India is a fascinating country that has rich history, amazing culture, ancient religion, and an abundance of equally ancient practices meant to develop both your mind and body. Whether you’ve been to India a few times or only planning your first visit, here are 10 things no one told you about travelling India.
Everyone knows (and loves!) Bollywood, but not many people realize there are much more things to explore when it comes to Indian TV. India is big on TV shows and makes them just as epic and breathtaking as Bollywood movies we love watching so much.
There are four places named Chota Char Dham (the four abodes), which together form a small circuit of pilgrimage site located high in the Himalayas in the state of Uttarakhand. These places used to be very hard to reach as you had to walk through mountains and hilly trails for days, but things changed after 1962 when roads were built for better connection, making it possible for all kinds of people to visit Chota Char Dham.
Being involved with some kind of religion is one of the oldest pastimes in the world. But there are some crazy ones we bet you’ve never heard of before.
Ladakh is a truly unique place as it is packed with all kinds of beautiful temples, stupas, and monasteries. Perched high up in the mountains, surrounded by cold air and breathtaking scenery, the monasteries of Leh Ladakh seem to be out of this world.
India is a country of ancient mysteries, healing practices, vibrant culture, and scientific discoveries. Yet despite all the progress, it still has lots of hidden nooks where people have been living the same way for hundreds of years.
Spiti Valley to the camel rides of Rajasthan, here are India’s top 8 adventure travel destinations.
Wherever you go in India you’ll experience more colors than you’ve ever had in your life. From the pink walls of Jaipur to the ghats of Varanasi, we present you 8 most colourful places of India.
Meet Andrea Tamme, a digital artist from Canada, who came up with the most unusual and fascinating idea to take classical works of art and reimagine them using modern pop culture characters from movies and TV shows.
Indian festivals and holy celebrations are among the most significant events in the country. All quarrels are forgotten, special food is prepared, and Hindu gods and goddesses receive the attention of the people all across India. Needless to say, this spring’s Navratri is also going to be big and exciting as it marks the ending of spring and the beginning of truly hot summer days. Here are 8 things you need to know about Navratri April 2019.
Learning a new language or simply improving your skills in the one you already know is one of the most fun and challenging things to do. You can attend classes, watch movies and TV shows, educate yourself, and, of course, you can also put your smartphone to good use. There are plenty of free apps out there that will greatly improve your language skills in no time.
Holi, the world-famous festival of colours, is a sight you will never forget. Bright clouds of powder dye thrown into the air, the cheering of the crowd, loud music, dancing, laughing, water guns with coloured water – this is what you’ll see during Holi wherever you go!
From Little Mermaid’s Ursula to Loki from Thor, we present you 9 cutest villains of all time.
India is a place of magnificent Himalayan views, ancient temples, legendary ruins, and sacred grounds that have existed for hundreds upon hundreds of years. It’s a country that houses huge modern cities like Mumbai and Bangalore along with picturesque beaches, scenic hill stations, and exotic islands. Even an experienced traveller will have a hard time choosing where to go first…
Our planet Earth is packed with hidden nooks and pits, both on land and underwater, that contain numerous secrets we haven’t even discovered yet. And to top all that there’s our own history and the remains of ancient civilizations that leave us with dozens of questions as to our origin. Here are 8 biggest historical mysteries that remain unsolved.