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Editor’s Choice are special features hand picked by the editorial team at IndiaVivid. It showcases interesting reads, facets and themes around India.

A Tamil king’s palace – reference from Nedunalvadai

India is a vast mass of land with rich history. As several emperors and rulers have trodden upon this area, one can find a lot of forts, palaces and temples built by them. The south Indian state of Tamil Nadu…

Beral- Beautiful village in Himachal Pradesh

There are some people who like to explore the world and such is their love for nature that they just pack a bag with the bare minimum and start the journey without much planning. For those people, Beral In Himachal…

Lepcha Jagat- A mountain Village in West Bengal

If mountains are your go-to destination for relaxation, then Lepcha Jagat will be nothing shorter than your dream destination. Often we forget and tend to neglect the beautiful havens we have in our country. Lepcha Jagat is unknown to many…

Places to visit in Mathura, the birthplace of Krishna

Mathura is the place where the Eight Avatar of Lord Vishnu, Lord Krishna is said to have born.  It is one of the oldest cities of India and has mention in both Ramayana and Mahabharata. It is a land filled…

St. Paul Cathedral- A Must Visit in Kolkata

Kolkata, or previously known as Calcutta, as we all know was the capital of India, during the British era, till 1911. This city of joy has a long list of fine architectural builds and is associated with so much enriching…

The Buddhist Pagoda in Eden Gardens

Most Indians and also most of the world are aware of Eden Gardens as it is a great Cricket Stadium and an infinite number of historical incidents are associated with this pitch. But apart from the stadium, Eden gardens also…

Visit Kumbh Mela 2019

Kumbh Mela is the biggest celebration of Hindu faith in the world and it is happening right now at Prayagraj in Uttar Pradesh.

Pallavaram – the region of Pallavas

Pallavaram is one of the major residential locality of modern Chennai. It is also one of the ancient Tamil towns inhabited since 7th century or before. The name originated from its root name “Pallavar-puram” which means “region of Pallavas”. The…

All you need to know about Kerala Festivals in January

Kerala is a land of majestic hills, sparkling backwaters and enchanting forests.  It is also known for cultural and traditional Festivals.  The Kerala Festivals Calendar is spread across all the 12 months of the year.  Here is a list of…

Visit The Gharials At Ken Gharial Sanctuary, Madhya Pradesh

The Ken Gharial Sanctuary is a nature tourism site in the Panna national park area in Madhya Pradesh. The sanctuary is situated at the rendezvous point of the Rivers Ken and Khudar. It is nearly 24 km away from Khajuraho…

Salim Singh ki Haveli, Jaisalmer’s Pride and Glory

The Golden City of Jaisalmer has to be on your must see list in India. The iconic city in Rajasthan is full of architectural treasures. If you are an art lover, traveler or just plain curious there is so much…

Tribal museums of India – Part – I

Tribal Museums are an attempt to document, capture in film or retain some memorable artifacts of the 437 +tribes that exist in India. They  are sometimes called Adivasis,  or the earliest settlers of the land.  Each tribe has a separate…

Baghore ki Haveli, the picturesque palace in Udaipur

Baghore ki Haveli is an offbeat, cultural unmissable attraction in Udaipur that you should check out on your next trip.

Playing Hide and Seek and reliving your childhood!

What was the first game you remember playing? Any blurred memory from childhood jumping back at you? Mine was hide and seek, the thrilling game for all ages!! If you grew up in the 80s or 90s, you didnt have…

Krida Patram, the original Indian playing card game

Everybody knows Poker, a popular playing cards game. This is generally played in US and Europe but there are several Indian playing card games hidden from the world. The most ancient one and interesting one is called Krida Patram. India…

The singing game of our childhood, Poshampa!

‘If you carry your childhood with you, you never get older’ is a very popular saying. It reminds us to keep the child inside us alive and kicking. How do we do that? Let’s take a walk down memory lane…

Top tourist Destinations in Telangana

The state of Telengana was carved out of State of Andhra Pradesh in 2014.  Some of the important cities in the state are Hyderabad, Warangal, Nizamabad, Karimnagar and Khammam. It is a mountainous terrain with dense forests filled with amazing…

A ride along ECR

ECR, also known as East Coast Road is a Tamil Nadu state Highway (SH 49) connecting the capital city Chennai with India’s southernmost tip Kanyakumari. The road stretches for around 15 kilometers within the boundaries of Chennai itself, before passing…

Kancha, the popular Indian game of Marbles

What is your fondest memory as a child? Do you miss summer holidays when the entire family would get together and relax? Or is it the cool evenings playing with your friends you want to relive? Lagori, Kabaddi, Kho Kho,…

Kith Kith, the desi version of Hopscotch

Every child in the world knows Hopscotch. The game played by pretty much children everywhere is fun, simple and known as Kith Kith in India. The other names for this game are Stapu, Ekhat-Dukhat or Pandi Attam. Some games have…

Kho Kho, an intense game of ability and agility!

