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Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Historical Place Gujarat ( Gujarat )

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Historical Place Gujarat ( Gujarat ) 

HISTORY OF GUJARAT
The history of Kutch is very old. Traces of the Indus valley civilization (3000 to 1500 B.C.) have been discovered at Dholavira – Kutch. When Alexandra the Great reached these parts in 325 BC Rann was not an arm of the sea. The eastern branch of the Indus emptied itself into the Rann which made it into a fresh water lake.

The Mauryan empire broke of the Gujarat Kutch and Sindh passed under the rules of Greeks from Bactria in 140-120 BC. Bactrian rule over Gujarat, Kathiawad and Kutch was ended by Sakas in the 1st Century and ruled upto the 3rd century. After that Samudragupta attacked the Sakas and ended their rule.

At the end of the sixth century, the great conqueror king Sahiras of Sindu found Kutch and easy conquest. A Chinese traveller’s evidence shows that Buddhism was in fact declining and Jainism was gaining ground in
Kathiawad and Sindh.

At the end of the seventh century the Arabs conquered Sindh.
Samma Rajputs of the hindu clan settled in Kutch. Some of the chiefs also settled in Sindh and were allowed by the Arabs to be independent rulers there. In the early ninth century the chief of that clan was Lakho Ghuraro, who had two wives.

After the death of Lakho Ghuraro his eldest son Unnad succeeded, but Unnad’s step brother Mod and Manai plotted against him and killed him. Later on Mod and Manai conspired to kill their uncle Vagam Chavda and declared themselves the kings of the area. That time Patgadh was under the rule of seven brothers of the Sandh tribe "Seven Sandhs", who threatened to avenge the murder of Vagam. Later on Mod and Manai killed the seven sandhs and became the masters of the city and of its dependant territories.

The Gujarati People:
Gujarat's population is overwhelmingly Hindu, with Muslim and Jain minorities. The diverse ethnic groups may be broadly categorized as Indic (i.e., northern-derived) or Dravidian (southern-derived). The former include the Nagar Brahman, Bhatia, Bhadela, Rabari, and Mina castes (the Parsis, originally from Persia, represent a much later northern influx); among the people of southern origin are the Bhangi, Koli, Dubla, Naikda, and Macchi-Kharwa tribes. The rest of the population, including the aboriginal Bhil tribe, exhibits mixed characteristics. Members of the scheduled castes and of the aboriginal tribes form nearly one-fifth of the state's population. Gujarati and Hindi are the state's official languages.

Culture of Gujarat:
The folklore and folk culture of Gujarat can be traced to the mythology of Krishna, an incarnation of the god Vishnu. Dances in honour of Krishna have survived in the form of the popular folk dance, the 'garba'. A folk drama, the 'bhavai', also has survived. Gujarat is also famous for its art and craft products. Among the most durable and effective of the Gujarat's cultural institutions are the trade and craft guilds known as 'mahajans', which often solves disputes, acted as channels of philanthropy, and encouraged the arts.


 
GEOGRAPHICAL IMPORTANCE
Gujarat is the second important district of Gujranwala. Gujarat, situated beside the grand trunk road and main Railway track is directly connected with the major cities like provencial and central metropolises of the country.

The river Jehlum on its north and river Chanab on the southren-eastren side, both separated this city from the districts of Sialkot and Gujranwala and because of being amongst these two rivers, it is resplendently fertile and the agriculture has always been acommon vocation of its inhabitants. As an industrial hub, the whole city is dotted with heavy manufacturing factories, spread all over the tract, where a lot of people perform the blue collor jobs. These people are probably very laborious, Punjabi, while Urdu and English languages are also spoken.

The man of valour, Major Aziz Bhatti Shaheed (Nishan-e-Haider) and other various patriots, too, belonged to the same region.

The region is very rapidly progressing in the industrial scope and almost two hundred and fifty fan manufacturies have been installed here. Else these, the glass and show manufacturing factories are also in run.

The cotton wheat, Sugarcane and besides these other various types of fruits are the major products of this region.

