MR. ENIYAVAN knowns how to make 2000 types of idlis

Eniyavan runs Mallipoo Idlis, a Chennai-based company that specializes in 30 varieties of idlis, he supplies to caterers at events, such as weddings.

MR. Eniyavam knowns how to make 2000 types of idlis and has even attempted to enter the Guinness Book of World Records by making gigantic idlis weighing 124.8kg.
For someone who started out with no experience in cooking, Eniyavan has come a long way. He hails from Coimbatore. “I dropped out of school after Class VIII,” says Eniyavan. He waited tables and washed tea glasses to earn a living and later turned an auto driver.
It was a usual day at work when a customer got into his auto with a huge trough of idli batter. She was Chandra, who made idlis to be sold at small eateries in her locality. She went on to change the course of Eniyavan’s life — once she became a regular in his auto, Eniyavan started delivering her idlis.
Moreover, even though he has only studied up till class eight, Iniyavan has presented a doctorate from an American University for his experimentation with idlis and he wants to continue his passion for idli making and claimed ‘The world is constantly changing so why can’t idlis?”
The idli innovator often gets inspired by his children, “My idea for pizza idlis came after my son suddenly said that he wanted to eat pizza, so instead of taking him out I just found some leftover poriyal and make a pizza ildi and he loved it.
Besides attempting the 2,000 varieties Idli on Sunday, Iniyavan said that he would also be giving out tips explaining how to make the perfect fluffy idlis. “Many don’t know that replacing the water with tender coconut water can make the battery last longer and also make the idlis softer.

Also, to avoid letting the batter get spoilt overnight, only the rice should be ground and the dal should be added the next day,” he explained.

Rating: 1 out of 5.
If you are in Chennai or visit in the future so you have to visit Mr. Eniyavan restaurant and taste a different kind of Idli.

I have shared below mention address for this magnificent restaurant.

Mallipoo Restaurant

Malli Anbagam, No. 26/51, 2nd Street, B Block, Ezhil Nagar, Ezhil Nagar, Chennai-600118, Tamil Nadu, India

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DO YOU KNOW ABOUT POD HOTEL OR CAPSULE HOTEL?

‘SMART’ Hotels, Urbanpod prides itself in defining a new segment of GenNext, futuristic, smart-accommodation, and shared-living to the new-age travelers, in the form of a Pod Hotel.
Mr. Hiren Gandhi, Co-founder & Director. The modern Architectural design & Interiors are done up by renowned Architect Firm from Singapore, Formwerkz to give the Hotel a feel of contemporary, minimalistic, living!
Perfect for anyone seeking luxury-accommodation on a budget, Urbanpod is strategically located in the heart of Mumbai’s business-hub and closer to the domestic & International airports.
The hotel is an easy 4.3km from Mumbai airport’s Terminal 2 and about 6km from the domestic-only Terminal.
It offers 140-Pods with various upgrades –

Pod Catagories:-
 
1.)Suite Pods
2.)Private Pods
3.)Classic Pods for men & an exclusive Ladies-only,
A Suite Pod.
A Private Pod.
A Classic Pod from outside.
The sleek Individual Pods are self-contained with modern, technologically-superior interiors. Each Pod comes with a cozy bed/ bed cover, personal locker with secure keycard access, Plasma TV (with headphone facility), personal reading light, power socket, hangers, a Dresser (Wall mirror), Free Wi-Fi, adjustable air-conditioning facility,  Air-purifier (for pure air circulation)& a sliding door (shutter) with locking-facility for added privacy. Each Pod also has a smoke detector & a fire-extinguisher as a safety measure.

After a long day…stretch yourself, unwind & relax with the mood-lighting giving you just the right ambiance!
The Pods are beautifully-arranged side-by-side and one-upward to form elegant-arrays. Suite-Pod category is suitable for couples; the Private Pods have more room & the exclusive Ladies Pods – gives the ladies added safety & privacy.
Guest’s luggage is stored in a separate individual-locker facility so you can be carefree! The non-attached Bathroom suites are separate-facilities that are contemporary & maintain the highest quality standards.
The chic Cafeteria is also a great place to laze around and read a book, network & make new friends from around the globe while having a complimentary breakfast!

24-hour Pod service, laundry & office services are also available as added benefits.

Rating: 1 out of 5.
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Indian Maharaja revenge from Rolls Royce car company!

