Mahendragiri is situated in the Paralakhemundi sub-division of Gajapati district in Odisha, about 245km south west of the state capital Bhubaneswar. The triple-top highland is part of the Eastern Ghats and the second highest mountain peak of Odisha at a height of 4,925ft after the Deomali mountain (5,486ft), which is in the Koraput district. Paralakhemundi city is the headquarter of Gajapati...
Nagpur Ram temple in Ramatek
Nagpur is one of the fastest-growing metropolises in India situated on the banks of the river Nag in Maharashtra, almost at the geographic centre of the country. It is an ancient city with traces of human existence about 3,000 years ago, according to archaeological surveys. Excavations in this region have unearthed lithic tools and several megalithic burial places among other...
Janaki Mandir Sitamarhi
Sitamarhi is situated on the banks of the Lakhandei River in the Mithila region in northern Bihar. It lies in the fertile middle Ganges plain in the district of Sitamarhi, bordering Nepal at the foothill of Himalayas. Apart from Lakhandei, rivers such as  Baghmati, Aghwara, and Manusmara also flow through the District, making the areas fertile, the hazard of flooding...
Bhadrachalam sri Ramachandra Swamy temple
The temple town of Bhadrachalam is a famous pilgrim center for Hindus, situated on the banks of Godavari river in Bhadradri Kothagudem district of Telangana. It lies around 310km east of the state capital Hyderabad. Bhadradri Kothagudem district was created in 2016,  by splitting Khammam district. Kothagudem town is the headquarters for the district, while Bhadrachalam is one of its...
Chitrkoot Dham
Chitrakoot, meaning the 'Hill of many wonders' is an important center identified under the Ramayana Circuit by the central government, because of its religious, cultural, historical and archaeological significance. The region is situated  in the northern Vindhya range of mountains spread across the states of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. The part of the Chitrakoot region that falls in Madhya...