Cellular Jail, Port Blair (Andaman)

 “Cellular Jail” also known as Kala-Pani, one of the darkest part in the history of independence that reminds us the sacrifices of our freedom fighters.  And today we will know the cruel history of this heritage place. So Let’s Start:

Cellular Jail

 During the first revolution of 1857, the British planned to build this prison, and the purpose of making it was to capture the freedom fighters who participated in the freedom struggle, there was no communication among the prisoners. It was solitary confinement for all the convicts. This is why the name “Cellular Jail” was used for this establishment, where everyone was in a cell, away from the world.

The cellullar jail was a place designed to destroy the body and soul of all those who dared to oppose British rule. It had a total of 698 cells, each cell was 4.5×2.7 meters or 15×8 feet with one ventilator. The wings were designed in such a way that one wing faced the back of the next one.

Locker room

The wall around the prison was kept low, to indicate that even if anybody dares to cross them. They will die either by a bullet or by the wild animals in the surrounding jungles, or simply by hunger and thirst.

In the present day, this jail is a pilgrimage dedicated to the Indian freedom fighters. The jail building had seven wings with one central tower and a conical roof on the top. But at the time of the second world war, Japan Invaded the Andaman Islands in 1942 by carpet bombing from the air and drove the British out. The bombing destroyed two wings of the jail. And the earthquake of 1941 destroyed another building.

At present, it is one of the most popular destination for tourists who visit the place that once had seen extreme hardships faced by the freedom fighters. These brave freedom fighters put their lives on the line to bring the independence of the country.

In the end, we express our gratitude and salute all the freedom fighters and their sacrifices for the independence of our country. we fell very proud to be part of a country that had brave fighters who could fought for their rights, won and brought peace for all of us.

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5 Most Royal Luxury Trains Of India Beautiful India#3

India is the seventh-largest country on the planet Earth and has the fourth-largest railway network around the world. Millions of people in the country travel in trains every day and reach their destinations. Also, Indian Railways(IRCTC) is famous for its luxury royal trains and today we will talk about those luxury and special trains of India that you should travel to at least once in a lifetime.

Maharaja’s Express

1.Maharaja’s Express

Best among all Indian luxury trains Maharaja’s Express is also one of the 5 most luxurious trains in the world. Tourists onboard get to experience the richness of the country in the most distinguished way possible. It was also voted “World’s Leading Luxury Train” for the years 2012,2013 and 2014 consecutively.

Maharaja’s Express is operational from October to April and plies on 5 different routes as mentioned below:

•The Heritage OF India: (Mumbai -Ajanta-Udaipur-Jodhpur-Bikaner-Jaipur-Ranthambore-Agra-Delhi).

Gems Of India: (Delhi-Agra-Ranthambore-Jaipur-Delhi).

•The Indian Panorama: (Delhi-Jaipur-Ranthambore-Fatehpur Sikri-Agra-Gwalior-Orchha-Khajuraho-Varanasi-Lucknow-Delhi).

•Indian Splendor: (Delhi-Agra-Ranthambore-Jaipur-Bikaner-Jodhpur-Udaipur-Balasinor-Mumbai).

•Treasures Of India: (Delhi-Agra-Ranthambore-Jaipur-Delhi).

Palace On Wheels

2.Palace On Wheels

“Palace On Wheels” is another luxury train of India. Luxurious cabins, exquisite wallpapers, well-stocked bar, gracious hospitality, and local culture displayed by the artistic use of painting and handicrafts this train is very much like a palace on wheels that recreates the bygone era of kings and their royal palaces.

Months of operation of Palace On Wheels are from September to April on the route mentioned below:


Golden Chariot

3. Golden Chariot

The Golden Chariot is one of the superb luxury trains of India that takes you to some of the most tourist places in South India.

The Golden Chariot has AC chambers with royal interiors, bars, restaurants, mini gym, Ayurveda spa, and all 5-star facilities. It was also awarded as “Asia’s Leading Luxury Train” in the year 2013.

The Golden Chariot runs from October to March and plies on 2 different routes as mentioned below:

•Pride Of South: (Bangalore-Kabini-Mysore-Hassan-Hampi-Badami-Goa-Bangalore).

•Southern Splendor: (Bangalore-Chennai-Mahabalipuram-Pondicherry-Thanjavur-Madurai-Thrivunathpuram-Alleppey-Kochi-Bangalore).

Royal Orient Train

4. Royal Orient Train

Traveling on the Royal Orient train is a combination of absolute chivalry and unimaginable opulence. It is one of the royal trains in India.

