Vidisha- An Offbeat Excursion
- Author: Atul Malhotra
Vidisha or Besnagar or old name Bhelsa is a city in Madhya Pradesh. The
small village has rich ancient heritage, was an important trade center in
the sixth and fifth century B.C. There are many ancient relics embellished
the place. Atul Malhotra described Vidisha and its ancient heritage
attractions in his well written article.
- Author: Vikas Jha
Vikas worte an article about the famous and ancient turbans, which is a
heritage of India. He described all the aspects of turban, significance in
different parts of India, important aspects of turban, different style and
traditions of turbans in Rajasthan and Punjab.
Tourism In Madhya Pradesh New
Author: Rahul Srinivas
Rahul Srinivas wrote an article on Madhya Pradesh tourism and development.
He mainly emphasised on state eco and adventure tourism potential. His
article described various adventure spots plus popular tourist activities.
Madhubani - A
Popular Rural Art Form New
Author: Sagar Chakraborty
Madhubani paintings are age old traditional art form of women living in the
villages near Madhubani town in Bihar. Sagar Chakraborty, a writer visited
this villages and wrote an extensive article on the culture, tradition,
method of painting and the heritage of this ancient rich art of Bihar.
Sambhar Lake - An
Abode Of Winged Visitor New
Author: Abhishek Choudhuri
Sambhar Lake is the largest saltwater lake in India and a place for
thousands of winged visitors from as far away as Siberia migrate to Sambhar
Lake. Abhishek Choudhuri in his short trip to Sambhar, described the natural
beauty of the lake as well as the environment. He wrote about the various
birds and their habitat.
Himachal Pradesh New
Author: Vinay Tandon
Himachal Pradesh boasts of India's some of the best hill resorts but it
also home to number of Himalayan elusive wild animals and diverse flora.
Vinay Tandon, a naturalist wrote an article about the wildlife of Himachal
Pradesh. He described the best known wildlife sanctuaries and national parks
Orchha - The Bundelkhand
Heritage City New
Author: Abhishek Choudhury
Orchha today is a sleepy little hamlet but it was once the capital city of
the mighty Bundelkhand Empire. From time immemorial, Bundelkhand has been an
important destination for all sorts of tourists and travellers. Abhishek
Choudhury wrote an article on Orchha where he stressed on the remarkable
history of Bundelkhand Rajputs, their forts and architecture of the palaces
Yelagiri A Hill
Resort In Tamil Nadu New
Author: Gaurav Malhotra
Tamil Nadu in India is blessed with some beautiful hill resorts. Yelagiri
is one of them, just 3 to 4 hours drive from Chennai or Bangalore, perched
at a height of 920m above sea level. Surrounded by green valleys, orchards,
rose gardens, the valley is one of the serene destinations in Tamil Nadu.
Gaurav Malhotra wrote an article on Yelagiri where described all the natural
beauty, necessary information and famous places in Yelagiri.
Vizag - Joy Of The
Viskhapatnam also known as Vizag boasts of many luring beaches. Andhra
Pradesh afford to have 1000km of coastline with major districts have direct
access to the sea. Sumitra mentioned about the five more prominent beaches
and its favourable conditions for tourist activities.
River Rafting In
Rafting or whitewater rafting is a challenging recreational activity
utilizing a raft to navigate a river or other bodies of water. This is
usually done on whitewater or different degrees of rough water. Rituraj
Described in his article about his rafting experience in Rishikesh, he also
wrote about Rishikesh, other activities and the thrill while rafting.
Indian Healer New
Author: Mrinalini Mukherjee
Turmeric is a household spice in Indian kitchen. Mainly it is used in
recipe for flavour and color. In non Indian recipe it is used as a coloring
agent and in India it is significant ingredient in most commercial curry
powders. Mrinalini Mukherjee wrote an extensive reaserched article on
turmeric in which she described various healing as well as cosmetic
properties of turmeric.
Existence In India
- Author: Atul Sharma
The Bahá'í Faith is a religion that was founded by Bahá'u'lláh
in Persia in the nineteenth century. There are an estimated five to six
million Bahá'ís around the world in more than 200 countries
and territories. Atul Sharma wrote an article about Bahai faith describing
the religious significance,how Bahai faith help to eliminate sadness from
Holiday In India
- Author - Mrinal Pandey
India promises a romantic haven, comprise of numerous idealic holiday
destinations. There are snow capped mountains, green valleys, beaches and
plenty unexplored places. Mrinal Pandey wrote an article on different travel
destinations and described different places and their beaty. She also cited
some honeymoon tips.
