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भारतीय कुम्हार.Amazing art talent of Indian Potter in Village.Awesome rural area of Rajasthan India
 
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pottery amazing videos of india. awesome art of potter. pottery in village. rural area of rajasthan india. amazing videos. amazing india. indian village. village life. amazing people. amazing world. amazing skills. potter. indian potter. kumhar. pottery. amazing video. amazing people. rural india. amazing talent. amazing things. rajasthan tourism. rajasthani video. awesome people. culture. historic. pot. pots. भारतीय कुम्हार.Amazing art talent of Indian Potter in Village. Awesome rural area of Rajasthan India. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pottery) Pottery is the ceramic material which makes up potterywares,[1] of which major types include earthenware, stoneware and porcelain. The place where such wares are made by a potter is also called a pottery (plural "potteries"). The definition of pottery used by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) is "all fired ceramic wares that contain clay when formed, except technical, structural, and refractory products."[2] Pottery is one of the oldest human inventions, originating before the Neolithic period, with ceramic objects like the Gravettian culture Venus of Dolní Věstonice figurine discovered in the Czech Republic date back to 29,000–25,000 BC,[3] and pottery vessels that were discovered in Jiangxi, China, which date back to 18,000 BC. Early Neolithic pottery have been found in places such as Jomon Japan (10,500 BC),[4] the Russian Far East (14,000 BC),[5] Sub-Saharan Africa and South America. Pottery is made by forming a ceramic (often clay) body into objects of a required shape and heating them to high temperatures in a kiln which removes all the water from the clay, which induces reactions that lead to permanent changes including increasing their strength and hardening and setting their shape. A clay body can be decorated before or after firing; however, prior to some shaping processes, clay must be prepared. Kneading helps to ensure an even moisture content throughout the body. Air trapped within the clay body needs to be removed. This is called de-airing and can be accomplished either by a machine called a vacuum pug or manually by wedging. Wedging can also help produce an even moisture content. Once a clay body has been kneaded and de-aired or wedged, it is shaped by a variety of techniques. After shaping, it is dried and then fired.
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Learn How to Use EZ Link Card in Singapore Bus. Public Transportation in Singapore
 
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EZ Link Card. EZ-Link Card singapore. how to use ez link card. singapore bus. singapore buses. singapore bus video. singapore buses video. singapore public transportation. Public Transportation in Singapore. SBS Transit. SMRT Buses. SMRT Bus. bus in singapore. buses in singapore. local travel in singapore. singapore tourist video. singapore tourism video. how to travel in singapore. travel by bus in singapore. travel by bus. bus. buses. advance bus. best bus. singapore. Singapore travel. local transportation. Learn How to Use EZ Link Card in Singapore Bus. Public Transportation in Singapore. Singapore's buses consist of single deck and double deck buses on routes operated by SBS Transit, SMRT Buses, Tower Transit Singapore and Go-Ahead Singapore, and articulated buses on routes operated exclusively by SMRT Buses. The EZ-Link card is a contactless smart card based on the Sony FeliCa smart card technology and used for the payment of public transportation fares in Singapore, with limited use in the small payments retail sector. Established in 2001, it was promoted as the means for speedier boarding times on buses. It had a monopoly on public transportation fare payments in Singapore until September 2009, when the NETS FlashPay card, which had a monopoly over Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) toll payments, entered the market for transportation payments (and vice versa). EZ-Link cards are sold, distributed and managed by EZ-Link Pte. Ltd., a subsidiary of Singapore's Land Transport Authority. In September 2009, the new CEPAS EZ-Link card replaced the original EZ-Link card. The card is commonly used in Singapore as a smartcard for paying transportation fees in the city-state's Mass Rapid Transit (MRT), Light Rail Transit (LRT) and public bus services. The card also serves as a supplementary identification and concession card for students in nationally recognised educational institutes, full-time national service personnel serving in the Singapore Armed Forces, Singapore Civil Defence Force and Singapore Police Force or senior citizens who are over sixty years old. The system has since been expanded, with EZ-Link cards being used for payments in Singapore branches of McDonald's. Some schools in Singapore have also started to adopt the EZ-Link card as a way to mark the attendance of students and to pay for food served within the school campus. The system is similar to the Octopus card in Hong Kong and Touch 'n Go in Malaysia. On 3 December 2005, EZ-Link Pte Ltd announced that it was working with NETS to create a new hybrid card which will have the functions of both the EZ-Link card and the CashCard. This card would make it possible for one card to be used for payment on land transport in Singapore — ERP, bus, MRT, stalls and library. Work on this card was expected to be completed in 2008,[3] and it is to replace the existing Ez-Link cards in 2009 as the existing EZ-Link cards are being phased-out. On 17 October 2007, StarHub and EZ-Link Pte Ltd declared the start of a 6-month trial on phones with an embedded EZ-Link card. Bus Transport forms a significant part of public transportation in Singapore, with over 3.9 million rides taken per day on average as of 2016.[1] There are more than 300 scheduled bus services, operated by SBS Transit, SMRT Buses and Tower Transit Singapore. The newest bus operator, Go-Ahead Singapore started operation from 4 September 2016.[2] There are also around 4,600 buses currently in operation.
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Hindi Song Main tenu samjhawan ki instrumental on Rajasthani Ravanahatha by local musician Artist
 
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hindi song mein tenu samjhawan ki instrumental on Rajasthani Ravanahatha by local musician Artist. bollywood song. ravan hatta musical instrument. street artist in rajasthan, india. rajasthani song. Main tenu samjhawan ki Na tere bina lagda jee Main tenu samjhawan ki Na tere bina lagda jee Tu ki jaane pyaar mera Main karoon intezar tera Tu dil tui-yon jaan meri Main tenu samjhava ki Na tere bina lagda jee Tu ki jaane pyaar mera Main karoon intezar tera Tu dil tui yon jaan meri Main tenu samjhawa ki Na tere bina lagda jee Mere dil ne chun laiyaa ne Tere dil diyaan raahan Tu jo mere naal tu rehta Turpe meriyaan saaha Jeena mera.. hoye Hun hai tera, ki main karaan Tu kar aitbaar mera Main karoon intezar tera Tu dil tui-yon jaan meri Main tenu samjhawan kee Na tere bina lagda jee (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ravanahatha) A ravanahatha (variant names: ravanhatta, rawanhattha, ravanastron, ravana hasta veena) is an ancient bowed, stringed instrument, used in India, Sri Lanka and surrounding areas. It has been suggested as an ancestor of the violin. The ravanahatha's sound box may be a gourd, a halved coconut shell or hollowed-out cylinder of wood, with a membrane of stretched goat or other hide. A neck of wood or bamboo is attached, carrying between one and four or more peg-tuned strings of gut, hair or steel, strung over a bridge. Some examples may have several sympathetic strings. The bow is usually of horsehair; examples vary in length. In modern times, the instrument has been revived by Sri Lankan composer and violinist Dinesh Subasinghe and used in several of his compositions, including Rawan Nada and the Buddhist oratorio Karuna Nadee.
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Hidimba Devi Temple HD Video,Manali.Himachal Pradesh Tourism Video,India.Hadimba Mandir
 
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hidimba devi temple manali. manali hadimba temple. hadimba temple manali. manali tourism video. himachal pradesh tourism video. hidimba. manali. manali temple. hadimba mandir manali. hadimba devi temple. hadimba devi temple manali. manali hadimba mandir. hidimba mandir manali. hidimba devi temple. hadimba temple. manali video. hadimba mandir. manali hidimba mandir. manali mandir. hidimba devi. hadimba devi. manali videos. hidimba mandir. Hidimba Devi Temple,Manali.Himachal Pradesh Tourism Video,India.Hadimba Mandir Full HD Video of Hidimba Devi Temple, Manali, Himachal pradesh, India. हिडिम्बा देवी मंदिर, मनाली, हिमाचल प्रदेश, भारत. Hidimbi Devi Temple, also known variously as the Hadimba Temple, is located in Manāli, a hill station in the State of Himāchal Pradesh in north India. It is an ancient cave temple dedicated to Hidimbi Devi, wife of Bhima, a figure in the Indian epic Mahābhārata. The temple is surrounded by a cedar forest at the foot of the Himālayas. The sanctuary is built over a huge rock jutting out of the ground which was worshiped as an image of the deity. The structure was built in 1553. The Hidimba Devi or Hidimbi Devi temple is built around a cave where Hidimba performed meditation. Hidimba was supposed to have lived there with her brother Hidimb, and not much is known about their parents. Born into a Rakshas family, Hidimba vowed to marry one who would defeat her brother Hidimb, who was supposed to be very brave and fearless. During the Pandava's exile, when they visited Manali; Bhima, one of the five Pandavas, killed Hidimb. Thereafter, Hidimba married Bhima and gave birth to their son Ghatotkacha. The Hidimba Devi Temple has intricately carved wooden doors and a 24 meters tall wooden "shikhar" or tower above the sanctuary.[2] The tower consists of three square roofs covered with timber tiles and a fourth brass cone-shaped roof at the top. The earth goddess Durga forms the theme of the main door carvings.[3] The temple base is made out of whitewashed, mud-covered stonework. An enormous rock occupies the inside of the temple, only a 7.5 cm (3 inch) tall brass image representing goddess Hidimba Devi. A rope hangs down in front of the rock,and according to a legend,in bygone days religious zealots would tie the hands of "sinners" by the rope and then swing them against the rock.[4] About seventy metres away from the temple, there is a shrine dedicated to Goddess Hidimba's son, Ghatotkacha, who was born after she married Bhima. The most surprising feature of the temple or what believers could call the most reassuring feature of the temple is the fact that inside the temple the imprint of the feet of the Goddess carved on a block of stone are worshipped and, when zooming into the area where the temple is located via Google Satellite, the imprint of a giant foot spanning across the valley in the area near the temple can be seen. The Indian epic Mahabharata narrates that the Pāndavas stayed in Himachal during their exile. In Manali, the strongest person there, named Hidimba and brother of Hidimdi, attacked them, and in the ensuing fight Bhima, strongest amongst the Pandavas, killed him. Bhima and Hidimba's sister, Hidimbi, then got married and had a son, Ghatotkacha, (who later proved to be a great warrior in the war against Kauravas). When Bhima and his brothers returned from exile, Hidimbi did not accompany him, but stayed back and did tapasyā (a combination of meditation, prayer, and penance) so as to eventually attain the status of a goddess. Manali is a hill station nestled in the mountains of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh near the northern end of the Kullu Valley, at an altitude of 2,050 m (6,726 ft) in the Beas River Valley. It is located in the Kullu district, about 270 km (168 mi) north of the state capital, Shimla. The small town, with a population of 8,096,[1] is the beginning of an ancient trade route to Ladakh and from there over the Karakoram Pass on to Yarkand and Khotan in the Tarim Basin. It is a popular tourist destination and serves as the gateway to Lahaul & Spiti district as well as Leh.
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Indian Circus Street Show.Circus Girl at Pushkar Fair,India.Indian Yoga Girl,Acrobatic Gymnastics
 
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circus. street show. acrobatics. indian street show. street show. circus, circus woman, circus woman acts, circus woman, circus strong woman, acrobatic girl, contortionist, snake woman, contortion, snake girl, khel, tamasha. flexible girl, got talent, gymnast, gymnastic, auditions, acro, acrobat, Indian dance, performance, world record, world top, circus, amazing, awesome, people are awesome, dancing, best dance, best contortionist, contortional. Circus Girl at Pushkar Camel Fair, Ajmer, Rajasthan, India Yoga, acrobatic gymnastics. व्यायाम Acrobatic gymnastics (previously called sport acrobatics) is a competitive gymnastic discipline where partnerships of gymnasts work together and perform figures consisting of acrobatic moves, dance and tumbling, set to music. There are three types of routines; a 'balance' routine where the focus is on strength, poise and flexibility; a 'dynamic' routine which includes throws, somersaults and catches, and (at FIG level 6 and above) a 'combined' routine which includes elements from both balance and dynamic. The sport is governed by the International Federation of Gymnastics (FIG). At international level, there are four FIG categories of competition defined by age; 11-16, 12-18, 13-19, and 15+ (Senior). Acrobatic gymnasts perform in pairs or groups and enter into and are judged at a specific level or age group category. In each partnership, the gymnasts' different sizes and abilities will be balanced to complement each other in order to carry out the complex moves. Some will mainly carry out supporting and pitching roles, and are known as bases. They are then balanced with smaller gymnasts who become the 'tops'. The different partnerships seen in competition are: women's pair (two females) men's pair (two males) mixed pair (a male base and a female top) women's group (three females) men's group (four males) In competition, partnerships perform a routine to music, that has usually been choreographed specifically for them. The gymnasts carry out their acrobatic moves and combine them with dance, all in time to and in keeping with the style of the music. Partnerships are judged on artistry, difficulty of skill and the execution of skills. The rules for the sport, known as the Code of Points, are governed by the Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique. These rules are subject to change every four years in line with the Olympic cycle, as in other disciplines of gymnastics. The Pushkar Fair (Pushkar Camel Fair) or locally Pushkar ka Mela is an annual five-day camel and livestock fair held in the town of Pushkar in the state of Rajasthan, India. It is one of the world's largest camel fairs. Apart from the buying and selling of livestock, it has become an important tourist attraction. Competitions such as the "matka phod", "longest moustache", and "bridal competition" are the main draws for this fair which attracts thousands of tourists.[1] In recent years the fair has also included an exhibition cricket match between the local Pushkar club and a team of random foreign tourists. The Imperial Gazetteer of India mentions an attendance of 100,000 pilgrims in early 1900s.[2] Thousands of people go to the banks of the Pushkar Lake where the fair takes place. Men buy and sell their livestock, which includes camels, cows, sheep and goats.[2] The women go to the stalls, full of bracelets, clothes, textiles and fabrics. A camel race starts off the festival, with music, songs and exhibitions to follow. Between these events, the most waited for is the test of how the camel is able to bring the items. In order to demonstrate, the men go up on the group of camels one after another. It is celebrated for five days from the Kartik ekadashi to Kartik Poornima, the full moon day (the 15th) of Kartik (October–November) in Hindu calendar. The full moon day is the main day and the day, according to legend, when the Hindu god Brahma sprung up the Pushkar Lake, thus numerous people swim in its sacred waters.
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Indian Village Food Cooking.Roti,Chapati | Rajasthani Village Life | Rajastani people
 
