ropeway has made things easy for the pilgrims. The cable car takes the pilgrims from the base of the mountain to the temple in a very short period of time.


Location: Pavagadh, Gujarat


  • Chandidevi ropeway

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The ropeway is in the state of Uttarakhand. This ropeway is also known as Chandidevi Udankhatola. This ropeway connects to the Maa Chandi Devi Temple which is in Haridwar. The ropeway starts at the base of the hill and the tickets are available there and take you to the temple.


You can take combo ticket as well if you want to make the trip to both Chandi Devi Temple and Mansa Devi temple. The prices of the tickets are quite reasonable as well.


Location: Haridwar, Uttarakhand


  • Karni Mata ropeway

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The ropeway is in Rajasthan state. The ropeway is also famously known as Udaipur ropeway. This ropeway is also for the convenience of the pilgrims who come to visit Karni Mata temple. Karni Mata temple is a famous temple in Udaipur and the ropeway connects Karni Mata temple with Doodh Talai.


The tourists coming to Karni Mata temple get a lot of help because of this ropeway.


Location: Udaipur, Rajasthan


  • Jivadani temple ropeway

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The ropeway in Maharashtra state. This ropeway service is similarly for the convenience of the pilgrims visiting Jivadani temple in Virar in Maharashtra state. The temple is in the north Mumbai region.


The temple is perhed on one of the hills of the famous Satpura range. This ropeway helps the pilgrims in reaching temple easily and very quickly. The prices of the tickets of ropeway service are also quite reasonable for making things even more comfortable for the pilgrims.


Location: Virar, Maharashtra


  • Ambaji ropeway

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The ropeway is in Gujarat state. The ropeway service offers a comfortable and easy ride to the famous goddess Durga temple. The cable cars of the ropeway service operate between Girl temple and the ambaji temple.


That is why the name of the ropeway is also named after ambaji temple. The ride of cable car offers a great view of different mountain ranges all around.


Location: Gujarat


  • Deoghar ropeway

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The ropeway is in Jharkhand state. The ropeway is operating at the trikuta hills. The ropeway is also known as Gagan khatola where Gagan means sky and khatola means flying object. The cable car takes the riders from the base of trikut to the top of the range and then brings the back.


The prices of the tickets are very reasonable. Also currently around 25 operate under this ropeway service.


Location: Deoghar, Jharkhand


  • Saputara ropeway

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Another ropeway in the Gujarat state. The ropeway is the dang district. The ropeway basically connects the governor’s hill with the base of the mountain. The ride of the trip is around 15 minutes.


The ropeway starts from the variety resort and goes to sunset point. The whole ride offers a great view of saputara.


Location: Dang, Gujarat


  • Dongargarh ropeway

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The ropeway is in Chhattisgarh state. This ropeway is also for the convenience of the pilgrims who wish to visit Maa bambleshwari temple. The temple is at a hilltop in rajnandgoan district. This is the only ropeway system set up in the Chhattisgarh state.


The views from the cable car are quite magnificent and people like them a lot.


Location: Rajnandgoan, Chhattisgarh


  • Malampuzha ropeway

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This is known famously as Malampuzha Udankhatola. The ropeway is in Kerala state. It is in the Malampuzha gardens. There are around 64 cable cars which are two-seaters operating under this ropeway service. The ropeway service takes riders to a height of around 60 feet in very short period of time. The ride offers enthralling views of the gardens and the reservoirs.


Location: Malampuzha gardens, Kerala


  • Glenmorgan ropeway

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The ropeway is in Tamil Nadu state. The ropeway is a major tourist attraction in Ooty. The length of the ropeway is around 3 kilometers. The ropeway starts from a power house in singara. One taking the ride will love the beautiful views of tea estates. The ride on the ropeway is of around one hour.


  • Srisailam ropeway

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The ropeway is installed in Telangana state. Srisailam is a religious place and is famous for the Bhramaramba mallikarjunaswamy temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The ropeway ride is a very short one but the views offered by the ride are really wonderful.


Location: Srisailam, Telangana


  • Raigad ropeway

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The ropeway connects to the raigad fort which was chosen as his capital by Shivaji Maharaj. The ropeway is in Maharashtra state. The length of ropeway is around 760 metres. The prices of tickets are quite genuine for this ride.


Location: Maharashtra


  • Gangtok ropeway

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The ropeway is in Sikkim state. It is a great tourist attraction. The length of ropeway is around 1 kilometer and the ride offers stunning views all around. For example, there is a view of Kanchenjunga snow peak. The ropeway service starts from Deorali market and in the whole ride total of three stations come in between.


Location: Gangtok, Sikkim


  • Rajgir ropeway

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The ropeway is in Bihar state. It is a single person ropeway that means the cable car on the ropeway is for one person only. It is a major tourist attraction. The ropeway runs to the top of Ratnagiri hill.


Location: Bihar


So these are the some of the most ropeways installed in India. Every ropeway is unique in its own way and every ropeway offers a different experience.


Travelling in a cable car in ropeway is a completely different experience and this experience is highly recommended from our side as well.


So make a trip and reach out to your nearest ropeway and enjoy the beautiful ride and collect some really wonderful memories for yourself. So good luck with your ride.


















Mata Lal devi temple- A largest cave temple in Amritsar


Punjab is home to so many cultural and religious places in India. Punjab is a very diverse country and in this place, people of so many different cultures and races live. So it is quite inevitable that there are so many places for worship as well in Punjab. There are religious places around every corner in Punjab. Such is the flamboyance of the Punjab region.

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Amritsar is a very important city of Punjab state. Amritsar is a city which is near the border and it is of great cultural importance. When one hears about Amritsar famous places like the golden temple, jallianwala bagh and Durgiana temple come into mind.

Lal Devi Mandir

There are other many important cultural places in Amritsar and a lot of people have not heard about them. Today we are going to discuss such an unheard place.

The name of this place is Mata Lal Devi Mandir. This is one of the best most popular visited places in Amritsar. Mata Lal Devi Mandir is a sacred temple related to the Hindu religion. It is one of the best religious places to visit in Amritsar. Many people have not heard about this place but it is very important to talk about this place because many people talk about a lot of miracles related to this temple.

Now we will give you each and every detail about this Lal Devi Mandir in Amritsar. So without any delay let us start.

  • The Mata Lal Devi Mandir is located in the Rani ka Bagh region of Amritsar city. The Rani ka Bagh is a famous place in Amritsar.
  • The distance of Mata Lal Devi Mandir is just 1 km from the Amritsar Junction. That is why so many devotees visit this place all year.
  • Also, the distance of Mata Lal Devi Mandir from the famous golden temple in the hall bazaar area is just around 3.5 km. This is really important as many people visit the golden temple and Mata Lal Devi Mandir. So things become convenient for these people.

