Sunday, July 31, 2016

10 Places In India That Are Best For A Tranquil Vacation

It happens many times when people get tired of their hectic life and they just want to find refuge somewhere so that they can rediscover themselves in a tranquil environment. Certain situations urge them to get isolated from the world, take a pause from their work and spend some good time with their closed ones. Sometimes it becomes tough to discover a place idle where one can spend a quality time full of peace and solitude. There are some destinations which often remain untouchable in a peak season too. Here is a list of some attractive destinations that are not touristy.

1. Ki Monastery

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The monasteries are known for their tranquil ambience. India resided many monasteries and one of them is Key (Ki) Monastery. The monastery is set on top of a hill at an altitude of 4000 meters in the Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh. Its architecture is same as fortress has. The view from the monastery is just so mesmerising by combining the views of spiti river and majestic himalayan ranges. Located away from the hustle-bustle of the city, the place is ideal for a peaceful vacation or to just get a true feel of nature. The best time to visit this place is May - October.

2. Auroville

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Located near the "French Capital of India" that is Puducherry, Auroville is renowned for its spiritual & peaceful experience. The place has earned an epithet of "City of Dawn". People come here from every corner of the world to meditate and to remove negativity from their inside. Other places to visit includes Matri Mandir, Aurobindo Ashram and Paradise Beach. The best time to visit Auroville is October - February.

3. Lansdowne

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Uttarakhand has some tourist places which remain populated throughout the year from its visitors but there are also some places which remain isolated from the crowd. Lansdowne is a small and quiet town prominent for its healthy climate and unspoilt environment situated in the state of Uttarakhand. This undiscovered and less crowded hill station houses some of the british era buildings, temples, churches, lakes and green oak and blue pine forest. The place acts as an ideal weekend destination for delhiites as it is located 250 kms from the national capital.

4. Pangong Tso

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If you are in Ladakh then discovering a serene place is not a big deal. There are several points and places in Ladakh which are known for their calmness and one such place is Pangong Tso Lake. It is a high altitude lake situated at an altitude of 4,350 meters that gives the perfect reflection of blue sky and spectacular mountains. One can spend a quality time by not getting interfered by the crowd and enjoy breathtaking views.

5. Silent Valley National Park

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This place doesn't require any introduction as it's name describes it all. Silent Valley national park is one of the largest national parks in South India located in the Nilgiri Hills or Blue Mountains. The greenery of national park literally rectifies the unwanted noises and helps you to focus on melodies produced by nature. The park is home to 16 bird species including nilgiri blue robin, black and rufous flycatcher, etc and 34 species of mammals including lion-tailed macaque, tiger, leopard, etc. One can also do trekking and camping there but permissions are required.

6. Dzukou Valley

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If you are a thrill seeker and want to do an adventure trip in a silent way then there is a place that will completely suit you viz, Dzukou valley. The valley is situated in the north-eastern state of Nagaland. The valley consists of vast lush green meadows, tiny hills and various trekking routes. It is a perfect combination of adventure + nature. One can discover rare herbs and flowers at the valley. Best time to visit valley is June-September.

7. Agatti Island

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Agatti is a small island, located in the union territory of Lakshdweep and it's the only island which is accessible through air. The island houses one of the best beaches in the world. One can enjoy by performing several activities there such as swimming, scuba diving, kayaking and snorkelling. Tourists can also enjoy and explore the place by riding bicycle on a road that runs along the island. Visitors are required to obtain entry permit from the Lakshadweep Administration to enter the island.

8. Gokarna, Karnataka

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Gokarna is a little town situated on the western coast in the state of Karnataka. The place is mainly known for its Lord Shiva temple but apart from this it offers one more thing to its visitors, viz, its pristine and refreshing beach. Usually, tourists visit here to see the temple but the good thing is that its beach remain untouched by them. So one can spend an ideal holiday brimming with sunshine and sparkling sands in this sober place called Gokarna.

9. Coorg

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Hill stations always stand top of the list when it comes to travel to most exciting places. Coorg is one of the favourite destinations for nature lovers in India. There are various things which urge tourists to get into Coorg such as green landscapes, never ending mountain ranges, scenic views, wooded slopes and much more. If one visit Coorg then he/she can enjoy a number of things offered by this place such as trekking trails, dense forests, wildlife and many other examples of natural beauty.