As a child, one of the favorite pastimes in India was playing sports. Popular sports include forms of tag such as Kabaddi, Pakda Pakdi, Lagori and Kho Kho. Playing sports such as Kho Kho ensures athletic ability and fosters team…

The Very Ancient Augastamuni Temple

Augusta Rishi was one of the seven direct disciples of Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is known as the Adi Yogi- the first yogi to figure out the workings of the universe and the place of human beings in it. This…

Laxmi Narayan Temple In Chamba

Chamba is one of the most gifted places in India- gifted with immense natural beauty and rich in arts and crafts. On the periphery of Shivalik hills and at the foothills of the Himalayan ranges, blessed with great weather and…

The Tipu Sultan Mosque In Kolkata

Tipu Sultan Mosque was built in memory of the Tipu Sultan, the famous ruler, and poet of Mysore. Prince Ghulam Mohammed built this mosque, who was the son of Tipu Sultan. The construction of this elegant mosque started in 1832…

Places To Visit In And Near Vishakapatnam

Vishakapatnam is one of the important cities in Andhra Pradesh.  It is located amidst the Eastern Ghats on the Coast of Bay of Bengal.  It is also the administrative headquarters of the Eastern Naval Command of our Navy. This city is…

Naulakha Palace, Gondal-an architectural marvel

Are you tired or feel odd one out from couple’s Christmas party? Well, plan for an off-beat destination located in Gujarat, Gondal. This tourist destination boasts of several tourist destinations including palaces, temples, and other places of historical significance. But…

Magen David Synagogue

Kolkata has been a place which has been home to different people of different origins at different times. These people have loved Kolkata as their own place and even many have gone away, they have left their significant marks in…

Places To Visit In Ankleshwar

Holidays are the best time to forge a new relationship. If you are single and are feeling blue about the holidays, you’re not alone. Thousands of people whether married or unmarried dread showing their face to Christmas and New Year…

Dumas Beach- The Most Haunted Beach Of Gujarat

If going to a beach entice you and makes you merry, then Dumas Beach is an appropriate place to visit. Counted among the haunted places in India, here in this beach you can indulge in various leisure activities like camel…

Monuments Of Chennai You Should Not Miss When You Visit This City

Chennai is one among the biggest metropolitan cities in India. Once a main center of British Raj, it is known for its historical and modern Buildings and landmarks. There are numerous Monuments of Chennai that should be visited to understand…

The Kali Gumti, Delhi

The Kali Gumti or ‘black dome-shaped building’ is one of the three tombs inside the Deer Park. This relatively smaller monument doesn’t have a very ornate structure and is believed to have been constructed in the pre-Lodhi era, probably belonging…

Unpopular Heritage Sites Of Kolkata-Part 2

A visit to certain heritage sites in Kolkata gives us a view of a totally different Kolata which we now get to see.  These places make us travel back, engulfs us with its beauty, simplicity and offers a lot of…

Unpopular Heritage Sites Of Kolkata -Part 1

There are ample places in Kolkata which often Kolkatans miss to visit. Even there are some heritage sites which often lacks the limelight it deserves. Two of them are the Town Hall and Robertson monument. Town Hall: This building was…

Shivpuri , The Ancient Town In Madhya Pradesh

Shivpuri is an ancient town situated very close to Gwalior in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It was earlier known as Sipri. Legend says that Lord Shiva spent some time in this town and hence the name Shivpuri…

Chanderi, Madhya Pradesh – Tryst With History

Chanderi is a town of historic importance situated in the Ashoknagar district of the state of Madhya Pradesh. The town of Chanderi is located on the lush Vindhya hills at the borders of Bundelkhand and Malwa who have a history…

