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At the south-east tip of Pamban, there is an isolated land near Rameshwaram. Dhanushkodi (“End of the Bow”) is an abandoned town filled with memories of a melancholic past. A Natural calamity in 1964 turned the whole place into a silent uninhabitable zone. The ruined schools, post offices, hospitals, churches, and railway station buildings attract […]

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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The Alchemy of South India – A Divine Blend From caves with accurate evidence of Neolithic people to man-made temples confusing archaeologists, historians, architecture experts, and renowned artists for centuries, Tamil Nadu and Kerala have an impossible level of exclusivity which feels like entering two different countries although they are two closely glued states. The […]

Turbulently Smooth Hands at Work – The Art of Kolam   Although a cosmopolitan atmosphere is widespread in most of the bustling cities of South Indian places like Tamil Nadu and Kerala haven’t lost the traditional touch. Women dolled up in sarees express their soulful cravings, happiness, dreams, visuals, and random thoughts in “Kolam”. Thumbs […]

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 […]

Life in India is full of celebrations, every event has a strong connection with the history, heritage, culture and religion. Ugadi is one such festival symbolizing the welcoming of spring season. Ugadi is the festival of Telugu and Kannada new year, usually celebrated during the months March or April, which marks the commencement of the […]

To immerse your taste buds in the countryside cuisine where you will find master cooks in traditional wears, celebrate the silence of the farms, interact with the English speaking locals, indulge in cultural fests, and pursue the beauty of the Tamil’s country life, enter into the hoods of these hospitable hamlets without hesitation in Tamilnadu. […]

“India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great-grandmother of tradition. Our most valuable and most instructive materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only.” –Mark Twain The above quote by American writer, Mark Twain explains […]

What is Holi? Holi, the festival of colors that marks at the end of winter and the beginning of summer. It is celebrated with utmost joy throughout the country. Similar to many other festivals in India, this festival also symbolizes the victory of good over evil in India. People of all age groups with their […]

Santhome basilica is a religious monument located in South Chennai. Santhome Cathedral is a Roman Catholic minor basilica in Santhome, at Mylapore. Santhome basilica is one of the three churches in the world which holds the tomb of Apostles of Jesus Christ. St. Thomas is the apostle of Jesus after whom the church stands today in the […]