Best Places To Visit in Bhaderwah

Bhaderwah, an unexplored valley, rich in natural vegetation & scenic beauty , also holds a rich cultural epicenter. Under the foothills of Himalayas, it is situated in district Doda of the Union territory of Jammu & Kashmir. Its ancient name was Bhaderkashi, formed on the name of Goddess Bahderkaali

For its splendid beauty & enthralling greenery, some people calls it “Switzerland in India”.A variety of beautiful places to visit in Bhaderwah, makes it one of the most visited tourist site in Jammu & Kashmir. 

Bhaderwah has its own precious naaga culture which is well preserved by the locals from decades. Dhakku folk dance is one of the main attraction which is religious in inspiration and characteristically devotional in nature, performed during special occasions like local festival “Jatras” & during marriage functions on music from special music band called “Dhouns” in local language. “Dhouns” played by special musicians called “Bajantaries”.

Other then Dhakku, “Ghurai” are a kind of folk songs singed by a group of womens on special occasions like marriages, festivals etc. 

Bhaderwah also its native language ‘Bhaderwahi’ which was the language of about 50’000 people of Bhaderwah. 

Bhaderwahi Rajma (beans), Tomul(Rice), Karam(Spinach), Chaltoi, Kundi, Kasror etc are some local cuisines of Bhaderwah. 

Bhaderwah is an ideal place which includes camping and mountaineering. The people of Bhaderwah are very humble and provide good hospitality to the tourists. You would find various hotels, lodges etc here according to your needs. Many tourist attractions like Jai, Padri, Chinta Valley, Bhaderwah Fort, Chattergalla, Khellani Top, Soej Meadow, Tibba, Bhal Padri, Gupt ganga temple etc are waiting for you.

You are at the right place if you wants to visit Bhaderwah to spend a quality time with your friends and family. We are here to provide you the best facilities & a local guide in your service. 


Firstly you have to reach Jammu (various transportation modes are present)After that Bhaderwah can be easily accessed via road from Jammu and can be ready via below route:

  • Jammu to Udhampur – 65KM NH1A
  • Udhampur to Batote – 55KM NH1A
  • Batote to Pul Doda – 50KM NH1B
  • Pul Doda to Bhaderwah – 30KM

It will around take 6-7 hrs from Jammu as roads were nicely maintained.

Top 10 Places to Visit in Bhaderwah

1. Jai Valley

Jai Valley Bhaderwah

Jai Ghati is a pristine valley located at 2200 m above sea level. It’s a famous tourist destination located in Bhaderwah, Doda. It is located 32 Km North-East of Bhaderwah town. Being one of the most tourist visited site in Bhaderwah, Jai Valley have its own natural beauty as well as some artificial tourist attractions like Igloo huts, youth hostel etc. Every year about 50,000 tourists visits Jai Ghatti during summers. Jai Ghati is an ideal place for tourists which also includes camping and mountaineering. 

2. Padri Meadow

Padri Meadow Bhaderwah

Padri Meadow is located in Bhaderwah – Chamba National Highway which connects Bhaderwah with Himachal Pradesh. It is located 41Km North of Bhaderwah. Padri Meadow is a well known hub for adventure sports offers paragliding during summers & snow skiing during winters. The temperature of Padri remains low therefore visitors must carry woolens to enjoy the beauty of Padri even in summers.

3. Chatargalla Pass (Gulli Danda & Thanthera)

Chatargalla Pass, a beautiful meadow situated 33 Km away from Bhaderwah on Bhaderwah – Bani Road. This pass separates Bhaderwah of Doda district & Bani of Kathua district. During the journey from Bhaderwah to Chattargalla, two beautiful tourist spots came, one is Thanthera meadow, famous for herbal & medicinal plants and the second one is Gulli Danda which is famous for its lush greenery & beautiful weather.

4. Lake View Resort, Gatha

Best Places To Visit in Bhaderwah

An artificial tourist attraction with splendid view & facility of boating situated about 4Km away from Bhaderwah. A very wonderful and calm place at the bank of river, landscaping and water bodies are beautifully crafted. Guest rooms are nice and peaceful along with best food & hospitality. 

5. Soej Meadow

Soej Meadow Bhaderwah

Soej Meadow is considered one of the beautiful place in Jammu & Kashmir, also referred as “Crown of Bhaderwah”. Its distance is 10Km from Bhaderwah on foot, non availability of road makes the trekking more adventurous to the only official camping site of Bhaderwah. Snow covered Kailash (Kablas) Mountain is situation at its south flanked by a river emerging out. During Kailash yatra most of the people oftens to camp there during night. 

6. Bhaderwah Fort

Bhaderwah Fort Teligarh

Bhaderwah Fort is situated at a distance of about 3km from Bhaderwah. It was built by Maharaja Pahar Chand in 1733 & later it was converted into “house of prisoners” for freedom fighters in 1919.Later on it was converted into a heritage site , now turned out into one of the most popular tourist attraction in Bhaderwah. Inside this fort, an historic & sacred temple of goddess ” Bhaderkaali ” were present on which the name of the Bhaderwah (Bhaderkashi in old times) was found. Telligarh were also considered as a window or view point from where whole Bhaderwah is visible.

7. Gupt Ganga Temple

Gupt Ganga Temple Bhaderwah

A beautiful ancient temple of Lord Shiva is situated on the bank of river Neeru of Bhaderwah.As far as religion & historic point of view, it considers a great importance. A holy cave was present inside the temple(Gupt Ganga Cave) made by Pandavas during their agyaatvasa, other end (exit) of which is believed to open in Muttan (a place in Kashmir).

8. Chandi Mata Temple, Chinote


Chandi Mata Temple is one of the important pilgrimage site in Bhaderwah where devotees from different parts of India cames every year.The holy “Machail Yatra” to Paddar Machail starts from Chinote every year & it is believed to be that the yatra is uncompleted without the sight (darshan) of goddess Chandi Mata in Bhaderwah. 

9. Bhal Padri

Bhal Padri Bhaderwah

It lies at a distance of 4Km (on foot) from Padri meadow. Bhal Padri, a beautiful group of small valleys outside covered with dense forest. It joins the Bhaderwah with Bhallesa and considered to be one of the beautiful hill station present in the region.Various water streams flows through this valley & tribal people lives & graze their cattles during summers.

10. Nalthi Village

Nalthi Village Bhaderwah

It is situatied 5Km away from Bhaderwah. Walnut Garden & Himman Tourist Resort are the two main attractions of the village. Accommodations are reasonably priced & good hospitality in Himman Resort giving tourists a regal experience. Besides this,in rocks,an encraved Lord Hanumana temple was present there. 

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Leh Ladakh

The land which is UT in constitutional view is one of the best and most famous by its snow possessing light peaks, Towering highs of Monasteries, Amplified heights of deserts, no discrimination in religious beliefs, and most popular in trekking speculations welcomes you during any season of the year in Ladakh. With his own glamorous style and unique macrocosm is only away an hour from the Capital city of the country; Dehli through Air Route and can also be traversed on foot. The trekking destination is 5753m atop from the sea level with an area of about 59,146 Km.

Trekking to Ladakh is in the dream of everyone because while passing through the slender mountain passes, altitudinal mountain ranges, dessert Roads make Ladakh enough sound for the cause of trekking in the country if not in the world. The landscape has lovely points and extremes of nature, from dazzling blue waters to Hot deserts, from slithering sand dunes to nippy glaciers. A guy having Passion for trekking If missing Ladakh will feel sin without going there. 

Things to remember while going for trekking to Ladakh

  • While everyone loves to see trekking places near and clean, so whatever you use during this trekking stop their random throw on the surface.
  • As Ladakh has an alternating climate and Sensitive ecosystem, so you should physiological prepare yourself for those changes and conditions, with that your body will also secret Hormones
  • As Ladakh doesn’t contain a good quantity of the water so Be mindful, use convenient and reliable thermoses and don’t go for random toilets
  • Bring yourself with protective clothing and Sunscreen ointments because there you witness high intensified Sun rays, definitely, they will harm but clothes and sunscreen will protect you
  • Take yourself a good and strong stick , that will support you while walking altitudes and slippery slopes
  • Don’t load your bag with heavy content of things because while going towards high altitudes, heavyweights will tired you Fastly, which may hinder your trekking aim
  • Due to unrest between China and India, so for many areas, there is necessary of permission like Nubra Valley and Tso Moriri
  • Start your trekking with so e-travel agents and company so that you will feel ease and comfort upon un waiver condition.
  • Use regular Internet for proper paths and junctions , it will help too for destination

While Ladakh is popular for its landscape and ecocosm , so there are Number of destination for trekking but we will Provide light on famous ones.

#1 Nubra Valley

While landing and dwelling on this area, you will definitely pass through Purple colored mountain peaks. Utterly those views Vivify corners of the heart and replenish the feelings of the soul, which remain deactivated before this trip. Apart from this NUBRA is utmost famous in its ridges if sand, those look even more beautiful at sunset and sun dawn. While sunlight is pointing during sunrise, the long shadows of sand dunes solace of the interior gut and happiness osses eminently. While traversing through the long meadows and Shrines feels even more alluring than we have seen pictures on the Internet. 

Altitude : 5400 m 

Days : 5

Best Season :- May to October

Difficulty :- Moderate

#2 Markha Valley


The trekking starts from the spituk to zinchan tappers towards yurutuse with glomorous visual. With elevated high multiple altitudes and most famous Teahouse trekking routes makes destination spot reliable for the trekking. The very spot is mood alluring and beautiful picturesque as it’s uniqueness. This very spot also enters in the UT national park Hemis high altitude , visuals of endangered species magnitate and captivate trekking lads more intensily. This very trekking spot is overwhelmed by snow capped summits , earthy villages and picturesque heights. Within this destination spot trekker will witness spectacular visuals And splendid views of ranges.

Altitude : 5100 m 

Days : 8

Best Season :- May to September

Difficulty :- Moderate

#3 Sham Valley

While trekking towards the destination spot , you have to pass through the steep slopes and traffic lights but be well prepared for more elevated slopes. This very spot us very impressive and Popular for the home 11th century Buddhist Monetary and with high altitude golden statue of Lord Buddist. The very beautiful picturesque destination is named as ” Baby trek” , while for a biggner when he will pass through such beauty ladden paths , think him How nature has nurtured such a avenue land.

Altitude : 3735 m 

Days : 5

Best Season :- July to August

Difficulty :- More than moderate

#4 Lamayuru

The ascents of Breathless beauty of River passes , the dazzling lights of late night tent spots  and the Union of monetary Connection of different religious Sites forms a beautiful place lamayuru . The destination spot is surrounded by Craggy deserts with medium moonlight and the ladakh’s old gompa Allures more towards himself for trekking and visiting. The amazing linening of shrines and manuscription of pictures with human bones making it more captivate for the cause of trekking , really appreciative in view.