Indian maharaja revenge from Rolls Royce company this story starts, as the story goes, in 1920, the Maharaja of Alwar, a fabulously wealthy ruler name was Jai Singh Prabhakar, visited London, and one day decided to walk around the city “incognito,” wearing ordinary English clothes. Passing by a Rolls Royce showroom, Jai Singh decided to go inside. He asked the staff about the specifications of the Rolls Royce cars and their prices.

However, the salesmen just saw a man with the face of an Indian. Ignoring his request for a test drive, the staff went so far as to rudely show the Maharaja out the door
This treatment naturally made him furious. The Maharaja got back to his hotel and asked for an official visit of the Indian king to the Rolls Royce showroom to be arranged.
When he appeared in his formal outfit, dressed in sparkling clothes and jewelry, the Maharaja was welcomed with a red carpet and employees standing on both sides of it paying their respects to the king.
Jai Singh spent more than two hours in the showroom, trying all the six models exhibited. In the end, he purchased all of the cars in the showroom. And he paid for them all right away, including the cash for the costs of delivery. 
When the vehicles reached its destination, Jai Singh ordered the municipality to use the luxury cars to transport and collect garbage around the city.

This affected the reputation of the luxury carmaker and their revenues dropped rapidly.
People who used to drive their Rolls Royce cars with pride and joy were now embarrassed to drive them knowing the same luxury cars were being used to collect garbage in India. The reputation of Rolls Royce dropped rapidly all over the world.
It was a great insult to the company and their revenue dropped rapidly. The people at Rolls Royce finally realized their mistake and sent a telegram to Jai Singh to apologize for the way he was treated at the London showroom.

They also offered him six more cars, for free. The Maharaja accepted this gesture and his municipality stopped using the luxury cars for collecting trash.

Rating: 2 out of 5.
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Valmiki Tiger Reserve National Park Bihar

Valmiki Tiger Reserve

Valmiki National Park is among the most prominent tiger reserves in India. Located near the Indo-Nepal border in West Champaran district of Bihar, the tiger reserve is spread over an area of about 880 sq km.

The Valmiki Tiger Reserve comprises of the Valmiki National Park and the Valmiki Wild Sanctuary. It is the 18th tiger reserve in the country and with 10 tigers ranks fourth in terms of tiger population.

In 1978, the reserve had an area of 464 sq km. In 1989, the national park and wildlife sanctuary was added to the area of the reserve and in 1990 the total area of the reserve was increased to the existing 880 sq km area.

Best months to see the Valmiki wilderness:

October to March is the best time to visit the sanctuary. The winter months (December to mid-February) are colder and the minimum temperature goes down to 7 – 8 degrees Celsius.
Heavy warm clothing is desired in winter.

Floral Diversity:

The mixed moist deciduous vegetation along the alluvial plains of the Gandak River is dominated by sal (Shorea robusta), Rohini (Mallotus phillipensis) and sihor (Strebulus asper). Terminalia tomentosa, Terminalia belerica, Adina cordifolia, Dalbergia latifolia, Mitragyna parviflora, Ehretia laevis, Angeissus latifolia are some of the important associates of Sal forests.
The natural forests are interspersed with plantations of teak (Tectona grandis), bamboo, semal (Salmalia malabarica), shisham (Dalbergia sissoo) and khair (Acacia catechu).

Faunal Diversity:

Diverse habitats of the Sanctuary support a variety of faunal life forms. Tigers, Leopards and Indian Wild Dogs are the large predators. Leopard cat and fishing cat are also found in patches. Deer species are represented by spotted deer, sambar, barking deer and hog deer. Indian bison (Gaur), Nilgai and wild boar are other ungulates found in these forests. Rhesus macaque and common Langur are primates of the sanctuary. Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) has recorded fifty three mammal species in the sanctuary.

Python, crocodile, king cobra, krait, monitor lizard, hill turtle are some common reptiles. The ZSI has recorded 10 species of amphibians, 27 species of reptiles and 75 species of insects.

Accommodation

 Valmiki Vihar, a tourist lodge of State Tourism Development Corporation Hotel is located at the picturesque site at Valmiki Nagar.  

There are ten (10) eco-huts of double bed occupancy located at Valmikinagar (two), Naurangia Done (two), Manguraha (2) and Gobardhana (four). Besides, one tree-hut is located at kotraha for altitude lovers.

