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Located at 51kms from Manali this mountain pass which is at an elevation of 13,054 ft is the gateway to Lahaul and Spiti valleys, it also connects the Kullu valley with the valleys of Lahaul and Spiti. Thought the name Rohtang means “pile of corpses” and even the path might urge you to believe so but the snow capped rocky mountains, glaciers, the Chandra River and the pass also lies between the water basins of the Chenab River and Beas River makes the Pass more like a gateway to heaven. M...
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This internationally acclaimed cantilever bridge is a sort of synonym in Kolkata and and is also its greatest asset. Built in 1943 to replace the earlier Pontoon bridge due to increase in traffic, the bridge  connects the city of Kolkata with its twin city Howarh across the river Hooghly. There are several fascinating features with this bridge. Riveting technique is employed in construction of the bridge without any nuts and bolts, and a whopping 26,500 tons of steel is used to construct thi...
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Science City, located in Hebatpur, is an educational centre focusing on science and technology. Built in 1960, this initiative of Gujarat Government is a blend of education and entertainment. Its primary objective is to spread awareness about the progression of science and its application in human life, thereby to draw more students towards education in science. Spread over an area of 1,069,976.7 sq. metre, this science city has two wings; Energy Education Park and Life Science Park. The ...
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Situated around 28 km from Amritsar, Wagah Border is the only road border crossing between India and Pakistan. Often known as Berlin Wall of Asia, this border lies on the Grand Trunk Road between Amritsar and Lahore. Every evening before the sunset, a 40 to 45 minute beating retreat ceremony called 'lowering of the flags’ is held here. During the occasion, Border Security Force (B.S.F) of India and the Pakistan Rangers soldiers perform an energetic parade. As the sun sets, the iron gate a...
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Spread over 130 hectares (320 acres), this unique building is the official home of the President of India. It is a blend of both Mughal and European architectural styles with a copper dome. The structure houses around 340 bedecked rooms, several halls, guest rooms, offices, residences of bodyguards and staff, stables and other offices / utilities within its perimeter walls.

It has a neo-Buddhist copper dome along with a circular hall known as “Durbar Hall”. This hall acts as the chi...
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This is the place where the Indian Parliament meets. The house is located at a strategic point in the heart of New Delhi. It is designed by Sir Herbert Baker and the building was inaugurated by Lady and Lord Irwin in 1927. Constructed in the shape of a circle, the house stands at a height of 75 feet and measures 570 feet in diameter. It has around 247 pillars representing Mughal architectural style. The structure primarily consists of two Houses - the Upper House and the Lower House besid...
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Founded in 1892, this is a historic educational institution and sprawls over 300 acre (1.2 sq km). It is located about eight km outside of the city center on the Amritsar-Lahore highway adjoining Guru Nanak Dev University campus, to which the college is academically affiliated. Designed by Bhai Ram Singh, the principal of the Mayo School of Arts, Lahore, the building is a combination of Indo-Saracenic and Indo-Mughal style of architecture.     Khalsa College's contribution towards the fr...
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Mother Teresa House, as it is popularly called is the headquarters of the international religious congregation of the Missionaries of Charity. Mother Teresa lived, prayed, worked and guided her sisters from February 1953 till the day she passed away in 1997. Her disciples still continuing her legacy by preaching her teachings to the world. One of the popular place and a pilgrimage center here is Mother Teresa tomb. She was buried in this house on 13th September, 1997. This site on the bui...
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Situated off Hall Road, Hall Bazaar is one of the busiest shopping centers in Amritsar and is also popular for Gandhi Gate, the entry point to the Bazaar. Though this bazaar is mainly famous for woolen items like carpets, blankets and shawls, it is also one stop shop for a wide range of products such as electronics items, ornaments, handicrafts, ready-made / traditionally embroidered garments, wooden bangles, silver jewelery, embellished shoes and best quality books among others.

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The Gurudwara, built in 1517 to commemorate the visit of the founder Guru of the Sikh faith, Guru Nanak Dev. Located around 25 from Leh, on the Leh-Kargil road and built 12000 feet above sea level, the gurudwara is one of the beautiful, benevolent and exceptionally well maintained. Fascinatingly, Guru Nanak Dev was and still is highly respected and revered. Even the Dalai Lama has confirmed it. Guru Gompka Maharaj is the name under which Guru Nanak Dev is known among Buddhists. The sto...
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