Altitude : 3510 m 

Days : 6

Best Season :- January to Feburuary

Difficulty :- More than moderate

#5 Rumtse to TSO Moriri

This is the most genial and Andrew sites of trekking in the whole Ladakh if not in the whole country. The spot possess the utmost famous and wild treks with high altitudes . If you are begginer of the For the impressive trekking then this very destination is effective on you. The spot is full of different landscapes and With multi colours and textures. It contains many cold , chilly deserts and beautiful moonscape lakes. This very spot is full of yaks and goats which sooth even more by there flock getherings. Upon reaching there , if you are lucky spend few moments with the nomads , you will definitely remember that very moment in your life and if more luck then sip a Butter Tea in the yak tent. This very trek ends at the lake of tso moriri.

Altitude : 5000 m 

Days : 6

Best Season :- July to September

Difficulty :- More than moderate

#6 Stok Kangrii

This very Spot is Perfect for those lads , who have ist monterring trekking Over high altitude Himalayas . According to reports the Destination range is not perfect for the trekking but too better to get experience for sinking animation of trekkings . This very Spot will guide and provide you guidelines for the future trekking and mounterring of high altitudes. After all you will realise that such course had learned me worth teachings for the process of trekking. Apart from this benefactory course , you will peer reviews of snowscaped mountains and valleys overwhelmed by the ambiance of white sheet which dazzle more in moonlight. At this spot will face Chilly and hard Lashing winds and  slippery slopes so crampous are utter , before further riding have Proper Rest , so that you will retain power.

Altitude : 6000 m 

Days : 8

Best Season :- Winter

Difficulty :- Tough

#7 Hemis to Padum

Utterly this very place is famous for its Monastery , Which ritualed Buddhist dances . However the beginning paths towards this spot are difficult but with high passion and dedication for trekking make them easy while passing through the different topography of pastures , Shallow and deep River gorges and fast moving streams by passing through high mountain ranges of Karakorum , siding behind markha and Zanskar valleys.

Altitude : 5000 m 

Days : 8

Best Season :- June – July

Difficulty :- Moderate

#8 Spituk to Stok

This very valley is somewhat different from the rest of the Ladakh hotspot destination because it’s deep black in outer show and witnesses most of the heritage monasteries , like the Royal palace established by the Ladhakhii craftsman in 1820 , now replaced as heritage hotel . The meandering Paths tapers towards the site of Namgyal dynasty. However this very spot ends the Leg with the steep slope Stok la starts from spituk position.

Altitude : 4855 m 

Days : 3

Best Season :- May – June

Difficulty :- Moderate

#9 Pandum to Darcha

The former capital of the valley zansker Kingdom , follows through nipping yaks , High altitude mountains , slender peaks and roaring streams . This very spot is shallow in its altitude and Expert motorcyclist can clamour the highways passing through Manali , however the Neighboring State borders are enough close especially HP , a man can surpass those Borders if passionable by foots  but that lad should ensure his eyes on security settings. While going on foot it will take you nights or you may face certain stops . Have a safe stay in the homes of Respective locals , sip n bit few delicious food therein.

Altitude : 3690 m 

Days : 9

Best Season :- May – August

Difficulty :- Easy

#10 Chadar Frozen River

Chadar Trek

Everyone is knowable about ladakh’s temperature , with such temperature so few areas are unreachable through Roads, Chadar River is one among those areas. For Arrive in that very spot ,trekkers must have to follow the Route through the Remote Zanskar regions , over the Frozen Areas and then it’s attainable otherwise it tough to Reach the. Join the few days with the slippery slopes , Risky topography and pristine icefalls even more Ice hanging gorges make it more memorable in the life of the trekker. The area is temperature dropping upto -30°c so be aware to beat such temperature with your suit and warmth Process.

Altitude : 4250 m 

Days : 8

Best Season :- Winter

Difficulty :- More than moderate

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If you are planning a trip to India or within India, Kolkata is a city you should definitely keep on your checklist. It is definitely a city that will change your heart and the way you think. It’s not the city of glamour or glitz. But it has its soul. Through the iconic Howrah bridge, the football matches, the friendly tea discussions, and the overall art and culture here, you will be charmed like no other. Very much resembling a mysterious lady who beckons you to partake in her secrets, you will be lost in Kolkata before you know it! So are you intrigued yet?

Here is the list of 35 amazing places you should visit at least while you are in Kolkata.

1. Victoria Memorial

It is a delightful White Marble structure which started in its construction in 1906 and was finished by 1921. While it initially got recognized with devoting a remembrance to Queen Victoria of Britain, it has now transformed into a historical center that draws in various individuals because of its dazzling design and show. The angel on top of the architecture beckons all tourists to check this slice of history out.

2. Howrah Bridge

How can you visit Kolkata and not visit the iconic Howrah bridge? It was developed in 1943 supplanting the Pontoon Bridge and is made of steel. Because of the gigantic fame that the scaffold has, vacationers from distant locations abroad travel to Kolkata just to visit the astounding extension.  It is definitely one of its kind and is the one true landmark every mode of entertainment uses when it wants to portray Kolkata.

3. Botanical Garden

Want to enjoy  a walk in the midst of nature with the help of science? Want to see astounding amrvels like the biggest Banyan tree? Recently known as the Calcutta Botanical Garden, the nursery was set up in 1786. It is spread more than 270 sections of land of land. The current name of the nursery is Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanical Garden.

4. Prinsep Ghat

You visit the Howrah Bridge but not the beautiful ghat beneath it? Impossible!  Princep Ghat is one of the most beautiful and romantic locations beyond the Howrah Bridge. Whether you come here for the long walks for the delicious snacks or for quiet contemplative silence, this place will inspire you like no other. Also you can get a romantic boat ride down here watching the banks and the bridge in tow.

5. Eco Park

Do you want a new location for relaxation? At the point when you’re searching for your relaxation day out; the New Town Eco Park spread more than 480 sections of land is probably the best spot to visit in Kolkata. It is a recreational zone with sufficient open air exercises to appreciate with the family. Whatever exercises include: Ice Skating or multi-cycling. Whatever tikles your fancy, you will get it here! The recreation center highlights a gigantic ice-skate field, and everybody can take an interest in the equivalent.

6. Fort William

Fort William is named after King Williams and is one of the most famous spots to visit in Kolkata. The site was worked in 1696, where the developers utilized blocks and mortar to put this on the map stronghold. Strangely, the port has a sum of 6 entryways, to be specific; WaterGate, Saint Georges, Treasury Gate, Plassey, and Chowringhee.

7. Jorasanko Thakurbari

It would be rather incomplete if you cant visit the house of Asia’s first nobel laureate! As the name recommends the Tagore’s home is situated in Jorasanko in North Kolkata. History has it that the house was the place the well known Indian  poet and writer, Rabindranath Tagore, was conceived. Furthermore, the spot was the safe house for Mr. Tagore until his sad death in 1941. There’s no better historical center to become familiar with the long history of the Tagore family than the house they lived in. 

8. Mother Teresa House

Another nobel laureate who made her life’s work to serve the poor, Mother Teresa House will inpire you with higher feelings. The spot was the home of India’s most notable individual, Mother Teresa. Due to the incredible puppet she was, her home currently has definitely gotten one of the most looked for spots to visit in Kolkata. The structure can be handily distinguished due to its dim shading, just as earthy colored windows.

9. Marble Palace

Marble Palace is an amazingly eminent maisonette situated in Kolkata, along the Babu road, India. As one can properly figure, the castle is among the couple of residual structures of the nineteenth century. Worked in neoclassical style, the chateau keeps on being the habitation of the beneficiaries of the King. It belonged to the rich traders  who were in good connection with the British, The opulence will dazzle you. To give you a grand foundation of the house, it is encircled by rich green yards and lovely wellsprings. Exhibitions run in the midst of the gardens of the house which show aesthetic sculptures, representations, mirrors, crystal fixtures and artworks made by English, Dutch and Italian craftsmen. It might intrigue you to realize that the chateau additionally houses a private zoo.

10. Dakshineswar Kali Temple

Feeling like you need a  little faith and devotion? Visit Dakshineswar sanctuary situated in West Bengal, India is a typical for celebrations, for example, Yatra, Snana, Kalpataru Day, and Kali Puja. Moreover, the sanctuary was begun by Rani Rashmoni in the nineteenth century. The sanctuary accepts the Bengal design, a sum of three stories. Irrespective of caste, it is  a holy place dedicated to treat everyone who seeks the Divine goddess’ blessings equally.

11. Alipore Zoological Gardens

Want to have a pinic day with animals and frolic? Visit Alipore Zoo. Alipore Zoological Gardens is situated in Alipore Kolkata, West Bengal. The nurseries involve an aggregate of more than 46 sections of land and houses near 1266 creatures. This zoological nursery is among the most seasoned zoological parks in India today.

12. St. Paul’s Cathedral

St. Paul’s Cathedral is an enormous Anglican Cathedral. It might intrigue you to realize that the Cathedral is the mother of the bigger Diocese of Kolkata. The congregation was blessed in 1697, more than three centuries back.

The Indo-Gothic type of engineering is one of the main things that one notification, in the house of prayer.

13. Elliot Park

Elliot Park is a tremendous park that possesses an absolute territory of almost 90,000 square feet. It might intrigue you to realize that Tata Steel built the recreation center. The recreation center comprises of a few walk-throughs, cafés, galleries just as outlets. Additionally, the recreation center is effectively available as it is situated at the focal point of the city.

14. Rabindra Sarobar

It is one of the most appealing and quiet places in the city making it a typical spot for individuals to go for strolls or ponder. Moreover, it is likewise a decent canvas for individuals intrigued by naturalistic photography.

15. South Park Cemetery

Opened in 1767, it contains a blend of burial places, cenotaphs and tombs secured by a block divider. The burial ground contains some of the graves having a place with acclaimed military and political figures like Sir William Jones, Sir Elijah Impey, Walter Landor Dickens (Son of Charles Dickens), and the sky is the limit from there. Green greeneries and plants spread the vast majority of the burial ground and give a creepy setting to the spot.

16. Birla Planetarium

Birla Planetarium is India’s greatest planetarium that includes the biggest projection of the night sky in the arch theater. The structure has one story and has a plan that concurs with the Buddhist Stupa. It was built in 1963 and now fills in as a gallery. Initiation of the planetarium was finished by the then Prime Minister of India, Sri Jawaharlal Nehru. Birla Planetarium is among the biggest planetariums in the mainland of Asia.

17. Eden Gardens

The Eden Gardens is claimed by the Cricket Association of Bengal and has a limit of 66000. It is intriguing to realize that the nurseries facilitated the World cup in 1987 after it got redesigned to grow its ability from 40,000 to 94,000. It might stun you to discover that the arena is currently more than 150 years of age.

18. Nakhoda Masjid

The Nakhoda mosque has an all out limit of 10,000, and was worked at an absolute expense of Rs. 1,500,000 to be fabricated. Kuchhi Memon Jamat is the engineer of this heavenly mosque. It might intrigue you to realize that the mosque has a complete height of 151 feet. Also, there are 25 littler minarets extending from 100 feet to 117 feet in stature.

19. Indian Museum

Indian Museum is among the most established exhibition halls on the planet. It was built up in 1814, by the Asiatic Society of Bengal in Kolkata. The historical center has a lot of decorations, fossils, trimmings, reinforces just as mummies. Likewise, the exceptional structure has an aggregate of four exhibitions that are committed to regular history as well as zoological data. In the event that you’re looking for profound verifiable data, at that point this is among the best places to visit in Kolkata.

20. Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist Temple

Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist Temple is usually known as Kolkata’s Japanese Buddhist Temple. This Buddhist sanctuary is a home to the acclaimed priest, Bhikshu Morita. He is known to be a section in halting the 1992 collective uproars by reciting ‘Nam Myo Ho Ren Ge Kyo’, as a mantra for harmony.

21. Belur Math

Belur Math is a famous sanctuary with an eminent structure that displays various religions, for example, Christianity, Hindu, Buddhism, just as Islam. The various shows represents solidarity as far as religion. Belur Math fills in as the operational hub of the Ramakrishna development. The one of a kind element is that the spot seems as though a mosque, just as a sanctuary, and furthermore a congregation, simultaneously.

22. Tipu Sultan Mosque

Tipu Sultan Mosque is among the most established superb mosques everything being equal. Development of this extensive mosque finished in 1842, and the spot of love has an amazing limit of 1000. Sovereign Ghulam Mohammed is the man behind the stunning structure of the Tipu Sultan mosque.

23. Nehru’s Children’s Museum

As the name proposes, the Nehru’s Children’s Museum is a unique spot that is completely devoted to adolescents. The exhibition hall was set up in 1972 and has various antiquated expressions and specialty gear for the children. Furthermore, the spot gives kids a chance to have a ton of fun by taking an interest in challenges.

24. Science City

Science City is one of the most favored science habitats in the city. The science park is under the administration of the National Council of Science Museums with its headquarter situated in Kolkata itself. The spot holds various sorts of displays dependent on different science points. From the aquarium to the different time zones of history, it has all 

25. Birla Industrial and Technological Museum

Birla Industrial and Technological Museum is an administration claimed exhibition hall, built in 1954. The historical center is science-based and has more than 100 staff working there.It falls under the service of culture.

26. Millenium Park

Millenium Park is a famous exclusive park situated in Kolkata along Strand Road. This stunning park outskirts the celebrated Hooghly stream. You’ll be excited to discover that the recreation center reaches out to up to 2.5 kilometers. Obscure to many, the Millennium Park gets named after the Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority.

27. Sabarna Sangrahashala

The Sabarna Sangrahashala was built in the memory of the most seasoned zamindars who dwelled in Kolkata, known as the Sabarna Roy Choudhury family. The exhibition hall was begun in 2015 to bring issues to light of the substance of appropriate safeguarding of wellsprings of verifiable data.

28. Kumartuli

Want to see beautiful craft of idols being painted and created right before your eyes. Kumartuli is one such amazing place. Here you will find tourists and artisans in tandem. The city’s biggest festival of Durga Puja always gets its idols from here.

29. General Post Office

General Post Office is the principle post office in West Bengal. The mail station’s development commenced in 1864 and finished in 1868. It might intrigue you to realize that Mr. Walter B. Grenville was the planner of the mail station. The most obvious element of this mail station is the domed rooftop, which goes up to 220 feet.

30. Aquatica

Aquatica is a famous hotel that sits upon an absolute zone of 75000 square feet. The water park includes a few recreational offices, for example, slides and themed rides. You’ll be glad to realize that the water resort additionally includes numerous sumptuous rooms to oblige both single explorers just as huge families.

31. Wet O Wild

Wet O Wild is a typical amusement joint with extraordinary recreational offices. A portion of the pleasant exercises incorporate wave pooling, viewing the Niagara falls, twirl riding, body sliding just as sluggish stream ride. You’ll likewise see a colossal cylinder like structure that prompts a counterfeit pool of water.

32. Writers Building

Essayists’ Building is a celebrated structure of West Bengal’s administration. The structure has a complete length of 150 meters and stretches the whole piece of the Lal Dighi lake. It might intrigue you to realize that Thomas Lyon was the designer of this magnificent creation.

33. Chinatown

Want to have authentic Indian Chinese as the mox of two beautiful cultures come from the time of Chinese refugees who made their home here. Join for an early morning breakfast and a Kali mandir where the prasad is literally noodles!

34. Park street

Want to go to the most hip and happening place in the city? Go to Park street. Lavish restaurants, beautiful places, great artists, amazing shops everything you need in one place.

35. Gariahat

You cannot plan Kolkata without visiting it’s most iconic street shopping destination. Here you can find everything and anything with a great bargain!

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Ladakh in History

Going through studies of the history , the documentation of books mostly grow in the 7th and 8th century and in the same Epoch Tibetization of ladakh begins and it was assumed that ladakh as the part of Tibet. Because in the Ladakh land , the most popular and developing cultures were similar and alike of the Tibet, with this view populace called it as the part of the Tibet. However the Tibetan culture show well growth and pronounced influence on the populace of the land which make them more cohornt towards the Tibet. Up to the 9th century , Tibetans Heavily and Key roles in the lands of the ladakh. During that time Yarlung Dynasty had good grip on the adjust Borders of the Ladakh . After them Muslim kingdom allied itself with China , which clasp the gears of Tibet to extend its military into the Ladakh land. At the same time ladakh came beneath the Govt of Ralpacan and high energetic and Buddhist king . He ignited the Measures of the Buddhism and support it well until it concreted in the lands of ladakh. When Ralpacan brother came into power , He gained large following in the Tibet due to alike in the cultural views and His assassination concreted the Buddhism in the land. However after work time when Lang Darms died , the living assail and population support shallower towards Buddhism. Ultimately ladakh become free from the Tibetan devote and Become free , then ruled by local Ruler.

During the 10th century , many religious and cultural beliefs were initiated and followed by the populace practices . In the year 1553 , when strong and strict Ruler Namgral dynasty( singe dynasty) came and ruler ladakh upto 17th century , due to his house power nature and towering energetic he was called as “Lion king” . The most popular contributions , which he fanced in the ladakh are , by building shrines , Palaces and Lucrative monasteries.

When the Singe King deceased , His whole Was bifarcated and then divided into his successors later named as “ladakh” His successor the Deldan Namgyal ruled ladakh upto 1705 and build Golden Buddha at shey. He has done many agreements and alliances with the kings of Kashmir and Tibet . In the 18th century Mughals came into power and assessnated the ladakh and ruled it for Less time , when they fade from ladakh , karakh land occupied by Tibetans . In the same Epoch the prints of Sikh Rules are came an evident and build there Party over j and k Also. After the Sikh ruler in 1834 , the Dogra Ruler came and invaded ladakh , control taken into  Briton hands and capture it , mapped in the land of Jammu and Kashmir.

Ladakh : New Moonlight Home

The estate territory which is full of super Fanatical captivating decorum of terrainces , sojourn visitation and entertaining populace with fascinating culture attains it’s name between two great Himalayan ranges the Great mightest Himalayans and Karakorum range , aslanted with other two ranges Ladakh range and Zanskar range is LADAKH . The avenue Is the land to plethora Of towering ways , Antecedent and cultural lakes , Extravagant and Drifting Rivers , transparent and accountable Ultimatums , Beautous and cheerful green views , Old cultures and Scintillating with Hustle adventures . All these scenes look even more magnetic , during the Moments of moonlight in the Middle of night. , Wow…! So fabulous.

The chemistry of allurement and Captivation Fiscinates more in the areas of Nubra Valley , Diskit village , Pangong tso and many other areas as well . While ladakh is known for its beauty in the moonscape , will gladden you in its diversiform cultures , unpredictable temperature and precipitation and provoking life of livings. Tapering from Greater Himalayas to Kunlun valley , ladakh Was the part of Jammu and Kashmir state now a separate UT part. How amazing the most part of the ladakh valley is meagre of habitation and sparsely inhabited extends on the land of about 3000kms huge from the sea level and 86 , 408 square kilometres. It seems ladakh is endowed with High intensity tourism Chemistry , which are highly appreciated to quench the ideas of Adventures and trekking tours. The Travel avenue and destination had been made more sensitive and confidential by the Romote locations and alternate views. The limitless possibilities of trekking tours In Ladakh region bears lot of Lavishly places , Towering mountain ranges , Little grass Growths , even more lucrative are cultural and antecedent lakes which soup more light to the beauty of adventure. There are many adventure buffs possessed by the ladakh but the Most compassionate captivating and joy confering amoung them are , the Chadar trek is most popular for it’s correct and corresponding services , it’s also so specific for its Stature river rafting. With its divinity the Respective authority is Helding annual rafting competition , starts from the Nimmu village to Aside of Leh. One more feature that overwhelms tourists with joy and excitement is Climbing of mountains , which Durables the Health and happiness of Tourists.

The place which possess such astonishing views and prejudice adventures is not short of most popular and nerve wrecking game , that motor riding . Aften felt as one of breathe taking enthusiasms , motor riding possess it’s excellence so high n intensified in the land of Ladakh. However due to usual possessiveness towards this Riding , many participants have declared there names in these sessions and have Renounced the High astute sounds in ladakh vicinity , many more have made records and super excitements. 

While Ladakh’s high aptitude of Tourism destination , it’s the land of Buddist Pilgrimage  by witnesses many stupas and destinations of Buddhas very easy to assess and difficult to recomte. The Residences and Religious communities are full of ancient artecture and Rich in historical memories. However many of those Monasteries are seen during the trekking to high altitudes because those can be nestled between the Rocks , many are sandwiched or protruded their. The beautiful scenes of The Ladakh Region are closely related to the Respective festival celebrations.

Onset of the end season of sowing seeds , the celebrations of the Cultural and Religious are witnessed in every vicinity of the area with high enthusiasm. The most popular festivals in the Ladakh are Hemis festival , Matho festival etc etc . The Special feature about Ladakhies is they  celebrate even small things with High astute and intensity , makes them great n joyful. 

Ladakh is the only land Which is highly enigmatic in all spheres of its geography as well as physical appearance  like glimpse of nature , Display of rare forests and Altitude mountain ranges. 

Oh…!!! A well astonishing Combo is revealed about Ladakh ….”” Ladakh is the only avenue where a man can sit in the sunlight will feel both sunstroke and Frostbite simultaneously””This displays that how amazing and mixed Nature of assail cults their ,  really the fact to sooth the nature and canopy of the assail that surrounds .The best And very pretty view towards Ladakh and especially Nubra valley is , the high perforated Snow capped mountains , the Chill breezes of cold deserts , smoothie and running streams , relishing Meadows enhances the Beauty and assail of Environ. The most instantly infutuating areas are the high altitude lakes regions , exquisite High stunning surroundings and smooth flaunts of water Voices, which quech the tiredness and value the strength gracefully.

As we are very excited to enjoy the nature and everyone Wana pot them in their memory by means of photography , The low inhabited land for fade our hunger of photography because those areas are free from contamination and congestion which elast their Beauty and smoothness . The Extraneous glamorous Areas , many more Rivers even more Exciting lands  elate every one’s feelings and possess Living Nature in the Photography. In Ladakh everything has its own captivative and extragalactic beauty , which catches everyone’s heart and soul . It’s the home of many wildlife conservations also , the Hemis High altitude , provides home to snow leopard and many other wild animals and plants in its visinity makes karakh even more attractive and magnetic in nature. Indeed Ladakh also witnesses the world’s second coldest desert Drass about the temperature of -65°c. In short Ladakh is Lucrative and more captivative for the ourtings and tour.

