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My Recent Trip To Shirdi – Anonymous Devotee
 
 

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Shirdi trip experiences are always mesmerizing and this one is also very beautiful. Anonymous Devotee from India says: Om Sai Ram Thank you Hetal Ji for posting my previous experience. This is my second one.

I felt blessed after reading so many positive comments for my health in the last post. Kindly keep me anonymous only, because my name or my being doesn’t matter. Only my experiences of Him matter. All of us are nothing without Him. If possible, do post the whole of my experience. It’s lengthy, but Baba’s miracles are too many to make it short.

Here, I would like to share my recent experience of visiting Shirdi. How He makes plans for us and then makes it go smoothly, is no one can understand. After my health issues, me and my hubby were planning to go on a vacation for a change of mind. Somehow, nothing was materialized for more than 2 months. Suddenly one day, I just like that mentioned that let’s plan a trip to Shirdi, and we can stay in Mumbai also as we have family there. I had casually mentioned thinking nothing is going to move forward. Look at the miracles now. While I was browsing through question and answer website, answer came something like go to Shirdi, you will soon visit Shirdi. And our plans did materialize and we did book our hotel and tickets for Shirdi. I had a desire to take dress for Baba. Now the question was that as very little time was remaining and I had never offered before. How to proceed further? Here I got some help from people in the temple nearby my home and also Sourabh Ji of Shirdi (whose name Hetal Ji had mentioned in her Shirdi trip post). One fine day, I started for a nearby market praying to Baba that You have to guide me in getting dresses. First I found some shawl for Him and then after 2-3 shops, I liked some material in red colour for dress. It was costly, but I loved it very much and believe me I had tears in my eyes, when I finalized the dress and got embroidery and gave to the tailor for getting it ready. When I came home, I cried uncontrollably because Baba had guided me so beautifully and within one hour, I was able to find everything I needed and felt contended. I felt that I am going to offer this to my parents through HIM. Now, I couldn’t wait to see the finished dress, when it came home after 2 days. I was like a child, who has got a new toy, showing the dress with excitement to my husband, who also liked it very much. My kid also loved the colour.

Last year when I had gone to Shirdi, we couldn’t get proper Darshan and facilities to stay as it was our first visit and we didn’t plan it well. This time Baba made sure everything was comfortable, from starting from our home to reaching Mumbai and getting to Shirdi via road. It was as if He Himself was making arrangements. We reached our hotel around 3 pm and after taking little rest, we started for Darshan. As I was not sure how to donate the dress, I kept asking few people around and they all told me to take it to Samadhi Mandir, where the priests will touch it to Baba’s feet and I can then donate or take it home. We went to Samadhi Mandir and there was not much rush, we were standing in the middle queue and somehow we moved to the left side corner queue not realising that we won’t get Darshan from center. I felt little disappointed and asked a person in uniform how to make this offering as we are standing in corner line. He said you are standing in the right place as from here you can touch the Samadhi Mandir and offer the dress also. I felt surreal as if Baba had made us move lines just for this purpose. When our turn came, we offered the dresses and all the dresses were touched at Baba’s feet and Samadhi and given back to us. The uniformed person then told us to kneel down and touch Baba’s feet without hurrying. Then he asked to come back and stand next to him and take Baba’s Darshan for some more time. You can imagine the bliss we felt. Everyone else was moving and going out and we were asked to stay and take Darshan. Can any words describe what we felt? After this we went to donation office and donated the clothes, but I could not get any reply when our dresses will be offered.

Then we went to Chavadi, Dwarakamai and took rounds of the sacred Neem Tree. After roaming around for some more time, we went to stand in queue for evening Aarti. After standing in the line for a long time, we felt that we would not get a chance to attend Aarti in main hall and like last time we would be standing. But Baba had planned it for us, we got to go to main hall and sit and do Aarti reading. I was in tears, while reading Aarti. I was so overwhelmed with His love and His presence that I could not thank HIM enough. He made sure we got Darshan twice. After Aarti, we did some purchasing of sweets and books, met Sourabh Ji, who helped us in planning for Annadaan for next day and retired to our room. Due to some problems, we could not attend Kakad Aarti, but I was not disappointed at all simply because Baba made sure we got to see Him twice the previous day and He must have known that we would not be able to attend next day Aarti.

