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Mollik Juel
7 days ago
Open your eyes and look at me—
I am that martyr Abu Said.

I move forward, fall in the hail of bullets—
I am that martyr Abu Said.

Who are you, my brother, let me know.
Look beside you, I am that martyr Abu Said.

You will show—your rights, your demands.
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1 month ago
How to Access All These Places Near Badrinath

The distance from Delhi to Badrinath is approximately 552 km, which typically takes 13-14 hours to cover with essential stops along the way. The first major stop is Haridwar, where the yatra continues through the scenic hills. For convenience, you can book a 2-night Badrinath tour package with a rental car from Haridwar.

Badrinath Temple: Badrinath Temple is a prominent pilgrimage site and is easily accessible from cities like Rishikesh and Dehradun via taxis or buses.

Valley of Flowers: Located about 25 kilometers from Badrinath, the Valley of Flowers is reachable by road from Govindghat. From Govindghat, a trek of approximately 14 kilometers will lead you to this breathtaking natural wonder.

Mana Village: Just 3 kilometers from Badrinath, Mana Village can be visited via taxis or local buses. This picturesque village offers a quick and enjoyable journey.

Tapt Kund: Tapt Kund, a natural hot water spring located near the Badrinath Temple, is easily accessible by a short walk from the temple complex.

Neelkanth Peak: Visible from Badrinath, Neelkanth Peak requires a trekking expedition starting from Badrinath or nearby villages. Local guides are available to assist with the trek, ensuring a safe and memorable.

Travelers can choose transportation options based on convenience, budget, and time constraints to explore the renowned destinations in Badrinath. For group travel or family trips, renting a Tempo Traveller, personal taxi, or car rental service offers comfort and flexibility.


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Ankur Sharma
3 months ago
Best Cities to Visit in Rajasthan with Friends

Visiting Rajasthan with friends can be an amazing adventure, filled with vibrant culture, majestic forts, and delicious cuisine. Here are some of the best cities to explore in Rajasthan with friends. Each city has its own unique charm and attractions, making Rajasthan a perfect destination for a memorable trip. So plan your Trip to Rajasthan with our 𝐑𝐚𝐣𝐚𝐬𝐭𝐡𝐚𝐧 𝐓𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐏𝐚𝐜𝐤𝐚𝐠𝐞 and experience the beauty of this amazing state.

Jaipur: Visit the historic Amer Fort, wander through the bustling streets of the old city, shop for colourful textiles and handicrafts in local markets, and try delicious Rajasthani cuisine.

Udaipur: Visit the majestic City Palace, take a boat ride on Lake Pichola, explore the narrow lanes of the old city, and watch a traditional Rajasthani dance performance.

Jodhpur: Jodhpur is home to the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort, which offers breathtaking views of the city. Explore the bustling markets of the old city, try delicious street food, and soak in the vibrant atmosphere of this historic city.

Pushkar: Pushkar is famous for its sacred lake and vibrant culture. Visit the Brahma Temple, take a dip in the holy waters of Pushkar Lake, explore the colourful markets, and experience the unique atmosphere of the Pushkar Camel Fair if you are visiting in November.

Jaisalmer: Visit the imposing Jaisalmer Fort, take a camel safari into the Thar Desert, and spend a night under the stars at a desert camp.

Bikaner: It is famous for its delicious sweets and snacks, Bikaner is a vibrant city with a rich history. Visit the magnificent Junagarh Fort, and the colourful markets, and try local food like bhujia and rasgulla.

Ajmer: Home to the famous Ajmer Sharif Dargah, Ajmer is a sacred city revered by both Hindus and Muslims. Visit the dargah, Ana Sagar Lake, and take a day trip to the historic town of Pushkar.


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