10. Valley of Flowers

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Valley of Flowers is an 8 km long carpet of exotic flowers situated in between the west Himalayas in the state of Uttarakhand. The valley is popular for its various species of flora and fauna and it is also one of the UNSECO World Heritage Sites in India. There is a beautiful trekking trail which leads to valley of flowers. Besides this one can also visit nearby destinations such as Nanda Devi National Park, Hemkund Sahib (Highest Gurudwara in the World) and Badrinath.

Happy Travelling !

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

A Trip To Vagamon, Kerala

The worst thing about corporate life is that you don't get holidays and by mistake if you get then those holidays are not sufficient to plan any trip. After a long wait, we planned this trip and successfully executed it. Although, it was a weekend trip but we enjoyed it and had a great experience. Also got a great motivation to travel, so that next time we would not be afraid of getting fired for travelling a lot. We went to Vagamon and did a 2-day-3-night trip.

Vagamon is a tiny hill station located on the western ghats in Idukki district of Kerala. The hill station is set on the valleys at an altitude of 1,100 meters above sea level. The place is prominent for its favorable and cool climate and beautiful green meadows and it also comes in the list of "50 most attractive places to visit in India" listed by National Geographic Traveler. The best thing about this place is that it remains isolated from the tourists. If one wants to spend a quality time on an attractive destination by getting a natures touch then Vagamon is a go for you. And what to say about its climate, according to my experience one can literally touch, stay, eat clouds meaning you will be in the clouds almost all the time. 


Day 1

Our trip started from Chennai, all assembled and left from Karapakkam bus stop via fastrack booked cab at 8.00 pm and reached Perangluthur bus stand at around 9.30 pm. We had our dinner there at Aakash Hotel, then boarded the reserved sleeper bus from there itself and left for Theni at around 10.00 pm.

Day 2

We reached Theni at 6.30 am and arrived at hotel Shree Deiva. Our rooms were already booked there, so we quickly checked in, took some rest, bathed, and got ready by 10.30 am. After having breakfast, we departed for Vagamon by a hired mini bus at 12.00 pm. Reached Vagamon at 2.00 pm amidst doing some photography, sight seeing etc. Before reaching our farm house we got down to wander in some huge pine forest there. We played games and did a small trekking there followed by some photo shoots in the woods. Green Meadows, our booked farm house, in between the green valleys from where you could only see the lush green mountains and clouds and nothing else. We had our lunch made by the authentic Kerala chefs. After finishing our lunch we got ready for trekking at 3.30 pm.

During trekking, we targeted every hill we could see from our farm house and mounted it. We played a game called 'point & mount' in which we had to close our eyes and take rounds by pointing our finger and on which hill our finger stopped, we had to climb that hill. Apart from all this, we did various other activities, explored the tea gardens and royal tea estates, went to the wild grass despite of having risk of getting caught by leeches. Also tasted some wild guavas plunging on the trees.

After 2 hours of roaming on the hills everyone got tired, so we thought of getting back to our farm house. While we were coming back, we saw that there were clusters of clouds waiting for us to add real fun in our trip. We were on the top of a hill and we saw clouds approaching us and in few minutes the clouds entrapped us and we were all in the clouds with mist all around. The experience was just so mesmerizing that one cannot express in words. We had a lot of fun in the clouds, played there, did so many photo shoots, selfies in the mist and then got back to our farm house around 6.30 pm. After getting back, there were our evening snacks waiting for us. We were already famished till then. After having snacks, we got in to our rooms for some rest. It was so cold till then that there was no need to switch on the fans rather we were all enclosed in the cozy blankets kept there. At around 9.00 pm , the great Kerala chefs called us for dinner. Later we played sequence (a game of cards) in the balcony of our farm house. It was so fun to play in that drizzling atmosphere having goose bumps out of chilling temperature and surrounded by the beautiful green meadows. We played till 2 hrs and then got back to sleep.

Day 3

Woke up by the knock on the door, saying "wake up and get ready, we are going to thekkady". We got up somehow by 7:00 am and got ready in an hour. Had the breakfast there and got all set by 10.00 am as we had to check out before 10.00 from green meadows. We hired the same mini bus that we took from theni but the plan got changed in between as someone told that there is nothing to see in thekkady, so we stopped at some adventurous place where it was written that kayaking, paragliding and other adventure sports are done here. The adrenaline rushed through everyone's body and we got in there but alas, due to cloudy weather there they stopped those activities for that day. After hearing this, we got turned down but we did not leave because the view there was so captivating that no one can control himself to fall in love with it. So we decided to spend out time there.