When I look back I can relate two more incidents and find the connections/miracles/blessings of Baba. First one is that we had initially planned to stay in Shirdi on Thursday night, but a week before we had to change it to Wednesday night. Now see, had we kept our previous booking we would not have been able to get any Darshan due to some problems at our end. So, He made sure that we shift our days and get Darshan on Wednesday itself. Secondly, a few weeks before the trip one day while I was disturbed and kept asking questions to Baba and fell asleep. I thought I saw someone clearly instructing me to kneel/bow my head before Samadhi of Baba not once but twice. I did not understand this at that time. But look at the beauty of events, which unfolded the day of Darshan. I got first Darshan, while offering dress, the uniformed personnel specifically and clearly told me to bow my head near Samadhi Mandir and just me not my husband or my kid. They were already bowing down and I don’t know why I didn’t do it myself in the first place, but I did it after being told to do. I got second Darshan and bowed down to Him after evening Aarti. If this is not miracle, what else is? My Deva exists and only people, who believe in Him can see Him, feel His presence and understand Him. I have a long way to go before I can say that I am a true devotee of Baba, but I do hope and pray that my love continues to grow for Him by each breath I take.

I have to add one more blessing. I had posted my first experience a long time ago (almost 2 months ago) and wondered if it will be published on a Thursday. Yes, it was posted on a Thursday, the day we were in Shirdi doing Annadanam and when devotee’s prayers were submitted at Dwarakamai. Baba wanted us to visit Him before my experience could be posted and that’s how it happened.

The reason I am sharing these experiences is not for boasting, but maybe our experience will instill some more confidence in His miracles. It might be an indicator for someone, who needs just a slight sign/boost for little more motivation in life. These words are flowing out of me, but certainly not mine. They are His blessing for all of us. May Baba bless all of us and give us love, devotion and place at His Holy feet.

Om Sai Ram.

Completely Surrendered to My Lord’s Feet
Shri Sai Nath Arpanamastu
 
Jai Sai Ram
Hetal Patil Rawat

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My Recent Trip To Shirdi – Anonymous Devotee
 
 

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Shirdi trip experiences are always mesmerizing and this one is also very beautiful. Anonymous Devotee from India says: Om Sai Ram Thank you Hetal Ji for posting my previous experience. This is my second one.

I felt blessed after reading so many positive comments for my health in the last post. Kindly keep me anonymous only, because my name or my being doesn’t matter. Only my experiences of Him matter. All of us are nothing without Him. If possible, do post the whole of my experience. It’s lengthy, but Baba’s miracles are too many to make it short.

Here, I would like to share my recent experience of visiting Shirdi. How He makes plans for us and then makes it go smoothly, is no one can understand. After my health issues, me and my hubby were planning to go on a vacation for a change of mind. Somehow, nothing was materialized for more than 2 months. Suddenly one day, I just like that mentioned that let’s plan a trip to Shirdi, and we can stay in Mumbai also as we have family there. I had casually mentioned thinking nothing is going to move forward. Look at the miracles now. While I was browsing through question and answer website, answer came something like go to Shirdi, you will soon visit Shirdi. And our plans did materialize and we did book our hotel and tickets for Shirdi. I had a desire to take dress for Baba. Now the question was that as very little time was remaining and I had never offered before. How to proceed further? Here I got some help from people in the temple nearby my home and also Sourabh Ji of Shirdi (whose name Hetal Ji had mentioned in her Shirdi trip post). One fine day, I started for a nearby market praying to Baba that You have to guide me in getting dresses. First I found some shawl for Him and then after 2-3 shops, I liked some material in red colour for dress. It was costly, but I loved it very much and believe me I had tears in my eyes, when I finalized the dress and got embroidery and gave to the tailor for getting it ready. When I came home, I cried uncontrollably because Baba had guided me so beautifully and within one hour, I was able to find everything I needed and felt contended. I felt that I am going to offer this to my parents through HIM. Now, I couldn’t wait to see the finished dress, when it came home after 2 days. I was like a child, who has got a new toy, showing the dress with excitement to my husband, who also liked it very much. My kid also loved the colour.