Forest Rest Houses (two double-bed rooms in each) are located at Kotraha, Madanpur, Naurangia Done, Gobardhana, Manguraha, and Manpur. Four double-bed rooms at Ganauli is a wooden forest rest house. This building has the potential to get heritage status.

Tickets and Surcharges

Booking for accommodation can be done only 60 days in advance and only for 4 days at a stretch.

Eco hut- Gobardhana: INR 1500 (Maximum two persons allowed in a room)
Eco hut- Kotraha: INR 1500 (Maximum two persons allowed in a room)
Eco hut- Naurangia : INR 1500 (Maximum two persons allowed in a room)
Eco hut- Manguraha: INR 1500 (Maximum two persons allowed in a room)
Treehut- Gobardhana : INR 1500 (Maximum two persons allowed in a room)

Safari Details and Charges

Gypsy/ Jeep Safari (4 persons) for 2 hours 30 minutes – INR 600 per group
Rafting (8 persons) for 3 hours – INR 2000 per group
Boating (4 persons) for 3 hours – INR 500 per group
Nature Walk (4 – 6 persons) for 3 – 4 hours – INR 100 per person
Border Trek (10 – 15 persons) for 10 – 12 hours – INR 500 per person
Jungle Camp (4 – 6 persons) for a night – INR 200 per person
Tiger Trail (4 – 6 persons) for 3 – 4 hours – INR 200 per person
Cycling – INR 20 per hour

Places of Interest at Valmiki National Park

The place is dotted with temples, shrines and historical monuments. Some of the prominent and must-visit attractions of Valmiki National Park include-
1. Bheriyari Watch Tower

This one is located in the Bheriyari Grassland region and is ideal for bird watching several exotic bird species at play and viewing the herbivores in the natural habitat.

2. Bhikhna Thori

Located exactly on the Indo- Nepal Border, this is the north- eastern end of the sanctuary. This is a popular route to Tibet across Nepal. History tells us that it was the common resting place called ?thaur? in the native language, for the Buddhist monks and hence it is called “Bhiktchuk thaur” or “Bhikhna thori”. King George Vth rested here on his way to Nepal and it has been a popular picnic and leisure spot ever since.

3. Rohua Nala

Rohua Nala is a tributary of River Gandak and is situated in the Mandalpur range. The region is a beautiful combination of wetlands, forests, swamps and cenebrakes. The region has been declared as an Important Bird Area (IBA) by the Indian Bird Conservation Network. Besides several beautiful sightings of exotic birds, the place also facilities boating activities in traditional Shikara boats. You can also spot rhinoceros in the region.

4. Kapan

Kapan is a major perennial river originating from the Raghia Range. Walking northwards along the river, you can witness one of the most beautiful trails of the Park with forest on the side and the trailing river in the centre. You can also spot kingfishers, green pigeons and Indian bisons here.

5. Lalbhitiya

Lalbhitiya is a most beautiful vantage point in the area providing an alluring bird’s eye view of pure- sal forests. The highlight of the place are the mesmerising sunrise and sunset views. On clear days, you can also see the snow white pearly peaks of the Himalayas from here. The place is a common favourite among solace seekers, nature wanderers and bird watchers.

6. Manor Trek

Manor Trek is a comparatively easy trek of 1.5 kms which the tourists can undertake on their own. The trail passes along the forest to the Manor watchtower which provides majestic views of the adjoining snow clad Himalayas and beautiful panoramas of the river manor below.

7. Parewa Dah

Parewa Dah is considered the most beautiful spot of the Valmiki Natural Forest and a trip to the park is considered incomplete without a visit to this place. Parewa means ?pigeons? and ?dah? means water- bodies and put together, Parewa Dah means a place where both these factors co-exist. The area is replete with water doves,pigeons and bee-eaters swarming the emerald blue waters. The water is so clear that you can even see the fish swimming at shallow levels.

8. Someshwar Peak

Perched at an elevation of 2884 meters, Someshwar Peak is the highest peak in the region which can be reached through a trek of 14 km from the base camp. Although the tiring trekking pays off at the top which offers sweeping views of the forest below in the backdrop of the mighty mountains of the Himalayan Range. The path has several stop points like the Titanic Point and Hill Top etc. On the border is located Someshwar Temple dedicated to Shiva and Kali. At the base of the temple are the ruins of the hermitage of Baba Bhatrihari.