Dhar, Madhya Pradesh

Dhar is a small city located in the Malwas region of Madhya Pradesh. It is situated 559m above sea level and its location is extremely relevant and adds to the picturesque beauty of the place. This captivating city used to…

Mandu, Madhya Pradesh – Forgotten Ruins That Speak Of An Elegant Past

Mandu or Mandavgad is an ancient city located in the Malwa region of western Madhya Pradesh. Mandu was earlier known as ‘Shadiabad’ (City of Joy). Situated on top of a plateau in the Malwa region, Mandu has seen glory under…

Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh – City Of Historic Monuments

Burhanpur is a historical town on the north bank of the Tapti River in Madhya Pradesh. It is close to the Maharashtra border. Its strategic location earned it the name ‘Dakkan Darwaza’ or Gateway to the South. Burhanpur is named…

Lallubhai Havelli- A Havelli With A Difference

The holidays can prove to be a depressing time for the individuals, especially during the winters. But this doesn’t mean that you have to sit on the couch and feel sorry about what has happened in the past. Sometimes, the…

What To See In Nagaland During Your Holidays

Nagaland is a land of wildlife, Tribal heritage, local festivals, handicrafts, trekking, scenic spots and delectable food.  So, if you are seeking unexplored places full of fresh air, abundant flora and fauna, absent crowds and ancient cultures, this North Eastern…

The Orchard Palace, Gondal- A Must Visit Destination

With the Christmas vacations around the corner, we all are planning for a much-needed holiday from our hectic schedule. Well, nothing can beat Gujarat. This scenic destination hosts some of the popular places which are famous for its history, culture,…

Bhuvneshwari Temple- A Place To Connect With The God

The holiday season is here again and as the Indian pack their bags, there are few trends that are worth noticing for-today more and more people are getting attracted to an offbeat destination. What is more encouraging is people are…

Indian Temples Dedicated To Lord Krishna

Lord Krishna is said to be the maker of the universe. He is the one who loves all the members of the universe unconditionally and this is the reason why devotees leave no stone unturned to celebrate the occasion of…

Joyrambati – Abode Of Maa Sarada

Joyrambati is quite famous in West Bengal as a pilgrimage site. It is the birthplace of Maa Saradamoni, the wife of Saint Ramakrishna, a great Devotee of Goddess Kali. Situated in the Bankura district of West Bengal, Joyrambati is a…

Sumbuk- Offbeat Destination In Sikkim

Sumbuk is another offbeat destination which you may visit to enjoy some peace and quiet in the lap of mountains. Still untouched, Sumbuk lies in the south district of Sikkim and is about 112 km from Siliguri. The village Sumbuk has…

Royal Garages, Gondal- A Place For Vintage Car Lovers

Gujarat is an eminent place that is filled with Indian history. Today, we will be talking about a place that deserves a special mention here- The Royal Garages,Gondal. If you are a vintage car lover, then visiting this place would be…

Poompuhar Handicrafts – Arts And Crafts Corner Of Chennai

The Tamil Nadu Handicrafts Development Corporation Limited is popularly called Poompuhar Handicrafts. It was established in 1973.  It is still ceaselessly working to preserve and promote the rich cultural and traditional history of Tamil Nadu. This corporation offers handicrafts that…

Madhyamaheswar- Pilgrimage Site In Uttarakhand

Madhyamaheswar (also called Madmaheswar) is one of the five or Panch Kedars which are to be visited to complete the Kedar pilgrimage tour. Generally, it is visited after the Kedarnath, Tughnath temple and Rudranath visitation are complete. Like the other…

India’s Longest Rail-Cum-Road Bridge, Bogibeel Is Now Open

India is making long strides in terms of connectivity, transport and travel. The common man has some very basic necessities such as shelter, food and travel. The Government is ensuring they provide those. The recent inauguration of the Bogibeel Bridge…

Mawphlang Forest- The Most Sacred Forest In Shillong

India is a country which is renowned in the world for its age-old rich culture, traditions, and hospitability. And what a  culmination of various religions, communities, and their heritage is our country is. It is said that there are thousands…

Pallanguzhi, The Ancient Counting Game Of Tamil Nadu

Indians have a variety of tricks and ideas to entertain and educate a child. Lullabies, poems, songs, books, and games are just some ways we teach our children. Math, language skills, co-ordination, and strategy are taught using unique props and…

