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Sublocality
“Pashupatinath is more than just a religious destination. It is a combination of religion, art, and culture. It offers peace and devotion. The temple, spread across 246 hectors of land abounds in temples and monuments. Hundreds of rituals are performed here every day. The temple premises is an open museum. This national treasure was designated a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site in 1979. This temple is an important destination for art historians. It displays a variety of temple design some of which are Dome style, Pagoda style, Shikhara style and so on. Additionally there are varieties of statues and sculptures around the complex. There are statues made out of stone, metal, and wood. The door and pillars around the temple area are carved in beautiful shapes of God and griffins. Pashupatinath stretches from the main temple of Pashupatinath to Guheshwori. There are many famous temples inside this area including the Bhuwaneshwori, the Dakshinamurti, Tamreshwor, Panchdewal, Bishwarupa, and others. The temple of Kali, located on the banks of River Bagmati has an interesting appearance and loaded with mythology. The myth is that the statue grows out of its original spot and that the world will come to an end when the half-in half-out figure is fully exposed. Each temple has its own set of rituals to be performed, and every temple has specific values and customs. On the other side of the river is a small forest Shleshmantak, home to animals like deer and monkeys. A traditional crematorium stands on the banks of the River Bagmati. Pashupatinath's vast area embraces cultural heritage, forest, and water resources which need to be preserved and managed. Hence the Pashupati Area Development Trust (PADT) was founded in 1996. Since then, the activities at Pashupati are governed by this administrative body.”
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Leipomo
“A hole-in-the-wall bakery that is run out of the ground floor of a residential house. Intimate. Not the best bread in the neighborhood, but they are just too cool!”
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Ravintola
“If you're really craving a burger, this place is a decent alternative for joints that are located far away.”
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Elokuvateatteri
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Muut hyvät ulkoilmapaikat
“Although it is the smallest of all the wildlife sanctuaries in Goa, Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary is also the most popular with children, families and eco-tourists. Its convenient location in the Ponda Taluka combined with its manageable size of just 8 sq. km; make it an ideal destination for a day trip. The sanctuary is well equipped to entertain both day trippers and overnight visitors. In addition to the plethora of animal and plant life that one can experience within the sanctuary, there are also a number of other attractions including a zoo, deer safari park, botanical gardens and Nature Interpretation Centre.”
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Maisemallinen näköalapaikka
“There’s a short trek downhill you will need to take to reach the beautiful and almost private beach ”
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Ravintola
“A unique space with high quality food and a creative menu. It has a nice ambiance for a romantic getaway. A bit on the pricey side. Our favourite spot for Sangria.”
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Ravintola
“Located slightly far away from touristic places, this restaurant offers wide variety of fresh seafood”
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Hindu Temple
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Ravintola
“A Reverie is a fine-dining restaurant serving molecular gastronomy food that is perfect for most occasions, like a date or even just a relaxed evening.”
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Natural Feature
“TOP 10 AMAZING THINGS TO DO IN ARUGAM BAY, SRI LANKA There’s a reason why Arugam Bay hold the 5th position in the list of the world’s best surfing spots. The beach stretches for 3 km along the Eastern Coast of Sri Lanka and its laid-back ambiance lures beach lovers to soak up the beach vibes. There are many surf points around the beach town ranging for beginners to seasoned surfers so adventure is never far away for those looking for their perfect wave. Did you know: Arugam Bay used to be a forgotten town until the mid-late 20th century when it was discovered by surfers. 1 )ARUGAM BAY SURFING Arugam Bay is one of the world’s top surfing destinations, so if you go all the way out there and don’t at least try to go surfing — then you’ve made a huge mistake. There are four main surfing spots to choose from: Main Point: this is the surf spot actually located in Arugam Bay. Every morning you’ll see dozens of surfers out there catching some quality waves. This is recommended more for intermediate to advanced surfers. Whiskey Point: About a 15 minute drive from Arugam Bay is this famous surf spot. It’s a really beautiful beach as well, and can provide some excellent waves for beginner surfers. You’ll also notice heaps of people on surfing lessons. Elephant Rock: about 3km south of Arugam Bay provides an appreciation of the extent of the beautiful beaches. In the early morning or evening we will have the sight of elephants roaming nearby. Yet it is a good place which provide for surf school and beginners with sandy bar and shallow water. Surfers will enjoy much more at this place 2 ) YOGA I feel like surfing destinations always seem to be yoga destinations as well, and Arugam Bay is no exception. When you’re walking up and down the main street, you’ll see that there are tons of yoga places. It’s a great way to start the day, get some exercise, and relax a bit 3 ) KUMANA NATIONAL PARK You’ll see signs all over Arugam Bay for booking a Kumana safari. This is in Yala East, so it’s definitely recommended if you haven’t done any safaris in Sri Lanka. You’ll see heaps of elephants, and if you’re lucky can spot a leopard. Sri Lankan is known for having beautiful and great safari experiences, 4 ) WHISKEY POINT FRIDAY NIGHTS Arugam Bay is also the main party destination in Sri Lanka, and Friday nights at Whiskey Point should not be missed. Beautiful people at a beautiful location, great music, and lots of dancing. Once the arrack starts pouring, you’ll be glad you went. 5 ) MAMBO’S SATURDAY NIGHTS The legendary weekly beach party at Mambos’ is an absolute must for anyone visiting Arugam Bay. It’s honestly so much fun, and was one of the highlight’s of my time in the country. I’ve been three different times now, and each time was a solid night. The music basically doesn’t stop until everyone leaves, and the hard-core party people always make it to the sunrise! The music is really groovy deep / tech-house, and the party is always bumping. 