Sunday, October 2, 2016

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An amazing Kolkata trip
Coming are the festive days of Durga Puja and Diwali and these are the times when the biggest festive fervor sweeps the nation with a certain uniformity. Kolkata trip during the Dussehra time is definitely going to be one of the high moments of all your travel nostalgia. Grand fairs, big pandals, decorated Goddesses in their idol avatars, and people dressed in ethnic wear – the whole of Kolkata rides high on your senses. It is an experience not to be missed if you admire the cultural festivities and like to enjoy it by participation. So, get your plans done as the countdown is about to begin.

The Himalayan tour
The Himalayas is the world's most noteworthy mountain range at 2,400 kilometers in length and with the majority of the planet's most noteworthy pinnacles. From the foothills, called the Shivaliks (actually Shiva's tresses), to powerful Kanchenjunga in Sikkim, you can have numerous mind blowing encounters in the Himalayas. One of the first Himalayan encounters will always be engraved at the forefront of your thoughts as this is the point at which you see many ashrams on as you move higher. Having arrived tired after The peaceful surroundings definitely have a soothing effect.

The splendid Rajasthan desert
Rajasthan is the largest state in India and it is home to a large desert. It has a vibrant traditional culture. The state is also one of the most visited places in the country. There’s a reason to it. Majestic forts and palaces, numerous colorful festivals, traditional rituals, and the desert scenes of camels, turbans, and people. It’s the picture perfect portrait that you would never fail to appreciate. Spend your time camping out on the sand dunes or indulge in a camel safari for a great experience.

The wonder that the Taj Mahal is
The Taj Mahal is said to be the world’s most beautiful structure and the numero uno tourist attraction in the country. No matter how many times you’ve visited The Taj Mahal, or how often or how excessively it is admired, nothing seems familiar every time you walk through the red sandstone outer gate and take a re-look at the marvelous structure. Looking at the Taj Mahal you feel a divinity. Best time to visit the Taj Mahal is at evenings when the hot sun does not scorch you. Besides, you can also visit the Red Fort and other attractions of Agra. The newly launched Gatiman Express is a great way to reach the city from New Delhi. You can book a ticket in advance and if there is a waitlist, you can do the PNR status enquiry as well. Alternatively, you can take a bus or taxi too.

Colourful festivals of India
Festivities in India are a unique experience. There is no country that can match India in terms of the variety of festivals it has. From Holi to Dussehra to Diwali to the Kumbh Mela, everything has a religious touch and yet every festival is as liberating an experience in itself just for sheer volume of zest and vigor that permeates through the nationwide air.

The holy spaces
Temples and sanctuaries of India are hotspots of faith. From trees to animals to earth to idols, the religious sentiments touch all the aspects of Indian lifestyle. A number of religions find shelter in these lands and hence a diversity of religions prosper without any constraint. It is a unique experience to go on a religion tour or pilgrimage and witness the holy spirit of India from up and close.

God’s Own Country of Kerala
When everything else fails to convince you, Kerala is where you should be headed. Whether you make train ticket booking or make a flight reservation, this is a place you can visit round the year. Exotic, lush green, and inundated with backwaters that flow like a fluid mirror across the green lands, Kerala offers an ecstatic trip for every visitor. A time spent in this place never has a dull moment. You can also enjoy wildlife parks and other conservative zones for more exploration. Eco-tourism and bike trips are also a trend in this part of the country. So, choose well and have a nice vacation!

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