About the temple

Now after discussing the location of the temple we now move to the details of the temple like its history and other things about it.

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Mata Lal Devi Mandir is dedicated to Lal Devi. Lal Devi was a female saint in the 20th century. Mata Lal Devi is also popularly known as pujya data that is respected mother figure by her devotees. She is a very revered figure.

Lal Devi Mandir was built in 1989 in the region of rani bagh in Amritsar city. Mata Lal Devi Mandir is also known as Mother India temple.

This temple is revered a lot because a lot of devotees consider the temple to be possessing miraculous powers. That is why the entire time the temple is full.

In the whole day, a lot of devotees come to visit this temple from all parts of India. The temple is is visited by those women who wish to have a child. This is the great importance of this famous temple in Amritsar.

In the temple, there are so many statues of different Gods and goddesses. The figure or the statue of the pujya data that is respected Mata Lal Devi Ji is placed at the center.

The Lal Devi Mandir is a very beautiful temple and the entrance of the temple is also a very beautiful one. Also, the way to the main hall of the temple where all the statues of different Gods and goddesses and Mata Lal Devi are placed is very beautiful. The way is full of beautiful waterways, tunnels, and stairs.

The Mata Lal Devi Mandir is based on the famous Vaishno Mata Mandir in the Jammu Kashmir state. In the Mata Lal Devi Mandir, the way to the last hallway where statues are kept is led by the cave. So it is a great experience for many people. Different types of lights are also placed in the pathway to the main hall of the temple.

About Mata Ji

Mata Ji is a mother figure in an Indian language. Pujya Lal Devi Mata Ji was also a great figure. Mata Lal Devi Ji was born in 1923 in the kasoor region of Lahore district in Pakistan country. Lal Devi Mata belonged to marwaha Khatri family which is a religion in India. The famous thing about Lal Devi Mata Ji was that she lived on only fruits and milk. It is a really astonishing thing but it is true.

After the partition of India Mata Lal Devi just came to Amritsar and started living here. Mata Lal Devi Ji attained Nirvana in 1994. Mata Lal Devi Ji held a great place in the heart of her devotees.

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Most iconic traditional dresses of punjab

Traditional dresses of Punjab

India is a great country and there are so many different and wonderful cultures which contribute their part in such a diverse culture of India.

Punjab is a great state and from the starting of its evolution it has always remained a great state in different facets and one of these facets is a cultural aspect. The culture of a particular place is exhibited in different ways and in Punjab also culture can be seen manifested in different ways.

Clothing is one of these ways. Punjab is a place where people are always in a jolly mood. Clothing of Punjabi people also exhibits this zealness of Punjabi people. Today we are going to talk about different traditional dresses of Punjab and how these clothing items are great and indispensable parts of their culture.

We have made a compiled list of different traditional dressing items that are worn by the people of Punjab. Some of these are worn by people of Punjab on daily basis and some of them on festive or special occasions. Here is the list.

  • Phulkari

The first and most important part of traditional dress items is phulkari. Phulkari is really famous in Punjab and it is liked by every age person in Punjab. So what is actually this thing called phulkari? Actually, phulkari is flower craft and the origin of this beautiful art dates back to the Punjab of the 15th century.

This art is really old but very beautiful one. The beautiful work of phulkari is depicted in many different stories related to Punjabi culture and one of these stories is of the life story of Heer-Ranjha. Phulkari is woven on different clothing items like kurtas, showels, dupattas, lehengas and many other items as well. The cultural significance of this art in Punjab can be understood easily as it is manifested by the majority of Punjabi people regularly.

  • Punjabi Jutti

This is another very important part of traditional Punjabi clothing items. The history of Punjabi Jutti is also very old and it also dates back to the old Punjab where Kings ruled and they wore this flamboyant Punjabi Jutti. Punjabi Jutti was an indication of royalty and still, the case is the same. Things have not changed significantly.

People of Punjab still love Punjabi jutti and there are famous shops of Punjabi jutti in the big cities of Punjab. Punjabi people like to wear the Punjabi jutti on different festive and special occasions. Youth is also linked with Punjabi jutti. One of the distinct feature of the Punjabi jutti is that the Punjabi jutti has no left or right foot distinction and any jutti can be wore in any foot. Such is the flamboyance of this Punjabi jutti.

  • The jama

Another Royal dress material in Punjabi culture. The Jama is a long piece of cloth wore by men. History of JAMA also dates back to the royal Punjab where Kings and other people wore this royal attire. The Jama is worn with a turban on the head. It actually suits men very much and it is now worn by women also but originally it was for men only. This clothing attire is actually very comfortable. It allows free movement of the body.

  • Patiala salwar

Attire which is related to a royal place of Punjab which is Patiala. The roots of this piece of clothing which is like a trouser in the city of Kings namely Patiala. It is worn by women these days with Kurti and the dupatta. It is also very comfortable for women to wear. These all things make it really popular clothing attire among women.

  • Ghagra

The origin of Ghagra is from Punjab and that is why it is also called Punjabi ghagra. This clothing item ghagra is related to a Punjabi folk dance called giddha and young women of Punjab who perform this folk dance wear this famous clothing attire. It looks really beautiful as there is lot of craftwork done on it. Nowadays it is wore by women of other regions in India as well like Haryana and Himachal Pradesh which makes this clothing item even more famous.

  • Kurta pjyama

It is one of the most famous clothing items of Punjabi men. Punjabi youth likes to wear this clothing item a lot as men look dapper in this attire. The kurta is a long kind of shirt with long sleeves and then there is a pyjama which are like loose pants tied with a string. Kurta is also worn by men with other clothing items like jeans and lungi etc.

  • Turban

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Turban is called Pagg or pagri by Punjabi people and it is a cultural headwear for men.

So these are some of the most famous traditional dresses related to Punjabi culture. We might have missed some of the items but these are some of the most admired and famous traditional dresses of Punjab state.

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Statue of unity book online discount ticket, timings and facts


India is a very diverse country and everytime a lot of miraculous things happen in this country. The country is rich in traditions and values and people respect their culture a lot. There are lots of visit places to see in india.  People of India revere their great leaders who led their way to the ultimate thing called independence. A lot of people fought for the independence of India and one of the most important people in this independence struggle was Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.



The government of India has built a 182 metres statue in the remembrance of the great statesman of India. The most notable thing here is that this statue us the tallest statue in the whole world. This is a great dedication to such a great man.

So let us talk about the different things related to this statue. There are a lot of things to discuss.

Tourist attraction

The statue of unity is a wonderful place to visit and there are an obviously lot of tourist attractions here.


The first and most important thing is that it is 182 metres tall and everyone would like to see a statue of such great height.

The gallery of the statue is a great attraction as well. 200 tourists can walk into the head of the statue. Also from the gallery of the statue, the tourists can get a great view of the Sardar Sarovar dam and the surrounding regions around the statue. All this one can view from a height of 400 feet.