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village cooking in india. indian village cooking. rajasthan people life. rajasthani village food preparing in old traditional method. rajasthan village life is just awesome. indian village food india. village cooking video veg. traditional cooking videos. marwadi food. marwari food at raniwada bhinmal, rajasthan. vegetarian food. village cooking vegetarian. Indian Village Food Cooking.Roti,Chapati | Rajasthani Village Life | Rajastani people. If you like my videos, please subscribe to my channel by clicking on the link : https://www.youtube.com/user/azadjain001
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Funny Magic Tricks.Funny Street Magic Show.Amazing Talent Roadside Magic Show.Indian jadugar jadu
 
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उई मम्मी,इतना बड़ा मगरमच्छ.Big Indian Alligator at River Safari Singapore Zoo.Big Reptile
 
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aligator. indian alligator. Indian Alligator Video. Alligator. Alligator Video. Big Alligator. Magarmach. magarmach Video. Gharial. मगरमच्छ. River Safari. River Safari Singapore Video. घड़ियाल. crocodile. Indian crocodile. Crocodile Video. Indian crocodile Video. cayman. Magar. gong. reptile. Big Reptile. reptile video. reptile species. Alligator swimming video. crocodile swimming video. Alligator in river. Alligator in water. hungry Alligator. big crocodile. big animal. big animals. big animals video. उई मम्मी,इतना बड़ा मगरमच्छ.Big Indian Alligator at River Safari Singapore Zoo. The gharial (Gavialis gangeticus), also known as the gavial, and the fish-eating crocodile, is a crocodilian of the family Gavialidae, native to the northern part of the Indian Subcontinent.[2] The global wild gharial population is estimated at fewer than 235 individuals, which are threatened by loss of riverine habitat, depletion of fish resources, and entanglement in fishing nets. As the population has declined drastically in the past 70 years, the gharial is listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List.[1] The gharial is one of the longest of all living crocodilians, measuring up to 6.25 m (20.5 ft), though this is an extreme upper limit, as the average adult gharial is only 3.5 to 4.5 m (11 to 15 ft) in size.[3] With 110 sharp, interdigitated teeth in its long, thin snout, it is well adapted to catching fish, its main diet.[4] The male gharial has a distinctive boss at the end of the snout, which resembles an earthenware pot known in Hindi as ghara. The gharial's common name is derived from this similarity.[2] Gharials once inhabited all the major river systems of the Indian Subcontinent, from the Irrawaddy River in the east to the Indus River in the west. Their distribution is now limited to only 2% of their former range. They inhabit foremost flowing rivers with high sand banks that they use for basking and building nests. They usually mate in the cold season. The young hatch before the onset of the monsoon. The gharial is one of three crocodilians native to India, the other two being the mugger crocodile and the saltwater crocodile.
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Original Nimbooda Nimbooda Folk Song.Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam took Rajasthani Lok Geet.Nimbuda.Nibuda
 
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भारतीय गाँव के लोहार || Blacksmith in Indian Village Bhinmal Rajasthan || Gaon ke Lohar
 
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blacksmith in indian village bhinmal rajasthan. lohar gaon me. blacksmits making farmer instruments in india. rural life of common people. roadside workers in india. village life in india. भारतीय गाँव के लोहार || Blacksmith in Indian Village Bhinmal Rajasthan || Gaon ke Lohar. If you like my videos, please subscribe to my channel by clicking on the link : https://www.youtube.com/user/azadjain001
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Baby Hippo with Female Hippopotamus at Mumbai zoo,Jijamata Udyaan.River Horse,Hippopotamus amphibius
 
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baby pygmy hippo. hippopotamus. hippopotamus Video. baby hippo Video. female hippo. ranichi baug mumbai. mumbai zoo. dariyai ghoda. hippo zoo. big hippopotamus. female hippopotamus. hippo baby. hippo baby Video. hippo horse. hippo in river. hippopotamus in india. fat hippo. hippo at zoo. hippo in india. Baby Hippo with Female Hippopotamus at Mumbai zoo,Jijamata Udyaan.River Horse,Hippopotamus amphibius Female Hippopotamus with her kid(Baby Hippo). river horse, Hippopotamus amphibius, Pygmy Hippopotamus. दरियाई घोड़ा, हिप्पोपॉटेमस, पाणघोडा at Byculla zoo, Mumbai (Jijamata Udyaan/ Veermata Jijabai Bhosale Udyan/ Victoria Gardens/ Ranichi Bagh/ Mumbai Zoo) The hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius), or hippo, ancient Greek for "river horse" (Ιπποπόταμος), is a large mammal in Africa that usually eats plants. It is one of only two species in the family Hippopotamidae that are still alive. The other is the Pygmy Hippopotamus. The hippopotamus is the third largest land animal (the elephant is the largest, and the White Rhinoceros is the second largest). It is also the heaviest artiodactyl, even though it is much shorter than the giraffe. If you like my videos, please subscribe to my channel by clicking on the link : https://www.youtube.com/user/azadjain001
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Indian Circus Little Dwarf Man Showing Fire Show | Tingu master ka aag ka khel
 
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circus fire show. india circus. circus video. amazing indian circus. best circus performance by dwarf man. small height jokers in circuses videos. comedy circus show. live circus. circus ka khel. entertainment in village. village entertainment. बौना आदमी का आग से खेल. fire stunt. aag ka khel. street show. circus at pushkar camel fair. Indian Circus Little Dwarf Man Showing Fire Show | Tingu master ka aag ka khel. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circus) A circusis a company of performers who put on diverse entertainment shows that include clowns, acrobats, trained animals, trapeze acts, musicians, dancers, hoopers, tightrope walkers, jugglers, magicians, unicyclists, as well as other object manipulation and stunt-oriented artists. The term 'circus' also describes the performance which has followed various formats through its 250-year modern history. Philip Astley is credited with being the 'father' of the modern circus when he opened the first circus in 1768 in England. A skilled equestrian, Astley demonstrated trick riding, riding in a circle rather than a straight line as his rivals did, and thus chanced on the format which was later named a 'circus'. In 1770 he hired acrobats, tightrope walkers, jugglers and a clown to fill in the pauses between acts. Performances developed significantly through the next fifty years, with large-scale theatrical battle reenactments becoming a significant feature. The 'traditional' format, whereby a ringmaster introduces a varied selection of acts that mostly perform choreographed acts to traditional music, developed in the latter part of the 19th century and continued almost universally to be the main style of circus up until the 1970s.
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Love Marriage.Court Marriage.भागकर शादी.Bhag kar Shaadi/Shadi.Short Film.Love Arranged Marriage
 
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court marriage. love marriage. indian marriage. shadi. shaadi. indian shadi. indian wedding. short movie. Shaadi. Shadi. Marriage. wedding. Shaadi Video. Marriage Video. Wedding Video. Indian shaadi Video. Indian marriage Video. Indian wedding Video. bhag kar shaadi. running marriage. Hindi Short Film. Marwadi Marriage Problems. Wedding Marwari Ladki Bhagi. Shaadi in Indian Village.Village Shaadi.Bhag ke Shaadi.Elope Marriage. भागकर शादी.Bhag kar Shaadi/Shadi.Short Hindi Film.Love Arranged Marriage.Indian Viral Video Wedding भागकर शादी.Bhag ke Shaadi,Sahi ya Galat?Short Indian Hindi Film.Elope/Running Marriage.Boy Girl Love Directed by : Azad Jain Actors : Azhar Shaikh, Shireen Khan To elope, most literally, means to run away and to not come back to the point of origin.[1] More colloquially, elopement is often used to refer to a marriage conducted in sudden and secretive fashion, usually involving a hurried flight away from one's place of residence together with one's beloved with the intention of getting married. Today the term "elopement" is colloquially used for any marriage performed in haste, with a limited public engagement period or without a public engagement period. Some couples elope because they wish to avoid objections from parents, or religious obligations. In addition, the term elopement is used in psychiatric hospitals to refer to a patient leaving the psychiatric unit without authorization. United Kingdom[edit] In England, a legal prerequisite of marriage is the "reading of the banns" — for the three Sundays prior to the intended date of the ceremony, the names of every couple intending marriage has to be read aloud by the priest(s) of their parish(es) of residence, or the posting of a 'Notice of Intent to Marry' in the registry office for Civil ceremonies. The intention of this is to prevent bigamy or other unlawful marriages by giving fair warning to anybody who might have a legal right to object.[citation needed] In practice, however, it also gives warning to the couples' parents, who sometimes objected on purely personal grounds. To contravene this law, it is necessary to get a special licence from the Archbishop of Canterbury — or to flee somewhere the law did not apply, across the border to Gretna Green, Scotland, for instance. Philippines[edit] In the Philippines, elopement is called "tanan".[2] Tanan is a long-standing practice in Filipino culture when a woman leaves her home without her parents' permission to live a life with her partner. Usually she will elope during the nighttime hours and is awaited by her lover nearby, who then takes her away to a location not of origin. The next morning, the distraught parents are clueless to the whereabouts of their daughter.[3] Tanan often occurs as a result of an impending arranged marriage or in defiance to parents' dislike of a preferred suitor.
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रामदेवरा रणुजा रामदेव पीर मंदिर || Ramdevra Ranuja Mandir Video Rajasthan || Ranuja Ramdev Pir
 
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ramdevra ranuja ramdev pir mandir pokharan rajasthan video. baba ramdev temple jaisalmer new videos. rajasthani famous and popular religious places. religion place in rajasthan, India. Most Popular Temples and Mandirs in Rajasthan India. Baba Ramapir ka mandir jodhpur. ramdevpir baba ka temple. good places to visit near jaisalmer. रामदेवरा रणुजा रामदेव पीर मंदिर || Ramdevra Rajasthan Ranuja Ramdev pir Mandir || Ramdevra Temple Video. If you like my videos, please subscribe to my channel by clicking on the link : https://www.youtube.com/user/azadjain001
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Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara HD Video.Hot Spring near Malana Village.Kullu Manali. मणिकरण गुरुद्वारा
 
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manikaran sahib. manikaran. manikaran temple. manikaran sahib hot water. manikaran sahib gurudwara. manikaran manali. manikaran sahib video. manikaran gurudwara. manikaran video. kullu video. manikaran gurdwara. manikarn sahib. gurdwara manikaran sahib. gurudwara manikaran sahib. manikaran sahib gurdwara video. mani karan sahib. malana village. anikaran sahib gurdwara. manikarn. gurudwara manikaran sahib video. mani karan. manikaran videos. malana. manikaran gurudwara temple. manikaran sahib videos. manikaran shiv mandir. gurudwara manikaran. manali gurudwara. Full HD Video of Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara,Hot Spring near Malana Village.Kullu Manali. मणिकरण गुरुद्वारा Full HD Video of Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara, hot springs and Hindu Temples. सम्पूर्ण विडियो मणिकरण गुरुद्वारा और हिन्दू मंदिर का. कुल्लू, हिमाचल प्रदेश, भारत देश Manikaran is located in the Parvati Valley on river Parvati, northeast of Bhuntar in the Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh. It is at an altitude of 1760 m and is located about 35 km from Kullu. This small town attracts tourists visiting Manali and Kullu to its hot springs and pilgrim centres. An experimental geothermal energy plant has also been set up here. Manikaran is a pilgrimage centre for Hindus and Sikhs. The Hindus believe that Manu recreated human life in Manikaran after the flood, making it a sacred area. It has many temples and a gurudwara. There are temples of the Hindu deities Rama, Krishna, and Vishnu. The area is well known for its hot springs[3] and its beautiful landscape. According to legend, when the Hindu God Shiva and his consort Parvati were walking in the valley, Parvati dropped one of her earrings. The jewel was seized by Shesha, the serpent deity, who then disappeared into the earth with it. Shesha only surrendered the jewel when Shiva performed the cosmic dance, the Tandava and shot the jewel up through the water. Apparently, jewels continued to be thrown up in the waters at Manikaran until the earthquake of 1905. According to the Sikhs, during third Udasi, the founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak came to this place in 15 Asu 1574 Bikrami with his disciple Bhai Mardana. Mardana felt hungry and they had no food. Guru Nanak sent Mardana to collect food for the langar (the Community Kitchen). Many people donated atta (flour) to make Roti(bread). The one problem was that there was no fire to cook the food.Guru Nanak asked Mardana to lift a stone and he complied and a hot spring appeared. As directed by Guru Nanak, Mardana put the rolled chapatis in the spring to his despair the chapatis sank.Guru Nanak then told him to pray to God saying that if his chapatis float back then he would donate one chapati in His name. When he prayed all the chapatis started floating duly baked.Guru Nanak said that anyone who donates in the name of God, his drowned items float back. During their stay here, Goddess Parvati lost her mani (precious stones[5]) in the waters of a stream. Upset over the loss, she asked Shiva to retrieve it. Lord Shiva commanded his attendant to find the mani for Parvati. However, when they failed, he was extremely angry. He opened his third eye, a tremendously inauspicious event which led to disturbances in the universe. An appeal was made before the serpent god, Sheshnag, to pacify Lord Shiva. Sheshnag hissed thereby giving rise to a flow of boiling water. The water spread over the entire area resulting in the emergence of precious stones of the type Goddess Parvati had lost. Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati were happy at the outcome. The name Manikaran is derived from this legend. The water is still hot and is considered extremely auspicious. Lord Ramchandra Temple - The temple was constructed by Raja Jagat Singh in the 17th century. Temple of Lord Shiva - This temple is hugely revered as it belongs to Lord Shiva. However, an earthquake in 1905 caused damage to the temple and it was slightly tilted. The importance of Manikaran is also judged from the fact that devtas of Kullu valley pay regular visit to this place on specified dates. Approximate Distances from: Kullu-Manali Airport at Bhuntar: 37 km Kullu town: 45 km Manali town: 85 km. Parvati valley is highly notorious for its cultivation of cannabis. Tourists, mostly foreigners, openly buy and consume hashish (hash/charas) even though it is illegal, giving it a name the hash capital of India. Malana Malana is an ancient village to the north-east of Kullu Valley. This solitary village in the Malana Nala, a side valley of the Parvati Valley, is isolated from the rest of the world. At an altitude of 9,938 feet above sea level lies the village of Malana also known as the village of Taboos. This village in the state of Himachal Pradesh is a magical green rimmed village that overlooks the Deotiba and Chandrakhani Peaks. Malana village is connected to Kulu by three mountain passes.
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माउंट आबू नक्की झील.Mount Abu Nakki Lake HD Video Rajasthan Tourism Video Rajasthan Tourist
 
