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A plethora of wondrous monuments, elysian cuisines, spiritual mysteries, and unbelievable yet trustworthy stories maketh the peninsula of the Indian subcontinent. From colourful festivities to ineffable architectural marvels, India is a year-round destination for the world. Exploring India is equal to experiencing a different world as India is not just formed out of a single […]

India is an amazing country for exploring with extraordinary beauty, deep-rooted cultural heritage, rich history, and varied religious beliefs, complemented by a vast population that is friendly and welcoming. It is the 7th largest country in the world which is gifted with 29 states and its culture and tradition vary from one state to another. […]

A proud moment for all Indians as Jaipur, the Pink City becomes the 38th World Heritage Site in India. The 43rd session of the World Heritage Committee held at Baku, Azerbaijan heralded the world a new UNESCO World Heritage Site – JAIPUR. The fort corridor of India earned this prestigious achievement with the help of […]

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 […]

Dreamy, scenic and mesmerising are the perfect words to describe the beautiful hill stations of Maharashtra, Lonavala and Khandala in India. People prefer to drive to these hill stations as the way leading here is absolutely charming. One of the popular hill stations close to Mumbai and Pune is nestled in the Sahyadri Ranges (Western […]

Here comes the most awaited grand festival of Athi Varadhar utsav, which happens once in every forty years. We all knew that “The city of Silk” Kanchipuram is world renowned for its pure rich silk sarees, yet another feather in the hat of Kanchipuram is this 2000 years old Athi Varathar temple. Varadharaja Perumal Temple […]

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 Great Living Temples of Cholas Airavatesvara temple shaped like a chariot in Darasuam was built by RajaRaja Chola II in the 12th century. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the temple boasts off the architectural precision of the Chola dynasty. Carvings of “Yali” having the trunk of an elephant, head of a lion, body […]

Do you want to be a part of the world’s one of the longest festivals, lasting for about a month, packed with cultural and social extravaganza? Then, plan a visit to the ancient city Madurai, in the South Indian state Tamil Nadu. The city is also acclaimed as the Sleepless City.   The entire city […]