When Two and Two Make Five in India – Andaman and Nicobar Islands

When in India, you would think of the major Indian cities. But India also has a neat beautiful scenic spot tucked away as a Union Territory from the North to the South. This island land has 572 islands out of which 36 have inhabitants. Yes, we are talking about the popular Andaman And Nicobar Islands in India. Continue reading “When Two and Two Make Five in India – Andaman and Nicobar Islands” »

Damsel in Waiting

Come to a land of mystique, intrigue and strange tales.  Once there was a princess Kanya Devi who was believed to be the incarnation of the Indian Goddess Parvati. She was to marry her consort Shiva but he never turned up on the wedding day. So all the rice and other cereals were left uncooked and gradually turned into stones. Till today, this princess is waiting for her prince to come and marry her. Continue reading “Damsel in Waiting” »

The Elegant Ahilya Fort

The current century witnesses many changes when it comes to the way we see or do things. Everybody wants to do things differently, and the best part is there’s enough scope for it. The topic here is about recycling. Any country wouldn’t let its history go down, want to preserve it for obvious reasons and definitely don’t want to see it as a waste. The beauty of this project is you’re still preserving it as an artwork and flowing with the current trend. Continue reading “The Elegant Ahilya Fort” »

Madurai- When Gods Visited Earth

When in India, be sure to be greeted with a lot of folded hands and temple worship. The temples in India are famous for their ancient form of architecture. This is the grandeur that one witnesses at Madurai in South India. Madurai is synonymous with the presiding deity here Goddess Meenakshi. The River Vaigai gurgles along Madurai, the land of culture and art. Existing from as far as 550 AD, this was the capital of the Indian Pandyan kings. Continue reading “Madurai- When Gods Visited Earth” »

Cornered Religiously on all four sides – Char Dham

Do you want to be surrounded by God? Do you want to feel surreal anywhere in this world? Then just pack your bags and head towards Char Dham, the ultimate yatra or journey for any pilgrim or devotee in this part of India. Continue reading “Cornered Religiously on all four sides – Char Dham” »

“Sun”ning Glory? Konark Sun Temple

In the 13th century, in India was built a great Pagoda – The Black Pagoda. This went on to become one of the major pilgrim destinations for Indians. Today popularly known as the Konark Sun Temple, this monumental excellence made of ferrugious sandstone and oxidized stone was the masterpiece of King Narsimhadeva I who belonged to the Eastern Ganga dynasty. Continue reading ““Sun”ning Glory? Konark Sun Temple” »

Elephantine tales from Thekkady

Want to feel closer to Nature and feel the freshness of the natural surroundings? Want to hear the roar of the wild elephants and see them like you could touch them? Seems too good to believe? NO, right here in our own country India in the heart of the wilderness in the forests of Southern India lies a land called Thekkady. Approachable from Cochin the city in South Indian in Kerala, this pristine land of green expanse in the best attraction in a Kerala tour.

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Explore the World! Do not be afraid of traveling on your own for the first time!

Many single people fear travelling solo outside the comfort of their town or city, unless visiting friends and family. Some find eating alone as a weird experience while others may worry about safety or getting lost. Overcoming the fear of travelling alone is hard thing to do so, this article will share some basic but essential tips for surviving your first solo travel trip and actually enjoy it! Continue reading “Explore the World! Do not be afraid of traveling on your own for the first time!” »

Travelling Solo and leaving those you love behind

It is always a difficult decision to go travelling on your own and leave those you love behind. Worried about what others would think? You should not feel guilty in deciding to spend some time alone and visit places that you have dreamt of – places that your family would not necessarilyhave in mind. Indeed, there are many positive aspects of having some timeapart. Continue reading “Travelling Solo and leaving those you love behind” »

Why not try angling this year?

For independent travellers who have a passion for fishing and like to relax outdoors, angling is an ideal holiday option.  Commonly known as a sport, angling is becoming more popular as a form of recreation. Continue reading “Why not try angling this year?” »