February 9, 2019

'Vilnius, The G-Spot Of Europe', Nobody knows where it is but when you find it, it's amazing and there are many reasons to visit the place. - Quote about 'Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania' - Sachin Kumar Gupta 

Continuing from my last post about places to visit in Vilnius, Lithuania. It mentions about most interesting places to visit in Vilnius.  You will love the place even in winters even though it can be very cold. Vilnius's rivers freeze over in particularly cold winters, and the lakes surrounding the city are almost always permanently frozen during this time of year. 

I enjoyed the time fullest, and loved the TV tower during this time, and click some unique pictures. Snowfall at time to time can be enjoyed during this time of the year. Almost half of Vilnius is covered by green areas, such as parks, public gardens, natural reserves. Additionally, Vilnius is host to numerous lakes, where residents and visitors swim and have barbecues in the summer. Nightlife is simply amazing in Vilnius. Just go to Vilnius street, and witness it. Enjoy some more photographs and details while my visit to Vilnius, Lithuania during winters. 

Other interesting places/tour to do in Vilnius (as per your choice):
Tour by Bus - Hop On Hop Off
Paddle through the 'Neris River', and admire the city from the whole other perspective
Thematic Walking Tour 
Ghost Vilnius Tour
Illusions Rooms
Hot air Balloons Tour
Viking Ship/Cruise Baltic Vikings
Kayak and Snowshoe Tours 
Uzupis Republic
Belmont Adventure Park
Corn Maze
Uno Park
Liepkalnis Hill
Wake Way Cable Park
Vingis Park
Belmontas Park
Vilnius Grand Resort 
Kairenai Botanical Garden
Beer Library
Islandijos Street
Pilies Street 
A popular way to commute or just explore the city by bicycle. 

Hope to visit the place again sometime in future. 
'Vilnius, The G-Spot Of Europe', Nobody knows where it is but when you find it, it's amazing and there are many reasons to visit the place. - Quote about 'Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania' - Sachin Kumar Gupta  

Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, contains one of the largest surviving medieval quarters in Europe.  Many of its older buildings have been renovated, and a business and commercial area is being developed into the New City Center, expected to become the city's main administrative and business district on the north side of the Neris river. Vilnius lies 312 km from the Baltic Sea and Klaipėda, the chief Lithuanian seaport. Vilnius is connected by highways to other major Lithuanian cities, such as Kaunas (102 km), Siauliai (214 km) and Panevezys (135 km).

Give yourself the gift of the year – come to Vilnius and enjoy a relaxing holiday getaway, far from the crazy busy streets. During winters, It can be cold, but oh yeah it’s great, no doubt about it. Make the most of if you have 2-3 days in Vilnius. I witnessed the place for a week visit. Enjoy some of the photographs during my visit to Vilnius. 

Discover Your Pleasure Spots: These are the top places to visit in Vilnius, Lithuania. 

Cathedral Bell Tower
Cathedral Basilica 
Vilnius Cathedral Square
Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania
Campanile of St. John's Church
Ensemble of St. Anne and Bernardine Church 
Church of St. Catherine Vilnius
Church of St. Peter and Paul
Presidential Palace 
Vilnius University 
Gediminas Tower of the Upper Castle 
Gates of Dawn
Three Crosses Hill
Lukiskiu Square
Vilnius TV (Television) Tower: Now a days visitors can take a lift to revolving observation platform with a cafe, and spectacular view of the city. 
Vilnius Street
White Bridge - A pedestrian bridge surrounded by a big grass field that's perfect for picnic. 


Vilnius Picture Gallery 
National Musuem of Lithuania
Amber Museum Gallery 
Museum of Occupations and Freedom Fights (KGB Museum) 
Titanikas Art Gallery 
The Arka Gallery 
The National Gallery of Art
The contemporary Art Centre
Loftas Open Gallery

Enjoy my next post for more photographs and other interesting places/tour to do in Vilnius, Lithuania. 

October 20, 2018

Kanpur Zoological Park (also known as Allen Forest Zoo) is a 77-hectare (190-acre) zoo in Kanpur, the industrial hub of Uttar Pradesh in North India. It is the largest open green space in Kanpur. Originally a natural habitat for fauna, it is one of the few zoos in India created in a natural forest. This is situated at Nawabganj.

Nominal entry ticket charges applicable. 
As per last info, It is closed on Monday, and is opens from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m for rest of the days of week. 

We had visited this with family, and It was Pathik's first zoo visit. It has huge variety of wildlife, different varieties of birds. It is good to see that Cleanliness is given due importance here. You are not allowed to carry plastic bags. Even packaging of biscuits and namkeen are also not allowed. There is also a toy train for children, which runs from the battery. When we visited, it was not ON that day. In total, it is a good place to celebrate family picnic. This is also a good place for photography enthusiasts, and here you will find many different types of scenes that you would like to capture in your camera. A big statue of dynasaur is also present. Water birds are is at amazing area with lots of park. The zoo includes an aquarium too.

Here you will get to see the different types of parrots, birds, wild animals etc. The zoo include endangered Asian tigers, cheetahs, leopards, jaguar, hyenas, black bears, grizzly bears, sloths, the great Indian rhinoceros, hippopotamuses, various species of primates like chimpanzees, orangutans, langurs and baboons, musk deer, zebras, and many antelope species. Some monkeys and deer are allowed to roam outside the enclosures as natural inhabitants of the zoo. There are many food corners inside the zoo. So you can have a party with your friends or family. 

It was a fun-filled experience with Pathik and family. This place is must visit for kids and wildlife lovers.

January 1, 2018

Quote of the post: "When you discover yourself wrong, It is very hard to 'UNLEARN'." - Quote about 'UNLEARN' - Sachin Kumar Gupta

A Very Happy New Year 2018 to you, your family and loved ones. Enjoy the recent poem, Hope you like it. Mark what to unlearn, your new year resolution.



Unlearn the sinful lies, which you are still believing. 
Unlearn the faulty processes, which you are still following. 

Unlearn the erroneous facts, those deviate you from truth. 
Unlearn the short term mindset, which blocks human growth. 

Unlearn the evil character, which control your mind, body and soul. 
Unlearn the vague misleads, which deviates you to achieve the goal.

Unlearn the invalid arguments, that troubles you. 
Unlearn the toxic thoughts, which you blindly follow and continue.

Unlearn the bad talks, which are below standards. 
Unlearn the false allegations, which are blocking to move forward. 

Unlearn the corrupt system, that blocks the development. 
Unlearn the unhealthy food, which you consume and eat. 

Unlearn the sloppy mistakes, which you commit repeatedly.
Unlearn the stifling teachings, which still prevail in the society. 

Unlearn the contradictory info, that leads to hurdle. 
Unlearn the harmful people, that you have in your circle.

Unlearn the injurious medicine, which causes anxiety and depression.
This is the time to master, 'the art of what to unlearn with passion'.

- Sachin Kumar Gupta (Sach)

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