The first impression that I formed about the city was when I arrived here at 4:30 AM to find it is as crowded and busy as any other metro city!

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Sari Sari, sometimes spelled ‘saree’ is the traditional attire worn by women across India. A single piece of fabric varying from 4.5 meters to 8 meters often has heavier sections

Ruskin Bond – The Indian William Wordsworth

“A great book is a friend that never lets you down. You can return to it again and again and the joy first derived from it will still be there”

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Jaipur

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Dangs Darbar: The Festival of Culture, Costumes and Dance

Dang Darbar is normally held in March-April every year just a few days before Holi, the festival of colours. The fair is held every year in the Ahwa district of

Meet our team at ITB who have a lot of interesting news to share about India

WHY WE ARE AT ITB It is the World’s Leading Trade Show and a great platform to meet our partners and exhibit our new and unique travel experiences. We continue

Beyond the Tigers… Beyond the Wildlife

Beyond the Tigers This point is extremely important to broach with your clients while selling a wildlife tour of Central India. Tiger sighting in the wild in Central India is

9 Beautiful Indian jewellery Art forms that will leave you spellbound

Indian jewellery is as old as Indian civilisation itself. The beauty of Indian jewellery lies in the uniqueness of its design and the efforts of the workmanship involved in creating

Painted Houses of Hazaribagh –  Lesser known jewel of India

The Hazaribagh district in northern Jharkhand is home to the Khovar (marriage art) and Sohrai (harvest art) mural painting traditions done exclusively by tribal women artists tracing its origin to