Situated at the heart of the Sibsagar town, is the Shiva Temple ‘Sibsagar Sivadol’ with the pristine Sibsagar lake in its background. The kingdom of the Ahom dynasty, this temple was built in 1734 by Bar Raja Ambika, queen of Ahom king Swargadeo Siba Singha (1714–1744).
Once the Capital of the Imperials and the major port, Kolkata has its imprints deep into the Indian history and culture and often defines the richness and heritage of the country. An unique city which has been able to remarkably preserve the legacy, yet allowed space for the modernity to seep in. Kolkata today is a city that is a concoction of the ancient and the modern culture. Here are some places that will take you on a culture trip…Continue Reading "Kolkata: A Glimpse of the Modern Ancient Culture"
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 smoother, often, the metro option surpasses in expectations when it comes to a hassle free movement within the city. Here’s how you can discover Delhi on metro…Continue Reading "Tour De` Delhi – Discover Delhi on the Metro"
My first impression about Indore was, it is quite old school and there’s nothing much to see here. To my surprise, it turned out as a city that under-promises and over-delivers when it comes to heritage and culture.Continue Reading "Small Town Attractions-Indore"
Festivals play a major role in our lives as it is that one opportunity when we get to break free from our mundane lifestyle and seek some inner peace and harmony. But a trip to attend a festival in an unknown country can change the way we celebrate life altogether. Here are 8 reasons how festival travel can be great motivators.