Harne Beach


friends today we will see information about Harne Beach.

Famous for its fishes like juicy pomfrets, mackeral (bangda), king fish (surmai), crab, lobsters, all sizes of prawns and at least 20 other fish, the names of which seem to vary from one fisherwoman to the other! The moment the fish is brought ashore, the auctioneers get into the act. About 30 large lobsters are strewn on the sand and Chikate, clad in a smart.The beach extends from Murud to Karde for at least four kilometers with many small hotels dotting the entire stretch
The auction is not everything that Harne has to offer. The lighthouse and Harne fort are attractions. If you climb the hill leading to the lighthouse you are rewarded with a breath-taking view of Harne beach – the harbour dotted with fishing boats – the fishing village and the fort. Finally, there is the soothing sight of the setting sun.
How to get there
You can drive the approximately 200 km distance from Pune to Murud along the Pune-Bhor-Varand ghat-Poladpur (on the Mumbai-Goa highway) – Dapoli route. Murud village is about 10 kilometres from Dapoli.



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Baruva Beach


Baruva is a village and a beach resort located near Sompeta in Srikakulam district, Andhra Pradesh, India.

Baruva is located at 18.53N 84.35E. It has an average acme of 10 meters (36 feet).

It is one of the most erstwhile beaches in Andhra Pradesh. It was used as a seaport up to 1948. In July 1917 a ship carrying goods sank in the sea. To immortalize this sad incident a pillar was constructed. There are Durga Temple, Kotilingeswara Swamy Temple (It is said that 99,99,999 Lingas appeared here that why it is known as Kotilingeswara Swamy Temple) and Janardhana Swamy Temple are situated near the beach.River Mahendra Tanaya merges in Bay of Bengal at this place. There was a harbor at Baruva in the era of British colonial rule in India. The harbor is closed; but the old light house still exists here. Baruva railway station is located on Howrah-Chennai mainline. Passenger trains that run from Palasa towards Khurda Road station halt at Baruva station. Baruva is called as second Goa, in winter season the beach is busy with picnics


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Nagaon Beach


friends today we will see the Nagaon Beach.

Around seven km away from Alibag is the unparalleled Nagaon beach. It is renowned for coconuts and betel nuts. The visitors are attracted by the loving area of the surging Arabian Sea. The area is not only beguiling but also breathless. Beautiful and long stretch of calm water the beach is covered with suru trees.

The water levels are so low that one can safely walk around this beach. One unique thing about this beach is that the sand is black and hence the reflections are all dark! The day was cloudy and it was drizzling on and off. The calm sea gives one a feeling of peace and serenity.

A famous song ‘Sagar Kinare Dil Ye Pukare’ from the film Sagar was shot on this beach. The description in the song fits the beauty of the place. The place is famous for clean and tranquil beaches.



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Akshi Beach


Friends today we will see the information about Akshi Beach.

Akshi is an ever cat valium village. Just 5-6 Km away from Alibag ... Full of black cat. Generally not thronged.

You can travel by Alibag-Revdanda bus, eight sitter auto rickshaw or private vehicles to Akhshi. It takes approx.15 min. All houses in village are built in deep darkness of coconut, betel-nut trees.

Other important site will be an engraved inscription prepared by Raja Keshidevaray in the year 1012. There is another engraved inscription in the year 1012 prepared by Konkan Shiladar King Keshidevaray in Sanskrit and mix marathi language script. Also in this premises an engraved inscription prepared by Devgiri Yadav King Ramchandra in Sanskrit and mixed Marathi Language which was made in year 1291. An engraved inscription of Kashidevray is the first ever available an engraved inscription.



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Kalingapatnam Beach


Kalingapatnam Beach is among the most popular tourist destinations of Andhra Pradesh. It is located in Kalingapatnam of the Srikakulam District in Andhra Pradesh. A light house and the Buddhist Stupa are the main attraction of this beach. The scenic of the beach attracts many international as well as Indian tourists to this spot every year. The Kalingapatnam Beach was also an important sea port in the ancient times and was bought at by many European traders and merchants.

Many European merchants even resided here during the regime of the East India Company. Previously, ships from Malaysia and Singapore used to come here. Perfumes, textiles and other goods were exported from this port before it was closed during the British rule in India.