Last year when I had gone to Shirdi, we couldn’t get proper Darshan and facilities to stay as it was our first visit and we didn’t plan it well. This time Baba made sure everything was comfortable, from starting from our home to reaching Mumbai and getting to Shirdi via road. It was as if He Himself was making arrangements. We reached our hotel around 3 pm and after taking little rest, we started for Darshan. As I was not sure how to donate the dress, I kept asking few people around and they all told me to take it to Samadhi Mandir, where the priests will touch it to Baba’s feet and I can then donate or take it home. We went to Samadhi Mandir and there was not much rush, we were standing in the middle queue and somehow we moved to the left side corner queue not realising that we won’t get Darshan from center. I felt little disappointed and asked a person in uniform how to make this offering as we are standing in corner line. He said you are standing in the right place as from here you can touch the Samadhi Mandir and offer the dress also. I felt surreal as if Baba had made us move lines just for this purpose. When our turn came, we offered the dresses and all the dresses were touched at Baba’s feet and Samadhi and given back to us. The uniformed person then told us to kneel down and touch Baba’s feet without hurrying. Then he asked to come back and stand next to him and take Baba’s Darshan for some more time. You can imagine the bliss we felt. Everyone else was moving and going out and we were asked to stay and take Darshan. Can any words describe what we felt? After this we went to donation office and donated the clothes, but I could not get any reply when our dresses will be offered.

Then we went to Chavadi, Dwarakamai and took rounds of the sacred Neem Tree. After roaming around for some more time, we went to stand in queue for evening Aarti. After standing in the line for a long time, we felt that we would not get a chance to attend Aarti in main hall and like last time we would be standing. But Baba had planned it for us, we got to go to main hall and sit and do Aarti reading. I was in tears, while reading Aarti. I was so overwhelmed with His love and His presence that I could not thank HIM enough. He made sure we got Darshan twice. After Aarti, we did some purchasing of sweets and books, met Sourabh Ji, who helped us in planning for Annadaan for next day and retired to our room. Due to some problems, we could not attend Kakad Aarti, but I was not disappointed at all simply because Baba made sure we got to see Him twice the previous day and He must have known that we would not be able to attend next day Aarti.

When I look back I can relate two more incidents and find the connections/miracles/blessings of Baba. First one is that we had initially planned to stay in Shirdi on Thursday night, but a week before we had to change it to Wednesday night. Now see, had we kept our previous booking we would not have been able to get any Darshan due to some problems at our end. So, He made sure that we shift our days and get Darshan on Wednesday itself. Secondly, a few weeks before the trip one day while I was disturbed and kept asking questions to Baba and fell asleep. I thought I saw someone clearly instructing me to kneel/bow my head before Samadhi of Baba not once but twice. I did not understand this at that time. But look at the beauty of events, which unfolded the day of Darshan. I got first Darshan, while offering dress, the uniformed personnel specifically and clearly told me to bow my head near Samadhi Mandir and just me not my husband or my kid. They were already bowing down and I don’t know why I didn’t do it myself in the first place, but I did it after being told to do. I got second Darshan and bowed down to Him after evening Aarti. If this is not miracle, what else is? My Deva exists and only people, who believe in Him can see Him, feel His presence and understand Him. I have a long way to go before I can say that I am a true devotee of Baba, but I do hope and pray that my love continues to grow for Him by each breath I take.

I have to add one more blessing. I had posted my first experience a long time ago (almost 2 months ago) and wondered if it will be published on a Thursday. Yes, it was posted on a Thursday, the day we were in Shirdi doing Annadanam and when devotee’s prayers were submitted at Dwarakamai. Baba wanted us to visit Him before my experience could be posted and that’s how it happened.

The reason I am sharing these experiences is not for boasting, but maybe our experience will instill some more confidence in His miracles. It might be an indicator for someone, who needs just a slight sign/boost for little more motivation in life. These words are flowing out of me, but certainly not mine. They are His blessing for all of us. May Baba bless all of us and give us love, devotion and place at His Holy feet.

Om Sai Ram.

Completely Surrendered to My Lord’s Feet
Shri Sai Nath Arpanamastu
 
Jai Sai Ram

Hetal Patil Rawat

 

Must See 20 Places you should visit


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1. The Amazon

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Regardless of which country you go to to see it–Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, or French Guiana–considering it’s the largest rainforest in the world and houses millions of unique creatures rarely found anywhere else, it’s worth seeing for thousands of reasons.

2. Antelope Canyon

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You might think the Grand Canyon is the only canyon you need to see in the US, but really, consider Antelope Canyon, which is conveniently also located in Arizona. Antelope Canyon was created through rivers and streams eroding the sandstone, and it makes for a wholly awesome experience where you can just saunter through miles of them.

