Food lovers are always on the lookout for food as you can see there are a lot of beautiful food items here and these beautiful foods are very tasty and delicious to eat. Such Bengali food is available in Siliguri. Among the favorite foods of Bengali people, there are various types of vegetables, curry, pulses, mashed potatoes, meat and fish and most of the people enjoy eating such beautiful food in this beautiful environment. I like it very much, it is delicious and these foods attract a lot of attention in the eyes of the people and I hope you will like these foods very much. Arriving in Siliguri, I went to Dadabhai Hotel first, where 12, 16 kinds of items are available for 50 rupees. Honestly, I tasted the item and after watching it, I will say only one thing, it is just amazing. So once you go to Siliguri, give it a try and hopefully everyone will like it and those who are watching from Siliguri will know your feedback. You may also like these pictures and scenes of this interesting food and if you like it, you must like, comment and subscribe to my channel.
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একাদশ শতাব্দীর গোড়ার দিকে যখন নির্মিত হয়েছিল তখন থানজাবুরের বৃহাদিস্বর মন্দিরটি বিশ্বের দীর্ঘতম বিল্ডিংগুলির মধ্যে একটি ছিল। আর এই স্থানে বিভিন্ন ধরনের সৌন্দর্য রয়েছে যেগুলো দেখে সত্যি অবাক হয়ে যাওয়ার মত কেননা এখানে বিভিন্ন ধরনের মূর্তি দেখা যাচ্ছে আর এগুলো এত সুন্দর করে তৈরি করেছে বিভিন্ন ধরনের প্রাণী এ ধরনের মন্দির প্রতিষ্ঠা করা হয়েছিল পূর্ব বাংলার বিভিন্ন অঞ্চল গুলোতে এবং এই জায়গা গুলো অনেক বেশি সুন্দর ছিল পর্যবেক্ষণ এবং সৌন্দর্য পর্যটকদের কাছে এগুলো মানুষের অনেক বেশি পছন্দ করত কেননা এই অঞ্চল গুলোতে অনেক বেশি আকর্ষণ জড়িত আছে এবং ইতিহাসসমৃদ্ধ যেখানে ফুটে ওঠে। আজও, এর স্কেল এবং মহিমা শ্বাস-প্রশ্বাস গ্রহণ করে। এই স্মৃতিসৌধটি সেই সময়ে ভারতের চোল রাজবংশের যে সম্পদ ও প্রভাব নিয়েছিল তা বোঝায়। এরপরে তাদের রাজত্বের শেষের দিকে, তারা সমগ্র ভারত মহাসাগর জুড়ে বাণিজ্য পরিচালনা করছিল, আজ ইন্দোনেশিয়ার নিকটবর্তী জমিগুলি জয় করে এবং নিয়ন্ত্রণ করেছিল এবং সেই যুগের চীনা সাম্রাজ্যের সাথে লড়াই করেছিল। তিনটি গ্রেট লিভিং চোল মন্দিরের মধ্যে প্রথম, বৃহহাদিস্বর এখনও সর্বাধিক প্রতিমূর্তিযুক্ত, তিনি পাথরটিতে তৎকালীন তামিল স্থাপত্যের চূড়ার একটি স্ন্যাপশট ধারণ করেছিলেন। গ্রানাইট তৈরি করা, তার হৃদয়ে অবস্থিত লম্বা বিমানমান টাওয়ারটি সময়ের পরীক্ষায় দাঁড়িয়েছে, আঞ্চলিক শক্তির লড়াই এবং আবহাওয়ার একইরকম পরিস্থিতিকে অস্বীকার করে। তবে আজও, শতাব্দীকাল ধরে নিয়ন্ত্রণ সরিয়ে নেওয়া সত্ত্বেও, মন্দিরটি মূলত যে উদ্দেশ্যে নির্মিত হয়েছিল দেবতাদের প্রশংসা ও গৌরব অর্জনের জন্য এটি চালিয়ে যাচ্ছে। দক্ষিণ ভারতের মধ্য দিয়ে আমাদের কোর্সটি পূর্ব উপকূলরেখার পাশ দিয়ে আমাদের স্কার্ট করত, যা আমাদের রাতের জন্য পুডুচেরি দক্ষিণে কেভারি নদীর তীরে ও তামিলনাড়ুর কেন্দ্রস্থ মাদুরাই পর্যন্ত নিয়ে যেত। যেমনটা করার মতো আমি আগে থেকেই আমার মানচিত্রটি যাচাই করেছিলাম এবং দেখেছিলাম যে আমাদের গ্রুপ ট্রিপটি কোনও ইউনেস্কোর সাইটের কাছাকাছি না গিয়েই এতটা পার হয়ে চলেছে, মন্দিরে থামার জন্য একটি ব্যক্তিগত পরিবহণের ব্যবস্থা করে এবং দক্ষিণের বাইরে বাকি পথটি আমাকে বহন করার ব্যবস্থা করেছিল। দলটি বরাবরের মতো, এটি একটি জ্ঞানসম্মত সিদ্ধান্তের প্রমাণ দিয়েছিল, আমরা আমাদের লুপটিতে শিখতে চাইছি এমন দুর্দান্ত দক্ষিণী রাজবংশগুলির তৃতীয়টির ইতিহাস এবং জাঁকজমকটি উন্মুক্ত করে রেখেছি। এই সুন্দর আকর্ষণীয় চিত্রগুলো মানুষের চোখে আম্বেশ আলিঙ্গন করে এবং এই বিশাল বড় ভবন অনেক বেশি সৌন্দর্য এখানে ফুটে উঠেছে চিত্র গুলো দেখলে সত্যিই অবাক হয়ে যাওয়ার মতো এ ধরণের পরিবেশের এই মুখরিত দৃশ্য গুলো দেখে হয়তো আপনাদেরও ভাল লাগবে আর এই সম্পর্কে জানার অভিজ্ঞতা হয়তো অনেকেরই আছে সুন্দর এই চিত্রটা দেখে যদি আপনাদের ভালো লাগে তাহলে অবশ্যই আমার চ্যানেলটি সাবস্ক্রাইব করবেন।
