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very nice girls with tradtional costumes - L I K E - greetings from ROME - Gianni

wonderful picture in backlight - L I K E - greetings from ROME - Gianni

Thanks a lot dear firends for your appreciation Greetings from India Arvind

Beautiful picture and place



A perfect image worthy of my VOTE - A lot of greetings from Greece, Christos

Dear T. St. Amant, there are lot of historically important sites in Hastinapur, but in general nobody knows about Asta Hill, however, there a Astpada (8 legged) Hill, recently constructed by peoples believe in Jainism. May be the name Asta hill would be taken little confused with Astapada temple (some peoples say it hill-mountain) (50 meters height) cylindrical-shape made up of white marbel. It is standing in the plains of holy river Ganga (10 Km away in east), its entirely an agrarian zone, sometime flooded by Ganga in Aug-Sep. The main crop is rice, sugarcane, potato, wheat...its very fertile land. However, your questions put me in little doubt, may be I am wrong, so please let me confirm, and give me some time. Because i live in capitol-Delhi (100km away) but within next 30-45 days i will visit there, then i could try to find out an answer because now this question is mine too. May be hill's name (Asta) exists or some spelled differently there. Actually, Hastinapur area geographically not as such a mountaneous area,its purely a plains of Ganaga river, however some sand mountains (5-10 M height) are there but they are not purely called as hills. Some of its area comes under Forest reseve land (Rajaji National park and Hastinapur bird sanctuary). Surely, I will appreciate if you would give me time (i mentioned), then I will be happy to gather some information about Asta hill and try to have some picture for our knowledge. Have a nice day Best Wishes Regards Arvind

Thank you Mr. Fredy Silva

best wishes regards Arvind

Even today anybody can collect the broken pieces of earthen pots (clay pottery)of that time

Pandeshwer Mahadev Temple situated in ancient city Hastinapur (1500-2500 BC)


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