The Kalingapatnam Beach has been discerned by the State Government as an important site for promoting tourism in Andhra Pradesh. Thus many private entrepreneurs are being encouraged to invest here. Concessions and incentives have been announced for these entrepreneurs to encourage the development of beach resorts in Kalingapatnam Beach.

Since the roads here end in the bed of the sea shore so the Kalingapatnam Beach is also referred to as the Open Road Sea. This is the place where river Vamsadhara meets the Bay of Bengal. The view created by sand, sea and the sky is charming and beautiful.


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Visakhapatnam Beach


Dear Guys let us look at Visakhapatnam

The city was named after the god of 'Valor-Vishakha'. It was a part of the Kalinga Kingdom, under Ashoka's rule in 260 B.C. It passed on later to the Andhra Kings of 'Vengi'. After this Pallava, Chola and Ganga dynasties ruled the city. In the 15th century, Vishakhapatnam became a part of the Vijayanagar Empire.

Visakhapatnam became popularly known as Vizag and from a small fishing village it has germinated into a hustling port and also an important industrial and commercial city. Visakhapatnam is the site of the country's largest ship building yard. It is the headquarters of Eastern Naval Command and has important industries like Coromandel Fertilizers, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. and a gigantic Steel Plant

This port is well documented in the histories of colonial powers as well as in Indian historical records. This coast played a major role during the reign of the Asaf Jahis and the Golcondas.

Vishakhapatnam is built up along the coast of the Bay of Bengal, and is bounded and broken by the bold headland called the Dolphin's Nose (357m above the sea level). The city boasts of a beautiful beach with a long beach road ending at nearly Bheemunipatnam on the northern end. The surrounding area is dominated on the west by the well-forested Eastern Ghats and farther east is drained by numerous rivers, among them the Godavari and Indravati.

The city is also known as "Vizag" and is surrounded by three hills, each of which has a shrine dedicated to a different religion - Venkateswara temple (also spelt as Venkateshwara) on Venkateswara Konda, Baba Ishaq Madina Dargah on Dargah Konda and Church of the Virgin Mary on Rose hill.

Hindustan Shipyard is the nation's biggest shipbuilding yard is situated at Gandhigram at Vizag. Caltex Oil Refinery 8 km away from Vishakhapatnam, the refinery is situated here on account of the advantageous position of the harbor. Simhachalam Hill Temple
About 20 km from the city is the famous Simhachalam hill temple of the 11th century, where the presiding deity Varaha Lakshminarasimha is always covered with sandalwood paste. The actual form of the idol is viewed only once in a year, during the Chandana Yatra. Bheemunipatnam This beautiful sandy beach is picturesquely situated at the confluence of Gosthani river into Bay of Bengal. It is one of the finest sea resorts of India and is well known as Bheemli.

Araku Valley The hill tribes in this region are best know for a unique dance-form called the Dimsa dance. Bora Caves Water drips onto a Shiv Lingam deep in the caves, and this drip is said to be the origin of the river Gosthani. The river that emanates from these caves, adds to the tranquillity of the spot.

Major Attractions of Vishakhapatnam

Kailasagiri
Kailasagiri is located on a hilltop and is a must to visiting place for all people visiting Vishakhapatnam. The charming hill on the seafront, affords a breath taking scenic view, especially towards Bheemunipatnam.


Rishikonda Beach
Just 8-km from Vishakhapatnam is the Rishikonda Beach, a golden, unspoilt beach, washed by the sun-warmed sea.

Ramakrishna BeachOne of the loveliest beaches on the East Coast, the Ramakrishna beach is a favorite resort for tourists visiting Vishakhapatnam.

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Murud - Janjira


Erst capital town of the Siddis of Janjira, Murud is today popular for its beguiling beach, coconut & betel palms, and an antediluvian fort. It’s famous for lonely fort along India's western coast that remained undefeated in spite of Maratha, Dutch and East India Company attacks. The word Janjira means an island. The word Murud means Habsan, or Abyssinian's land.

The name of the fort is a concatenation of the Konkani and Arabic words for Island,
"morod" and "jazeera". The word "morod" is peculiar to Konkani. In Goa, the word is generally used for those parts of the village which were originally dry land as against the fields, which were seasonally flooded. Thus, during the rains, the fields get flooded, but the morods never flood.

The State of
Murud-Janjira was known to the Maratha Empire as Habsan, the land of the Habshis. The Murud beach is very beauteous, clean and safe for swimming. Apart from the beach Murud is more famous for its proximity to Janjira at Rajapur.

