The roots of Buddhism can be traced back to the heart of the Indian Subcontinent. Nepal, UP, Bihar etc. have had the Buddha course through them and create pilgrimage sites that Buddhists from around the world travel to. Tourism is one of the key features of India, and Buddhist Tourism,…

Udaipur, often described as – City of Lakes, Venice of India, Kashmir of Rajasthan, the most romantic destination. The land of Maharana Pratap was the capital of Mewar and was founded by Rana Udai Singh, father of Maharana Pratap. With its palaces, gardens, temples and lakes, it is a splendid location…

Belum Caves : The second largest cave in Indian subcontinent and the longest caves in plains of Indian Subcontinent, known for its stalactite and stalagmite formations. Quoted from http://www.belumcaves.com/, this line was enough of a booster for me to plan a trip to the majestic belum caves. Belum caves are located around 301…

Man has always shared a love-hate relationship with nature. While hate has thrived on the perceived ‘wilderness’ impediment to the progress of civilization, love has blossomed primarily on awe-inspiring beauty and benevolence. Mount Kailash is one of the many gems borne by Nature that has found its way to the…

Bidar, a hill-top city in the north-eastern part of Karnataka is well known for its architectural, historical and religious importance. The history of the city goes back to third century B.C. when it was part of the great Mauryan Empire. Located around 150 km from Hyderabad, it is like the…

One more addition to the trekking wonders of India is the Triund Trek. But to know about it, we first have to explore Mcleod Ganj. Mcleod Ganj & its history: The hill Mcleod was named over the founder Sir Donald Friell Mcleod a british army official of Punjab, whereas the suffix…

The North Eastern states of India are home to high altitude lakes, few to be named like Pangong Tso, Tso Moriri, Gurudongmar are at staggeringly huge heights of about 19000 kilometres above the sea level. Source: unexplored.lonelyplanet.in These High Altitude lakes have their own charm which insinuates happiness in the visitors.…