Wednesday, 19 July 2017


About Kaziranga Tourist place

Kaziranga National Park which is in Assam state in India is a tourist place in India. Kaziranga is one of the oldest parks in Assam covers a large area along with river Brahmaputra. It is also a world heritage site for Rhinoceros. Kaziranga opened from November to April every year. Kaziranga is one of the best holiday destinations in India. Tourists can enjoy there and also can take rides on Elephant around the park. A tourist can visit sight view of Kaziranga. 



Kaziranga the best Tourist Place in India

An average climate with the more availability of best food resources supports the growth and survival of a unique and diverse wildlife in Kaziranga National Park. As Kaziranga tourist place in India having rich natural habitat for the Rhinos, its also have large numbers of the population of Indian elephants and wild buffalos.



Kaziranga National Park Tourist place History

The Kaziranga Game Sanctuary was renamed as Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary in 1950 by P. D. Stacey. Later in 1954, the Assam Government passed the Rhinoceros Bill to penalize hunters. After the declaration of the national park, Kaziranga was soon declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 1985, for its unparalleled natural environment. After this Kaziranga celebrated its 100 years in 2005. Today, Kaziranga is a World Heritage Site.



Kamakhya Temple Assam

Kamakhya temple is a famous pilgrimage tourist place which is located in Guwahati, Assam.  Kamakhya temple is completely dedicated to the tantric goddesses. Kamakhya Devi is also an avatar of Kali naming Dhumavati, Matangi, Bagola, Tara, Kamala, Bhairavi, Chinnamasta, Bhuvaneshwari and Tripura Sundari.


History of Kamakhya Temple:

The Kamakhya temple a tourist place in India is having a very nice and interesting story of its origin.  It s like that once Sati fought with her husband Shiva to attend her father's great yagna. At the grand yagna, Shiva got insulted by Sati's father Daksha. And after that Sati was angered and in her shame, she jumped into the fire and killed herself. When Shiva came to know that his beloved wife had committed suicide, he went insane with rage. He placed Sati's dead body on his shoulders and did the tandav or dance of destruction.


Kamakhya Temple

To calm Shiva down down, God Vishnu has cutted Sati dead body with his Chakra. The 108 places where Sati's body parts fell are called Shakti peeths. Kamakhya temple is special because Sati's womb and vagina fell here.


The Bleeding Goddess:

Kamakhya devi is famous as the bleeding goddess. The mythical womb and vagina of Shakti are supposedly installed in the 'Garvagriha' or sanctum of the temple. In the month of Ashaad (June), the goddess bleeds or menstruates. At this time, the Brahmaputra river near Kamakhya turns red. The temple then remains closed for 3 days and holy water is distributed among the devotees of Kamakhya devi.


Wednesday, 21 June 2017


Har Ki Doon Valley

Har Ki Doon Valley a tourist place in India and trekking site Uttarakhand is a cradle shaped hanging valley in the Garhwal Himalayas.  Har ki doon a tourist place and trekking site in Uttarakhand is surrounded by snow-covered peaks and beautiful vegetation. Har ki Doon Valley is at an altitude of approx 3500m above mean sea level and is snow-covered from October to March. 

har ki doon Uttarakhand

About Har ki Doon Trekking

The valley is around 25 km from Taluka from where Trekking starts. The trek to the valley starts from Taluka village and passes through Gangaad, Osala, and Seema. It is a 2-day trek usually done in two stages. 

Har ki Doon Images

How to reach Har ki Doon Tourist place

Tourists can go to Har ki Doon via Flights and Train till Dehradun. After that tourist going to Har ki Doon will have to hire Taxi till Taluka. After Taluka, the Trekking will start. 

Har ki Doon Images

Har ki Doon trekking place