Attractions of Leh more coincidal to Ladakh

The blessed mountains , with tight blue sky , meagre but Relishing meadows , the queering rivers , amusing lakes and intensified altitudes Is the nature of the District of Ladakh the LEH . Their is straight paralleness in the Beauty of LEH and LADAKH . Both renounce their names in the list of most popular Destinations of adventure and unwavering nature. While visiting Either of the two places , you will face lifestyle challenges , Serendipity with high lull in the nature voices , mismerising Voices of wavering nature in high altitudes , which make them more allure and captivative . In short satisfy , gratitude and provide pleasure to your interior to large extent. After Karakh , LEH Confers you the receipt of High defined adventure , Fanciful and High CapricIOUs nature . The basic and premise thing about LEH is , it’s as magnetic as Ladakh , You should join the outing trip to Leh simultaneously with LADAKH.

Why to visit Leh Ladakh

The province which is Exclusively Solitary in its Natural scenery and depiction of physical chemistry and whose Naked mountains enhance the beauty of the nature to high power of attraction. Such land which is the home of many adventures and Expedition of Riding. Contains lot many climbing mountains , trekking avenue that protrudes not only enjoyment but sorted bundles of power and energy. When you walk On that very land , you feel confident and comfort because your subscription walks are on the pouffy frozen rivers alongside White River rafting. The Breath taking cold chills and nerve wrecking meadows aside with alpine rivers and lakes ,buzzes the beauty of nature , captivates populace of the world from different parts .

Road Tapering towards Ladakh


The most fabulous and captivating tourist destination Which catches the tourist from different parts of world can Reach the Respective spot either through by Road , Railways and by Air Route. Through Roads , Ladakh remains Congested during the summer season of the year but this doesn’t remain like possessive through out year because during winters congestion remains Sparse due to high snowfall and bad Wheather .Through Roads Ladakh Remains getable only through NH 1 and through Zuji la but remains shut in winter due to heavy snow  and avalanches. lift Sumos and Buses are readily available from kargil . Also the cheap way to reach ladakh from Delhi is : Pick bus from Dehli to Shimla , after then pick comfortable Vechile from Shimla ( chandergrah to Manali) to Leh , then take Well comfortable taxi from LEH to Respective spot , this very journey is very famous taking taste and Andrew adventures(Unfortunately from Srinagar to Ladakh their is no specific vechile system from any authority)

Detailed structure of Road from Srinagar to Ladakh 

When you arrive at Srinagar Airport , take the taxi or Sumo Start your journey towards Sonmarg Road , which is about 78 Kms long will take about 2hrs in the normal speed ( this is also called Meadow of Gold ) then arrived at Sonamarg. Then Restarting this journey passing through Zoji la and deep drass valley Towards kargil by crossing the kargil war peaks ( ToloLing and Lingering projections of Animations and equipments) recaths the memories of Kargil war , arrive safely at Kargil. This is about 125kms and will take 5 hrs in normal speed and safe driving. 

Now Gear the journey towards Leg from your Kargil Spot, which is about 218kms long And will take 5 hrs , this Very road is some what smooth and easy to drive . During this period you will come across Alchi Monastery and Indus zanskar confluence and many more adventurous Stories .Now from LEH , you may go towards NUBRA valley , which is about 115kms away and will take 5-6hrs Vai khardungla pass through Motorable Road which is about 18, 380 ft  in altitude from the sea level . This Roadal also come across through two specific villages I.e Deskit and Hunder , the popularity among them is they contain double humped camel and cel safari and you arrived at Numbra (also known as valley of flowers).Or you may go towards Pagong Which is about 154kms away from LEH and may take 6hrs to arrive their accurately after safe and normal drive. Named so as their is a specific Lake in that area called as pagong lake via Changla pass (altitude height 17, 350 ft) 3rd most moratable in the world . After reaching their enjoy the charming flavours of nature on the banks of pagong lake as it’s situated about 4,270ft from the sea level With length of about 134kms touching the borders of China. The specificity about this lake is , despite being as saline lake it’s frozen Completely during winter and it’s water is so clear and clean It reflects the whole blue colour of the sky whementaly.In the LEH , you will enjoy the beauty of Religious and cultural heritage palaces , thikney Gonpa , Genus Gonpa and many more things.

From Manali to Leh

The distance between Manali to leh is approximately 473kms and will take 14-15hrs of time in normal and accessible speed reach Leh by taking durable rests. You will come across many Popular terrains and smooth areas which will capture your heart. Also the ways are not shot of snow capped mountains , Chilly mountains and flourshing Beauty of the Regions. While going through these Regions you will come across Popular passes of ladakh , Their amazing sight and scenery Of adventure make them accessible for the whole cause process.Best time to go through this accessable Road is June to September , Fortunately the Govt authorities Make clearance of this road from beginning of the month March. Starting from Manali towards LEH ,you will ist reach Rohtang which is extreme in its entirety then Gramphu , after then your presence will be felt in the area of kokhsar , then Keylong. Then Darcha , Nakee laa , pang and Gya . With a deep pass across from these areas Finally you will reach Upshi and Karu , these two places are very close the Destination LEH , therein you feel the comfort of the LEh and will navegable your nature towards sooth producing things . 

By Train

The Jammu Railway station is convenient nearby railway station of the Ladakh , it’s multi pronged station and is connected and accessable to all the Developed cities of the Country , which means from any metropolitan city Tourist can take lift from His/Her Respective home to Jammu station easily and efficiently. From this Station means Jammu , their is no specific Bus service for the LEH or LADAKH , but from Jammu to Srinagar are tourism buses are available not direct to the LeH and Ladakh . Therefore Respective tourism authority buses( Or SRTC buses) take  passengers upto Kargil but unfortunately not to Leh or Ladakh which impairs a bit in journey. So from Jammu Passengers have to Traverse Through Anantnag then to Srinagar across NH 1 highway , the Blissful thing about this journey is , Roads are smooth and Clear , which eases Journey duration.

By Air

The Kushok Bakula airport in Leh is most convenient and adjust airport of Tourist spot ladakh , arriving on this airport passengers feel pleasure and privilege to join The tourist attractions quickly. From studies it has been announced that , it’s the Most commercial airport Across world And is about 10,682 fts above sea level . This airport is multi pronged in airways, planes from different parts are landed on this Runway. After Arrival tourists can take taxi or Car easily to reach Respective destination and can make arrangements easily for accommodation.

Best Time to Visit Ladakh

Ladakh experiences only two types of seasons in its annual year ; Summer and winter. Well transport system and adventure enthusiasm has made ladakh better Destination accessable for both the seasons . Situated on the high altitude and Extraordinary conditions for joy and enjoyment most populace like to tour during summer from June to September and good percentage of trekking and climbing lovers challenge ourselves and tour in winter form October to March. It means it’s getable in both the seasons of the year .

During Summer

The Summer season Starts from the mid of the month May and the snow is on the verge vof melting. During this period ladakh don’t witness enough number of tourists untill Mid June . The temperature seems very pleasant and smooth about 30° or a bit more. Visitors like to join ladakh sceneries during the month of July to August because temperature of the Respective area had cleared the snow Roads by melted and the Climate Seems congenial and pleasant , which captivates them intensely. 

During Winter

The winter season of the ladakh is more extended than the summer season , the nipping and severe Cold Starts from the October upto the March . In this period the in flow of tourists seems sparse and congestions are less . But the nerve wrecking and breathe taking high snow capes and adventurous scenes don’t let Those Souls away who are lovers of these things , captivate them and find them Enough Reasons to join ladakh. Especially the Chandar treks in Zanskar Region magnets their soul and enthusiasm of trekking to join the confluence with others at this nerve wrecking spot. Due to low temperature upto -15° , The seasonal snow and oosed water freezes on the roads , which meagres the travellers to reach spot. That’s why the congestion of tourists are sparse in the winter season. Shallow dip in the Temperature , frozens lakes and Rivers too hardly and also didn’t make motarable routes accessable. Manali LEH and Srinagar LEH Roads are also clasped Because of winter frozen conditions. 
While reaching hotspot destination of tourism LEH and LADAKH , The land of adventurous Exertions , the land of River rafting ,the land popular for camping and riding and the land famous for Rich in Religious monasteries , Arts And antecedent cultures. This very land is more famous in Ancient Cultures , Simple life and high wildlife conservations. Reaching their will ignite your interior for trekking And will replete your passion comprehendly . Different types of snow covered peaks and Towering altitude mountains will fade your hunger for the photography and videography services. The camel safari will complete your passion for the New adventurous activity and Hunt for again. Many other valleys will Knock your interior for more travels and tours..

Leh Ladakh Tour in 2020 and 2021

From the Inception of the year 2020 , everything seems not sane and Sound for the whole world as same for the Ladakh as well . Because in this year , from one side whole world including ladakh is inundated into the fatal and baneful contagious illness CoVID and from other side , ladakh is inaurgably sandwiched into indo China tension , clasping of this tension seems to be unending in this year. While during the adventurous and enjoyments , the things that make these two things more exciting are congestions and close to and fro talks but unfortunately these conditions are against the preciousnary measures of contagious illness CoVID . So if we don’t follow measures , it will halt us more . No congestions and other things of enjoyments will not clasp the tourism wholly but will definitely quench the pleasure and privilege of the joy and enjoyment. Which will not sooth us perfectly as we get primarily (means without CoVID ). So it’s hard to beat the CoVID wave without taking preciousnary measures or joinings congestions. Also presently india is in 2nd wave of contagious disease , which will not be short without fatal properties.On other side , there is straight and high intensity tension on the borders between India and China . Which is definitely high Dangerous in joining ladakh. The most thoughtful and mind throbing keenness is , the tension is close the hotspot tourist destination ladakh , which will protrude not only fair in the populace of tourists but also will Slough the beauty of enjoyment from the tourist destination. Which seems less living and mixed in the nature of joy pleasure

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Top 50 travel destinations in India one must experience:

Often in our life, we feel saturated with the daily pattern of the same routine that we are bound to follow, the one that comes with numerous and onerous responsibilities. With the current scenario of a rife crisis, we are stuck at home performing all the necessary tasks at hand with little to no interaction with the natural world that resides two steps away. It has indeed introduced a great deal of inertness and emptiness in our lives, barring us from expressing our true social nature. In this article, we shall be discussing about some of the wonders of India that you can travel to for a rich experience.

1. Ladakh

The majestic view of the deep blue sky, with picturesque valleys and the snow-capped mountains is undeniably one of the best locations in India that presents with a natural serenity. The places of attraction include Pangong Lake, Hemis Monastery and Nubra Valley.

2. Varanasi

Spirituality resembles the ambience of this ancient city. The most notable of this city is the ‘Ganga Arti’, a luminous ceremony of river Ganges which sees hundreds of floating lamps on the river and rituals witnessed by a huge crowd on Dashashwamedh Ghat.  

