Palaces and Forts of Rajasthan

Lake Palace Udaipur Rajasthan India

Must Visit Palaces and Forts of Rajasthan
The princely state of Rajasthan is famous for its enchanting edifices, breathtaking architecture and rich culture that is sure to leave you enthralled. Regarded as one of the most colorful states of India, Rajasthan attracts millions of tourists from across the world each year owing to its unique appeal and the exquisiteness and grandeur of its palaces and forts. Here we present a list of the must visit palaces and forts of Rajasthan. Take a look! (more…)

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The Majestic Ajanta and Ellora Caves of Maharashtra

Aurangabad Ajanta Caves

The Majestic Ajanta and Ellora Caves of Maharashtra
The Ajanta and Ellora Caves in Maharashtra are regarded as one of the wonders of India. Tourists flocking to Maharashtra make it a must to visit these caves for sure. Talking of the stupendous Ajanta Caves, it is situated about 100 kms from the town of Aurangabad and 60 kms from Jalgaon. Winding roads and thick forests lead you to the stairs climbing which you reach the caves of Ajanta. History has it that the Ajanta Caves were lost for centuries just like the temples of Khajuraho. In the middle of the 19th century an Englishman discovered it. The caves are reminiscent of the Buddhist culture and its uniqueness leaves you spell bound. (more…)

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Know more about the wildlife sanctuaries in India

Wildlife

Know more about the wildlife sanctuaries in India

India is the home to 515 wildlife sanctuaries out which 48 are managed by the Tiger Project and are extremely significant as India’s tiger reserves. Several of these wildlife sanctuaries have also been declared as ‘bird sanctuaries’ and houses some of the rarest birds’ one will ever notice in the entire world. These national parks are extremely important in maintaining the healthy habitat of the animals and for the prevention of poaching. The tiger reserve which is a direct effort of the government for the protection of the tigers has lead to an increase of 30% in the number of tigers in the country. Some of the most important and toured wildlife sanctuaries in India are: (more…)

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