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mount abu. mount abu video. mount abu rajasthan. abu road. nakki lake. nakki jhil. nakki jheel. mount abu boating. mount abu market. boating in mount abu. माउंट आबू नक्की झील.Mount Abu Nakki Lake HD Video Rajasthan Tourism Video Rajasthan Tourist. राजस्थान. Mount Abu is a popular hill station in the Aravalli Range in Sirohi district of Rajasthan state in western India near the border with Gujarat. The mountain forms a distinct rocky plateau 22 km long by 9 km wide. The highest peak on the mountain is Guru Shikhar at 1,722 m (5,650 ft) above sea level. It is referred to as 'an oasis in the desert' as its heights are home to rivers, lakes, waterfalls and evergreen forests. The nearest train station is Abu Road railway station: 27 km away. Tourism : Mount Abu town, the only hill station in Rajasthan, is at an elevation of 1,220 m (4,003 ft). It has been a popular retreat from the heat of Rajasthan and neighbouring Gujarat for centuries. The Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1960 and covers 290 km² of the mountain. The mountain is home to several Hindu temples, including the Adhar Devi Temple (also known as Arbuda Devi Temple), carved out of solid rock; the Shri Raghunathji Temple; and a shrine and temple to Dattatreya built atop the Guru Shikhar peak and a number of Jain temples including Dilwara Temples, a complex of temples carved of white marble built between the 11th and 13th centuries AD. The oldest of these is the Vimal Vasahi temple, built in 1021 AD by Vimal Shah and dedicated to the first of the Jain Tirthankaras. They include the Achaleswar Mahadev Temple (1412) and the Kantinath Temple (1513). It is the location of the headquarters of the Brahma Kumaris. The Achalgarh Fort, built in the 14th century by Rana Kumbha of Mewar, is nearby and at its center is the popular visitor attraction of the Nakki Lake. The Toad Rock is on a hill near the lake. Close to the fort is the Achaleshwar Mahadev Temple, a popular Shiva temple. The Durga Ambika Mata Temple lies in a cleft of rock in Jagat, just outside Mount Abu town. In Mount Abu, the faith community of Brahma Kumaris has its spiritual headquarters, which are represented by its own account in 85 countries.[7] Every year about 2.5 million visitors are supposed to visit the sprawling campus of that spiritual movement. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Abu)
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Rajasthan Village Life is Good | Foreigner Travel in India to see Village Life | Bisnoi Village
 
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rajasthan village life is good. travel india to see indian village rajasthan life at bisnoi village jodhpur. many funny foreigner tourist come and enjoy to watch indian village life. if you like my videos, please subscribe to my channel by clicking on the link : https://www.youtube.com/user/azadjain001
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2017 Queer Azaadi Mumbai Pride March Parede HD Video Part 4.Indian Gay,Lesbian,Bisexual Community
 
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#MumbaiPride17.LGBT India. Queer Azaadi March is an expression, a voice, a celebration and a platform to ask for equal rights of LGBTIQ individuals.QAM Walk 2017.LGBT pride parade India.Queer Azaadi Mumbai (abbreviated as QAM, "Azaadi" meaning "freedom" in Hindi) is an annual LGBT pride parade that is held in the Indian city of Mumbai. The first Queer Azaadi Mumbai march was held on August 16, 2008 where about 500 people marched from Gowalia Tank (popularly known as August Kranti Maidan) to Girgaum Chowpatty.[1][2] The next march will be the eighth edition of the march. Queer Azaadi March is an expression, a voice, a celebration and a platform to ask for equal rights of LGBTIQ individuals 2017 Queer Azaadi Mumbai Pride March Parede HD Video Part 4.Indian Gay,Lesbian,Bisexual Community
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Elephant eating banana HD Video | Cute Elephant baby Eat Banana | Hathi | हाथी.
 
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elephant eating banana video. hathi. baby elephants videos. हाथी. elephant eating bananas. elephant eat banana. elephant video. elephant eats banana. elephants eating food. elephant animal. Elephant kid. Elephant Kids. Elephant Child. Elephant Children. Indian Elephant. Elephant in India. Jaipur Elephant Farm. Pet Elephant. गज. गजराज. Cute Elephant baby Eat Banana.Elephant eating bananas HD Video.Haathi.Animals are Our Best Friends. If you like my videos, please subscribe to my channel by clicking on the link : https://www.youtube.com/user/azadjain001 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elephant) Elephants are large mammals of the family Elephantidae and the order Proboscidea. Three species are recognised, the African bush elephant (Loxodonta africana), the African forest elephant (L. cyclotis), and the Asian elephant (Elephas maximus). Elephants are scattered throughout sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. Elephantidae is the only surviving family of the order Proboscidea; other, now extinct, members of the order include deinotheres, gomphotheres, mammoths, and mastodons. Male African elephants are the largest extant terrestrial animals and can reach a height of 4 m (13 ft) and weigh 7,000 kg (15,000 lb). All elephants have several distinctive features, the most notable of which is a long trunk or proboscis, used for many purposes, particularly breathing, lifting water, and grasping objects. Their incisors grow into tusks, which can serve as weapons and as tools for moving objects and digging. Elephants' large ear flaps help to control their body temperature. Their pillar-like legs can carry their great weight. African elephants have larger ears and concave backs while Asian elephants have smaller ears and convex or level backs. Elephants are herbivorous and can be found in different habitats including savannahs, forests, deserts, and marshes. They prefer to stay near water. They are considered to be keystone species due to their impact on their environments. Other animals tend to keep their distance from elephants while predators, such as lions, tigers, hyenas, and any wild dogs, usually target only young elephants (or "calves"). Females ("cows") tend to live in family groups, which can consist of one female with her calves or several related females with offspring. The groups are led by an individual known as the matriarch, often the oldest cow. Elephants have a fission–fusion society in which multiple family groups come together to socialise. Males ("bulls") leave their family groups when they reach puberty and may live alone or with other males. Adult bulls mostly interact with family groups when looking for a mate and enter a state of increased testosterone and aggression known as musth, which helps them gain dominance and reproductive success. Calves are the centre of attention in their family groups and rely on their mothers for as long as three years. Elephants can live up to 70 years in the wild. They communicate by touch, sight, smell, and sound; elephants use infrasound, and seismic communication over long distances. Elephant intelligence has been compared with that of primates and cetaceans. They appear to have self-awareness and show empathy for dying or dead individuals of their kind. African elephants are listed as vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) while the Asian elephant is classed as endangered. One of the biggest threats to elephant populations is the ivory trade, as the animals are poached for their ivory tusks. Other threats to wild elephants include habitat destruction and conflicts with local people. Elephants are used as working animals in Asia. In the past, they were used in war; today, they are often controversially put on display in zoos, or exploited for entertainment in circuses. Elephants are highly recognisable and have been featured in art, folklore, religion, literature, and popular culture.
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Amazing Circus Rings Dance Performance by Indian Young Girl || लड़की का रिंग खेल नाच
 
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indian girl circus dance khel. ladki ka nach circus show performance.. best entertainment video of circus shows by big rings. talent show. Amazing Circus Ring Dance Performance by Indian Young Girl || लड़की का रिंग खेल नाच. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circus) A circus is a company of performers who put on diverse entertainment shows that include clowns, acrobats, trained animals, trapeze acts, musicians, dancers, hoopers, tightrope walkers, jugglers, magicians, unicyclists, as well as other object manipulation and stunt-oriented artists. The term 'circus' also describes the performance which has followed various formats through its 250-year modern history. Philip Astley is credited with being the 'father' of the modern circus when he opened the first circus in 1768 in England. A skilled equestrian, Astley demonstrated trick riding, riding in a circle rather than a straight line as his rivals did, and thus chanced on the format which was later named a 'circus'. In 1770 he hired acrobats, tightrope walkers, jugglers and a clown to fill in the pauses between acts. Performances developed significantly through the next fifty years, with large-scale theatrical battle reenactments becoming a significant feature. The 'traditional' format, whereby a ringmaster introduces a varied selection of acts that mostly perform choreographed acts to traditional music, developed in the latter part of the 19th century and continued almost universally to be the main style of circus up until the 1970s.
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Indian Village School in worst condition.Schools in Rajasthan.Villagers kids India.rural education
 
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Indian Village School in worst condition.Schools in Rajasthan.Villagers kids India.rural education Indian Village Schools in worst condition.Poshana, Near Bhinmal,Rajasthan,India.भारत के गाँव की स्कूल, भीनमाल. Education in India is provided by the public sector as well as the private sector, with control and funding coming from three levels: central, state, and local. Under various articles of the Indian Constitution, free and compulsory education is provided as a fundamental right to children between the ages of 6 and 14. The ratio of public schools to private schools in India is 7:5. Following independence, India viewed education as an effective tool for bringing social change through community development. The administrative control was effectively initiated in the 1950s, when, in 1952, the government grouped villages under a Community Development Block—an authority under national programme which could control education in up to 100 villages.[104] A Block Development Officer oversaw a geographical area of 150 square miles (390 km2) which could contain a population of as many as 70,000 people. Despite some setbacks the rural education programmes continued throughout the 1950s, with support from private institutions.A sizeable network of rural education had been established by the time the Gandhigram Rural Institute was established and 5,200 Community Development Blocks were established in India.[106] Nursery schools, elementary schools, secondary school, and schools for adult education for women were set up. A study of 188 government-run primary schools found that 59% of the schools had no drinking water and 89% had no toilets.[112] 2003–04 data by National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration revealed that only 3.5% of primary schools in Bihar and Chhattisgarh had toilets for girls. In Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh, rates were 17-26% in 2014.[113] In fact, the number of secondary schools is almost half the number of upper primary schools available in the country. Modern education in India is often criticised for being based on rote learning rather than problem solving. New Indian Express says that Indian Education system seems to be producing zombies since in most of the schools students seemed to be spending majority of their time in preparing for competitive exams rather than learning or playing.[114] BusinessWeek criticises the Indian curriculum, saying it revolves around rote learning[115] and ExpressIndia suggests that students are focused on cramming.[116] Preschool for Child Rights states that almost 99% of pre-schools do not have any curriculum at all. In January 2010, the Government of India decided to withdraw Deemed university status from as many as 44 institutions. The Government claimed in its affidavit that academic considerations were not being kept in mind by the management of these institutions and that "they were being run as family fiefdoms". The University Grant Commission found 39 fake institutions operating in India. Only 10% of manufacturers in India offer in-service training to their employees, compared with over 90% in China. Education in rural India is valued differently from in an urban setting, with lower rates of completion. An imbalanced sex ratio exists within schools with 18% of males earning a high school diploma compared with only 10% of females. The estimated number of children who have never attended school in India is near 10 crore which reflects the low completion levels.[citation needed] This is the largest concentration in the world of youth who haven't enrolled in school. The government continued to view rural education as an agenda that could be relatively free from bureaucratic backlog and general stagnation.[106] However, in some cases lack of financing balanced the gains made by rural education institutes of India.[107] Some ideas failed to find acceptability among India's poor and investments made by the government sometimes yielded little results.[107] Today, government rural schools remain poorly funded and understaffed. Several foundations, such as the Rural Development Foundation (Hyderabad), actively build high-quality rural schools, but the number of students served is small. Women have a much lower literacy rate than men. Far fewer girls are enrolled in the schools, and many of them drop out.[92] In the patriarchal setting of the Indian family, girls have lower status and fewer privileges than boy children.[93] Conservative cultural attitudes prevents some girls from attending school. The number of literate women among the female population of India was between 2–6% from the British Raj onwards to the formation of the Republic of India in 1947.[95] Concerted efforts led to improvement from 15.3% in 1961 to 28.5% in 1981.
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Shimla HD Video,The Ridge,Christ Church & Mall Road Market.Simla,Himachal Pradesh,India.शिमला
 
