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  • Kala Ghoda Festival

    Kala Ghoda Festival

    The Kala Ghoda festival encompasses visual arts, cinema, theatre, dance, lectures, literature, workshops, seminars and dance. There is also a culinary area where you get to catch glimpses of the dazzling presentation of cuisines along with demonstrations carried out by esteemed experts and chefs. You also see a Literature area that involves poetry sessions, book launches and workshops etc. Panel discussions are also conducted with renowned [...]

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  • Tourism in Bikaner

    Tourism in Bikaner

    The Junagarh Fort is one of the most grandiose and beguiling forts in Rajasthan widely noted for its architectonic elegance and marvellous ornamentations. This central attraction of Bikaner is an exceptional monument which depicts the nobility and majesty of Rajputana monarchs constructed by the sixth monarch of Bikaner Raja Rai Singh. A 986-metre long stonewall with 37 bastions, surrounds this magnificent fort. The engrossing aspects of [...]

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  • Essence of Incredible India

    Essence of Incredible India

    Some of the top location choices include: 1) Goa: The destination of Goa is renown worldwide for its serene beaches, the beautiful Malabar coast and best of all a one of a kind party culture. The bustling streets of Goa attract tourist from not just in and around India but most parts of the world as well. Be it Baga Beach or Candolim the place is marked by its signature resorts which provide an elevating holiday experience for you to unwind. The [...]

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  • Tourism in Pondicherry

    Tourism in Pondicherry

    The foundation of the city was laid by a yoga instructor Mirra Alfassa in the year 1968. She was fondly known as the Mother. She had unwavering belief in the ideology of Sri Aurobindo. The Mother established this city with a view to create a far-reaching change in the ways of thinking among people pertaining to human relations. The project was given the go-ahead by UNESCO in 1966. One of the chief attractions of this city is Matrimandir. It [...]

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  • White Water Rafting Tour Nepal Himalayas

    White Water Rafting Tour Nepal Himalayas

    The tourists are asked to wear light weight clothes during rafting so that it quickly dries up. Fleece jackets can be worn to combat the cold during the winter months. Every rafter is given life jackets which are mandatory to be worn during rafting. Waterproof bags are provided to all the tourists from the tourism agency so that the clothes do not get wet. Trishuli is one of the most popular rivers to carry out rafting. It is ideally suited [...]

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  • Tourism in Rajgir and Nalanda

    Tourism in Rajgir and Nalanda

    Today, Rajgir is regarded as one of the top pilgrimages for Buddhists. There are many gorgeous Jain and Hindu temples that draw visitors from both the religions to the place. Rajgir is not only considered as a site for worship but it is also revered as a winter and health resort owing to its warm water pools. These pools are believed to possess curative attributes which can aid in curing many skins-related ailments. Nalanda is famous for [...]

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  • Photography Tour to India

    Photography Tour to India

    Delhi the nation's capital offers various shades capturing its rich heritage. The Red Fort which is a historical Mughal structure stands out as a world famous monument. While the Red Fort stand first is capturing the photographer's attention, other attractions such as the QutabMinar, the bustling streets and the tasty foods of ChandiChowk, and Jama Masjid the largest mosque in India capable of housing 25,000 devotees, all do their bit to make [...]

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  • Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

    Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

    While a majority of the parks in India have been evolved from the hunting domains of sovereign India, Keoladeo, common known as Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary, conceivably, is the only reserve which has been established by a maharajah (monarch). In ancient times, the town of Bharatpur used to be inundated repeatedly due to the torrential rains. In the year 1760, a rock dam was built to guard the town from this yearly aggravation of nature. [...]

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  • Tourism in Jodhpur

    Tourism in Jodhpur

    The Mehrangarh Fort is a bewitching attraction of Jodhpur. This baronial structure was constructed by Rao Jodha in 1459 atop a hill. In order to reach the fort, you will need to pass through seven gates. The journey to the fort itself willtake you on a vicarious tour of the battles that took place in the ancient times. Each gate to the fort has its own tale and significance. The fort consists of several galleries, apartments, temples and [...]

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  • Somnath Temple

    Somnath Temple

    Somnath Temple is one of the oldest temples of the country in Gujarat. It is recognized as an important landmark in the history of India. The temple is situated at a distance of around 79 kilometres from Junagadh near Veraval and is adjudged as one of the most illustrious temples on the western coast of India. Somnath Temple is an ideal inviolable site that has lived through the depredations of time. A research on history states that the Somnath [...]

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  • Tourism in Kushinagar

    Tourism in Kushinagar

    The Nirvana Temple is one of the most visited shrines among all the Buddhist shrines around the world. This place elicits emotion for every Buddhist as it is the very shrine near which Buddha passed away. The temple contains a 6-metre long statue of Lord Buddha in a reclining position. This statue is believed to illustrate the last few moments of Lord Buddha before he achieved Mahaparinirvana. This sculpture was dredged up during the excavations [...]

