Goa is a famous destination for tourists and is located in India. It has a rich history and culture and was ruled from time to time by different dynasties. The Portuguese ruled this sate for 450 years till Indian army took control. When it celebration time in Goa, beaches have a major role to play. You can have lot of fun on these spots. When it comes to tourism in Goa, 12 percent of the people with foreign origin come to Goa just to have fun on these beaches.
In Day 3 the tourists can explore different facts of Chandigarh which is quite near Delhi. Rose garden is the signature icon of Chandigarh. Rose Garden of Chandigarh is world famous and people from different parts of the world come here.
Kotdwar : Kotdwar is the gateway to the hills. It is one of the rail terminus for the Garhwal. The nearby places of interest include the ancient Karnva Ashram, where Shakuntala (on of the main actress of the great epic Mahabharata) gave birth to the price Bharat, Sidhbali temple and the Charaik hills. It is the important place from the historical point of view.
The battle took place on the day of Good Friday. The British Join Indian Army gained upper hand over the Ethiopian empire. The casualties were more on the side of Ethiopian empire. The deadly battle took place for nearly two days. The Ethiopian King Tewodros II was fighting a losing battle. Finally, he realized that he was no more going to win. So, he killed himself so as to prevent himself from getting captivated. Thus, the battle came to an end with victory over the side of the British Empire. The British army set fire to many churches and buildings near Magdala. The British also plundered and looted the Ethiopian Empire.
Red Fort – Often known as Lal Qila in Hindi, was built in 17th century by Shah Jahan the then Mughal Emperor. The red fort served the residence for the Mughal families. The last emperor to rule the Red Fort was Bahadur Shah Zafar. In the year 2007, Red Fort was designated as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. After Independence, Red Fort is also used for the Prime Minister speech on 15th of August of every year.
In 1909 former Japanese Prime Minister Ito Hirobumi was assassinated during a visit to Harbin, China by Korean nationalist An Jung-geun, who was later hanged.
In 2007, Shahrukh appeared as the host of the third season of the popular game showKaun Banega Crorepati which was a moderate success. His next attempt as a game show host for Kya Aap Panchvi Pass se Tez hain? was a failure. His success continues with his highly popular and successful films such as Chak De India, om Shanti Om, Rab Ne Bana di Jodi and My Name is Khan.