The palatial style cabins, well-trained hospitality, multi-cuisine restaurant with the “watering hole” bar, spacious baths, and almost all facilities come to your mind while imagining yourself in a 5-star hotel.

The Royal Orient train runs throughout the year on the route of:

•Delhi-Chittorgarh\Udaipur-Junagarh\Veraval-Sasan Gir\Dilwara-Palitana-Sarkhej-Ahmedabad-Jaipur-Delhi.

Heritage On Wheels

5. Heritage On Wheels

One of the oldest luxury trains in India, The Heritage ON Wheels shows the traditions and cultures of Rajasthan that have been passed from one generation to another in the finest manner possible. Making travelers feel like a Queen or a King, this luxury train will surely offer a memorable experience.

•Route: Jaipur-Tal Chappar and Shekhawati-Jaipur.

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The Lakes of Nainital-Beautiful India #2

The Lakes of Nainital

Nainital is a famous hill station of Uttrakhand and especially famous for its beautiful lakes. There are a total of 6 lakes under the Nainital. “Tal” is a Hindi word that means Lake. Nainital Lake, Bhimtal, Sattal, Naukuchiatal, Khurpatal, Kamaltal are some beautiful lakes in Nainital and today we will talk about these amazing and beautiful lakes.

Naini Lake

• Naini Lake (Nainital): One of the beautiful lakes in Nainital and surrounded by panoramic seven hills Naini lake is the favorite spot of couples around the world.

The north end of lake is called Mallital and the southern end of lake is called Tallital, Both ends have well laid out shopping centers, with beautifully laid of marts and luxury shops.

Bhimtal Lake

• Bhimtal Lake: Bhimtal Lake is located near the Bhimtal village sorrounded by green trees, The color of trees reflects on the water making it amazing piece of beauty.

Bhimtal Lake is at a scenic spot with a small island at its center and affords splendid views and visuals of nature’s beauty.

Sattal Lake

•Sattal Lake: Sattal Lake is a cluster of mysteriously interconnected seven freshwater lakes (Panna Tal, Nal-Damyanti Tal, Hanuman Tal, Sita Tal, Ram Tal, Laxman Tal, Sukha Tal) offering splendors of nature.

Naukuchiatal Lake

•Naukuchiatal Lake: Naukuchiatal Lake is another beautiful lake in Nainital. Naukuchiatal suggests a nine cornered lake. Since the lake is a quite big tourists can go boating for a long time and see a different view from different places within the lake.

Khurpatal Lake

•Khurpatal: The emarald blue lake of Khurpatal is another beautiful lake in Nainital and just 12km away from the main city. It is encircled by lofty pine and old cedar trees offering a gorgeous vista of mountains.

Kamaltal Lake

•Kamaltal (Lotus Lake): Kamaltal is another lake in the region and is located just opposite Naukuchiatal. This lake has a different name as this lake is abundant with lotus and hence is named Kamaltal (Lotus Lake).

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Everyday life of an Indian#3


Talking about solutions

We had talked about finding solutions in the previous episode, It is not easy to put lives in this direction but nothing is impossible.

Solutions can be found, only if they unite and work together and pay respect to everyone.

• “Trust” is the key of anything that helps in devolepment and peace.

• Education is very important for the successful life and peaceful life.

Everybody knows that these two points are not as easy to write as it to do, but as we mentioned in the beginning firstly they will have to unite and work together and respect each other, after that will be easier to them.

To be continued…

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Everyday Life Of An Indian#2


• Most of the people do not complete sufficient education for their satisfied livelihood, According to orfonline the literacy rate in India is 73.2 percent and India is on #168/234 rank globally in education which is very low.

These are some problems indians are facing everyday. But talking about problems is not sufficient,every problem has a solution and they will have to find solutions together.

To be continued…

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Everyday Life Of An Indian#1

India is second largest country in the world and also it is a democratic country.According to Wikipedia India is seventh largest country in area and has the most populous democracy. But its democracy is demolishing by some illiterate people and Indian people are suffering this everyday in their daily life.

Inflation, Corruption and from many more types indians and mostly poor and middle class are being harassed from the government they themselves chose.


These are not only the problems indians are suffering everyday.

• Some self-indulgent people are fooling the citizens and trying to break their unity through religion specially among Hindu and Muslim people.

• The main problem is that rich people are getting richer and the poverty level of the country is increasing every day.

To be continued…..

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