Kerala boat races-the extraordinary visual treat

Kerala-tourism

 

Kerala boat races-the extraordinary visual treat

Literally meaning, ‘boat game’, Vallam Kali is a conventional boat race which takes place every year in the South Indian state, Kerala. This famous South Indian occasion has its origin in Assyria, where it was first celebrated in 300 BC. In the ancient days, it was extremely popular and was celebrated by several kingdoms. In Kerala, Vallam kali first took place during the 14th century war, when the then king has commissioned the construction of Chundan Vallam now better known as Snake Boats. (more…)

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A selection of the Top 5 places to visit in monsoon

A selection of the Top 5 places to visit in monsoon

India, is gifted with a paradisal landscape. It is the abode to some of the most breathtaking hills, valleys, lakes, forest areas and a lot more. To explain the beauty of India in a few words is impossible, but if you are looking for the perfect monsoon getaway destination there could be no place better than ‘paradise’ itself. If you’re in search of the coolest monsoon getaways in India here are some suggestions just for you. (more…)

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Pushkar- the fairest fare of them all

Pushkar- the fairest fare of them all

Located in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan, the sacred city of Pushkar is counted amongst the five sacred Hindu pilgrimage sites. One of the most ancient destinations in the country, the city derives its name from the famous Pushkar Lake. The city is mythological very significant as some believe that it was the abode of Shiva, whereas others say that Lord Brahma created it. Other than the sacred lakes, and eye-catching temples, the city is also eminent for the Pushkar fair Rajasthan. The fair takes place between October to November and is very popular for its camels, festivities, religious fervor and the famous cattle fair Rajasthan. (more…)

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Rishikesh Lakshman Jhula

Kumbh Mela – An Insight to the oldest tradition of the world

Legend

Kumbh Mela has been an integral part of the Indian culture since ages. It has been epitomized in the world as the largest religious get together which is held every 12 years at four prime locations namely, Ujjain, Nasik, Allahabad and Haridwar. These are the locations where according to the Hindu legend, drops of Amrit had fallen while the demigods stayed on Earth for 12 years in an attempt to protect the holy water Amrit, from the demons. (more…)

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