India, the land of seven rivers, the famous spices, a lot of diversity and a country where all barriers are broken to celebrate the feeling of togetherness. The country has nourished many a civilization and kingdoms since before the Aryans
Ayodhya is the City of Lord Ram as we know it. It is also one of the most visited tourist places in Uttar Pradesh. Among seven Mokshadayini cities, Ayodhya is one while others are Mathura, Kashi, Ujjain, Haridwar, Dwarka, Kanchi. Ayodhyā Mathurā
Welcome to the land of Sauravda, Sushmita Sen and Satyajiit Ray! Yes, the Charnock City which for some is nothing beyond rosogollos and football but ‘aamar’ Kolkata is much more. Eccentric by nature and compulsive by habit, the native Bengalis
Satara is a city famous for its amazing natural wonders as it is surrounded by seven beautiful hills. Jarandeshwar, Sajjangad, Ajinkyatara, Yawateshwar, Kitlicha Dongar, Nakdicha Dongar and Pedhyacha Bhairoba are the seven hills, after which the city is named as Satara.
Uttarkhand, the state of mesmerizing beauty blessed with natural wonders also carries spiritual importance. Called as the Land of Gods, the state opens the pathway to Himalayas, which is considered an embodyment of Lord Shiva. Amidst the serene atmosphere, snow-clad
Hampi was the capital of Vijayanagara kingdom and became famous during the time of King Krishnadevaraya. He took the kingdom to the heights of richness, glory, and prosperity. The city has marvelous architecture and technology that one will be amazed to