6) Pottuvil Lagoon Eco Tour The Pottuvil Lagoon Eco tour is a new initiative in the management of mangroves and wildlife in Sri Lanka. It brings together local fishermen, government officials and tourists, in an effort to conserve and protect the abundant wildlife found in Pottuvil Lagoon.During the two-hour canoe tour through Pottuvil Lagoon, you will experience the serenity and beauty of a mangrove ecosystem. The mangrove forest is home to a huge variety of birds such a sea eagles, kingfishers, pelicans, herons, darters, grebes and long-legged stilts. In the trees, you can see both varieties of Sri Lanka’s maquace monkeys. In the water lurk crocodiles, water monitor lizards, freshwater snakes and a multitude of fish and prawns. You can identify all these in the Ecotour Information Centre before you set out on the eco tour. 7) Arugam Bay TUK TUK Safari Travelling through A Bay in a Tuk Tuk enhances the local vibe and allows you to experience your destinations with all senses. The delicate wind coming in from the sides, the sounds of other vehicles and occasional wildlife, the scenic views and the feeling of Sri Lankan warmth make the Tuk Tuk safari all the more thrilling.The best part, you get a friendly Tuk Tuk driver guide who will give you the details of everything you visit or see 8 ) EXPLORE PANAMA TANK Arugam Bay is one of those rare beach destination where you can glimpse wildlife and driving through the Panama Tank is a definite must. Just a 15 minute ride from Arugam Bay, Panama Tank flaunts a stunning landscape where you can spot a few crocodiles. Keep your cameras ready because you’re obviously going to want to take as many photos as you can. 09) Special Helicopter Tour at Arugam Bay Special Helicopter Tour was organized by the Chamber of Tourism and Industry, Sri Lanka with the support of IWS Aviation Pvt Ltd to mark the World Tourism Day at Arugam Bay recently. In order to view the natural beauties of Arugam Bay in the Pottuvil division, large number of local and foreign tourists participated on this aerial trip. They were able to view the Arugam Bay Sea, Jungle, dwelling land like Ullai and Pottuvil views on this trip. The number of tourists frequenting this health resorts at Arugam Bay is increasing day by day. A good number of tourists are expected to visit this area in last several years. The Bay is situated on the Indian Ocean in the dry zone of Sri Lanka's southeast coast and 320km from Colombo and can reach within 7 hours via Monaragala. The beach is a wide sweeping sandy area in front of the village 'Ulla', is an attraction for swimming all year round. The beach isn't the only attraction in the area. The countryside of the village of Arugam Bay brings about loveliest sceneries that span over mangrove, jungle, lagoon, river, rice fields and dunes. The surfing season in Arugam Bay starts in April and ends in October. During the season the wind is predominantly offshore. Two kilometers inland from Arugam Bay is the scenic Pottuvil Lagoon. 10) Arugambay to Ella: How to get to Arugam Bay from Ella:The distance between Arugam Bay and Ella is 87 km. The road distance is 137.2 km. A) Nine-Arch Bridge in Ella One of the highlights in the mountain village Ella is the 30-meter high Demodara Nine Arch Bridge. With a small 30-minute walk through the jungle, you will reach a piece of beautiful architecture that is hidden between lush green tea fields. It is allowed to walk on the bridge and it’s one of the things you must do in Sri Lanka. B) Ravana Ella Ravana Ella can be spotted on Ella -Wellawaya main road. Kirinidi Oya is the water course for this beautiful cascading waterfall. Many of the Sri Lankan waterfall can be spotted in middle of the jungle, with some lengthy routes. But since this falls is located just next to the main road, everybody can reach this without any trouble. So this becomes very popular sightseeing spot for photography. Ravana ella is related to the famous Indian epic Ramayana. According to the story king Ravana captured the prince Seetha and kept her hidden in a cave which is located behind the Ravana falls. During the dry season water level reduces drastically and Ravana falls becomes very skinny, but again becomes majestic during the up stream rainy seasons. Locals who are travelling to upcountry used to stop by the ella and get shower at here C) Adisham Bungalow If you are staying in Ella for more than a day or two and visiting Haputale, do not miss this monastery which is a highly recommended tourist attraction in the area. Open for sightseers only on weekends, public holidays and school holidays. A 4 km drive from Haputale will lead you to Adisham, a monastery run by Benedictine Monks. Wrapped in the tranquillity of the misty hills, Adisham Bungalow attracts every eye that falls on it. The pages of history reveal that the creator of this enthralling place is Sir Thomas Lister Villiers in 1931. Sir Thomas Lister Villiers Sir Thomas Lister Villiers was born in 1869 in Adisham, an ancient village which lies in the hollow of the Kent country side. He was the son of Reverend Prebendary Henry Montegu Villiers who belonged to Clarendon family and his mother was Lady Victoria Russell the daughter of (Grandfather of Sir Thomas Lister Villiers) who was twice the prime minister of Britain (1846 – 52, & 1865 – 66). As leader of the Whig party, he was most responsible for changing its name to the Liberal Party. There are several tea estates and Hindu Kovils also at near Adisham bungalow. Up side of bungalow is a eucalyptus forest and downside of bungalow is railway between Haputale and Idalgashinna railway stations. Garden of Adisham is a fruit estate and flower estate. Jams, ”
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Point of Interest
“Designed by French architect Louis Kahn, an enormous building build after liberation of Bangladesh.”
