Category: India

Architecture of Lucknow
Guest Post Heritage/Culture India Travelling

Best Reasons why you should visit Lucknow

A city of kebabs and nawabs, of plan and history, of composing and culture– that is Lucknow fundamentally for you. The capital and the greatest city of Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow, organized on the banks of conduit Gomti, welcomes you with a charming note of “Muskuraiyein, kyunki aap Lucknow mein hai” (Smile, because you are in Lucknow). Known as the ‘City of Nawabs’, Lucknow has an intrigue to it that is hard to face.

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Gujarat Heritage/Culture India Road trip Travelling

Memoir from the Shaken City of Gujarat: Bhuj

As soon as we left the Great White Desert (Rann of Kutch), we were coming back with the wonderful experience of our lives. The majestic super full moon night and spectacular sunrise at white desert made our trip to Kutch district of India a remarkable milestone of our travel memories. While coming back to Ahmedabad we need to cross Bhuj, yet another historic place of the Kutch district. More than a million buildings were destroyed and damaged, including many historic buildings and tourist attractions. We were keen to visit some historic places in Bhuj for a close insight of after more than 15 years of the quake.

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Family Travel Heritage/Culture India Rajasthan Road trip Travelling

Jaisalmer-First Trip to the Land of Kings

The Golden City of Rajasthan: Jaisalmer Let me introduce you to the ‘Land of Kings-Rajasthan’. This state is well famous for beautiful palaces, lakes, ancient arts, culture, and remnants of forts and palaces. The state is located in a north-western region of India. Personally, this state is my dream state to explore ever since my […]

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Festivals Gujarat India Travelling

International Kite Festival: Uttarayan | Gujarat

Ever since our childhood days, we are big fans of kite flying on the auspicious day of Makar Sankranti or Uttarayan which usually celebrated every year on 13-14th of January. Yesterday we remembered the days of flying kites high up in the sky. This day is always celebrated with full swing. Kids like us in those days eagerly waited for the day and woke up early in the morning which they used to avoid in normal days.

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