Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple or Meenakshi Amman Temple is situated in the heavenly city of Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. It is committed to Lord Shiva (as Sundareswarar or Beautiful Lord) and his associate, Goddess Parvati (as Meenakshi ). The intricate houses 14 glorious Gopurams or towers including two brilliant Gopurams for the fundamental divinities that are extravagantly molded and painted.


The Pandya lord of Madurai was childless and the divine beings favored him with a little girl who was conceived from a pit of flame. She had three bosoms, and it was anticipated that the additional bosom would vanish that day when she met man deserving of being her significant other. She was brought as up in the regal expressions and sciences, and she succeeded her dad and afterward chose to go on the success of the world.  Where she met to Lord Shiva saw into their eyes then, Meenakshi acknowledged that she was Parvati reborn. Her additional bosom vanished, and she took the recluse god, presently named Sundareshwara, which means excellent ruler, to her city of Madurai to be her better half and associate.

The present sanctuary standing today was worked in the seventeenth century A.D. by the Nayak rulers. The sanctuary is a sublime case of model and wonderful design. This intriguing sanctuary was redesigned by different rulers, including snaked passageways and overwhelming models. As per the legend of this sanctuary, the marriage of the goddess Meenakshi to Shiva really occurred in Madurai is still commended each late spring with extraordinary energy and joy.

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  1. Symbol of Love

    Taj Mahal is the most wonderful image of adoration. It was a commitment of a troubled head Shah Jahan to his dearest spouse Mumtaz Mahal, who passed on in 1631 while bringing forth their fourteenth kid.


  2. There is a little opening on the roof of the fundamental corridor oppositely over the gravestone of Mumtaz Mahal.

    As indicated by stories it is crafted by a craftsman who chose to undermine Shah Jahan’s long for making a magnum opus after he came to think about his choice to cut away all the craftsman’s arms. So the TAJ isn’t as immaculate as we might want to figure it may be.


  3. The inside of Taj is equipped for blinding any troll with its fabulous decorate work.

    28 sorts of uncommon, semi-valuable, and valuable stones were utilized for trim work in the Taj Mahal. They were sourced from Sri Lanka, Tibet, China and obviously a few places in India. During an English guideline, the landmark was abused a few time on account of these stones, and it was uniquely in the late nineteenth century that reclamation work was dominated.


  4. The wellsprings have an extraordinary element to guarantee uniform water weight in the wellsprings.

    To guarantee uniform and undiminished water weight in the wellsprings, the wellspring funnels were not associated legitimately with the copper channels nourishing them. Rather a copper pot was given under every wellspring channel with the goal that the water first fills the pot and after that lone ascents in the meantime in the wellsprings. The weight in the pots is kept up thus in the wellsprings.

  5. Shah Jahan wanted to make another Taj Mahal, a dark Taj Mahal.

    Shah Jahan is generally accepted that he wanted a tomb for himself just like that of the one he had worked in memory of his significant other, Mumtaz Mahal. The works of the European voyager, Tavernier notice that Shah Jahan started to construct his own tomb on the opposite side of the waterway yet couldn’t finish it as he was dismissed by his own child Aurangzeb.

  6. The Taj changes colors depending on the light.

    The Taj Mahal mirrors the bay window, and it gets bright and dynamic during the day; At morning some pinkish show-up, white around early afternoon, brilliant at nightfall and a dazzling silver in the evening glow. The changing of hues speaks to the temperaments of a lady, for this situation, Mumtaz Mahal.

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Jodhpur is the second-biggest city in the Indian province of Rajasthan and authoritatively the second metropolitan city of the state. Jodhpur was truly the capital of the Kingdom of Marwar, which is currently part of Rajasthan. Jodhpur is a prevalent visitor goal, highlighting numerous royal residences, posts and sanctuaries, set in the unmistakable scene of the Thar Desert. It is prominently known as Blue city and Sun city among individuals of Rajasthan and all over India.

The old city circles the fortress and is limited by a divider with a few doors. In any case, the city has extended enormously outside the divider in the course of recent decades. Jodhpur lies close to the geographic focus of the Rajasthan state, which makes it an advantageous base for movement in a locale much frequented by travelers.

