Monthly Archives: August 2011

Think you’re brave enough for Bhangarh??

  Think Rajasthan and the first thing that comes to one’s mind are its breathtaking palaces, forts, havelis, landscaped gardens and lakes… luring tourists with its breathtaking beauty… but Rajasthan is also home to other strange destinations and one such destination will have you asking yourself… Are you BRAVE enough for Bhangarh? Known to attract tourists for different reason…Bhangarh is […Read More]

Part II of our Haryana series : Great tourists destinations or adventure sports,try Haryana

While Haryana makes a great destination for any pilgrim / devotee with its interesting religious sites such as Kurukshetra, Jyotisar, Thanesar Pehowa and Panchkhula that are entwined with myth and mythology, there’s a lot more for other tourists apart from its religious sites! A great place to catch up on some fun and adventure as well, Haryana is known for […Read More]

Part 1 of our Haryana series : Haryana & its pilgrim destinations!

Founded in 1966, when the State of Punjab was divided into two, Haryana which translates to the ‘Home of Hari’ (Goddess Vishnu) is one with a rich history that takes you back in time to the Vedic ages! An interesting State to visit for its pilgrim sites, Haryana is well known for its temples, gurudwaras, mosques, and religious shrines. From finding its mention in […Read More]

Exploring divine destinations at ‘Dev Bhumi’ (Himachal Pradesh)

One of India’s most scenic states… a yatra here and one can easily understand why Himachal Pradesh is often referred to as ‘Dev Bhumi’ or ‘Abode of Gods’… Home to over two thousand temples, numerous monasteries, gurdwaras and pilgrimage centres, not only are some of the temples found here known for their magnificent architecture, but also known for the interesting legends […Read More]

Udaipur : A dream destination

Popular American writer Mark Twain once said of India “Nothing has been left undone, either by man or by nature, to make India the most extraordinary country that the sun visits on his round”. A land of breathtaking beauty… India is home to some wonderful destinations known to attract tourists not just from within the country but also overseas. One such […Read More]

Understanding the beautiful meaning of Raksha Bandhan celebrated here

A simple string…meant to strengthen a bond… that means so much in today’s busy world when so many relationships literally ‘hang by a thread!’ Celebrated across India, irrespective of religion, caste or creed, Raksha Bandhan is one of India’s most popular festivals, celebrating the love between brothers and sisters. Celebrated on the full moon day of Shraavan (As per the […Read More]

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