Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan is popularly known as the Pink City. It is considered so because the walls and buildings of the old city are painted pink that lures the visitors with its stunning ruins of ancient period. » Read more
When it comes to Romantic getaways, the idea gets limited to strolling on the beaches holding hands, candle light dinners and getting pampered in luxurious accommodation of 5 star resorts. » Read more
Western region of India comprises of varied landscape and serves as a treat for adventurous souls to carry various activities. Whereas, Central India consists of the fascinating and unexplored places, » Read more
Maharajas’ Express is the world’s finest luxury train that is included in every traveler’s wish list. The booking of this train has started as its peak season is near. » Read more
Nepal is a landlocked country surrounded by Bhutan to its East, to its North-East lies Tibet and India to its South. Whereas, China surrounds all over Nepal making it a feast for traveller as it offers great traveling opportunities. » Read more
Do you want to visit the unexplored places around the world which have been seen or heard about by very few people? Visiting to such places would help you have an amazing time with different people. » Read more
Traveling becomes more excited if complimented with the best accommodation to stay in, because traveling in Rajasthan does not only mean moving around and capturing the sites into the lenses of your camera but also to rely with ease in the hotel rooms. » Read more
Yoga is a 5,000 years old practice of body, mind and soul. Being originated in India with the aim to transform one’s body and mind, this philosophical tradition of the Hindus has gained prominence. It is a precious gift to mankind from the ancient Indian tradition. » Read more
The culture of a place can be acknowledged from its art and dance forms. Dances are considered as the integral parts of culture of any region. Kerala which is situated in the southern part of India and is popularly known as ‘God’s Own Country’ has several dance forms. » Read more
Since ages India has been the destination of travelers, seeking spiritual renewal and serenity. They visit the Ashrams of India as well as the retreat centers to gain knowledge of the ancient practices such as holistic healing process called Ayurveda, yoga and meditation. » Read more
With the beginning of April the atmosphere of Udaipur starts blending in festive moods. It hosts the colorful Mewar Festival that draws tourists from all across the world. Make sure to attend the festival this year. Read below to know more about the festival.
Parmarth Niketan Ashram organizes the International Yoga Festival every year in Rishikesh (India), in association with the Uttarakhand Tourism Development Board, GMVN. This festival is stranded in the source of Yoga. » Read more
Ladakh, being located in the Trans-Himalayan region of Jammu & Kashmir, in North India makes it a popular spot amongst nature and adventure enthusiasts. This mountainous region remains thronged by the tourists from all across the world to explore its mesmerizing nature. » Read more
Fast food is something that everybody loves. With its variety, fast food has been ruling the hearts of all since ages. Besides the traditional ones, there are many new entries and it will keep adding into it till cooks and chefs stop finding out something new every time. » Read more
Losar is one of the major festivals celebrated by the Tibetan Buddhists. It is celebrated as Tibetan New Year. The term Losar, means “New Year” in Tibetan language, Lo-New and Sar-Year. Losar is celebrated for more than 15 days in Tibet. It is also celebrated in India, where the inhabitants follow Buddhism. But in India, the celebration has been restricted for 3 days.