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Life will be blessed by the vision of Adasa Ganapati Adasa village is approx. 50 km from Nagpur and Bappa solves the biggest problem of devotees and liberates them from all worries. This statue of Adasa Ganapati is about 11 feet high and 7 feet wide and is self-made, which is made of the stone. Bappa fills with the blessings of his devotees only by offering a Durva. Through seeing this idol of Bappa, the devotee forgets his misery and demands a boon for his wish. It is believed that whatever the crisis, the mountains of difficulties are cut off from the sight of Siddhi Vinayak and the clouds of misery are cut off. Whether there is a job or pleasure, a child's wish or a hope of a good relationship, is fulfilled by Vinayak's Dharshan. It is said in Vaman Avatar that Lord Vishnu worshiped the Shami Ganesh form of Bappa. Ganapati, who becomes merciful, lends all grace on him. Whether it be a king or a rank, a saint or a fakir Be a devotee or God. This thing can be

Goa

Goa is more than beaches and parties, Everyone must visit Goa once in a life!

Goa (Go Goa) is known for its striking landscape, famous beaches in India, astounding monuments and churches and bustling Goa nightlife. Goa is one of the most visited tourist places in India, especially on weekends, as it is not very far from Mumbai and having Panaji as its capital and Vasco da Gama as the largest city. It attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world, round the year. There are several places to visit & tourist attraction points in Goa, making the Goa travel information and tourism guide incredibly rich with Goa Map & Images. In this amazing beach town, you find a number of options for cheap Goa hotel packages, budget rates for Goa resorts & luxury accommodation with a large range of Goa hotels and resorts. Also there are several affordable tours & packages available for Goa tour.

Goa, the smallest Indian state and much-loved tourist place of India, is situated in the coastal Konkan region and on the bank of Arabian Sea which forms its western coast. Beaches in Goa are the best part of the excellence list of the beach state, where you can rejuvenate yourself. The second major attraction in Goa is the religious places like temples and churches in the town.


Calangute Beach Goa

Mangeshi Temple Goa

Balaji and Padmavati Temple Goa

Calangute Beach Goa

Calangute Beach Goa

Calangute Beach Goa


Calangute Beach Goa

Calangute Beach Goa

Calangute Beach Goa

Calangute Beach Goa

Calangute Beach Goa

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