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... have seen as much destruction as Somnath. It was repeatedly razed to the ground by Muslim invaders Mahmud of Ghazni, Allaudin Khilji and a host of others. Every time it was rebuilt. Moghul rulers did the same. Again it was rebuilt. Aurangazeb followed the tradition, destroyed it yet again and constructed a mosque on its site.
When India gained independence, Vallabhbhai Patel and KL Munshi rebuilt the temple yet again moving the mosque a couple of ...
There are 411 lions in Gir today. That's all. In all of Asia, the king of the jungle, who roamed all over Asia is now on his last legs. In one remote corner of Gujarat, in Gir, is all that is left of the once mighty Asiatic lion.
411 is considered a massive success. It had come down to 10 (yes 10) in British times due to insane hunting. Now the forest authorities are ruthless in conservation – ...
HELP !! I am too scared to post.
The trouble is, I don't know where the click button on my phone is ??
I shook hands with Sher Khan today, but tell me how am I supposed to take a photo of that while my hand is shaking (literally and figuratively) ?? So I didn't take a photo :(
How do I post anything with no pictures ???
Somebody help pleeeeaaasssseee :)
Yes I know 90% of India does , but here is another angle to the liking.
Amitabh Bachchan is now even more liked by Gujaratis after he became Gujarat's "brand ambassador". If you live in India, you surely have come across some ad or the other of him promoting Gujarat tourism. “Breathe in a bit of Gujarat” – in his baritone voice ……
Well, he apparently came to Gir to visit the ...
When you think of lions, you think of Africa. But in Gir, I was introduced to something else "African".
Apparently some 300 years ago, the Nawab of Junagadh imported some Africans from East Africa, Bantus I understand, into his army – presumably they were better fighters than the Kathiawars. He gave them a village to live in and, as often happens in such things, they stayed on long after their original purpose was ...