The Akshardham Temple or the Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple is one of the most visited spots in Delhi. An epitome of India’s glorious culture, art and spirituality, it is a journey, that will let you not only connect with yourself, but the the Supreme and the divine…..
Recollections of Indore: Trip to Khajrana Temple
It was a family reunion at Indore and the moment was that of celebration and happiness. My grandmother had also joined us. Though an old lady, she still had the taste of travel, and her age hardly seemed to deter her life. She gave a giggling smile as she came to know we will be…
What Secrets does the Oldest Mulberry Tree of India Hold Within it??
The sturdy mulberry tree still stands a tall, as its branches sway gently with the early morning breeze. The whistling sounds of the leaves as the air brushes across them seems to speak to their visitors, trying to recite the divine stories it holds within.
Small Town Attractions-Sibsagar: Wandering through the legacies of the Ahom Dynasty
A view point alongside the fighting arena constructed for the Gladiator Entertainment (Yes, this existed in India too), the Rang Ghar was the symposium for the Ahom Kings to enjoy the famous Bull Fights. Till today, the bull fights continue to be the major attraction of this town, every year during the ‘Bihu Festival’ in April.
My Journey to Red Fort Agra- Revived and Relived
Another most important landmark of the city after the Taj Mahal, the red fort hides many unknown secrets that are little but visible to the laymen eyes. I have been here twice, once in childhood and once last year in October 2014. The walls still stand a tall yet, it is now fighting its age undergoing repairs at some of the places within the structure.
Road Trip to Badrinath with my Parents
I had always been telling my parents about my experiences of the Badrinath shrine, until one day, they finally asked me that they want to visit here. I told them, its biting cold and the temple is at a considerable height, yet, they were determined. I knew they would, and inside I was happy, as I knew they were about to experience the most mesmerizing event of their lives.
The Talatal Ghar is a palace which was initially built as an army base. It houses two secret tunnels, and three floors below ground level which were used as exit routes during the Ahom wars (and which give the structure its name). After Swargadeo Rudra Singha’s death the Talatal Ghar, which together with the above-ground Kareng Ghar…
TOUR DE’ DELHI: DISCOVER DELHI ON THE METRO
New Delhi is one of the most crowded cities in the world. With more than 14 million people travelling the length and breadth of the city, it often poses a challenge for the travelers to utilize the services provided by the tourism industry. Though hop on and hop off services have made the movement much…
A day by the Taj Mahal
Spent a day travelling around Agra trying to recollect the memories of my childhood. I was 10 when I came to Agra to see the Taj for the first time. That’s how I realized for the first time the difference of seeing something in person and reading about the same thing in the books. What…
Architectural Masterpiece – Konark Temple
The Konark Temple in Orissa, India is one the best ‘Architectural Masterpieces’ I have encountered while traveling across India. Also called the ‘Sun Temple’, this temple was designed in the 13th Century, not only as a salutation to the ‘The Divine Sun God’, which showers its blessings on all living beings alike, but also played…
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