9. Valmiki Nagar

Valmiki Nagar is the adjoining tiny town of Valmiki Nagar on the banks of river Gandak at the Indo – Nepal border. The Gandak Barrage has a viewpoint that offers magnificent views of the Triveni and other nearby areas. The area also offers rare sightings of gharials, dolphins, crocodiles, turtles, and other rare and endangered birds, etc. Besides the serene landscape and tranquility, you can also experience river rafting in the area.
Valmiki National Park

Activities at Valmiki National Park

1. Nature Walk

The rich wildlife and the diverse topography makes for wonderful nature walks through the forests. The volunteers are taken on a guided walking tour spanning 4 – 5 km to give them an idea of the flourishing ecosystem of the forests. These groups of 5 – 6 people are guided by professionals and children below the age of 15 years are not allowed. It is a must-experience activity when at the sanctuary to witness the plenteous flora and fauna, and to be awed at the grand and cozy forests brimming with wondrous bounteous nature.
2. Border Trek

Located at the brink of the India- Nepal border with the Someshwar Range as the border between the two countries, the wildlife sanctuary provides facilitates beautiful treks in the region. From the top of the hill peaks, one can take a mesmerizing bird’s eye view of the tiger reserve and the national park, in addition to the parallely located Chitwan National Park in Nepal. The trek is a day-long activity, conducted from 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Besides testing your fitness agility and grit, the trek takes you through a wonderland of steep slopes, settling riverine, meandering streams, and along with narrow passes in the forests. The package includes packed meals en-route. This trek is conducted in groups of 10 – 15 people led by a professional guide. Children below the age of 15 years are not allowed.
3. Jungle Camp

This is one of the most thrilling activities at the camp which is conducted in the anti-poaching camps or in one of the watchtowers. The package includes beds, spotlights, and night vision devices. Special care is taken not to disturb the natural habitat of the plants and animals. Midnight creeks and howls of the wild animals are sure to get up your adrenaline rush. In a group, 2 – 4 people can be accommodated and children below 15 years are not allowed.
4. Tiger Trail

One of the most exciting highlights of Valmiki National Park is the Tiger trail activity. The trek starts early at dawn in the supervision of the tiger trekkers where you follow the trails walked by the king of the forest- Bengal tigers. In case it is your lucky day, you might get to see a kill or the spoils of the tigers. The trek is also very informative where the participants are taught how to identify various pugmarks, scratches, and scents. The group consists of 4 – 6 participants and children below 15 years are not allowed.
5. Watchtowers

There are several wooden watchtowers housed in the forests from where the tourists can take a peek into the privacy of the wildlife. Besides the towers offer enchanting views of the rivers, the confluence, and the majestic Himalayan ranges. These watchtowers are also installed at Thori, Bajani, Singha Sonbarsa, Bherihari, and Bhaluthapa.

How to Reach

Through Railways:

 The sanctuary is situated on Gorakhpur–Muzaffarpur (via Narkatiganj) rail route. Direct trains are available from major cities of the country to reach the sanctuary. Daily/weekly trains are available from New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Siliguri, Dehradun, and Amritsar to arrive at Bagaha (to reach the western part of the sanctuary) and Narkatiaganj (to reach the central and eastern part of the sanctuary). Muzaffarpur and Gorakhpur are the nearest major junctions to get passenger/mail/express trains for Bagaha and Narkatiaganj. The Field Directorate located at the district headquarters of West Champaran at Bettiah, about 70 km from the sanctuary, is also on the same rail route.
Road Approach:

 The sanctuary is about 275 km from Patna, the capital city of Bihar; 200 km from Muzaffarpur, major city and railhead of North Bihar; 70 km for Bettiah, district headquarters of West Champaran; and 125 km from Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, by road. Vehicles can be hired from these places to reach the sanctuary.
Nearest Airports:  

Patna, Kolkata, and Gorakhpur.

Rules and Regulations

Valmiki National Park observes a vast set of rules and regulations.
Liquor consumption or visiting under the influence of liquor is strictly prohibited.

Teasing or disturbing animals in their natural setting is prohibited.
Damage to any plants or trees is not allowed.

Smoking or carrying any inflammable material is not allowed.

Playing any kind of music or any musical instrument during any treks or safaris is prohibited.

Carrying and consuming food in the forests is not allowed.
Carrying ammunition or any arms is strictly prohibited.