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  • Architecture Tour to India

    Architecture Tour to India

    1) Belur- Halibedu: Located in Karnataka and identified as the early 16th Century Capital of the Hoysala Empire, this site is famous for its temples. With breathtaking temple tops and even more complicated constructions in the form of statues out statues made out of monolithic rock, it is of little wonder that UNESCO has made this a world Heritage Site. Belur-Halibedu is a must visit for those who enjoy medieval oriental architecture. 2) [...]

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  • Tourism in Shimla

    Tourism in Shimla

    Shimla is filled with fabulous attractions that you can never get enough of. Here is a list of the 4 most popular attractions of Shimla. The Shimla State Museum is located atop Mount Pleasant. This museum which is also known as the Himachal State Museum and Library was established in the year 1974. It was built to uphold the cultural magnificence of the state and to keep a record of its rich history. It offers you a profound insight on the [...]

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  • Gwalior Fort

    Gwalior Fort

    The fort comprises of two main doorways – South West and North East gates. It houses interesting and enthralling historical sites. The fort also contains palaces, temples as well as many water tanks. Furthermore, the southern pathway is encompassed by sophisticatedly chiselled rock faces which are inspired by Jain Tirthankars. Gujari Mahal, which is also a famous museum, is considered as one of the admirable monuments of Gwalior. Raja [...]

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  • Tourism in Ahmedabad

    Tourism in Ahmedabad

    The Calico Museum contains the exquisite collection of prehistoric and contemporary Indian textiles which were all handmade about 500 years ago. There are some mind-blowing magnificent relics that represent great adroitness and opulence. You will get a chance to catch a glimpse of the Kashimiri shawls that were made in span of three years. The main textile galleries are available for exhibition only in the mornings. The afternoon tour includes [...]

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  • The Pink City Jaipur

    The Pink City Jaipur

    Amber Fort is one picturesque edifice that is constructed using red sandstones and white marbles. This majestic architecture represents a glorious blend of Islamic and Rajput framework. The interiors as well as the exterior are built in a polished style. An elephant ride up to the main gateway is one of the high spots of a tour to the magnificent Amber Fort. These majestic creatures embellished with customary painted shapes. The elephants [...]

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  • Tourism in Mahabalipuram

    Tourism in Mahabalipuram

    Arjuna's Penance is an enormous alfresco monolith built around the seventh century. Standing at a height of 43 feet, the monolith was chiselled on the face of two juxtaposed megaliths. The vibrancy and realism of the sculptured structures stand testimony to the extraordinary artistry of their chiselers. Arjuna's Penance exhibits over depictions of gods and winged ethereal creatures, animals and birds, which also include gigantic elephants [...]

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  • Periyar National Park

    Periyar National Park

    A trip to the Periyar National Park also includes a boat ride around the lake. It is the primary route to explore the sanctuary. Besides, this way of touring the sanctuary also saves the animals from being disturbed by the sightseers. You might come across various animals such as boar, deer and birds. The boat ride is actually more of a sail than a wild-life exploring experience. The forest department regulates the boat rides. You will need [...]

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  • The vivacity of Ladakh Hemis festival

    The vivacity of Ladakh Hemis festival

    The festival sees a congregation of lamas who come together to perform dances and plays in elaborately adorned masks and rich brocade attire. Amidst the reverberating sound of drums and cacophony of long horns and cymbals the lamas performances revolve around the battle between the good and the evil. The Hemis monastery borrows its fame from this festival which is all about showcasing rich Indian tradition with pomp and show. It is by far [...]

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  • Top 5 Tribal Tour places in India

    Top 5 Tribal Tour places in India

    Top five tribal tour places in India can be listed as following: • Nagaland: This state shares International borders with the country Myanmar and is known to reside likes of 16 tribes in its land. The fascinating life of people in the villages and in the towns of the Nagaland are going to enamor you for lifelong, you are going to spend all your life in the awe of the beauty you are going to witness here. The Hornbill Festival is going to [...]

    Read More 26-7-2016
  • Tourism in Orchha

    Tourism in Orchha

    The major highlight of the Orchha tour is the Orchha Fort Complex. It is situated on the island of River Betwa. The complex comprises of different monuments, the most outstanding of which are the Raj Mahal andJahangir Mahal. The glorious temples of the Bundela Kings are a delight for shutterbugs. Owing to the architectural embellishments in the form of splendid temples, Orchha draws a large number of tourists. The Jahangir Mahal is an alluring [...]

