Wanderings

Basara A treat to Religious self

Basara, Telangana If you are looking for a place rich naturally along with mythological, Basara is the right place for you to visit. The place has important significance in the Hindu religion. The Saraswati temple located at Basara is one of the two famous Saraswati temples in India with the other one in the state of Jammu & Kashmir. The temple has a rich legend behind its making. It is popularly said that the Sage Vyasa, during his stay at Basara, used to bring three handfuls of sand after bathing in Godavari and would keep it that on a same…
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Chandni Chowk Street Food – yummmmm!

Chandni Chowk Street Food ! Daulat Ki Chaat   Food makes the world go round and around !- found a video, saving it here for future explorations - want to join in ? Come check out the whatsapp gtoup :     Locations : 1. Lotan ke chole kulche: sits outside shop number 2358/108, chhata shahji, Dharampura road, chawri bazar, Landmark - 200 meters from chandni chowk metro station. Timings Morning to at above place then to outside commercial School Daryaganj. 15th Aug. 2017 Update : Nearest Metro Station is Chawdi Bazar one. From Gurdwara Sisganj it is about 1…
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Some Places to see in Delhi

Some Places to visit in Delhi- Join in via   Here is a Nice little video on places to see in Delhi. Adding these to my bucket list for before I kick in !   Or, see direct on the Tube  ( While it is still there ) via : Join me and we can go together !- see : Or join the Whatsapp Events group Directly from your Mobile Phone with Whatsapp installed, by going to : Above redirects to Whatsapp Invitation Link for the Events Group. Please note I will call you to have a preliminary chat and…
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Abode of God -Harmandir Sahib

The Harmandir Sahib ( Darbar Sahib, Golden Temple ) ....is the holiest Sikh Shrine in Amritsar, Punjab. Guru Arjan Das designed the temple, a Muslim saint -Sai Hazrat Mian Mir laid the cornerstone on 28th December 1588 and Guru Arjan installed the Adi Granth- holy scripture of Sikhs in the temple in 1604.   In the early nineteenth century, Maharaja Ranjit Singh secured the Punjab region from outside attack and covered the upper floors of the temple ( gurdwara ) with gold, which gives it its distinctive appearance and its English name. It is indeed a beautiful, peaceful place where…
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