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Sarnath to soon house Kabir Vidyapith

VARANASI: Sarnath would now house a 'Kabir Vidyapith' equipped with research institute, work station, school and an auditorium for the followers of saint and social reformer Kabir as well as tourists from across the globe. "A Kabir Vidyapith ... Times of India, 4 weeks ago

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Dharm sandhya marks Budh Purnima at Sarnath

VARANASI: The city celebrated Buddha Purnima with religious fervour on Monday with a series of programmes being organized in Sarnath, the place where Buddha preached his first sermon.The celebration began with a religious meet under Bodhi tree. It ...
 Times of India1 month ago Sarnath Dharm Sandhya begins today  Times of India1 month ago
International Business Times India

Taj Mahal, Sarnath and Other Major Tourist Spots to Get Wi-Fi Service Soon

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (L) and his wife Laureen walk in front of the historic Taj Mahal in the northern Indian city of Agra November 5, 2012. All the major tourist spots in the country will soon have Wi-Fi facilities as part of ...
 International Business Times India1 month ago Wi-Fi service coming to major tourist spots soon  Times of India1 month ago Historical, tourist spots yet to get Wi-Fi facility  Times of India3 days ago Soon free Wi-Fi at Qutub Minar, Red Fort  IndiaPost5 days ago
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Sarnath to attract tourists with green mobility

VARANASI: The tourist hotbed of ancient temple town will soon have a new attraction for tourists as the first ever cycle track in the area is expected to be developed between Ashapur Crossing and Sarnath Museum route. The regional tourism ...
 Times of India1 month ago Bhutan seeks to attract more Indians through new tourism policy  Economic Times3 weeks ago

Forest department seeks society to ride over money woes

VARANASI: To overcome financial woes in maintaining Mrigadava (deer park) and sprawling lawns of Sarnath, the forest department has mooted a proposal to the state government for setting up of a society for its management. Varanasi social forestry ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Tibetan treasure on digital platform

Employees of Central University of Tibetan Studies, Sarnath, work on the translation and digitisation of the Tibetan manuscripts, which were brought by Rahul Sankrityayan in the last century, in Patna on Wednesday. Picture by Ashok Sinha Bihar ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago

NESI Sarnath, SolarPower Tie up in Distributed PV Projects

NESI Sarnath and SolarPower signed a distributed PV power project cooperation development agreement on June 10. The two sides have been partners building industrial and commercial distributed PV power projects in Qingdao and share PV power project ...
 Individual.com2 weeks ago

Treasures from the past

The Asian Civilisations Museum's (ACM) latest exhibition, Treasures From Asia's Oldest Museum: Buddhist Art, is a collaboration with the Indian Museum in Kolkata and is sponsored by the Indian government. The exhibition's opening on June 18 was ...
 Asiaone4 days ago
IndiaPost

India wants to learn from Singapore: Minister

Tourism Mahesh Sharma SINGAPORE: India has said it is keen to learn from Singapore how it has developed modern technology and promoted cleanliness and tourism. We have much more to give back to the developed countries like Singapore in the ...
 IndiaPost5 days ago 'India wants to learn from Singapore's experience'  Press Trust of India1 week ago

India forgot Buddha for 1,000 years: Sircar

KOLKATA: A paper containing 85 sketches of old ruins in Amravati, mistaken to be those of Deccan Jainism, that was presented by Surveyor General of India Col. Colin Mackenzie at the Asiatic Society in Kolkata in 1820 was the first step towards ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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