Indian Panorama Travel Blog

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 […]

Buddhism is one of the key religions of the world that teaches beautiful way of spiritual developments, meditation and philosophy. The era of Buddhism came to pass from Magadha region and spread across the world by the followers of Buddha. Siddharth Gautam was the founder of this spiritual conviction and he along with his followers […]

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 […]

Homestays over Hotels. Why? When you think of quitting your hometown other than for an official trip, touring for pleasure, exploration, immediately PEACE comes into your travel picture. For a tranquil atmosphere amidst a rich flora and fauna surrounded by the harmonious hills just like its people, staying in a home in Kerala is the […]

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 […]

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 […]

The only festival in Asia with all the participants as Transgenders takes place in Tamil Nadu, the South Indian state. Lasting for eighteen days during the Tamil months Panguni and Chithirai, that is between April – May, this unique Koothandavar festival is celebrated in a pomp manner. Koovagam, the small village near Vizhuppuram in the […]

Kerala is all set to welcome yet another festival of love, happiness, prosperity and new hope. Nature flushed with the golden yellow Kanikonna flowers (Golden Shower Tree or Cassia Fistula or Indian Laburnum) has already announced the arrival of Vishu in Kerala. It is the festival that heralds the beginning of Malayalee New Year as […]

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Chola -The pride of India   The Chola dynasty has left its strong foot in the Indian History for the elegant architectures, civilization and holistic development of the society. Historians refer to the achievements of the Chola Dynasty over THREE different periods as Early, Medieval and Later Cholas. The Cholas are remembered even after thousand […]