Jute Fiber-  The Resilient Fiber And Its Uses

Jute Fiber has another special name “Golden fiber”. It is derived from the bark of two species – White Jute plant and Tossa Jute plant.  Its golden color and silk-like glimmer give it its special name. The resilient affordable fiber…

The Amazing Arts And Crafts Of Madhya Pradesh

Every state of India has its own special products. Diverse, aesthetic, handmade… they are a pride of workmanship for creators and pride of possession for owners. This article highlights the Arts and crafts of Madhya Pradesh, the Heart of India.…

Kite Playing Or Kite Fighting Festival In India

India’s festival season lasts through the year. Most of its festivals have special meanings and have activities associated with them. For example, the Kite Playing or Kite Fighting festival that takes place every year in January. India is a diverse country…

Khecheopalri – Offbeat Destination In Sikkim

If you are a happy-go-lucky type of person who is in search of a place which offers simplicity, serenity and free from the hustle –bustle of tourists then Khecheopalri village is meant for you. This place is sure to quench…

Sunehri Masjid – A Silent Witness To A Gory Past Of Delhi

In ancient times, India has been invaded by many rulers who plundered the wealth and were responsible for massive loss of lives. One small mosque in Delhi is witness to one such outrage by an invading ruler. Popularly known as…

Gandhak Ki Baoli – Delhi’s Step Well With Sulphur Rich Water

Gandhak Ki Baoli in Delhi is a rock cut step well built during the reign of Emperor Iltutmish (1296 – 1316). It is part of the Mehrauli Archaeological Park which is located near the Qutb Minar Complex. Step wells are…

Chaupat, The Real Board Game Testing Your Skill!

India is famous for its myths and mythology. Among the 2 most renowned epics are Ramayana and Mahabharata. The sagas of familial tension, good versus evil and legendary men make it for interesting reading. But the most intriguing plot twist…

Reasons Why Assam Tourism Is Getting Popular In The Past Decade

For long the Seven Sisters were off radar for tourists from India.  Not many know what to expect in these hilly lands.  Now awareness is one of the reasons why Assam Tourism and tourists visits to Northern Eastern states(Seven sisters)…

Moksha Patam, The Original Version Of Snakes And Ladders

Board Games are a fun, easy way to spend your time. You can play it with anyone and get rid of boredom in a simple way. Most games we play today have their roots in ancient times. Such as Moksha…

Dhurwa Dam Near Jagannath Temple in Ranchi

Dhurwa dam is located at a distance of 15 Km from the city of Ranchi. It is very close to the famous Jagannath Temple in Ranchi. The JSCA International Stadium is also very close to the dam. It is the…

Amazing Scuba Diving Spots In India

Scuba diving refers to diving underwater wearing a breathing apparatus called scuba that is not connected to any equipment above the surface.  It may seem that such facilities can be found only in developed countries.  But you will be surprised…

Yarada Beach – Vizag’s Secret Beach

Going to the beach to spend some quiet time to relax and unwind can end up to be a huge disappointment if the beaches are crowded. Tucked away 15Km from the main city of Vizag and surrounded by rocky hills…

Patratu Valley – A Glimpse Of Swiss Alps In India

About forty kilometres away from city of Ranchi is the small scenic town of Patratu. It is known for the Jindal Thermal Power Station. Patratu valley is a quick and comfortable ride away from the hustle and bustle of the…

Things To Do In Ranchi

Ranchi, the state capital of Jharkhand is a place that is blessed by nature in abundance. The geographical position and the surrounding dense forests make it a travelers’ delight and are aptly referred to as ‘Heaven on Earth’ by tourists.…

Aao Khele Antakshari, The Musical Game Loved By India!

Holidays as kids were all about spending time with family. Cousins, sisters, brothers, aunts all got together to enjoy each other’s company. They played games, sang and danced. One of the family favorites among Indians is Antakshari. Indians have always…

Puliyogare – The Yummy Tamarind Rice Dish Of South India

South India refers to five Indian states – Andhra Pradesh, Telengana, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Karnataka. Rice is the main ingredient all of these five states. Most of the food recipes made here are based on this one cereal. Rice…

Interesting Facts About Ashtapada, The Ancient Indian Board Game

Ancient Indian civilization was full of interesting things and activities. The people had to rely only on their intelligence and imagination to keep busy. They ended up inventing exciting games such as Ashtapada, which is the distant ancestor of chess.…