Moveover, Gujarat is famous for its beautiful and artistic handicrafts, Flower pots, "Changairian" made by leaves of palm and date trees, cotton mates, "Dhusse" and wollen shawls are famous and very much popular throughout the country and abroad.


INDUSTRIAL IMPORTANCE
Gujarat has a exclusive status throughout the Punjab due to some of its manufacturing capabilities and productions. Jalalpur is a large town of Gujarat, where several small and large textile industrial unit have been established. There are many other industrial units and factories engaged in manufacturing of electrical goods (Fan), Electric Motors, Earthen Utensils, Shoes, Rubber Tyre Tube, Sanitary Ware ,Rice Cleaning Mills and Furniture. The high quality furniture made here have been used in National and Provincial Assemblies..


Geography of Gujarat
Gujarat is the westernmost state of India. It is bounded by the Arabian Sea to the west and southwest, and Pakistan to the north
The major rivers flowing through the state include the Narmada, Sabarmati, and Mahi in central and northern Gujarat; Mithi, Khari, and Bhogavo in Saurashtra; Tapi, Purna, Ambika, Auranga and Damanganga in the southern part of the state.

Gujarat has the largest coastline and largest number of ports of all the states of India. It has a 663 km coastline, which is 30% of India's total of 5700 km.
Gujarat is surrounded by the sea on three sides. Of its 19 districts, as many as 10 have a sea-coast.
• It is this geography which has governed its history.

Climate of: Gujarat.
Maximum Temperature: 43 ° C.
Minimum Temperature: 12° C.
Annual Rainfall: 33-152 cms.

TEMPERATURE:
In winter, temperatures average between 12°C and 27°C (between 54° and 81° F), although freezing levels have been recorded in the state. In the summer temperatures average between 25°C and 43°C (77° and 109° F) and have been known to reach as high as 48°C (118° F).

Temperature Max Min
Winter 27° C 12° C
Summer 25° C 43° C

In Ahmedabad , the daily winter maximum temperature is 26 degrees Celsius and the minimum 12 degrees Celsius, although sub-zero cold spells have been recorded. In summer the daily maximum temperature can reach 48 degrees Celsius, though 42-43 degrees Celsius is more common. The summer minimum is 25 degrees Celsius. Further south, the winter temperatures never fall as far, and the summer temperatures are slightly more moderate.
RAINFALL:
The average rainfall in Gujarat varies from 33 to152 cms. The southern region of the state has an average rainfall ranging from 76 to 152 cms, Dangs district having the highest average of about 190 cms. The northern districts have a rainfall varying from 51 to 102 cms. The rainfall in the southern highlands of Saurashtra and the Gulf of Cambay is approximately 63 cms while the other parts of Saurashtra have a rainfall less than 63 cms.

The semi-desert area of Kachchh has a very low average rainfall. Certain areas in Ahmedabad, Mehsana, Banaskantha, Panch Mahal, Surendranagar and Jamnagar districts face chronic scarcity conditions for want of adequate rains.

Language:
Language spoken in Gujarat :
Gujarati, Marathi, Hindi, English, Urdu and Sindhi

Main language: Gujarati & Kutchi

Gujarati :

Indo-Aryan language that is spoken in Gujarat state and in the neighbouring states of Maharashtra and Rajasthan in India; it is the official language of Gujarat. It had more than 40 million speakers in the late 20th century. Gujarati has several dialects, including those of the south, the northwest, and Saurashtra.

The standard language accords with the central dialect, spoken in such cities as Vadodara. The language, which is written in a cursive modified Devanagari script, has a long literary tradition that dates back to the 12th century. Old Gujarati was also dubbed Old Western Rajasthani by the Italian scholar Tessitori, because the language was in his day used in an area including part of what is now the state of Rajasthan.

Gujarati has a fairly complex inflectional system, marking, for instance, three genders (masculine, feminine, and neuter; Hindi has only masculine and feminine), two numbers, and three cases (nominative, oblique, and agentive-locative) for nouns.

In the medieval period, poetry was actually the means of expressing religious sentiments and the first poetry of the language was Bharateswara Bahubali Rasa.
It was composed by Shalibhadrasuri, a 7th century Jain monk. A number of Jain Sadhus followed his example and composed short story poems called Rasas till the end of the 18th century.

