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Santa Clara the city of " El Che" Guevara.
Santa Clara was the place where an epic battle was fought on 29th December of 1959. 18 men under Che's command, armed with rifles, homemade Molotov Cocktails, and a stolen Bulldozer derailed an armored train with 350 soldiers that the current President Fulgencio Batista had sent as reinforcements....
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The Mehrangarh Fort of Jodhpur
Magical journey to the Indo-China border
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All these famous sacred destinations are being located in the astonishing Himalayan foothills of Uttarakhand at distinct districts. 12.DAYARA BUGYAL 13.Lansdowne Lansdowne was founded and named after then Viceroy of India, Lord Lansdowne in 1887, and by 1901 it had a population of 3943.Lansdowne was developed by the British for catering for the Recruits Training center of the Garhwal Rifles....
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A weekend in Lansdowne
Dawki: Standing on the Indo-Bangladesh border
The lush green, thick and dense forest cover, village folks passing by with wicker baskets on their heads and an umbrella in their hands, with no care about the future, the BSF members alighting themselves on small rocks, with rifles and other armaments in their hands, but eyes reflecting their faith that nothing untoward will spoil their day... and the many, many, many unnamed waterfalls that we found in every turn of the hills....