After some time, it started raining, we got in to our bus, danced there in the middle of the road like crazy and departed for a waterfall to have bath in an adventurous way. We bathed there, got so many bruises, but in the end everyone got out of their water phobia. The water there was so chilled and deep that we were literally shivering and floating in the water holding the rocks as there was no base in beneath the water where we could placed our foot. We came back from there around 3.00 pm and decided to have lunch in a restaurant. After having lunch, did some shopping, bought some home made chocolates and reached back to theni around 7.00 pm at the same hotel. We boarded the bus from there for chennai at 8:30 pm after having dinner in the hotel.

Day 4

Reached Chennai at 5:00 am, boarded cabs there to reach our respective flats.

Saturday, June 18, 2016

India's First Semi Luxury Wildlife Tourism Train: Tiger Express

If you are crazy about wildlife then here is a good news for you. Recently, IRCTC launched a new semi luxury tourist train, Tiger Express. It is India's first Wildlife tourism train which is also having a dining car. The main motive behind the launching of this train is to boost wildlife tourism and to spread awareness regarding conservation of tigers in India.

This train will take you to explore the true wildlife in the heart of India, viz Madhya Pradesh. According to the itinerary, the train will start from Safdarjung Railway Station and continue its tour by exploring Bandhavgarh National Park, Kanha National Park, Dhuadar Waterfalls and get back to Delhi.

The train provides two classes of travel, viz AC First Class and AC Two-tier Sleeper Class. The facilities of this train will be as same as of other trains. The unique facilities for which this train comes in the list of semi luxury train are that it has a dining car and shower cubicles. The package of this train starts from ₹ 38,500 that includes a five night-six day tour of the above mentioned places. All packages include accommodation in AC rooms, sightseeing, food, inter city travel and travel insurance.


Day 1: Depart from Safdarjung Railway Station.
Day 2: Arrive at Katni. Leave for Bandhavgarh National Park for sightseeing and safari.
Day 3: Kanha. Head out for an afternoon safari and then nightstay at the place.
Day 4: After breakfast, leave for a morning safari.
Day 5: Move to Jabalpur to see the Dhuadar Waterfalls. After high tea, board the Tiger Express to return.
Day 6: Arrival at Safdarjung railway station at 3.50 pm.


AC First Class:

Single occupancy:  49,500 per person
Double Occupancy:  45,500 per person
Triple Occupancy:  44,900 per person
Child with bed (5-11 years):  39,500

AC Two-tier:

Single Occupancy:  43,500 per person
Double Occupancy:  39,000 per person
Triple Occupancy:  38,500 per person
Child with bed (5-11 years):  33,500


  1. Above rates are valid for Indian Citizens only.
  2. Additional Surcharge of  4,000/- Per Person will be charged extra from Foreigners for the Safari Booking at Bandhagarh and Kanha.
  3. It is mandatory to mention the number of ID Proof at the time of booking and ensure to carry the same ID proof on while travelling on the trip.

For bookings call the IRCTC toll free number: 1800110139 or call Akhilesh Gupta on +919717648718 or Harendra Singh on +919717645648. 

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Friday, May 27, 2016

Rajasthani Heritage And Comfort In Jaipur Hotels In India

A trip is made by three things, i.e., travel, food & stay, in which travel demands taxi and other conveniences, food demands good restaurants and for stay, decent hotels are must. When we talk about decent hotel, it means the hotel should be of fine quality at a reasonable cost. India has one of the finest and longest chains of ultra-luxurious hotels. Some remarkable standards are Oberoi, ITC, and Taj - IHCL etc. and these are some of the best hotels in Jaipur. Luxury is defined inside the hotels having both heritage and comfort. Almost all standard hotels offer comfort, but only some are known for their heritage. Heritage in India comes with a name and that is "RAJASTHAN". Rajasthan has a lengthy list of hotels that are prominent for their heritage experience and superb comfort which are located in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Ranthambore etc.

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Talking about the Capital city of Rajasthan i.e., JAIPUR, The Pink City which epitomizes the hotels of high standards in Indian hospitality, which are rich in heritage and culture to reflect the Indian architecture and Interior designing. The beauty discovered by the visitors helps them to fulfill their desire to have an unforgettable experience with their loved ones. Check out 10 hotels in Jaipur that offer heritage, comfort and suitable budget hand in hand for some great options. We are here revealing some points that are most importantly considered while booking a hotel room in Jaipur.


