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Belum Caves snuggled in the Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh is the second-longest caves in India after the Krem Liat Prah in Meghalaya. The visually appealing stalactite and stalagmite formations here attract thousands of tourists. Over a time of millions of years, the fervent formation of limestone has earned the quality to become one of […]

India is with the diversified landscapes and unique locations with endless opportunities to transform your holidays into cherished moments. Though India is said to be a tropical country, the wonderful hill stations dotted across the country has been the most favourite destinations frequented during the summer by the natives and the global travellers as well. […]

Shirdi, the dream destination for most of the spiritual seekers and a divine centre with stack of surprises for the global travellers. Shirdi has the astounding spiritual significance, being the abode of the saint Saibaba and lakhs of people believe him to be a man turned God making miracles in their lives. There have been […]

India has something to offer for every tourist visiting the country. The clad mountains, vast desserts, lush green meadows, dense woods attract the global travellers besides the magnificent temples, palaces and forts. Finding out a little about this huge country is found to be worthwhile by many travellers aspiring to visit India. India, which has […]

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Fix your intention of traveling to South India and always expect some adjustments along your journey. Culinary trips, honeymoon holidays, exploration tours, trekking expeditions, and all types of package oriented travel have their own set of happiness quotients and experience offerings. There are immeasurable tourist spots in South India even South Indians cannot cover entirely […]

Many inscriptions and sculptures in the mountain of Rock fort that have passed the test of time indicate that the region was once a flourishing land for Jainism where deformed sculptures of Tirthankara are found to be carved on a rock bed known as Sarukku Parai in Rock fort. As one of the world’s oldest […]

The first capital of the great Magadha Kingdom, Rajgir is a city in Nalanda District of Bihar. It was frequented by Lord Buddha and Lord Mahavir and therefore is of great spiritual importance for the Buddhists and Jains. Though the exact date of its origin is not known, the ceramics found during the excavations date […]

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Kushinagar is a sacred land for the Buddhists where Gautama Buddha left his material body attained Parinirvana after his death. It is one among the four major pilgrimage sites as per Buddhism along with Sarnath, Lumbini and Bodhgaya. Kushinagar is believed to be named after Kusha, the son of the great Hindu God Ram. Archaeological […]

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