Maharashtra- the land of infinite opportunities

Maharashtra

Maharashtra is a large state of India, situated on the western region of the country, considered to be the globe’s second most populous state. It has a population of 110 million with its capital Mumbai formerly Bombay with approximately 18 million inhabitants. The state of Nagpur is considered to be the second capital of Maharashtra and has been given the title of ‘winter capital of the state’. Maharashtra offers prospects of high living standards, and extreme business opportunities for which it attracts migrants and tourists from all over the country and abroad. (more…)

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Get to experience the rich cultural heritage of India

Taj Mahal Agra

Get to experience the rich cultural heritage of India

One of the most famous tourist circuits of India is the Golden Triangle which includes Jaipur, Agra and Delhi. It’s a well traveled route, and is significant for showcasing India’s cultural gems and for providing a spectrum of India’s varying landscapes. This circuit has been named so because it forms a triangular shape on the map, by the locations of Rajasthan, Agra and New Delhi. The itinerary for most tourists start from the capital of India, New Delhi, then towards Agra for visiting the famous Taj Mahal and lastly to the deserted terrains of Rajasthan including Jaipur. A trip covering so much distance can easily vary from 8 to 10 days, and for having a hassle free trip it is always advised to get in touch with the best tour operator you may find. (more…)

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Explore the exotic atmosphere of Goa

Goa

One of the most popular tourist destinations in India, is Goa, the refreshing destination for tourist from India and abroad. It’s an enchanting land gifted with mouthwatering seafood, green hills, silvery golden beaches, exotic landscapes and intangible allures. This tiny emerald land situated on the western coast of the country along the Western Ghats, is one of the most popular beach destinations of the world. Previously the land was under the Portuguese rule but later in 1987, the name of ‘Goa’ was conferred to it. (more…)

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Nepal- the capital of world trekking adventures

Nepal Trekking

Nepal- the capital of world trekking adventures

Nepal is the home to the ten highest summits on the globe, and some of the most incredible landscapes one can find in Asian continent. The streets of Nepal are bombarded with travelers and tourists who come to the trekking hub Pokhara, and streets of Nepal only to get the experience of true adventure. One can find a gamut of organized tours and guides, who provide a variety of options suitable for people of all capabilities, and ages who wish to, enjoy a safe trekking experience in this wonderful country. If you’re someone who likes to create a tour itinerary certainly Nepal is the place for you. On the contrary if you’re the more adventurous kind and like to do things on the spur of the moment then just reach Nepal and you could have an equally adventurous trip in a matter of days. (more…)

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Raksha Bandhan – the celebration of love and brotherhood

Raksh bandhan

Raksha bandhan- the celebration of love and brotherhood

One of the most important festivals of India that has a deep religious significance is undoubtedly Raksha bandhan. This is a day that celebrates the bond of love between a brother and a sister. Interestingly, over a period of time this day celebrates not only the love between biological siblings but also one when a similar relationship exists between a man and a woman. Popularly known as Rakhi or Rakhi Purnima, this festival is widely popular amongst the Sikhs, Jains and Hindus. Although this is particularly an Indian festival, the occasion of Rakhi has also been preferred and observed in parts of Mauritius and Nepal. The festival is celebrated by several Sikhs and Hindus residing in Pakistan, and by others of Indian origin from across the world. (more…)

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