Pros & Cons. –

Pros: Clean, unexplored, well maintained Eco huts and helpful staff of the forest department.

Cons: Connectivity and availability of any conveyance. (U have to depend on the vehicle of forest Department) Lack of trained guide. Non-availability of Jungle Safari at Naurangia Done.

Rating: 1 out of 5.
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the RICHEST Barber Of India

India’s Richest Barber. Ramesh Babu from Banglore has proven that good business skills can take you to new heights. The story of this ordinary businessman with extraordinary wealth will leave you gasping in surprise.
He is a barber and runs the business of cutting and styling hair.
He was born and raised in Banglore in a poor family. His father was a barber. After he passed away in the year 1979 he found his family mired in conflict and poverty.

“His father left a saloon in Brigade Road. His uncle took care of it and paid us ₹5 each day,” the entrepreneur recalls.
Those early years weren’t easy, as Ramesh, his mother, grandmother, and siblings struggled for even basic essentials like food and clothing.
“It has been a tough journey, but everything has ups and downs,” says the man who has truly earned his title of billionaire barber.

“I have always told myself to work harder and everything comes together.”
His mother took a job as a maid and earned perhaps ₹40-50 per month that was used for everything, including fees, books, clothes, and everything.

He got new clothes once a year and we managed the rest with school uniforms and old clothes. Once he was sent back by his PT teacher because his trousers were torn, but he couldn’t afford a new one. 
THE BILLIONAIRE BARBER
We had only one meal every day in the afternoon from what my mother got from work. Getting a good meal during a festival was one of our happiest moments.”
Babu’s success story commenced with his buying a Maruti Suzuki Omni with his savings from the barber’s shop. He would then rent out this car which got him some additional earning.

From then on, Babu owned 7 cars as in 2014 while as on date this count has gone over 378.
Babu charges INR 50,000 per day for the Rolls Royce Ghost while prices of other luxury cars vary according to their exclusivity. Though he conducts this business of hiring out vehicles, Babu still reports to his barbershop each morning where he continues to cut hair for INR 100 per haircut.
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DO YOU KNOW THE FESTIVAL Of INDIA, Teej

Teej is a Hindu festival that is celebrated by women in many states of India and by the Hindus women of Nepal.
Haryali Teej and Hartalika Teej welcome the monsoon season and are celebrated primarily by girls and women, with songs, dancing, and prayer rituals. 

Celebrations: wearing colorful dress maxima people using red because red is a symbol of love

Date: July/ August/ September

Also called: Monsoon Festival/Dedicated to Goddess Parvati
Observed By: Hindu Women

How do you do Teej?

On the day of Hartalika Teej, women wake up early in the morning, take bath and wear new clothes and adorn the best jewelry. Women receive gifts from their parents, parents-in-law, which generally consists of traditional layers dress, bangles, henna, indoor, and sweets like ghewar.

What happens in Teej festival?

The festival is celebrated on the third day of the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of moon) of Bhadra in Gujarat. This observance is similar to the Hartalika Teej Vrat. Married and unmarried women observe a fast on the day and offer Kevada flower (Pandanus: pine screw) to Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva.

What is the importance of Teej festival?

The Teej festival is an important festival for married women and much-anticipated monsoon festival. It’s dedicated to celebrating the holy union of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. According to Hindu texts, Parvati is an incarnation of Lord Shiva’s first wife, Sati.J

How many types of Teej are there?

There are three different types of Teej, Haryali Teej, Kajari Teej, and Hartalika Teej; these are mainly practiced in different parts of India.

What can we eat in TEEJ fast?

After a day long fast, women break their fast by eating only vegetarian dishes, like ghewar, rabdi, coconut water, jaggery, rice, dal, vegetable curry, etc.
Ghewar
Ghevar is a Rajasthani cuisine sweet traditionally associated with the Teej Festival. Besides Rajasthan, it is also famous in the adjoining states of Haryana, Delhi, Gujarat, western Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, etc. It is a disc-shaped sweet cake made with maida and soaked in sugar syrup.
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SUPER Strongest BULL YUVRAJ OF INDIA.

Introduction Of Super Strongest Bull Yuvraj

Yuvaraj is a Murrah bull the, best of the 13 recognized buffalo breeds in India. Inderjeet Singh, chief of India’s Central Institute for Research on Buffalow, describes Yuvraj as a Super Strongest breeding bull.
Yuvraj is not like an ordinary bull and he is the father of lakhs of calves. His owner earns lakhs from his one ejaculation.

