Located on the banks of Kham river, the heritage city of Aurangabad is one of the most sought after travel destinations in India. The city, named after the Mughal Emperor, Aurangzeb is a home to the famous Ajanta & Ellora Caves, which have acquired UNESCO World heritage status. Aurangabad also famed by the sobriquet, “The […]
Madurai- The Cultural Capital of Tamil Nadu
Madurai may have ceased to be the capital city once it was, but still retains the title –“Cultural Capital of Tamilnadu”. One of the oldest inhabited cities in India, any mention about Tamil culture- whether literature, lifestyle, food, heritage or history cannot be complete without mentioning Madurai. Digging deep down the lanes of history, origins […]
Lucknow- The Nawabi Nagri
No, Lucknow is not a city. It is a melting point of various elements forming a culture, be it food, be it poetry, and be it handicraft-sculpture-architecture, in all a mirror of what India is. The former capital of Awadh region and now the capital of the largest state of India, Lucknow has charmed visitors […]
Coimbatore – Manchester Of South India
There is a lot more than textiles to experience at Coimbatore, Tamilnadu’s second largest city, a huge cotton production centre & textile hub. The city is aptly known by the sobriquet as Manchester of South India. Fun Fact – Coimbatore supplies about two thirds of India’s requirement of motors and pumps. Historically, Coimbatore was the […]
VISITING TAMIL NADU? ADD VELLORE AT THE TOP OF YOUR LIST
Vellore is located on the banks of Palar River, in the north-eastern part of Tamilnadu, in close vicinity to the Metro city of Chennai. Vellore has an engaging history and culture owing to the rule of Cholas, Pallavas,and then the medieval Cholan dynasty & Vijayanagar Empire. Flanked by Chennai, about 150 km far, Vellore boasts […]
Industrial City of South India- Coimbatore
There is a lot more than textiles to experience at Coimbatore, Tamilnadu’s second largest city, a huge cotton production centre & textile hub. The city is aptly known by the sobriquet as Manchester of South India. Another feather in the crest of Coimbatore- the city supplies about two thirds of India’s requirement of motors and […]
Museums in Mumbai!
Mumbai is fondly called as “mayavi nagri or Sapno ki nagri”. Without any doubt it’s a thumb up for these two names. Mumbai has been a place of curious place since ages that easily lures people into this captivating spirit. The glamorous bollywood, bustling commercial hubs, provocative crowd, pleasing sea and the aged yet stylish […]
Museums in Pune
National War Museum: The museum was developed in 1997 by an organization by the citizens of Pune called Express citizen forum. The museum pays tribute to the Indian soldiers who laid their lives in various conflicts. It is situated in Pune cantonment area ans has a height of 25 feet. You can see the MIG […]
Museums in Udaipur!
The city of lakes, as it is called for its beautiful lakes; the place is also a living Rajput-era and one of the most popular tourist destinations of India. Named as the best city in the world for traveler by Travel+Leisure magazine (2009) this ‘Venice of east” has such an aura that you are sure […]
Museums in Jaipur!
The city of Jaipur is called the pink city for its lively buildings. The city that is so energetic and rich in this history has its charm in the heritage and the current crowd. The palatial feel of the city is counter coloured by the modern touch. The crowded streets, the giant old architecture and […]