MANIPUR Manipur literally means jewel land. Manipur is the leading state in India in the area of bamboo handicrafts. Wood carving, embroidery, stone carving and block printing are the other famous handicrafts style of Manipur but cane and bamboo handicrafts are the speciality of the state. Bamboo is used for making furniture, trays, flower vases, ashtrays and bags. Kauna grows in the wetlands of the state and is used for making bags and mats.
3.4 Numbers of visitors In tourism industry number of visitors or tourist plays an important role. The development of any tourist destination depends upon the flow of tourist. Solapur is having number of existing and potential tourist destinations such as Pandharpur, Akkalkot, Akluj and Solapur city having important tourist destinations, where lakhs of tourists visits regularly.According to the final report 2011-2012 of tourism statistics of Maharashtra, 6385115 visitors are visited to Solapur district during April 2011 to March 2012. According to this report there are four famous tourist destinations in Solapur district. They are Pandharpur, Akkalkot Solapur, City and Akluj.
Her Kunti has her head covered with the palavso folded that its black covers part of her forehead. Gandhari has her fingers over her eyes. The large theme handled with greater assurance in the first half of the play somewhat slows down the second. The narrative follows chronology, but not strictly so. References to the result of act being described and the weave of character study with events make for an idiom that’s more inventive, more intricate.
Popular in eastern India, particularly in Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand and Assam, as well as several other parts of India such as Gujarat, this is associated with Durga, with her nine forms i.e. Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandmata, Katyani, Kalratri, Mahagauri,
Mewar Festival The Mewar Festival is celebrated with immense fervor to mark the arrival of spring in Udaipur, though the never-dying spirit can be seen throughout Rajasthan. A festival of vibrant colours, beautification, lights and worship. The women folk gather to dress the images of Isar and Gangaur and then carry them in a ceremonial procession through different parts of the city. Temples in Udaipur Jagdish Mandir A major tourist attraction, a divine, serene place, also called “the temple of Jagannath Rai” or Jagdish-ji houses a Black stone image of Lord Vishnu a brass image of Garuda. It is one of the famous temples near The City place.
According to the author to counter their current socioeconomic conditions, the Siddis have been encouraged to perform their dances as symbols of the diversity of India and as 'survivals ' of 'African lineage’. This ritual music and dancing provided means whereby a new collective Siddi identity emerged through ritual interactions. Goma drumming and dancing are still considered by many people of all ages and men and women alike as sacred actions. In this way the collective social identity of Siddi is constructed in ritual terms along with economic terms. As music and dance performances were intricately linked to the formation of a collective Siddi identity, practices of goma and dhamal strengthened solidarity, the emergence of a common symbolic universe and a defense against the stigma attached to dark skin in Gujarati schemes of social classifications.
Another pattern connects Ganesha with the goddess of culture and the arts, Sarasvati or Sharda (particularly in Maharashtra). He is also associated with the goddess of luck and prosperity, Lakshmi. Another pattern, mainly prevalent in the Bengal region, links Ganesha with the banana tree, Kala
Ethnic population of Manipur The name Manipur is only applicable, popularly speaking to the Hindu dweller of the plain areas. The wild tribes are divided generically into the two groups the Nagas and Kukis-Chin-Zomi [Dun1886:13]. The recognized Naga groups are Anal, Chiru, Chothe, Kabui, Kacha Nagas, Koireng, Kairao, Lamkang, Mao, Maram, Maring, Monsang, Moyon, Sema, and Tangkhul (Thangal, Poumei, Liangmei, Tharao are yet to be listed as scheduled tribes separately). The Kuki-Chin Zomi includes Zou, Vaiphei, Simte, Paite, Aimol, Gangte, Thadou, Shuhte, Ralte, and other are Kom, Hmar, etc. (ibid) Since early 1980s, ethnic assertions based on respective social, culture, linguistic and political reasoning has been very expressive.
The railway station of the city falls under the division of Ratlam of the Railways of the West. Indore is one of the few places in India where both gauges and runways run long. An interesting feature of these lines is that they intersect with a diamond transition. Indore is connected to all parts of the country, including four subways. By the