Another tourist attraction is the Sardar Patel museum which is created at the base of the statue of unity. The museum is having around 40000 documents related to the life of Sardar Patel. Also, there are 2000 photographs on the life of Sardar Patel.


There will be a star hotel adjacent to the statue of unity. The hotel will have 128 rooms.


These are the tourist attractions of the statue and person should must visit this statue.

About Sardar Patel

Such is a great statue is dedicated to Sardar Patel. So there is a need to know some things about Sardar Patel.

  • Sardar Patel is also known as the Iron Man of India.
  • He was a senior leader of the Indian National Congress party and also was the statesman.
  • Sardar Patel was the first deputy Prime Minister of India country.
  • The birthday on Sardar Patel is on 31st October and is celebrated as Rashtriya Ekta was in India.
  • He played a key role in the independence of India and was founding the father of the Republic of India.

Facts about the statue

The statue of unity is the tallest statue in the whole world. The height of the statue is 182 metres which are equal to 597 feet.


The statue is built in the kevadiya village in the Narmada region of Gujarat state.


The statue of unity took 46 months to get completed. It was a great and long project.


The statue was unveiled on 31st October 2018 by the honourable Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi.


The statue of liberty is going to have a viewing gallery at the height of 153 metres. This gallery will accommodate around 200 people at one time. This gallery will offer a great view of the Sardar Sarovar dam.


Around 3000 crores of rupees were spent to build this great statue of unity.


The total weight of the statue is around 1700 tonnes.


The statue of unity is designed by Ram V. Sutar, the winner of the Padma Bhushan award as well.


The height of feet of the statue of liberty is 80 feet. The height of the hands of the statue is around 70 feet. The height of the shoulder of the statue is around 140 feet. The height of the face of the statue is around 70 feet.


The gallery of the statue of unity is made in the heart of Sardar Patel. From here the tourists can get a great view of Sardar Sarovar dam and Satpura hills as well.


Near about 25000 tonnes of iron and 90000 tonnes of cement is used in the construction of this great statue of unity.


The statue of unity can withhold a wind speed of 220 km per hour and also it can withstand the earthquakes measuring up to 6.5 on the Richter scale.


A highway of around 3.5 km is built to connect this statue in sadhu island to kevadiya town.


The iron needed for building the statue is brought from different villages all around India.


The statue of unity is inaugurated on the 143rd Jayanti of Sardar Patel.


These are some of the most important facts related to the great statue of unity.

Other statues around the world

There are other statues all around the world and some of the most important are as follows.

  • Spring Buddha temple statue in China- 153 metres
  • Ushiku Daibutsu statue in Japan- 120 metres
  • Statue of liberty in USA- 97 metres
  • The motherland calls in Russia- 85 metres
  • Christ The Redeemer in Brazil- 38 metres

Visit timing of this statue

the opening timing of this statue complex for the public is 9 am to 6 pm for every day in a week.

Ticket pricing: you can also book online ticket for statue of unity

For Adults : Rs 350/-

List of 15 Whealthiest and Richest temples of india


Well, we are blessed to be associated with a country like India. They are the most sacred places belonging to various religion giving importance to each of them. If you plan to visit places in India then here is the list of must visit temples that you should definitely have a look at. Each temple has its own significance and we are more fortune to get associated with them. The land of diverse culture along with potpourri of religious beliefs which has also witnessed the rise of temples. These temples not only proud to be the destinations to seek the solace at the feet of God but even to the vision of the believers. Now letters have a check on some of the richest temples situated in India.

Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Kerala

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Padmanabhaswamy Temple located in Kerala is definitely one of the richest and most spoken Temple in India. It is exactly located in Trivandrum which is the capital of Kerala. Here Lord Padmanabhaswamy is worshipped as the one and only God who is said to have a wealth of around $20 billion in six vaults of Gold. It is too good to be true that this temple is not only India’s but also the world’s richest temple. Dravidian style architecture makes the temple to be famous along with the treasure that has been reported in the temple along with antique gold ornaments, diamonds and many other precious jewelries studded with Emerald and Diamonds.


Tirumala Tirupati Venkateswara Temple, Andhra Pradesh

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Located in Tirupati, Venkateswara temple is one of the most famous and well visited Temple in India. More than 100 thousand visits the temple everyday and during Utsav and special occasions the number make also get double. You will be surprised to know that the temple is also said to have gold reserves and 52 tonnes of gold ornaments which costs up to Rs 37,000 therefore it is known as one of the richest and holy temples. Here Lord Venkateswara is worshipped where the temple is also a landmark for Vaishnavite temple situated in the hill town of Tirumala in Tirupati in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, India.

Golden Temple Amritsar

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Golden Temple located in Amritsar, Punjab is one of the famous temples for the Sikh community. The temple is also known as Harmandir Sahib or Darbar Sahib which attracts people from various places due to its beautiful architecture made of gold. And of course the golden temple is well known for its golden dome with an architecture that is designed with both gold and silver finish. The Guru Granth Sahib, the 11th Guru of the Sikhs, lies literally at the heart of worship in this Temple. The one of the specialty of this temple is its kitchen is one of the Mega kitchens in India. Daily 50000 devotees visit the temple and offer their prayers.

Shirdi Saibaba Shrine, Mumbai

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Searching for the best vist places in north India undoubtedly Shirdi is one of the best places as it is well known for its miracles. This is one of the main reasons why most of the people in India, often visit Shirdi Sai Baba Temple located in Mumbai. Perhaps this is considered as the third richest temple as it receives lots of donations annually. It is often visited by people belonging to various religions where the ideal of Sai Baba is decorated with gold and silver jewelry which is approximately Rs 32 crore and silver coins worth more than Rs 6 lakh.

Vaishnodevi Temple, Jammu, and Kashmir

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Vaishno Devi Temple located in Jammu and Kashmir is well known as the richest as well as the oldest temple in India. Goddesses Vaishno Devi is worshipped here where people from various places all around the world. People offer prayers, believing that the Goddess truly divine and spiritual. The revenue of the temple has been increasing year by year. And now the temple receives an annual income of about 500 crore with more than 8 million people visiting the temple annually.

Siddhivinayak Temple, Mumbai

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Every year the Siddi Vinayaka temple situated in Mumbai is worshipped by 2 lakh devotees. And at the same time, it is one of the richest temples with annual revenue of more than 120 crores. The idol of Lord Ganesha is made of 3.7 kg gold. Perhaps this is well known as the temple of the elephant God, which is also the first place where many devote will go to the temple before they could take any serious decisions in their lives. The temple is often visited by celebrities and famous figures which has a history of many years.