All this while in the 15th century, Narsingh Mehta was bringing in a new era of Vaishnava poetry. His poems portray Krishna as a playful child, a lover, a friend and the poet’s muse. He became a source of inspiration for his successors in composing not only similar poetry but also philosophical poems.

Kutchi :

The Kutchi language (also spelled Kachchi) is an Indo-Aryan Language spoken in the Kutch region of the Indian state of Gujarat, with about 866,000 speakers. It is related to Sindhi. It is often considered to be a mixture of Sindhi, Gujarati, Punjabi & Rajasthani. Kutchi phonology is very much like that of Sindhi, but the vocabulary is closer to that of Gujarati. Kutchi was originally written using the now extinct Khojki or Khojaki (of Khojas) script. Kutchi survives only as a spoken language now as it is written using the Gujarati alphabet. It is spoken mainly by the people who live in the Kutch region of Gujarat, and by Khojas and Nizari Ismailis due to their holy scriptures written in this language.

Most Kutchees living in India know Gujarati. Kutch is a part of Gujarat which is in India. A large population of Kutchees lives in Mumbai (Bombay) India. Kutchees in Mumbai read Gujarati Newspaper along with newspapers in English. A large population of Kutchees are India are mainly Hindus,Jains and Ismailis. They are mainly into businessess of textiles, diamond trade, shares and shop keepers etc.


Sindhi :
Sindhi (سنڌي، سندھی ، सिन्धी sindhī) is the language of the Sindh region of South Asia, which is now a province of Pakistan. It is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by approximately 17 million people in Pakistan, and 2.8 million in India; it is also a recognised official language in both of these countries. َAlthough the language is predominantly Aryan, it also shows up signs of Dravidan influence, making it unique in its importance and identity. Most Sindhi speakers in Pakistan are concentrated in Sindh. The remaining speakers are found spread throughout the many areas of the world (mainly other parts of India) to which members of an ethnic group migrated when Sindh became a part of Pakistan during the partition of British India in 1947. The language is written using the modified Arabic script. In 1948, the Government of India implemented Devanagari script for the Sindhi language that did not get wide acceptance.

Geographical distribution
Sindhi is taught as a first language in the schools of south-east Pakistan. Sindhi language has a vast vocabulary; this has made it a favourite of many writers and so a lot of literature and poetry has been written in Sindhi. Dialects of Sindhi are spoken in southern Punjab, Balochistan, Northwest province of Pakistan (NWFP), and also Gujarat as well as Rajasthan in India.
History
Sindhi was a very popular literary language around the 14th-18th centuries. This is when sufis such as Shah Abdul Latif (as well as numerous others) narrated their theosophical poetry depicting the relationship between humans and God.

The Qur'an was first translated into Sindhi in rhymatic format. This was the first ever translation of Qur'an in the 12th century or earlier.
Sounds
Sindhi has a large sound inventory. It has 46 distinctive consonant phonemes (more than all the phonemes of English combined) and a further 16 vowels. All plosives, affricates, nasals, the retroflex flap and the lateral approximant /l/ have aspirated or breathy voiced counterparts. The language also features four separate implosives.


How to Reach:

By Air
Nearest airport Keshod 37 km & Rajkot 99 km. Rajkot is connected to Bombay by I.A. & Vayudoot. While Keshod is connected to Bombay by Vayudoot.


By Train
Junagarh is connected by train to Ahmedabad.


By Road
G.S.R.T.C. bus services connect Junagarh with Bhavnagar, Ahmedabad, Gir, Rajkot, Bhuj, Dwarka, Somnath, Palitana, Surat, Vadodara, Porbandar. Taxis, Auto-rickshaws, Tongas & City Bus services are available for local transport.
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Historical Place Goa ( Goa )

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Historical Place Goa ( Goa ) 

 HISTORY OF GOA
Goa was coveted and ruled by a great number of Indian kingdoms and dynasties from the 4th century onwards. The first kingdom to rule Goa and Konkan were Bhojas, who were the feudatories of Ashoka in 4th and 5th centuries AD. The city of Chandrapur (present Chandor) was founded by Prince Chandraditya, son of Chalukya King Pulakesin from 566 to 597 A.D. after this, Goa was ruled consecutively by Silahara Dynasty, Kadamba Danasty, and finally Hoysalas from 1022 to 1342 A.D.

