Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Just Get This Best Free! Amazing Travel Android App from Tourism Ministry

Tripigator App
Tripigator App from Tourism Ministry

Today, I happened to read a Hot News on Travel India. The reviews were fantastic and it looked to fulfill my travel needs of finding and planning itineraries to fascinating places in India
Sometimes, the best ideas emerge from the least likely of people. I was a bit apprehensive! Thus, we imagined, when we first heard of Tripigator, an Android app that was launched recently. The reason behind our doubt? The fact that the Union Ministry of Tourism created the app. Tripigator.

Developed by the Union Ministry, Tripigator is a user-friendly app that offers personalized itinerary of places to visit.
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Benefit 1


It takes  personalized itinerary to a next level by showcasing the places you plan to visit in an integrated map and offering Geo-location-based discovery of details. So, if you are stuck in a place, but unsure of where to find the nearest hotel, try the app and it will offer details of nearby hotels based on your location.

Benefit 2


You can also search for hospitals, ATMs, eateries and much more. It works a lot like a search engine, but here, the information is discovered based on your current location, and provided in a user-friendly way.

Benefit 3


With Tripigator, one can also browse through a list of some of India’s most popular travel destinations in the country, divided into 10 categories like romantic, adventure, culture, family, lifestyle, nature, and so on. Though, we were not too impressed with the list, it could be very useful

Benefit 4


For first-time travelers, or those who want to get an idea of interesting places to visit before heading out.

Benefit 5


The app also offers an estimate of travel costs over multiple stops in the country, based on the current market price of tickets and hotel tariffs.

Cons


Overall, Tripigator is a great app, but not the best, especially since the database of ‘places of interest’ is limited to the widely-known/popular spots. 

However, it’s a promising start towards offering a technologically enhanced experience to travelers in the country. And according to the developers, the next update will allow users to save their itinerary on their phone and access it without the Internet.

How to Download


Available On: Play Store, FREE of course
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Sunday, November 16, 2014

Curious, but Infamous 5 Tourist Sex Spots in India

The prostitution is the oldest occupations in the world and is prevalent in most of the countries legally or illegally.
Though these select 5 sex spots in India are curious and interesting for tourists, you are advised to hold your pants! These places could be a potential source of sexual diseases, if precautions are flouted. Also, there are significant criminal activities, except Mumbai, which has relatively better law and order situation.
Here they are:

1. Shonagachi, Kolkata


A prostitute in Sonagachi Kolkata
Inciting a customer
Wanna a jolt of life time? We arrive at the most notorious, stunning  sex-market locality. Sonagachi is reputedly Asia's second-largest red-light district. Sonagachi is located in Kolkata. Its area contains several hundred multi-story brothels and an estimated 11,000 sex workers (2012). Sonagachi is located in North Kolkata near the intersection of Chittaranjan Avenue and Shobhabazar with Beadon Street, about one kilometer north of Kolkata's Marble Palace area. From here, you’ll can go at Premchand Boral Lane or the Haarkata lane where still the Baiji culture (or the tawaif) culture is prevalent. Situated along the banks of the Ganges in North Kolkata, Shonagachi is one place in Kolkata with a very high crime rate.

2. Kamathipura, Mumbai


Prostitutes in Kamathipura Mumbai
Mumbai red-light area
Kamathipura (also spelled Kamthipura) (Marathi: कामाठीपुरा) is Mumbai's oldest and Asia's largest red-light district.[1] It was first settled after 1795 with the construction of causeways that connected the erstwhile seven islands of Bombay.
Being the oldest prostitute’s area of Mumbai since British time, Kamathipura has thousands of workers seen standing at street side in dresses as seen in the pictures above. When one drives through the lane which is also famous as ‘Falkland Road’ the view is obviously and somewhat dirty. It is also heard that recently they have done this professional business with license allotted individually. Lal bazaar was once tagged as ‘Tolerated Area’ since prostitution was illegal during times.
There is also ‘Cursetji Shuklaji Street’ in Mumbai’s Kamathipura which was also called as safe gully (the word Gully is a Hindi word for lane). It was called safe because it was home to European prostitutes in Mumbai well known Red Light Area of Grant Road. Since then, Kamathipura is still congested with garbage around street bins in narrow lanes where a girl shows off and attract customers.
There are reasonable numbers of stunning beauties among hundreds of prostitutes

3. G.B. Road, Delhi


G B Road, Delhi
In action!
G.B. Road (full name Garstin Bastion Road) is a road from Ajmeri Gate to Lahori Gate in Delhi, India, parallel to the railway lines.G.B. Road is the Asia's No 1 largest and World's second largest red-light district in Delhi, India. It is an area with several hundred multi-story brothels and estimated over 12,000 sex workers. It is lined with two or three-story buildings that have shops on the ground floor. About twenty of these buildings have about 100 brothels on the first floor that comes alive at night after the shops at ground level close. It is the biggest red light area in Delhi. The road's name was officially changed to Swami Shradhanand Marg in 1966


4. Shivdaspur, Varanasi, UP


Prostitutes in Shivdaspur, Varanasi, UP
Prostitutes in Shivdaspur, Varanasi, UP
Varanasi, since times immemorial, has been famous for brothels and the elegant danseuses or what we know as the “tawaif (Dancing prostitutes) culture”. However, similar situations can be noticed even now. Shivdaspur is a census town and a red light village in Varanasi in eastern Uttar Pradesh in India. It resides on the periphery of Varanasi city. The place we’re talking about is about a 10 minute journey from the Varanasi Railway Station and is one of the biggest red light areas in UP.