Meenakshi Temple, Madurai

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The Madurai city is famous for one of the richest temples so called Meenakshi Temple that is often a place for various other temples. Every day more than 15000 people visit the temple and Worship the goddesses Meenakshi. The Meenakshi Tirukalyanam festival is the festival celebrated here over 1 million people visit the temple during this special occasion. The temple is known as one of the richest as it receives an annual income of about 6 crores.

Jagganath temple, Puri

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Also known as Puri Jagannath temple is often visited by people all around the world. It is one of the most important Hindu temples that is dedicated to Lord Jagannath a form of Lord Vishnu. It is often an important pilgrimage destination for Indians. As per the report that has been published in 2010 it has been suggested that the Bank deposit of this temple was estimated to be more than 150 crores. The temple is visited by 30,000 devotees every day and is often adorned with 209 kg of gold.

Kashi Vishwanatha temple, Varanasi

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Located on the bank of holy river Ganga, the Kashi Vishwanatha temple is worshipped by people all around the world. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, which is well known as one of the richest temples in India. And of course the beauty of the town Sarnath is immersed in rich culture and an intriguing history of the temple. It is said that the temple receives 6 crores of annual income and is the most celebrated religious travel destination. The Kashi Vishwanatha temple is considered as one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of India, which organ receives a large number of tourists from various places all around the world.

Amarnath Cave, Anantnag

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Amarnath cave is a Hindu shrine located in Jammu and Kashmir, India. Lord Shiva is worshipped here where more than 2.5 lakh people come and offer their prayers every year. The rich natural, religious, festive and creative heritage is sporadically pervaded in every nook of country from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. Amarnath cave believed to be 5,000 years old making it one of the oldest as well as the richest temples in India. This is known as a holy cave where and ice Shiva Linga is formed every year with two smaller ice blocks.

Sabarimala Temple, Kerala

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The Sabarimala temple situated in the Periyar tiger reserve is often one of the most visited richest temples in India. Lord Ayyappa is worshipped by more than 45–50 million devotees every year. And it is considered to be one of the largest annual pilgrimages in the world. Eventually, that Temple has been going to be a number which often made the Sabarimala shrine, one of the richest in the country. It has an annual revenue of Rs 132 crore every year. As per the former Chief Secretary of Kerala C.P. Nair, the state earns Rs 2,500 which is considered as one-fourth of the Kerala’s annual plan.

Somnath Temple, Gujarat

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The Somnath Temple is located near Veraval in Saurashtra region of Gujarat. The temple has significant background which has been demolished almost 17 times due to its massive reserves of gold and silver. Even till today, the temple is said to be one of the most famous as well as the richest in India. In addition to that, it also has beautifully designed architecture along with religious significance that makes it a best place to visit. Every year the temple receives lots of donations apart from that there are thousands of people who visit the temple on the daily basis.

Guruvayurappan Temple, Kerala

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Even though there are many temples in Kerala Guruvayurappan Temple located near Kerala is one of the richest temples. Guruvayurappan Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and the temple is often known as Dwarka of South India. Approximately 5 to 12 million people visit the temple on an annual basis so as to offer prayers. And of course the temple is known for its wealth and is one among the richest temples situated in India. It is a wide spread into 230 acres which also has richest architecture and valuable shrines.

Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple, Kerala

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Among some of the richest temples situated in Kerala Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple, is said to be one among them with its richest heritage. Every year, more than 50 to 60 million people visit Sabarimala and offer prayers and of course this is the top of the list in terms of devotees visiting the temple yearly. Apart from that the management allows only men to enter into the temple. In addition to that the temple collects an annual revenue of Rs. 230 crore, which is much more than any other temples situated in India.

Lingaraj Temple, Odisha

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Odisha is a place that is flooded with lots of temples around it. Among the search famous temples Lingaraj Temple is said to be one of the richest as well as the ancient Temple that has been built in the 11th century. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, which also has Odisha’s rich maritime history. Every day 6000 thousand devotees visit the temple and the number richest 2 lacs during the occasion of Shivratri. Kalinga Architecture is one of the most spoken think regarding Lingaraj Temple located in Odisha. Ivan the terrible collects more than 2 million worth donations and receives donations in various forms as well.


Finally, these some of the most richest temples in India which have their significant importance. People who are planning to visit the most sacred can often consider this check list. The entire list significantly makes India to be one of the best places that have become most popular and richest travel destination with most sacred temples.


Most Visited Religious tourism places in India


Religious tourism is also termed as faith tourism. It is a subtype of tourism where people decide to set foot on either individually or with the cluster for leisure, pilgrimage, missionary motives.

The pilgrims from the modern era (pilgrims of now) are capable of calling in most of the religious hotspots not only which are situated nearby but also those that are far off.

The number is quite huge when I try to take an account of the Globetrotters who can’t resist themselves from visiting India in search of the spirituality, purity and the faith people hold for the religious spots in India.


According to me the actual analysis which had been accomplished on the global religious tourism yet some angles of the tours and travel industry are yet to be scaled. With respect to the World Tourism Organization, the religious places with the highest religious significance are predicted to cater about 300 to 330 million pilgrims every consecutive year.



Most likely visited and frequently chosen Religious Places

There are ample of the religious places which are visited by the religious trippers from all around the world let’s start with

  1. Golden Temple



The Golden temple better known as the Sri Harmandir Sahib (House of God) and also Darbar Sahib is a Sikh Gurdwara pinpointed in Amritsar city, Punjab which falls under north India. It holds the highest sacred significance and holiest pilgrimage plat of Sikhism. The Golden Temple is erected around a human constructed pool “Sarovar” which is accomplished in the year 1577 by Guru Ram Das. The Golden Temple no doubt is the holiest plot in the Sikh community and trippers or pilgrims from all around the world do not fail to miss the sight of this shrine

The Harmandir Sahib has its door open for people of all religion, caste, creed irrespective of the gender male, female or whatsoever but holding faith and belief. In short, it welcomes all with open hands to people from various walks of life. Talking of the interior of the temple, it is a square plot with four entrances enabling the worshippers from all four directions hence stating that it is open for everyone no matter from where they are and irrespective of who they have encompassed path all around the pool. The temple yes, of course, is a set of buildings constructed around the chancel. And this includes the above mentioned Akal Takht is the prime center of the religious jurisdiction of Sikhism.

Supplementary structures combine a clock belfry, Gurudwara committee offices, a gallery and a langar (a free of cost kitchen administered by the the Sikh community a simple vegetarian meals to the pilgrims and other visitors with absolutely no discrimination which means that the food is one and the same to all, whether the visitor is a billionaire businessman or a middle-class hawker. One of the major facts is that golden temple kitchen is one of the mega kitchens in India. The number of visitors along with the pilgrims accounts to be a 100000 on a daily basis for worship every single day making it one of the most frequently and liked religious destination and heavily crowded holy destination in the world. The temple structure is nominated as the global heritage site by the UNESCO.