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shimla. shimla mall road. shimla mall road video. shimla city video. shimla video. shimla market. shimla city. mall road shimla. shimla ridge. shimla church. shimla detail video. shimla ridge video. shimla view. ridge shimla. latest shimla video. shimla the ridge. shimla mall. shimla latest video. shimla lakkar bazar. shimla shopping market. shimla market video. video of shimla. shopping in shimla. shimla town. christ church shimla. simla video. ridge mall road shimla. himachal pradesh tourism video. shimla tourism video. shimla life. shimla mall road latest video. shimla videos. shimla hd video. shimla india. shimla himachal. himachal hd video. shimla lower bazar. shopping at shimla. HD Video of Shimla,The Ridge,Christ Church & Mall Road. Simla, Himachal Pradesh,India.शिमला Complete HD Video of Shimla The Ridge, Christ Church and Mall Road, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India. Reminiscent of colonial times, Shimla is a lovely hill station with its Victorian structures, ancient temples, stone churches and the ever so busy Mall Road. All of this, surrounded by the snow peaked Himalayas. Established as the British summer capital in the year 1817, Shimla was a favourite with the Sahebs from the time of the Raj. You will find symbols of this era scattered all through the town in places like Annadale, the Viceregal Lodge and the glorious Georgian houses. Make a visit to The Gaiety Theatre that still holds performances or the state museum that displays ‘Company Paintings’ to really understand what we are talking about. The Mall Road is the hub of all activity with a vibrant line up of shops and restaurants. Head to Lakkar Bazaar for a quintessential mountain bazaar experience. If you find the main area a tad too commercialized, walk off just a little and you will be pleasantly surprised with charming little stone churches, gothic turrets and spires and beautiful wooden cottages. If you really want to get away from all chatter then Shimla also offers serene trekking routes and getaways at close distance such as Kasauli, Chail or Naldera. Shimla offers awesome views of the snow topped mountains and on a clear day, you can spend hours staring at the peaks, changing colour as the day ends. Toy Train You will absolutely love the toy train that slowly goes up the mountains, offering breathtaking views of the Himalayan scenery. The Mall Meet the locals as they catch up over evening tea and gossip at ‘Scandal Point’. This is the indisputable hub of Shimla, bustling with restaurants, cafes and shops. Shopping You will enjoy some great local mountain shopping here. Pick up wooden wares at the Lakkar Bazaar, shawls, scarves and colourful socks from emporia at the Mall, or silver trinkets and miniature Buddhist paintings from Tibetan shops. Viceregal Lodge This lodge is a Baronial mansion, which is now a symbol of colonial Shimla, built in Elizabethan style. Shimla (Hindi:शिमला)or Simla is the capital of the state of Himachal Pradesh in India. It is a very popular holiday-retreat during the summer months and is well-known for its Victorian architecture, which is reflected in certain areas of the Mall and The Ridge. It is also a famous holiday spot for honeymoon. There are quite a few theories regarding the origin of the word Shimla. Locals insist that the name originates from Shyamali Devi, a re-incarnation of the fearsome Goddess Kali. The Mall: The Mall is the main shopping centre of Shimla. This shopping centre has a good number of banks, restaurants, post offices, clubs, bars and tourists offices. There is a famous theatre of Shimla called Gaiety Theatre. The Mall is also the main meeting place for the people of Shimla. Jakhu Temple, Jakhu Hill. Open every day. Offers spectacular views of the mountains from its location above the town. According to the epic Ramayana, the monkey god Hanuman rested here during his journey to the Himalayan mountains.Be extremely careful from Monkeys with your camera, glasses, bag and food. Entry free, donations welcome (Sticks for warding off the monkeys can be rented at the entrance to the temple for Rs 5). Chadwick Falls, 7 km away from Shimla, Jakhoo Hill, Located at an altitude of 2,445m, Jakhoo Hill, Shimla's highest point, is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Shimla. Dorje Drag Monastery, Sarasvati Garden Estate, Kusmuti. The Ridge, Jakhu Hill (North of The Mall). Built at the top of the town at 2230m, The Ridge is the center of Shimla's cultural and social life - an excellent place to view the surrounding mountains. Christ Church, The Ridge (Near Municipal Library). Open every day, services Su 8AM-11AM. Constructed in 1846, this is the second oldest church of the North India. Lower Bazaar, The Mall (Below Central Section). Shops Open Mo-Sa.
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जोधपुर घंटाघर.Jodhpur City Clock Tower Market, Rajasthan, India.Jodhpur ka Ghanta Ghar
 
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jodhpur rajasthan clock tower. ghanta ghar. jodhpur city video. jodhpur market. rajasthan videos. rajasthan tourist video. rajasthan tourism video. jodhpur india. indian cities. राजस्थान. जोधपुर घंटाघर.Jodhpur City Clock Tower Market, Rajasthan, India.Jodhpur ka Ghanta Ghar. rajasthan places. rajasthan travel videos. rajasthan tour video. rajasthan trip. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghanta_Ghar_(Jodhpur)] (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jodhpur) Ghanta Ghar, also known as the clock tower of Rajasthan, is in the Indian city of Jodhpur. Ghanta Ghar was constructed by the Late Shri Sardar Singh Ji of Jodhpur. Beside the tower, there is the Sadar Market that is frequented by tourists on shopping spree. From this market, tourists can purchase Rajasthani textiles, clay figurines, miniature camels and elephants, marble inlay work and classic silver jewellery. It was built by Maharaja Sardar Singh (1880-1911) from whom the market takes it name. In fact, the tower dominates the entire scenario. It's a 70 mm cinemascope with unknown and faceless humans in the lead roles for many tourists, most of whom are filming it live. Jodhpur's most notable attractions are Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant Thada, and the Ghanta Ghar, or Clock Tower. Tourists are also within proximity to Fort Auwa, Mandore, Kaylana Lake and Garden, Balsamand Lake, Mandaleshwar Mahadev Temple (Mandalnath), Ratanada Ganesh Temple, Sardar Samand Lake and Palace, Masooria Hills, Veer Durgadas Smarak (monument, park and museum), Bhim Bhirak Cave, and Ravan Ka Mandir, the only Ravan temple in India. Jodhpur About this sound Listen is the second largest city in the Indian state of Rajasthan and officially the second metropolitan city of the state. It was formerly the seat of a princely state of the same name. The capital of the kingdom was known as Marwar. Jodhpur is a popular tourist destination, featuring many palaces, forts and temples, set in the stark landscape of the Thar Desert. The city is known as the "Sun City" for the bright and sunny weather it enjoys all the year round. The old city circles the fort and is bounded by a wall with several gates.[5] Jodhpur is also known as the "Blue City" because of the blue colours that decorate many of the houses in the old city area.[6] However, the city has expanded greatly outside the wall over the past several decades. Jodhpur lies near the geographic centre of the Rajasthan state, which makes it a convenient base for travel in a region much frequented by tourists.
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Rajasthan Sundha Mata Ropeway full HD Video. Sundha Mataji lift.Rajasthan Mountain Temple
 
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sundha mata ropeway. sundha mata lift. ropeway in sundha mataji. Jalore Rajasthan. Sundha Mata Ropeway full HD Video. Sundha Mataji lift.Rajasthan Mountain Temple. Sundha Mata temple is a nearly 900-year-old temple of Mother goddess situated on a hilltop called Sundha, located at Longitude 72.367°E and Latitude 24.833°N, in Jalore District of Rajasthan. It is 64 km from Mount Abu and 20 km from the town of Bhinmal. In the climbing area a big hotel is made by the Trust that is quite a destination for visitors to rest during the night and enjoy the scenery of the mountain. Recently, a ropeway service has been started to climb Sundha Mountain, to make the journey easier for pilgrims, making it a memorable experience. Ropeway (Udan Khatola) to the temple—first in Rajasthan—is ready, Rs 124 for both ways. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sundha_Mata_Temple)
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Mumbai Film Industry.Indian Bollywood Film Industry.Andheri.Infinity Mall,New Link Road,Lokhandwala
 
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mumbai film industry. mumbai andheri. andheri mumbai. film industry mumbai. lokhandwala complex andheri west mumbai. andheri mumbai city. infinity mall andheri. andheri film city. film industry in mumbai. mumbai lokhandwala. mumbai bollywood. Indian Bollywood Film Industry Hub in Mumbai, Andheri near Infinity Mall,New Link Road, Lokhandwala Indian Bollywood Film Industry Hub in Mumbai, Andheri near Infinity Mall, City mall, New Link Road, near Lokhandwala Complex. About 90% Film, Entertainment Industry Corporate Houses, Production Houses in this area. Lokhandwala Complex. Lokhandwala Complex, Andheri, also known as Lokhandwala, is a large residential and commercial neighbourhood in Mumbai, India. It is approximately 5 km from Andheri station. The name Lokhandwala comes from the name of the developer with the construction firm being Lokhandwala Constructions Pvt. Ltd. It was the primary developer of the suburb of Versova, which was previously basically a marshland. When Siraj Lokhandwala, proprietor of Lokhandwala Constructions, spotted the vast marshland in the area of Versova in 1978 he decided to purchase the area for development. He was discouraged by every broker in Mumbai from buying the land, simply because they felt that no one would wish to live at a comparative distance from the old centre of Mumbai. Today, however, Lokhandwala Complex is one of the most eagerly aspired to and most desirable suburbs of Mumbai. A veritable who's who of Bollywood stars live in Lokhandwala, which has become home to many movie stars over the last twenty years. The list includes some of the finest actors, film directors, film writers,producers and most of the people who are working in Indian Film and Television Industry. Many of the NRIs Non-Resident Indians also have second homes here. Lokhandwala has many shopping malls, large cinemas, clubs, parks, fitness centres, small to very large luxurious apartments and it is well connected to the rest of the city with excellent public transport facilities. It is 10 km from airport, 5 km from Andheri Station. Trains from Andheri Station to Churchgate reach in 33 minutes. Some of the famous residential landmarks of Lokhandwala include Golden Heights, Royal Accord, Green Acres, Oberoi Sky Gardens, Royal Resorts and Oberoi Sky Heights. There are several gardens in Lokhandwala which reserve a green patch in the middle. They also serve as venues for a yoga club, comedy club, senior citizens activities, sports meetings for children, etc. Developer Vikas Walavalkar has developed Walavalkar Park which is adjudged by him as as the best park of 5000 meters and more. This is very popular among health-conscious residents of area. There is a jogging track adjoining the Lokhandwala back road. Bollywood is the sobriquet for the Hindi language film industry based in Mumbai, the most populous city of the Republic of India.[3] It is more formally referred to as Hindi cinema.[4] The term "Bollywood" is often loosely used as a synecdoche to refer to the whole of Indian cinema; however, Bollywood proper is only a part of the larger Indian film industry, which includes other production centres producing films in many other Indian languages.[5] Bollywood is one of the largest film producers in India, representing 43% of the net box office revenue, while Telugu and Tamil cinema represent 36%, and the rest of the regional cinema constitutes 21% as of 2014.[6] Bollywood is also one of the largest centers of film production in the world.[7][8][9] Bollywood is also one of the biggest film industries in the world in terms of the number of people employed and the number of films produced.[10] In 2011, over 3.5 billion tickets were sold across the globe which in comparison is 900,000 tickets more than Hollywood.Bollywood produced 252 films in 2014 out of a total of 1969 films produced in Indian cinema. Bollywood film music is called filmi music (from Hindi, meaning "of films"). Songs from Bollywood movies are generally pre-recorded by professional playback singers, with the actors then lip synching the words to the song on-screen, often while dancing. While most actors, especially today, are excellent dancers, few are also singers. One notable exception was Kishore Kumar, who starred in several major films in the 1950s while also having a stellar career as a playback singer. K. L. Saigal, Suraiyya, and Noor Jehan were also known as both singers and actors. Some actors in the last thirty years have sung one or more songs themselves. Many Indian artists used to make a living by hand-painting movie billboards and posters (The well-known artist M.F. Hussain used to paint film posters early in his career). This was because human labour was found to be cheaper than printing and distributing publicity material.
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रानीवाड़ा राजस्थान.Rajasthan City Raniwara Video. Raniwada, Jalore
 
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rajasthan city. rajasthan. raniwara. raniwada. raniwara city. raniwada city. raniwara video. raniwada video. रानीवाड़ा राजस्थान.Rajasthan City Raniwara Video. Raniwada, Jalore. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raniwara) Raniwara (Hindi: रानीवाडा) is a City in Jalore District of Rajasthan state in India. Situated 25 km south of the Bhinmal on Jalore-Sanchore road,it is headquarters of the tehsil by the same name. Raniwara is 64 km from Mount Abu and 20 km from the town of Bhinmal. Raniwara is Connected By Samdari-Bhildi railway line. There is a Big Dairy Plant Of Rajasthan in the town run by Jalore-Sirohi Zila Dugdh Utpadak Sahakari Sangh Ltd. Malwara, Badgaon, Ajodar, Jakhri, Dhanol, Badgaon (Jalore district), Silasan Mokhatra and Raniwara khurd are some of its nearby villages. The famous Sundha Mata temple is located 20 km From Raniwara. The temple is situated on a hilltop called 'Sundha', at Longitude 72°-22' E and Latitude 24°-50' N.Also situated here is Hinglaj temple. It is the seat of Hinglaj goddess and worshipped by Khatri community.Famous Pipaji temple is also situated here Pipaji was a lok sant worship by Pipa Khatriya community.
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Bharuch railway station Junction and Golden Bridge on Narmada river, Gujarat. भरूच, नर्मदा नदी पुल
 