You can reached there through Roha on Konkan Railway is the nearest railway station. Mumbai is 165 kms. by road.


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Dear Guys most enjoyable place for a family holidays & vacation.
Located about 14 km north of Alibaug and easily accessible from Mumbai
Approximately 120 km from Mumbai
Mandwa Beach and Kihim Beach are situated near Alibag, the beautiful hill station in Maharashtra.For the nature lover Kihim has a lot of offer
Mandwa is a small and quaint village and is known for its calm waters, and beautiful and quiet beach. it is a beautiful serene place on the hilltop. It is beautiful in the rainy season. Any body who wants to see the beauty of the rainy season must visit this place

Worth visiting is the Kolaba Fort, just a furlong away from the shore. 15 kms. from Alibag is Chaul, an historic place where one can spot Portuguese ruins, Buddhist caves, the Hamam Khana, a church, a temple and even a temple
One can enjoy the historical monuments of the different families. There is a Neel Kantha Palace there, which is a Shiva temple in typical Mugal Structure
Kihim Beach is also a heaven for bird lovers, as it serves as retreat to a wide variety of resident and migratory birds. Kolaba Fort, situated at a small distance from the beach, is worth having a look at. Mandva Beach of Maharashtra is as magnificent in its beauty as the Kihim Beach.


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Dear Guys the wonderful place & marvelous beach of Ganpatipule

Ganpatipule is in the Ratnagiri district.

Approximately 375 kms south of Mumbai, along the 'konkan' coast.

BY ROAD: Mumbai to Ganapatiphule via Mahad is 375 kms.
Pune to Ganapatiphule via satara is 331 kms.
Kohlapur to Ganapatiphule is 144 kms.

BY RAIL: The nearest railhead is ratnagiri 50 kms on the Konkan railway.

By AIR: The nearest airport is Ratnagiri, 50 kms away.

It is known for it's serene sedate beach. Unlike most beaches which are spoilt by tourist traffic, the Ganapatiphule beach is as natural and pristine as ever. Even today, the waters are blue and the sands, white.

Besides the beach Ganapatiphule is an important pilgrimage centre. The temple of the 'Swayambhu Ganapati' is known for its unique idol of Lord Ganapati and its glorious temple

The temple is 400 years old and is at the foot of a hillock. Most pilgrims believe in taking a 'pradakshina' around the hill instead of just the temple.



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Dahanu-Bordi Beach is located in Thane district of Maharashtra.

It accessible from Mumbai by rail and road. It is 145 km away from Mumbai. The nearest railhead is Dahanu road. It takes around three hours to reach Dahanu-Bordi from Mumbai.

The coastline of Dahanu-Bordi is around 17 km. It is small and quiet village side beach.
The main place of visit is Udwada – commonly known as the Mecca of Zoroastrians. This temple houses the sacred fire of the Zoroastrians and this fire has been kept alive and burning for more than thousands of years.
Dahanu-Bordi, with a beautiful seaside is situated in Thane district. The unique feature of Dahanu is the Chickoo fruit orchids spread over a large area.

The beach tourism is most popular tourism of Maharashtra. There so many big and small sea villages, that makes it extremely difficult for the people to decide where to go. Dahanu-Bordi is a seaside and beach resort.

The beach is safe and has no under currents. Bordi is famous for its boarding schools. Though, it can be visited at any time of the year, the summer is very hot and sensual.






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Location: Bassein

Distance: Bassein Beach is situated in Bassein, which is somewhere around 77 km from the Mumbai city of Maharshtra. About 10 kms. to the north-west lies Nalasopara village, the capital of the Konkan .Bassein Road, on Western Railway, is the nearest railhead. Bassein is 77 km along the Mumbai –Ahemdabad Highway

This beach serves one of the best choices to take some time off from the busy schedule to enjoy the happy moments of life.

Bassein used to be a place for ship-building in the beginning of the seventeenth century. it was here that the Marathas besieged the Portuguese in 1739

The beautiful fusion of natural beauty with historical and religious implication that Bassein town offers could never ever get complete without the excellent beach, which has been attracting tourists from far and wide.


The palm trees encircling the beach doubtlessly add to its scenic brilliance.

Many Buddhist relics were discovered here. Nalasopara is believed to have been Gautama Buddha's birthplace in a previous life.

