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Dudhsagar Falls, Goa
The majestic Dudhsagar falls is one of most popular and scenic attraction in Goa. It is located in the Sangeum region of Goa, almost 60 km away from the capital city of Panaji. Dudhsagar falls is a series of four different vertical falls. Originated from the high peaks of Western Ghats, Dudhsagar falls have a total height of 310 meters.
The Konkani name ‘Dudhsagar’ means ‘Ocean of milk’ in English. You will also feel like streams of milk flowing down the mountain when you see this spectacular waterfalls. Luckily, the South Central rail routes pass just in front of this gorgeous Dudhsagar falls. From the Kulem railway station (near Mollem National Park) you can take a pleasure train journey to Dudhsagar falls. The view of Dudhsagar, when the train crosses the arch bridge just in front of the falls is just breathtaking.
The monsoon season (from June to September) is the best time to visit the Dudhsagar falls. Because the water is in full flow during the monsoon season. You can also hike to the waterfalls along the railway track. While hiking you can enjoy the beauty of surrounding dense forest and old architecture of the rail tunnel built by the British.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Andaman and Nicobar islands is a Union Territory of India located in the Bay of Bengal. It comprises 572 islands and only 26 of them are inhabited. Andaman islands have great importance in Indian Independence movement. The cellular jail in Andaman has long been used for torturing Indian activists by the British. Today, both Andaman and Nicobar islands have been transformed into one of most popular tourist destinations in India.
There are many reasons to love Andaman and Nicobar islands – the stunning sunsets, beautiful white-sand beaches, world-class diving locations, lush forest and the friendly local people. Throughout the year, Andaman and Nicobar islands receive pleasant mild weather.
Port Blair, the capital city of Andaman and Nicobar, is a historically important place and also has many scenic attractions. The beaches of this picturesque town are very enticing. The waters are very clear and have attraction turquoise blue color. Thankfully, some spots are so clear enough to see the coral reefs. You can also enjoy world class scuba diving and snorkeling in the beaches of Port Blair.
A century old cellular jail is the another important attraction of Port Blair. Once it served as a colonial prison. During British rule in India, hundreds of freedom fighters were transported to this remote jail. Today the cellular jail stands as a symbol of cruelty faced by the Indian activists by the British.
Best Places To See In Andaman And Nicobar Islands
- Port Blair – Beautiful beaches, lush forests and a century old cellular jail.
- Ross Island – A calm and peaceful island. You can see the remains of churches, cemetery and other buildings that were built during British rule in India.
- Havelock Island – Beautiful white sand beaches, world-class diving spots.
- Chiriya Tapu – A beautiful small villages with spectacular beaches and stunning sunsets
Golden Temple, Amritsar, Punjab
Of course, India is a land of religious diversity. In this country, people in different regions have different religious beliefs and practices. In such a country, the Golden temple in Amritsar stands as a symbol of the oneness of God. It is the holiest shrine of Sikhs. Irrespective of religion, caste or place of living, people from all parts of the world are welcome here. Golden temple is also known as ‘Harimandir Sahib’, which means the temple of God.
The Golden temple was constructed between 1588 and 1604 by Sikh Guru, Guru Ram Das. Marble is the main material used for the construction of this temple and it is gold plated with pure gold. This amazing temple surrounded by a man-made lake named Amrit Sarovar. It is said to be the water of this holy lake have special properties.
The visitors can be entered the Golden temple from its four different sides. It symbolizes welcoming of people from all parts of the world, irrespective of their religion and cast. Surprisingly, the Golden temple was built on a lower level than its surroundings. So that visitors have to step down to reach the complex. It is to remind the visitors that humility is an important quality to lead a meaningful life.
Every day, around 35000 people fed for free at Golden temple. But all participants have to sit on the floor regardless of their religion or caste. This system at Golden temple symbolizes the equality.
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