Ramabhar Poat: Chitrakoat, Uttar Pradesh

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Ghat Chitrakoot, Uttar Pradesh This is one place on the banks of the River Mandakini where many ritual activities are performed in the name of Lord Rama. There is also an “Aarti” performed in the evenings which look extremely beautiful especially on the shore of the sea. Ramabhar Stupa Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh The stupa is known widely for the cremation place for Buddha and has been attracting huge number of devotee’s every day. It’s a beautiful stupa rising to 15 meters having ancient Buddhist texts, and thus it is also known widely as “'Mukut-BandhanChaitya'. It has a diameter of 34.14 meters with two or more terraces the stupa is a beautiful attraction for visitors Raman Reti Gokul, Uttar Pradesh Raman Reti is the sand, in which the…show more content…
The Forts were built for fortification and to mark the difference between the ruler and the ruled thus; this Fort still speaks about the valor of the rulers of that time. Interesting features of the Fort: • At the entrance of the Fort, visitors get to see the magnificent view of large elephants built of stone on both sides of the entrance. It is known as Elephant Gate or Hathi pol. • The entrance gateway leads to the popular Diwan-i-am, the courtyard of the Fort. The courtyard is made beautiful by ornamentation work and bracket form of construction that produces attractive effect during the day by light and shadow effect. • The outer courtyard known as Jahangir Mahal faces the river and has wonderful surroundings. One can get the view of Taj Mahal towards the right and the ruins of Akbari Mahal nearby which is also known as the Bengali Mahal. • There is a grand courtyard behind the Diwan-i-Am known as the Machchi Bhawan or the Fish Palace. The main attraction of this portion is the elegant garden and fountain. From here one can spot the Diwan-i-Khas and the Chittor gate that is the symbol of victories of Akbar. • The Fort also in houses the chamber in which Shah Jahan was imprisoned by Aurangzeb and also the Moti Masjid. It is not clear which ruler built this Fort but, the Fort has character of both the Hindu and the…show more content…
Initially built as a replica of the burial site of Nazrat Ali in Iraq, this place lies on the banks of Gomti near Sikanderbagh. Shankar VimanMandapam Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh This Shankar VimanMandapam Temple is constructed to be 130 feet high and has four floors. The idols present are Kumaril Bhatt, JagatguruShankaracharya, Kamakshi Devi( there are fifty- oneShaktipeethas around here), YogsahastraSahastrayogaLinga( there are 108 Shiva Ling around there). Shri Krishna Janmabhumi Mathura, Uttar Pradesh The most important role that Mathura has in mythology is that it is believed that Lord Shri Krishna was born here. There is a temple built on the spot that Devaki gave birth to Lord Krishna with Vasudev nearby. There are several articles in texts and monuments that are excavated and are proof that Lord Krishna was born here. This is a very important temple and was built in 1814. The temple is located near the Yamuna River and is a good piece of architecture. It is situated in the narrow by lanes of Mathura and has the maximum number of visitors every

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