India has numerous heritage sites recognized by UNESCO. They are set amidst modern day buildings that have come up to support the rapid development in the country. India has the largest number of rock-cut architecture in the world. India has architecture from the Persian and Mughal period, and also from the colonial and Indo-Saracenic period. The Lutyens’ Delhi is an area named after the British architect Edwin Lutyens. He had designed the entire Lutyens’ Bungalow Zone (LBZ) which is today one of the most expensive real estate in the world. The variety and quality of architecture make it worth exploring.Read More
The cuisine of India including the north Indian delicacies, the spices of Kerala, the coffee plantation of Coorg and the tea of Assam will welcome you to every new destination you visit. So, eat, drink, and learn to cook them yourself!
From the narrow lanes of old Delhi in the north to the spice market in Kochi in the south, to the tea plantations of the east and the coffee plantations in the south, there are innumerable culinary trips in India. Due to the changing tastes, preparations, and style of cooking, all the regions in India have their special dishes and platter which gives a traveler many options. It’s not just tasting those dishes; you can even visit workshops and learn to prepare a dish or two yourself!Read More
Pay homage to the source of power and victory at the Konark sun temple, receive the blessings showered from Venkateshwar hills at Tirupati temple, and experience the impeccable divinity and existence of supreme power at the Amarnath caves.
India is home to the Vaishno Devi in Kashmir, the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Ajmer Sharif Dargah in Ajmer, the Jagannath Temple in Puri, multiple Portuguese churches in Goa, and innumerable other religious destinations of all faiths.
Pay homage to the source of power and victory at the Konark sun temple, receive the blessings showered from Venkateshwar hills at Tirupati temple, and experience the impeccable divinity and existence of supreme power at the Amarnath caves.Read More
Textile speaks of culture and history of a region. A visit to textile workshops will give you a picture of this art form, and the lifestyle of the artisans.
Take a tour to trace authentic and traditional cultures and crafts.Read More
Yoga and Wellness
Rishikesh, in the foothills of the Himalayas, is called the yoga capital of the world. It is said that yoga helped the Beetles create some of their musical masterpieces. Yoga will do wonders for you as well.
On a trip to Auroville in Pondicherry, you will find the Matrimandir. Inside is a spiraling ramp that leads upward into an air-conditioned chamber called the “place to find one’s consciousness”.
Or opt for an Ayurvedic wellness therapy in Kerala. The Ayurvedic spas gained fame for various therapies.Read More