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Jai mata di.
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Here’s a look at the top 5 places in India to visit in December.
Rann of Kutch: The barren previously flooded upper jaw of Gujarat dries by December, leaving behind a landscape of white salt stretching as far as the eye can see. The dry brown desert transforms into a lush green habitat which attracts flocks of migratory birds. The artisans of Kutch are famous for their wares. You can drop in and watch them at work making embroidered cloth, hand block printing and making copper bells that have their own unique ring.
Coastal Karnataka: After all the sports fanfare for the year dies down, head to Coastal Karnataka where the annual Kambala event is held in various villages. Find your seat beside wet paddy fields filled with slush and watch while farmers race their bulls to the finish line. The event is held is various villages along the coast and this gives you an opportunity to go village hopping and sample some authentic local cuisine on the way.
Kaziranga National Park: When the wife of Lord Curzon visited Kaziranga in 1904 she failed to see a single one horned rhino that the area was famous for. Thanks to her misfortune today we have the good fortune of watching the famous animal in it’s natural habitat. The conservation efforts which started at the persuasion of Mary Victoria Leiter Curzon today boasts of 75% of the world’s population of the species. One can get close up to the beasts atop an elephant. The tall grass acts as a natural camouflage.
Temple Circuit: Experience God in the temples of Tamil Nadu. The Tanjore- Trichy – Madurai – Kumbakonam – Chidambaram circuit offers even one a sense of the Supreme. If spirituality is not your cup of tea marvel at the architecture of the temple complex. The experience comes with an opportunity to sample delicious southern cooking
Kerala: Relax on a rice boat as it slowly glides along the backwaters of the Kerala. Explore ancient houses, synagogues, churches and relive the history that dates back to the spice trade. Flex your muscles at an attempt at the martial art of Kalaripayattu or just kick back and watch painted faces spin a story without words at a performance of Kathakali. LAy back and enjoy God’s own country.
North India’s Manali has been one of the proven aces of Himachal tourism. Its calm & quiet valleys coalesced with snow, forests and wildlife, make it a one-of-a-kind destination. It is, therefore, no surprise that Manali is everyone’s cup of tea- it is serene, it is fun-filled, it is au natural, and it is easily accessible.
The act of visiting impoverished areas and watching inhabitants struggle to make a living can evoke all the worst notions of colonialism and its excesses. So-called ‘slum tourists’ may be interpreted as voyeurs, taking advantage of the misfortune of others. At their worst, slum tours foster a ‘safari’ mentality, under which local residents may be dehumanized, and instances of serious urban poverty reduced to the level of attractions.
Kerala – God’s Own Country, is one of the topmost gorgeous state of India attracting not only backpackers but various production houses be it Bollywood, Malayalam or Hollywood, thereby necessitating the recognition of Kerala holiday packages for a hassle free trip. The incredible Kerala with its scenic beauty and gifted pleasures has been a favorite shooting destination for many years now. Some amazing locations that have been a part of many spectacular movies are:
Life of Pi Munnar Shotting
Needless to describe the stunning beauty of this exotic and romantic paradise. The Bollywood movie starrer Amitabh Bachchan and newbie Jiah Khan, Nishabd captured the bewitching beauty of the exotic surroundings and stunning tea gardens into the cameras. The popular movie ‘Mistress of Spices’ was also shot in this exotic location. Continue reading
India is one of the most diversified countries with two extreme sides of world. One get to see highly sophisticated rich people to uneducated villagers spread around the country. A tourist is likely to face two different societies at every step you take towards your journey. If travelling first time to India you need to follow some safety precautions and travel tips to ensure a hassle free and exciting journey. Continue reading
A sandy state of bewitching beaches, Goa is a tourist’s paradise. From tantalizing beaches and archaistic churches to salivating cuisines Goa has increased immensely in culture and economics offering varied Goa tour packages to facilitate tourists to explore the beauty of this majestic state. Continue reading