Month: October 2017

Chandra Shekar Azad Park Allahabad

As I typed the word ‘Allahabad’, my emotions started flowing out because it is the first tourist destination I visited alone first time when I was 13. It’s not only me who is in love with this city, rather every tourist who visits Allahabad once, becomes the admirer of this blessed and flamboyant city. The Read More

Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Varanasi

Located on the bank of River Ganga, Varanasi is known for its holiness as much as the River Ganga itself. Earlier known as ‘Kashi’ and ‘Banaras’, Varanasi is one of seven holy cities of India. The spirituality and religious significance of Varanasi trace back the time period of ancient Vedic period. According to Indian mythology, Read More

Bara Imambara, Lucknow

Often referred as ‘The City of Nawabs’, Lucknow is deeply steeped in history & culture and depicts everything with a Nawabi touch. Whether you talk about the culture, history, literature, art & music, architecture, natural wonders, cuisines, or the tourism, the capital city of Uttar Pradesh has something exclusive to put in front of you. Read More

Kanchenjunga Mountain

West Bengal is the eastern bottleneck of India. It stretches from the Bay of Bengal lying southwards to the Himalayas lying northwards. This state covers the area of about eighty-eight thousand seven hundred and fifty-two square kilometers (88,752 sq km). The capital of West Bengal is also known as the City of Joy or Kolkata. Read More

Akshardham Temple Delhi

Are you wondering where you can go this vacation for a family tour? If so then you have landed on a perfect place to look for it. Delhi, as we all know, is the capital of India filled with diverse culture and heritage. Delhi is popular for its historical places and iconic government buildings. But Read More

Ajmer Shariff

Encompassed by the impressive Aravalli Hills and located 13 km from the religious city Pushkar, Ajmer is a melting pot in India. It has embraced some of the most diverse cultures of India within. The city was founded by the Maharaja Ajay Chauhan in the 7th century. Since then, it had served many dynasties of Read More

Universal Peace Hall

Perched in the imposing Aravalli Mountain ranges, Mount Abu takes the pride of being the only hill station in Rajasthan. Mount Abu is one such place in Rajasthan where you can witness the picturesque charisma of nature, the grandiosity of architecture, the rustic wilderness of alpine region, fascination of wildlife, and pleasant climate in one Read More

Pushkar Lake

Pushkar is a city that doesn’t need any introduction. Since the long-gone Vedic era, Pushkar has been holding a very significant religious importance in India. The city is known to be the abode of Lord Brahma and also houses one of few existing Lord Brahma’s Temple of the county. Situated in the northwest of Ajmer, Read More

Jaisalmer Fort

Jaisalmer is a completely different façade of Rajasthan. Among the stateliness of Rajasthan where every fort has a glorious story to narrate, every palace has an unmatched architecture to allure and every museum has a vast collection to satiate, the dozy desert city Jaisalmer has something unique to wonder its visitors. Located in the lap Read More