About The Strongest Yuvraj Bull

Yuvraj, named after an Indian cricket star, produces 45000 doses of semen every year, and each dose costs around Rs 250.
The bull weighs 1,500 kg and is 5 feet 9 inches tall. It produces 45000 doses of semen every year and each dose cost around Rs 250.
Yuvraj is no ordinary bull. Its seed fetches its owner Mr. Indeerjet Singh Rs 150,000 for one ejaculation.

Daily Diet Plan For Yuvaraj Bull.

Yuvraj is 5 feet 9 inches in height, drinks 20 liters of milk, gobbles 300 eggs, 5 kg of apples and 15 kg, 5 kg each of three types of crops and pulses, along with dry fruits every day.

Yuvraj is taken for a 5-km walk every day and is also given a mustard oil massage twice a day.
SUPER STRONGEST BULL YUVRAJ OF INDIA.

About Owner Of This Super Bull.

Owner, Karamveer Singh, a 47-year-old third-generation farmer in Haryana state, India. Singh lives in the village of Sunarion in the district of Kurukshetra.

The hard-working farmer Singh owns a herd of two dozen cows and buffaloes, runs a business, and deals in property. He lives with his wife, half a dozen cars and tractors, and a retinue of household servants. One of his sons is studying for an MBA in Australia; the other is studying computer science in Rajasthan.

How The Owner Of This bull Earned Crore Of Rupees?

Yuvraj is not like an ordinary bull and he is the father of lakhs of calves. His owner earns lakhs from his one ejaculation. Its seed fetches its owner Mr. Indeerjet Singh Rs 150,000 for one ejaculation.
SUPER STRONGEST BULL YUVRAJ OF INDIA.
Karamveer earns Rs 1.12 crore every year by selling the semen of Yuvraj Known worldwide for its high yield, the Murrah buffalo produces up to 32kg of milk a day, almost double than that of an ordinary buffalo. Karamveer earned millions of rupees by selling the semen of Yuvraj. People across the country approach him to buy the semen. Yuvraj is 24 times National Livestock Champion.
His semen is now possibly the most expensive in India, costing up to 350 rupees ($5.65; £3.75) a dose – possibly more than 10 times the average.

Emotional Attachment Towards His Bull Yuvaraj

“Yuvraj is nine years old Murrah breed bull. Once a farmer offered us Rs 9 crore to buy Yuvraj but we are emotionally attached to Yuvraj and moreover, our entire family loves the bull.” the owners love their bulls and they are reluctant to sell them at any cost.

Interesting Fact About Yuvraj Bull

#) India’s super bull Yuvraj father of 150000 calves.
#) Every month his owner pays a big amount of Rs 25000 for the Maintenance of the super-strong bull.
#) If you want to buy this bull you have to pay Rs 9 Crores.
#) Owner Karamvir Singh, who has brought him up “like a son”, says he doesn’t really need the money. “I earn close to Rs 50 lakh a year from Yuvraj,” he smiles.

Rating: 0.5 out of 5.
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Wildest Toilet Museum In India

Mahatma Gandhi’s unfinished task to restore human rights and dignity to the untouchables while providing affordable sanitation facilities to masses throughout the country.

Its vision is to create a healthy and hygienic India, free from the practice of open defecation and fecal pollution of the environment.
The Sulabh International Museum of Toilets in Delhi is a museum run by Sulabh International, which is dedicated to the global history of sanitation and toilets.
According to Time magazine, the museum is one of the weirdest museums among the “10 museums around the world that are anything but mundane”.
It was established in 1992 by Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, a social activist, founder of Sulabh Sanitation and Social Reform Movement, recipient of national and international awards including the Stockholm Water Prize in 2009.
His objective in establishing this museum was to highlight the need to address the problems of the sanitation sector in the country, considering the efforts made in various parts of the world in this field since the third millennium BC.
Unique museums, which has a rare collection of facts, pictures and objects detailing the historic evolution of toilets from 2500 BC to date and provides a chronological account of developments relating to technology, toilet-related social customs, toilet etiquettes, prevailing sanitary conditions and legislative efforts of the times.
50,000 volunteers Innovations include a scavenging-free two-pit pour-flush toilet (Sulabh Shauchalaya); safe and hygienic on-site human waste disposal technology; a new concept of maintenance and construction of pay-&-use public toilets, popularly known as Sulabh Complexes with bath, laundry, and urinal.
To interrupt the transmission, environmental sanitation can act on reducing exposure to infectious agents by limiting contact to wastes or polluted media, and by changing hygiene and socio-cultural practices.