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Jaipur city defines the word comfort in a completely different manner. For them, the comfort is not just limited to your room comfort but they extend it to "the way you are being served and treated, i.e., Mehmaan-Nawaazi". The comfort includes your stay in the room, accessibility to nearby places, your travel convenience in the city and specially your food. Jaipur city hotels are the best in India to exemplify the comfort in food, i.e., the way you are served at the table. You are made to sit on a chowki and the food is served to you with blend of love, respect, kindness and happiness in a buffet and this is what we call "The Maharaja Treatment". The comfort in your room is not just about the bed or air-conditioning you get, but it is also about the view from your room window and the room service you avail. You get a feeling of respect when you stay in. The view from your room should be clear and breathe taking in case you just want to spend some good time calming your eyes through the window, this helps to revitalize your body and your mind.


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Jaipur has been a city of Maharajas (Kings) and Qilas (Forts) that showcase the beauty of architecture of Indian History and also symbolize the rich culture which describes the ancient stories of Living and Wars of previous time. The responsible citizens of the city have kept this heritage alive in the rooms of most of the street sided and luxurious hotels in Jaipur by preserving and maintaining the art inside and outside the hotels in the city. Visiting any hotel in Jaipur is like entering a room which inculcates the Indian art and colors with the painting and designs of walls telling some untold stories that may strike your mind or heart in one or another way and motivate your soul to explore the city more and more. Here comes the part you extend your trip in this city and experience the heritage and rajasthani culture during your stay in Hotels in Jaipur. With addition to your comfort, the heritage of the city and places pings your soul to rediscover yourselves, live your passion, develop affinity, experience togetherness to celebrate life and re-discover the lust of getting lost in Raja-Maharaja time. This is all in an environment of grandeur and splendor in Jaipuri Hotels. From Jaipuri dance to the style with which people greet you by joining their both hands together and saying "Khammaa-Ghadi", each and everything attracts you to its charming heritage and the king style treatment that you get at places like chokhi dhaani with delectable cuisine and folk dance, which fills your mind with real excitement and happiness.


The city houses all types of hotels, from cheap to average and from standard to luxurious Hotels. That totally depends on your budget and the experience that you want to take back from here. You can find several hotel packages in Jaipur depending up on your budget and purpose of your tour. Mostly, tour are for a purpose, some with a purpose of relaxing vacation, some with a commercial purpose or some with a purpose of exploring the city and its robust culture. So choose accordingly, but one thing assured to you and that is: each and every hotel shall give you a delightful glimpse of Indian rajasthani culture. 

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Tips for Road Tripping In India

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Very few things can compare with the excitement and glamour of a road trip in India. Road trip is the best thing which can be executed while travelling. And in India, it could be done in a quiet thrilling and adventurous way. Undoubtedly, successful road trips need advance and careful planning that includes proper research so that one can decide about what to carry on such a trip. There are certain things that could create a problem while heading on a road trip. Here are some important travel tips for a road trip by which one can execute the same without any difficulty and inconvenience. 

Check out these: 5 Essential Travel Tips For An Amazing Road Trip by Vir Sanghvi

Plan according to your mood

India is known for its natural beauty and this beauty is spread on places and scenic routes. Road tripping in India is totally unique and unforgettable. Choose your route according to your mood. Here are some stunning routes in India where you can hit the road.

  1. Mumbai to Goa
  2. Chennai to Mysore and Bengaluru via Bandipur Sanctuary.
  3. Delhi to Agra (via Yamuna Expressway) and then to Lucknow.
  4. Delhi to Mumbai
  5. Delhi to Ladakh via Khardung La Pass 

Clean, check and service the car before you leave

This is one of the most important thing and many people forget this while planning a road trip. You can take care of yourself easily, but taking care of car is sometimes difficult for many people. And people forget this because of their laziness. So, get your car serviced before you hit the road. After service, check all the components of the car whether it is working or not such as wiper blades, indicators, locks, head lights, horn, tire pressure, alignment, all fluid levels, batteries, etc. The most important thing is Tyre puncture, if you know how to fix it then it is good otherwise it would be better that you practice the fixing of Tyre puncture at your home.

