Parasailing Shots over South Goa

Goa offers parasailing on several beaches where you can enjoy the activity. Take proper precautions in order to ensure safety. Parasailing or para-ascending is an entertaining water sport with two significant instruments- parachute and speedboat. This sport is most prominent in the land of fabulous beaches, Goa. This sport is safe to indulge in, and also it happens to be a maintained beach activity.

Kabir Vad, Bharuch

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Kabirwad is a famous place situated on an island in the middle of the river Narmada.It can be reached by boats which operate to and from the Shuklatirth Shiva temple. It is an incredible grove of a Banyan tree which has grown over the years and now occupies an area of almost 3 kms. The place is named after the famous Saint Kabir who lived here for many years. It also has an imposing Kabir Temple where visitors & worshippers come to pray. Thus people visit Kabirwad not just for historical reason but also to enjoy the solitude and sanctity offered by this huge Banyan Tree.

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God is Good !

All is well and everybody will recover soon. Thousands of people are recovering everyday. God is going to shower his blessings on everyone. People from all spheres are coming together and creating positivity.

We have to spread the positive word all around and pray for strength and peace for health and fitness of entire humanity.
The religious texts say that we shall certainly be blessed with what we desire if there is 100 percent faith and trust. Let us all create positive waves and pray for welfare, health, tranquility and strength so that the supreme power quickly generates a positive and healthy wave for mankind.

SPREAD POSITIVE WORDS AND PRAY FOR EVERYONE. WE SHALL OVERCOME.

Urban Safari

The Tulip is, among flowers, what the Peacock is among birds. A Tulip lacks scent, a Peacock has an unpleasant voice. The one takes pride in its garb, the other in its tail.

Wet Land : Najafgarh Jheel

Wet Land : Gujarat

Ranthambore : Rajasthan

Tomb of Bijri Khan : Photo Essay

The tomb dates to Lodhi era and almost certainly belonged to a Lodhi noble who may not have played any significant role in shaping Delhi. The Tomb stands on a raised platform and the structure is crowned with a high dome.

However as per Archaeological  department no information is available on Bijri Khan.

Location : 969, Sri Venkateshwara Mandir Marg, Sector 2, Rama Krishna Puram, New Delhi, Delhi 110022