Rivers have an association with some spiritual significance in many communities globally and inarguably act as a source of tradition and culture. Confluences of sacred rivers are called Sangam and places of confluences are highly revered. India, being a land of rivers, has numerous such places where you can witness the meeting of two rivers to form the third. Hence, these places are also known … Continue reading 7 confluences of India you cannot afford to miss
On July 25th, 2021, Ramappa Temple in Telangana was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list. 2 days later, on July 27th, 2021, Dholavira, an ancient village from the Harappan era in Gujarat received the UNESCO World Heritage Site tag. Dholavira was declared the most remarkable and well-preserved urban settlement in South Asia. There are 40 world heritage sites in India. 32 of them … Continue reading India gets 2 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2 days.
Tourists and travelers from all over the globe come to Hyderabad to explore its rich heritage, lip-smacking cuisines, and of course for diamonds. The city of pearl has a lot to offer for its residents as well. From UNESCO heritage sites, astonishing waterfalls to majestic forests, you get to explore a lot just by driving a few kilometers from the city. Here is a list … Continue reading Road Trips from Hyderabad
Religious tourism has been trending and India, the center of spirituality, attracts a large number of tourists both domestic and international. Paying a visit to any monastery makes you acquainted with the Tibetan culture and the purpose of each monk’s journey. The emphasis on peace and the importance of Dharma Chakra are the fundamental principles that are believed to be the core of Buddhism. Here’s … Continue reading 7 monasteries of India you must visit
You find countless temples spread across in every direction in India. But when it comes to temples of southern India, you realize that these are more than just a place of worship. Two common aspects of South Indian temples are their artwork and their layout. The artwork of each temple showcases the cultural heritage and diversity of that era. Some of the temple complexes are … Continue reading 7 lesser-known temples in South India
Masjid is an Arabic word for mosques that means ‘place of prostration’. The distinctiveness of each mosque can be seen in its architecture, layout, and artwork. These features of the mosques tell us the story of the regional tradition and the time period of its construction. The minarets and domes are the most visible aspect and most common feature of the design. Here is a … Continue reading 7 must-visit mosques of India
The establishment of churches in India had begun in the early 14th century. Now there are more than 5000 churches across the country. Although being sacred and holy landmarks, some of the churches are admired for their architectural design and their years of existence. Here’s a list of some churches that you can pay a visit in your next trip. 1. CHRIST CHURCH, KASAULI With … Continue reading 7 iconic churches to visit in India
Although Kochi is a popular tourist destination and attracts a large number of visitors from around the world, it has a lot to offer for its residents. The backwaters make an ideal spot for viewing the migratory birds while the upper ranges of Western Ghats are home to some of the foamy waterfalls and majestic peaks. You must embark on a road trip to explore … Continue reading Road Trips from Kochi
Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has announced that all the centrally protected monuments will be opened to tourists from 16th June 2021. Strict COVID-19 protocols will be in place for visitors. There are some restrictions that tourists must keep in mind. 1. Entrance without mask is not permitted. 2. Tickets have to be booked online. 3. Sanitization is mandatory 4. 650 visitors will be allowed … Continue reading Taj Mahal all set to welcome tourists after 61 days.
Bangalore is perhaps the biggest cosmopolitan in India right now with people from all over the country working in the city. The city has emerged as the IT hub of the country and without a doubt, it has become one place that houses some of the most hardworking people ever. But as we say, Work hard, travel harder. If you are living in Bangalore, there … Continue reading Road Trips from Bangalore