Ensure about the car documents

Get all the documents ready and take at least 4 photocopies of every document. Documents such as Registration certificate, Insurance, Pollution certificate, License (make sure that the license is valid not expired).

Take breaks in the journey

Don't forget to take breaks in the journey. Driving continuously will make you stressful. It is recommended to take a break after every 200 km or 2 hours. It will keep you fresh and full of energy. Especially while night driving, it is important to keep your eyes calm. So take breaks whenever you feel your eyes are paining.

Have a loose plan

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If you want to enjoy your road trip then plan flexible not rigid. Because you never know that what you meet after your next turn. Get off the highways, do off-roading, explore local places and meet their people. Explore the local restaurants and try local cuisines. If you reach at any scenic point then stop the car and spend some time there, take some photographs. It is advised not to drive the car at the time of sunset. Wherever you are(not on busy route), push the brakes, get off the car and enjoy the sunset. 

Make a checklist

This one is most important. Here is a complete checklist of some essentials that you should have in your car.


If you are off-roading or travelling in the countryside, there is a least probability that you would find an ATM. So it is advised to carry enough cash on the road trip. Make sure about some loose change, it will cut your time during payments especially at toll plaza, parking, etc.

Car Essentials:

Don’t forget to carry a spare battery and tyre, set of jumper cables, puncture repair kit, tool kit, radiator coolant, duplicate keys and engine oil, etc. Make sure about the fog lights in your car, if you are planning in winter.

Map of destination:

There are many places in India that your digital maps and GPS may not work or they may show you the wrong way because sometimes they got confused due to dense road network of India. So it would be better you carry a hard copy of a map of that particular place. Carrying a map will also make you feel adventurous like you are on any mission. 

Food and water:

Don't forget to bring sufficient food in case you won't find any restaurant. Carry packed food that gives you energy such as Dry fruits, chocolates, fruits, juices, snacks, etc. Water bottles are also must in case of dehydration. 


First aid kit, blankets, flashlight, universal cell phone charger, power bank, pepper spray(for women), camera, collection of music(playlist), camping equipment, GPS, tissue paper, toiletries, etc.

And last but not the least

Take the best company

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Solo road trip can be tiring and not advisable. Take your best mates on the road trip. A good company is must to maximize the fun. And make sure that at least one of your friends know driving perfectly because on the road trip you never know when you will need a break. 

Saturday, May 21, 2016

Catch Up On Growth Indiblogger Meet Experience

On May 15, 2016, I went to The Lalit Hotel at Connaught Place in New Delhi to attend the Indiblogger meet. Although it was my second indimeet, but still I was too excited for this meet. The first one that I attended was also fantastic, but I couldn't interact with the bloggers because that one was the biggest indimeet. As we know, more people result less interaction and vice versa, that's why I was more excited for this meet. The meet was all about interaction between bloggers and the product launching of Horlicks. The theme of this meet was #CatchUpOnGrowth. I attended this meet with my friend who is a tech blogger, Arvind Kumar.

I reached The Lalit at around 12:30 PM and yes, this time I wasn't late. As already mentioned in the schedule, the meeting started with the lunch. After the lunch, we joined the session. The meeting started with the introduction and interaction of newbie bloggers. After all this, a talk on growth of kids started and there were some prestigious doctors and physicians who joined this healthy talk. The discussion panel included Natasha Badhwar, Dr. Rajiv Chhabra, Ms. Satinder Kaur Walia and Dr. Jyoti Batra. They discussed about various problems like Malnutrition and issues which some kids have in their growing age.

Some key points that I learnt from the discussion

  • Milk contains 97% water in it. It means depending on only milk would not enhance your health.
  • We should take 40 minutes sunlight in the early morning to get vitamin D. 
  • Start your day with health food and then have junk. (very useful for me).

Later, Amaan Khan, the Marketing Lead for Horlicks for the Indian Sub-Continent at GSK Consumer Healthcare talked about the new Horlicks product. He launched the product named Horlicks Growth +. The product is a verified solution for the kids of age between 3 to 9 years who lag behind in height and weight. It is clinically proven and one can see the visible growth in 6 months if taken in a right amount. Horlicks Growth + is available in two flavours, i.e., Chocolate and Vanila.

After the launching of the product, Dr. Aditya Kaushik, head of Medical Affairs for Indian Subcontinent at GSK Consumer Healthcare handled the mic and talked about the technical specifications of the product.

