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Tips for First Time Travel to India

Tips for Tourists Visiting India

For tourists, visiting India could be an exciting experience, however, as a tourist you need to be generally arranged for it. There are Inns,...
Mata Temples in Gujarat

Famous Mata Temples in Gujarat

Temples abound in the state of Gujarat and many of the temples of Gujarat belong to the divine female energy or Goddess Shakti who...
Pilgrimage Sites of South India

6 Major Pilgrimage Sites of South India

All across South India, there are prominent temples dedicated to Hindu Gods that attract millions of pilgrims all year around. These temples, along with...

All That You Need to Know about the Town of Vindhyachal

Situated on the banks of the sacred Ganges, Vindhyachal is a pretty, religious place for the Hindus. It is situated in Mirzapur, which itself...
Planning A Vacation

Planning A Vacation – Necessary Items You Should Never Miss To...

Planning ahead of time is extremely crucial if you want your vacation to be enjoyable, hassle free and memorable. Start off by creating a...
Dhamek Stupa, Sarnath

Buddhist Places to See in Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh is one state which represents the true spirit of India. It is a beautiful collection of architectural marvels, breathtaking ancient temples, and...
Sarangapani Temple, Kumbakonam

Kumbakonam – The Medieval Temple Town of Devout Hindus

Kumbakonam is often called the temple town of Tamil Nadu. It has thousands of temples which demonstrate the supreme faith of the residents in...
Vishwa Shanti Stupa, Vaishali, Bihar

Buddhist Places to See in Bihar

The state of Bihar in ancient ages was the seat of power, prime learning center, hub of prosperity and one of the most religious...
Asthi Visarjan Places in India

Asthi Visarjan Places in India You Must Know About

One of the charms of Hinduism is the many rites and the care and concern shown not only for the individual but also his...
Nava Dwaraka

Nava Dwaraka – Religious Places to Visit in Gujarat

As most Hindus know Dwarka is one of the 108 Divya Desams. Dwarka manifests itself in 9 forms and not the standard 5 forms...