Indian Panorama Blog

  Have you ever listened to the stories nature tells you ? when we decide to step out of regular routines and lifestyles and become ready to observe the world around us, then the magical transformation happens. It is an undeniable fact that the beauty of nature will leave us speechless once we start traveling. […]

The Golden Temple at Amritsar is always in the list of “must see” for a global traveller. The holiest site in the Sikhism, visited by millions of devotees and tourists every year, the Golden Temple at Amritsar is situated in the North-western Indian state of Punjab. Sikhism is the prominently followed religion here and Sikhs […]

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Have you ever seen the picture of a God with a potbelly, long trunk and big years, having a small mouse as his vehicle in contrast to His hefty shape? Lord Ganesha, popularly called as Lord Vinayaka or Pillayar is believed to be the son of Lord Shiva as per the Hindu Mythology. Lord Ganesh […]

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A visit to the masterpiece of rock, housing number of monolithic architectures in the form of cave temples will be an entirely unique experience to the travelers. Visiting the Ellora caves will undoubtedly transform your perceptions about traveling in India. Ellora has everything a traveler looks for. The ancient heritage and culture of India are […]

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If you are looking to tour across places with heritage, greenery, monuments, culture and option to relax, then a trip to South India will provide you with that and much more exceeding your expectations. If you want to enjoy the traditional Indian cuisines and divulge in the festivities of the land pack up your bags […]

Calcutta or Kolkata as we know it is the city known for keeping its historical significance intact. Right from the old transportation modes to the Colonial Buildings that serve as houses or offices till date, we can find Calcutta in its real charm. The city, often called “the city of joy” is well known to […]

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India holds up enchanting destinations like the “Golden Triangle” in north and “God’s Own Country” in the south and more to the world from October to March. That’s when the climate remains moderate in most of the places which enables visitors to enjoy better. On the other hand, the country keeps in store, some of […]

by Rosy Rao

Tamilnadu in India is well known for its ancient temples which are no less than architectural gems, to say the least. It is home to more than 33000 temples. YES! You heard me right, 33000 temples which earned this state its label the “Land of Temples”. Out of these many temples, more than half of […]

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This small village in Kodaikanal just 5 kms away from the town, is a hit among the nature lovers. Vattakkanal or locally known as “Vatta” is not in the radar of the usual herd of travellers who mostly visit the common sightseeing places in Kodaikanal such as the Coaker’s Walk, the Pillar Rocks, the Guna […]

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Visakhapatnam or Vizag is the second largest city in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Though it was not very popular among the travellers a decade ago, this port city is slowly gaining fame among International travellers as well. The exotic beaches here such as the Ramakrishna Beach and the Rushikonda Beach are becoming favourites among […]

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