The city is likewise home to a few educational centers and organizations, the most famous being AIIMS Jodhpur, IIT Jodhpur,NLU Jodhpur,NIFT Jodhpur. Many research foundations like ISRO, DRDO, CAZARI, AAFRI, DMRC are likewise situated in the city.


Facts About this city

  1. History behind blue colour of this city – The blue shading has been related with Lord Shiva and there were a great deal of the supporters of Shiva in Jodhpur that believe blue shading to be holy. One hypothesis states, generally blue connoted the home of a Brahmin yet over the time non-Brahmins got in on the demonstration as well. Accordingly, the city of Jodhpur is washed in blue at this point.
  2. Fact about a man buried alive on the foundation of the Mehrangarh Fort – The very foundation of the Mehrangarh was set down on the slope known as Bhaurcheeria (the heap of flying creatures). A recluse called Cheeria Nathji, the ruler of feathered creatures was the sole inhabitant of the slope. When he was compelled to move, the loner reviled Rao Jodha that his bastion would endure a shortage of water. To assuage the recluse Rao Jodha constructed him a house and a sanctuary in the fortification yet even today the territory is tormented by a dry spell each 3-4 years. To guarantee the site stays favorable, Jodha covered a man called ‘Raja Ram Meghwal’ alive in the establishments. ‘Raja Ram Meghwal’ was guaranteed that his family would be cared for as an end-result of his penance. Right up ’til the present time his relatives still live in Raj Bagh, ‘Raja Ram Meghwal’s’ Garden, a domain handed down them by Jodha.
  3. Orignation of several famous rajasthani dishes – By what method can an outing to Rajasthan be finished without enjoying its delectable and lip-smacking nearby dishes? Jodhpur has been the root of a few nearby dishes of the state. The rundown incorporates mirchi vada, mawa ki kachori, dal bati churma, bajre ka sagra, atte ka halwa and gatte ki sabzi. It is additionally known for creating a few heavenly treats, for example, malpua, besan ki barfi and ghevar. In this way, every single foodie out there, add Jodhpur to your pail list now. It is none not as much as paradise for you all.
  4. Has a History Older than Ramayanas (Hindu Mythology) – By and large, it is known that Jodhpur was established in the late fifteenth century by a Rajput boss, Rao Jodha, who was likewise the originator of the Marwar locale. Be that as it may, it is positively false. According to antiquated Hindu writings, it is said that the settlement of Jodhpur goes back to a large number of years when the area was occupied by the Ahirs. Subsequently, it wouldn’t not be right to state that Jodhpur is one of the most seasoned living spots in Rajasthan.
  5. Has one of the most expensive hotels in the world – Situated in Jodhpur, Umaid Bhawan Palace is one of the biggest and most costly legacy lodgings on the planet. As of late, it has been casted a ballot as the world’s best inn. From every cutting edge courtesy to a paradisal air, this structurally manufactured royal residence gives its guests everything. It was worked in the year 1943 and is additionally the private habitation of the regal group of Jodhpur. All in all, what do you make of visiting this wondrous magnificence and encountering sovereignty inside its limits?

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Khajuraho is a standout amongst the most well-known places of interest in Madhya Pradesh. It is celebrated for its antiquated sanctuaries that delineate probably the best craftsmanship on the planet.

Worked between 950-1050 AD by the Chandela Dynasty, these sanctuaries delineate different structures like reflection, otherworldly lessons, family relationships, wrestling, sovereignty and most fundamentally, sensual craftsmanship. The sanctuaries comprise of dazzling showcases of fine models and extraordinary design aptitude, making them one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India.

In view of their land area, the sanctuaries are ordered into three gatherings: Eastern, Western and Southern. Lovely, mind-boggling and expressive, the models of the Khajuraho sanctuaries will drop you in stunningness and marvel.


The story behind this name

As indicated by nearby legends, there is a fascinating story of how and why the sanctuaries are called ‘Khajuraho’. The Chandela rulers, who started developing the sanctuaries, got the whole zone encased by a divider. The divider had around eight doors which were basically utilized for passage or exit. It is said that each entryway was flanked on either side by date and palm trees. The name was gotten from these very trees and the sanctuaries were classified “Khajura-vahika”. In the Hindi language, ‘Khajura’ signifies ‘Date Palm’ and ‘Vahika’ signifies ‘Bearing’. The Date Palm tree is found in plenitude in this area.




