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ENVIS Newsletter: Special Issue on Ujjain

Volume III (3), July– September, 2014

Ujjain is an ancient city in central India, in the Malwa region of the Madhya Pradesh. Situated in the eastern bank of the Kshpira River the city was called Ujjayini in ancient times and is referred to as Ozene by Ptolemy. Ujjain is one of the seven sacred cities of Hindus in India.




ENVIS Newsletter: Special Issue on Allahabad

Volume III (2), April - June, 2014

Allahabad, one of the largest cities of Eastern Uttar Pradesh, is situated on the confluence of River Ganges, Yamuna and the invisible Saraswati (Triveni). It has been one of the most sacred places of Hindus since ancient times and was known as Prayag in earlier times.




ENVIS Newsletter: Special Issue on Nashik

Volume III (1), January - March, 2014

Popularly known as the 'Grape city', Nashik is located in northwest direction of the state of Maharashtra. The city is situated along the Western Ghats and on the banks of river Godavri. The city is both, the district as well as divisional headquarters of Nashik district and Nashik division.




ENVIS Newsletter: Special Issue on Haridwar

Volume II (4), October - December, 2013

Wherever one feels a rush of devotion for God, that land is none other Haridwar (Source: Kalyan Magazine). The short anecdote brings out the sprint of the ancient city of Haridwar. The city is associated as the Gateway to both Lord Shiva and Lord Vishne.