Shimla – The Queen of Hill Stations

Shimla has always alluded me. Even through my years spent in the North of India, I could never make it to Shimla for some reason. Here is a guest post by Anaya, who visited Shimla earlier this year. In this blog, she recounts her experiences she had, in this quaint little place called Shimla.

After waiting for so many years, I finally got a chance to visit Shimla this summer. Visiting this beautiful city in the Himalayas was my dream since childhood. Now that I have finally realized this dream, I am writing a brief article about this amazing travel destination and my experiences in the hills.

Rameshwaram – A place from Epics

The word “Rameshwara” means “Lord of Rama” i.e. “Lord Shiva”, the presiding deity of the Ramanathaswamy temple. As per Hindu epic Ramayana, post the war with Ravana of Lanka, Lord Ram along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmanan came here and worshiped Lord Shiva, in the form of Lingam to absolve any kind of sins that would have been committed by them during the war against the mighty Ravana.

Best Adventurous Trekking Destinations In The World

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Trekking is one of the most adventurous ways to spend your vacation and extra time. The best trekking destination will give you an experience worthy you trekking. The following are some of the world’s best trekking destinations:

1. The GR20 of France

· It is a fifteen kilometres long trek that demands fifteen working days to go through it.

· The landscape that the trek covers is diversified passing through the forests, lakes of glacier, snow caped mountain peaks and the crates that are wind swept.

· The path is rugged and has very steep sides that are rocky in nature.

Wildlife Reserve

Parambikulam, Kerala

Parambikulam Pic: Priya Q

The beauty of staying in Kerala is that it gives you many varied options of vacationing. It has something for everyone. Beaches, mountains, wildlife, backwaters, city life, country side, history, religious places, you name it.

Most of our extended holidays are well utilized where we try to get away from city madness; bundle up some sweet memories, laugh like there was no tomorrow, rejoice in each others company and get back totally rejuvenated.

Hotels in India

Well this article is not about any hotel, but about India’s most remote hotels! Get Away From it All!

Whether in a jungle, or across the plains, in the desert, or on mountains, remote Indian Hotels are strategically placed to really make it possible to “getaway.” One of the many wonderful things about travel in India is that cheap hotels are in plenty.

But for the traveler who’s looking to hide in its farthest reaches, here is a list of India’s best remote hotels:


The Alsisar Mahal

Location: Alsisar Village | District Jhunjhnu, Alsisar 331025, India

Places in India

The Most Stunning Architectural Wonders in India

From the minute you step off the plane you will find India is a country of contradictions and opposites. From cities to slums, modernity and tradition to the very rich and very poor; every view and vista of street life and rural life, gives food for thought.

India’s architecture gives us a glance at the country’s past, from the glory days of Persian conquest to the days of the Empire. Book flights to India online and get ready to see some real architectural wonders…

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The Taj Mahal

Traveling in India : Views from a Non Indian

Taj Mahal (2004) Photo credit: Dhirad, Bernard Gagnon

A Family Trip to India: How to Prepare and What to Expect

India is an exotic, spiritual, and beautiful country with countless sites, festivals, and experiences that are utterly incomparable to anything one witness in the West. Some travelers will describe this majestic country as an overload on the senses, but I must side with those who see India for its beauty, mystery, and charm. Traveling as a family to India will certainly bring with it some stressful situations and you will have to make some difficult decision like how best to get around, how to react when people stare and even approach you and your children, and most importantly, how to ensure your family’s safety. But this country will offer your family a unique and unforgettable journey with memories you can all share.

India Traffic

Well, I received this write-up through an email forward. I tried to get to the source…to the writer of this brilliant article, but couldn’t. So Mr. Writer if you happen to read this post of mine, please step forward and introduce yourself. The reason I wanted to share your write-up specially with my non-Indian readers who will surely relate to your experience. Reading through your article I had visions of my friends coming back to me – their horrific expressions filled with awe and admiration for the Indian traffic 🙂 So here’s saying cheers to you!

Children’s day

June 1 is the designated International Children’s day while Universal Children’s day is on the November 20. Over 50 countries celebrate a local Children’s day on various dates and in India we do it on November 14. On this day most schools have a morning assembly where lots of programs & lots of speeches on children’s rights, well being,… etc. are delivered. Politicians also make lots of promises for the coming future!!

10 things South Indian films have taught me?

This is a guest post by V V Rajan, Head of Media, Impact & Echo Advertising Co., Kuwait and blogs regularly at Random Thoughtz. If you are interested to guest post on this blog please check on the guidelines.

Age ain’t nothing but a number!
This is so true in the South Indian films. All our super stars be it MGR, Sivaji Ganesan, NTR and the super Star Rajnikant have time and again proven that no matter even if you cross 50, you can still look young and look youthful and have girlfriends who are your grand daughter’s age. You can do all those things the current gen X does. What’s more you can even go to college and look like a student!!!!