The sanctuary site is inside Vindhya mountain extend in focal India. An antiquated nearby legend held that Hindu god Shiva and different divine beings delighted in visiting the emotional slope development in Kalinjar territory. The focal point of this area is Khajuraho, set middle nearby slopes and streams. The sanctuary complex mirrors the old Hindu custom of structure sanctuaries where divine beings love to supplicate.

The sanctuaries are bunched close water, another run of the mill highlight of Hindu sanctuaries. The momentum water bodies incorporate Sib Sagar, Khajur Sagar (additionally called Ninora Tal) and Khudar Nadi (stream). Nearby legends express that the sanctuary complex had 64 water bodies, of which 56 have been physically distinguished by archeologists up until this point.



Khajuraho sanctuaries, as practically all Hindu sanctuary plans, pursue a matrix geometrical structure called vastu-purusha-mandala. This structure plan has three significant segments – Mandala implies circle, Purusha is all inclusive substance at the center of Hindu convention, while Vastu implies the abode structure.

The plan spreads out a Hindu sanctuary in a symmetrical, concentrically layered, self-rehashing structure around the center of the sanctuary called garbhagriya, where the conceptual standard Purusha and the essential divinity of the sanctuary stay. The shikhara, or tower, of the sanctuary transcends the garbhagriya. This symmetry and structure in the configuration are gotten from focal convictions, fantasies, cardinality, and numerical standards.

The hover of mandala outline the square. The square is viewed as heavenly for its flawlessness and as an emblematic result of information and human idea, while circle is viewed as natural, human and saw in regular day to day existence (moon, sun, skyline, water drop, rainbow). Every help the other. The square is isolated into impeccable 64 sub-squares called padas.


Best Time to Visit

This destination can be visited throughout the year, but it’s best to visit in the months of September to February.


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Gurushikhar holds the respect of being the most noteworthy pinnacle of Mount Abu as well as the entire of Aravali mountain extend, Situated at a stature of 1722 meters from the ocean level, Gurushikar gives an amazing all-encompassing perspective on Mount Abu town and green Aravali go.

On the off chance that you are going through the wonderful Mount Abu district in Rajasthan, you ought to guarantee that you visit Guru Shikhar for postcard picture quality perspectives on the town of Mount Abu and the Aravali Range, Guru Shikhar is likewise home to numerous lovely and noteworthy sanctuaries.

Going to the pinnacle of Guru Shikhar, you should ensure that you visit the sanctuary of Guru Dattatreya. Numerous Hindus in the Western Indian locales trusted that Dattatreya is a God. They trust that Dattatreya is a manifestation of the Divine Trinity Brahma, Vishnu, and Siva. The word Datta signifies “Given,” Datta is called so in light of the fact that the heavenly trinity has “given” themselves as a child to the savvy couple Atri and Anasuya. He is the child of Atri, subsequently the name “Atreya.” Nearby is a notable ringer which was recorded with 1488 V.S (1411AD.) Unfortunately, the old chime has broken down and must be supplanted by another one.



In this legendary history, the name of goddess Anusuya and her significant other, Atri, is essentially recorded as spouse and husband. It involves time that Mother Anasuya Trideva ended up ingested in the strictest steadiness for acquiring a child like Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh, which made Saraswati, Lakshmi and Parvati feel uneasy, the spouse goddesses of the three Gods.

The three said to their spouses that they ought to go to the general population and go there and take the examination of Goddess Anusuya. At the command of Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh Sannyasis, the general population of the earth went to step through an examination of the parsimonious Goddess Anusuya. Attempted to go close to the sannyasi, Tridev requested that he ask, yet he had a condition as well.

To take the examination of the support of Anusuya, Tridev revealed to them that he had come to request donations however he ought not to go asking in his ordinary structure but rather the naked territory of Anusuya. Artha Devi Anusuya will almost certainly give them a charity just when she is stripped before Tridev Please tune in to this. In the wake of tuning in to this story, the trained initially begun vacillating however after a smidgen of practicing, Defining water poured on three priests.

At the point when the water sprinkled, Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh all changed into a newborn child structure. In the wake of taking the child structure, Anusuya breastfed them as a poor person. At the point when Anushuya’s better half Atri returned home, Anusuya considered them the mystery of three youngsters. Atri had just observed the whole advancement with his perfect vision. Atri grasped the three kids and with their capacity, they changed over three kids into one tyke, with three heads and six hands.