India - An Angler's
- Author: Somdutta Sen
India is one of the major fishing countries in the world and have varieties
of fishing options. There are numerous rivers and streams for fishing.
Somdutta Sen wrote an article about fishing in India, describing the major
fishing destinations, fishing tips, necessary official informations, where
to go for angling and many more.
Snake Boat Race In Kerala
- Author: Inam Hussam
The most important festival of Kerala is Onam. There are various events
organised during this festival in the whole state such as Pookalam, which is
an intricate colorful arrangment of flowers and Pulikali, the famous tiger
dance. But the most fascinating is undoubtedly snake boat race. Inam wrote
an article where he described vividly about the snake boat race festival
Ayurveda - An Ancient
- Author: Kanchan Jha
India is rich of traditional approach of treatment and most popular of that
are yoga and ayurveda. Today ayurveda is not only popular of treating
ailments but also widely used in beauty care. Kancha Jha told here about the
holsitic approach to cure and rejuvenate body. She wrote about herbal
product, uses of those and the commercial aspects of ayurveda.
Monsoon Magic In
- Author: Samik
North India is blessed with all imaginable landscape and most sought after
destination among outlanders. But the landscape changes its hue and colour
during rainy season. Samik described some of the best of north Indian
destinations where one can drench by its magic.
Deccan Odyssey -
Dream On Wheels
- Author: Manonita Roy
Indian railway runs few heritage trains where one can experience the royal
ambiance with all the conceivable facilities. Manonita Roy traveled on
Deccan Odyssey and wrote an enchanting article about the heritage train that
travels through all the memorable places of Maharasthra. She described about
the travel itinerary, hospitality and interior decoartion of the train.
Spiti - Unfolds The Mystic
- Author: Rajeev Sharma
The Spiti valley is a desert mountain valley located high in the Himalaya
mountains which is periodically cut off totally during winter. It possesses
a distinctive Buddhist culture similar to that found in nearby Tibet and the
Ladakh region of India. Rajeev Sharma traveled with his friends to explore
this dread terrain and wrote down some interesting facts about the valley.
Tips To Make Your
Honeymoon A Dream One
- Author: Srijita Chatterjee
Honeymoon is a memorable event in ones life and people want to make it
unforgettable. But often choosing destination, booking hotels and other
necessary stuffs can be a big headache. Srijita Chatterjee described some
essential points to remember during a honeymoon trip. She talked about hotel
booking, basic etiquettes, and necessary tips to make a perfect honeymoon.
Wayanad A Picture
Perfect Place In Kerala
- Author: Arpit Mehrotra
Wayanad district in Kerala is gradually becoming tourist heaven. Wayanad is
set lofty on the majestic Western Ghats with altitudes ranging from 700 to
2100 Metres. Arpit a globetrotter visited the place and wrote a vivid
travelogue on it. He described about his trekking, forest scenery, tea
plantations and also about the wildlife park in Wayanad.
Offbeat Hill Stations
- Author: Trisha Bhattacharjee
India is fenced with mighty Himalayas and small towns cuddles are some of
the best places to see and experience the unforgettable ambiance. Trisha
Bhattacharjee wrote about five such destinations in India, though unpopular
but nevertheless beautiful as much as famous ones.
Best Of Kerala
Author: Soumya Roy
Kerala is the most visiting destination in India and renowned all over
world for its charming backwater rides, festivals, wildlife and many others
activities. But Kerala is not all about backwater, there are also many
things to explore and relish. Soumya Roy wrote five offbeat destinations and
activities that mesmerized him during his visit to the state.
Patna To Bodhgaya
Author: Asima Pandey
Bodhgaya is famous all over world for its World Heritage Mahabodhi Temple.
A huge 170 ft high Mahabodhi temple had an ancient origin but came into
prominence during the reign of Ashoka. Asima Pandey, a Zoologist and native
of Bihar travelled down to Bodhgaya from Patna and wrote about temple
architecture, Buddhist monasteries and other traveler's attractions.
Begins Where It Ends
- Author: Prabhu Deva
kanyakumari is southernmost tip of Indian Peninsula, is a major tourist
attraction for its beaches,great natural beauty and proximity to the blue
hills of Western Ghats. Prabhu Deva journeyed to Kanyakumari to explore much
beyond the temples and beaches. He finely described about the place, its
people, climate, popular activities and his memoir about that palce.