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The Rock Garden of Chandigarh is a sculpture garden in Chandigarh, India, also known as Nek Chand's Rock Garden after its founder Nek Chand, a government official who started the garden secretly in his spare time. Chandigarh is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in India and people walk here in a beautiful way. And people come to this park at different times and walk around here. The environment is beautiful and the beautiful green scenery around it. Visitors come to this park and they will spend more time here to see these traditional beautiful scenes. Today it is spread over an area. It is completely built of industrial and home waste and thrown-away items. Iconic Rock Garden creator Late Nek Chand,The 90-year-old Padma Shri awardee has millions of fans across the globe.The garden is most famous for its sculptures made from recycled ceramic Waterfall and path at Rock Garden, Chandigarh, It is near Sukhna Lake. It consists of man-made interlinked waterfalls and many other sculptures that have been made of scrap and other kinds of wastes bottles, glasses, bangles, tiles, ceramic pots, sinks, electrical, waste,brokenpipes, etc. which are placed in walled paths.citation needed In his spare time, Nek Chand started collecting materials from demolition sites around the city. He recycled these materials into his own vision of the divine kingdom of Sukrani, choosing a gorge in a forest near Sukhna Lake for his work. The gorge had been designated as a land conservancy, a forest buffer established that nothing could be built on. Chand’s work was illegal, but he was able to hide it for 18 years before it was discovered by the authorities. By this time, it had grown into complex of interlinked courtyards, each filled with hundreds of pottery-covered concrete sculptures of dancers, musicians, and animals.His work was in danger of being demolished, but he was able to get public opinion on his side. the park was inaugurated as a public space. Nek Chand was given a salary, a title and 50 laborers so that he could concentrate full-time on his work. It appeared on an Indian stamp. The Rock Garden is still made out of recycled materials. With the government’s help, Chand was able to set up collection centers around the city for waste, especially rags and broken ceramics.When Chand left the country on a lecture tour the city withdrew its funding, and vandals attacked the park. The Rock Garden Society took over the administration and upkeep of this unique visionary environment. These huge and beautiful places of tradition and history have become amazing patterns in the eyes of the people and they are much more beautiful and much more interesting to look at because of the natural environment and the beautiful environment that people have at different times. The greenery of beauty can be seen in this region. It can be made more interesting. The historical monuments in this region are beautiful. This image looks the most beautiful in this natural indicator. I hope you will like it very much and if you like it, please like and comment.
