I have lived in Delhi all my life continously for 35 years till 2016 end before moving to London and I am quite proud that I know Delhi inside out, there are very few places where I haven't been. I used to boast about my knowledge of Delhi, before Delhi metro took over I used to travel a lot everywhere in Buses. Metro changed a lot in our city and it has made it extremely easy to travel from extreme north to south but I was wondering one day that how many time do we travel to unknown places?
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In India we celebrate many festivals and Navratri is also one of the major festivals in India. It's 9 days of celebration followed by Dusshera and Diwali in few weeks. People believe that these auspicious days are good to start a business and they visit temples to take blessings. During this time all the temples are decorated and lighted. Communal feast known as bhandaras are also organized.
Remembering what things you need to pack is easy when you plan ahead but the difficult part is the packing itself. We always recommend people to take less things when they travel. It is best if you could just manage with one bag that you don't even need to check in on airport. Traveling with one bag has several advantages but we will talk about it later. In this blog we want to share various tips on how to actually pack your bags so you can take few more items by utilizing the available space in your bag.
Travel in India can be appealing inexpensive. if you know the knowledge of where to go and when to go.If you are someone who likes to pick up a backpack and take off on an expedition without wanting to spend a lot of money,India is your paradise.This budget-friendly cities houses different variety of people having different culture and tradition.We give you 20 places in India which are light on your pocket and yet amazing enough to provide you with the most memorable travel experiences.
Khajjiar, often called "Mini Switzerland", is a small grassy meadow located in the picturesque Chamba valley. It is an important picnic spot whose quiet environs beacon the tourists traveling between Dalhousie and Chamba.It is also referred as the "Gulmarg of Himachal Pradesh".It is popular destination with trekkers too. The hamlet serves as the starting point for treks to Chamba, Dalhousie, Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary, etc.
There are several hill stations in India that are popular among people like Shimla, Nainital, Ooty, Darjeeling etc. but there are many other hilly areas in India that are not only good but even better than these popular destinations. These unknown hill stations are less crowded, comparatively clean and offer scenic beauty. In this blog we want to highlight some really good hill stations that are not popular but are really good options if you want to visit a hilly area in near future. We highly recommend visiting these places in our next vacation.
Traveling is not just about visiting new places and enjoying. It is also about understanding more about the world, different people and experience new things. It really helps you to gain insights on various aspects of life. You learn about different cultures and gain several facts about life in other parts of the world. It is always good to travel with someone you love and care about but there are people who really enjoy traveling alone. In this blog we want to present these amazing girls who have the courage to travel solo on their own.
IndiaUnveiled caters to the quest of not only those coming from far away lands, but also those living in different parts of India. This site provides a peek into the rich cultural heritage, art & tradition, and all other interesting topics on India that can surely leave you spellbound.
We bring to you the details on not only prominent travel destinations that you probably might know about but also those numerous places that are worth visiting but are yet to be discovered more. In India, at every corner, there is a surprise that awaits you!! We will bring that surprise to you right within your reach.
Most people love beaches. And most Mumbaikars will agree that there’s nothing like a trip to Goa to experience the state’s wonderful beaches but the 550-kilometer stretch of coastline that separates Mumbai and Goa isn’t exactly barren. It has a few choice pickings of its own, depending on the style of beach you’re looking for and keeping in mind these are coastal beaches, not island idylls.
The best time to visit these beaches is from September, when the monsoon begins to end, to March, the beginning of summer.
An itinerary for those who like to take it easy yet miss out on nothing much.
Day 1: Stay near Connaught Place. Check in to The Imperial (tel: 011-2334 1234) or choose a more reasonable option from www.bnb4delhi.com and make this a day to explore Janpath and CP. Walk around the renewed Middle Circle and down the famous Janpath, exploring shops and stores. Get an ice-cream from Nirula's and spend some time watching people.