Film Screening at Chitnavis Centre

Posted by Vinay Yadav on January 6, 2015 in Nagpur
Film Screening at Chitnavis Centre
Chitnavis Centre, located at Civil Lines Nagpur have organized a screening of French Documentary film Etre et Avoir (To Be and To Have) on 7th January 2014 at 7:00p.m. The Chitnavis Centre promotes art, culture and human resource development by organizing multiple activities such as Seminars, Workshops, Conferences, Art shows, films screenings and musical programs.
 

Nagpur: The Smart city

Posted by Vinay Yadav on January 2, 2015 in Nagpur
Nagpur: The Smart city
Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has announced plans to develop many cities of Maharashtra state into Smart City. Smart City is a self-sustaining city that offers competitive environment for businesses, working professionals, 24x7 electricity, sanitation, and good quality of life. In other words, a city that offers everything to professionals - they will never need to migrate to other cities or states. Smart City will also have world class Social infrastructure, physical infrastructure, economical infrastructure along with Institutional infrastructure.
 

Shaneshwar Dham, Butibori Umred Road

Posted by Vinay Yadav on December 24, 2014 in Nagpur
Shaneshwar Dham, Butibori Umred Road
For more details about this temple, please visit http://www.nagpurpulse.com/article/shaneshwar-dham-and-21-temples
 

Shaneshwar Dham and 21 Temples

Posted by Vinay Yadav on December 24, 2014 in Nagpur
Shaneshwar Dham and 21 Temples
Shaneshwar Dham has a large Shani Dev temple. The statue is made up of wood with a height of around 20 ft. The temple premises contains 21 additional temples of various deities. Shaneshwar Dham is located around 10 kms from Butibori towards Umred. The temple is 40 Kms from Nagpur Zero Mile. This is perhaps the only Shani temple in Nagpur surrounding that allows Women to be part of it. Generally Women are not allowed near the Shani statue. The temple was established by Late Manikrao Dayaramji Vaid around 22 years ago. Address Shaneshwar Dham, Thana,
 

Vittal Rukmini Temple, Kaundanyapur

Posted by Vinay Yadav on December 20, 2014 in Nagpur
Vittal Rukmini Temple, Kaundanyapur
Kaundanyapur is located around 100 kms from Nagpur and 43 Kms from Amaravati.
 

Kaundanyapur: Where Lord Krishna kidnapped Rukmini

Posted by Vinay Yadav on December 18, 2014 in Nagpur
Kaundanyapur: Where Lord Krishna kidnapped Rukmini
Kaundanyapur holds an important places in India history. Kaundanyapur was known as Kundinapuri in Mahabharat period. It was the capital of Vidarbha and was ruled king named Bhima. It is located around 100 kms from Nagpur and 40 kms from Amravati. As per the mythological tales, Lord Kirshna came to kidnap Rukmini, the beautiful daughter of king Bhima in Kaundanyapur. And later married her at Madhavpur in Gujarat. Some sources also mention that Lord Rama's grandmother belonged to this place too.
 

Shri Gurudev Seva Ashram, Mozari, Amravati

Posted by Vinay Yadav on November 18, 2014 in Nagpur
Shri Gurudev Seva Ashram, Mozari, Amravati
Shri Gurudev Seva Ashram - the place where Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj lived. This place is located around 121 kms from Nagpur towards Amravati.
 

100th convocation of Nagpur University (RTMNU) today

Posted by Vinay Yadav on September 26, 2014 in Nagpur
100th convocation of Nagpur University (RTMNU) today
Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University will hold its 100th convocation on Friday September 26th 2014. The event will be held at University's ground on Amravati road at Dr Raobahadur D Laxminarayan premises. AJP Abdul Kalam, former President of India, will be the chief guest. Dr Abhay Bang will be the guest of Honour. Dr Vijay Bhatkar, the brain behind the Super Computer will be honored with D.Litt degree.
 

Kids make Eco friendly Ganesha Idols in CMCA contest

Posted by Vinay Yadav on August 25, 2014 in Nagpur
Kids make Eco friendly Ganesha Idols in CMCA contest
Sir Gangadharrao Chitnavis Trust has organized an Eco friendly Ganesha idol making competition under it’s project CMCA (Children’s Movement for Civic Awareness) for 7th students from 14 Schools participated in the contest enthusiastically. Mr. Tarul Vikamshi, Ms. Sangeeta Parekh and Ms. Sangeeta Kumar were the judges for the competition. Mst. Prathamesh Bhowte of Bharti Krishna Vidya Vihar won the first prize while Ms. Shreya Dangarwar of Mount Carmel Girls’ High School received the second and Mst. Vedit Jayaswal of Centre Point School, Katol Road bagged the third prize.
 

Maharashtra govt plans to offer engineering diploma courses in Marathi

Posted by Vinay Yadav on June 29, 2014 in Nagpur
Maharashtra govt plans to offer engineering diploma courses in Marathi
Maharahstra Government's department of higher and technical education (H&TE) is planning to offer engineering diploma courses in Marathi language. This move is intended to help students from rural and semi-urbal areas acquire technical and skill-based education. "All technical terms will be retained in English language and the rest of the curriculum will be translated in Marathi," H&TE minister Rajesh Tope told reporters.
 

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