After having a coffee break, we played a game in which 8 teams were formed, each of 10 bloggers. Every team had to make a 30 seconds ad video for the product by using some objects. Our team name was Growth Hackers. The video making activity was fun. And in the end, we had a group photo.

And here is our video:

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Travel India - According To Your Mood

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India is one of the most visited countries in the world due to its diversity in destinations. It offers almost every kind of place to its explorers, so that they can travel according to their mood. So here we are revealing some destinations where you can visit, if your mood matches the place.

Want to travel India? Here are 10 amazing holiday packages

Yoga retreat and adventure - Rishikesh

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​Rishikesh is like the healing capital of India. The place is a blend of adventure and spirituality. It is one of the best places to meditate. People come here from all over the world to learn and practice Yoga and Meditation in search of internal peace. It's the same place where the great design perfectionist and former CEO of Apple Inc., Steve Jobs visited and learned about meditation to get real ideas in life for creativity and innovation. Rishikesh also has the best temples in the world to visit and learn from. You may notice a mixture of yoga, healthy food, adventure, temples and spirituality in this city, that is situated on the bank of river Ganges. Rishikesh is the only place where you may find the national aquatic animal of India ,i.e. Ganges Dolphins. It's the place where you can enjoy adventurous river rafting of about 14 - 28 kms and cliff jumping is one adventure that shall never be forgotten once you experience it.

Wildlife as well as heritage - Madhya Pradesh

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Madhya Pradesh, the word "Madhya" means "central" and depicts that Madhya Pradesh is the heart of India. It's the wildlife capital of India and holds a great history related to all the monuments in the state. The great Sanchi Stupa reside in this state and it's also recognized as one of the 32 World Heritage Sites in India by UNESCO. The gates at Stupa which shows the Buddhist art and architecture, give a heavenly feel and are also the oldest stone structure that India holds. Also, this state houses the maximum forest area of the country, so wildlife and adventure are always over-exciting in this central state. Madhya Pradesh has a long list of national parks, wildlife sanctuaries and tiger reserves. Some famous  national parks are Bandhavgarh National Park, Kanha National Park, Satpura National Park and etc. And the state reserves highest tiger population in the country. One can enjoy camping, wild adventure, history, art and architecture in this "Hindustaani Dil" (the Heart of India), the state proudly presents the Incredibility of India to the World.

Recharge your adrenaline - Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand

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​India also offers such places that are perfect for adventure lovers and thrill seekers, such places are Himachal pradesh and Uttarakhand. These two states are prominent for their adventure activities like: Trekking, Rafting, Para-Gliding, Skiing, Zorbing, and etc. For trekking, there are various routes available from easy to moderate and to strenuous, where one can enjoy the trail and make an unforgettable experience. Such routes are: Har Ki Dun, Roopkund Lake and Dyara Bugyal in Uttarakhand, also Hampta Pass, Indrahar Pass and Sar Pass in Himachal Pradesh. For skiing, Auli is considered as the best place viz situated in north of Uttarakhand at an elevation of 4000 meters above the sea level. One can also challenge its adrenaline by enjoying white water river rafting in the holy river, Ganges or Beas.

Heritage and History- Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Delhi

The cultural heritage of a country is a striking note of its illustrious past. It is like a valuable patrimony that should be protected and preserved for future generations. Indian culture, heritage and its natural beauty are the only wealth of tourism of India. There might be various architectural masterpieces, but only a few could justify the title "Incredible India". India resides a total of 32 such sites that have been defined as the world heritage sites by UNESCO. Some of the remarkable sites are Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Jantar Mantar, Hill forts of Rajasthan, Qutub Minar, Humayun's Tomb, and etc.

Unique Place, Unique Culture and Unique People - North East India

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North East India covers around eight small but beautiful states. Such states are Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Manipur. Except Sikkim, the rest seven are also known as the seven sister states of India. The whole North East India is known for its vegetation, food, flora and fauna as it lies under the eastern Himalayan ecosystem. Apart from this, being home to several unique tribes it is also rich in its culture, traditions and festivals. North East Indians are very different and extraordinary. They have their own kind of attire, rituals, customs and languages. They present a stimulating image of their land and lifestyle. Some of the destinations are Khasi Hills, Ziro Valley, Kohima, Dzouku Valley, Yumthang Valley, and etc.