3. Uluru (Ayers Rock)

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Located in the middle of the Australian Outback, you probably recognize this one from The Adventurers Down Under. In real life, though, it’s even more amazing. However, you’ll find that flying on an eagle’s back makes it much easier to access, as it’s actually more than 280 miles outside of any significant town (Alice Springs).

4. Bora Bora

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Located in French Polynesia in the South Pacific, Bora Bora is well-known as one of the most beautiful islands in the world. With crystal clear waters and awesome accommodations, there’s no way to avoid this one.

5. Victoria Falls

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Victoria Falls, between Zambia and Zimbabwe, is (debatably) the largest waterfall in the world, with a width of 5604ft (1708m) and a height of 354ft (108m), and a much better choice than Niagara Falls.

6. Norwegian Fjords

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Norway has one of the longest coastlines in the world, but almost certainly the most interesting. Its eastern coast is riddled with hundreds of jagged inlets, jutting right into the inland of the country. The formations within them as well as the views from them are among the most mesmerizing around.

7. Santorini

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Santorini is an island off the coast of Greece, thousands of years ago the site of one of the largest volcanic explosions in history. Today it plays home to spectacular views, crazy architecture, and a storied history (supposedly the same eruption that destroyed it led to the legend of Atlantis).

8. Iceland

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Iceland features some of the most alien landscapes in the world, from huge, partially frozen waterfalls, to the Northern Lights and insane sunsets and sunrises, to miles of barren tundra; not to mention an outgoing population who’s down to party.

9. Moraine Lake

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You’d think a lake is a lake, but surely not. At least not Moraine Lake. Up in Alberta, Canada, Moraine is uniquely astounding because when it’s full, the intensely light rock from the surrounding mountains refracts, creating a neon, mind-blowing shade of blue. Plus, you know, the whole area is pretty amazing in the first place.

10. Petra

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Built around 1200BC, Petra is an ancient city of Jordan, renowned not just for the fact that it’s entirely built inside “towering rocks,” but for its intricacies therein. The city was able to constructed in the desert because its designers, the Nabataeans, redirected waterways, creating an artificial oasis–the center of their caravan trade, and a fortress.

11. Machu Picchu

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Located almost eight thousand feet above sea level in Peru, Machu Picchu is one of the most amazing feats of architecture in the world. While you might think it’s a pretty weird place to put a city, you’d be wrong: most believe it was an estate for the Inca emperor Pachacuti, who really must’ve need to take some time away from it all.

12. Plitvice

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Plitvice is the oldest national park in Southeast Europe, and the largest in Croatia. Its views are something that few would expect in Europe at all, and the fact that it remains relatively untouched (aside from a few walkways), makes it all the better.

13. Great Barrier Reef

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14. Sistine Chapel

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Honestly, with some of the most prominent works by some of the most famous Renaissance artists–like Michelangelo, Sandro Botticelli, and Pietro Perugino–how could you not want to take a quick look at the Sistine Chapel? I mean, it’s in Vatican City, which is pretty worth checking out on its own.

15. Stonehenge

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theories

surrounding Stonehenge, it seems pretty likely that it’ll have to do with the apocalypse anyway, so you might as well see the harbinger in person before it all goes to hell.

16. Taj Mahal

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The Taj Mahal is considered “the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage,” which should be reason enough to visit its vaulted walls and beautiful gardens; but what’s more, it was built from 1632-1653 by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan

in memory of his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Now that is some serious devotion.

17. Palace of Versailles

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The pinnacle of absolute monarchy and the indulgence of the ancien régimein France, Louis XIV transformed this former hunting lodge into one of the most expansive palaces in the world. So indulgent was it, in fact, that Louis had all records of how much it originally cost to build destroyed, though the estimates range from $2 billion up to almost $300 billion in today’s dollars.

18. Great Wall of China

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Construction of the Great Wall began in the 7th century BC and continued for hundreds of years. It’s the longest fortification ever built, constructed to thwart invasions of Mongolian and Manchu enemies. At its height (well, length), it was more than 3700 miles (6000km) long.

19. Angkor Wat

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Angkor Wat is a temple complex surrounded by a moat, built by Cambodian king Suryavarman II in the early 12th century to serve as the state temple and capital city. The symmetry and “harmony” of its design has been compared to the most famous architecture of ancient Greece and the Romans.