Because of Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh’s not coming back to paradise, his spouses wound up stressed and came to Goddess Aasuya himself. Saraswati, Lakshmi, Parvati encouraged them to give back their individual spouses. Anusuya and her significant other acknowledged the proposal of the three women and Tridev came into their genuine structure. Subsequent to being satisfied and inspired by Anusuya and Atri, Tridev gave them Dattatreya’s child as a blessing, which was the encapsulation of these three divine beings. Dattatreya’s body was one yet he had three heads and six arms. Dattatreya, specifically, is viewed as the manifestation of Vishnu.

Dattatreya’s other two siblings were Chandra Deva and Rishi Durvasha. Brahma and Rishi Durvasha are viewed as the type of Shiva to the Moon.

On the day Dattatreya was conceived, individuals of Hindu religion praise that day as Dattatreya Jayanti.

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Munnar ascends as three mountain streams combine – Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundala. 1,600 m above ocean level, this slope station was before the mid-year resort of the recent British Government in South India. Rambling tea estates, beautiful towns, winding paths, and occasion offices make this a prevalent hotel town. Among the intriguing greenery found in the backwoods and fields here is the Neelakurinji. This blossom which washes the slopes in blue once in like clockwork will sprout next in 2018. Munnar likewise has the most astounding top in South India, Anamudi, which towers more than 2,695 m. Anamudi is a perfect spot for trekking.

Set at a height of 6000 ft in Idukki locale, Munnar was the favored summer resort of the past British rulers in the pilgrim days. The unending breadth of tea estates ­ flawless valleys and mountains­ fascinating types of vegetation in its wild asylums and backwoods ­ smell of zest scented cool air ­ yes! This excellent goal has all these and the sky is the limit from there. It’s the spot you would love to visit ­ it’s the spot you would wish never to leave.


Munnar is such a lovely spot in Kerala, which can’t be depicted in a solitary canvas. Everything and anything here will make us energized. The slopes, the fog, the valleys, the streams, the cascades, tea estates, uncommon vegetation, and fauna… It is an excellent tea town in Idukki area of Kerala effectively open from Kochi and Coimbatore. The flawless slope station is preferably put in the South Western Ghats of India. With a region of around 557 sq km, Munnar in Devikulam Taluk is the biggest panchayat in Kerala.


The Munnar history started in the ancient, so demonstrate the relics found around the territory purpose of Stone Age development. A British legal advisor and tea grower rented near 600 sq. km of land around Munnar, which was then secured with thick wilderness, from the Poonjar boss, a subordinate of the Maharaja of Travancore. He at that point cleared the wilderness for Tea estates. At that point in 1983, James Finlay Group sold its residual offer possessions and the organization wound up known as Tata Tea Ltd., the biggest coordinated tea organization on the planet. This land was later known as Kanan Devan (Kannan Thevar) Concession Land. Later in 1895, Messrs Finlay Muir and Company purchased Munro’s territory and in 1976 Tata-Finlay Ltd. bought it.

One of the principal attractions of Munnar Neelakurinji (Strobilanthes kunthiana) is a bush that used to develop plentifully in the shola prairies of the Western Ghats in India. The Nilgiris, which actually implies the blue mountains, got its name from the purplish-blue blooms of Neelakurinji that blooms gregariously once in 12 years. What’s more, another fascination in Munnar is The Nilgiri Tahr. The Nilgiri Tahrs are stocky goats, The western Ghats keep running along the West shoreline of South India.


The locale in and around Munnar changes in the range from 2,000 meters (6,562 ft) to 2,600 meters (8,530 ft) above mean ocean level.


The temperature runs between 10 C (50 F) and 0 C (32 F) in winter and 8 C (46.4 F) and 16 C (60.8 F) in summer.


You can get an assortment of veggie lover and non-vegan Indian, Chinese and mainland sustenance on moderate cost through financial and official inns and cafés.


Munnar having a decent scope of resorts, lodges, homestays and treetop cabins for the efficient and official style of remain.