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The Valley of Flowers National Park. The stunning landscape of The Valley of Flowers National Park in northern India's state of Uttarakhand, bordered by Nepal and Tibet, comes alive with the monsoon rain. This beautiful natural place has caught the eye of the people. Such beautiful places are always very beautiful in the eyes of the people because the environment of this place is always in the minds of the people and the state of this hilly region in the border area will attract the attention of the people.This high-altitude Himalayan valley has around 300 different varieties of alpine flowers, which appear as a bright carpet of color against a mountainous snow capped background. It's spread and was declared a national park. It’s also a Unesco World Heritage Site. The main Valley of Flowers is a glacial corridor, around five.Note, The trekking route to the Valley of Flowers was badly damaged by floods. The Valley reopened for the entire season. Location The Valley of Flowers National Park is located in Chamoli Garhwal, close to Nanda Devi National Park. It’s about kilometers from Delhi, and has an altitude that varies above sea level.bGetting there The nearest airport is in Dehradun, away, and the nearest railway station is in Rishikesh, The closest you can get to The Valley of Flowers by road is Govind Ghat. This requires a 10 hour drive to Joshimath from Dehradun, then another one hour to Govind Ghat. From Govind Ghat, you'll need to trek to base camp at Ghangaria. Following the 2013 flood, the path has been rerouted at many places and the total distance has increased. Trekking time is now approximately eight to 10 hours. Alternatively, it's possible to hire a mule, or go by helicopter is the weather is fine. People like beautiful natural places all the time because people like beauty in natural places. People usually visit such places. You may like to see these beautiful natural places and if you like it, please like, comment and subscribe to our channel.
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Ponmudi the Golden Peak is a hill station in the Thiruvananthapuram district of Kerala in India. The hilly character of the hilly landscapes and the beautiful natural environment is much more beautiful and the best thing is that there are different areas of this mountain rich in fog and these beautiful natural areas always attract more people. Its located north-east of Trivandrum city at an altitude. It is a part of the Western Ghats mountain range that runs parallel to the Arabian Sea. There are several tea and rubber estates around the hills. A hill tribe called Kani live in the surrounding areas. Ponmudi is fast developing as a hill resort with room and dormitory accommodation facilities, hill-trails for hiking, a collection of flowering trees and a deer park. Ponmudi is blessed with scenic splendor and natural beauty, Ponmudi is considered as one of the tourist attractions in gods own country. Ponmudi has a carpet of thick tropical forest that rolls down to the foot of the hill range. No doubt, the salubrious atmosphere and the twisted trails across clear streams must have contributed to her health. Ponmudi is connected to Trivandrum by a narrow winding road offering scenic views on the way to Ponmudi. The climate is pleasant year-round. Trivandrum serves as a base for trekking and hiking. There are also tea gardens in the area. There are 22 hairpin curves in the short route which makes the travel a definitely thrilling experience. Other attractions near Ponmudi include Golden Valley and a number of rivulets and rapids, some even across the road. The lush forest area has tropical vegetation. A variety of wildlife inhabit the hills. The Golden Valley offers vistas of the hills and access to the Kallar River. Flowing though a wilderness area, it has rounded pebbles, cool water, fish, and lush green trees. Some notable tourist attractions located in Ponmudi are Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary, Echo Point and various trekking spots. Mist-laden valleys, especially Golden Valley near Kallar River, also draw tourists. Travelers can find a deer park and wood and stone cottages coloured in bright hues while visiting here.Located about from the hill station, is the Ponmudi Falls. Around from the Ponmudi Resort, is the popular Deer Park. The Meenmutty Falls, another popular attraction of the region, is about 3 km from the Kallar Main Road. Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary, located on the outskirts of Ponmudi, is a preserve spread across and accommodates a variety of wild animals and birds like Asian elephants, sambar, leopards, lion-tailed macaques, Malabar grey hornbills, etc. Winter season is from the months of November to February. Temperatures drop substantially and they range from a minimum. and go up to a maximum. December is the coldest part of the year and the travelers who visit the place during this time should bring appropriate winter clothing. Kallar and Menmutty Falls Kallar situated en route to the popular hill station of Ponmudi, Kallar gets its name from the River Kallar, which flows through the region. Kallu means 'stone' and Aru means 'river', hence the name Kallar. The river is well known for its abundance of attractive, round-shaped boulders and pebbles, especially in the upper reaches and middle portion of its course. Here one can take a dip in the crystal clear waters to cool off, and also watch the many rapids and small pools that dot a good part of the river in this area. These huge and beautiful places of tradition and history have become amazing patterns in the eyes of the people and they are much more beautiful and much more interesting to look at because of the natural environment and the beautiful environment that people have at different times. The greenery of beauty can be seen in this region. It can be made more interesting. The historical monuments in this region are beautiful. This image looks the most beautiful in this natural indicator. I hope you will like it very much and if you like it, please like and comment.
