- Created: 23-01-17
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Description: A tiny hamlet in the state of Uttarakhand, Ranikhet takes you away from all the worldly chaos. Literally meaning ‘Queen’s meadow’, Ranikhet is located near the Himalayan Foothills which keeps the weather here pleasant all year long resulting in flourishing Ranikhet Tourism. Start by visiting the Chaubatia Orchards for tasting a variety of apples or explore a range of old temples located here such as Jhula Devi Temple, Mankameshwar Temple and Haidakhan Babaji Temple; there is absolutely no dearth of attractions in this haven.
Publish Date: 27-04-17
Description: Kaziranga National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Golaghat and Nagaon districts of Assam and is world-famous for being home to the endangered one-horned rhinoceros. Spread in an area of 430 sq km, the wildlife sanctuary also shelters various species of mammals, reptiles along with migratory birds from Central Asia. Wildlife enthusiasts from all over the world visit the park to get a glimpse of its exotic wildlife. The park is also rich in flora with dense and tall elephant grasses being its main characteristic. A jeep/elephant safari here proves to be an unforgettable experience. Cruising in a boat on the Brahmaputra River is also a great fun.
Publish Date: 25-04-17
Description: Nilgiri Hills is a bewitching hilly terrain located in Tamil Nadu. Tourists, which include trekkers, honeymooners, wildlife lovers and nature enthusiasts, from all corners of the planet visit the place to discover its bounteous beauty of nature. Nilgiri Hills Tourism introduces travellers with the abundant flora and fauna, old mountain ranges, gushing waterfalls, meandering streams and thrilling trekking routes of this fascinating place. Tourists visiting the place must ensure themselves a ride in the Nilgiri Mountain Railway - a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Botanical Garden, Ooty Lake, Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Mukkurthi Peak and National Park, Doddabetta, Laws Falls and Pykara are famous tourist attraction here.
Publish Date: 18-04-17
Description: India is undoubtedly the most popular destination for persons seeking spiritual enlightenment. There are plenty of yoga ashrams and retreats which provide in-depth courses and flexible drop-in classes. Practising yoga at these centres in a traditional setting is a unique experience. Yoga in India is strongly recommended for all those who are looking for a spiritual awakening. The traditional teachings of yoga help one to free the mind, body and spirit. That is the reason people from all across the planet visit India to introduce themselves to a balanced approach to life.
Publish Date: 12-04-17
Description: Spread in an area of about 940 sq km, the Kanha National Park is the largest national park in Madhya Pradesh. World-famous for its significant population of royal Bengal tigers, the park ranks among Asia’s best-administered parks. Apart from tigers, this national park serves as a safe haven for endangered Barasingha along with leopards, wild dogs and other wildlife species. For years, this place has been fascinating wildlife buffs, who come here only to get mesmerised with its exotic wildlife and boundless beauty. Bammi Dadar, also known as the Sunset Point, is the best place to enjoy a wildlife tour in this park. Jungle safari is a popular activity here.
Publish Date: 10-04-17
Description: Ooty is a charismatic hill station of Tamil Nadu that attracts travellers with its emerald vistas. The hill station takes you away from the hustle and bustle of the city life where you eye the most immaculate facets of Mother Nature which are hard to believe. Loaded with sightseeing attractions, Ooty remains a wonderland luring loads of honeymooners to book Ooty Holiday Packages. Choose from attractions like Doddabetta Peak, Ooty Botanical Gardens, Annamalai Temple or Wax Museum.
Publish Date: 07-04-17
Description: Welcoming the advent of spring season, the Mewar Festival Udaipur is celebrated with full fervour in Rajasthan’s Udaipur City. The festival holds great significance among the women of Rajasthan. People from all around the country and the world visit Udaipur to witness the beauty of this grand affair. The colourful event features processions, devotional music and firework displays among others. Women dressed up in traditional attires and jewellery take part in the splendid celebration of the Mewar festival. Carrying the idols of Isar (Lord Shiva) and Gangaur (Goddess Parvati), they take out a traditional procession throughout the city. The festival concludes with the immersion of the idols in Pichola Lake.
Publish Date: 04-04-17
Description: Gangaur Festival Jaipur is a vibrant event of Rajasthan. The festival is celebrated in the Hindu month of Chaitra, i.e. between March and April, in order to honour Goddess Parvati. People all around the state, especially women, take part in the festivities of Gangaur festival with great zeal. The rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan, for which it is renowned worldwide, is reflected through the festival. The Gangaur festival lasts for 18 days during which both married and unmarried women worship the Goddess. Such is the beauty of this festival that it attracts tourists from various parts of the country as well as the world.
Publish Date: 28-03-17
Description: Kaila Devi Fair Karauli is a significant festival which is held in the month of March-April in Rajasthan’s Kaila Village. The festival is celebrated in the honour of Kaila Devi - an incarnation of Goddess Mahalakshmi. During the fair, devotees from all over India visit Kaila Devi temple to pay their homage to the Goddess. People also take part in various rituals associated with the worship of Kaila Devi and among all of them, Kanak Dandoti is the most interesting one. Kaila Devi Fair is one of the most acclaimed fairs of Rajasthan where one will get to see lots of interesting activities like amusement rides, dance, singing performances by local tribes, etc.
Publish Date: 23-03-17
Description: The royal land of Rajasthan is replete with several imposing forts. These magnificent edifices exemplify stunning architectural beauty and a great culture that enthral one and all. Various regions of Rajasthan are home to many majestic forts, which were built by different rulers. Amber Fort, Chittorgarh Fort, Mehrangarh Fort, Kumbhalgarh Fort, Ranthambore Fort and Jaisalmer Fort among others are some of the most famous Forts in Rajasthan. These beautiful structures are one of the major tourist attractions in the state and are excellent examples of military strategy. Tourists exploring these long standing masterpieces get spellbound with their grandeur.
Publish Date: 21-03-17