To every single real spot like Cochin, Kottayam, Trivandrum, Madurai, Coimbatore-Munnar associated with a number of private, KSRTS, TNSTC transports. Taxi autos and Auto-rickshaws effectively accessible at Munnar fort, dropping and for sightseeing. You can likewise get bike for lease at DTPC Information focus Old Munnar.


The best things you can buy in Munnar are tea, flavors, and strawberries.

Time to visit

You can visit Munnar consistently. In any case, best time to visit August to May. The climate is incredibly cold amid winter (November, December, and January). Take additional woolen articles of clothing amid overwhelming winter season.

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Shekhawati is a state of Rajasthan established first in 1445 AD. Located in northern Rajasthan
Shekhawati was flourished with traders in 17 th to 19 th century as it was the town came on the route
from China and North East India to the Western Ports of India which was a gateway to Europe.

Shekhawati people were wealthy merchants and they built lots of lavish Havelis decorated with
inside and outside Murals and Frescoes Paintings. All of these paintings were done by hands and are
lasting from centuries. These paintings were done mostly by using vegetable colours and real silver and gold. One can easily add up a tour to Shekhawati on their tour of India or more precisely tour of Rajasthan. Shekhawati is easily accessible from New Delhi or Jaipur by road or rail. The closest airport is Jaipur International airport which is around 182 K.M from Mandawa (a town of Shekhawati Region).
Famous locations to visit in Shekhawati Region are Ramgarh Shekhawati, Mandawa, Nawalgarh and
Laxmangarh. These towns are full of Havelis with mural and frescoes paintings and beautiful Havelis.


Visiting these places on your tour of India also gives you a good chance to observe the everyday life of rural Rajasthan and to try their local delicacies.
There are many hotels to choose for staying in Shekhawati ranging from luxury Mandawa Castle in Mandawa to a budget but more authentic Narayan Niwas Castle in Ramgarh Shekhawati. One visiting should consider the road conditions of rural Shekhawati as the roads interconnecting the small towns or villages are not so great. Other than this the people are friendly and welcoming and are highly inevitable to the foreign tourists.
The best month to visit this region is winter i.e between October to March.

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I have visited Jaipur 2 days ago with my local friend Mr Narji. Mr Narji is an experienced tour escort working in the Indian tourism industry from last 16 years. He shared local perspective and knowledge of Jaipur with me (thank full to him which I wouldn’t be able to know otherwise). Other than that he had been a wonderful host too. The restaurants that he has shown me to suggest to our future guests on their trip to India and local everyday life of flower and vegetable market of Jaipur and out of that the most influenced one was a night tour of Amber fort. During my last one year‘s work with Kiwi n Tiger and on all of my tours of India; I have only visited Amber fort during the mornings. The main reason was the elephant ride up to the Amber Fort. But visiting Amber Fort at night was a real eye-opener and here are the 5 big reasons for that –

Amber Fort
1.No crowd at all – Visiting Amber fort or Amer town at night while you are on your trip of Rajasthan is a lot more convenient compared to the day. The reason is fewer tourists which leave the fort all to you. I don’t know if most of the tourists’ companies don’t know about it or doesn’t want to know about it but none of them is bringing their guests to Amer at night and this is proving in lot more fewer tourists traffic and definitely gone give you much better and personalized experience for your fort visit.

Amber Fort


2. Fort Lights – Amber fort lights up in beautiful multi-colour lights which gives it an exceptional look. As on your 15 days luxury tour of India, you are going to visit Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur during the day time so it’s definitely worth to experience a fort at Night.


Amber Fort

3.Cheap Tickets – Ticket for foreign tourists is a lot more cheaply during the night than day i.e. INR 100 for night visit and INR 500 for a day visit.


Amber Fort


4. Pleasant weather– As you know that Amber Fort is situated on a hill, so it’s a lot more pleasant to visit the fort during the night comparative to the day especially during your summers tour of India. Also, the night view of Amer town from the fort also adds up to the experience.


Amber Fort
5.No Hawkers – Amber Fort is deluge with illegal hawkers and photographers during the day. But that’s the case with Amber Fort only and not with any other Fort in Rajasthan. It’s very unfortunate to say that this can spoil your experience of the Fort as they can be quite pushy with their sales and distractive. Visiting Amber Fort in Night time can definitely help you to get rid of them.