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Hampi, also referred to as the Group of Monuments at Hampi, is a Unesco World Heritage Site located in east-central Karnataka, India. This famous monument is located in the east of India and Karnataka and it is also very popular. And it is very beautiful to see most of the tourists. People come to these areas at different times and observe the areas by staring at them. You can see different kinds of traditional patterns in this place. It became the centre of the Hindu Vijayanagara Empire capital in the 14th century. Chronicles left by Persian and European travellers, particularly the Portuguese, state Hampi was a prosperous, wealthy and grand city near the Tungabhadra River, with numerous temples, farms and trading markets. By 1500 CE, Hampi-Vijayanagara was the world's second-largest medieval-era city after Beijing, and probably India's richest at that time, attracting traders from Persia and Portugal. The Vijayanagara Empire was defeated by a coalition of Muslim sultanates; its capital was conquered, pillaged and destroyed by sultanate armies, after which Hampi remained in ruins. Located in Karnataka near the modern-era city of Hosapete, that includes forts, riverside features, royal and sacred complexes, temples, shrines, pillared halls, mandapas, memorial structures, water structures and others. Hampi predates the Vijayanagara Empire; there is evidence of Ashokan epigraphy, and it is mentioned in the Ramayana and the Puranas of Hinduism as Pampaa Devi Tirtha Kshetra. Hampi continues to be an important religious centre, housing the Virupaksha Temple, an active Adi Shankara-linked monastery and various monuments belonging to the old city. location, Hampi is situated on the banks of the Tungabhadra River in the eastern part of central Karnataka near the state border with Andhra Pradesh. from Belgaum. The closest railway station is in Hosapete 13 kilometres away. During the winter, overnight buses and trains connect Hampi with Goa, Secunderabad and Bangalore. southeast of the Badami and Aihole archaeological sites. Texts and history, The toponym Hampi traditionally known as Pampa-kshetra, Kishkindha-kshetra or Bhaskara-kshetra is derived from Pampa, another name of goddess Parvati in Hindu theology. According to mythology, the maiden Parvati resolves to marry the loner ascetic Shiva. Her parents learn of her desire and discourage her, but she pursues her desire. Shiva is lost in yogic meditation, oblivious to the world; Parvati appeals to the gods for help to awaken him and gain his attention. Indra sends the god Kama the Hindu god of desire, erotic love, attraction and affection—to awake Shiva from meditation. Kama reaches Shiva and shoots an arrow of desire. Shiva opens his third eye in his forehead and burns Kama to ashes. Engage in the same activities asceticism, yogin and tapasya awakening him and attracting his interest. Shiva meets Parvati in disguised form and tries to discourage her, telling her Shiva's weaknesses and personality problems. According to Sthala Purana, Parvati Pampa pursued her ascetic, yogini lifestyle on Hemakuta Hill, now a part of Hampi, to win and bring ascetic Shiva back into householder life. Shiva is also called Pampapati husband of Pampa. The river near the Hemkuta Hill came to be known as Pampa river. The Sanskrit word Pampa morphed into the Kannada word Hampa and the place Parvati pursued Shiva came to be known as Hampe or Hampi. The site was an early medieval era pilgrimage place known as Pampakshetra. These beautiful traditional places are more attractive to the eyes of the people especially in this region and in different environments it is one of them and like this huge palace and fortress this place has created a huge beautiful environment and attraction in the eyes of people today. You will understand about this place and these scenes. You will love to see these pictures of this beautiful and environmentally rich area and this huge building palace and if you like it, please like, comment.