3. Kashmir:

Well known for its natural beauty, this heaven on earth truly deserves its moniker. Try the pristine rivers and breath- taking mountains staring down at you with all its wonder. 

4. Rajasthan: Udaipur, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer 

If you are in Rajasthan, you have to visit these three cities. Starting from the magnificent palaces to the gorgeous sand dunes and its trademark entertainment, Rajasthan will transport you into a fairy land where you are the ruler! 

5. Rann of Kutch

Have you ever wanted to have a rustic village experience? Want to watch the moon standing on white sand enveloped in natural grandeur of nature. Then you definitely must travel here!  

6. Amritsar

Be it the Golden Temple, the famous hospitality and the general beauty of this city, Amritsar will give you endless reasons to visit and soak in the charm of this place. 

7. Delhi

If history is something that intrigues you , then this is indeed the place to be.  With forts and palaces and modern skyscrapers all together, Delhi is nothing but a delight! 

8. Agra

Its unprecedented Mughal grandeur is enough to bring tourists running to this gorgeous one of a kind place. 

9. Aurangabad

The mesmerizing ‘Ajanta & Ellora’ caves with its centuries old carvings and architecture will simply astound you here. 

10.  Meghalaya

India is incomplete without its seven sisters. Come here and visit the man-made artistic splendours here that make this a gorgeous place! 

11.  Sikkim

Its breathtaking natural vistas and monasteries are all the reasons you need to visit this state. 

12. West Bengal

Welcome to Darjeeling, Kolkata and Sunderbans – the trifecta of the mountain, the plains and the sea. What more could you need?

13. Mysore

Want to feel like a Nawab? This city will fulfill your dreams. From amazing gastronomic experiences to opulent palaces this has everything you need. 

14. Kerala

Spirituality and nature together made Kerala the beauty that she is. With its backwaters and temples and so much more to offer , Kerala makes you experience the deeper things in life. 

15. Andaman & Nicobar

Do not underestimate these little islands. Well known for its pristine beauty and array of water sports as well as the grim history of the cellular jail, this is another must visit. 

16. Chadar – The Frozen River Trek

How frequently does one brag about strolling on a solidified waterway in a fanciful goal? Stepped as one of the most exciting encounters in Ladakh for an experience fan, the Chadar trek course associates towns in the Zanskar valley somewhere down in the mountains with Chilling and the solidified Zanskar River.

17. Manali-Leh Road Trip

The ‘World renowned hub’ of all travels in India, the Manali-Leh Highway has consistently been a top pick. Be it for the gatherings or solo voyagers, this course surpasses some other exploring trips in India. All – you have to do: get prepared for some experience, hit the street and arrive here!

18. Markha Valley Trek

At the point when we want to split away from the day by day life, the main thing that rings a bell is going out on a trek. So while you are visiting Ladakh then this is one the most preferred trek which you should go for!

19. Rishikesh

If you want to feel the warmth of religion coupled with the harsh but beautiful terrain of the mountains, here is the place to be.

20. Manali

I realize this is the spot you have been unquestionably looking for. All things considered, here it is, with the snow-topped mountains, falling cascades and the tranquil valleys Manali is outstanding amongst other traveler places in India. Whether it be the buddy road trips you have been looking for or a solo long trip, this is the place to be!

21. Jim Corbett Wildlife Safari

Tired of concrete jungles? Here is the perfect solution for you! Presently, is an ideal opportunity to experience the wild with your closest companion. To associate along with nature and its hypnotizing manifestations and reinforce the bond you share, visit the Jim Corbett National Park.

22. Har Ki Doon Trek

Who doesn’t cherish the mountains? Also, when we talk about mountains the main thing that strikes our psyche is trekking.

23. Pushkar

Viewed as one of the most established city in India which comprise of intriguing extras of a past time, Pushkar is an absolute necessity visit for you.

24. Dharamshala

. Well this is unquestionably the best spot for you. At the head of the Kangra lies an astonishing spot Dharamshala. Its spirituality, hospitality and raw beauty will astonish you.

25. Spiti Valley

Prevalently known as the ‘Little Tibet’ , the Spiti valley is situated in the middle of Tibet and India. This characterizes its name ‘Spiti’, which implies the ‘Center Land’.

26. Auli

The greater part of you who have been contemplating visiting the Garhwal Mountains this is the ideal possibility for you. Simply head out for an excursion to the mesmeric Auli.

27. Kuari Pass Trek

Want to enjoy a trek to the highest of mountains and the most adventurous of them of all, where British explorers used to go to prove their valour? This is the place to be!

28. Nainital

This is a standout amongst other vacation places in India. It includes a grand forested valley around the namesake lake Naini. What’s more, in the event that you are going with your closest companions this is the ideal spot for you.

29. Shimla

The extraordinary snow clad mountains, incredibly rich greenery and the great lakes in where there is Shimla welcome you to benefit as much as possible from their ever-enduring wonderfulness.

30. Mussorie

Mussoorie with its great, undulating, tree-made sure about slants, looking down on the Doon valley and with a marvelous point of view of the Mighty Himalayas is a place worth dying for!

31. Kasol

Words will miss the mark while you talk about the ceaseless excellence of this spot.

32. Thar Desert

On the off chance that you are arranging an outing to Rajasthan, at that point this is an unquestionable requirement visit for you. The Thar Desert in Jaisalmer is an exceptional spot which is completely baffle you.

33. Hampta Pass Trek

The Himalayas consistently specially make us wonder. So while you are getting ready for an extraordinary get-away to this astonishing area, you should not pass up a great opportunity this spot.

34. Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh

This delightful spot looks to some extent like Switzerland’s geography. Khajjar is situated at the foot of Dhauladkar, in the lap of Himalayas and is 2000 meters above ocean level.

35. Roopkund Trek, Himalayas

Become one with nature and experience quietness with the Roopkund Trek in the depth of the Himalayas.

36. Mumbai

What about visiting the most intriguing city in India alongside your buddy? Plan an excursion to the city that never dozes, appreciates a varied blend of the most invigorating spots in Mumbai that will charm you with a lucky vibe.

37. Pune

Pune is a city with its own charm, mesmerizing greenery, forts and modernization. Everything you need is right here!

38. Jabalpur

Watch the gorgeous waterfalls in this delightfully beautiful town.

39. Mathura

Welcome to a beautiful place, where the Krishna was supposed to be born. With its beautiful festivals and overall beauty, it will make you wonder in joy!

40. Hyderabad

From the amazing film city that guarantees to give you an out of the world experience, to the delectable biriyani present which you can buy in family packs, Hyderabad is guaranteed to astound you! Its beautiful palaces and rich diversity will make everything pale in comparison.

41. Orissa

This is a place where you would find the true spirit of hard work and beauty. Starting from the city of temples to the natural beauty of its numerous reserves to its fine Dokra workmanship , it is guaranteed to intrigue you!

42. Mahabalipuram

Mahabalipuram has some of the best beaches surrounded with grandiose temples of yore. These historical structures will make you wonder about the power of  ancient engineering.

43. Visakhapatnam

Mix pleasure with adventure as you visit one of the most naturally beautiful places in India, complete with pristine beaches and gorgeous jaw-dropping valleys! Don’t trust us? Check out any website related to this place and be amazed!

44. Ooty

Want a romantic hill station with coffee and tea fields and the charm of fog and suspense? This place will definitely amaze you with its beauty.

45. Kodaikanal

Kodaikanal is a city in the slopes of the Dindigul area in the territory of Tamil Nadu, India. Its name in the Tamil language signifies “The Endowment of the Timberland”. Kodaikanal is alluded to as the “Princess of Hill stations” and has a long history as a retreat.

46. Pondicherry

Puducherry (Pondicherry) was a French settlement and it is acclaimed for mixed refreshments in modest value contrasted with different states. Aside from the beverage, places like Stone Sea shore, Aurobinda Aashram, White Town, Matrimandir andManakula Vinayagar Sanctuary.

47. Mahabaleshwar

Mahabaleshwar, a slope station in the Sahyadri scope of Maharashtra, is one of the most well known visitor goals in India. Mahabaleshwar is the ideal goal to unwind and revive in relaxation. A portion of the celebrated vacation spots of Mahabaleshwar incorporate Panchgani, Tapola and Pratapgad Fortress.

48. Ziro

Ziro is a curious old town in Arunachal Pradesh, home to the Apa Tani clan and acclaimed for its pine slopes and rice fields. Ziro is an interesting old town in Arunachal Pradesh, home to the Apa Tani clan and well known for its pine slopes and rice fields.

49. Sonamarg

Sonmarg has old significance since it was a passage on the antiquated Silk Street that associates Kashmir with China. It gives as a base camp to Ladakh and is militarily significant for India. In the winter, Sonamarg turns into a valley canvassed in white gold in this manner satisfying its name.

50. Almora

Almora is renowned for its charming magnificence, all encompassing perspective on the Himalayas, rich social legacy, interesting crafted works, and flavorful cooking styles. It is popular for its sanctuaries like Chitai and Nanda Devi, brilliant frigid pinnacles of the Himalayas, curious bungalows, and the bounty widely varied vegetation.

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Jai Valley Bhaderwah, Jammu, India

Bhaderwah – located in the lap of the Himalayas in the Doda district of union territory Jammu and Kashmir. Bhaderwah is also called ‘Naagon ki Bhoomi meaning the land of Nagas‘ Bhaderwah is 80 km away from Batote while about 200 km away from the Jammu city. Bhaderwah town is simply gorgeous with quite a few praiseworthy meadows, unexplored valleys, glittering water-bodies, rocky terrains and a rich variety of flora and fauna. Bhaderwah valley is famous in its own culture. The natives are mostly the followers of the Old Naga Tradition. People celebrate many popular festivals, the festival of the local importance very often present an enthralling spectacle of local culture. The Mela Patt and Kailash Yatra are two of the most important festivals of the Bhaderwah valley.

The cultural similarities with Kashmir, Bhaderwah is popularly called as “lokut kasheer” in kashmiri translated as”Mini Kashmir.

What is the best time to visit Bhaderwah?

The best time to vist Bhadewah between “April to July” The climate of Bhaderwah is cold and pleasant throughout the year, the temperatures rise a bit during summer in valley. The town is completely covered with snow by the end of December, if you are snow lovers then “December, January” is best time to visit valley.

Some of the best & major tourist attractions to visit Bhaderwah

Bhaderwah is home of small valley’s that are perfect for vacations and adventure activities. Bhaderwah tourism welcomes its visitors to witness its beautiful sights like Jai Valley, Padri, Chinta valley, Sarthal Valley etc. In this article you will read about 10 scenic destinations in Bhaderwah valley.

10 Best Places To Visit In Bhaderwah

#1. Jai Valley

Jai Valley - The famous tourist attraction in Bhaderwah valley.