- Author: Srikanto Ray
Kolkata is an intellectual and cultural capital of India and always
renowned for its traditional shopping items. But in recent developments,
Kolkata have witnessed malls and modern shopping plaza. Srikanto Ray, a
wannabe auto journalist described elaborately the growing culture of new
shopping ideas, listed some best shops in Kolkata and also told about
traditional shopping items of Kolkata.
The Lotus Trail
Author: Rahul Sharma
Travelers across the world come to Uttar Pradesh for its rich Buddhist
heritage. There are four important pilgrimage of Buddhism located here.
Rahul Sharma wrote an account on Buddhist pilgrimages in Uttar Prades, given
emphasize on the history, accessibility and religious importance of the
Power Of Mantra
Author: Utsav Sarkar
In Hindu religion spiritual words or Mantras has special magical power. It
is not only devoted to Almighty but uplift the spiritual development of mind
and body. Not only in Hinduism but also in Buddhism Mantras plays an
important part. Utsav Sarkar, a software professional spoke at length about
Mantras and it's related implication on human mind and body.
Five Best Railway
Journey In The World
- Author: Pritha Banerjee
Railway journeys are always exciting no matter how old are you. Rail
journeys are the best way to absorb the landscapes of different regions.
Pritha Banerjee has beautifully written an article on top five best rail
journeys. She talked about different railways from every corner of the
world, also spoke about Indian heritage railways and their significance.
The Grassland Doctrine
Author: Pankaj Singhal
Periyar National Park is beautifully located on the Western Ghats and a
wonderful habitat for numerous animals. The park is specially famous for
ubiquitous elephants. Pankaj Singhal in his travel memoir described about
elephant safari, trekking in the wildlife park, some personal anecdotes and
beautifully fleshed out his wildlife expedition in Periyar National Park.
- Author: Kornika
Agra had a major importance in terms of Indian culture and traditions. One
of the major aspects is, Agra's music that epitomized North Indian music.
Agra's music reached its peak during Mughal reign. Kornika, a research
scholar wrote an article about Agra's musical past, providing information on
Mughal legacy, musical heritage and importance of music in medieval India.
- Author: Priya Singh
Dhauladhar range is the southern branch of the main Himalayan chain of
mountains. Its also known as white mountains about 5,639 meter high. Some
exciting trekking route attracts many travelers that bypass the range. Priya
Singh trekked alone to Dhauladhar and wrote about her trekking experience. A
thrilling memoir narrated her ordeal with steep mountains, also described
the beauty of Mcleodganj and Dharmkot.
Save Tigers- Indias
greatest Wildlife Challenge
- Author: Pramod Kumar
Tigers are an integral part of Indian wildlife, not only it has importance
in wildlife but also culture and identity of a nation. Rapid disappearance
of tigers from the Indain forests are serious concern. Pramod Kumar, a
naturalist informed about Indian tigers and their status. In a well
researched article, he wrote about history, present danger, government
policies and effective method to restore tiger population.
Indian Nightlife -
Night That Never Ends
- Author Dheeraj Raghav
Nightlife in India is as vibrant as its culture. India is a land of
traditions, customs and sacred rituals. Though oriental land is reputed
across the world for its conservativeness, societal rules and rich cultural
heritage, modern India is no more more lag behind any other cities. Dheeraj
Raghav in his article has given a clear picture of Indian nightclubs,
discos, pubs and bars. He informed about the latest fashion trend, famous
night outs in Indian metro cities and the night culture in India.
Bindi- Indian Traditional
- Author - Mukti Sharma
A growing fashion rage, Bindi has much deeper significance for Indian
women. Indian ancient tradition and culture imbued through this ancient
cosmetic add-on. Mukti Sharma have written a vivid article on Bindi and
describing the history, cultural importance, new fashion trends and
importance of Bindi in Indian women and society.
South India is famous for its ancient temples, beaches, forts and churches.
The place is very different from rest of India as it was a Dravidian
occupation for long. Sukiriti who traveled to South India described about
the culture, famous cities of South India, people and beaches of South
A Paradise In Uttarakhand
- Author: Abhishek Kumar
Uttarakhand is famous for hill stations and unexploited natural beauty.