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Vattakottai Fort. Location Kanyakumari Tamilnadu, India Vattakottai Fort is a seaside fort Kanyakumari, TamilNadu the southern tip of India. This ancient fort was located in Tamil Nadu, India amidst natural beauty and greenery. This huge fort and this fort has a lot of history and a lot of improvements for the image of people at different times trying to find out what made a rich region beautiful and this fort called Kanyakumari is very well known in Tamil Nadu, India. This fort is situated approximately 6 km to the north east of the city Kanyakumari. Vattakottai Fort was erected in 18th century, and this was the last fort amongst the coastal forts built by the Travancore emperors. This built as a coastal defense-fortification and barracks in the erstwhile Travancore kingdom.The height of the walls of Vattakottai fort is nearly 25ft and the thickness of the walls is around 29ft on the front. The fort was built by De Lannoy, who was a Dutch naval officer and who also became commander of the Travancore Army the very army that defeated him in the Battle of Colachel in the 18th century, after he earned the trust of the Travancore King Marthanda Varma. De Lannoy constructed Vattakottai, as part of the defence-fortifications he undertook throughout Travancore.The fort is made of granite blocks and, today, a part of the fort extends into the sea. It is a protected site under the Indian archaeological department. A major renovation of the fort was undertaken recently by the department, and the site is now a popular tourist spot. Vattakottai Fort commands a picturesque view of both the sea on the one side, and the hills Western Ghats on the other. Another interesting feature near the site is a beach of black sands. The fort is made of stone and it includes rest rooms, watchtowers and weapon rooms. The walls inside the fort have engravings of fish design, which is supposed to be emblem of Pandyas. It is also said by the archaeologists that the fort was under the authority of Pandyas in the past. Earlier, the Padmanabhapuram Palace was clearly visible from the peak of the fort. In the past, there used to be broad tunnel from the fort to the Palace, but the tunnel is closed now. Visitors can catch a glimpse of the sea from the elevated parade ground located on top of the fort. The water of Bay of Bengal is visible from one side of the parade ground and on the other side the serene water of Arabian Sea can be seen.These beautiful traditional places are more attractive to the eyes of the people especially in this region and in different environments it is one of them and like this huge palace and fortress this place has created a huge beautiful environment and attraction in the eyes of people today. You will understand about this place and these scenes. You will love to see these pictures of this beautiful and environmentally rich area and this huge building palace and if you like it, please like, comment and subscribe to my channel.
