Friday, 21 October 2011

South India Temple Tour

South India is an unbelievable land most famous all over the world for its artistic and charming temples. Tourists come here from all over global to see them which glorious and magnificent history of south India. This land Temples Tour will get you to the mainly charming and wonderful destinations. Even though, South India’s entire temple are beautiful, wonderful and have their personal unique mythological import but most popular temples are Balaji Temple of Tirupati, Ramanathaswamy Temple in Tamil Nadu, Shore Temple in Mahabalipuram, Kamakshi Anmma and Sundareswarar.


It is land of sheer natural beauty and rich cultural heritages. Will you visit any city in this land and you find charm temples decoration with beautiful mythological legends. Their architectural styles and beauty deserves particular mention.

Pristine charm of sun-kissed on the beaches, backwater beauty, ancient cultural and tradition, coffee plantations, aroma of spice, National Park and attractive wildlife sanctuaries and Kerala offers something for all types of travelers. These temples are of vast religious, cultural and emotional significance to the people.

Some of the Most Famous Temples are-----

Balaji Temple of Tirupati

This temple dedicated to Lord God of Venkateswara. This Temple is situated on the hill of Venkatadry. It is one of the major pilgrimages of Hindu religion. Balaji Temple of Tirupati popular visited place in India and all over the word, as 50,000 to 100,000 pilgrims visiting in a day for doing the worship from India and global. This temple renowned all over world, because it is one of the richest temple in the global.

Mahabalipuram Temple

Mahabalipuram Temple is one of the most popular Hindu pilgrimage temples in South India. It is structural temple, constructed with stonework blocks; it was in the Eighth Century. It is one of the oldest stone temples in the south India. It is a World Heritage Site designated by UNESCO. The first temple is dedicated Lord of Shiva and second temple is dedicated Lord of Vishnu. This city is well known for its monolithic monuments and rock-cut. The temple reflects the charm Dravidian style of the architecture with raise Gopurams.

Ramanathaswamy Temple in Tamil Nadu

South India tour is not successful without a visit to the Ramanathaswamy Temple. An area of holiest of the visited of Hindu Religion - Char Dham, this Temple is among one of the Jyotirlinga (a temple of Lord Shiva). As per mythology, lord Rama prayed here of Lord Shiva for their win in the war against Ravana. There are approximately 1200 pillars in the external corridor.

Tuesday, 11 October 2011

Might the Taj Mahal Crumple in 2 Years?

Archaeologist of Indian denied 7th November 2011, Friday said to the Taj Mahal could crumple about in the 2years.
Britain’s Daily Mail on Wednesday gives the statement that the iconic structures—which is among Seven Wonders of the World and it attracts about five million tourists every year. Could the Taj Mahal “cave in between about two and six years,” it is situated on bank of Yamuna river thus the water of Yamuna river brittle have the foundations.


The Taj Mahal 458-years-old marble tomb is a World Heritages Site by UNESCO. It is located in Agra in the Uttar Pradesh of the India.
Newspaper reported that the foundations of Taj has become brittles and disintegrating. Cracks appear last year in the part of the white sandstone tomb, and mostly case four minarets which surrounded the tomb are showing signs of tilting.
The chief archaeologist at Archaeological Survey of India with AFP on Friday dismissed the terrible predictions in an interview. This began major and attractive facelift for Taj Mahal in the 2007.
Katheria, speak denied forecast the crumple of Taj Mahal. However said Katheria had conveyed his doubts for the Taj Mahal in the future to Indian President Pratibha Patil and Prime Minister Man Mohan Singh.
“I am demanding high-level investigation to analysis the harsh threats posed to the timber formations in the foundations of the Taj Mahal,” the Agra MP Said.
Earlier in this week Agra’s elected member of parliament Ramshankar Katheria as say the Taj Mahal would “cave in between about two and six years” if protections effort were not started.
Agra’s MP warned that supporting wooden was turning brittles because the water level of Yamuna was over-extraction by local people and businesses. So declining was continuous of water of Yamuna River.
“The wooden in the chair of the Taj Mahal would quickly termites and corrodes could set in if it soon find a sources of moistures,” Agra’s MP said.
“Thus Indian government has to construct the barrage crossways on Yamuna to maintain its high levels water” added by Katheria.
Taj was construction by famous mughal ruler Shah Jahan in remembrance of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. It is the supreme example of Mughal architecture in the India. The construction was started 1632 AD and was completed 1653 AD
Taj Mahal declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in the 1983. It is a most popular backdrop to image of visitors in India.
Taj Mahal areas declared as protected zone by India’s Supreme Court in the 1996 because this monument do not made yellow by industries.
Taj Mahal is the most famous attrations among while coming for a India Tour & if collapse it will be huge lose not only for Indian tourism industry but also will embrace the tourist coming here.