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bharuch station. bharuch railway station. bharuch city. bharuch junction and Golden Bridge on Narmada river, Gujarat. भरूच, नर्मदा नदी पुल Bharuch Junction is a railway station on the Western Railway network, located in Bharuch, Gujarat, India. It is an important halt for all trains that are bound for Ahmedabad Junction, Jaipur Junction, Mumbai, Amritsar and Delhi. Bharuch (Gujarati: ભરૂચ; About this sound listen (help·info)), also known as Broach, is a City at the mouth of the river Narmada in Gujarat (Central-West India). Bharuch is the administrative headquarters of Bharuch District and is a municipality of about 370,000 inhabitants. Being one of the biggest industrial areas including Ankleshwar GIDC, it is at times referred as chemical capital of India. The main lines passing through Bharuch Junction are : Mumbai – New Delhi line via Kota Junction ( broad gauge line) Mumbai – Ahmedabad via Vadodara Junction Some of the important trains that pass through Bharuch Junction are: 12009/10 Ahmedabad Shatabdi Express 11453/54 Prerana Express 12961/62 Avantika Express 19707/08 Aravali Express 12953/54 August Kranti Rajdhani Express 12833/34 Howrah Ahmedabad Superfast Express 19019/20 Dehradun Express 19023/24 Firozpur Janata Express 12901/02 Gujarat Mail 14707/08 Ranakpur Express 22451/52 Chandigarh Bandra Terminus Superfast Express 22901/02 Bandra Terminus Udaipur Superfast Express 11095/96 Ahimsa Express 19131/32 Kutch Express 19109/10 Gujarat Queen 12925/26 Paschim Express 12215/16 Delhi Sarai Rohilla Bandra Terminus Garib Rath Express IRCTC, http://irctc.co.in http://www.indianrail.gov.in The Golden Bridge connects Ankleshwar to Bharuch in the Gujarat state of western India. It was built in 1881 by the British, who needed a bridge across the Narmada River to create better access to trade and administration officials in Bombay (now called Mumbai).The Bridge is also called Narmada Bridge. The British started the work to build the bridge on 7th December 1877. The bridge was built on May 16, 1881 at a cost of Rs 45.65 lakhs and it was called Narmada Bridge. Later it came to be known as the Golden Bridge on account of heavy expenditure incurred on building it. After independence, it was part of the national highway. However, flow of heavy traffic was restricted on it after a new national highway was built.it is made up of iron. The Golden Bridge has seen many floods and natural disasters like earthquakes, but it has stood for 132 years, providing daily transportation to the people of Ankleshwar and Bharuch. length of golden brudge 1412m The city of Bharuch and its surroundings have been settled since times of antiquity. It was a ship building center and sea port in the pre-compass coastal trading routes to points West, perhaps as far back as the days of the Pharaohs. The route made use of the regular and predictable monsoon winds or galleys. Many goods from the Far East (the famed Spice and Silk trade) were shipped there during the annual monsoon winds, making it a terminus for several key land-sea trade routes. Bharuch was known to the Greeks, the various Persian Empires, in the Roman Republic and Empire, and in other Western centres of civilisation through the end of the European Middle Ages. The city has textile mills, chemical plants, long staple cotton, dairy products and much more. Gujarat's biggest liquid cargo terminal is situated there.[citation needed] It also houses many multinational companies, such as Videocon, BASF, Reliance, Safari Construction Equipments Pvt. Ltd.[4] and Welspun Maxsteel Ltd.[citation needed] Bharuch is a shopping center well known for its salty peanuts.[citation needed] Because of the distinctive colour of its soil (which is also ideal for cotton cultivation), Bharuch is sometimes referred to as 'Kanam Pradesh' (black-soil land). Bharuch has always been prosperous because of its location on the Narmada River. Although water tends to be scarce in Gujarat, one never finds difficulty in getting water in Bharuch. As a result of this, agriculture and other linked commercial activities have flourished in Bharuch. Bharuch is also a central stopping point for many villages spread around its boundaries. People from these small villages come to Bharuch when they want to shop for new clothes, or make a major purchase. Lately a lot of retiring expatriates have been returning to Bharuch and building new houses giving the economy a boost.
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72 Jinalaya Grand Jain Temple(Jain Mandir),Bhinmal,Rajasthan.भीनमाल ७२ जिनालय जैन मंदिर, राजस्थान
 
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72 Jinalaya Grand Jain Temple (Jain Mandir), Bhinmal, Rajasthan, India. भीनमाल ७२ जिनालय जैन मंदिर, राजस्थान, भारत देश. Jainism (/ˈdʒeɪnɪzəm/[1] or /ˈdʒaɪnɪzəm/[2]), traditionally known as Jain dharma,[3] is an ancient Indian religion belonging to the śramaṇa tradition. It prescribes ahimsa (non-violence) towards all living beings to the most possible extent. The three main principles of Jainism are ahimsa, anekantavada (non-absolutism), aparigraha (non-possessiveness). Followers of Jainism take five main vows: ahimsa, satya (not lying), asteya (non stealing), brahmacharya (chastity), and aparigraha. Monks follow them completely whereas śrāvakas (householders) observe them partially. Self-discipline and asceticism are thus major focuses of Jainism. Parasparopagraho Jivanam (The function of souls is to help one another) is the motto of Jainism. The word "Jain" derives from the Sanskrit word jina (conqueror). A human being who has conquered all inner passions like attachment, desire, anger, pride, greed, etc. is called Jina. Followers of the path practiced and preached by the jinas are known as Jains. Jains trace their history through a succession of twenty-four teachers and revivers of the Jain path known as tirthankaras. In the current era, this started with Rishabhanatha and concluded with Mahavira. Jains believe that Jainism is eternal; it has been and will be forgotten and revived from time to time. Jain philosophy is the oldest Indian philosophy that separates body (matter) from the soul (consciousness) completely.[8] Jains maintain that all living beings are really soul, intrinsically perfect and immortal. Souls in transmigration (that is, liability to repeated births and deaths) are said to be imprisoned in the body. Practitioners believe non-violence and self-control are the means to liberation. Jain texts reject the idea of a creator deity and postulates an eternal universe. Jainism has a very elaborate framework on types of life and includes life-forms that may be invisible. Mahatma Gandhi was greatly influenced by Jainism and adopted many Jain principles in his life. The majority of Jains reside in India. With 4–6 million followers, Jainism is smaller than many major world religions. Outside of India, some of the largest Jain communities are found in the United States, Europe, Kenya, and Canada. Contemporary Jainism is divided into two major sects, Digambara and Śvētāmbara. Namokar Mantra is the basic and most common prayer in Jainism. Major Jain festivals include Paryushana (aka Daslakshana), Mahavir Jayanti and Diwali. Like all religions, Jainism is criticized and praised for some of its practices and beliefs. Mahatma Gandhi was greatly influenced by Jainism, adopting the Jain principles of asceticism, compassion for all forms of life, the importance of vows for self-discipline, vegetarianism, fasting for self-purification, and mutual tolerance among people of different creeds.[221] Mahatma Gandhi said: No religion in the World has explained the principle of Ahimsa so deeply and systematically as is discussed with its applicability in every human life in Jainism. As and when the benevolent principle of Ahimsa or non-violence will be ascribed for practice by the people of the world to achieve their end of life in this world and beyond. Jainism is sure to have the uppermost status and Mahāvīra is sure to be respected as the greatest authority on Ahimsa.[222] — Mahatma Gandhi Swami Vivekananda appreciated the role of Jainism in the development of Indian religious philosophy. In his words, he asks: What could have saved Indian society from the ponderous burden of omnifarious ritualistic ceremonialism, with its animal and other sacrifices, which all but crushed the very life of it, except the Jain revolution which took its strong stand exclusively on chaste morals and philosophical truths? Chandragupta Maurya, a Jaina Shravaka, became a Jain monk in the latter part of his life. Gommateshwara statue (10th century) at Shravanabelagola, created by Chavundaraya. Statue of Ahimsa (completed in 2016), Mangi-Tungi, Maharashtra, created by Gyanmati Mataji. Megalithic statue of Rishabhanatha at Bawangaja
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Baobab Tree,Adansonia digitata,गोरख चिंच in Mumbai Bhyculla Zoo/Jijamata Udyaan/Ranichi Baugh,India
 
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Baobab Tree,Adansonia digitata,गोरख चिंच in Mumbai Bhyculla Zoo/Jijamata Udyaan/Ranichi Baugh,India baobab tree, Adansonia digitata, गोरख चिंच at Bhyculla Zoo/ Jijamata Udyaan/ Mumbai Zoo, Maharashtra, India. Adansonia digitata (baobab) is the most widespread of the Adansonia species, and is native to the African continent. The long-lived pachycauls are typically found in dry, hot savannahs of sub-Saharan Africa, where they dominate the landscape, and reveal the presence of a watercourse from afar.[2] Their growth rate is determined by ground water or rainfall,[3][4] and their maximum age, which is subject to much conjecture, seems to be in the order of 1,500 years.[5] They have traditionally been valued as sources of food, water, health remedies or places of shelter and are steeped in legend and superstition.[3] Explorers of old were inclined to carve their names on baobabs, and many are defaced by modern graffiti.[2] Common names for the baobab include dead-rat tree (from the appearance of the fruit), monkey-bread tree (the soft, dry fruit is edible), upside-down tree (the sparse branches resemble roots), cream of tartar tree (cream of tartar) and गोरख चिंच in marathi (meaning monkey's tamarind). Baobab is the common name for each of the nine species of tree in the genus Adansonia. The generic name honours Michel Adanson, the French naturalist and explorer who described Adansonia digitata. Of the nine species, six are native to Madagascar, two are native to mainland Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, and one is native to Australia. One of the mainland African species also occurs on Madagascar, but it is not a native of that island. It was introduced in ancient times to south Asia and during the colonial era to the Caribbean. It is also present in the island nation of Cape Verde.[2] The ninth species was described in 2012, and is found in upland populations of southern and eastern Africa.[3] The African and Australian baobabs are almost identical, having separated less than 100,000 years ago.[4] Baobabs reach heights of 5 to 30 m (16 to 98 ft) and have trunk diameters of 7 to 11 m (23 to 36 ft)[citation needed]. The Glencoe baobab, a specimen of A. digitata in Limpopo Province, South Africa, was considered to be the largest living individual, with a maximum circumference of 47 m (154 ft)[5] and a diameter of about 15.9 m (52 ft). The tree has since split into two parts, so the widest individual trunk may now be that of the Sunland baobab, or Platland tree, also in South Africa. The diameter of this tree at ground level is 9.3 m (31 ft) and its circumference at breast height is 34 m (112 ft). Adansonia trees produce faint growth rings, probably annually, but they are not reliable for aging specimens, because they are difficult to count and may fade away as the wood ages. Radiocarbon dating has provided data on a few individuals. A specimen of A. digitata known as Grootboom was dated and found to be at least 1275 years old, making it one of the oldest known angiosperm trees. The baobab is a traditional food plant in Africa, but is little-known elsewhere. The vegetable has been suggested to have the potential to improve nutrition, boost food security, foster rural development, and support sustainable land care.[18] The African baobab's fruit is 15–20 cm (6–8 in) long. It contains 50% more calcium than spinach, is high in antioxidants, and has three times the vitamin C of an orange.[19][unreliable source?] The dry pulp is either eaten fresh or dissolved in milk or water to make a drink. The leaves can be eaten as relish. Young fresh leaves are cooked in a sauce and sometimes are dried and powdered. The powder is called lalo in Mali and sold in many village markets in Western Africa. Oil extracted by pounding the seeds can be used for cooking but this is not widespread.[20] In Sudan — where the tree is called tebeldi — people make tabaldi juice by soaking and dissolving the dry pulp of the fruit, locally known as gunguleiz.[21][22] In 2008, the European Union approved the use and consumption of baobab fruit as an ingredient in smoothies and cereal bars.[23] The United States Food and Drug Administration granted generally recognized as safe status to baobab dried fruit pulp as a food ingredient in 2009.[24] Baobab leaves are sometimes used as forage for ruminants in dry season. The oilmeal, which is a byproduct of oil extraction, can also be used as animal feed.[25] In times of drought elephants consume the juicy wood below its bark. Its occurrence is very limited in Central Africa, and it is found only in the very north of Southern Africa. In Eastern Africa, the trees grow also in shrublands and on the coast. In Angola and Namibia, the baobabs grow in woodlands, and in coastal regions, in addition to savannahs. It is also found in Dhofar region of Oman and Yemen in the Arabian Peninsula, Western Asia.
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Indian Town Bhinmal Video of Ghanta Ghar etc.घंटाघर भीनमाल.Rajasthani People.Village in India
 
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Indian village. indian small town. Real Indian Town,Bhinmal Video of Ghanta Ghar etc.घंटाघर भीनमाल. Rajasthani People.Village in India Real Indian Town, Bhinmal Detail Video of Ghanta Ghar and nearby areas. घंटाघर, भीनमाल. Bhinmal, District Jalor, Rajasthan, India. Bhinmal (old names: Bhillamala and Srimala[1]) is a town in the Jalore District of Rajasthan, India. It is 72 km south of Jalore town. Bhinmal was the capital of Gurjaradesa, comprising southern Rajasthan and northern Gujarat of modern times. The town is the birthplace of the Sanskrit poet Magha and mathematician and astronomer Brahmagupta. This city has witnessed many rises and falls. Stone inscriptions of the year 1333 of the Vikrama Samvat (1277 AD) are found among ruins of temples. There are signs here and there showing that Lord Mahavira Swami, the 24th Jain Tirthankar wandered about here. There was a time when this city had a circumference of 64 kilometres and the fort had 84 gates. The temple of the 23rd Jain Tirthankar Parshvanatha in Hathi pole area is regarded to be very ancient. This temple has great archaeological importance. A golden idol of Shri Parshvanatha in Padmasana posture is the presiding deity. Apart from the many ancient Jain Temples across the town, there is a temple of jains called 72 Jinalayas - the 72 temple comlex with the 72 Tirthakar (24 Past + 24 Future + 24 Current)as per jainism. It is the largest jain temple which conclude 19 years of its making. One more significant temple complex dedicated to Mahavir Swami and Osia Mataji called as Bafna Waddi Tirth is there just outside the town. Out of 108 Parshvanatha, "Shri Bhaya-Bhanjan Parshvanatha" also located in the town where thousands of Jain and other pilgrims come to the town and offer their prayer here. Temples in Bhinmal Jain Temples[edit] Bahatter Jinalayas Lakshmi Wallabh Parshwanath Mahavira Swami Jain temple Parshvanatha Jain temple [Hathi pole] Shantinath Jain temple [Ganesh chowk] Gandhi Mehta Ka Vaas (4 Jain temple complex dedicated to VasuPujya, Shantinath, Parshvanatha and Mahavira ) Nakoda Parshvanatha Jain temple Riddhi-Siddhi Parshvanatha Jain Temple Chomukhji Jain temple Manmohan Parshvanatha Jain temple' Jagawallabh Parshvanatha Jain temple (Famous as Pratap Sarai Jain Temple) Padmaprabhu Jain temple [magh colony] Jeerawalla Parshvanatha Jain temple Seemandhar swami Jain temple [Rath Mandir] Shankheshwar Parshvanatha Jain temple complex. Gaudi Parshvanatha Jain temple. Kirti Stambh Jain Temple [Tower Temple]. Bafna Wadi Jain Tirth (Lord Mahavira). Shankheshwar Parshvanatha Temple, Dhora-Dhal. Kunthunathji Jain Temple, Hundia Street. Laxmi vallabha Parshvanatha (72 jeenalay - complex of 72 Temple dedicated to 72 Jain Tirthankar), Jalore Road. Hindu Temple[edit] Khimat Mataji / Kshemekari Mataji Temple (Mataji ki Bhakri temple)- Kul Devi of Doshi's, Vanigota's, Solanki's, Morakhiya's and in all 84 total kul (sect). Nagdevta Temple (Gogaji) at Mataji Road - Kuldevta of Jogani's Varaha Shyam temple Chandinath temple Neel Kantha Mahadev temple Mahalaxmi temple, Mahalaxmi road Mahalakshmi Kamaleshwari temple, Dhora-dhal Baba Ramdevji temple {mataji ki bhakri} meghwal samaj Gayatri temple Fafariya Hanuman temple Baba Ramdevji temple Jeengar bazar Vishwakarma temple Kashi Vishwanath mandir Jeengar Bazar Saraswati temple Lord Shanidev Temple, Near Old Police Station. Hnauman Mandir Lakharo ka chohata Charbhuja temple (main market) Ardhnareshwar Mahadev mandir Varunachi yogeshwari mandir Priyuteshwar mahadev mandir Siddhivinayak mandir Guru Jambheshwar mandir Char Rasta Bhinmal Dhundhleshwar Mahadev Temple, Gajipura, Bhinmal Boteshwar mahadev Temple,Karlu Sundha mataji temple [sundhaparvat] Hanumanji mandir sawidhar Vatyakshni mataji mandir[8] Bindukshini Mataji Mandir Lord Rajeshwar mandir bhinmal (Choudhary) Varahashayamji mandir bhinmal Kalka Maa Mandir[Balotiya Kuldevi] (17th century) Ganga mata mandir,jatiya mohalla,BHINMAL Raneshwar Mahadev Mandir, Jakob Talab (Mali malaram chothaji gehlot) gajanan saidham,bhinmal near shivraj stadium,jalore. Pragteshwar Mahadev Temple, Near Yagyi's Niwas Monuments[edit] Chandinath Baori (Bavadi) (9th century) Jeevdaya Gaushala Jakoba Talab (8th century) Bal samundra pond Trayamkeshwer pond Distances[edit] Nearest Airports: Jodhpur 200 km; Udaipur 230 km;Ahmedabad: 280 km Nearest airstrips: Noon Jalore; Sirohi; Abu Road; Deesa. By Road Jodhpur :200 km; Jalore:72 km; Sirohi:73 km; Mount Abu:170 km; Palanpur:120 km Ranakpur:140 km; Jaisalmer:335 km; Ahmedabad: 315 km; Abu Road:125 km. A 450-year-old Jain temple was unearthed in year 2002 during construction work at the premises of Shri Parshwa Nath temple at Bhinmal. The temple has five images of Jain Tirthankars made in white marble. Four nationalised Banks State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur, Punjab National Bank, Bank of Baroda, yes bank, kotak Mahindra bank, Bank of India and State Bank of India have their branches here.
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भारत की असली देशी कुश्ती || Indian Desi Kushti || Dangal ka Khel at Bikaner Camel Festival 2018
 