About an hour by bus from Bassein station are the Vajreshwari temple and Akloli hot springs. Also easily accessible is Ganeshpuri with the Sadguru Nityanand Maharaj Samadhi Mandir, the Bhimeshwar temple and the other ashrams.


The beach has turned out to be one of the popular picnic spots for its residents.

So for enjoy you once visit to this beach.



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The Salar Jung Museum

NIGHT VIEW OF SALAR JUNG MUSEUM


Dear friends we will see the history of Salar Jung Museum.

The Salar Jung Museum is an art museum at Dar-Ul-Shifa, on the southern bank of the Musi river in the city of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. Salar Jung museum is the third largest museum in India housing the biggest one-man collections of antiques in the world.

This museum has the greatest collection of rare antiques and bric-a-bracs from all over the world. It is well known throughout India for its prized collections belonging to different civilizations dating back to the 1st century. Nawab Mir Yousuf Ali Khan Salar Jung III (1889-1949), former Prime Minister of the seventh Nizam of Hyderabad, spent a substantial amount of his income over 35 years to make this priceless collection, his life's passion. The collections left behind in his ancestral palace, 'Diwan Deodi' were formerly exhibited there as a private museum which was inaugurated by Jawaharlal Nehru in 1951. Later in 1968, the museum shifted to its present location at Afzalgunj and is administered by a Board of Trustees with the Governor of Andhra Pradesh as ex-officio chairperson under the Salar Jung Museum Act of 1961.


DAY VIEW OF SALAR JUNG MUSEUM
Every year a million visitors pay homage to this great repository of art and history. Legend has that the museum houses art collections of three generations of the Salar Jung family. One needs to devote an entire day for touring the museum itself.

Assemblage
The museum is dwelling to more than 43,000 art exhibits & 50,000 books collected from all over the world. Old timers believe that the present collection constitutes only half of the original art wealth amassed by Salar Jung III. His employees syphoned part of it, since Salar Jung was a bachelor and depended upon his staff to keep a watch. Some more art pieces were lost or stolen during the shifting of the museum from Dewan Devdi to the present site.




The magnificent expose reveals the art heritage of Middle East and Europe and includes Persian carpets, Chinese porcelain, Japanese lacquer ware, sculpture, invaluable collections of jade, bronzes, enamelware, paintings, wood and inlay work from Tibet, Nepal and Thailand , India, Asia, etc. There are Aurangzeb's sword, daggers belonging to empress Noor Jehan, emperors Jehangir and Shah Jehan, the turbans and chair of Tippu Sultan, furniture from Egypt, paintings etc. Among the sculptures stands out the world famous statue of Veiled Rebecca, her marvelous face hazily visible through; hold your breath, a marble but delicate blot out. The visitor may mistake it for a gorgeous woman draped in a wet garment. Equally captivating is a double-figure wood sculpture done by G.H. Benzoni, an Italian sculptor, in 1876. It stands before a mirror and shows the facade of a nonchalant Mephistopheles and the image of a demure Margaretta in the mirror.



Indian Art includes stone sculptures, bronze images, jade carvings, painted textiles, wood carvings, miniature paintings, modern art, ivory carvings, textiles, metal-ware, manuscript, arms & Armour etc. Middle Eastern Art contains the collection of carpets, paper (manuscripts), glass, metal-ware, furniture, lacquer etc. from Persia, Arabia, Syria, and Egypt. Collection of Far Eastern Art exhibit porcelain, bronze, enamel, lacquer ware, embroidery, painting, wood & inlay work from China, Japan, Tibet, Nepal and Thailand etc. Oil and watercolor paintings form an important part of the European Collection



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Tirupati at a Glance

Lord Venkateswara

Tirupati


TTD, or the home of the Lord Tirupati, is oubtless Hindu’s most visited holy place. Situated amidst lush greenery atop a hill urrounded by red rock, the temple which attracts the devout in lakhs everyday is dedicated to /lord Tirupati, Sri Venkateswara/ one of the incarnations of Vishnu. Visitors having faith & believes that if ask any wish that will be defiantly fulfilled by Lord Tirupati, for this visitors will cross thousand of kilometre across the world to rich the Tirumala the holly place of sir Venkateswara -the Incarnation of lord Vishnu.



