My Hometown-Chandigarh – by Divya Sharma

My Hometown-Chandigarh Chandigarh might be mere a city for others but for me it is my home town where I’ve enjoyed all my teenage years. I'm extremely proud to be a chandigarhwali, because its serene beauty has provided motherly warmth and has also made a huge difference in my living. Whether I talk about Chandigarh’s distinction of being the first planned city of India or about numerous architectural works of Le Corbusier and Albert Mayer all have added glories to my … Read More

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Amritsar-My Sweet Home – by Jaspreet Kaur

Amritsar-My Sweet Home The place of birth-the hometown always occupy  a special place in one’s life. Amritsar, a city in the north-western part of India and the administrative headquarters of Amritsar district in the state of Punjab is my hometown. The word Amritsar is of Punjabi origin which means ‘The Pool of Immortality’. Amritsar is home to the Harmandir Sahib, also known as the Golden Temple, the spiritual and cultural center of the Sikh religion. HARMANDIR SAHIB … Read More

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My Hometown-Lucknow – by Asmita Singh

Capital of Uttar Pradesh- Lucknow , is my hometown.Though i was born in Allahabad but my life experienced all its color in Lucknow. Located in what was historically known as the Awadh region, Lucknow has always been a multicultural city. Courtly manners, beautiful parks and gardens(Lohia, Buddha, Neeboo,Hathi, Ambedkar, etc are some of the egs.), poetry, music, and fine cuisine patronized by the Persian-loving Shia Nawabs of the city are well kno … Read More

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My Hometown-Patiala – by Tania Garg

I belong of the royal city of Patiala. Being once a province of its own, it enjoys a rich historical backdrop. Famous for historical places and gardens, it is quite  a clean and green city. In the historic times, the city was famous for its royalty and rich culture. The old city is still seen to be really attached to the old traditions and customs. The large number of schools and colleges for every discipline provide a great environment for edu … Read More

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My Hometown-Jhansi – by Shruti Tripathi

My Hometown-Jhansi I come from the historic land of Jhansi, the kingdom of Rani Laxmibai. Jhansi is a medium-sized city in south-central Uttar Pradesh. It lies in the plateau region and historically, it is a very important place mainly due to its brave queen. This place played a very important role in the uproar of 1857, India’s first attempt to gain freedom from the British rule. Jhansi’s rich history has made it a tourist attraction and tourists are mainly attrac … Read More

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My Hometown-Faridabad – by Chhavi Mittal

My Hometown-Faridabad Since my birth, I have grown up in the city Faridabad, founded by Shaikh Farid, treasurer of Jahangir in 1607 with the object of protecting the highway which passed through the town. To be more specific, my sweet home is in Ballabgarh which comes under Faridabad district. Faridabad  is bounded by the National Capital Territory of Delhi on its north, Gurgaon  District on the west, and Uttar Pradesh state on its east and south. In the last few year … Read More

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My Hometown – by Neelika Sareen

I was born and brought up in Delhi, and I’ve always been in love with my city. Although being the capital of the country, it is very much crowdy and polluted, but I always tend to look at all those nice things that this place has given me. Its rapid development and urbanization has made it one of the biggest metropolis in India. It is the home for more than 12.25 million people and has a large spread of industries. Delhi, located on the banks of … Read More

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My Homwtown-Khojewala – by Anita Puar

I don’t belong to any big city or town. I am from a small village of Punjab named KHOJEWALA  that is located on jalandhar –kapurthala  road. People often say that  villages lack facilities.But from my point of view,these days, a village contains all living facilities. My village is on the main road & is connected to city by direct road. [I will not describe about the cities that are on its both sides because I’ve a lot to tell about my villag … Read More

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My Hometown-Sunam – by Ankita Goyal

I was born in a small town Sunam. Sunam is a tehsil, municipality and sub division of the Sangrur District in the Indian State of Punjab. Situated on the Ludhiana-Hisar railway line, it is connected by road with Patiala , Sangrur , Bathinda , Ludhiana , and Chandigarh. Sunam is the birth place of the famous patriot, Shahid Udham Singh who took the revenge of massacre of innocent Indians by the British on April 13 in 1919 in JALLIAN WALA BAGH in A … Read More

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Nanded,My Hometown – by Sneha Kolbudhe

Nanded,My Hometown.....                       Hi….,I am Sneha Kolbudhe from NANDED which is a district place in MAHARASHTRA.I am in NANDED since last 7 years. Nanded is situated on the bank of “Godavari” river and there is very famous VISHNUPURI dam on Godavari river just little outside the Nanded. Nanded is known as “DAKSHIN KASHI” of Sikh. The history says that the 10th spiritual leader of Sikhs “Guru Gobind Singh” proclaimed himself the last living Guru and established the “Guru Granth … Read More

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