While there are numerous places to be seen in Uttarakhand but here traveler
Abhishek told about an offbeat destination in Uttarakhand known as
Dhanaulti. He described the natural beauty of that place, accessibility to
Dhanaulti, talked about resorts and hotels and the main attractions of that
Goa-Land Of Beaches
Author: Kriti Vajpeyi
Goa is considered as an ultimate party destination. Goa is luring
destination for travelers across the world because of its seductive beaches,
Goa churches, and christmas. Goa is also very popular for water sports.
Kriti Vajpeyi described in her travelogue about Goa culture, Goa beaches and
accessibility to Goa.
Agra is a small city in Uttar Pradesh but have strong heritage importance
in India. It is crowned with Taj Mahal and many other heritage
monuments.Namita Kulshreshta wrote a crispy but interesting travelogue on
Agra. She described the beauty of Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri and Agra famous
House New Delhi
- Author: Ranbir Lavania
Teen Murthi is the house where Indian first prime minister and great leader
Jawaharlal Nehru occupied during his life time. Teen Murthi is now a museum
that preserve many historical things. Ranbir Lavania in his memoir
beautifully described the Teen Murthi Bhavan, historical importance and also
showed a pictorial veiw of suroounding garden.
Ranchi- A Beautiful
City In Bihar
- Author: Nawal Kishore Prasad
Ranchi is a beautiful city in Bihar. In India Lord Budhha was born in
Bihar. Therefore, it becomes a major Buddhist attraction. Apart from
Buddhist trail, Bihar is also famous for relics of ancient Nalanda
university. Nawal Kishore Prasad a traveler described a tiny village in
Ranchi. He spoke about the village scenaries, the culture, and their art and
A Beautiful Hill Station
- Author: Abdullah Sanwar Borah
Darjeeling once a favorite hill station among Britishers is renowned for
fresh hilly mountains, natural beauty and always smiling and friendly
people. From Darjeeling one can view the beautiful Kanchenzonga peak.
Abdullah Sanwar Borah described the natural beauty of the city, also
mentioned his dizzy journey through the intricate network of mountain roads,
he specially emphasised on Darjeeling tea, which is famous all over world
and also spoke about Darjeeling monasteries.
Capital of India
- Author: By Punit Chandra Mawli
New Delhi is the capital of India and a hub of business and political
activities. There is also numerous heritage monuments thats why Delhi is
considered as one of the prime heritage cities in the country. Punit Chandra
Mawli finely described the importance of the city also spoke about the
Haridwar - Sacred
Place Of Uttarakhand
Author- Ginny Bansal
Haridwar is one of the sacred places in India, dip in Ganga here is said to
take away all of your sins. The place is beautifully adorned with temples
and shops. Ginny Bansal who traveled to Haridwar recently talked about the
sanctity of the place, also wrote in her travelogue about evening aarti, and
Mansa Devi lake.
- Author: Nikhil Kumar
Orissa is a land of temples. The beauty of temples spread over to even
remotest area. Ghatgaon is a village in Orissa but the temple here has some
unique traits that makes it famous among travelers. Nikhil Kumar crisply
described the uniqueness of temple and its surroundings.
Sariska - The
- Author: Albeena Abbas
Indian is a home of numerous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks but
one can see big cats in some of the parks. Sariska is renowned for royal
Bengal also hose several other ferocious wildlife animals. In her crisply
written travelogue Albeena Abaas not only described about Sariska but also
the famous palace, safaries and accessibility to Sariska from Delhi.
of the Indian Peninsula
- Author: Tarun Rajpal
Kerala is known as 'God's Own Country' because of its natural beauty and
pristine environment. Tarun Rajpal an avid traveler explored the place and
wrote about the famous beaches, waterfalls, resorts, ayurveda and its
wildlife treasure. Also he told about the popular places of jewish
Tryst With Heaven
- Author: Tajdar Ahmed
Kullu- Manali is a small but a beautiful valley in the state of Himachal
Pradesh, a hill station of amazing popularity because of its heavenly
landscape. Author Tajdar in a short trip to the place described the beauty
of the landscape, his experience of camping in the ferine forests,and
trailing to snow clad Rohtang Pass.
Paradise Of North
- Author: Niranjan Kumar
Nainital, a popular hill station in the state of Uttarakhand is beautifully
nestled in the lap of Himalayas. Author Niranjan crisply narrated his
experience with beautiful lakes, Himalayas, famous places in Nainital and
even horse riding.
