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    How About Some Bruce-lee Action in South Delhi? Wise men say, that fitness has no end, and it is always a completion of yours from what you were yesterday, so if in case you feel the saturation point of your fitness regime, than you will be overwhelmed to know that knockout martial arts and fitness in Lajpat nagar offers their students a training methodology which effectively combines some of the major martial arts like KICKBOXING, KARATE, BOXING, MUAYTHAI, TAEKWONDO, WUSHU (KUNG-FU), GYMNASTICS, SELF DEFENSE, TAI-CHI & MARTIAL ARTS WEAPON. Their goal is to boost enthusiasm and knowledge that will assist their students in developing important building blocks necessary to live a healthy and successful life. Responsibility, self-discipline, teamwork, and perseverance are just some of the skills they will learn that will serve them for a lifetime. They have four different programmes for different age grouped people, one for 3-13 years old, another for 13-18 years old, for 18-30 years old and one for people beyond 30 years. They also provide pick and drop facilities, white to black belt certifications and all necessary equipments needed at the time of training. Fees for their beginner programme is 3000 per month. For further details you can contact: Address : A-13, Basement, Lajpat Nagar-2, New Delhi-110024. Landmark : Near-Lajpat Nagar Metro Station Gate No-2. Near: Café Coffee Day and 24*7. Days: 7 Days Open Timing: 07:00 AM. to 09:00 PM. Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com
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    Back With A Bang: Ansal Plaza's Rebirth The doors of Ansal Plaza first opened on the 1st of November, 1999. It was the first ever mall to come into existence in the entirety of North India. Boasting of a car park that could house a thousand cars, it was unlike any other shopping complex in the region. Located at Andrews Ganj on Khel Gaon Marg in south Delhi, it is spread over a massive 1.78 lakh square foot area. Since it's establishment, it was the go-to place up until 2007, when the crowds were so big that the management even started issuing a Rs.100 entry ticket to deter non-serious people from entering the mall to curb the crowd. But Since then numerous new malls have opened across Delhi with more modern facilities, which then left to Ansal Plaza to become something akin to a ghost town. With a drastic fall in customers, most of the shops closed up and moved their businesses elsewhere. The footfall which used to range in the thousands fell to the hundreds and the remaining shop owners had sales so low that they were barely able to pay their rent. But there was hope yet as they were told of the renovation plans scheduled for 2016. And they administration did not disappoint. For the have now successfully renovated the mall. Ansal Plaza 2.0 is scheduled to have it's grand reopening ceremony by the first week of December. Their refurbished tag line reads "Ansal Plaza: Experience Zest". The highlights of this rebirth are as follows: 1. The Sky High: Delhi's largest terrace cafe, located on top of the mall building gives an amazing 360-degree view of south Delhi. 2. Decathlon: This umbrella sports company is opening it's biggest outlet yet in this mall. They cover every sporting activity, be it football to cycling to hiking. One-stop shop for sports and adventure gear. 3. The Arena: This chain of nightclubs is opening a 13, 000 square foot establishment. They will have both indoor and outdoor spaces with exclusive VIP areas. 4. 16 New Brands: Well, sixteen new brands to be added. 5. Specialised Apps: They will introduce special apps to make your mall experience better and also a separate app for the parking area to help you get an appropriate parking slot. 6. Women's Parking: They will have specific Women-Exclusive parking zones. Address: Hudco Place, Khel Gaon Marg, New Delhi Contact: 011 2625 0957 Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com
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    Yogmaya Temple Yogamaya Temple is an ancient Hindu Temple, built for the Goddess Yogmaya (sister of Krishna) and is located in Mehrauli. It is believed to be one of the 5 surviving temples from the Mahabharat period in Delhi. HISTORY – The temple was so famous that according to 12th Century Jain texts, Mehrauli was called Yoginapur after it. It is believed that the Pandavs built the temple after winning the Kurukshetra war. Local priests believe that it is one of the 27temples destroyed by Ghazni and later by Mamluks. Later, Rajput King Hemu reconstructed the temple and brought back thetemple from ruins. During Aurangzeb's reign a rectangular hall was added to the temple to convert the temple into a mosque but was later turned into a store room for Devi's vastra. Although its original structure could never be renewed, locals had repetitively tried to reconstruct it. LEGEND – Krishna was born in a prison in Mathura to Devki and Vasudeva. Fearing Devki’s brother, Kansa would kill their eighth child; they substituted him for the baby Yogmaya. However before she could be killed she vanished after predicting Kansa’s death by the hands of Krishna. For the past 5000 years, the people who have lived around this temple have been taking care of it and maintaining it. They believe that at one point of time they had one common ancestor who started the practice. Another legend is related to the Mughal Emperor, Akbar II. His wife was distressed with her son, Mirza Jehangir’s exile after he fired at the British Resident and killed his bodyguard. Yogmaya appeared in her dream and she vowed to place pankhas of flowers at the Yogmaya temple and the shrine of Qutbuddin Bhaktiar Khaki when her son returned home safely. This has resulted in the festival of Phool Walon ki Savari held every year during October. STRUCTURE – The temple, which was reconstructed in 1827, is a simple structure with an entrance hall and a room for the main idol of Yogmaya placed in a marble well. Two pankhas of cloth of sequins are suspended from the roof, over the idol and above the room extends a dome and shikhara. A wall encloses the temple with towers on the four corners. Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com
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