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desi kushti. dangal ka khel. real indian wrestling in village on sand ground at bikaner camel festival 2018 videos. gaon ka kusti akhada. भारत की असली देशी कुश्ती || Indian Desi Kushti || Dangal ka Khel at Bikaner Camel Festival 2018. If you like my videos, please subscribe to my channel by clicking on the link : https://www.youtube.com/user/azadjain001
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Funny street magic show - latest Indian street magic show | comedy magic show | full entertainments
 
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Indian Village Woman making Raw House, building hut(Cottage) Shilpgram Udaipur,Rajasthan,India
 
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Indian Village Women making Raw House, building huts(Cottage) Shilpgram Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. झोपड़ी Indian Village Women making Raw House, building huts, cottage, Shilpgram Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. A hut is a primitive dwelling, which may be constructed of various local materials. Huts are a type of vernacular architecture because they are built of readily available materials such as wood, snow, ice, stone, grass, palm leaves, branches, hides, fabric, and/or mud using techniques passed down through the generations. A hut is a shape of a lower quality than a house (durable, well built dwelling) but higher quality than a shelter (place of refuge or safety) such as a tent and is used as temporary or seasonal shelter or in primitive societies as a permanent dwelling. Huts exist in practically all nomadic cultures. Some huts are transportable and can stand most conditions of weather. The term is often employed by people who consider non-western style homes in tropical and sub-tropical areas to be crude or primitive, but often the designs are based on traditions of local craftsmanship using sophisticated architectural techniques. The designs in tropical and sub-tropical areas favour high airflow configurations built from non-conducting materials, which allow heat dissipation. The term house or home is considered by some to be more appropriate. In the Western world the word hut is often used for a wooden shed. The term has also been adopted by climbers and backpackers to refer to a more solid and permanent structure offering refuge. These vary from simple bothies – which are little more than very basic shelters – to mountain huts that are far more luxurious and can even include facilities such as restaurants. The word comes from the 1650s, from French hutte "cottage" (16c.), from Middle High German hütte "cottage, hut," probably from Proto-Germanic *hudjon-, related to the root of Old English hydan "to hide," from PIE *keudh-, from root (s)keu- (see hide (n.1)). Apparently first in English as a military word. Old Saxon hutta, Danish hytte, Swedish hytta, Frisian and Middle Dutch hutte, Dutch hut are from High German."[2] related to hide, a covering. Huts are used by shepherds when moving livestock between seasonal grazing areas such as mountainous and lowland pastures (transhumance). They are also commonly used by backpackers and other travelers in rural areas. Some displaced populations of people use huts throughout the world during a diaspora. For example, temporary collectors in the wilderness agricultural workers at plantations in the Amazon jungle. Huts have been built for purposes other than as a dwelling such as storage, workshops, and teaching. Balok – A Siberian wilderness hut made of logs, usually communal, used by hunters, fishermen and travelers in the more distant parts of Siberia. Some baloks are mobile and mounted on sleds. Barabara – An earth sheltered winter home of the Aleut people Barracks – an old term for a temporary hut,[1] now more used as a term for military housing and a unique hay storage structure called a hay barrack. Bothy – Originally a one-room hut for men farm workers in the United Kingdom, now a mountain hut for overnight hikers. Burdei or bordei – a dugout or pit-house with a sod roof in Ukraine, Canada Cabana – an open shelter Chozo also spelled chozo – Spanish for hut, term also used in Mexico. Clochán – A dry stone hut in Ireland Earth lodge – Native American dwelling HORSA hut - A prefabricated school building built to cope with additional demand from the Education Act 1944 Hytte – A cabin or hut in Norway Igloo – A hut made of pieces of hard snow or ice Kolba – Afghanistan Laing hut - prefabricated lightweight timber wall sections bolted together, externally clad with plasterboard and felt. Designed 1940 for barrack accommodation[3] Lodge is a general term for a hut or cabin such as a log cabin or cottage. Lodge is used to refer to a tipi, sweat lodge, and hunting, fishing, skiing, and safari lodge. Mitato – A small, dry stone hut in Greece Orri – A French dry stone and sod hut Pratten hut - A prefabricated building generally used in schools for classrooms in the UK after World War 2. Rondavel – Central and South Africa Sheiling – Originally a temporary shelter or hut for shepherds, now may be a stone building. Common in Scotland. Sod house – A pioneer house type on the American Plains where wood was scarce. Tipi – Central North America tent Tule hut – Coastal North America, West Coast, Northern California Oca – Brazil Quinzhee – A shelter made in a pile of snow Yurt – Central and North Asia Many huts are designed to be relatively quick and inexpensive to build. Construction often does not require specialized tools or knowledge. Hut is used to name commercial stores, companies, and concepts. The name implies a small, casual venue, often with a fun and friendly atmosphere. Examples include Pizza Hut and Sunglass Hut.
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Milking Goat by Hand in India.Indian Village Raniwada Rajasthan
 
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goat milking by hand in india. milking goat. indian village raniwada rajasthan. goat milk. bakri. बकरी का दूध दोहते हुए वीडियो. milkman. goat farm. milk dairy. cattle farm. dairy goats. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goat) The domestic goat (Capra aegagrus hircus) is a subspecies of goat domesticated from the wild goat of southwest Asia and Eastern Europe. The goat is a member of the family Bovidae and is closely related to the sheep as both are in the goat-antelope subfamily Caprinae. There are over 300 distinct breeds of goat.[1] Goats are one of the oldest domesticated species, and have been used for their milk, meat, hair, and skins over much of the world.[2] In 2011, there were more than 924 million live goats around the globe, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization.[3] Female goats are referred to as "does" or "nannies;" intact males are called "bucks" or "billies;" and juveniles of both sexes are called "kids". Castrated males are called "wethers". Goat meat from younger animals is called "kid" or cabrito (Spanish), while meat from older animals is known simply as "goat" or sometimes called chevon, or in some areas "mutton" (which more often refers to adult sheep meat). A goat is useful to humans when it is living and when it is dead, first as a renewable provider of milk, manure, and fiber, and then as meat and hide.[35] Some charities provide goats to impoverished people in poor countries, because goats are easier and cheaper to manage than cattle, and have multiple uses. In addition, goats are used for driving and packing purposes. The intestine of goats is used to make "catgut", which is still in use as a material for internal human surgical sutures and strings for musical instruments. The horn of the goat, which signifies plenty and wellbeing (the cornucopia), is also used to make spoons.
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मारवाड़ी घोड़े की ट्रेनिंग || Marwari Horse Training Video || Marwadi Ghoda || Horse Breeds in India
 
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Cow Video for Indian Children and Kids | Hindu Woman worship Cow in goshala | गाय माता की पूजा
 
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Homeless Poor Old Age Indian Man living Miserable Life in Junjani,Bhinmal,Rajasthan,India
 
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2017 Queer Azaadi Mumbai Pride March HD Video Part 7.Indian LGBT,Gay,Lesbian,transgender India
 
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Community Queer Azaadi Mumbai (abbreviated as QAM, "Azaadi" meaning "freedom" in Hindi) is an annual LGBT pride parade that is held in the Indian city of Mumbai.MumbaiPride17.The first Queer Azaadi Mumbai march was held on August 16, 2008 where about 500 people marched from Gowalia Tank (popularly known as August Kranti Maidan) to Girgaum Chowpatty.[1][2] The next march will be the eighth edition of the march 2017 Queer Azaadi Mumbai Pride March HD Video Part 7.Indian LGBT,Gay,Lesbian,transgender India
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Marwar Bhinmal Railway Station Outside View.Hotels,Stalls,Roads.भीनमाल रेलवे स्टेशन.Small Town India
 
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indian village video. rajastan village. Marwar Bhinmal Railway Station Outside View. Hotels, Stalls, Roads. भीनमाल रेलवे स्टेशन.Small Town India Indian small town.Outside Bhinmal railway station View, Hotels, Stalls, Roads etc. भीनमाल Bhinmal (old names: Bhillamala and Srimala is a town in the Jalore District of Rajasthan, India. It is 72 km south of Jalore town. The town is the birthplace of the Sanskrit poet Magha and mathematician and astronomer Brahmagupta. Transport Bhinmal is connected to Rajasthan state and other major cities of India by road as well as Railway. The local transportation system within the city includes Auto-Riksha only. Bhinmal is on Samadari-Bhildi section of North Western Railway. The name of railway station is Marwar Bhinmal. The railway tracks are broad gauge.Bhinmal is connected to all major cities by all weather roads. Economy The economy of the town and surrounding area is mainly based on agriculture and animal husbandry. Oilseeds (especially mustard oilseeds) are the predominant crop. Jeera, wheat, bajra, kharif pulses, barley, jowar and seasmum are other produces. Bhinmal is the main Mandi (market) for agricultural produce of the area. The town has Krishi Upaj Mandi Samiti ( Agricultural Produce Market Committee) . Food Corporation of India has its warehouses here. The town is main supply point for various agricultural inputs like fertilisers, seeds and pesticides and for agricultural implements, motors, tractors and spare parts. Bhinmal is known for fine quality of Mojari (embroided lather shoes) . The small towns nearby bhinmal also had fine workers of Mojari.There are many types of mojari like badagaun, panjabi, tarawali,jariwali, left-right and goal ru jodu are made by the workers called jeenagar. There are no large- or medium-size industries in the Bhinmal RICO industrial area. The predominant small scale industries are granite slabs and tiles, marble cutting and polishing, mustard seed crushing, skimmed milk powder, butter and ghee, handloom cloth, and leather shoes (mojari). Accommodation There are many hotels in the town. Some well known hotels are: Hotel Samarat,Hotel Gokul Palace,Hotel Gurudev,Hotel Neelkamal,Hotel Rajdeep and Hotel Sagar. The heritage hotel known as Castle Durjan Niwas is at village Daspan 25 km from Bhinmal. There is a Government Rest house too run by Public Works Department (PWD). Education The town has a graduate/degree College called G K Gowani Govt. College affiliated to Jai narain vyas university, Jodhpur and accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council(NAAC).On 23 August 2013 Bhinmal college is upgraded to Post-Graduate by Department of College Education, Govt of Rajasthan. Now GK Gowani Govt College, Bhinmal will act as the Post-Graduate extension centre (HINDI) to cater to the higher educational needs of rural and semi urban students of town and this region. This city also has a Govt. Girls School (Govt.G.Sec.Sr.Sch.) up to senior secondary level. Bhinmal has more than 160 primary and middle schools run by education department of Rajasthan government as well as private sector. Medical/Hospital Facility Bhinmal town has good medical facilities. The town has a government referral hospital near gandhi maidaan and many private hospitals. There is an Aryuvedic hospital too. And also in government hospital there are good facilities. there are almost 13 Private Hospital in Bhinmal city. Banking Four nationalised Banks State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur, Punjab National Bank, Bank of Baroda, yes bank, kotak Mahindra bank, Bank of India and State Bank of India have their branches here. Temples in Bhinmal Jain Temples Bahatter Jinalayas Lakshmi Wallabh Parshwanath Mahavira Swami Jain temple Parshvanatha Jain temple [Hathi pole] Shantinath Jain temple [Ganesh chowk] Gandhi Mehta Ka Vaas (4 Jain temple complex dedicated to VasuPujya, Shantinath, Parshvanatha and Mahavira ) Gaudi Parshvanatha Jain temple. Kirti Stambh Jain Temple [Tower Temple]. Laxmi vallabha Parshvanatha (72 jeenalay - complex of 72 Temple dedicated to 72 Jain Tirthankar), Jalore Road. Hindu Temple Khimat Mataji / Kshemekari Mataji Temple (Mataji ki Bhakri temple)- Kul Devi of Doshi's, Vanigota's, Solanki's, Morakhiya's and in all 84 total kul (sect). Nagdevta Temple (Gogaji) at Mataji Road - Kuldevta of Jogani's Varaha Shyam temple Chandinath temple Neel Kantha Mahadev temple Mahalaxmi temple, Mahalaxmi road Baba Ramdevji temple {mataji ki bhakri} meghwal samaj Gayatri temple Monuments Chandinath Baori (Bavadi) (9th century) Jeevdaya Gaushala Jakoba Talab (8th century) Bal samundra pond Distances Nearest Airports: Jodhpur 200 km; Udaipur 230 km;Ahmedabad: 280 km Nearest airstrips: Noon Jalore; Sirohi; Abu Road; Deesa. By Road Jodhpur :200 km; Jalore:72 km; Sirohi:73 km; Mount Abu:170 km; Palanpur:120 km Ranakpur:140 km; Jaisalmer:335 km; Ahmedabad: 315 km; Abu Road:125 km.
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राजस्थान भीनमाल स्ट्रीट फ़ूड,देखोगे तो मुँह में पानी आ जायेगा.Rajasthan Bhinmal Street Food
 