From the 14th century onwards, Goa became a great trading center on the west coast, especially in the vast trade of horses imported from the Middle East. This was the time for bigger empires to move in and Vijayanagar Empire conquered it in 1344. But their empire was not going to last too long and in 1347, Bahmani Sultans defeated Vijayanagara forces in 1347 and controlled Goa. Afterwards, it was a time of great prosperity and peace for Goa, especially during the rules of Yusuf Adil Shah and Ismail Adil Shah. They created beautiful houses, fortified Goa, and encouraged local craftsmen.


Portuguese Goa India

Goa for all purposes was not on the Portuguese Radar even after a long time of their presence in India. When the Portuguese nobleman Alfonso de Albuquerque and his cousin Francisco de Albuquerque were sent with a powerful fleet in 1503 on the orders of King Dom Manuel I, the purpose was to defend the cargoes of spices, mostly pepper, against Arab Muslim raiders. The center of spice trade was Calicut at that time and Portuguese had built forts in Cochin and Cannanore.

It was in 1506-08 that an opportunistic pirate, Timoja, persuaded Albuquerque to attack Goa and acquire a better land base. This made Goa, Portugal's first real territorial acquisition in Asia. After a brief period of recapturing by the Muslims, Goa Albuquerque finally captured Goa in 1510.

The inquisition of Goa in 1540 reversed the previous liberal policy of Albuquerque and imposed strict censorship of literature and new laws to forbade non-Christians from professions. Forced conversions took place continuously, censorship was established on literature, the temples were destroyed, and non-Christian priests, holy men, and teachers were evicted. This led to continuous fleeing of Hindus from Goa to other parts of India.

It is not that the relationship with Portugal brought only destruction for the Goans. Portuguese also built great churches like the church of St. Cajetan and Bom Jesus basilica in Old Goa, which is a pilgrimage site for the Christians from around the world. But it is also true that pre-1961, Goa was a highly impoverished region very backward and primitive. It is after the liberation that Goa of today has emerged and it has surprised even the locals many of whom had left their homeland before its liberation. Portugal and India are today friends and Goa continues to be a fascinating blend of Latin and Oriental.


THE PRESENT
As a legacy of its unusual colonial history Goa was inherited a mixture of language. Portuguese is still spoken as a second language by a few Goans, although it is gradually dying out. The official language of India is Hindi, which children in Goa are obliged to learn in school. Konkani is now accepted as the official language of the state and Marathi is also taught as a standard subject. Ironically the primary language used in many schools is none of the above - for most children are actually taught English. The arguments about continuing or abandoning this policy of placing such importance on English rage on. Most feel that continuing use of English is a distinct advantage to their children who will need it if they are to find good jobs in the future. Meanwhile children in Goa are taught three or four languages as a standard part of the school syllabus.

