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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 […]

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 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. […]

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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It is quite common that, Ooty acclaimed as the Queen of Hill Stations in Tamilnadu, attracts thousands of visitors from India and abroad during the summer. You have one more reason to plan your vacation to be spent in Ooty is the Annual Summer Festival.   The pleasant climate prevailing in the summer season draws […]

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 […]

The state was formed on March 30th, 1949 and its 33 districts with Jaipur as their capital celebrate the 70th Rajasthan day this year on March 30th 2019. The rock-solid history and royalty of Rajasthan is celebrated by the Jaipurites along with flocks of foreign tourists by singing and stomping. The folk artists mesmerize spectators […]

Karnataka is the most popular tourist destination among the travelers across India as well as other countries. The deccan plateau in the southern part of the country has many interesting things to include in your itinerary during the trip to India. Magnificent monuments, architecturally wonderful palace and forts, wonderfully constructed centuries old temples as the […]