We are all staying at home in our fight with corona virus led COVID19 pandemic. During this time, it is an interesting journey to go through various Indian cities via a virtual tour using drone shots by various folks. As we see that our cities look cleaner, beautiful, captivating and serene almost the least. TheContinue reading “Captivating drone view of Indian Cities during lockdown”
Galteshwar Mahadev Mandir, is a prominent temple of Shiv also called as Mahadev, the ultimate God. This temple is built in the recent past and is a piece of architecture, art, sculpture, spirituality, meditation and religious importance. Galteshwar is a village near by the outskirts of Surat. It is located around 15km from Kamrej, whichContinue reading “Galteshwar Mahadev Mandir, Temples in Surat”
INTRODUCTION Mugal Sarai ~ Mughal Sarai, the Building which is used at present as an office complex by Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) is one of the ancient monuments of Surat city and was built originally as a ‘Sarai’ or Musafarkhana (travellers’ inn). It was built during the period of Mugal Emperor Shah Jahan in theContinue reading “Mugal Sarai | Heritage Site Surat”
HERITAGE SITES IN SURAT History Chronological Order Heritage Sites Circuit Map Monuments – Image Gallery Sites Clock Tower Narmad House Mughal Sarai Andrew’s Library Surat Castle Hope Bridge Gandhi Baug Gopi Talav Google Maps HISTORY History of Surat, dates back to around 16th century during those times it was known as Suryapur. The historic monumentsContinue reading “Heritage Sites Circuit in Surat | Travel Guide”
As with other historical monuments and sites in Surat, Andrew’s Library is often not looked at with as much awe as it should be. Over 150 years old library, held a rich source of information in various areas of history, culture and arts, before over 25000 artifacts got destroyed in 2005 floods in Surat.
If there is any hope to bring back the heritage of Surat’s history, then a strong hope relies on the Heritage Walkway, which is new face of “The Hope Bridge” constructed in 1870s.