River flowing through Kedarnath is Mandakini, not Alaknanda. Alaknanda flows through Badrinath. Pls correct
This photo is very old, it is now about to complete.
yes and go ahead to addthis photograph to the group "Incredible india " Greetings
I am sorry, but I think you have got the caption wrong. It is not Mahakaleshwar temple, but Omkareshwar temple. Forgive me if I am wrong, but Mahakaleshwar is at Ujjain. However, the picture is very nice, very clear and very awe inspiring. Thank you very much.
Is this KDTC hotel the one known as ARANYA NIVAS? The animal referred to above is the NILGAI (Boselaphus tragocamelus).
When Lord Shrikrishna left MATHURA along with his all peoples of Mathura including his gopies
(gopies means Shrikrishnas 16000 loveing girl friends ),on there way to new kingdom of Dwarka
city , this place they took bath inthis lake
which is now seen as dry, the soil of this lake is unique with respect to its finess,like clay,
yellowish orange colour. Chalk can be made from
this soil, and this chalk can be used to mark tilak (a circular spot at the idol or man forhead)
thi is the only temple of Lord Brhamadev who created the universe. There are lots of old silver and other coins embedded in the marble
This big idol of the siva sleeping ? and beside it have sivalingam in the dense forest of Bhandhavgarh is a unique spot.
This is the enclosed high walled place with beautiful gardens artificial lakes waterbodies
with water fountains specially made for playing
kings daughter and her friends.
Its The KAVAD (Doors)
KAVAD IS MINIATURE MOBILE TEMPLE, HAVING SEVERAL DOORS. ALL THESE DOORS ARE PAINTED WITH SEVERAL FOLK DEITIES. THE KAVAD- BHAT, WHO CARRY THE KAVAD FROM VILLAGE TO VILLAGE OPEN THESE DOORS ONE AFTER THE OTHER AND SING AND DANCE TO EXPLAN THE SIGNIEICANCE OF THESE PAINTINGS TO THE AUDIANCE STANDING ALLROUND. THE SINGING AND DANCING DONE BY THE BHATS HAVE THEIR OWN SIGNIFICANCE. THE AUDIENCE IS SIMPLY SPELL BOUND. THE LAST DOOR, WHICH CONCLUDES THE WHOLE NARRATION. OPENS WITH A DARSHAN OF GOD RAM, LAKSHMAN AND SITA, STANDING IN THE INNERMOST CHAMBER OF THE TEMPLE. THE AUDIENCE IS THEN REQUIRED TO OFFER COINS IN A SPECIAL SLIT ATTACHED TO THE TEMPLE.