Omkareshwar At a Glance | AtharavRaj Corporations

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Omkareshwar, situated on the Banks of River Narmada, is One of the 4th Out of 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva Ji. It is around 81 Kms. drive from Indore, Madhya Pradesh. It is Situated on an Island called Mandhata, with a Shape of the Island like the Hindu Om Symbol, on the Narmada River.

This Book Aims to Instigate Places to Visit, How to Reach, Accommodation Facilities, Things to Do, Do's and Don'ts & Overall View of Omkareshwar Travels.

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AtharavRaj Yadav, is a Co-Founder of AtharavRaj Corporations, Travel Blogger & an Author of the Book. He is a Creative Content Writer & Working on a Travel Blog.

Talking about the Current Domain of Work, He is Motivated to Create/Spread Awareness of Cyber-Crimes and their Solutions/Counter steps.

The Author has a Vast Experience in the I.T. Industry in Android Applications Design & Development, Website Designing and Hosting, Creative Content Writing, Blogging, Design and Implementation of Software’s and Web Applications.

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He is the Founder of ‘AtharavRaj Corporations’, an Online Web which Serves Website Designing, Hosting, Domains, E-Mail Customization & Marketing, etc.

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AtharavRaj Corporations
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Published on
Jul 21, 2019
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Pages
98
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English
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Travel / Asia / India & South Asia
Travel / Special Interest / Adventure
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