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Mosque
“Lalbagh Fort is an incomplete 17th century Mughal fort complex that stands before the Buriganga River in the southwestern part of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The construction was started in 1678 AD by Mughal Subahdar Muhammad Azam Shah who was son of Emperor Aurangzeb and later emperor himself.”
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Hindu Temple
“Dhakeshwari National Temple (Bengali: ঢাকেশ্বরী জাতীয় মন্দির, romanized: Ðhakeshshori Jatio Mondir) is a Hindu temple in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is state-owned, giving it the distinction of being Bangladesh's 'National Temple'. The name "Dhakeshwari" (ঢাকেশ্বরী Ðhakeshshori) means so called "Goddess of Dhaka". Since the destruction of Ramna Kali Mandir in 1971 by the Pakistan Army during the Bangladesh Liberation War, the Dhakeshwari Temple has assumed status as the most important Hindu place of worship in Bangladesh.[1]It is also the largest Hindu temple in Bangladesh.[2] This temple is part of the famous Shakti Peethas in Indian Subcontinent. Here the gem of sati's crown had fallen. The Dhakeshwari temple was built in the 12th century by Ballal Sen, a king of the Sena dynasty, and it is said that the city was named after the Goddess.[3] The current architectural style of the temple cannot be dated to that period because of the numerous repairs, renovations and rebuilding which have taken place over time. It is considered an essential part of Dhaka's cultural heritage. Many researchers[who?] believe that the temple is also one of the Shakti Peethas, where the jewel from the crown of the Goddess Sati had fallen. Although there is not enough historical context to establish this as a fact, researchers have been directed to this site while trying to locate the particular Shakti Peetha. Since ages, the temple has been held in great importance. The original 800-year-old statue was taken to Kumartuli, Kolkata, West Bengal, India. During the partition of India, she was brought to Kolkata from Dhaka with millions of refugees. By 1950, the businessman Debendranath Chaudhary built the temple of Goddess in Kumortuli area and established some of the Goddess' property for her daily services. The idol is 1.5 feet tall, has ten arms, mounted on her lion in the form of Katyani Mahishasurmardini Durga. On her two sides are Laxmi, Saraswati, Kartik and Ganesh. A Tiwari family from Azamgarh was appointed by the royal family for daily worship of the deity. In 1946, the descendants of that family came to Calcutta and were re-appointed, where they still serve the Goddess continuously. Current presiding deity here in Dhakeshwari Temple is the replica of original idol. Original Original: The Goddess statue at the Dhakeshwari Mata Temple in Kolkata Replica Replica: The Goddess statue at the Dhakeshwari Temple Dhakeswori Mata Idol in Kolkata and Dhaka It is widely believed[according to whom?] that the Queen, wife of King Bijoy Sen went to Langolbond for bathing. On her way back she gave birth to a son, known to historians as Ballal Sen. After ascending to the throne, Ballal Sen built this temple to glorify his birthplace. Legends say that Ballal Sen once dreamt of the deity covered under the jungle. Ballal Sen uncovered the deity from there and built a temple, named for Dhakeswari. Whatever the legends describe, Hindus consider Dhakeswari to be the presiding deity of Dhaka, which is an incarnation or form of Goddess Durga the Adi Shakti. The idol of Durga is called Dhakeswari .”
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Kahvila
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“Wildly popular with local yogis, this buzzing healthy cafe offers a menu of satisfying Indian and Western dishes, including great salads, served up on tree trunk tables. Their green smoothies and lassis and other drink concoctions (beet and ginger lemonade) are also superb.”
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Lake
“Kukkarahalli Lake is the most delightful place to go for an early morning or sunset walk. The circuit take around 45 mins at a good pace. Watch the bird life and the human life as you get the exercise.”
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