20. Church of Our Virgin Mary of Zion

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Located in Axum, Ethiopia, this site is important–like Stonehenge–when we’re talking about the apocalypse. Contained within this tiny structure is supposedly the Ark of the Covenant, aka where the tablet with the Ten Commandments is supposed to be. Something crazy will probably go down here before the end of the world


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1. The Amazon

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Regardless of which country you go to to see it–Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, or French Guiana–considering it’s the largest rainforest in the world and houses millions of unique creatures rarely found anywhere else, it’s worth seeing for thousands of reasons.

2. Antelope Canyon

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You might think the Grand Canyon is the only canyon you need to see in the US, but really, consider Antelope Canyon, which is conveniently also located in Arizona. Antelope Canyon was created through rivers and streams eroding the sandstone, and it makes for a wholly awesome experience where you can just saunter through miles of them.

3. Uluru (Ayers Rock)

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Located in the middle of the Australian Outback, you probably recognize this one from The Adventurers Down Under. In real life, though, it’s even more amazing. However, you’ll find that flying on an eagle’s back makes it much easier to access, as it’s actually more than 280 miles outside of any significant town (Alice Springs).

4. Bora Bora

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Located in French Polynesia in the South Pacific, Bora Bora is well-known as one of the most beautiful islands in the world. With crystal clear waters and awesome accommodations, there’s no way to avoid this one.

5. Victoria Falls

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Victoria Falls, between Zambia and Zimbabwe, is (debatably) the largest waterfall in the world, with a width of 5604ft (1708m) and a height of 354ft (108m), and a much better choice than Niagara Falls.

6. Norwegian Fjords

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Norway has one of the longest coastlines in the world, but almost certainly the most interesting. Its eastern coast is riddled with hundreds of jagged inlets, jutting right into the inland of the country. The formations within them as well as the views from them are among the most mesmerizing around.

7. Santorini

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Santorini is an island off the coast of Greece, thousands of years ago the site of one of the largest volcanic explosions in history. Today it plays home to spectacular views, crazy architecture, and a storied history (supposedly the same eruption that destroyed it led to the legend of Atlantis).

8. Iceland

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Iceland features some of the most alien landscapes in the world, from huge, partially frozen waterfalls, to the Northern Lights and insane sunsets and sunrises, to miles of barren tundra; not to mention an outgoing population who’s down to party.

9. Moraine Lake

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You’d think a lake is a lake, but surely not. At least not Moraine Lake. Up in Alberta, Canada, Moraine is uniquely astounding because when it’s full, the intensely light rock from the surrounding mountains refracts, creating a neon, mind-blowing shade of blue. Plus, you know, the whole area is pretty amazing in the first place.

10. Petra

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Built around 1200BC, Petra is an ancient city of Jordan, renowned not just for the fact that it’s entirely built inside “towering rocks,” but for its intricacies therein. The city was able to constructed in the desert because its designers, the Nabataeans, redirected waterways, creating an artificial oasis–the center of their caravan trade, and a fortress.

11. Machu Picchu

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Located almost eight thousand feet above sea level in Peru, Machu Picchu is one of the most amazing feats of architecture in the world. While you might think it’s a pretty weird place to put a city, you’d be wrong: most believe it was an estate for the Inca emperor Pachacuti, who really must’ve need to take some time away from it all.

12. Plitvice

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Plitvice is the oldest national park in Southeast Europe, and the largest in Croatia. Its views are something that few would expect in Europe at all, and the fact that it remains relatively untouched (aside from a few walkways), makes it all the better.

13. Great Barrier Reef

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14. Sistine Chapel

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Honestly, with some of the most prominent works by some of the most famous Renaissance artists–like Michelangelo, Sandro Botticelli, and Pietro Perugino–how could you not want to take a quick look at the Sistine Chapel? I mean, it’s in Vatican City, which is pretty worth checking out on its own.

15. Stonehenge

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surrounding Stonehenge, it seems pretty likely that it’ll have to do with the apocalypse anyway, so you might as well see the harbinger in person before it all goes to hell.

16. Taj Mahal

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The Taj Mahal is considered “the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage,” which should be reason enough to visit its vaulted walls and beautiful gardens; but what’s more, it was built from 1632-1653 by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan

in memory of his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Now that is some serious devotion.