2. Varanasi

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Varanasi a very renowned place for the religious globetrotters also better known as Banaras along with another religious name Kashi is a city located on the river banks of Ganga located in Ganga which falls in the state of Uttar Pradesh at North angle of India which expands up to 320 Kms. It is also said to be one of the oldest populated and settled around the world. Varanasi is said to be the cultural capital of India. This is where Hinduism is having its roots ever since. If ever an individual is having an urge to get in deep knowledge of Hinduism or eager to know about the emergence and birth of Hinduism then I am thinking that this place is going.

The famous American writer Mark Twain said that about Varanasi that it is older than tradition and history even legend fails to compare with its old agedness and just in case if any Hindu individual is cremated in Varanasi then is being liberated from the recycling of birth.

Whereas it is a known fact that it is the most visited tourist place for pilgrims. It is included in one of the 12 religious sites. The place because of this reason holds a high religious significance, hence it is an honour to die and be cremated over there at the very same city Varanasi.

3. Ajmer

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Yes, you are not wrong this is an Islamic place of religious significance still it is very much popular amongst the non-muslims. It is a beautiful religious site located in the Rajasthan state in the southwest side. The most distinguished place to be visited in Ajmer is the Sufi Shrine (Dargah), Dargah Sharif better known as the Ajmer Sharif. The shrine stands with open hands and a warm heart to welcome the visitors no matter of which religion and faith they are. The other very famous places to be visited is the Nasiyan Jain Temple, Adhai din ka Jhonpra (2 and a half day mosque), the Taragarh Fort, the long and beautiful Ana Sagar Lake and the list includes other names such as Daulat Khana and Daulat Bagh.

Also visit: list of top 5 places to go holiday Rajasthan this winter

4. Hemkund Sahib

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The Hemkund Sahib also called Hemkunt better known as the Gurdwara Sri Hemkund Sahib Ji which stands as a Sikh corner of worship pilgrimage spot which falls under the district of Chamoli towards Uttarakhand, India. The Hemkund is devoted towards the tenth Sikh guru “Guru Gobind Singh” and is placed in the holy books called Dasam Granth (10th holy book) which was declared by the chief Guruji himself. As far as I am concerned it is located at a height of 4632 meters. It is near the Gobindghat on the highway of Rishikesh-Badrinath highway which is the prime town close to Gobindghat is Joshimath.

The word Hemkund is originated from the Sanskrit name meaning “snow” and kind for “bowl” together meaning Snowbowl. Well according to the Dasam Granth it is the area wherein Yoga was practised by Pandu Raja. Apart from that, the Dasam Granth preaches the God ordered Sikh Guru Gobind Singh to come to take a bath while him being in a deep meditation at the Hemkund mountain. It is very difficult and almost next to impossible to reach out to Hemkund between the month of October to April because of the heavy snowing in the area. The Sikh pilgrims start to arrive in the month of May and start working on the damage the path leading to Hemkund because of the heavy snowing which is known as “Kar Seva” meaning that it is a selfless service a belief which gives birth to the tenet of Sikh faith.

Trotters and pilgrims from Delhi may aboard a train which may bring them first to Haridwar and then get going along with a bus to Govindghat which is roughly around 500 kilometres or 361 miles consuming of a traveller’s almost 18 hours. It was on recent news headlines that an airline organisation initiated the helicopter service which helps the arrivals to fly all their way from Govindghat to Ghangaria and the fun part is that the total time taken to reach the spot is not more than 5 minutes.

5. Haji Ali Dargah

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For those who have not heard about the Haji Ali Dargah, much more to add to it as it looks beautiful located almost in some internal part of the Sea Face as at times of high tides and heavy rains the path that leads any individual or the people who come to seek the spiritual sense of ambience and the. The Dargah in a manner of speaking is a Tomb, a final resting place of Sayyed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari who was a very wealthy rich businessman who just before he was leaving for mecca on religious mission gave everything that he had to all the people. Estimation is that there is a visitor count of at least 30 thousand to 40 thousand who have been visiting the dargah ever since especially on Thursdays and also Fridays. It is also said that the people visiting the dargah with a pure heart are sure to get what they have been asking for ever since it is also said that the people who ever visit the dargah of Haji Ali are never to return back home with empty hands and upset hearts.

6. Rishikesh

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Rishikesh is considered as the Yoga capital of India. The people travelling from the abroad countries and Yoga enthusiasts make it a point to visit the Rishikesh in heavy numbers. This religious place is located approximately 26 km away from Himalayan foothills which falls under the northern direction of Uttarakhand which is better known as the way to Garhwal Himalayas. The spot is rich in a religious ambience which is backed by the faith of 100s and 1000s of pilgrim belief which could be seen every year as the number continues to rise and expected to keep increasing every consecutive year. The place is accompanied with the Bharat Mandir i.e. the oldest temple of Rishikesh. It is said that it is present from a very long time, some say it is there for centuries now. Triveni Ghat is visited by the pilgrims in the faith that bathing in the Ghat will wash away their sins. Even the Rishikesh has accompanied with a pond which holds a great significance better known as Rishikund. Also, there is an ashram of the Beatles if you are fond of the Beatles.

7. Tirupati


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Tirupati temple of lord Venkateshwara which is located in the southern part of Andhra Pradesh is a very famous temple. I believe that the holy temple is being visited by at least 60000 to 70000 pilgrims on each day of the year. Which makes it very simple to understand that it might be very tricky to reach the actual shrine. The very basic reasons to not reach out to the shrine is very long ques and the hot and humid temperature. It is a very strong belief that is commonly found among the people who visit the holy shrine that whatever wish you come with to the Tirupati temple of Lord Venkateshwara is sure to be fulfilled.

8. Bodh Gaya

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Buddhists all time favourite place is Bodh Gaya which is located in the state of Bihar. It is so distinguished that an International Airport has been erected but is only operational for the flights that arrive and fly to Sri Lanka. The only reason for it being so well known is that Lord Buddha was said to be meditating just below the tree which is now renamed and popularly known as Bodhi tree. People say that Lord Buddha was seen sitting below that specific tree and entered into deep meditation. The Bodh Gaya’s prime attraction point is Mahabodhi Temple Complex is the place where Lord Buddha attained enlightenment. So particularly speaking he saw something unusual which seemed very usual to the world. He could feel the pain and agony of the common man and discovered how to make a permanent getaway from such issues which create a havoc in the human lives by sticking to the eightfold path. The place is rich is spiritual heritage and it is mandatory to the people who are following Lord Buddha or Buddhists.

9. Hazur Sahib Nanded

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The word Hazur Sahib means the presence of the Almighty. The Hazur Sahib is also pronounced as Hazoor Sahib. The Hazoor Sahib is better known as the Takht Sachkhand Sri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib also Abchal Nagar comes under one of the five takhts which means thrones of temporal command of Sikhism. It is placed on the on the Godavari River banks in Nanded city falling under Maharashtra. The Gurdwara which comes inside the complex is also known as “Sach Khand” i.e. The Realm of Truth.