Goa Culture
I
n spite of remaining under Portuguese control for so long, majority of the people in Goa are still Hindu. Though, strong catholic influences are visible everywhere in the art, culture, and society. The demography of the state started changing after the coming of the Portuguese in the 15th century due to the spirit of propagating Catholicism they brought with them.
Arts and Crafts of Goa
The art and craft forms of Goa show a remarkable harmony between Portuguese and Indian cultures. The crafts of the state are intricately beautiful, capturing the fancies of tourists and locals alike. These crafts can be at best described as a mirror of Goa's perennial glory and beauty and they have carved a niche for themselves with the connoisseur's of art the world over. The major art forms of the state include bamboo craft, woodcarving, brass metals, seashell craft, papier-mâché, and wooden lacquer ware. Other important crafts of the state include jute macramé, fabric collage, plaster of Paris, crochet and embroidery, fiber and batik prints, fiber stone carving, coconut shell carving, metal embossing, silver and imitation jewelry, cotton dolls, soft toys, woolen tapestry, and artistic weaving.
GEOGRAPHY OF GOA
  • The state of Goa is located between Latitudes 15 degrees, 48'00" N and between 14 degrees, 53'54" N and Longitudes 74degrees, 20'13" E and 73 degrees 40" 33" E. It is 1,022 meters above sea-level.
  • Local time
    GMT + five and half hours.
  • Area
    It has a land area of 3702 Sq. Kms.
    It has a coast line of 104kms
  • Boundaries
    Goa is bounded on the north by Sindhudurg district of Maharastra state, on the West by the Arabian sea, on the South by Karwar district of Karnataka state and on the East by Belgaum district of Karnataka state
    The highest mountain is Sonsogor in the Sahyadri range of the Western Ghats which is 3,827 feet.
  • Rivers
    The Goan landscape is bisected by two major rivers that open into the arabian sea; they are
    • The Zuari which is approximately 39 miles and
    •  The Mandovi which is approximately 38.5 miles.
       
  • The other major rivers include the Tiracol, Chapora, Sal and the Talpona rivers. All the rivers originate in the Sayhadri ranges and flow westward into the Arabian sea and are navigable throughout the year.
    Overall Goa's inland waterways are about 250kms
     
  • Forests
    One third of Goa is covered by forests, the actual number being 1424.38Sqkms. Of this the Government owns 1224.38Sqkms, the rest ( approx 200Sqkm ) is held by the private sector.
     
  • Capital
    The state capital is Panaji, in Ilhas taluka in North Goa.
     
  • Climate
    Winter: Ranges from 21 0C
    Summer: 35 0C
    Goa receives rainfall from the South West monsoon winds between June and September. Rainfall received in 1998 was 3008 mm. This is also the tourist "OFF SEASON".
     
  • Population
    Goa’s total population is around 1,169,793 (1991 census of India) The density of population is 316 per SqKms. Most of Goa's population is rural ( 690,041), a significant population is however urban ( 479,752).
     
  • Agriculture
    Aracanut, Cashew, Coconut, Forest Produce, Rice, Millets and Sugarcane.
Climate
The main feature of the Goan climate is the monsoon, which occurs between June and the end of September. Goa is in the path of the southwest monsoon, thereby experiencing a dry period lasting six to eight months of the year, followed by the annual rainfall, which occurs over the remaining four months. During the two months preceding the onset of the monsoon the humidity increases dramatically, and the normally clear skies become hazy and then cloudy. During the monsoon, 250cm to 300cm of rain is normal, although in the Western Ghats the downpour is considerably high than on the coast.

Once the monsoon has run its course the skies clear and the weather becomes pleasant. For four to five months from October through February the climate is near perfect-cloudless blue skies, warm but not oppressively hot days, and calm seas. By mid-March the humidity starts to rise as the monsoon begins to approach again

Climate
Rainfall

July To End September (26 inches)
Winter
Late November To Mid-February (Min. 3° C - Max. 11° C)
Summer
Mid-March To End Of June (Min. 25° C - Max. 45° C)

Language

Languages spoken in goa : Konkani
Marathi
English
Hindi
Goa Language

This Indian state of Goa can definitely boast about fusion of languages, because this is exactly what is found in Goa. Portuguese was widely spoken till 1961 when Goa was liberated from the Portugal regime. The older generations can still speak Portuguese. However, the main languages spoken now in Goa are Konkani and Marathi. Marathi is widely taught in schools too.

But a tourist need not take tensions about the lack of communication he might have to face in Goa. The people of Goa cater very well to the needs of the tourists as far as language is concerned because almost everyone in Goa can speak in English and Hindi. A tourist will find sign posts and directions written in English, so he won't have to face any confusion once he lands up in Goa.
How To Reach Goa
The airport is about 30 kms from the capital city of Panaji and is owned by the Indian Navy. Major airline operators such as Indian Airlines, Jet Airways and Sahara Airlines have flights carrying passengers and cargo in and out of Goa. Besides these, a number of chartered flights land in Goa from UK and other European countries. The national airline Air India also lands a few international flights, especially from the Gulf countries.