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Tourist spot in Cherrapunji awesome place. High above misty valleys and foaming rivers, ensconced in swirling clouds and perched on an escarpment, lies Cherrapunji . Scenic and beautiful place The natural surroundings of this place will make you feel very good about yourself. This amazing natural view and beauty of the fountain is revealed here. This is a stunning location and the year-round rain earned Cherrapunji coveted entry long ago into the Guinness Book of World Records as the wettest place on earth, the place where the rainfall can be recorded in feet rather than in millimeters. Today, climatic changes have edged Cherrapunji out of the topmost 'wet' slot, but it still retains its pristine beauty, its unusual facets, the perpetual clouds, and the perpetual mists Appropriately, Cherrapunji lies in the heart of the State of Meghalaya-the abode of clouds. Best Time To Visit Cherrapunji is perhaps the only place in India, which has just one season, the monsoon. The rainfall varies from heavy to medium to light, but there is no month without rain. Another surprising fact about Cherrapunji is that it rains mostly at night. Day-to-day activity is not really disrupted by the rain. History Of Cherrapunji, As in days gone by, the faces of Cherrapunji change not with the seasons, but with the pattern of rainfall. The heaviest downpours span approximately five long months-from May until September. The clouds then are dark and menacing, full blown with rain, which descends earthwards with the stinging force of a whiplash. Throughout these months, Cherrapunji is transformed into a sea of tiny, gushing rivulets. The raindrops beat incessantly on rooftops and treetops creating a compelling tattoo of awesome sounds, which cannot be savored anywhere else but in the Northeastern states. The annual average rainfall of Cherrapunji stands today. Barely from Cherrapunji stands the village of Mawsynram, which has snatched away the heaviest rainfall record, rainfall. With the passage of September, the rhythm of the rain-its main force spent-changes to a gentle patter. And the Khasis and other residents of Cherrapunji, the flora, and the fauna respond to the change in the Rain God's mood. Soft pastel shades begin to appear in skies that were gray all day and rainbows that are a photographer's delight begin to make unexpected guest appearances. Tourists Attractions Of Cherrapunji. The home of enterprising Khasi clans, Cherrapunji's place in the Guinness Book of Records is not its only claim to fame. Along with falls lesser in height but no less alluring, the spectacular, cascading Mawsmai Falls-the fourth highest in India-lie just a few kilometers beyond Cherrapunji. Close by is situated a fascinating labyrinth of underground passages beneath age-old caves-a veritable dream for amateur explorers. Elsewhere around Cherrapunji, Khasi monoliths stones in memory of their ancestors lie dotted around-a vague reminder of the forests of Bastar. Amidst all the surprises of Cherrapunji, perhaps the most abiding is the startling realization that the wettest place on earth where it rains every month also has an amazing amount of warm sunshine. When the clouds drift away, there are a series of memorable views, and one can see as far as Bangladesh. Orchids blooming a few feet away form a patch devoid of vegetation. Dense woods interspersed by rocky, cliffs furrowed by erosion. As the months move on, the smell of decaying vegetation lessens as the showers become intermittent. New plants spring to life, and people go about their tasks with renewed energy. The hills around Cherrapunji do not have the lush green vegetation one normally associates with wet places.To preserve the glory and honor of the country, the old things that have been used by the people for ages and such historical observatories and things today is a field to make more history which is why these beautiful places have become historical monuments by making them more visible to the people. Maybe you will like it too. And if you like it, like, comment and subscribe to my channel.
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The Sernabatim Beach is essentially a continuation of the Colva Beach. This beach is a much cleaner and quieter beach, as compared to other beaches in Goa and is an ideal place for swimming and relaxing. Away from noisy crowds and minus persistent hawkers, the Sernabatim Beach is popular for its gorgeous sunsets and draws many people during the evenings. Location 1 kilometer away from Colva Beach. You can see two beautiful natural places and there are some signs of this beautiful place that can be seen here. The environment of rural Bengal is revealed. The names of two places in India are mentioned here. There are two different places where grass is eaten and birds fly over it On the other hand, this beautiful place on the beach in Goa, India, where this kind of beauty and scenery is most striking. Kaziranga National Park a world heritage site, the park hosts two-thirds of the world’s Great One-horned rhinoceros. Kaziranga also boasts the highest density of tigers among the protected areas in the world and was declared a Tiger Reserve in 2006. Though sighting of tigers are difficult because of the tall grasses that provide excellent camouflage, their presence can be felt everywhere by way of pug marks, kills and territorial markings. The park is home to large breeding populations of elephants, wild water buffalo and swamp deer. This type of beauty is a region full of patterns in the natural environment and historical patterns can be seen here. These places full of beauty are very much embraced by the human eye. It attracts a lot of people and many people like this kind of beautiful places. I put these places and scenes of this beautiful environment in one hand. I hope you will like it very much and if you like it, please like, comment and subscribe to my channel.
