Wednesday, June 17, 2009

The Solapur University

Solapur University is one of the largest cities in Maharashtra, situated on the borders of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. It is an old history and religious places with Shri Siddharameshwar as his "Gramadaiwata. Shri Siddharameshwar was a historical personality of the 12th century with the "Karma Yoga" in its own country Solapur, made him a figure of God in the course of time. The religious, social, metaphysical contribution is undoubtedly fantastic. He has composed more than 65,000 "and inaugurated Vachani 68" Lingas "in Solapur. He won the" Siddhi ". As Solapur was a draft sensitive areas, Shri Siddharameshwar dug a lake, with the help of 4000" Sharana " to solve the problem of drinking water. The fact that this has been more open to people of all votes cast, sects and religions proves the secular, progressive attitude of Shri Siddharameshwar much of his time. This revolutionary holy tomb himself alive (Shivyogsamadhi) at Solapur. On the tourist map of Maharashtra, Solapur is recognized by the magnificent temple of the Lord Siddharameshwar located in the heart of the city.

During the freedom struggle, the people the full freedom of Solapur 9, 10 and 11 May 1930. The name and reputation gained in Solapur in the history of India. But he had to pay a price for this freedom in the form of the martyrdom of Shri Mallappa Dhanshetti, Shri Kurban Hussein, Shri Jagannath Shinde and Shri Kisan Sarda who were hanged on 12 January 1931, the prison in Pune. Thus, the city has been recognized as "The City of Hutatmas.

An important industrial town, Solapur is a leading center for cotton mills and power trades. Solapur bed sheets, towels and Terry chaddars won international fame and reputation because of their new models and sustainability.

Solapur 433 Kms. away from Mumbai and 244 km. Pune. By train, it is 456 km. Mumbai. Solapur is well connected to metro cities like Delhi, Hyderabad and Bangalore.

Pandharpur, with its Rakhumai-Vitthal temple on the banks of the river Chan Haga sludge, which has carved a niche in the heart of the Marathi speaking people, is only 70 km. of Solapur. Akkalkot, only 38 km. of Solapur is a holy place for the shrine of Swami Akkalkot and is visited by his supporters. Tuljapur in Osmanabad district, 40 km. of Solapur, the seat of the goddess Bhawani Tulja, known as the family deity of Maharashtra state. Over the border in Gulbarga district of Karnataka state, is Ganagapur a pilgrimage. Vijapur, a district of Karnataka, 109 km. of Solapur is well known for its' Gol-Gumbaj "a marvel of architecture and Badami in the same area for its incredible eyes temples carved into the rock.

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