Most of the local airlines have a contact phone number in the city as well as at the airport where the latest information about flight status is always available. The list of phone numbers is available in the travel services section of the website.

It is advisable to book your tickets well in advance, especially during the high peak tourist season of October to January when most flights run full. It is also essential to re-confirm your flight timings at least 24 hours before departure.
Most major international airlines usually have agreements with one or more of their domestic counterparts in India, so if you are arriving from abroad it is possible to book your onward domestic flight at the same time as you pay for your international ticket.


Rail : Goa is connected with Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Secunderabad, Tirupati via Londa junction on the Mirage-Bangalore sector of south central railway, and to Mumbai, and Mangalore on the Konkan Railway Corporation section. Convenient stations are Margao/Vasco and Karmali.

Road : Panaji, the capital of Goa, is connected by road to Bangalore-598 kms, Belgaum-157 km, Bombay-594 km, Gokarn-154 km, Hospet-315 km, Hubli-184 km, Karwar-103 km, Kolhapur-246 km, Malwan-150 km, Mangalore-371 kms, Mysore-696 kms, Pune-458 kms, Ratnagiri-263 kms, Vengurla-73 kms etc.

Bus Service : Kadamba Transport Corporation. MSRTC and KSRTC operate frequent bus services between Panaji, Vasco, Margao and to Bangalore, Belgaum, Gokarn, Hubli, Karwar, Kolhapur, Malwan, Mangalore, Miraj, Mysore, Pune, Ratnagiri and Vengurla.

Sea : Ship services between Bombay and Goa organised by Damania.

Internal Distances : Panaji to Baga beach (18 kms), Bondla (55 kms), Calangute (16 kms), Dabolim Airport (29 kms), Mapusa (13 kms), Margao (33 kms), Old Goa (10 kms), Terekhol (42 kms), Vagator (22 kms), Vasco-da-gama (30 kms), Ponda (28 kms).

Local Transport :
Local buses, auto-rickshaws and motor-cycles/taxis available Source :- http://www.onlytravelguide.com/gujarat/historical/

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Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Historical Place Watson Museum Rajkot ( Guajrat )

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Historical Place Watson Museum Rajkot ( Guajrat ) 

Watson Museum (Rajkot)

Watson Museum, Watson Museum historical, Watson Museum travel, Watson Museum tourism, Watson Museum Historical PlaceKey exhibits are copies of artefacts from Mohenjodaro, 13th centry carvings, silverware, natural history exhibits and textiles . Possibly the most startling piece is a vast 19th century marble statue of Queen Victoria. This part also has two plaster Venuses and many other splendid portraits and photographs of royal princes of Saurashtra and European dignitaries, historic finds and architectural fragments from archeological sites, dioramas of life among the rural, pastoral and tribal citizens of Saurashtra, handicrafts and princely relics.  

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Monday, 29 July 2013

Historical Place Vadodara Museum And Picture Gallery ( Guajrat )

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Historical Place Vadodara Museum And Picture Gallery ( Guajrat ) 

Vadodara Museum and Picture Gallery
VADODARA MUSEUM AND PICTURE GALLERY, VADODARA MUSEUM AND PICTURE GALLERY historical, VADODARA MUSEUM AND PICTURE GALLERYLocation : Vadodara, Gujarat. Founded By : Gaekwads. Founded in: 1894 AD.

Founded by the Gaekwads in 1894 AD, the museum has an impressive collection on art and archaeology, natural history, geology and ethnology. The Vadodara Museum and it's twin, the Picture Gallery are indeed the most rewarding destination for visitors with an iota of curiosity. The museum houses a prized collection acquired in India and abroad by Maharaja Sayajirao III.
On Display
The collection of Indian miniatures, European oil-paintings, sculpture, textiles, objects from Japan, Tibet and Nepal, Indian and foreign coins, wide array of items for the study of science and natural history earns for this museum a place of its own.