Monasteries In Pelling- Sanga Choeling And Pemayangtse

Sikkim is well known for its share of scenic beauty and monasteries. Among the monasteries, the Sanga Choeling Monastery and Pemayangste are the two of the oldest ones. The Sanga Choeling Monastery The Sanga Choeling Monastery in Sikkim is one…

Dine In Style At Runway 1 – The Airplane Restaurant In Delhi

How many of you enjoy the food served in an aircraft? Cramped up spaces, packed and processed food that you can hardly place comfortably in front of you let alone eat in luxury. Well, what if you got the same…

Live Like Royalty By Attending A Rajasthani Wedding

Rajasthan is a land of palaces. People from all over the world come to get married in Rajasthan. Like Priyanka Chopra who married Nick Jonas in a lavish wedding at Jodhpur. Rajasthani weddings themselves remain a spectacle of love, tradition…

Gujarati Weddings: Vibrant, Warm And Traditional

The whole world is talking about Mukesh Ambani’s daughter Isha Ambani’s grand and opulent wedding. Global superstar Beyonce was flown in to perform at a pre-wedding function! While this is an extravagance, the wedding also had traditional Gujarati customs such…

Khelo Kabbaddi, The Indian Sport Ruling Over Minds And Hearts!

‘Khelo Kabbaddi’ is a popular mantra in India. A game made popular since the times of kings, it even exists today. Centuries have gone by but the magic and fun of this game in India persist strongly. Let us learn…

Punnya Maati-The Soil From Brothels Used To Make Durga Idols

Durga Puja is an indelible part of the life of a Bengali and during the festival, Kolkata as a whole enters a period of diyas, the exquisitely crafted Durga idols, pandal hopping, fashion extravaganza, celebrations, and frenzy. It is intriguing…

The Bijli Mahadev Temple In Kullu

Amidst the magnificent Himalayan peaks is the picturesque Kullu valley that has an ancient temple of Shiva shrouded in mysteries and legends. Bijli Mahadev literally means ‘lightening Shiva’. Every twelve years the Shivalinga in this temple is struck by lightning…

Lagori, The Exciting And Boisterous Game From Your Childhood!

Children don’t play games today. Unless it’s on a phone, computer or television. They prefer to engage in the virtual world rather than live in the real world. If you were born in the 80s or 90s, you played real…

Andhra Pradesh Saris – Chic, Elegant And Comfortable

The most favored dress material among Indian women is Saris.  They are used as both formal and casual wear.  Some of the most famous varieties of Saris around India are Banaras Saris, Kanchipuram Saris, Chanderi, Bandhani, Pochampalli, Paithani and more.  Here…

Jang Bahadur Gurkha Fort, One Of The Main Attractions In Kasauli

Kasauli is a dream destination for vacationers. Cool weather, crisp air and slow pace of life in the lap of divine nature. Gorgeous Himalayan ranges with snowcapped peaks and green pine valleys. Anywhere you look you are gifted with such…

Gilli Danda, The Desi Version Of Cricket

India is a cricket fanatic nation. To say it is cricket crazy, will not do justice to the obsession Indians have. But everybody knows the British brought the sport of cricket to India. What did Indians do before that? There…

Visit The Iconic Statue Of Unity, The Tallest Statue In The World!

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was a leader extraordinaire, skilled orator and Iron Man of India. No wonder the current Indian Government decided to honor him by building the tallest statue in the world, Statue of Unity. India was not a unified…

The Pundarikashan Perumal Temple In Tamil Nadu

It is estimated that the number of Hindu temples in India is more than two million. Out of which the Pundarikashan Perumal temple is believed to be established some 15 lakh years ago. Every temple has its own significance and…

The Laxmi Narayan Temple In Chamba

Chamba is one of the most gifted places in India- gifted with immense natural beauty and rich in arts and crafts. On the periphery of Shivalik hills and at the foothills of the Himalayan ranges, blessed with great weather and…

Amazing Things You Never Knew About Malayali Weddings

There is a reason why Indian weddings are called Big Fat Weddings. The exuberance, the pomp, and the grandeur can’t be matched anywhere else in the world. Home to various cultures, it has an amalgamation of traditions and customs. Unlike…

Visit Chadwick Falls For Breathtaking Panoramic Himalayan Views In Shimla

Breathtaking panoramic Himalayan views in Shimla are such a treat for everyone, but especially for nature lovers like me. The fresh, cool, crisp air fills your lungs and is enough to make you euphoric. There is also this wild pine…

Have You Heard Of This Popular Place Called Craignano In Shimla?

