Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan is a small city of many wonders. Mostly covered in dense deciduous forests, rolling green hills with a vast bio-diversity and a sanctuary of abundant wildlife, the city is alive with adventure and thrills. The ancient forts add to the old world charm and have many untold stories to unravel. Continue reading 5 Things To Do In Sawai Madhopur
Delhi is best known as simply being the national capital. However, unless one explores this vast and vibrant city, one does not realise the amount of history, culture and art that one can find here, along with a healthy dose of natural beauty. Many visitors to this city are amazed at a fast paced metropolitan city that is still clean, well organised and full of options for visitors to occupy themselves with, whether it is malls or local markets, five star restaurants or street food and nature or history. Continue reading 10 Must Visit Places In Delhi
Ranthambore in Rajasthan is famously known as one of the largest Tiger Reserves in India. Dating back to the 13th Century, the 392 sq.km of forest area containing a rich flora and fauna is situated at the eastern end of the Aravalli Hills. The place treasures many wonders from the bygone era and provides tourists to experience nature to its fullest. Continue reading 4 Places To Visit In Ranthambore
A breath of fresh air in the western deserts of India, Udaipur is also famously known as the Venice of the East. It is a bustling city, which used to be the capital of the Mewar kingdom for many years, and is dotted with lakes and palaces. Continue reading 7 Must Visit Places In Udaipur
‘A traveler’s paradise’ – Jaipur, Rajasthan, has long held the reputation of being one of the most magnificent cities of the Indian subcontinent. Also popularly known as –The pink city, it was founded by Sawai Jai Singh II in the year 1727. Once a land of mighty warriors and rulers, the town has since then maintained the flavor of royalty, splendor and sophistication.