Shivanasamudra Waterfalls is located 85 kms away from Mysore. Shivanasamudra is an island town that divides River Cauvery into two falls. The two falls are named Gaganachukki Falls and Bharachukki Falls. Rated among the top 100 waterfalls all over the world, these falls offer spectacular view. Yet another specialty of Shivanasamudra is that it houses Asia’s first Hydroelectric Power Station.
Sunday, May 31, 2015
Saturday, May 30, 2015
Nawab Ganj Bird Sanctuary
A drive for 45 kilometers from Kanpur Railway Station leads you to the famous Nawab Ganj Bird Sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh, a natural choice of the migratory birds when the winter bites become unbearable. Stretching fro about 3 square kilometers with a concentric lake which sustains wild life, Nawab Ganj Bird Sanctuary in UP is a veritable heaven for ornithologists and common men. Typically designed for lens-men and picnic parties, Nawab Ganj Bird Sanctuary also houses a Centre for Interpretation of Birds, their behavior and habitats. A perfect ground for gatherings, Nawab Ganj Bird Sanctuary in UP holds small motels, restaurants and eateries to draw tourist attention.
Since the principal attraction of Nawab Ganj Bird Sanctuary are migratory birds found mainly during winters, visit here from November to March to have a glimpse of these magnificent creatures. Indulge in the magnetic view of Shovards, Parakeets and Purple Moorhen as you pass through the palm-lined grooves.
Enjoy the avian encounter with Greylag Goose, Cotton Teal, Red Crested Porchard, Shoveller, Mallard and Coot. Mainly the inhabitants of the Himalayan Ranges, Tibet and China these birds come flying over hills and mountains for a respite from the beating cold.
You can watch the peacock in full plumage, white necked stork craning its beautiful neck; Purple Moorhen in ample shades, the cooing of Pigeons in their gayest moods. Spotted Deer with curved horns and the relatively small Barking deer finds a secluded destination at Deer Park inside Nawab Ganj Bird Sanctuary in UP.
The cooing of doves, the quack of ducks, bell of deer and the buzz of bees choreographs the natural arena in small possible ways, making an immense sound; this is the call of nature, which cannot be ignored by a man. Come and enjoy this natural call at Nawab Ganj Bird Sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh. #bharat_archives #india #mohitness #freelance_talents #nawabganj
Friday, May 29, 2015
Brindavan Gardens is situated below Krishnaraja Sagar dam. The work to construct the garden commenced in 1927 and it was completed in the year 1932. It is spread across 150 acres of land and it is one of the best gardens in the country. It houses a botanical park and many fountains in various shapes and sizes. The musical fountain is one of its main attractions. To enjoy the colorful fountains, the ideal time of visit would be after sunset.