Shimla is enveloped in snow-clad peaks and fluff of clouds among mist and dense pine valleys. Thanks to its lovely weather throughout the year, it is a year-round destination for all. It certainly has a collection of intriguing names given…

Guide To The Beautiful Himalayan Town Of Askot

The Himalayan town of Askot is located on a ridge on the route between Pithoragarh and Dharchula. An erstwhile princely state, Askot has been under the rule of various rulers in the past, including Doti Kings of Nepal, Rajbars, Gorkhas,…

Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary In Sikkim

If you are on the way to visit the Yumthang Valley of Sikkim, don’t forget to hit the Shingba Rhododendron sanctuary. The sanctuary lies in the northern direction of Sikkim, in the Lachen valley, at about 137 km from the…

Kashi Yatra, The Quirky Custom At Tamil Brahmin Weddings!

A wedding is a beautiful amalgamation of two people, their families and their love. Especially Indian weddings, which are so full of color and celebration! Different castes celebrate in a special way such as the Tamil Brahmins who have some…

Visit Blindfold In Bengaluru – To Experience Dining In The Dark

The food scene in India has been evolving with restaurateurs bringing out new concepts to enhance the dining experience. Keeping up with that trend, Blindfold, a pop-up restaurant in Bengaluru promises an entirely amazing way of enjoying a meal. You embark…

The Lawrence School In Lovedale, Tamil Nadu

The Lawrence school is one of the oldest educational institutions that is located in Lovedale near Ootacamund in Tamil Nadu. The school was built in memorial of Sir Henry Montgomery Lawrence. He was the founder of the idea of establishing…

Sealdah Railway Station, One Of India’s Most Busiest And Oldest

Sealdah railway station is not only one of the busiest station which serves the city of joy, Kolkata, but it is also one of the busiest stations in India. Every day the station record a crowd of about 1.8 million. Sealdah…

Kangla Fort – The Center Of Political And Cultural Events In Ancient Manipur

If you are visiting the North East, do not miss out the Capital city of Manipur, Imphal.  And one of the major tourist attractions of this city is the ancient Kangla Fort or Palace.  It is not only a seat…

Dimonds, Wildcats, And More – Welcome To Panna

Panna, a beautiful city located in the north-eastern part of Madhya Pradesh. It was originally a Gond settlement till the 13th century. Panna’s royal tryst began in the mid-17th century when Maharaja Chhatrasal Bundela made it the capital of his…

Namdroling Nyingmapa Monastery – Golden Buddhist Temple

The Namdroling Nyingmapa monastery in Karnataka is home to about 5000 Buddhist monks and nuns, making it one of the largest Nyingma teaching center not only in India but also of the world. This Monastery is located in Mysore’s Bylakuppe.…

Avalabetta, The New Nandi Hills In Bengaluru

Avalabetta, a peaceful place is located about 90 km away from the busy life of Bengaluru. This beautiful place is complemented by lush green paddy fields, coconut trees, and of course a lot of fresh breezes. A long drive from…

Amazing Cave Temples Of India

Temples are works of art, built with great planning and efficiency.  This is true especially for ancient temples built by the Kings and monarchs that took them more than 10 years to construct.  While most temples were raised from the…

The Mundeswari Devi Temple In Bihar

The Mundeswari Devi temple in Bihar is considered to be one of the oldest Hindu temples of the world. It is also a temple where worshipping of deities has been done non-stop, making it one of India ’s oldest temple…

Jorasanko Thakur Bari- The Abode of Kaviguru

It is highly unlikely that whoever is inclined to literature is unaware of the literary works of the first non-European noble laureate in Literature, Rabindra Nath Tagore, also known as Kaviguru. If you are visiting Kolkata, you should not miss…

Thoseghar Waterfall- A Getaway For The Monsoons

Geographically, Maharastra is located in such an area where there is abundant rainfall in the monsoons. The Sahyadri range is in the state of Maharashtra and has a number of waterfalls in this range. It makes it a superb location…

Brindavan Gardens – The Paradisiacal Water Spurts destination in Mysore

Gardens are a solace to sore eyes.  As greenery is receding and making way for skyscrapers and urbanization around the globe, huge gardens set up with planning and ingenuity can bring freshness and clean air to our lives.  Brindavan Gardens…

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