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Ankur Singh

3 days ago

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OUR HERITAGE IS OUR GLORY..✌ Golconda Fort, also known as Golkonda (Telugu. "shepherds' hill") is a fortified citadel and an early capital city of the Qutb Shahi dynasty (c.1512–1687), located in #hyderabad , #telangana , #india . Because of the vicinity of diamond mines, especially Kollur Mine, Golconda flourished as a trade centre of large diamonds, known as the Golconda Diamonds. The region has produced some of the world's most famous diamonds, including the colourless Koh-i-Noor (now owned by the United Kingdom), the blue Hope (United States), the pink Daria-i-Noor (Iran), the white Regent (France), the Dresden Green (Germany), and the colourless Orlov (Russia), Nizam and Jacob (India), as well as the now lost diamonds Florentine Yellow, Akbar Shah and Great Mughal. #photooftheday #photographylovers #photography #telanganatourism #hyderabaddiaries #unseco #architecture #worldheritage #indianheritage #indianfort #travelling #diamonds #golcondafort #tourism #travelphotography #mobilephotography #mobile_photography

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Shaifaly Tyagi

6 days ago

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SHIVAM GOUR

1 month ago

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The Bhangarh Fort is located on the border of the Sariska Reserve in the Aravali range of hills in Alwar district[4] of Rajasthan.[5] The nearest village is Gola ka Baas.[6]The fort is situated at the foot of the hills on sloping terrain. The ruins of the king's palace are located on the lower slope of the hills; trees surround the pond area and a natural stream falls into the pond within the premises of the palace.[7] The fort is located 235 kilometers (146 mi) from Delhi and the approach to the entrance gate of the fort in the last 2 kilometers (1.2 mi) stretch of the road is unpaved.[5] The fort is 20 miles (32 km) from Thana Ghazi.[7] The nearest airport is Jaipur International Airport, which is 88.2 kilometers from the fort #bhangarh #rajasthan #alwar #bhangarhfort #alwarcity #alwarfort #alwarinsta #alwarthecityoflove #neemranafortpalace #diaries #tijarafortpalace #sariska #neemrana #tourism #alwarpet #thanagazi #bhiwadi #sariskanationalpark #neemranafort #tijara #sariskatigerreserve #bansur #neemranahotels #behror #bhangarhtrip #rj #alwarcityofloverj #alwartourismofficial #ahir #bhfyp

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SHIVAM GOUR

1 month ago

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SHIVAM GOUR

1 month ago

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The words 'Jal Mahal' mean ‘water palace' and the Jal Mahal Palace in Jaipur is just that. It was built in the 1750 by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Amber, right in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake. It is made of red sandstone. This is a splendid combination of the Rajput and Mughal styles of architecture. It is a five storey building, when the lake is full out of water its four storeys are dipped under water, and only the top floor is visible. #jaipur #rajasthan #india #pinkcity #jaipurdiaries #incredibleindia #pinkcityjaipur #jaipurcity #travelphotography #jaipurphotography #travel #photography #tourism #amerfort #rajasthantourism #nahargarhfort #jaipurite #hawamahaljaipur #jaipurpinkcity #photooftheday #citypalace #jaipurlove #jaipurblogger #jaipurtalks #jalmahal #jaipurcityblog #nahargarh #jaipurites #bhfyp

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SHIVAM GOUR

1 month ago

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Interesting Facts About Hawa Mahal in Jaipur 1. Shaped like a Crown Hawa Mahal is built in the shape of a crown, it looks like Lord Krishna's crown. Sawai Pratap Singh was believed to be a great devotee of Lord Krishna. His passion became the reason behind this design. 2. Named after Hawa Mandir Hawa Mahal got the name from its 5th floor, which was called as Hawa Mandir. The palace with all its grandeur stands in the city and is one of the must-visit places in Jaipur. 3.No Stairs to Reach the Upper Floors Hawal Mahal has 5 floors and there are no stairs to climb, instead there are only ramps to reach the top floors. #hawamahal #jaipur #rajasthan #india #pinkcity #jaipurdiaries #incredibleindia #pinkcityjaipur #jaipurcity #travelphotography #jaipurphotography #travel #photography #tourism #amerfort #rajasthantourism #nahargarhfort #jaipurite #hawamahaljaipur #jaipurpinkcity #photooftheday #citypalace #jaipurlove #jaipurblogger #jaipurtalks #jalmahal #jaipurcityblog #nahargarh #jaipurites #bhfyp

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Travelling is like food for your soul. It makes you understand the world in a very different manner. One such place which changed my perspective was Haldighati. You will find yourself in a completely new place, the roads, the yellow soil around you, the history, Chetak smarak and the condition of such an important place, made me realize that we don't appreciate what we have, we just look outward than inward. Make sure you go to this amazing place if you ever make a trip to Rajasthan and play your part in making it the best tourist spot in Rajasthan. Padharo Mhare Des #rajasthan #Tourism #History #realgem

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Aahana Patole

1 month ago

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The crystal clear, meandering streams and tall Saal trees, the whistles of wind which passed from the hollows of the trees and the rustling leaves compose a rhythm followed by the sweet sweet songs of the birds around, here in Kanha. A barely known place a semisesquicentennial ago, rose to fame as roars echoed far and wide on the routes once governed by the Gonds in the 18th Century and breathtaking zones which please you infinitely, but satisfy you never. Like love and intimacy, it keeps you wanting for some more. When it was declared as a wildlife sanctuary in 1933, strict measures weren’t made which allowed periodic shooting of deer and tigers. Which resulted in the species to dwindle and fade. The last tigers were shot by the king of Vijayanagaram. 25-30 tigris tigris all dead, all without heart beats. From 1955 ,when Kanha was declared as a national park, to 1975; efforts were made for conservation. Schallar influenced many by his excellent piece of work, ‘the Deer and the Tiger’ which was published in 1967 which consists of all the research he had done from 1963 to 1965. In 1989, Kanha was declared as a Tiger reserve which became central India's largest tiger reserve and every wildlifer’s greatest experience ever. The stories of this heavenly place, tiger dynasties and legendary Munna are studded in a nature lover’s heart and mind leaving their soul in the tiger kingdom which was originally a part of Gondwanas. This is Dhawajhandi's cub from 2018. #Travel #Wildlife #Photography #Tourism #Wildlifephotography #Camera @creatorshala

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