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Street food. Indian street food. Rajasthan street food. bhinmal. bhinmal video. rajasthan food. rajasthani food. street food video. marwar bhinmal. marwad bhinmal. bhinmal videos. food stalls. food stalls video. food stall. indian food. indian food video. khau gali. desi food. desi food video. marwad. marwar. food. marwadi food. marwari food. marwadi khana. khana. veg food. pure veg food. vegetarian food. राजस्थान भीनमाल स्ट्रीट फ़ूड,देखोगे तो मुँह में पानी आ जायेगा.Rajasthan Bhinmal Street Food. Street food is ready-to-eat food or drink sold by a hawker, or vendor, in a street or other public place, such as at a market or fair. It is often sold from a portable food booth,[1] food cart, or food truck and meant for immediate consumption. Some street foods are regional, but many have spread beyond their region of origin. Most street foods are classed as both finger food and fast food, and are cheaper on average than restaurant meals. According to a 2007 study from the Food and Agriculture Organization, 2.5 billion people eat street food every day. Today, people may purchase street food for a number of reasons, such as to get flavourful food for a reasonable price in a sociable setting, to experience ethnic cuisines, or for nostalgia. Bhinmal (old names: Bhillamala and Srimala[1]) is a town in the Jalore District of Rajasthan, India. It is 72 kilometres (45 mi) south of Jalore town. Bhinmal was the capital of Gurjaradesa, comprising southern Rajasthan and northern Gujarat of modern times. The town is the birthplace of the Sanskrit poet Magha and mathematician-astronomer Brahmagupta. Bhinmal is connected to Rajasthan state and other major cities of India by road as well as Railway. The local transportation system within the city includes Auto-Riksha only. Bhinmal is on Samadari-Bhildi section of North Western Railway. The name of railway station is Marwar Bhinmal. The railway tracks are broad gauge.Bhinmal is connected to all major cities by all weather roads. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhinmal)
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Otter Eating.Endangered Animal Giant River Otter eating Fish.Memerang Gergasi.Feeding at Singapore
 
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otter. otters, otter eating video. endangered animal giant river otter. Giant River Otter Video. otter. otter video. Memerang Gergasi. Pteronura brasiliensis. River Safari Singapore. giant otter. giant otter video. giant otter hd video. giant otter eating food. feeding animals in singapore. singapore zoo feeding. river safari otter. otter feeding. otter video. animal feeding video. Endangered Animal video. Endangered Animals video. river safari feeding animal video. feeding animals in zoo. feeding time singapore zoo. Giant River Otter eating Fish.Memerang Gergasi.Pteronura brasiliensis.Feeding Animals at Singapore. The giant otter or giant river otter[3] (Pteronura brasiliensis) is a South American carnivorous mammal. It is the longest member of the Mustelidae, or weasel family, a globally successful group of predators, reaching up to 1.7 m (5.6 ft). Atypical of mustelids, the giant otter is a social species, with family groups typically supporting three to eight members. The groups are centered on a dominant breeding pair and are extremely cohesive and cooperative. Although generally peaceful, the species is territorial, and aggression has been observed between groups. The giant otter is diurnal, being active exclusively during daylight hours. It is the noisiest otter species, and distinct vocalizations have been documented that indicate alarm, aggressiveness, and reassurance. The giant otter ranges across north-central South America; it lives mostly in and along the Amazon River and in the Pantanal. Its distribution has been greatly reduced and is now discontinuous. Decades of poaching for its velvety pelt, peaking in the 1950s and 1960s, considerably diminished population numbers. The species was listed as endangered in 1999 and wild population estimates are typically below 5,000. The Guianas are one of the last real strongholds for the species, which also enjoys modest numbers — and significant protection — in the Peruvian Amazonian basin. It is one of the most endangered mammal species in the neotropics. Habitat degradation and loss is the greatest current threat. The giant otter is also rare in captivity; in 2003, only 60 animals were being held.[4] The giant otter shows a variety of adaptations suitable to an amphibious lifestyle, including exceptionally dense fur, a wing-like tail, and webbed feet. The species prefers freshwater rivers and streams, which are usually seasonally flooded, and may also take to freshwater lakes and springs. It constructs extensive campsites close to feeding areas, clearing large amounts of vegetation. The giant otter subsists almost exclusively on a diet of fish, particularly characins and catfish, but may also eat crabs, turtles, snakes and small caiman.[5] It has no serious natural predators other than humans, although it must compete with other species, including the neotropical otter and caiman species, for food resources.
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Leeladhari Mahadev Temple Mountain.Mandar.Sirohi.Rajasthan.Liladhari Mahadev Mandir.लीलाधारी महादेव
 
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Leeladhari Mahadev Temple Mountain. Mandar. Sirohi. Rajasthan. Liladhari Mahadev Mandir.लीलाधारी महादेव Liladhari Mahadev - At Mandar Temple on Mountain near Rajasthan, Gujarat Boarder, India Hindu Temple on Mountain near Rajasthan, Gujarat Boarder, India. A temple (from the Latin word templum) is a structure reserved for religious or spiritual rituals and activities such as prayer and sacrifice. It is typically used for such buildings belonging to all faiths where a more specific term such as church, mosque or synagogue is not generally used in English. These include Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism among religions with many modern followers, as well as other ancient religions such as Ancient Egyptian religion. The form and function of temples is thus very variable, though they are often considered by believers to be in some sense the "house" of one or more deities. Typically offerings of some sort are made to the deity, and other rituals enacted, and a special group of clergy maintain and operate the temple. The degree to which the whole population of believers can access the building varies significantly; often parts or even the whole main building can only be accessed by the clergy. Temples typically have a main building and a larger precinct, which may contain many other buildings. The word comes from the Ancient Rome, where a templum constituted a sacred precinct as defined by a priest, or augur.[1] It has the same root as the word "template," a plan in preparation of the building that was marked out on the ground by the augur. Templa also became associated with the dwelling places of a god or gods. Despite the specific set of meanings associated with the Ancient Roman religion, the word has now become quite widely used to describe a house of worship for any number of religions and is even used for time periods prior to the Romans. Hindu temples are known by many different names, varying on region and language, including Alayam,[2] Mandir, Mandira, Ambalam, Gudi, Kavu, Koil, Kovil, Déul, Raul, Devasthana, Degul and Devalaya. Hindu temples are large and magnificent with a rich history. There is evidence of use of sacred ground as far back as the Bronze Age and later the Indus Valley Civilization. Hindu temples have been built in various countries around the world, including Nepal, Mauritius, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Great Britain, the United States, Australia, South Africa and Canada. Buddhist temples, They include the structures called stupa, wat and pagoda in different regions and languages. Temples in Buddhism represent the pure land or pure environment of a Buddha. Traditional Buddhist temples are designed to inspire inner and outer peace. Jain temple is the place of worship for Jains, the followers of Jainism.[4] Some famous Jain temples are Shikharji, Palitana Jain Temples, Ranakpur Jain Temple, Shravan Belgola, Dilwara Temples and Lal Mandir. Jain temples are built with various architectural designs. Jain temples in North India are completely different from the Jain temples in South India, which in turn are quite different from Jain temples in West India. Additionally, a Manastambha (meaning column of honor) is a pillar that is often constructed in front of Jain temples. The temple of Mesopotamia derived from the cult of gods and deities in the Mesopotamian religion. It spanned several civilizations; from Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, and Babylonian. The most common temple architecture of Mesopotamia is the structure of sun-baked bricks called a Ziggurat, having the form of a terraced step pyramid with flat upper terrace where the shrine or temple stood. Ancient Egyptian temples were meant as places for the deities to reside on earth. Indeed, the term the Egyptians most commonly used to describe the temple building, ḥwt-nṯr, means "mansion (or enclosure) of a god".[5] A god's presence in the temple linked the human and divine realms and allowed humans to interact with the god through ritual. These rituals, it was believed, sustained the god and allowed it to continue to play its proper role in nature. They were therefore a key part of the maintenance of maat, the ideal order of nature and of human society in Egyptian belief.[6] Maintaining maat was the entire purpose of Egyptian religion,[7] and thus it was the purpose of a temple as well.[8] Ancient Egyptian temples were also of economic significance to Egyptian society. The temples stored and redistributed grain and came to own large portions of the nation's arable land (some estimate as much as 33% by the New Kingdom period).[9] In addition, many of these Egyptian temples utilized the Tripartite Floor Plan in order to draw visitors to the center room. Though today we call most Greek religious buildings "temples," the ancient pagans would have referred to a temenos, or sacred precinct.
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2017 Queer Azaadi Mumbai Pride March Parede HD Video Part 3.QAM Walk.India.Indian Gay Lesbian
 
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Community Queer Azaadi Mumbai (abbreviated as QAM, "Azaadi" meaning "freedom" in Hindi) is an annual LGBT pride parade that is held in the Indian city of Mumbai.MumbaiPride17.The first Queer Azaadi Mumbai march was held on August 16, 2008 where about 500 people marched from Gowalia Tank (popularly known as August Kranti Maidan) to Girgaum Chowpatty.[1][2] The next march will be the eighth edition of the march 2017 Queer Azaadi Mumbai Pride March Parede HD Video Part 3.QAM Walk.India.Indian Gay Lesbian
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Udaipur Gangaur Ghat.Best Relaxing Place at.Lake Pichola.tourists India.उदयपुर गणगौर घाट.Rajasthan
 
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udaipur. gangaur ghat. lake pichola. pichola jheel. Best Relaxing Place in Udaipur Gangaur Ghat.Lake Pichola.tourists in India.उदयपुर गणगौर घाट.Rajasthan Gangaur Ghat or Gangori Ghat is a main ghat situated near the waterfront of Lake Pichola in Udaipur. It is situated near the Jagdish Chowk area. It is known for Bagore-ki-Haveli, a popular tourist destination of the city. Gangaur Ghat is a popular destination of celebration of large number of cultural festivals: Gangaur festival[edit] Gangaur is one of the most important local festivals in Rajasthan.[2] Traditional processions of Gangaur commences from the City Palace, and several other places, which passes through various areas of the city. The procession is headed by an old palanquins, chariots, bullock carts and performance by folk artistes. After the processions are complete, the idols of Gan and Gauri are brought to this ghat and immersed in the Lake Pichola from here. Jal-Jhulni Ekadashi[edit] The Jal-Jhulni Gyaras, or Jal-Jhulni Ekadashi is a popular event celebrated around Gangaur Ghat. On the 11th day of each waxing (Shukla paksha) and waning moon (Krishna paksha), different processions start from the various parts of the city and end at one point i.e. Gangaur Ghat where people swing the idols of Lord Krishna in child form (Baal Gopal) in the Lake Pichola. These procession are called Ram Revdies. Udaipur (About this sound pronunciation (help·info)) is a major city, municipal corporation and the administrative headquarters of the Udaipur district in the Indian state of Rajasthan.[2] It is the historic capital of the kingdom of Mewar in the former Rajputana Agency. Maharana Udai Singh of the Sisodia clan of Rajput founded the city 1553,[3] and shifted his capital from the city of Chittorgarh to Udaipur. It remained as the capital city till 1818 when it became a British princely state,[4] and thereafter the Mewar province became a part of Rajasthan when India gained independence in 1947.[5] Udaipur is a very popular tourist destination. Known for its history, culture, scenic locations and the Rajput-era palaces. Gangaur[47][48] is one of the most important local festivals in Rajasthan. In some form or the other it is celebrated all over Rajasthan. "gan" is a synonym for Lord Shiva and "gauri" or "gaur" stands for Goddess Parvati, the heavenly consort of Lord Shiva. Gangaur celebrates the union of the two and is a symbol of conjugal and marital happiness. It is celebrated in the month of Chaitra (March–April), the first month of the Hindu calendar. This month marks the end of winter and the onset of spring. This festival is celebrated especially by women, who worship clay idols of "Gan" & "Gauri" in their houses. These idols are worshiped by the virgins who seek the blessings of Gan and Gauri for a good spouse, while the married women pray for the good health and long life of their husbands. On the eve of Gangaur festival, women decorate their palms and fingers with henna. Udaipur has the privilege of having a dedicated Ghat named after Gangaur. Gangaur Ghat or Gangori Ghat is situated on the waterfront of Lake Pichola. This ghat servers as prime location for celebration of multiple festivals, including Gangaur festival. The idols of Gan and Gauri are immersed in the Lake Pichola from this ghat. A traditional procession of Gangaur commences from the City Palace which passes through various areas of the city. The procession is headed by an old palanquins, chariots, bullock carts and performance by folk artistes.
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मुंबई एसी लोकल का पहला दिन || Mumbai AC Local Train First Day Trip Video || Indian Railway
 