#2. Padri

Padri Bhaderwah

#3. Chinta valley

#4. Sarthal Valley-Chatargalla Pass

#5. Chandi Mata Mandir Chinote

Chandi Mata Temple, Bhaderwah

#6. Seoj Meadow

#7. Gatha Tourist Resort

#8. Bhal Padri

#9. Nalthi

#10. Kailash Kund

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Kashmir Valley

Kashmir, region of the northwestern Indian subcontinent. The term “Kashmir” denoted only the Kashmir Valley between the Great Himalaya Range & the Pir Panjal Range. Kashmir is situated in Region of Xinjiang to the northeast and the Tibet Autonomous Region to the east, and two neighbouring Indian states Himachal Pradesh and Punjab to the south, by Pakistan to the west.

Agar firdaus bar rooe zameen ast, Hameen ast-o hameen ast-o hameen astEnglish Translation: If there is a paradise on earth, It is this, it is this, it is this” by Amir Khusrau.

Here are the 10 reasons why everyone should Kashmir in 2020

1. The natural beauty

Kashmir Natural Beauty

It doesn’t  matter where we Humans go we are always attached to the Nature.We start with the mesmerising Gardens in Srinagar like Shalimar Garden and Nishat Garden or the Pari Mahal located at the top of the Zabarwan Mountain and the Chashme Shahi  famous for its spring water which is considered very beneficial for health or the Badam Vari which has so many Almond trees all over or the Apple Gardens which offer the best of apples to the whole India and the spectacular Dal Lake which has its lovers all over the world. The capital Srinagar has so much to offer.

2. Houseboats of Dal lake

Dal Lake is also known as the “Jewel in the crown of Kashmir”.It  is integral to tourism industry in Kashmir. Houseboats cover  an area of 18 sq. km. Although it has various attractions but the Houseboats and Shikaras are  famous among them. There are several  kinds of Houseboats with the most exquisite and expensive being the Houseboats of the Golden Lake which is a part of the Dal Lake.Apart from staying in the Houseboat you can have the privilege of visiting the Floating market, Floating gardens which blossom with Lotus flowers, Char Chinar and various other attractions of the lake it. Going in a Shikara is a experience which you ll never forget in your life.

3. Gondola and Golf course in Gulmarg

Gulmarg Gondola

Gulmarg is a town in Baramula District in Jammu & Kashmir. The famous Gondola in Gulmarg is the world’s largest operating cable car. The two staged cable car carries around 600 people per hour to and from Kongdoori Mountain peak, a shoulder of nearby Afarwat Peak(13,780ft.).
Next most attractive thing in Gulmarg is  the Golf Course which  is counted as the largest 18-hole golf courses in the country. Gulmarg is also a popular Skiing Destination. It is the heartland of “Winter Sports in India” where heli skiing is also performed by people from all around the world.

4. Wonderful climate.

Kashmir Climate

Plan your trip to Kashmir in the scorching heat of summers when the temperature rises up to 40 degrees in most parts . Kashmir is cool even in the harshest of summer and you can visit this valley between April and june to see the blooming flowers, green meadows, and Chinar trees and lot more. Overall you can get the experience of new phase of spring in Kashmir valley. If you plan your trip in Winter Season then you will enjoy beautiful snowfall that would be an incredible experience and for that you have to plan your journey early in the year. The snow laden  mountains fill the region with spectacular surroundings and the snow capped trees look awesome. Also, you can enjoy the most stunning views of sunrise and sunset at famous Dal Lake in heart of the Srinagar city.

5. Adventurous Trekking points

Great Kashmir Trekking Points

Located in the Great Himalaya and Pir Panjal mountain range, Kashmir Valley is the best place for camping, trekking, and mountaineering. While traveling to this beautiful land, you will witness the eye catching views of mountains, lakes, and meadows. Walking around the foothills, Kashmir Great Lakes Trek is popular among tourists where you will cover the lakes of Gangabal, Kishansar and Vishansar that are close to the Harnukh Peak. Aru-Valley,Tarsar  Marsar, Kolahoi Glacier Trek and Yousmarg Trek are yet another challenge for trekkers. Kashmir is   the best place for trekkers where adventure is unlimited.

6. Delicious cuisines of Kashmir

Cuisines of Kashmir

Kashmir is a very popular  for street food and restaurants that offers mouth-watering cuisines to satisfy your taste buds. Many visitors come here to try a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian delights in Kashmir. Take a sip of Kahwah and Noon Chai which you won’t find elsewhere. If you are non-vegetarian, try Rogan Josh, Yakhni,Rista,kababs and so many for an awesome taste. Vegetarians can try haakh, Paneer Chaman, Kashmiri Saag, and Nadur daal.

7. Wildlife Tours

The beautiful wildlife of Jammu and Kashmir reward the nature seeker with views of vast  topography as well as the rarest species of wildlife. The state has many national parks and sanctuaries, aimed at protecting some of these endangered species. Lucky visitors can catch a glimpse of the hangul (Kashmiri stag), leopard, wild cats, Himalayan black bear, Himalayan marmot, musk deer, and a species of wild goat. Himalayan birds, like pheasants, the golden eagle and the bearded vultures can also be spotted. Add these natural forests to your must see list.
. Dachigam National Park
. Gulmarg Biosphere Reserve
. Hemis High Altitude Wildlife Sanctuary
. Kishtwar High Altitude National Park
. Overa National Park..

8. Inexpensive trip.

Inexpensive Kashmir Trip

Although Jammu & Kashmir is an all season visiting place  but best month to visit Kashmir is the last week of September  and the first week of October. This time it is out of season and a  the climate that time is very pleasant. since kashmir is  a tourist place therefore there are a lot of hotels throughout the State. You can book hotel online  for the best of prices. Travelling in Shared Taxis are convenient as well as cheap and while shopping the local market has a lot to offer and a good bargaining can save a lot of bucks.

9. Shopping

Kashmir Shopping

Shopping in Kashmir is one of the most common things to do. And its not just antiques and other souvenirs. Tourists here can shop for famous Kashmiri handlooms and Pashmina shawls, antique copperware like samovars, Namda carpets, local garments called pherins, and the world renowned Kashmiri saffron. There are flowers, dry fruits, and vegetables sold on the shikaras in Dal Lake. shopping here will be an incredible experience that too at lower prices.

10. Amarnath cave


Taking a pilgrimage to Amarnath Cave  is among the most religious things to do in Kashmir. The Amarnath Yatra is done to worship the ice stalagmite called Shivalinga. It is said that Lord Shiva “Hindu God”, explained the secret of life and eternity to Goddess Parvati. The Amarnath Yatra pilgrimage takes place during the month of July – August. This 45-days Shravan Mela (Yatra) is dedicated to Shri Amarnath Ji. “Hindu God”,
Amarnath Yatra is one of the most renowned Pilgrimage center in whole of India. 

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Mysore Palace On of the most beautiful royal palace

India have a long and rich history which is filled with stories of extravagant  Kings, Maharajas and Nizams. While they are perhaps best known for their imposing forts and buildings (such as Rajasthan’s Amber Fort, Delhi’s Red Fort and Hyderabad’s Golconda Fort etc), this rich and glorious past of india has also left behind many stunning royal palaces in India. Though many have now been converted to new purposes like hotels, resorts etc. you can see what remains of opulent and luxurious lifestyle of these great and royals.

These are some of the most famous royal palaces in India that you must visit:

1. Umaid Bhawan Palace – Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Best Royal Place in India, Umaid Bhawan Palace – Jodhpur, Rajasthan

On the top Chittar hill over the blue city of Jodhpur is the Umaid Bhawan Palace. Completed in 1943 and covering around 26 acres of land, it is known for its stunning mixture of Indo-Saracenic, Western Art Deco and Classical Revival styles of architecture. Owned by Maharaja Gaj Singh, it is one of the largest private residences in the world. Its 347 rooms feature all kinds of exhibits, including stuffed leopards, classic cars, and clocks. A part of the palace is also a heritage hotel in it.

2. Mysore Palace – Mysore, Karnataka

Mysore Palace – Mysore Karnataka

Located in the heart of the Mysore city, the magnificent Mysore Palace is truly wonderful. Also known as the Ambavilas Palace, it was designed by Henry Irving and was being completed in 1912. Built in the Indo-Saracenic style, its distinctive domes and turrets and full of amazing design and art from different corners of the world. The three-storey palace also has some courtyards, two large durbar halls, twelve Hindu temples, and even an antique dolls pavilion.

3. Chowmahalla Palace – Hyderabad, Telangana

Chowmahalla Palace – Hyderabad, Telangana

Built across 40 acres, this 18th-century palace is a mix of Mughal and Persian designs.  It is splited into two courtyards and is known for its exquisite antique furniture, Belgian-crystal chandeliers, and many royal artefacts including a 1911 yellow Rolls Royce. It was once the official residence of the Nizams of the Asaf Jahi dynasty and hosted many grand celebrations in it.

4. Hazarduari Palace –  Murshidabad, West Bengal

Hazarduari Palace – Murshidabad, West Bengal

This imposing royal palace was built in the 1830s by British architect Duncan Macleod for Nawab Nazim Humayun Jah of Bengal. Also called the Nizamat Kila, it is part of a large complex east bank of the Bhagirathi River that also houses the Nizamat Imambara (a congregation hall by muslims, shia) and the Wasif Manzil. The palace is now a museum with around 20 galleries displaying all kinds of paintings, weaponry, furniture, statues, manuscripts, and more. Don’t miss the massive crystal chandelier in the Durbar Hall which is said to have been given to the Nawab Nazim Humayun Jah by Queen Victoria.

5. City Palace – Jaipur, Rajasthan

City Palace – Jaipur, Rajasthan

At the very heart of the old city of Jaipur lies the remarkable City Palace. This sprawling complex of courtyards and gardens features a mix of Rajasthani and Mughal styles and was built by the Rajput king Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in 1732. Don’t miss the Mubarak Mahal, the Armoury, Chandra Mahal, and the Diwan-i-Am, the uniquely designed peacock gateways, and the museums and galleries out there.

6. Padmanabhapuram Palace – Thuckalay, Tamil Nadu

Padmanabhapuram Palace – Thuckalay, Tamil Nadu

Near the city of Thiruvananthapuram lies Padmanabhapuram, the former capital city of the Kingdom of Travancore. The Padmanabhapuram Palace (also known as Kalkulam Palace) was built in 17th century and is known for its wonderful murals and floral carvings and sculpted interiors. Explore the many rooms of the palace and their black granite floors over there.

7. Lake Palace – Udaipur, Rajasthan

Lake Palace – Udaipur, Rajasthan

Lake palace was built in the 18th century, Udaipur’s famous Lake Palace (previously known as Jag Niwas) is located on the scenic Lake Pichola. It was the summer palace of the royals of Mewar, it is now a popular Hotel run by the Taj Group. The luxurious white marble building spans 4 acres and has 83 rooms, each room of which is beautifully adorned. The walls themselves are decorated with semi-precious stones and ornamented niches, and enclose all kinds of courtyards, terraces, and gardens. Do not miss the nearby Jag Mandir (also called the “Lake Garden Palace”).

8. Jai Vilas Mahal – Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

8. Jai Vilas Mahal – Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

The magnificent Jai Vilas Mahal was built in the 19th century for the Maharaja of Gwalior, Jayajirao Sc India. Featuring the best of European architecture, this three-story beautiful palace features many lavish decorations, such as gold furnishings and exquisite chandeliers in it. The palace is now a museum, with exhibits focused of old weaponry, historic documents, and other artefacts.