Tirumala is one of the only some temples to allow

non-Hindus into the sanctum sanctorum. The temple houses a heavily festooned idol of Sri Venkateswara before whom one is allowed only a few moments before the next enclosure load of visitors is to be ushered in. In that time you’ll see the marvellously lavish vimana covered in gold and finely sculpted columns. The ‘Darshan’ is followed by a round of ‘Prasad’, food that has been blessed by the deity and should be received with both hands cupped, right palm above the left one.

Tirupati receives a record number of pilgrim’s everyday,more than any other holy city in the world. These record crowds fall over bigger records like more than 10-15 lakhs during the festivals and on weekends.

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KERALA BEACHES AT A GLANCE

Beaches are the most important tourist attraction in Kerala. There are many beaches which are beautiful. The long coastline lined with the swaying coconut trees and dotted with an occasional fishing hamlet is fast developing into one of the world's best string of beaches. Though substructure is yet to come up in many of the beaches, the vantages in those beaches are many, the most important being, less thronged.

Kovalam is a beautiful sea resort, the only one, in Kerala. This beautiful fishing village is situated 10 km from Thiruvananthapuram. Kovalam consists of three successive small crescent beaches; the southern most known as Lighthouse Beach, is where most of the visitors spend their time.
The beach is bordered with low cost lodging houses, and restaurants which offer adequate facilities, at affordable tariffs - ideal for a long stay. The light house on the promontory at the southern end of the beach, offers a prominent view across to the Vizhinjam mosque. Photography is prohibited here. The local fishermen crowd the middle beach in the daytime. Ashok Radisson resort, a five star hotel overlooks the beach. The third beach is situated to the north of Ashoka which has some fishing vessels.

Veli Beach Veli is an attractive beach resort on the coast 9 km from Thiruvananthapuram. Motor boats, paddle boats, rowing boats and ponies are available for hire. The ornamental park has several modern sculptures and there is also a playground for children. Buses go regularly from Veli to East Fort. Veli has a youth hostel offering dormitory style accommodation.
It has a lake where one can go boating and a small backwaters stretch with facilities for water skiing, diving and boating.

Kappad Beach 16 km away from Kozhikode (Calicut), the pleasant, calm beach, locally known as Kappakadavu, is constellated with rocks and caressed by friendly waves 
This is the historical beach where Vasco Da Gama landed on 27 May, 1498 with 170 men in three vessels - a site which found an event that changed the course of Indian history.

The landscape around the beach is very fascinating. as is the rest of Kerala. A towering lighthouse overlooks the beach.Alleppey Beach, Alleppey beach has a long stretch of shore that is laden by dense palm groves.

Shanmugham Beach
This is a popular city beach very near the Trivandrum airport. An indoor recreation club, children's traffic training park and a star shaped restaurant are some of the facilities at the beach.


Bekal Beach 
The old-fashioned little town of Kasargode, 153 km North of Kozhikode, near the Karnataka border, is principally a fishing village. This is one of the largest forts in Kerala and has been under the control of various powers including Vijayanagar, Tipu Sultan and the British. 
Flanked on both sides by long, ravishingly beautiful palm fringed beaches, the Bekal Fort stands proud on a promontory. The fort’s controlling position, with views across the bays to the North and the South are breath-taking.


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With the Arabian Sea in the west, the Western Ghats towering 500-2700 ms in the east and networked by 44 rivers, Kerala enjoys unique geographical features that have made it one of the most sought after tourist destinations in Asia. An equable climate. A long shoreline with serene beaches. Tranquil streches of emerald backwaters. Lush hill stations and exotic wildlife. Waterfalls. Sprawling plantations and paddy fields. Ayurvedic health holidays. Enchanting art forms. Magical festivals. Historic and cultural monuments. An exotic cuisine... All of which offer you a unique experience. And what's more, every one of these charming destinations is only a two hour drive from the other. A singular advantage no other destination offers.


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KERELA TOURMALINE


KERALA AT A GLANCE
Location
: Southwestern tip of India.

Area
: 38, 863 sq km.

Population
: 3,18,38,619

Capital
: Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)

Language
: Malayalam;English is widely spoken.

Religion
: Hinduism, Christianity, Islam

Time
: GMT +5:30

Currency
: Indian Rupee

Climate
: Tropical.

Summer
: February - May (24 - 330C)

Monsoon
: June - September (22 - 280C)

Winter
: October - January (22 - 320C)

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