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Pune: The Queen of the Deccan


Pune is considered as the cultural capital of Maharashtra. It is also the second largest state. In the ancient period, the city was the home of the Maratha leader ‘Shivaji Maharaj’.  Pune has been famous for almost everything possible in India. It consists of numerous educational institutions and is also considered as ‘The Oxford of the East’. It is also ... Read More »

The city of temples: Bishnupur, India


In the Bankura district of West Bengal lies a town so steeped in history that once you step on to the red soil, you are transported to a different world, where time stands still and stories of an age gone by blows in the wind. Bishnupur, situated about 160 km away from Kolkata, is a quaint little town famous for ... Read More »

Gujarat: The Jewel of the West


India is a country famous for its culture, temples and food. The ‘Jewel of the West’ i.e., Gujarat, in the North-West coast of India is a major state in India with an area of 196,024 km2 and a population of 60,439,692. Some of the major cities of Gujarat are Ahmedabad, Surat, Baroda, Bhuj, Rajkot, Bhavnagar and many others. It shares ... Read More »

Where the medieval and the modern co-exist- Hanoi, Vietnam


With a steep past and the impression of hostility along the pretty natural landscapes and scenic spots, Hanoi, the Capital City of Vietnam has been one of the topmost tourist destinations of the world. This historic 1000 year old place has many a tale to tell. This beautiful capital city lies in the northern part of the Mekong Delta. This ... Read More »

Maharashtra tourism- Discover a whole new world


Maharashtra is located in the western region of India. It is popularly known for its diverse culture and language. Basically Maharashtra is famous for all of its multi dimensional availability and tradition related to standard of living, cuisines, tourist places, locations etc. There is a great existence of dynamic nature and culture altogether. Great history of emperors and their palaces ... Read More »

The Blue Pearl of Morocco- Chefchaouen


If you wish to elope away to an isolated place, far away from the city hustle bustle, however without having cut off all necessary metropolitan ties, then a small, beautiful rural city at Northwest edge of Morocco awaits your arrival. Shrouded in the midst of the Rif Mountains of the northwest Morocco, lies Chefchaouen, a sleepy and secretive mountain refuge, ... Read More »

Nottingham Castle,England


Location and Approach: This Nottingham castle is situated in Nottingham,England.It is situated on a high rock,Nottingham Castle provides spectacular views of the the city.The Nottingham Castle Museum is situated 200 meters up a steep hill from the main gatehouse entrance.From that way there is a access for pedestrians through the gatehouse archway which has some sort of a typical entrance ... Read More »

Göbekli Tepe: the oldest temple

Gopekli Tepe layout 8000bc

Man work and workshop have bonds deeper than any of us have imagined.  From the ancient time till today we seem to be drawn to the idea of the God’s home, the temple.  We visit it, find peace and connect with it. We admire the work and the story behind it. It is more than the glitz of sin-lands and ... Read More »

Morne Trois Pitons National Park, Dominica

Dominica_morne trois pitons nat park

The commonwealth of Dominica is a volcanic island in the eastern Caribbean between Guadeloupe and Martinique in the Lesser Antilles Island chain. It spans across 46 kilometres in length. Often called as “the Nature Island of the Caribbean “, Dominica features untouched lush green mountains, massive volcanoes and boiling lakes. In fact, out of the Caribbean’s total of 16 volcanoes, ... Read More »

Queen of the Midlands: Nottingham, England


The city of Nottingham is laced in legend as its pavements are steeped in the history of Robin Hood. English folklore’s own bad boy with a heart of gold, Robin Hood is known world over for stealing from the rich to give to the poor. A highly skilled archer and swordsman, the medieval outlaw legend hailing from Sherwood Forest lives ... Read More »