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The armies of the Delhi Sultanate, particularly those of Alauddin Khalji and Muhammad bin Tughlaq, invaded and pillaged South India. There are various indications of the rise and fall of different empires and it was very beautiful and the Islamic rulers were one of the rulers in the world still occupies a memorable place in history. These unforgettable events can happen in the eyes of people today, which you can understand by seeing this beautiful environment. The Hoysala Empire and its capital Dvarasamudra in south Karnataka was plundered and destroyed in the early 14th century by the armies of Alauddin Khalji, and again. by the army of Muhammad bin Tughlaq.The Kampili kingdom in north-central Karnataka followed the collapse of Hoysala Empire. It was a short-lived Hindu kingdom with its capital from Hampi. The Kampili kingdom ended after an invasion by the Muslim armies of Muhammad bin Tughlaq. The Hindu women of Kampili committed jauhar ritual mass suicide when the Kampili soldiers faced defeat by Tughlaq's army. The Vijayanagara Empire arose from the ruins of the Kampili kingdom. It grew into one of the famed Hindu empires of South India that ruled for over 200 years. The Vijayanagara Empire built its capital around Hampi, calling it Vijayanagara. They expanded the infrastructure and temples. According to Nicholas Gier and other scholars, Hampi-Vijayanagara was the world's second-largest medieval-era city after Beijing, and probably India's richest. Its wealth attracted 16th-century traders from across the Deccan area, Persia and the Portuguese colony of Goa. The Vijayanagara rulers fostered developments in intellectual pursuits and the arts, maintained a strong military and fought many wars with sultanates to its north and east. They invested in roads, waterworks, agriculture, religious buildings and public infrastructure. This included, states Unesco, forts, riverside features, royal and sacred complexes, temples, shrines, pillared halls, mandapas halls for people to sit, memorial structures, gateways, check posts, stables, water structures, and more. The site was multi-religious and multi-ethnic; it included Hindu and Jain monuments next to each other. The buildings predominantly followed South Indian Hindu arts and architecture dating to the Aihole-Pattadakal styles, but the Hampi builders also used elements of Indo-Islamic architecture in the Lotus Mahal, the public bath and the elephant stables. According to historical memoirs left by Portuguese and Persian traders to Hampi, the city was of metropolitan proportions; they called it one of the most beautiful cities. While prosperous and in infrastructure, the Muslim-Hindu wars between Muslim Sultanates and Vijayanagara Empire continued. at the Battle of Talikota, a coalition of Muslim sultanates entered into a war with the Vijayanagara Empire. They captured and beheaded the king, followed by a massive destruction of the infrastructure fabric of Hampi and the metropolitan Vijayanagara. The city was pillaged, looted and burnt for six months after the war, then abandoned as ruins, which are now called the Group of Monuments at Hampi.To preserve the glory and honor of the country, the old things that have been used by the people for ages and such historical observatories and things today is a field to make more history which is why these beautiful places have become historical monuments by making them more visible to the people. Maybe you will like it too. And if you like it, like, comment and subscribe to my channel.
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A military museum, the Naval Aviation Museum houses exhibits which portray the evolution of the Indian Navy over the years. This huge museum run by the Indian Navy and Air Force was a much bigger attraction. And some of the things they destroyed and used were stored in this museum and it's a lot more attractive today in the many visitor-type environments they visit. Because it was the Indian Navy who did this huge initiative to keep it as a historical monument and to make history. The museum is divided into an indoor exhibit and an indoor gallery divided over two floors. Inaugurated in October, the Naval Aviation Museum is the second of its kind in India, the first one being the Air Force Museum in Delhi. The outdoor exhibit is a vast park where visitors can walk around and have a look at all the aircrafts which the Indian Navy has used over the years. There are a total of thirteen aircrafts on display, some of them being: Sea Harrier, Hawker Sea Hawk, Chetak and the Westland Sea King. In the indoor section of the museum, visitors will find information about the key battles in which the Indian Navy was involved. Apart from that, on display are weapons used in war, uniforms worn by Navy personnel and also old photographs. The museum also houses mammoth replicas of the ins Vikrant and the ins Viraat. Opening Closing Time except Mondays Location South side of Dabolim Airport. To preserve the glory and honor of the country, the old things that have been used by the people for ages and such historical observatories and things today is a field to make more history which is why these beautiful places have become historical monuments by making them more visible to the people. Maybe you will like it too. And if you like it, like, comment and subscribe to my channel.
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