Rating: 2 out of 5.
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The Chitrakote Falls In Chhattisgarh.

Today I would like to share about my readers India is a country which has several unique temples famous for its cultural heritage, various wildlife sanctuaries and it is surrounded by the Indian Ocean, Himalayas, the Bay of Bengal, and the Arabian Sea.
If you are thinking of how you can enjoy the beauty of international destinations via domestic travel? You have to visit The Chitrakote Falls in Chhattisgarh.
Chitrakote Falls
The Chitrakote Falls (also spelled ChitrakoteChitrakot, and Chitrakoot; Hindi: चित्रकोट जलप्रपात) is a natural waterfall on the Indrvati River, located approximately 38 kilometers (24 mi) to the west of Jagdalpur, in Bastar district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. 
The height of the falls is about 29 meters (95 ft).  It is the widest fall in India, reaching a width of nearly 300 meters (980 ft) during the monsoon season. Because of its width and its widespread horseshoe shape during the monsoon season.

It is often called the “Niagara Falls of India”.
Just from the lush green cover of the forest to the presence of mystic caves, Jagdalpur is surprisingly filled to the brim with places that are of interest to travelers.

The best part is, the destination is relatively unexplored right now, and offers travelers a very unique chance of exploring an offbeat destination.
While Chhattisgarh may have a bad rep when it comes to safety (for women and generally) while traveling, Jagdalpur is a serene and peaceful town that is perfectly safe for visitors, including women.
While it may look tempting, swimming at Chitrakoot waterfalls is extremely dangerous and thus, prohibited.

Since tourism is a freshly growing industry, Chitrakoot is currently facing a scarcity of restaurants that serve decent food.

There have also been reports of shops near the falls selling expired goods such as biscuits and wafers. For this reason, it is strongly recommended to carry your own food and water when you visit Chitrakoot Falls.
The later months of monsoon (September and October) are best suited for exploring Jagdalpur. At this time, the weather is pleasant and thanks to the recently passed monsoon showers, the waterfalls in the area are flowing in all their glory. Keep in mind that this is the peak season of visiting the area and thanks to the combination of high tourist footfall and underdeveloped tourism infrastructure, finding decent accommodation may turn out to be a challenge.
However, the Naxalite activities—mostly limited to the border areas of the state—often deter travelers from visiting areas like Bastar. … With the exception of a few incidents, Bastar is no more perilous than other places. Raipur and Jagdalpur are as safe as any other Indian city.
Seven Tourist Places Near Chitrakoot Falls. If you’re visiting (or in) Chitrakoot, have already paid a visit to the falls, here are a few other tourist places near Chitrakoot Falls:

1. Kanger Valley National Park
Established in 1982, the young national park of Kanger Valley is an absolute delight for the nature lovers. The national park is less than a couple hour-long drive from the falls and makes for a perfect day-long getaway for those that have the luxury of time.

2. Kailash And Kutumsar Caves
discovered (1993) Kailash Caves. The cave system is a small one, only 250 meters in length but nonetheless, offers some spectacular views of stalactite and stalagmite formations. The reason behind naming the caves Kailash Caves is that at the end of the cave, the stalagmite formations resemble a Shivling. Another interesting thing about the Kailash caves is the acoustic properties of its walls that emit a sound when struck by hands.

3. Tirathgarh Waterfalls

At a distance of about 35 kilometers from the city center of Jagdalpur, this waterfall is considerably close to Kutumsar Cave. The waterfall area is surrounded by lush green forest and is a favorite picnic spot among the locals and thus, is one of the famous tourist places near Chitrakoot Falls. For those looking for a bit of extra adventure, there is an option of going to the bottom of the gorge formed by the waterfall. The bottom can be reached by climbing down a flight of 210 stars. This staircase is well maintained and is very easy to navigate for people of all age groups and fitness levels.

4. Zonal Anthropological Museum
Established in 1972, the museum features an impressive collection of artifacts, art, weapons, utensils, ornaments, clothes collected from the tribe during the 70s and 80s. The museum has efficiently placed these artifacts in a manner that describes a narrative of the “Adivasi” lives of the Bastar Tribe, before the onslaught of infrastructure revolution in the area.