9. Falaknuma Palace – Hyderabad, Telangana

Falaknuma Palace – Hyderabad, Telangana

The Falaknuma Palace also known as Taj Falaknuma is a large and magnificent palace near Charminar Hyderabad. It was built by Sir Viqar-ul-Umra and later belonged to the Paigah family and the Nizams. The palace is famous for its interiors, which are full of Venetian chandeliers, Roman pillars, intricate statues and art, and exquisite period furnishings. Covering 32 acres of land, the palace and its grounds are also home to Japanese, Mughal and Rajasthani gardens. It is now a hotel and is open for the local public.

10. Bangalore Palace – Bangalore, Karnataka

Bangalore Palace – Bangalore, Karnataka

Being inspired by Windsor Castle, the splendid Bangalore Palace was built in 1878 as the private residence of the Wodeyars, the maharajas of the state of Mysore. The palace features beautiful carvings both inside and outside, as well as paintings by the famous Raja Ravi Verma. You can explore the lavish furniture and hunting memorabilia, and even get an audio guide to know the tour details.

11. Vijaya Vilas Palace – Mandavi, Gujarat

Vijaya Vilas Palace was built in the 1920s, this stunning palace was built by Maharao Shri Khengarji III of Kutch as a summer retreat for his son. It is known for its use of red sandstone, and the exquisite coloured glass windows and carved stone screens that adorn it. There are also wonderful gardens, a museum, and a private beach. After the earthquakes in Gujarat in 2001 damaged the other palace of the royal family of Kutch, it has also become their primary residence. The palace has also been used in many Bollywood films, most famously in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and Lagaan. 

12. Kuthiramalika Palace – Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

Kuthiramalika Palace, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

Kuthiramalika Palace is located near the Padmanabhaswamy temple in Thiruvananthapuram Kerala is the Kuthiramalika Palace. It was built by Swathi Thirunal Rama Verma, the ruler of the Kingdom of Travancore, in the 19th century. It is known for its traditional Kerala architecture (with sloping roofs and enclosed courtyards) and for the horses carved into the wooden brackets. The palace is part of a vast complex of royal buildings but was mostly abandoned after the death of Maharaja Swathi Thirunal in 1846. Now restored, it is a museum filled with furniture, statues, paintings, galleries and other artefacts of the popular Travancore Royal Family.

13. Cooch Behar Palace – Cooch Behar, West Bengal

Cooch Behar Palace, Cooch Behar, West Bengal

Cooch Behar Palace is the grand and elegant palace was built in the 1880s for the Maharajas of the princely state of Cooch Behar. It is modelled after the Buckingham Palace in London, and it has many halls and rooms which are filled with wonderful chandeliers, paintings and photographs. A part of the palace is now a museum.

14. Rambagh Palace – Jaipur, Rajasthan

Rambagh Palace – Jaipur, Rajasthan

Rambagh Palace was once a royal hunting lodge of the Maharaja of Jaipur, the 19th century Rambagh Palace was greatly expanded in the 1930s by Maharajah Sawai Man Singh II. It is full of opulent rooms, lush gardens, and marbled corridors. The palace is now a hotel managed by the Taj Group.

15. Ujjayanta Palace – Agartala, Tripura

Ujjayanta Palace, Aggartala

The Ujjayanta Palace in Agartala in Tripura state was once the residence of the royal family of the Kingdom of Tripura. Constructed between 1899 and 1901 by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya, it sits beside two serene lakes and is surrounded by lush green Mughal-style gardens. The palace itself is in the neoclassical style and was designed by Sir Alexander Martin was the kingdom of Tripura . It later housed the State Legislative Assembly of Tripura and is now a museum dedicated to the culture of northeast India.

Are there any other famous royal palaces in India that we’ve missed? If so, be sure to share them in the comments below.

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30 Most Famous Festivals of India

India is characterized by a diversity of religious beliefs and practices. India is famous for its dynamic culture in whole world. All festivals is unique in its way. To experience each of them you pay a visit to the country is a great chance to explore the prosperity of Indian culture and heritage. 

1. Dewali “The Festival of Lights”

Dewali also called “Deepavali” is the Hindu festival of lights, usually lasting five days and celebrated during the Hindu Lunisolar month Kartika in October and November every year. Dewali is One of the most popular festival in India, Diwali symbolizes the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil Dewali festival is widely associated with Lakshmi, goddess of prosperity, but regional traditions connect it to Sita and Rama, Vishnu, Krishna, Durga, Kali, Dhanvantari, or Vishvakarman. On this day People enjoy the festival of lights by beginning the day with an auspicious and in the evening renovating, and decorating the homes and workplaces. people wear tradional clothes, sweets and glowing deeyas.

2. Holi

Holi is one of the most popular ancient Hindu festival and most celebrated festivals of India. Its celebrated with enthusiasm and gaiety in the month of Phalgun which is the month of March. People throw colored water and powders on one another, and, on this one day only, license is given for the usual rankings of caste, gender, status, and age to be reversed. In India every corner and street the celebrations are often marked by ribald language and behavior. Holi is popularly known as the Indian “festival of spring”, the “festival of colours”, or the “festival of love”. Participants meet others, play and laugh, forget and forgive, and repair broken relationships.

3. Dussehra

Dussehra Celebrations in India

Dussehra (Vijaya Dashami or Dasara) is a Hindu festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil. It is a national holiday in India, which is marked on the 10th day of the bright half (Shukla Paksha) of the month of Ashvin (Ashwayuja), according to the Hindu calendar. Dussehra celebrates the Hindu god Rama’s victory over the king Ravana “the demon king of Lanka” and the triumph of good over evil. Ramayana story tells the Lord Rama who wins the lovely Sita for his wife, only to have her carried off by Ravana. Dussehra is a 10 days festival based on a lunar date with many important days and also because it has many different names in the various regions in India, it is difficult to determine when each region has a holiday.

4. Eid-Ul-Fitr

Eid-ul-Fitr translates from Arabic as, ‘the festival of the breaking of the fast’. There are two celebrations in the Islamic calendar every year that have the name of Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha. Both of these festivities are important dates; Eid-ul-Fitr takes place on the first day of Shawwal, following the conclusion of the Holy month of Ramadan, while Eid-ul-Adha follows the annual Hajj pilgrimage and is a commemoration of Prophet Ibrahim’s devotion to Allah (SWT). The celebration which traditionally takes place over a three-day period. The festival of Eid holds great importance in Islam religion and is a time for loved ones and communities to come together. Eid al-Fitr has a particular salat (Islamic prayer) that consists of two rakats  generally performed in an open field.

5. Navratri: The Nine Days Of Fasting, Faith, & Devotion

Navratri festival is one of the popular and famous festivals in India celebrated to worship the Goddess Durga. It is observed for different reasons and celebrated differently in various parts of the Indian. It is nine day long festival where different nine forms of the Devi Durga (Goddess) are worshiped. During these nine nights days, nine different forms of the goddess are worshiped. The festival is celebrated in the bright half of the Hindu calendar month Ashvin, that falls in the months of September and October. Among fasting customs are observing a strict vegetarian diet and abstaining from alcohol and certain spices. Dances performed include Garba, especially in Gujarat. 

6. Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi, Ganesh Puja is majorly a national festival in India. Its 10-day festival marking the birth of the elephant-headed Ganesha, the god of prosperity and wisdom. It begins on the 4th day (chaturthi) of the month of Bhadrapada (August–September), the sixth month of the Hindu calendar. Lord Ganesha is known as the God of wealth, knowledge, wisdom and prosperity. Most Hindus remember him and seek his blessings before starting any work. Lord Ganesha is known by 108 different names like Gajanana, Vinayaka, Vighnaharta among others. Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with great devotion through out India. People bring home murtis (Idols) of Lord Ganesha and celebrate the festival by worshiping the Lord in a special way for a day and a half, 3 days, 5 days, 7 days or 11 days depending on the family tradition and commitment of each individual.

7. Christmas

Christmas in India

Christmas, the birthday of Jesus Christ, is celebrated on December 25 every year. Christians constitute about 5% of India’s population, Christmas is a popular festival in India. People of all religions join in this festivities. You’ll be able to find traditional Christmas cheer in many parts of India. Christmas in India is much about eating, international renowed luxury hotels serve up a variety of Christmas buffets.Roasted meat, veggies, and deserts are also served.One can also attend Midnight Mass at churches in Catholic-dominated areas of India.Best place to celebrate Christmas is Goa with its large Catholic population,It is one of the best places to have a traditional Christmas in India,because it has many beautiful old Portuguese-style churches.. Christmas decorations adorn houses, streets, and market places.The fountainhas latin quartr in Pajim is the place to enjoy Christmas celebrations in Goa.

8. Baisakhi

Baisakhi Celebrations

Baisakhi is celebrated by Sikhs and some sections of Hindus as well. This harvest festival is celebrated especially in the state of Punjab by the Sikh community. For Sikhs, this festival celebrates for the new harvest and also the birth of Khalsa. Baisakhi Festival has significant religious significance as it was on a Baisakhi Day in 1699, that Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru laid the foundation of Panth Khalsa the Order of the Pure Ones.Baisakhi is usually celebrated either on 13th or 14th of April. People generally go to Amritsar to visit The Golden Temple. The folk dance of ‘bhangra’ is also performed by the people as a marker of their joy and happiness on the occasion of Baisakhi.Baisakhi Festival falls on the first day of Vaisakh month April-Mayaccording to Nanakshahi or Sikh Calendar. For this reason, Baisakhi is also popularly known as Vaisakhi.The farming community of Punjab and Haryana celebrate Baisakhi as New Year’s time as it is time to harvest rabi crop. On Baisakhi, farmers thank god for the bountiful crop and pray for good times ahead.

9. Durga Puja

Durga Pooja Celebrations

Durga puja is nothing less than a five day long carnival in Bengal celebrated with religious associations.The festival is celebrated in the Indian calendar month of Ashwin, which corresponds to the months of September–October in the Gregorian calendar, and is a ten-day festival, of which the last five are of significance.It is also called as Navratri, held in the honor of Goddess Durga.It is an annual Hindu festival originating in the Indian subcontinent.This puja is a festival which witnesses a lot of preparations for months in advance. Setting of decorative pandals and preparing for number of cultural activities are a part of this famous festival.Navratri is Celebrated in veneration of the Goddess Durga, it serves as one of the favourites of all festivals of Hindus. This festival is observed as per the movements of sun and moon and therefore, is celebrated either in September or October. In order to mark the festival, Ramlila is organised in North India to offer insights into the life of Lord Ram and inspire the people towards inculcating moral values.The People from Gujarat regards Navratri as one of the most important festivals and celebrates all its nine days.

10. Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan

It is also known as Rakshabandhan, it is a popular Hindu annual rite, or ceremony, which is related to a festival of the same name, celebrated in India, Nepal and other parts of the subcontinent.On this day, sisters of all ages tie a talisman, or amulet, called the rakhi, around the wrists of their brothers, symbolically protecting them, i that they receive a gift in return. Raksha Bandhan is observed on the last day of the Hindu lunar calendar, which typically falls in August.