Land of Temples and Beaches
- Author : Bhageerathy
Orissa is popularly known as 'Soul Of India', got legacy of rich cultural
heritage, beautiful temples and exotic beaches. Author Bhageerathy crisply
pen down the beauty of Orrisa. She mentioned the beauty of temples, seducing
beaches and boasting culture of Orissa. She also proudly accounted some
esteemed academic institutions and meteoric growth of industries and
City With A Versatile Profile
- Author: Hritu Pawar
Bhopal, the capital city of Madhya Pradesh is named after the King Bhoj,
the city is famous for ancient mosques and temples. In her travelogue,
Author Hritu Pawar crisply described the exoticness of this rustic city.
Author narrated her experience of the city's lakes, monuments, culture,
people and of course the cuisines.
Kerala- God's Own
- Author: Adarsh S.V
Kerala, among the 100 world best destination to be visited is specially
renowned for nature's glory. Author Adarsh visited the place and written a
travelog where he mentioned the place known as Wayanad located in the
northern region of Kerala. The place is beautiful for its lush green forest,
exotic waterfalls and celestial climate. Read a crispy and memorable account
of an avid traveler.
Bold And The Beautiful
- Author: Alka Jain
A small village in the state of Madhya Pradesh is now a World Heritage
Site. Alka Jain unveiled the beautiful architectural wonders of Khajuraho
temples, crisply described its aesthetic beauty and expressed the beauty of
carved sculptures through her writing.
A gift Of Nature To Dehradun
- Author : Dheeraj Deewedi
A college trip to a secluded yet beautiful picturesque valley known as
Chakrata in Dehradun inspired Dheeraj to pen down his travel memoir in a
crispy form. He tells about the blessed valley with pristine air and green
environ. With no hotels and markets, the place is ideal for lonely vacation.
World of Beaches and Cinema
- Author : By Sandipan Ghosal
Sandipan Ghosal speaks about the financial capital of India, Mumbai. In his
business trip he got an opportunity to discover one of the busiest city of
the world. He briefly narrates about the famous places like beaches, church
gate, marine drive and some opulent bungalows of filmstars.
- Author : By Kitu Bhardwaj
A humble travel memoir by travel journalist Kitu Bhardwaj about the
heritage city Udaipur. During her Rajasthan tour she traveled to Udaipur and
explored its culture, heritage palaces, and savored some of the delicious
cuisines of the city. She enjoyed camel and elephant ride and shopped some
beautiful Rajasthan handlooms.
Temple - The Modern Heritage
- Author : By Rahul Rastogi
This is a short travelogue by Rahul Rastogi who disovered Akshardham
Temple, which counts as one of the newly built architecture marvel. In his
travel memoir he nicely depicted the architecture and amazing atmosphere
around the temple.
Badrinath - A
Confluence Of Spiritual Fervor
- Author : By Ramashish Chaturvedi
Ramashish Chaturvedi is a traveler who already explored many places.
Recently he chanced upon to encounter with one of the popular pilgrimages
that is Badrinath in Uttarakhand. In his short travel memoir he described
the various temples and beauty of hillocks.
Allahabad - The
City Of Sangam
- Author : By Ankit Surekha
Ankit Surekha love to travel and mere in the age of 24, he has explored
more than 50 destinations all across India. Recently, he explored Allahabad,
one of the sacred city in the heart of Uttar Pradesh. In his small memoir,
he had presented a crispy account about the religious ardor in Allahabad.
Temple - Memorial To Peace
- Author: By Eric Chord
Eric is a business consultant by profession and biker by hobby. He traveled
a lot to different destinations of India. He discovered Akshardham Temple
and much impressed by its structure and theme. Here he says a crispy memoir
about his experience about this modern monument.
Taj Mahal -Sheer
Poetry In Marble
- Author: By Samir Kumar
Samir Kumar nicely depicts the beauty of Taj Mahal. He is a travel freak
and almost traveled all the major destinations of India.
Mathura - Vrindavan Unveiled!
Author: By Namita Asri
Namita Asri is a flambyont traveller who love to explore different places.
In the year 2006, she discovered Mathura - Vrindavan, two of the popular
pilgrimages cities of India based in Uttar Pradesh. In crisp story, she have
spoken about the various temples which she came across in Mathura and
- Potpourri of Art and Craft
Author: By Priya Tikoo
As the title suggest, Priya beautifully furnishes the information on
Jaisalmer. She visited the city last year and encapusulated some pleasurable
moments from there. The travelog reveals the beauty of the city and also the
cultural and heritage it has.