The framework is constructed at the spot where Guru Gobind Singh Ji got shaheed. The room which is inside the gurdwara is known as the Angitha Sahib and erected right where Guru Gobind Singh was given the last tribute, his cremation back in the year 1708. Maharaja Ranjit Singh is responsible for the construction of the Gurdwara which was constructed between 1832 to 1837 which means it took 5 long years to get the structure completed. Guru Gobind Singh owned a camp at this place in the 17th century.

The Takht holds out the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji and Dasam Granth. This follows the layout of Takht Sri Patna Sahib. As Nanded regarded as the holy town where Baba Banda Singh Bahadur owned an ashram also where the Baba Banda Singh initiated the journey of the Khalsa from Nanded itself. Hence it holds a great place of religious, spiritual and cultural heritage towards the Sikh community. The Hazur Sahib Nanded stands different from other ancient places of Sikhism and Sikh worship where still the ancient practices and rituals are carried out by the inhabitants at the time of the Guru of applying sandalwood tilak on the forehead of the local devotees and the priests. The most vital component and aspect of the holy shrine is that there are 2 sanctums here. Whereas the functions and programs are still being practising by the priest in the inner room and talking about the outer room which holds valuable objects, belongings, weapons etc which belonged to the Guru. The other interesting part here is that this room could only be entered by the head priest.

10. Vaishno Devi Temple, Jammu Kashmir


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The Vaishno Devi Temple is pinpointed in the high altitude mountains of Jammu & Kashmir. It is said that the Goddess Vaishno Devi calls out to her devotees to come and grab the energy in her house. It is also known as the Home of the Goddess Shakti. It is indeed located in the sky kissing high hills of Trikuta in Jammu and Kashmir. The house of Mata Vaishno falls under the category of famous pilgrimage in India. Sense an unexplainable feel in grabbing the hard to explain trek that eventually, in the end, takes you to the mountainous caves where the Goddess lives and showers uncountable blessing onto her devotees. Breathtaking landscapes, uncomparable divinity and mind-blowing adventure. Which will place this trip to the walls of your mind which will take an entire age to fade yet not be erased from your mind

11. Sun Temple (Surya Mandir) Konark:


Surya temple is the best of the Indian architecture that could be seen in the modern era of today’s world. Sun Temple is the crowned piece of the obsolete architecture and unparalleled spirituality. The Surya temple is situated in Konark, in the state of Odisha. The Sun temple is just another word that describes magnificent and adorable beauty coupled with the remarkable intelligence of architecture genius. The temple demonstrates the Sun God who is resting on a King Chariot shows the victory of King Narasimhadeva. The majestic architecture represents 12 pairs of carved wheels, offering hall etc. is the major reason for pulling the art admirers and enthusiasts who drop by hence making Sun Temple one of the most adorable religious spots on the land of India.

12. Temple of Jagannath/Jagannath Mandir (Puri)

A very significant pilgrimage plot in India. The Jagannath Mandir is the finest ancient structure in Odisha. The key personalities in the temple are Lord Jagannath, Goddess Subhadra and Balabhadra. However, a very famous pilgrimage and holy place, the Jagannath Mandir was born in the yearly Rath Yatra wherein people numbering in heavy count through the temple. The holy shrine is considered as the genuine mirror image of Indian culture.

13. Jyotirlinga of Somnath, Gujrat


Entitled to be among the very first Dwadash Jyotirlinga i.e. light of pillar of Shiva the lord. The Somnath Jyotirlinga located in Gujrat is seen as a key location in India. The Somnath Jyotirlinga made its way through numerous attacks and is seen as a house of divinity and spirituality for countless Hindu pilgrims. The Somnath Jyotirlinga is located on the Arabian Sea shores. It is said that the holy shrine calls devotees which are residing very far from and the place to come and take away the shower of blessings numerous times. You could literally sense an energy of spirituality and while seeing yourself lost in the devotion of the sacred place in India.

14. Caves Of Amarnath

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The devotees are called and remembered by the priest (baba) Barfani to reach out to him through the adventurous trek and then grab bountiful blessings from him. The Caves of Amarnath is located in the thrilling and blissful location of Jammu & Kashmir. Where the pilgrim/tourist could only set foot when he/she goes through a rough trek all the way along. The Amarnath caves have secured a very significant position as being one of the ancient (centuries old) pilgrimages in India. The yatra of Amarnath is a yearly occasion wherein the pilgrims are asked to trek uphill the cave temple.

15. Dwarka



The Dwarka is located in the western direction of Gujarat, India. Dwarka is also considered as the land of the unmatched spirituality. Dwarka was the city of Krishna when he left from Mathura. Also, Dwarka falls under the sites of Yatra of Char Dham. The pure white clothes appearing to be white just like milk and beautiful just like moon copes up with the divinity of the place. A mind-blowing town, the sacred city is probably going to take you back in the Mahabharata era.

16. Mathura

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Mathura located in Uttar Pradesh, also considered as the rich in blessings land as it is the place where Hindu God Krishna took his first breath. And today the town has emerged with numerous temples which also covers the renowned Krishna Janbhoomi Temple which is visited with devotees in a heavy number not yearly but through the entire long year. Yes and not be forgotten the most important festival which flourishes the sacred place with happiness and blissful ambience is Janmashtami which crowds the place a bit too much but also makes it colourful at the very same time and it is a time which should be captured not in mobile, camera etc. but in hearts as the memories of heart last forever and ever.

17. Vrindavan


Vrindavan another sacred and holy land where Lord Krishna spent his childhood is located in Uttar Pradesh. The significance of the place could be sensed in the historical inscriptions and literature. The devotees visit the place at all times during the year and a bit heavy in numbers during the Lord Krishna festival. It is no doubt a very keen to visit pilgrim spot to be visited by the devotees due to the sacred ambience.


I think I am pointing some very important places which are spiritually rich and its heritage jumps off the national and international borders which could be seen as the heavy numbers of the pilgrims seeking spirituality and purity of the Religious places in india. Let me make it very clear that there are even more destinations which I listed in the blog but according to me these were the significant places which are known to me as very majestic and spiritual. Also, the above mentioned religious sites are just a glimpse of what lies ahead in India, as we all are aware of the fact that India is a land of Gods and unbelievable spirituality which has successfully attracted pilgrims from around every nook and corner of India and almost every country from around the world. I will conclude by coming straight to the point I don’t know whether you could find God in the above-listed places but I am very much sure that you are about to get yourself back once you step foot on these Holy grounds.