5. Chaturbhuj Sthan, Muzaffarpur, Bihar 


A prostitute in Chaturbhuj Sthan
Oh my goodness!
Muzaffarpur is a largest city in the northern part of Bihar and located near the Himalayan foothills.In the bygone eras, in India, many temples accompanied brothels. This city of Bihar has an old “Chaturbhuj Sthan Temple, which is widely famous for its spirituality and faith, nearby are numerous small brothels.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

How to Get Tons of Money Praying On 2014 Diwali Day

Simple Diwali Prayer to get tons of money
How to earn tons of money quickly!

Date and Time


In the year 2014, the worship (prayer date and time) as per Indian Standard Time is On October 23. Laxmi Puja is performed during the Shubh Time - below is mentioned the best time for Puja as mentioned in North Indian, Gujarati and Marathi calendars and Panchang. The best Muhurat, or Good time, to perform Puja is during the evening. But in some regions the Puja is also performed during a specific period in the morning and afternoon.
Pray on Diwali for enormous wealth
This is how to pray on Diwali for enormous wealth

Details


Diwali Tithi (Prayer time) is from 1:48 AM on October 23 to 2:43 AM on October 24, 2014

The majority of the calendars and Panchangs in India have given the best time to perform Lakshmi Puja is between

• 5:33 PM evening until 11:13 PM on October 23, 2014 in North Indian Calendars.
• 6:09 PM evening until 08:39 PM in Marathi Calendars
Gujarati Calendar Time for Lakshmi Puja on October 23, 2014:
  1. 6.41 AM to 8.06 AM
  2. 10.59 AM to 3.17 PM
  3. 4.42 PM to 9.16 PM
  4. 12.22 AM to 1.55 AM on October 24
  5. 3.28 AM to 6.40 AM, October 24

Note: There is also a popular belief that the entire Diwali day is auspicious and there is no right or wrong time for performing the Puja. Please note that all time is based on Indian Standard Time (IST). Please adjust as per your date and time if you stay abroad

Now how to Pray and Get Enormous Wealth. Follow This Simple Procedure




  • Take a bath (All members who want to join in prayer) and wear clean clothes
  • Keep a small table facing east 
  • Spread a red cloth on a table
  • Keep idols or an image of  Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi on the cloth (get images from the internet if you can't get it in the market)
  • Laxmi Ganesh on Laptop or just keep your laptop with images of Laxmi and Ganesh
  • Keep Candles, Fresh flowers, some sweets and ripe Bananas on the right side of the images/idols
  • Start praying:
  • Offer flowers, sweets and Bananas, first to Lord Ganesha and then to Goddess Laxmi
  • Your wife or beloved/respected person should be on your right
  • Look at Lord Ganesh and pray
  • “Om mahāgaṇapataye namaḥ“
  • Then look at the image of Goddess Laxmi and pray
  • “Om namo mahālakṣmyai namaḥ” (Best is to recite 108 times, but minimum 11 times)
* Here are 2 the simplest one (108 times)
Simple Laxmi Mantra for Diwali

  • Then everybody should say with utmost concentration and sincerity:
  • “O Goddess Laxmi, give me and my family Peace, Health,  Wealth and Prosperity”
  • Distribute sweets put in front of the Idol / image to everybody
  • If possible, keep the main door of your house open for the night (To invite the Goddess to enter your house and bring prosperity)

  • Lord Kuber, the God of Wealth
    Lord Kuber, the God of Wealth
  • It is strongly recommended to pray to Lord Kuber who is The God of Wealth (108 times or min. 11 times)

ॐ कुबेरः त्वम् धनाधीशः गृहे ते कमला स्थिता ।

माम् देवीम् प्रेषयासु त्वम् मद् गृहे ते नमो नमः ॐ ||
“Om Kuber: tvam` Dhanaadheesh: Grrhe te Kamalaa Sthitaa.
Maam` Deveem` Presshayaasu tvam`, mad` Grrhe te Namo namah Om”




Warning secret revealed

Hidden Secret Mantra in Hindi for incredible wealth


Secret Mantra for great wealth to be recited on Diwali

English: Om Shri Hreem Shri KamalVasinye  Swaha || 

Playing cards on Diwali night

Before or after dinner, get ready to gamble with playing cards or dice and see the results from the next day



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