5. Gupt Godavari

Gupt Godavari is a pair of caves that have a rich mythological story attached to them. According to Hindu Mythology, the caves were used by Lord Rama and his brother Lord Lakshman to hold secret meetings.
With grandness comparable to famous Indian caves such as the Elephanta Caves, the Gupt Godavari caves are relatively unexplored by tourists.

6. Bharat Milap Temple

Those familiar with the Epic Ramcharitmanas written by Sage Valmiki know about an even called Bharat Milap. For those that are not familiar with the event, it took place after the death of King Dashratha, father of Lord Rama. The then ruling king, King Bharata, brother of Lord Rama, came down to Kamadgiri Mountain to persuade his elder brother to return to their homeland in Ayodhya and reclaim the throne.

7. Kalinjar Fort

Located at a distance of about 88 kilometers from Chitrakoot, the Kalinjar Fort is an ancient archeological marvel that offers spectacular views of the plains around it. Rising a little over 1200 feet from the ground, the Kalinjar fort was built by the Chandela Kings in the 9th century. Historically, the fort was viewed as a symbol of great power among local Indian kings, and thus, attracted a lot of conflict over the control of the area.
The fort also houses a number of temples within its premises, including a shrine will wall inscriptions depicting Lord Shiva, Ganesha, Hanuman, and Kala Bhairon and thus, has emerged as an important pilgrimage destination for Hindus all over the country.
1.      By Air. The nearest airports are Allahabad (135 km from Chitrakoot), Khajuraho( 175 km) and Varanasi (275 km).

2.      By Train. Karvi is the nearest railway station and it is 8km away from Chitrakoot.

3.      By Road. State-owned buses are available from Allahabad, Banda, Kanpur, Satna, and Jhansi to reach Chitrakoot.

Rating: 1 out of 5.

Famous BOLLYWOOD Caltex omelet Meerut

The famous Bollywood Caltex omelet Meerut starts in back in 1962, KC Agarwal hit upon a novel idea. He bought an icebox and started serving cold drinks and coffee to the travelers and vacationers who drove past his outlet in their Ambassadors, Fiats, and Impalas on the Delhi-Dehradun highway. Those were pre-bypass days. Anyone heading towards the hill stations like Mussoorie or driving towards other small towns of west Uttar Pradesh such as Moradabad or Roorkee had to drive through the historic cantonment town of Meerut. And Agarwal’s bustling little café poised on Hill Street was just the right place for a casual stopover.
Sometimes the stars of Bollywood, probably on a holiday or a shooting schedule, would saunter in. Yash Chopra, Feroz Khan, Johnny Walker, Bappi Lahiri, Rameshwari, Tuntun, Tom Alter – they all came. So did the politicians (Rajeev Gandhi) and the poet (Shahryar). In those pre-selfie times, they wrote cute, serendipitous notes of appreciation of the time spent there. Saira Bano commented, “It was a boon to travelers.” Dharmendra’s note said, “I enjoyed a very delicious cup of coffee.” “Nice coffee,” re-affirmed note Randhir Kapoor. OP Nayyar, one of the finest music directors in the history of Hindi cinema, said, “It was nice to have ice-cream in the sweltering heat.”
The stars sipped the coffee and slurped on the ice-cream. But it was the omelets that gave the eatery its name and identity. It was called, Caltex, name was borrowed from the adjacent petrol pump of what was then a US-owned company. Caltex is long gone from India and now in its place stands an HP petrol outlet. But the restaurant continues to carry the same old name – the funny-sounding, Caltex of Omelette Fame, to be precise.
At Caltex, you get 12 kinds of omelets; including masala (Rs 60), butter (Rs 70), stuffed (Rs 70), pizza (Rs 100), cheese chicken (Rs 120) and Caltex special (Rs 150). You can also go for sandwiches, rolls, burgers, and chowmein. Among the beverages, the cold coffee served in their own bottles for Rs 30 has always been popular.

Rating: 1 out of 5.
Caltex, which enjoyed huge popularity till the 1980s, lost its traveling clientele after the Meerut bypass came up over a decade ago. “Now we get local customers only,” says Sharukh. It isn’t easy to spot the restaurant, located right opposite the huge Begum Bridge bus stand

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