Narendra Modi's cabinet ministers live in a place where you have to spend a few rupees to go

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Narendra Modi was sworn in as the Prime Minister of India for the third consecutive time in a grand ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Sunday. The ceremony was attended by leaders from India's neighboring countries and the Indian Ocean region. Along with swearing in PM Modi, President Draupadi Murmu also administered the oath to several other cabinet ministers. These included many big leaders like Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah, Nitin Gadkari, JP Nadda, Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Nirmala Sitharaman. But apart from these famous faces, there are some other faces about whom people want to know. Today through this article we will tell you where these cabinet leaders belong and what is the specialty of these places.

Raja Rao Inderjit Singh-Rewari

Raja Rao Indrajit Singh is an Indian politician, a descendant of the erstwhile Rewari princely state and a former Minister of State in the Government of India. If we talk about Rewari, then this place comes among the beautiful places of Haryana. It is just 89 kilometers away from Delhi and not only this, it is also a part of Delhi NCR. Historians believe that during the rule of Hemu, the last Hindu king of India, Rewari became a major center for the manufacture of brass and copper items including utensils, building materials and jewelry. Even today Rewari is one of the largest copper production centers in the world, so this legacy is still alive. There are many ashrams, museums and temples here, where you can visit.

CR Patil- Jalgaon

CR Patil was born in a village in Jalgaon. If we talk about Jalgaon, this city is located in the north-west of Maharashtra. There are many ways to reach here, whether you want to go by train, car (State Highway 6) or plane, you can come here by any means. The specialty of Jalgaon is that it is located in a fertile and well-irrigated area, so agricultural goods are easily transported from here to the whole of Maharashtra. The city has all the necessary things like good roads, business centers, schools-colleges and hospitals. There is also a huge trade of gold here, that is why it is called the “City of Gold”. There are many places to visit here like the swinging tower, Omkareshwar Temple, Mehrun Park and many more.

Ram Mohan Naidu – Nimmada

Ram Mohan Naidu - Nimmada

Are you looking for a quiet and beautiful village to visit? Then Nimmada village located in Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh is the perfect place for you! Nimmada is a beautiful village located in Kotabommali Mandal. This village is just 5 kilometers away from Kotabommali. Nimmada village is also ahead in terms of education, the village has a government primary school, an upper primary school and a government secondary school. There is also a lot to visit here, you can visit Sri Suryanarayana Swamy Temple, SVC Ramalakshman Temple.

Annapurna Devi – Maihar

Annapurna Devi - Maihar

Maihar is a beautiful city located in Madhya Pradesh! Its story begins from the 18th century, when it was settled by the Rajputs. In the 19th century, it also became a princely state under the rule of the British. But the real identity of Maihar is found in the famous temple of Maa Sharda Devi, which is located on the top of the Trikuta Hills. You have to climb 1063 steps to reach the temple, but it is nothing for her beloved devotees. As it is said, so is in the name? Similarly, the name Maihar also has a meaning. According to the belief of Hinduism, when Lord Shiva was carrying his mother's body, her necklace fell here. Because of that necklace, this place was named Maihar.

Pratap Rao Jadhav – Mehkar

Pratap Rao Jadhav - Mehkar

This city was earlier known as 'Meghnakar Nagari'. There is a lot to visit here, first of all let's talk about the Kanchani Palace. This palace is very old and has an interesting story about it. This beautiful city is situated on the banks of the Penganga River, which is also known as “Pranita”. This river also gives a lot of options for fun. You will find Saoji Gali on the banks of the river. The oldest Vitthal temple of Meghnakar is also located here.

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