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Rajasthan is well known for its traditional, colorful art and grand forts and Palaces. This time I went to explore the blue City of Rajasthan –   Read More..

    Havelis Are The reason Why Rajasthan Is Called The Cultural Capital Of India

    The word haveli is derived from Arabic hawali, meaning “partition” or “private space” popularised under the Mughal Empire. Haveli is a traditional townhouse or mansion in India, usually one with historical and architectural significance. The traditional havelis of Rajasthan have been the inherited homes of the Marwari business communities that flourished during the 18th and 19th century through growing trade relations. Believe it or not, these extravagant ancestral homes of the traders have been the focal point of prospering art, architecture and culture in the land of the royals.   Read More..

      Festivals of North India

      Holi is a lively festival that is celebrated in most parts of India, but it is a celebration done with utmost magnificence in various forms particularly in North India. The festival is famous enough for the entire world to relate ‘playing with colors’ with India since that is what Holi celebration is mostly about. Lath mar Holi is a very famous celebration that takes place in the small town of Barsana in Uttar Pradesh. Playing with water and colors, forming human pyramids and breaking a pot of butter tied on the top are some of the many events that take place during Holi. It falls in the month of March every year. –   Read More..

        5 reasons to visit Ladakh

        1. Stunning Landscape views
        Enclosed in between the Himalayan and Karakoram mountain ranges, the Ladakh region is a highland that is layered in spectra of red, orange, brown, green, and grey with large crystal blue water bodies. The landscape under the beautiful blue sky, aligned by snow-crested peaks and some lush green patches of vegetation along the valleys formed by the perennial streams together make for a surreal scenic beauty. So if you are still thinking that Ladakh is just a barren landscape… I’m afraid, you are going to miss the shelter in heaven. –   Read More..

          Best beaches of South India

          Marari beach, Kerala
          Marari beach is a wonderful sandy stretch between Fort Kochi and Alleppey. This beach is considered among the most charming places in the whole Indian subcontinent. Life in Marari goes on as it did a hundred years ago, unperturbed by the worldly commotion. One can relax in the most obvious way –by doing nothing. Coastal lines of Marari beach are fringed with coconut trees and white sand that provides a captivating view. This relinquish beach is the perfect place to enjoy the sun and get a great tan, Perfect for unwinding after exploring the small town of Fort Kochi or spending some time on the backwaters in Alleppey. A walk in the fishing village and an Ayurvedic treatment afterward is a pleasurable experience. Snake Boat Race is another unique activity this place offers. Mararikulam Shiva Temple is situated nearby and is a religious and traditional belief of many, it is dedicated to Lord Shiva and worshipped by many Hindu devotees.   Read More..

            Must Visit Place – Goa

            Goa is a state in western India with the coastline stretching along the Arabian Sea. A kaleidoscopic blend of Indian and Portuguese cultures, with sun-kissed beaches, sea, sand, seafood, sunburn festivals, parties, and spirituality, there’s nowhere in India similar to this.   Read More..