    Read More 25-7-2016
  • Modhera and Patan

    Modhera and Patan

    Sahastrilanga Talav is a man-made tank which was constructed by the Siddhraj Jaisingh who was the ruler of Patan in those times. The style of the tank represents the inviolability of water in Hinduism and the spirit of water management. There were around a thousand shrines around the edge of the water tank. However, there are only remnants of some shrines present. One can visualize the splendour of water simply by observing the ruins. Khan [...]

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  • Tourism in Mount Abu

    Tourism in Mount Abu

    In addition to being a prominent destination to break away from the scorching heat, it is also a significant pilgrim centre, especially for the Rajput and Jain communities. The place is also famous for eminent priests and saints. Mount Abu is widely renowned for archaeological remnants, Dilwara temples, attraction picnic treks and spots. It is a historic destination which attracts the attention of numerous tourists visiting Rajasthan. It is [...]

    Read More 22-7-2016
  • Varanasi

    Varanasi

    Temples in Varanasi hold an important place in the history of Varanasi. There are approx. 16 famous temples in this holy city. Tulsi Manas Temple It is about 70 kilometres away from Varanasi station, is known for its cultural and traditional past. The temple has been constructed right at the very place where the scriptures of the great India legend ‘Ramayana’ were written. The temple is built in a quaint fashion. One can see [...]

    Read More 22-7-2016
  • Honeymoon in India

    Honeymoon in India

    A location renowned all over the world for its beauty, Kashmir offers one of the most tranquil locations for a honeymoon. It is characterized by breathtaking peaks and trekking expeditions for the adventurous, romantic stays in the houseboat for newly-wed couples and the pristine ambience all commemoratively makes for a memorable trip. Also the major attractions such as the Dal Lake, the city of Srinagar itself and the vast Himalayan range [...]

    Read More 22-7-2016
  • Tourism in Pushkar

    Tourism in Pushkar

    A plunge in the hallowed water of the revered Pushkar Lake is equated with observing yagnas for numerous years. The lake radiates a supreme flavour of equanimity and serenity. The water neighbouring the Ghats of the Pushkar Lake are believed to possess stupendous powers. For instance, the water of the Naga Kund is regarded to confer potency. The Pushkar Lake is surrounded by the desert on one side and Verdant Hills around the remaining three [...]

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  • Eklingji Nagda Temples

    Eklingji Nagda Temples

    Eklingji Temple is one of the most well-known temples in Rajasthan. Situated in the city of Eklingji, the place earned its name from this famous temple. The city of Kailashpuri or Eklingji is situated in the midst of stunning valley on the lands of Rajasthan that is known to house some of the finest temples of India. The temple is located at a distance of 22 kilometers towards the north of Udaipur. It devoted to Lord Shiva of the religion [...]

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  • Ranthambore National Park

    Ranthambore National Park

    The Ranthambore National Park is well-known for its tiger populace. This is one of the ideal destinations in India to witness the imposing carnivores living in their natural habitat. It is the only tiger reserve where you can spot tigers at any point of time. It is for this reason that the place is appealingly prominent for the tiger expeditions. The park is a dense forest which makes the experience of observing the tigers more fun and common. [...]

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  • Tourism in Diu

    Tourism in Diu

    St. Paul's Church is devoted to the Lady of Immaculate Conception. The church was established around the seventeenth century. It is regarded as the most imposing church amongst all the Portuguese churches in the country. The Jesuits founded the St. Paul's Church in 1600 and it was reconstructed in 1807. There is a large barn inside the church inundated with heavy dark wood and a miniature cloister located next door. The main entryway [...]

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  • Sasan Gir National Park

    Sasan Gir National Park

    The Sasan Gir National Park is also home to another bewitching animal known as Leopard. The sanctuary houses the largest number of leopards in India. In addition, it also represents diverse ephemeral flora. Some of the common trees include Banyan, Acacia, Teak and the flame of the forest. The ideal way to explore the jungle and enjoy watching the lions is to attend the 'Lion Shows' which are held by the authorities in the vicinity [...]

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  • Tourism in Bhuj

    Tourism in Bhuj

    The village of Dhamanka is also famous for block printing. Articles manufactured in these villages make good relics as well as items for everyday use. The Dholavira village is an ancient place which is linked with the Indus Valley Civilization. Some other prominent places to visit are the sea resort at Mandvi and Than Monastery. Some other places that are worth visiting near the city of Bhuj are the town of Gandhidham and Anjal Wild Ass Sanctuary. [...]

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  • Tourism in Palitana

    Tourism in Palitana

    There are two more idols of Bhagwan Parsavnath are situated here. One is known as Vighnaharan Parshvanath and the other one is called Chintamani Parshvanath. One can witness the footprints of Bhagwan Sambhavnath and Bhagwan Adinath on both the sides of the northern entrance. Bhagwan Adinath is believed to have visited the Shatrunjay Hill as many as 93 times. All the Jain temples in Palitana are constructed in sand and marble embellished with [...]