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mumbai ac local train video from inside, first day trip to churchgate. travel by first class local rail in india. indian railway new trains. mumbai local transportation. मुंबई एसी लोकल का पहला दिन || Mumbai AC Local Train First Day Trip Video || Indian Railway. If you like my videos, please subscribe to my channel by clicking on the link : https://www.youtube.com/user/azadjain001 mumbai ac local, mumbai ac local train, mumbai ac local train inside, mumbai local train, mumbai first ac local train, mumbai ac local video, mumbai ac local train video, mumbai ac local first look, mumbai local trains videos, mumbai ac train videos, mumbai train, मुंबई एसी लोकल, मुंबई लोकल, bombay local train, mumbai local train videos, first day mumbai ac local, mumbai ac local train first day, mumbai ac local train first trip
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Jaipur Hawa Mahal Full HD Video.Rajasthan Tourist Video.Indian Historic Places
 
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jaipur. hawa mahal. हवा महल जयपुर | hawa mahal jaipur rajasthan, hawa mahal (tourist attraction), hawa mahal story in hindi, jaipur hawa mahal history in hindi, hawa mahal jaipur, hawa mahal location, hawa mahal information, jaipur, hawa mahal inside, hawa mahal movie, hawa mahal full movie, mahal jaipur rajasthan, places to visit in jaipur, things to do in jaipur, rajasthan, palace of winds, हवा महल जयपुर, jaipur (indian city), rajasthan (indian state), hawamahal, जयपुर हवा महल का इतिहास हिंदी में, travel, mughal architecture, tourist attractions, travel rajasthan, travel jaipur, tourist place, हवा महल, tourism (interest), india (country), tourist destination, jaipur city. jaipur video. Most Famous Tourist Place in Jaipur Hawa Mahal (English translation: "Palace of Winds" or "Palace of the Breeze") is a palace in Jaipur, India, so named because it was essentially a high screen wall built so the women of the royal household could observe street festivals while unseen from the outside. Constructed of red and pink sandstone, the palace sits on the edge of the City Palace, and extends to the zenana, or women's chambers. The structure was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. He was so intimidated and inspired by unique structure of Khetri Mahal and he built the grand and historical Hawa Mahal. It was designed by Lal Chand Ustad in the form of the crown of Krishna, the Hindu god. Its unique five-storey exterior is akin to the honeycomb of a beehive with its 953 small windows called jharokhas decorated with intricate latticework.[1] The original intention of the lattice was to allow royal ladies to observe everyday life in the street below without being seen, since they had to obey strict "purdah" (face cover). In 2006, restoration and renovation works on the Mahal were undertaken, after a gap of 50 years, to give a face lift to the monument at an estimated cost of Rs 4568 million.[4] The corporate sector lent a hand to preserve the historical monuments of Jaipur and the Unit Trust of India has adopted Hawa Mahal to maintain it.[5] The palace is an extended part of a huge complex. The stone-carved screens, small casements and arched roofs are some of the features of this popular tourist spot. The monument also has delicately modeled hanging cornices. Like several other monuments of Jaipur, the palace is also constructed using sandstone. The palace is a five-storey pyramidal shaped monument that rises 50 feet (15 m) from its high base. The top three floors of the structure have a dimension of one room width while the first and second floors have patios in front of them. The front elevation, as seen from the street, is like a honeycomb web of a beehive, built with small portholes. Each porthole has miniature windows and carved sandstone grills, finials and domes. It gives the appearance of a mass of semi-octagonal bays, giving the monument its unique façade. The inner face on the back side of the building consists of need-based chambers built with pillars and corridors with minimal ornamentation, and reach up to the top floor. Lal Chand Ustad was the architect of this unique structure. Built in red and pink coloured sand stone, in keeping with the décor of the other monuments in the city, its colour is a full testimony to the epithet of "Pink City" given to Jaipur. Its façade depicting 953 niches with intricately carved jharokhas (some are made of wood) is a stark contrast to the plain looking rear side of the structure. Its cultural and architectural heritage is a true reflection of a fusion of Hindu Rajput architecture and the Islamic Mughal architecture; the Rajput style is seen in the form of domed canopies, fluted pillars, lotus and floral patterns, and the Islamic style as evident in its stone inlay filigree work and arches (as distinguished from its similarity with the Panch Mahal - the palace of winds - at Fatehpur Sikri).[8] The entry to the Hawa Mahal from the city palace side is through an imperial door. It opens into a large courtyard, which has double storeyed buildings on three sides, with the Hawa Mahal enclosing it on the east side. An archaeological museum is also housed in this courtyard. The top two floors of the Hawa Mahal are accessed only through ramps. The Mahal is maintained by the archaeological Department of the Government of Rajasthan. The palace, called a "specimen of fanciful architecture". Entry to the Hawa Mahal is not from the front but from a side road to the rear end. Facing the Hawa Mahal, turning right and again to the first right, leads to an archway entry and then to the rear side of the building.[11] It is particularly striking when viewed early in the morning, lit with the golden light of sunrise. Beautiful Hawa Mahal, Jaipur Full HD Video.Rajasthan Tourist Video.Indian Historic Places
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Panvel Railway Station Local Train Harbour Line Full Video.New/Navi Mumbai.पनवेल रेलवे,नवी मुम्बई
 
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panvel railway station. panvel station. navi mumbai railway station. panvel local train. panvel video. panvel. harbour line mumbai. mumbai harbour line. panvel city. mumbai panvel station. panvel station video. navi mumbai station. panvel train. panvel local. panvel junction.पनवेल. harbour line station. harbour railway. local train. harbour line. panvel station mumbai. panvel train station. Panvel Railway Station Local Train Harbour Line Full Video.New/Navi Mumbai.पनवेल रेलवे स्टेशन,नवी मुम्बई Panvel is a passenger rail station located in the Panvel suburb of Navi Mumbai. The station serves the Harbour Line and Central zone of the Mumbai Suburban Railway. It also inter-connects to the proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport, integrating along with Palm Beach Marg.[3] Panvel station was originally opened as an rail freight transport in 1962, for limited service to Diva railway station. Regular commuter service began in 1964 for passengers headed to Khopoli. Inbound and outbound trains shares a nine-car platform on the inbound track, requiring Panvel passengers to embark or debark from the forthcoming coaches of outbound trains or the rear coaches of inbound trains. Panvel also serves a parallel route for Karjat railway station which is known as the "Panvel-Karjat route".[5] The route has been set up for cargo services travelling from Karjat to Navi Mumbai. An in-development terminus of the station has been proposed in 2007. The Navi Mumbai Municipal Transport buses from the station serve the Old Panvel; it is expected to increase ridership at Old Panvel from 94% total daily boardings and alightings.[7] After the success of the bus services, NMMT proposed to expand the bus services from the station. Panvel-Diva era[edit] The station was introduced as the "Panvel-Diva railway line", serving as rail freight transport in 1962 and was used as cargo services. The Indian Railways ministry had commissioned as the independent commuter railway services in 1964. In 2007, the Central Railways ministries had proposed to develop a terminus, serving the inbound and outbound long distance express trains.[9] According to the general manager, V. K. Kaul, it was announced that the project will be developed with an expenditure of ₹22 crore (US$3.3 million).[6] City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) stated that the corporation also has a two-third of expenditure on the project and the CR has the major expenditure plan. The Mankhurd - Belapur - Panvel Railway Corridor Line was first commissioned on 25 January 1995 as a single line connecting to Khandeshwar station from Belapur station. The line was subsequently expanded to Panvel on 29 June 1998. On 14 April 2000, the line got subsequently expanded as double line services from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus to Panvel.[13] The Panvel/Belapur - Uran Corridor Line was originally planned in 1996, but later it was halted due to unknown reasons in 2008. The planned stations between the route including Seawoods, Sagar Sangam, Targhar, Bamandongari, Kharkopar, Gavhan, Ranjanpada, Nava-Sheva, Dronagiri and Uran with a length of 27 kilometres (17 mi), will be developed in the first phase of the project in 2017 Implementation of shuttle train services In 2012, CIDCO had proposed a 25 kilometres (16 mi) metro corridor of Navi Mumbai Metro, linking from Belapur to the proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport.on January 2016, the CST-Panvel elevated corridor project was proposed by Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation (MVRC) to connect the route along Palm Beach Marg to the proposed international airport.The report was revised on February 2016 of the project and was stated that the corridor will be integrated with the Navi Mumbai Metro, connecting the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport to the proposed airport. On June 2014, it was announced that the Panvel-Karjat route will get track extension under the phase 3 of the Mumbai Urban Transport Project scheme. Under Construction projects in panvel - Hiranandani Fortune City, Panvel‎ Panvel Hills, Express City, Shree Dattnath Aangan, Kalash City, Space India, Himgiri Greens, Swaraj Lagoona, Indiabulls Greens Phase 1 & 2, Siddhivinayak Eden, Qualitas Gardens, Konnark River City, Dharti Green Acres, Greenwood Estates, Paradise Sai World City, Arihant Akanksha, Royale Ozone, Qualcon Green Meadows, Hiranandani Palace Gardens, Vaastusiddhi Alps, Hiranandani Fortune City Phase, Marathon Nexzone, Xrbia Express City, Grow Homes Riverside Greens, Prayag Gurudarshan, Blue Crest, Ashiyana Panvel Paradise, Kailash Uptown, Mahalaxmi Aangan, Bombay Kritika River View, Fortune Belleza, Sahara Homes, Garnet Brillante, Lakhanis La Riveria, Space Prakriti Sparsh, Monarch Greenscapes, La Arihant Enclave, Greenwood Estate Phase, Padmavati Lifestyle Phase, Kalpataru Waterfront, Yashraj Sai Simran, Radhe Krishna Harmony, Arihant Amisha,... etc.
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Giant River Otter Swimming very fast in Aquarium Otters Fish Tank at River Safari Singapore
 
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otter. otters. aquarium videos. fish tank. pet otter. cute otter. otters. river otter. giant otter. funny otter. otter videos. otters video. Giant River Otter Swimming very fast in Aquarium Otters Fish Tank at River Safari Singapore. aquarium animals. ऊद. ऊदबिलाव. wildlife. loutre. lontra. オッター. 獭. 獺. Berang-berang. นาก. 수달. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giant_otter) The giant otter or giant river otter[3] (Pteronura brasiliensis) is a South American carnivorous mammal. It is the longest member of the Mustelidae, or weasel family, a globally successful group of predators, reaching up to 1.7 m (5.6 ft). Atypical of mustelids, the giant otter is a social species, with family groups typically supporting three to eight members. The groups are centered on a dominant breeding pair and are extremely cohesive and cooperative. Although generally peaceful, the species is territorial, and aggression has been observed between groups. The giant otter is diurnal, being active exclusively during daylight hours. It is the noisiest otter species, and distinct vocalizations have been documented that indicate alarm, aggressiveness, and reassurance. The giant otter ranges across north-central South America; it lives mostly in and along the Amazon River and in the Pantanal. Its distribution has been greatly reduced and is now discontinuous. Decades of poaching for its velvety pelt, peaking in the 1950s and 1960s, considerably diminished population numbers. The species was listed as endangered in 1999 and wild population estimates are typically below 5,000. The Guianas are one of the last real strongholds for the species, which also enjoys modest numbers — and significant protection — in the Peruvian Amazonian basin. It is one of the most endangered mammal species in the neotropics. Habitat degradation and loss is the greatest current threat. The giant otter is also rare in captivity; in 2003, only 60 animals were being held.[4] The giant otter shows a variety of adaptations suitable to an amphibious lifestyle, including exceptionally dense fur, a wing-like tail, and webbed feet. The species prefers freshwater rivers and streams, which are usually seasonally flooded, and may also take to freshwater lakes and springs. It constructs extensive campsites close to feeding areas, clearing large amounts of vegetation. The giant otter subsists almost exclusively on a diet of fish, particularly characins and catfish, but may also eat crabs, turtles, snakes and small caiman.[5] It has no serious natural predators other than humans, although it must compete with other species, including the neotropical otter and caiman species, for food resources. The giant otter is a highly social animal and lives in extended family groups. Group sizes are anywhere from two to 20 members, but likely average between three and eight.[13] (Larger figures may reflect two or three family groups temporarily feeding together.)[34] The groups are strongly cohesive: the otters sleep, play, travel, and feed together. Group members share roles, structured around the dominant breeding pair. The species is territorial, with groups marking their ranges with latrines, gland secretions, and vocalizations.[35] At least one case of a change in alpha relationship has been reported, with a new male taking over the role; the mechanics of the transition were not determined.[36] Duplaix suggests a division between "residents", who are established within groups and territories, and nomadic and solitary "transients"; the categories do not seem rigid, and both may be a normal part of the giant otter life cycle.[37] One tentative theory for the development of sociality in mustelids is that locally abundant, but unpredictably dispersed, prey causes groups to form.[38] Aggression within the species ("intraspecific" conflict) has been documented. Defence against intruding animals appears to be cooperative: while adult males typically lead in aggressive encounters, cases of alpha females guarding groups have been reported.[36] One fight was directly observed in the Brazilian Pantanal in which three animals violently engaged a single individual near a range boundary.[35] In another instance in Brazil, a carcass was found with clear indications of violent assault by other otters, including bites to the snout and genitals, an attack pattern similar to that exhibited by captive animals.[39] While not rare among large predators in general, intraspecific aggression is uncommon among otter species; Ribas and Mourão suggest a correlation to the animal's sociability, which is also rare among other otters.[35] A capacity for aggressive behavior should not be overstated with the giant otter. Researchers emphasize that even between groups, conflict avoidance is generally adopted.[40][41] Within groups, the animals are extremely peaceful and cooperative. Group hierarchies are not rigid and the animals easily share roles.
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