Bicycle riding Activity that you can’t afford to miss when you visit Amritsar

Our lives have become really hectic and that is why not everyone has ample time to enjoy. This has become part of our daily problems. No one has got time to take some rest from their work and enjoy with their family and friends.

But the trend is needed to be changed. It is the need of the hour to get out and enjoy some time outside.

Amritsar and fun activity

Amritsar is a great place and Amritsar is even called the holy city of Punjab. No place can match the flamboyance of this place.

If you are planning to visit Amritsar and enjoy some time there then you need to know about this fun activity in Amritsar that you cannot afford to miss out in Amritsar.

This fun activity is presented to you by the city on pedals. This fun activity consists of so many fun activities. Basically, the fun activity is the bicycle tour, one will experience with the city on pedals.

Enjoy Amritsar

If you really want to enjoy Amritsar then you need to understand one thing that the best part of this great city is in the streets. And if we talk about street then you can never miss the bicycle ride in Amritsar. The small streets of Amritsar are the most significant and best part of this holy city Amritsar. This is one the most Adventurous activities in Amritsar that you can never allow to miss.

So, one cannot afford to miss out on the streets of Amritsar and also on the great food in Amritsar.

How this fun activity bicycle ride is so special

There are different parts of this fun activity and these things make it more special. So check out them.

  • Going through the streets of Amritsar

In this fun activity of city on Pedals, you will find through the different streets of Amritsar and check out the true beauty and cultural things of Amritsar. There are so many small shops of different items in these small streets.

  • Get to know the history of Amritsar

A place is obviously defined by its culture and Amritsar is defined by its cultural things and true culture of Amritsar lies in the small streets. There are so many different places in Amritsar and many places are of cultural importance and there is obviously some kind of history related to these places. So get to know the history of these places.

Cycling with great people

This Cycling is a great activity and traveling in the streets of Amritsar with your wonderful Bicycle rider friend and family members is another great thing.

You will be accompanied by the people of the city on pedals. Cycling timings are in the morning where one can do cycling in the beautiful and fresh environment of Amritsar.

  • Street food is the best

Punjabi’s love eating and that is why eating street from different vendors and famous Dhabas or places is the main part of this tour. So along with the help of this bicycle ride, you can enjoy the Amritsar Street food tour.

Other tours of Amritsar you can enjoy

One can go for other tours as well. Like there are trips of Wagah border and other places.

So, one cannot afford to miss out on this Bicycle fun activity in Amritsar as it is a really cherishing activity and a fun activity. No need to think much.

Whenever you visit Amritsar then do not miss out on these wonderful set of fun activities by the City on pedals.

Top 9 Mega kitchens in India- Golden temple kitchen is one of them

Which one is your favorite TV show? Everyone has a different answer to this question. One of the most popular TV show is Mega kitchens in India. Mega kitchens can also be termed as food factory. And why not, that’s what they are doing on a large scale. These mega kitchens are preparing a large amount of food in such a small duration that it’s wonderful and amazing to see them cook.

Golden Temple in Amritsar

The golden temple which is also known as basically Sikh Gurudwara and it feeds 100,000 people per day. Isn’t it amazing? They serve a vegetarian meal to people irrespective of their cast, creed or color. People from around the world visit Golden temple to take blessings from The God. It’s a famous religious as well as tourist Place in Amritsar for people from around the world. Guru ka langar – that’s what it’s called popularly.

Shirdi in Maharashtra

Shri Sai Baba Sansthan Trust of Shirdi is famous for its solar kitchen. It’s equipped with 3 mega kitchen halls, which provide a place to prepare food. The cooks in this kitchen prepare food for 40,000 people daily. They prepare breakfast packets also, which is again an excellent show of their teamwork.

Taj Sats in Delhi

Singapore Airport terminal services and Indian Taj hotels – it’s the joint venture between these two entities. Kolkata, Chennai, Mumbai, Amritsar, and Delhi – these are the cities to which it provides flight catering services.

IRCTC Kitchen in Noida

IRCTC is one of the largest kitchens in India. Everybody knows about IRCTC and the scale at which they operate. They have ultra modern food factory in Noida, which caters to a large number of people.

Akshaya Patra in Hubli

Akshaya Patra is indeed a mega kitchen, which provides food to over 1.5 million children. Midday meal – that’s how they serve the children. It’s indeed unbelievable to view and understand that how they undertake and execute this mammoth task.

Jagannath Temple in Puri

Mahaprasad is offered to Lord Jagannath at a particular time of the day. 56 different food items are offered to Lord Jagannath. Naivedya or Prasadam is offered to Lord Jagannath.

Hola Mahalla MegaKitchen

Shree Anandpur Sahib is the place where Hola Mahalla mega kitchen is situated. It’s in the month of March that this particular festival is celebrated with all the vigor and vitality. This kitchen is able to cater to 100,000 people at a time. Isn’t it amazing and wonderful?

ISKON Yatra Kitchen

ISKON temple kitchen is definitely a mega kitchen in India. During the Krishna Janmashtami festival period, they offer food to a large number of people. It’s truly India’s Mega kitchen as they prepare tasty dishes in a shortest possible period of time. Be aware that whatever they prepare is vegetarian and very hygienic. The food they prepare for the general public is the same food that they offer to Lord Krishna.

Dharmasthala in Karnataka

This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva like other in numerous temples in India and the whole world. Bhagwan Baahubali statue is the center of attraction here and the temple feeds whopping 50,000 people every day.

Ram Tirth Temple


The Ram Tirth Temple is hearted at a distance of roughly around 11 kilometers which falls under west direction Chogawan Road in Amritsar, Punjab. The temple is originated right back from the Ramayana era. A very ancient tank has been curated around the temple.

Temple’s Origin

Numerous temples are dispersed in this specific Holy and sacred plot. At this divine location there still lies the remains of a hut where Mata Sita gave birth to Luv and Kush. There lies Maharishi Valmiki’s refuge along with a well which has stairs wherein Mata Sita used to take bath. Ramayana which is the holiest book of Hinduism addresses this site without fail which signifies the importance of the place. Mata Sita landed on this place after Lord Rama abandoned her.  Mata Sita took refuge in Valmiki’s hut. She took care of her children Luv and Kush and raised them. She led their training and it turned out that they were very well gifted in all aspects of warfare and other subjects.

Hence this makes the place very special holding a great religious significance. This is also mentioned in the holy scriptures which makes it very much clear and effortless to understand. This religious spot stood once as an ashrama to Valmiki. While the history states that Valmiki has inscribed numerous scriptures in the same place. Rishi Valmiki’s still to be over at the same place where he once resided as per the scriptures.

Importance of the Ram Tirth Temple

According to the recent stats that I have gone through, it is highly probable that the Ram Tirth Temple is visited by the pilgrims which count in heavy numbers. Also, a large number of long-haired people who are better known as Jatadharis set foot on the sacred place as well. They not only come to visit this place in Amritsar but also slip into deep meditation for very long hours, how many not sure. This depends on what level of focus they have and can meditate without getting distracted by the outer world and chaos. The local people who reside nearby are hard to miss this and gather in Stiff numbers.

