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Girnar Ropeway opens New Economic Avenues not just Religious Benefits

Girnar Ropeway opens New Economic Avenues not just Religious Benefits

  • February 8, 2021

24th October 2020 was marked as a historic day in the Indian tourism sector when the long-awaited Girnar Ropeway project got inaugurated. It opened the pandora box of unlimited opportunities for travel enthusiastic people and religious people. Mount Girnar is one of the most adventurous and humongous peaks in India. It is a [...]

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Girnar Ropeway, an Engineering Marvel on the Humongous Mount Girnar

Girnar Ropeway, an Engineering Marvel on the Humongous Mount Girnar

  • February 1, 2021

What makes any engineering or construction project successful? Well, it is a combination of several things- Flawless design, perfect planning, keen execution, and expertise. The much-awaited Girnar Ropeway project that was launched in October last year is one of the examples of technical and engineering excellence. The geographical loc [...]

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Girnar Ropeway: From Challenges to its Successful Execution

Girnar Ropeway: From Challenges to its Successful Execution

  • November 28, 2020

Behind every large construction project, there is a lot of hard work, determination, excellence, expertise and many other factors. However, some projects are exceedingly difficult and present innumerable challenges in front of the executors, coordinators, engineers, planners, and all others involved. This is because there also are geographical o [...]

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Girnar Ropeway eases the Visit to Mount Girnar the Major Pilgrim Site

Girnar Ropeway eases the Visit to Mount Girnar the Major Pilgrim Site

  • November 25, 2020

India is a country of many religions and such diversity of beliefs is a unique identity of our country. Most people in India are Hindu and are religious at heart. It is worth admiration that they keep faith in all the religions and have respect for people from religions other than Hinduism. As a result of this faith and respect, Indian people ke [...]

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The Holy Kunds at Girnar

The Holy Kunds at Girnar

  • June 30, 2020

The Girnar is full of mysteries. There are many kunds (reserviour) at its foothill which are considered to be sacred. This blog would take you through the three kunds of Girnar. The first one is – Damodar Kund. It is considered holy, as per Hindu mythology and many Hindus prefer to bathe and immerse the ashes and the bones [...]

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The Ashoka Rock Edict under the Foothills of Girnar

The Ashoka Rock Edict under the Foothills of Girnar

  • June 29, 2020

Ashoka Maurya also is known as Ashoka the Great, was an Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty who ruled most of the Indian Subcontinent from 269 B.C. to 232 B.C. After witnessing the mass deaths of the Kalinga War, which he had waged out of a desire for conquest he embraced Buddhism. He was later dedicated to the propagation of Buddhism across As [...]

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The Girnar Race - Ascending and Descending Competition

The Girnar Race - Ascending and Descending Competition

  • June 27, 2020

The Girnar Race - Ascending and Descending Competition Girnar Parvat in Junagadh district is popular both as a pilgrimage site as well as a retreat for trekkers. Girnar Parvat has a terrain different from the golden sands of Gujarat and the verdant Gir Forest making it unique. Devotees visit Girnar Parvat all year ro [...]

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Lord Dattatreya at Girnar

Lord Dattatreya at Girnar

  • May 29, 2020

Lord Dattatreya or Guru Dattatreya is considered as Adi Guru in Hinduism. He is the son of Atri rishi & mother Anusaya. His father Atri rishi was born of Lord Brahma. Lord Dattatreya performed penance at the top of the Girnar hill. Girnar is one of the most ancient datta kshetras in India. It is situated in Junagadh City of Saurashtra region [...]

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Why visit Girnar?

Why visit Girnar?

  • May 28, 2020

The reasons to visit Girnar are numerous. Of course, if you are religious, this is a must place to visit. Girnar has 866 Hindus and Jains temple. The temples like Ambaji, Guru Dattatreya, Gorakhnath are the most visited temples by pilgrims. If you are a climber, the Girnar will attract you most. The highest peak is 3666 feet. One needs t [...]

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