Best time of the day to Visit Amber Fort – 6.30 to 7 PM.

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Ranthambore National Park is situated at a separation of 158 km from Jaipur in the Sawai Madhopur region of Southeastern Rajasthan. It covers a region of around 392 sq km, encompassed by different havens like Mansingh Sanctuary and Kaila Devi Sanctuary. It is the greatest National Park in Northern India and one among the best Wildlife places of interest of India.

With its rich widely varied vegetation, different types of creatures and varieties of colourful birds and one of a kind wild can be considered as a treat for some untamed life loving and picture takers. It is known to be the best tiger spotting area of India as the recreation centre is significantly possessed by the royal striped predators.

Kinds of Safaris – There are two methods of safari, an open jeep is 6 seater and lope is 20 seater. Pick one according to your benefit and spending plan. Both the safaris have their very own points of interest and drawbacks.

Zones – There are 10 zones in the national park. The zones from 1-5 have reasonable odds of spotting creatures because of the essence of more water bodies during the zones while zones from 6 to 10 have less shots. In this way, while booking attempt to get passage during the zones 1-5 for better perceivability of untamed life.

Best Time to visit the wildlife safari – The safari is shut for a quarter of a year from July to September amid the rainstorm. For the remainder of the months, the safari is permitted. The best time is summers when there are more opportunities to spot creatures as they can be spotted close to the water bodies effectively.

Consistently, safari is sorted out two times per day in the first part of the day and evening. The safari goes on for 3-4 hours. The timings are different for summers and winters.

Booking Safari at Ranthambore Park isn’t that advantageous as it looks while finding out about it. Since the visitor traffic to the national park expanded amid the long stretches of October to March, everybody needs to be the fortifications one to connect and make the greatest usage out of the trek. Because of this flooding number of vacationer, it winds up hard to get the set up for the ideal dates in addition to you will finish up with cranky face after quite a while battle in remaining to the line battling for the ticket.

Without a doubt, the national park merit this quite a bit of consideration as it is the main national park in India with the most noteworthy number of tiger populace. Be that as it may, getting the ideal date is similarly critical to coordinate off with your visit plan.

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The Great Himalayas have dependably had a touch persona to them. Standing tall and great, with snow-topped mountain crests, valleys, icy masses, streams, and changed and rich vegetation, this mountain go is an image of excellence.

It is this spiritualist excellence of the Indian Himalayas that has pulled in individuals from over the globe(including a portion of the world’s most prominent hikers) to encounter and investigate this regular magnum opus.

The grand Himalayas own a sensational expression on the geography of the Earth. A captivating endowment of Mother Nature, this mountain framework isn’t only a prominent occasion goal, yet in addition a money box of unexplored territories hanging tight to be found by bold mountain climbers.

On the off chance that scaling statures is your blood, you should set out toward the last boondocks of tallness on planet Earth – the Himalayas. Glorious and scaring, the Himalayas that perpetually remain hung in snow have captivated the people of yore and the advanced men alike. They have been, after some time, implanted in religions and societies like no other mountain run in this world. They are epic and puzzling, they are unforgiving and unblemished, they are youthful and dynamic. Give us today a chance to learn 40 fascinating Himalayas certainties and endeavour to comprehend these glorious mountains more in subtleties.

  1. The Himalayas are itself a range and not a mountain and are the youngest range in the world.
  2. The range of Himalayas is very geographically active which means that within 10 million years the continents of India will move approximately 1500 km further into the continent of Asia and will tear apart in the next billion years.
  3. The northern range of these two parallel ranges is called Trans-Himalayas. The southern range runs 3 parallel ranges known as the Greater Himalayas, The lesser Himalayas and the foothills.
  4. These huge ranges serve as a natural barrier for India past historic times even during historic wars between India, China and Mongols.
  5. Tenzing Norway who was the first person to touch the highest peak of the Himalayas – Mount Everest, with Edmund Hillary has said to bury his daughters drawing pencils there.
  6. With the proven tests of many geologists, they have come to the conclusion that the Himalayas are very much alive and they move by 20mm per year every year.
  7. As these ranges are very active they are very much prone to landslides, earthquakes and tremors.
  8. It is also somewhat believed that the origin of the Gobi and the Taklamakan deserts in Central Asia was due to the Himalayas.


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