1. Visva Bharati University in Kolkata To Be World’s First Largest Living Heritage University
The Legendary Rabindranath Tagore founded Visva Bharati University in 1921. It is spread over an area of 1,130 acres. Previously a college, it was awarded the status of Legislative University via a central act in 1951. As per the news, it will soon be entitled with the ‘heritage’ tag from UNESCO to become the world’s first living heritage university, which means it is still functioning and operational.
2. All The Zest and Fervour at the Jaipur’s Phenomenal Sambhar Festival
Jaipur will host a three-day Sambhar Festival from February 17th to 19th. This festival is a perfect amalgamation of art, fun, and culture which can be witnessed at every inch. The festival's venue will be the Sambhar Salt lake, one of the largest lakes in India. Furthermore, this lake is well-known for being a favourite of flamingos. This festival will also highlight the lake's unique features and potential to become a popular tourist attraction.
3. Pack Your Bags and Boost the Party Spirits for the Great Musicathon in Bir
This April, prepare for an exciting musical vacation in Bir, Himachal Pradesh. From November 7th to 8th, Himachal Pradesh will host the much-anticipated Musicathon with twice the fun and enthusiasm. Bir is a fantastic mountain retreat resort known for its several key attractions. This festival will give this location a five-star rating and increase its attractiveness. Come and be a part of this spectacular musicathon in Bir, primarily known as a paradise for adventure travellers.
4. Indian Railways to Amplify its Services This Year by Boosting its Tickets Issuing Process
During the financial year 23-24, the Indian Railways intends to install new lines for a distance of 7000 kilometres and open customer service booths that will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Furthermore, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw stated that the railways would increase the number of tickets issued every minute from 25000 to 2.25 lakh per minute, as well as increase the number of enquiries from 40,000 to 40 lakh per minute.
5. Mumbai Welcomes the Gateway-Belapur Ferry Services
Mumbai has opened the much-anticipated Gateway-Birlapur Ferry services, which began on Tuesday, in order to cut travel time, discomfort, pollution, and travelling expenses. According to the resorts, a one-way ticket for the lower deck would cost INR 250 and INR 350 for the upper-business class deck for an hour-long voyage. The fares are supposed to be half the price of what a taxi(s) would charge for the same distance via road. At 8.30 a.m., State Ports Minister Dadaji Bhuse launched this magnificent ferry service, NAYAN XI, from Belapur. Manda Vijay Mhatre, the local MLA, attended the inauguration.
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