Inaugurated in the year 1955, the complex of Gandhi Smriti situated in the central part of Bhavnagar is attached to a clock tower. The Smriti has a gallery showcasing books, rare photos and memorabilia associated with the life of Mahatma Gandhi. There is also a museum of artefacts displaying items like nut cutters and religious carvings in Gandhi Smriti at Bhavnagar.
Well maintained and beautifully architect with some ultimate while marble stones.It worth a visit with no entry charges.Consists of Museum reflecting Birla family history and its priceless things like very old chair,carpets,etc.no photography is allowed.... still we clicked few...AMAZINGgggg.
#LakshmiNarayanTemple : Set inside of the south of #Jaipur, this is one amongst the different such sanctuaries designed by flush #Birla family in Asian nation, so it's conjointly alluded to as #BirlaMandir. The sanctuary may be a decent indication of the laic conventions Asian nation has appeared throughout the hundreds of years. The sanctuary is set at the foot of #MotiDoongri Fort, conceived again as alittle castle by Ram Singh II for his accomplice Gayatri Devi. Night keep in #Jaipur.
This Temple made by G D Birla. Birla Mandir (Birla Temple) refers to different Hindu temples or Mandirs built by the Birla family, in different cities. All these temples are magnificently built in white marble. Construction is continuously going on at some location. The family believes that if they stop the construction of temples, it will bring bad fate. This is the reason why some of the temples are not 100% finished, and construction is on-going, albeit at a slow pace.
Lakshmi Narayan Temple, New Delhi c. 1938. Architect : Sris Chandra Chatterjee (1873-1966). Popularly known as the Birla Temple, since it was built and maintained by the Birla family. Inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi, it was one of the first major Hindu places of worship which admitted Harijans (untouchables). Its architectural style combines the Orissa style sanctuaries and Mughal arcades.
#Birla_Mandir_Kolkata – Traditionally Designed - After a mouth watering #Bengali breakfast I continued my journey to my next destination, Birla Mandir Kolkata. Birla Mandir is a chain of Hindu temples located in many cities of India built by one of the business powerhouses of India, The Birla Family. My taxi driver drove me to the Ashutosh Chowdhury Avenue, Ballygunge in less than 45 minutes from the hotel.
Nita Ambani, the wife of Mukesh Ambani and the first lady of corporate India has a strong identity all her own. She is actively involved in various philanthrophic activities in the fields of education, human resources and disaster relief. Nita Ambani, born on 1st Nov, 1963, grew up in the suburbs of Mumbai and hails from a middle class family. Her father was a senior Birla executive. Nita Ambani has always had a keen interest in Indian classical dance and wanted to pursue a career in dance…