17. Palace of Versailles

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The pinnacle of absolute monarchy and the indulgence of the ancien régimein France, Louis XIV transformed this former hunting lodge into one of the most expansive palaces in the world. So indulgent was it, in fact, that Louis had all records of how much it originally cost to build destroyed, though the estimates range from $2 billion up to almost $300 billion in today’s dollars.

18. Great Wall of China

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Construction of the Great Wall began in the 7th century BC and continued for hundreds of years. It’s the longest fortification ever built, constructed to thwart invasions of Mongolian and Manchu enemies. At its height (well, length), it was more than 3700 miles (6000km) long.

19. Angkor Wat

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Angkor Wat is a temple complex surrounded by a moat, built by Cambodian king Suryavarman II in the early 12th century to serve as the state temple and capital city. The symmetry and “harmony” of its design has been compared to the most famous architecture of ancient Greece and the Romans.

20. Church of Our Virgin Mary of Zion

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Located in Axum, Ethiopia, this site is important–like Stonehenge–when we’re talking about the apocalypse. Contained within this tiny structure is supposedly the Ark of the Covenant, aka where the tablet with the Ten Commandments is supposed to be. Something crazy will probably go down here before the end of the world


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Classic Rare Collection of India

 Some nostalgic pictures – A rarity to have – Needs to be preserved!
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15th August 1947, First News Paper of INDEPENDENT INDIA
DAIRY MILK CHOCOLATE 1905 TO 1999
Stalin, Lenin and Trotsky
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An Awesome paint of Leonardo da vinci
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The front page of the April 16, 1912 evening edition of the Boston Globe, detailing the Titanic Disaster is shown
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The Elephant Rock – 1858
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Star Cinema ( now at Pakistan ) 1943
Shooting-the-mgm-lion-logo-in-1924
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Incomplete Howrah bridge 1935
Howrah Bridge under construction… 1942…
HOWRAH BRIDGE
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Calcutta bus stand near Howrah bridge, most likely on the Howrah station side of the Hooghly River 1944
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view of the hoogly river at 1880
Last time Netaji was arrested by British police
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A rare one of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and his wife Eimilie Shenkl
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Gandhi ji with his wife Kasturba Gandhi
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Maharani of Jaipur Gayatri Devi – 1940’s
The last train , Dhaka to Calcutta!!! Taken in 1947
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British India and Afghanistan border – 1934
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Gandhi-ji with Netaji 1932
Jawaharlal Nehru, Bhulabhai Desai, and Rajendra Prasad (Center) at the AICC Session, April 1939
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Chatim talay gurudeber janmodin 1937…
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Rabindranath Thakur
Sharat Chandra with Surendranath
Bagha Jatin
deho rakhchen thakur ramkrishna paramahansa deb
rare picture of the family of maa sarada devi
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1968 shayam bazar more
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Family of Indira Gandhi
July 1983  Indira Gandhi felicitates Kapil Dev, captain of Indian cricket team
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Satyajit Roy only 22 years old , picture taken at 1943
Asha, Mukesh , Lata , Kishore & Manna
rare picture of Kishore kumar & Bhupen Hazarika
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awesome picture of RK, dilip sahab and Dev anand
Amit ji with his mom Teji bachan….
Jaya with her son & daughter
Final Journey to Heaven…..Bhupen Hazarika
C. V. Raman – The Great Indian Physicist
Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, FRS (7 November 1888 – 21 November 1970) was an Indian physicist. He was the recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1930 for the discovery that when light traverses a transparent material, some of the light that is deflected changes in wavelength. This phenomenon is now called Raman scattering and is the result of the Raman effect
  
The original picture of Jhansi Rani Laxmi Bai. This picture has been taken by German photographer Hoffman 160 years ago
This was how the Taj Mahal was protected from bomber jets in 1942 during world war.
It was covered with huge scaffold, to make it look like a stockpile of bamboo and misguide bombers.

The covering is still incomplete in this photo. The whole of Taj Mahal was covered but this picture shows only the main dome covered. The govt. didn’t allow any photographers later to shoot the final scaffold cover.

During the India-Pakistan war in 1971, it was protected by covering it with a green cloth and making it almost invisible i.e. camouflaged within the greenery around it.
Even in 2001, after the Sep 11 attack, Archaeological Survey of India took up the precautionary measure to cover it with cloth and it took them more than 20 days to do that!!

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