11. Krishan Janamashtmi

Krishan Janamashtmi Celebrations

It is the birthday of Lord Krishna and is celebrated with great  enthusiasm in India in the month of July or August.
Sri Krishna is considered as the one of the most powerful human incarnations of the Lord Vishnu. He was born around 5,200 years ago in Mathura. The sole objective of Sri Krishna’s birth was to free the Earth from the evilness of demons. He played an important role in Mahabharata. The actual celebration of Janmashtami takes place during the midnight as Sri Krishna is believed to be borned on a dark, stormy and windy night to end the rule and violence of his uncle, Kansa.
To celebrate the day, Krishna temples are decorated; processions are taken out, while religious sites dedicated to the Blue God see a host of bhajans and kirtans taking place along with satsangs.

12. Pongal

Ponal Celebrations

It is also referred to as Thai Pongal and is a multi-day Hindu harvest festival of South India.Pongal is the four-day-long harvest festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu. The festival is celebrated as a thanksgiving to nature. Falling typically on the 14th or the 15th of January, this festival has different rituals for each of the four days. One of the famous festivals of India, it is celebrated with vigor and enthusiasm. Pongal is one of the most important festivals celebrated by Tamil people in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry in India. Pongal is named after the ceremonial “Pongal”, which means “to boil, and refers to the traditional dish prepared from the new harvest of rice boiled in milk with jaggery (raw sugar).To mark the festival, the pongal sweet dish is prepared, first offered to the gods and goddesses (goddess Pongal), followed sometimes with an offering to cows.

13. Lohri

lohri Festival Celebrations

Lohri is a truly Punjabi folk festival, Lohri is celebrated primarily by the Sikhs and Hindus of the Punjab region. Having a trail of legends behind it, this festival is primarily a thanksgiving day for farmers, where the harvest of the Rabi crop is celebrated. The main celebration of the festival involves lighting a bon fire and throwing in foods like gajak, chikki, puffed rice, popcorn and sugarcane in it, to pay homage to roots. It is celebrated on 13th of January every year.
Like most other festivals in India, Lohri is also related to the agricultural activities of the farmers. It marks the harvesting season in Punjab and the end of the winter season.

14. Kumbh Mela


Kumbh Mela is one of the most famous festivals of India, Kumbh Mela starts in January and is regarded as one of the largest gatherings of pilgrims across the world. The Prayagraj Kumbh Mela, the Nashik-Trimbakeshwar Simhastha, Haridwar Kumbh Mela and Ujjain Simhastha are the four fairs that are recognised as Kumbh Melas. These melas are periodically held at states Varanasi, Allahabad, Haridwar and Ujjain in every three years. During these occasions, devotees from all around the world take a dip in the holy river to cleanse all their sins and purify their souls. Religious discussions, devotional singing and mass feeding are some of the activities that pilgrims can indulge into at the festival.
Kumbh Mela is celebrated only 4 times in every 12 years. The religious celebration site keeps rotating in between four pilgrimages. These respective pilgrimages are located on the banks of the most sacred rivers of Hinduism.

15. Maha Shivratri

Maha Shivratri

A famous Hindu festival, Maha Shivratri, is celebrated either in February or March to worship Lord Shiva. It is believed that this festival overcomes darkness and ignorance and therefore, is celebrated with religious faith on Deity Shiva. In order to mark this day, people keep a day long fast and wear new clothes. In Kashmiri and Himalayan regions, this day is seen as the anniversary of God Shiva and Goddess Parvati and hence, the Mandi Fair is organised to commemorate it. Temples in Varanasi and Somnath are also visited in large numbers. There is a Shivaratri in every luni-solar month of the Hindu calendar, on the month’s 13th night/14th day, but once a year in late winter (February/March, or phalgun) and before the arrival of Summer, marks Maha Shivaratri which means “the Great Night of Shiva.

16. Onam


It is one of the biggest festivals of the state of Kerala which is celebrated for around ten days during the Malayalam month of Chingam (August – September). Onam marks the commemoration of the ‘Vamana’, the avatar of Vishnu. It is a rice harvest festival which is celebrated with great enthusiasm. The lighting of Nilavilakku, an Aarti that involves waving flowers over the Bible, forms an important ritual of the festival. According to legends, the festival is celebrated to commemorate King Mahabali, whose spirit is said to visit Kerala at the time of Onam. In kerala there are public holidays  every year for the festival,this year there will be days off for Keralites from September 10 to September 13.

17. Chhath Puja

Chhath Puja

Chhath Puja is celebrated by the people of the Indian states of Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh. Chhath Puja is dedicated to worshipping the Sun God. Also known as Dala Puja, it is celebrated in the month of either October or November. On this day, people wear new clothes, keep fasts and gather by rivers to mark its celebrations. Also, lamps are lit and folk songs are sung by people in honour of ‘Chhat Maiya’. After sunset, courtyards of houses are lighted with  ‘diyas’ and the festive mood is enjoyed with mouth-watering dishes. Usually , this festival is celebrated twice a year, once in the summers and the second time during the winters. The Karthik Chhath is celebrated during the month of October or November and it is performed on Kartika Shukla Shashti which is the sixth day of the month of Karthika according to the Hindu Calendar. Commemorated on the 6th Day after Diwali, another major Hindu festival, it generally falls during the month of October-November.

18. Gurupurab

Gurupurab Celebrations

Guru purab also known as  Guru Nanak Dev ji jayanti celebrates the birth of the first Sikh guru,Guru Nanak.This is one of the most sacred festivals in Sikhism or Sikhi. The year 2020 marks the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev, the first of the 10 Sikh gurus. A three-day festival, Gurupurab celebrations begin with Prabhat Pheris  (early morning processions) at the gurudwaras and then proceed to the localities with Sikh devotees singing hymns. It is led by Panj Pyaras or Nagarkirtan (the five beloved ones), who carry the Sikh flag, known as the Nishan Sahib and the palanquin of Guru Granth Sahib. traditionally two days prior to Gurupurab, an Akhand Path or the 48-hour non-stop reading of Guru Granth Sahib, the holy text where the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev are preserved  is organised at the Gurdwaras.
Gurpurab is considered auspicious and important but the special significance is accorded to the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak, as the Sikhs believe that Guru Nanak brought enlightenment to the world, hence the festival is also called Prakash Utsav which means bright light.

19. Natyanjali

Natyanjali Dance Celebrations

Natyanjali is an annual classical Indian dance festival. It denotes to the dance festival at Chidambaram Natarajar temple. Originally, was introduced at the Chidambaram temple, but nowadays also organized at many other temples in  Thanjavur, Chennai, Nagapatinam, Mayavaram, Thirunallar, Thiruvanaikoil. Natyam means dance. Anjali means to offer. The Natyanjali festival dedicated to Lord Shiva is celebrated every year during February-March for five days in the temple premises. For the practitioners of ‘Natya’ ,such an offering is the most eloquent ‘Anjali’. It begins on the auspicious occasion of MahaShivarathiri. During Shiva rathiri, there will be special poojas in the temple during the whole  night. Dance teachers and Gurus of all styles will offer their chosen art form at the feet of Lord Nataraja. Leading dancers from all over the country congregate and dance in the temple as an offering to Lord Nataraja. Many dancers think it is a blessing to be able to perform on this auspicious occasion.

20. Ram Navami

Ram Navami

Rama Navami is a Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Rama on the ninth day of the Hindu month of Caitra, which usually falls in March or April. Rama is the first son of King Dasaratha and Queen Kausalya of Ayodhya and is believed to be the seventh incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu.Ram Navami is a gazetted holiday in several Indian states but may be celebrated on different days. Houses are thoroughly cleaned on Rama Navami and a family shrine may be decorated with small statues of Rama. Offerings of flowers and fruit are placed on the shrine and prayers are recited after an early bath in the morning on this day, followers of Hinduism may fast or restrict themselves to a specific diet and won’t eat certain foods like onions, garlic, and wheat products. The celebrations at key places associated with Sri Rama, such as Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh and Ramesvaram in Tamil Nadu can attract thousands of devotees. In some parts of India, there is a tradition of tying an earthen pot full of money on top of a tree and local youths form teams to try and claim the pot. It may seem easy but the base of the tree is covered with soft mud. And while the teams try to reach the top of the tree by forming human pyramids, the onlookers are shooting water jets at them.It is similar to vutti which takes place during Janamashtami.

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Red Fort

Delhi is a city with perfect combination of antiquity and modernity. Delhi the capital of India attracts the local and international travel lovers. The delightful city for tourism and exploring the travel experience could prove to be an indelible memories. Delhi city is one of the most populous regions in the world mix of tradition and modernity.

Top Places to Visit in Delhi: India Gate, Red Fort, Qutab Minar, Lotus Temple, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Humayun Tomb, Chandni Chowk, Jama Masjid, Hauz Khas, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib. India Gate.

1. India Gate

India Gate Located in New Delhi dedicated to the warriors of British India who died in wars fought between 1914 and 1919

India Gate is originally called All-India War Memorial. India Gate Located in New Delhi dedicated to the warriors of British India who died in wars fought between 1914 and 1919. India Gate serves as the venue of the Republic day parade, which takes place on 26th January every year. It was built in 1931, Since 1971 burning under it is the Amar Jawan Jyoti (Flame of the immortal warriors). This splendid stone archway was originally known as All India War Memorial. The structure of the famous gate looks amazing in evening lights.

Some Essential Tips:

Distance from Delhi airport: 14 Km

The best time to visit: From October to March. The weather is soothing this time to roam around.

Opening hours: Always open

2. Red Fort

Red Fort Delhi

The historic Red fort situated in the city of Delhi in India. Every year on the Independence day of India (15 August), the Prime Minister hoists the Indian “tricolour flag” at the main gate of the fort and delivers a nationally broadcast speech from its ramparts.

3. Qutab Minar

Qutab Minar Delhi, India

4. Bahai Lotus Temple

Bahai Lotus Temple Delhi

5. Lodi Garden

Lodi Garden Delhi

6. Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple

SWwaminarayan Akshardham Mandir, Delhi

7. Chandni Chowk

Chandni Chowk Delhi

8. Jamia Masjid

Jama Masjid Delhi

9. Rashtrapati Bhavan

Rashtrapati Bhavan Delhi

10. Tughlaqbad Fort

Tughlaqbad Fort, Delhi

11. Purana Qila

Purana Qila Delhi

12. Laxminarayan Temple

Laxminarayan Temple, Delhi

13. Gurudwara Banla Sahib

Gurudwara Banla Sahib Sikh Temple, Delhi

14. Cathedral Church of Redemption

Cathedral Church of Redemption, Delhi

15. Agrasen ki Baoli

Agrasen ki Baoli, Delhi

16. National Museum


17. Nizamuddin Dargah

Nizamuddin Dargah, Delhi

18. Safdarjung’s Tomb

Safdarjung Tomb, Delhi

19. Raj Ghat & Associated Memorials

Raj Ghat & Associated Memorials, Delhi

20. Delhi Zoo

Delhi Zoo
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