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Dandeli: Our Stop for Every Adventure

Posted on Feb 16, 2024 in Travel

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Have you ever envisioned a place where nature thrives in its purest form, a haven where lush greenery dominates and wilderness reigns supreme? Well, such a paradise does exist. Dandeli, a nature lover’s paradise, is located in the Western Ghats of north Karnataka. Upon entering Dandeli, a rich tapestry of flora and fauna unfolds across …

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Jaipur: Light Years Ahead

Posted on Feb 15, 2024 in Travel

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He was an astrologer, an astronomer, and a town planner, whereas I still can’t even manage student life. Sawai Jai Singh, a man of many talents, also wore the hat, or rather, the crown of the Maharaja of Jaipur. He established one of the oldest yet still functional observatories in Jaipur known to us as …

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Our Lessons from the Visit to Jaipur

Posted on Feb 15, 2024 in Travel

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Jai Singh II: Jai Singh II was born in 1688 to King Bishan Singh, the ruler of Amber. He belonged to the Kachwaha dynasty. As per the tradition, Jai Singh II was sent to Varanasi to learn Hindi, Sanskrit, Maths and above all martial arts. After the sudden death of his father, Jai Singh II …

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Life of Sawai Jai Singh

Posted on Feb 15, 2024 in Travel

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We are 8 students from Grade 10, and we are from Shriram Millennium School, Faridabad, Haryana. We have learnt a lot about the kings and queens of Rajasthan. Sawai Jai Singh was not only a gallant warrior, scholar, and seasoned political strategist, but also a visionary architect. He is credited with the construction of Jaipur, …

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Sawai Jai Singh II: The Legend of Jaipur

Posted on Feb 14, 2024 in Travel

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If you have ever been to Jaipur and haven’t yet come across the name of Sawai Jai Singh II, a prominent king of Jaipur, this blog will provide you with all the information you need to know about him. Sawai Jai Singh II was born in 1688 to King Bishan Singh from the Kachwaha dynasty. …

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Sawai Jai Singh, the Great

Posted on Feb 14, 2024 in Travel

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Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan, derives its name from its founder Sawai Jai Singh II. He was a mathematician, a great ruler, a city designer, astrologer, and astronomer. He was responsible for several reforms in Rajasthan and is remembered for his contributions to India’s history. His legacy lives on in the form of his …

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Jantar Mantar, a Unique Scientific Marvel of Jaipur

Posted on Feb 14, 2024 in Travel

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Excitement filled the air on the day our journey commenced. Our first destination was the Amber Fort. We participated in the “Amber Fort at Full Speed” activity conducted within the fort. Following our fort visit, we returned to the hotel for our lunch. Rejuvenated after our meal, we set out for our next destination: Jantar …

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Horsley Hills: A Perfect Blend of Nature and Adventure

Posted on Feb 14, 2024 in Travel

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Have you ever visited a place with beautiful weather and exciting adventurous activities? Well, Horsley Hills is the perfect destination for you. Horsley Hills, located in Andhra Pradesh, is a picturesque hill station that offers a perfect blend of natural beauty and thrilling adventures. With its pleasant weather and stunning landscapes, it provides a serene …

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A memorable Trip to Araku

Posted on Feb 13, 2024 in Travel

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During our time in Araku, we enjoyed a day full of adventurous activities. We kicked off our day with thrilling experiences like rappelling, trekking, ziplining, and engaging in tribal activities, including witnessing a tribal marriage. It was an experience that left us with many unforgettable memories. The morning started with an exhilarating trek up a …

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The Golden Temple, Amritsar

Posted on Feb 13, 2024 in Travel

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On the second day of our trip to Amritsar, we visited the Golden Temple. The beauty of the brightly shining temple left us mesmerised. We marvelled at the temple’s intricate details, learning that its upper half boasts around four hundred kilograms of gold leaf. Interestingly, this gold was applied in the early 19th century under …

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