The museum also houses famous Akota Bronzes, 11th century Shiva Natraj, exquisite 9th century Shiva Natraj, exquisite 9th century ivory box from Nagina, U.P., Ganj -e- Shahid inscription of Qazzaq Khan, Mughal Governor of Dabhoi (1635 AD) 32 miniatures from Razm Nama, a Persian version of the Hindu epic Mahabharata commissioned by Emperor Akbar, 109 miniature paintings donated by Jagmohandas Modi, etc.
Sectional Divisions
The upper floor of the museum building contains a section on natural history, ethnology and geology while the upper floor of the gallery building contains European paintings. The ethnology section features the costumes and utensils of Gujarati tribes.

Nearby Attraction
There is an exhibition by the Department of Archaeology at the M.S. University. Here you will find catalogues and a collection of Buddhist period discovered from Devi-ni-Mori, which is presently submerged in Meshavo Dam near Shamalaji.  

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Sunday, 28 July 2013

Historical Place Uperkot Fort Junagarh ( Guajrat )

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Historical Place Uperkot Fort Junagarh ( Guajrat ) 

Uperkot Fort (Junagarh)
UPERKOT FORT, UPERKOT FORT historical, UPERKOT FORT travel, UPERKOT FORT tourism, UPERKOT FORT Historical PlaceUperkot Fort is believed to have been constructed by the Yadavas (the clan to which Krishna belonged) when they came to settle in Dwarka. Famous in bygone times for its virtual inaccessibility, the Uperkot or upper fort is girdled by a wall that is, in some places, over 20m. high. An ornate entrance gateway leads to the ruins.

Although extensively renovated and extended many times during the course of its long chequered past, its antiquarian outlook remains intact to this day.


Attractions

Cannons
The fort has many interesting exhibits like the two cannons placed on the western wall and believed to have been cast in Egypt. The bigger one is the colossal 5 m long cannon called 'Nilam Tope'. It was cast in Egypt in 1531 AD and left behind by a Turkish admiral who was assisting the Sultan of Gujarat against the Portuguese at Diu in 1538 AD. The other cannon is known as 'Kadanal'.

Step Wells: There are also two interesting large step wells ('vavs') here. The 11th century Navghan Kuva has a circular stairway that descends over 50m down into the well. The Adi Chandi Vav descends down 170 steps.
Buddhist Caves
UPERKOT FORT, UPERKOT FORT historical, UPERKOT FORT travel, UPERKOT FORT tourism, UPERKOT FORT Historical PlaceThe fort has many exciting exhibits like the two guns placed on the western wall and believed to have been cast in Egypt. The bigger one is called the Nilamtope and the other one is known as Kadanal. In and around the fort one can find numerous Buddhist caves belonging to the 200 B.C. to 200 A.D era.

In the Uperkot is a two storied cave said to belong to the initial century which is believed to be a Buddhist Chaitya cave. There are also Buddhist caves at Bava Pyara Math found below the Southern walls of Uperkot arranged in three rows. Scholars believe that they are Buddhist caves perhaps belonging to the period between 200 B.C to 200 A.D.  

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Friday, 26 July 2013

Historical Place The Toran of Vadnagar ( Guajrat )

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Historical Place The Toran of Vadnagar ( Guajrat ) 

The Toran of Vadnagar
The Toran of Vadnagar, The Toran of Vadnagar historical, The Toran of Vadnagar travel, The Toran of Vadnagar tourismLocation : Vad Nagar, Gujarat. Also Called As : Kirti Stambha. Height : 40 Feet. Initially : Part Of A Temple.
The 'Toran', called the 'Kirti Stambha' (Temple Arch) in other regions, is a semi-religious or civic form that flourished under the Solanki rule in Gujarat. Two of the finest examples are at Vadnagar. At one time, both must have been connected with a temple, not a outline of which now remains.

Of the two, the one that stood at what was the edifice of Rewah, is a accurately imposing structure. Almost complete and a classic example of its kind, it rises to a total height of 40 feet. It consists of two huge and elaborate columns, supporting a wide cornice, above which rises a vaulted pediment, containing figures.
The Design of The Pillars
The pillars are designed with an upper storey or attic, between which is thrown an attractive cusped arch, making the effect of an archway more apparent. All the parts forming the 'toran' are devised on the same principles as those employed in the temple design.  