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  • Street Food in India

    Street Food in India

    Ask any local in Delhi what the love about the city, the answer would certainly include an honorable mention to street food. If Delhi is the national capital, ChandniChowk, in Old Delhi is undoubtedly the capital of Delhi in terms of street food. Paranthasfrom the world-famous Paranthewaligali in ChandniChowk never fail to top the list of Delhi street foods. You can choose from over 100 varieties of custom made paranthas here, served with [...]

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  • Ganges Tour varanasi

    Ganges Tour varanasi

    According to the Hindus, they have 3 mothers – their biological woman who gave them birth, Mother Ganges and Mother India. The water of the Ganges is held in high esteem by Hindus all around the world. It is as significant as the blood in the body of the human being. Hindus believe that taking a bath in the water of Ganges will wash away all their past sins and offer them salvation. Thousands of Hindus from all over the globe visit [...]

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  • Ananda in the Himalayas

    Ananda in the Himalayas

    Ananda in the Himalayas is one of the most lavish tourist destinations located in the breathtaking foothills of the Himalayas. This place was once the dwelling of maharaja (Emperor) of Tehri-Grahwal. The resort sits on a mountain ridge and looks out on a striking view of the surroundings. The hotel offers an astounding glimpse of the palace and the city of Rishikesh. Ananda resort is a haven which is devoted to help the visitors restore a [...]

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  • Taj Safari

    Taj Safari

    Our luxury wildlife safaris in India give you an incredible opportunity to glance at some of the country's most cherished flora and fauna in their natural atmosphere. Put your identifying skills to test as our conservationists take you for a breathtaking drive. Keep your eye out for the demure sambar (huge forest deer), recognize the ten exceptional Star Birds, cruise around the dynamic animal habitats and if you are fortunate enough, [...]

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  • Gulmarg

    Gulmarg

    The fascinating land of vibrant flowers, towering snow-capped mountains, lavish greenery, serene valleys – rejoice in all of these on your tour to the pleasant city of Gulmarg. This magnificent city is situated in the district of Baramula of Kashmir. Gulmarg is a tranquil hill resort in Jammu and Kashmir which entices excursionists from all around the world. If you are tired of the drudging life of the city, book your holiday package [...]

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  • Tourism in Bodhgaya

    Tourism in Bodhgaya

    The Bodhi Tree is a hallowed tree beneath which Lord Buddha used to perform his meditation. Pilgrims who visit the tree take back the leaves of this tree as good wishes from the Lord. It is believed that a seedling from the original Bodhi Tree was taken to Sri Lanka where the Bodhi Tree still exists today. Tourists love to admire the Great Buddha Statue representing Lord Buddha in a meditating posture. The statue is built in sandstone and [...]

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  • Tourism in Trichy

    Tourism in Trichy

    Trichy's most acclaimed landmark, Rock Fort is an 83 metre long rock which is the sole outcrop in the plane land of the city. The most outstanding feature of the rock is that it is among one of the ancient rocks in the world. The fort is located on the coast of the Kaveri river. This temple which is constructed 300 feet over the sea level is devoted to Lord Shiva. The massive temple has a 100-pillar hallway and a Vimana adorned with gold. [...]

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  • Tourism in Lumbini

    Tourism in Lumbini

    The Mayadevi Mandir and the neighbouring tank are a part of the revered complex. It is regarded as the most momentous amongst all the monuments located in this holy site. The complex also testifies the variety of layers of construction that took place over the centuries. The nativity sculpture is the principal object of worship here. The sanctum institution is the birthplace of the Lord Buddha. The temple houses two fascinating panels, one [...]

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  • Tourism in Chennai

    Tourism in Chennai

    The Fort St. George was established by the British East India Company in 1653. The fort has gone through a number of overhauls over the years. There is now a subdivision within the colossal confines that houses the Tamil Nadu's Legislative Assembly & Secretariat together with a modicum of ancient buildings. The Fort St. George & Museum illustrates the origin of Chennai along with the fort itself. The Fort St. George & Museum [...]

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  • Tourism in Munnar

    Tourism in Munnar

    If you visit Kerala, you must definitely pay a visit to The Munnar Tea Gardens. You can capture the fascinating flora and fauna using your camera as you gallivant around the gardens. You may also get the privilege to watch the unusual species of mountain goat Ibex or Nilgiri Tahr, flying squirrels, lion tailed macaque, tigers, elephants, Nilgiri wood pigeons and many others while on your trip to these gardens.The best time to go on an expedition [...]

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