Navneet Rana, PM Modi from Amravati, Rajnath Singh from Varanasi, from Lucknow, what do the experts who visited these places say

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Navneet Rana, PM Modi from Amravati, Rajnath Singh from Varanasi, from Lucknow, what do the experts who visited these places say


Counting of votes for 543 seats of the 18th Lok Sabha elections is going on. Today we will tell you about three such seats which are not only in discussion for the Lok Sabha elections but are also known for their tourism and beauty. BJP has fielded Bollywood actress Navneet Rana from Amravati district of Maharashtra. Amravati is a center of temples. Every day thousands of devotees come here to visit Shri Ambadevi temple, not only this, Amravati has become a major tourist destination.
If we talk about the second hot seat and tourist seat, then it is Lucknow, from where Rajnath Singh is in the electoral fray. Lucknow seat is not only special but also important from the tourism point of view. You can also call this city the city of parks or the city of gardens. Here you will find many parks and tourist spots to visit, which will make your weekend great. Now if we talk about the third tourist spot, then it is the Prime Minister's parliamentary constituency Varanasi, which is famous all over the world for its tourism along with being a religious city. Let's know which tourist spot will make your weekend great… (All photo courtesy: Wikipedia)

Pilgrimage Sites in Amravati

Bhim Kund located in Amravati city is one of the pilgrimage and tourist places there. According to mythological beliefs, Bhim killed Keechak here and threw his body in a bay called Keechakdar. After this, Bhim took a bath in the lake located near here, due to which this place became famous as Bhim Kund. Let us tell you that there is a 3500 feet deep pit in Bhim Kund. Tourists come from far and wide to see it. During the rainy season, waterfalls and streams flow here, which captivate the tourists.

Ambadevi Temple

Ambadevi temple located in Amravati is the pride of Amravati. This temple is also called the heart of Amravati. Let us tell you that this is one of the most ancient temples. The main goddess of this temple i.e. Ambadevi is considered to be the incarnation of Goddess Durga. Devotees come from far and wide to visit this temple.
how to reach
If you want to go to Amravati, you can easily reach there by train. If you want to go to Amravati by train, then you can easily reach there in about 21 hours.

Lucknow

Lucknow

Talking about Lucknow, the city of Nawabs, Lucknow is the main center of tourism. There are many parks here which make your weekend wonderful. Asia's largest park is also located in Lucknow. Asia's largest park Janeshwar Mishra Park is located in Lucknow, where you can visit the entire park by taking a ticket of just ten rupees. Chairs have been installed in this park for people to sit and shelters have been made to avoid sun and rain. Not only this, the entire park is surrounded by lakes, which adds to the beauty of the park.
Janeshwar Mishra Park as well as Ram Manohar Lohia and Gomti River Front Park remain the center of attraction for tourists. Thousands of people come here to visit on weekends. The city of Nawabs surrounded by parks can make your weekend great.
How To Reach Lucknow
If you are planning to spend your weekend in Lucknow, then you can reach there from Delhi by train or bus in just eight to nine hours. If you want to go by your personal vehicle, then you can easily reach there in just eight hours. Or you can also reach Lucknow by flight in just two hours and enjoy the tourist places of Lucknow.

Varanasi

Varanasi

Mahadev's city Kashi is more famous for its tourist places than for politics. Be it Kashi Vishwanath Corridor, Kashi Vishwanath Temple or Namo Ghat, all these are the beauty of Varanasi. If you are planning to visit on the weekend, then Kashi Vishwanath can make your weekend wonderful. Here, along with religious activities, you can also take a cruise on the Ganges at a very low cost.
How to reach Varanasi?
If you are planning to visit Varanasi, you can reach there by road, rail and air. It will take you 9 to 10 hours to travel from Delhi to Varanasi by road and rail and you can easily reach there in two hours by plane.


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