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Thursday, 25 July 2013

Historical Place Sharad Baug Palace ( Guajrat )

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Historical Place Sharad Baug Palace ( Guajrat ) 

Sharad Baug Palace
Sharad Baug Palce, Sharad Baug Palce historical, Sharad Baug Palce travel, Sharad Baug Palce tourismLocation : Gujarat. Built In : 1867 AD. Important Feature : Part of It Has Been Converted Into A Museum. Orchard Retreat of : Maharao Madan Sinh.
The Sharad Baug Palace situated to the east of Hamirsar Lake was the orchard retreat of Maharao Madan Sinh, who signed the treaty of succession and commissioned the Kandla port. It is an Italian style mansion.

Set in spacious and marvelously tended gardens, the palace itself, built in 1867, is of very modest proportions, with just a drawing room downstairs and bedroom upstairs.

The Interiors
Some of the rooms are now a museum with old furniture, colonial trappings, portraits, stuffed tigers, elephants tusks, silver caskets, old utensils and trophies won by Madan Sinh in tennis and other sports.

The dining room is in a separate building and on display here are a number of the Maharao's personal possessions. Also on display is his coffin, in which his body was brought back from the U.K. for cremation! The Maharao of Kachchh Shri Madansinhji Jadeja - the last Maharao died in the United Kingdom in 1991.
The Lush Gardens
The great gardens of Sharad Baug Palace have nurseries for various plants, and grass courts to which leading tennis players were regularly invited. One can saunter down leafy paths overhung with hibiscus and waving palms: migrant birds call from their hideaways, relaxing after their long flight across the deserted Rann of Kachchh. Sharad Baug Palace, unlock to guests who can buy plants from its nursery, is the most relaxing and verdant of the royal palaces in Bhuj; as else where the city palace complex is completely surrounded by other buildings.
Timings
Sharad
Baug Palace is open from 9 am-12 pm and 3 pm-6 pm daily, except on Fridays.  

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Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Historical Place Sarkhej Minarets Ahmedabad ( Guajrat )

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Historical Place Sarkhej Minarets Ahmedabad ( Guajrat ) 

Shaking Minarets

SHAKING MINARETS, SHAKING MINARETS historical, SHAKING MINARETS travel, SHAKING MINARETS tourism
Location : Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
Part of : Sidi Bashir Mosque.
Unique Feature : On Shaking One Minaret, Other Also Shakes.


The Shaking Minarets are two minarets located at the Sidi Bashir mosque, near the Sarangpur Gate and about 1.5 kilometers south of railway station of Ahmedabad city, in the state of Gujarat. They are uniquely designed in a way that when one minaret is shaken the other one shakes too.
Unique Feature
If one of the minaret is shaken the other vibrates too, as if following the principal of resonance. In a trial, a small ball was hung to one of the minarets and when the other minaret was shaken, the hanging ball on the other exhibited swinging effect.

The famous shaking minarets aroused so much curiosity in British rulers that one of the minaret was dismantled by them, in vain, to fathom the secret of its construction and the mystery behind the swinging effect.
The Architecture
SHAKING MINARETS, SHAKING MINARETS historical, SHAKING MINARETS travel, SHAKING MINARETS tourismThis is a unique historical architectural marvel in the state of Gujarat. Each minaret is three storeyed with delicately carved balanced stone balconies, which girdle the minarets of each storey. These minarets are about 21.34 meters high.
Mystery About its Original Builder
Though popularly named after Sidi Bashir, a favourite slave of Sultan Ahmad Shah I, it is perhaps likely, the designer was Malik Sarang, a noble of Sultan Mahmud Shah Begada's court in whose name the adjoining locality of Sarangpur was built. Malik Sarang was a Rajput Hindu converted to Islam under the influence of Sultan and soon after became the Governor of Ahmedabad , in 1521 AD, during the reign of Muzaffar Shah II (1511-1526 AD). Popularly these are called as Siddi Bashir Minars.

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