The common faith shared by the pilgrims is that they should not fail to provide alms to the beggars, cripples and in need of help individuals, they provide alms in the form of money, clothes, food etc. or whatever they could help these people with

One of the most popular fairs of Punjab

Just, after the night of Diwali which Hindus also term as Deepavali a fair is held. The preparations start very early as it is the chief reason of pilgrims visit to this place. And the fair continues to last for five long days. Also, Ram tirth fair is one of the most popular fairs of Punjab.  The major centre of attraction for the visitors is the Tank which in the sculptures as described being dug by Hanuman. The pilgrims take this as a very significant factor for being present in there. Not only this, the pilgrims share a common belief that having a small dip in the so described tank is very auspicious.

And this dip needs to completed in the early hours of the full moon night. This night is the night of Purnamashi. The pilgrims then enchant the mantras along with the salutations of “Ram Ram” just right after the completion of the dip.

Best time to visit the place

It is quite fascinating that Amritsar, Punjab and many more locations in India which senses the extreme weather condition. Be it winter, the cold weather is beyond resistance capacity while the summers have the capability to wet the devotee in his very own sweat i.e. summers are hot and winters are way too cold. The most ideal time according to me is that a devotee should step foot on this land between the months of October & March. During this period the weather conditions are quite minimal which means the weather is neither too hot nor it is unbearably chilled. This gives the individual a perfect time window to get in and out just before weather conditions go haywire.

All in All

The Ram Tirth Mandir hence is visited by the huge number of pilgrims and devotees in order to grab the spirituality that lies within the ambience of the fair and the sacred holy place.

So when you visit Amritsar you can never afford to visit this holy place in Amritsar.

Wagah border – Another must Visit Place in Amritsar

The Wagah border ceremony is one of the best tourist attractions in Amritsar as well as in India. You can see swarms of touts scattered at this place trying to sell their stuff to the tourists. There are a large number of rickshaw cycles lined across the road that is in case you don’t wish to walk. There is a separate VIP line for the people who don’t like cramming up. Although tourist prices are high at some places in India it’s worthwhile. Before arriving at this place, make sure you check the Wagah border timing so that you don’t get late for the event.

Reach early

It’s better you arrive early on the spot so that you don’t miss the action. There are a large number of families that come to see this event from around the globe. On the Indian side of the Wagah border, there is a stadium also, which can seat 10,000 people. When we compare Indian side crowd with Pakistan side crowd then we find that the crowd on other side is little subdued. We are not aware of the reason behind this analogy but that’s the way it is. You should know how to reach Wagah border so that you reach there well before the event.

Interesting event

Wagah border ceremony is an interesting and important event and should not be missed at any cost. If you wish to reach Wagah border from Amritsar then there are several ways. It depends upon your convenience and budget. There is a minibus service, which charges 100 INR per person. This is by far the cheapest one. There are many touts on the street near the Golden Temple from where you can buy tickets for a minibus. Amritsar and Wagah border are one of the best destinations in Amritsar, India and you shouldn’t miss them at any cost.

Take Hop on Hop off Bus

Apart from the minibus, you can take a hop on hop off tourist bus in amritsar as well. This bus is a bit costly as compared to minibus; nevertheless, you will enjoy your ride. The ticket price of this bus is Rs 250 but given the convenience, you will have while you travel, it’s worth its value. For your information, we would like to state that this bus departs at 2:30 PM. If you don’t wish to travel by bus or minibus then you can go for hire a private taxi. It’s again a bit costlier but convenient at the same time. In fact, if the number of people is more then it’s affordable as well. So as we said earlier it all depends upon your availability and budget. So these are the tips on how to reach Wagah border from Golden Temple?

Obscure event

Wagah border ceremony is one of the world’s most obscure events. People from around the world come to witness this event. Patriotic music is played on full volume to entertain the crowd. People start dancing in the middle of the road and a typical dance party scene is created, which is enjoyed by people of all age groups. Some people are doing the vague dance while some are performing hip hop, which is surely a feast to the eyes. Make sure you are aware of Wagah border parade timing so that you don’t get late in attending the event.

Amazing view

Wagah border

Turbaned soldiers on each side carry flags of respective countries. The whole view is just amazing. There are armed gunmen on each side of the border. Spectators on each side of the border are completely bemused after seeing the event. The build up of guards and the whole environment is just amazing. The turbaned guards looked fabulous. Both the sides lowered their flags and the ceremony came to conclusion. The mass exodus that happened after the ceremony was overwhelming. It was definitely an interesting experience although some people may not find it that good. Wagah border ceremony is one of the famous attractions in Amritsar and it should not be missed at any cost.

Interesting event

Wagah border ceremony is an interesting and important event and should not be missed at any cost. If you wish to reach Wagah border from Amritsar then there are several ways. It depends upon your convenience and budget. There is a minibus service, which charges Approximately 100 INR per person. This is by far the cheapest one. There are many touts on the street near the Golden Temple from where you can buy tickets for a minibus. Amritsar and Wagah border are one of the best destinations in Amritsar, India and you shouldn’t miss them at any cost.

Foreign tourist

Mostly people have doubt of this question:  Is there any ticket for wagah border?

If you are a foreign tourist or domestic tourist then there is good news for you. You don’t need to buy a ticket to view the Wagah border ceremony. It’s free to watch for you so you just need to go there, sit and watch. But in case you wish to watch the ceremony from VIP areas then you need a special invitation. Make sure you arrive early at the ceremony spot so that you don’t miss the show. In case if you somehow manage VIP area permission then nothing like it. So, enjoy your Wagah border ceremony and take sweet memories of the event along with you.

Leave Amritsar at the right time

You need to leave Amritsar at the right time so that you don’t get late. Before the show starts there is lots of music and dancing so make sure you enjoy every bit of it. You need to understand that there are timing changes depending upon the month of the year. So if you are visiting the Wagah border in summers then the timings will be different compared to winters. 25 minutes – that’s the complete duration of Wagah border closing ceremony.

What time does the Wagah border ceremony start?

Winter October to March 16:30

Summer/Monsoon April to September 17:30

Where to stay

Now the big question that ponders every visitor’s mind is that where to stay in Amritsar. There are so many options available to you that you will have a hard time choosing. Our personal recommendation is Backpacker’s Nest. They have large private rooms as well as dorms so that you can choose as per your choice as well as convenience. Another option that will interest you is Sadda Pind Amritsar where you can enjoy the culture of Punjab also you can take the room at rent if you want to stay in Sadda Pind at the night. There are also many hotels in Near Golden temple where you can stay.