Saturday, May 25, 2019

PLACES TO VISIT TO INDIA IN WINTERS

With the arrival of winter, it seems nature hibernates during the season. With temperatures plummeting, it may seem everyone may want to remain in the comforts of their homes, but this is not the case for those wanderers who want to savour every part of this serene season as well. 

The Indian subcontinent witnesses some of the best winters in the world which makes travelers all across the globe to come out and relish it as well. In order to counter the low temperatures, it becomes imperative for such wanderers to participate in some activities that can make the adrenaline rush throughout their body.   

Be it bungee jumping in Rishikesh or heli-skiing in Manali, India does offer the perfect package of adventure activities that one can indulge in during the winters.
Feeling to visit yourself? So go and apply for Indian e-Visa at www.etaindia.org.and experience it yourself. With many of such adventure activities taking place throughout the subcontinent during the winters, India sure becomes one of the most desirable destinations for tourists all across the globe.   

1. Heli-skiing 

A unique experience is felt when one indulges in heli-skiing. One not only does witness the serene white mountains but also experiences the thrill of gliding through the slopes covered with snow. Skiing through the mountains surely creates a memory which is cherished for many years to come!

Perform heli-skiing yourself on the slopes of such mountains by applying for e-Visa for India at www.etaindia.org.!

The most popular place for heli-skiing is the Rohtang-pass slope in the Manali region. The other places that offer the same include:

l  Gulmarg, Jammu & Kashmir
l  Auli, Uttarakhand
l  Pithoragarh
l  Kufri, Himanchal Pradesh

2. Bungee Jumping

Jumping off from a platform and going straight down hundreds of meters with nothing but a rope attached to your legs is enough to make the butterflies in your stomach fly. It sure is a thrilling experience as one free falls off from a certain height, and is a must for every adventurer who loves to feel his heart skip a beat.

Bungee jumping is India is most popular in Rishikesh. Other places that offer the same shot of adrenaline are as follows:

l  Lonavla
l  Karnataka
l  Goa
l  Chhattisgarh

Let the adrenaline run crazy in you. Go and fill in the Indian visa application at www.etavisaonline.com and experience it yourself first hand!

3. Paragliding  

Looking down upon the earth with a bird’s view and falling gently down the sky can make any person appreciate the beauty of nature. Taking in the majestic views of all the landscapes while gliding through the air, makes this one of the most preferred activity by travelers.

Apply for Indian e-Visa at www.etaindia.org to come visit and let the wanderer in you discover itself by gliding through the sky!  

Taking in the views of mountainous landscapes and feeling the cool breeze, Manali in Himachal Pradesh is one of the best places to experience it. Other places that offer the same include:

l  Nainital, Uttarakhand
l  Panchgani, Maharashtra
l  Shillong, Meghalaya
l  Gangtok, Sikkim

4. Hot Air Ballooning 

Witnessing the lush green environment at a height of approximately 4000 ft, it is an idea of having a simple yet peaceful and tranquil activity that would fill your soul full of content. Observing a dozen of colorful balloons floating in the blue sky along with you, surely can make any person go awe.

This activity can be best experienced at Maharashtra. However, travelers can also enjoy this adventure activity at the following places:

l  Rajasthan
l  Karnataka
l  Goa
l  Uttar Pradesh 

Want to witness this vivacious sight yourself? Go and apply for Indian e-Visa at www.etaindia.org and see it yourself!

After the launch of e-Visa facility by the Government of India, the Indian states have experienced a sudden hike in its tourism, because the incoming tourists from other countries can apply for and get the Indian visa at full comforts of their homes.

www.etaindia.org is the best site that can provide e-Visa for India.
So go! What are you waiting for? Visit the site, apply for the visa and
experience the stimulating winter of the Indian subcontinent!
Traditional Indian Village Tour

Sunday, April 7, 2019

Floating Market in Kolkata


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In 2018, a floating market was inaugurated in Kolkata, West Bengal. This floating market is inspired by the floating markets of Bangkok as water is one of the major modes of transportation in there.

The good news is India has its own floating market as well. The market has nearly 114 boats and 280 shops which sell fish, vegetables and groceries and everything that completes a market.

There are two ways to shop here. One is a walkway built on the water body, which will help people reach the sections of the market easily. Another way to shop here is there will be boats on each of the walkways which will be selling goods.

Where is it? Baishnabghata Patuli Township near EM Bypass
Timings - 6 am to 9 pm
Cost - Free         

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Friday, April 5, 2019

Tulip Festival, Kashmir


If you’re planning to visit India in the month of April, then we’ve a surprise for you. Because every April, Asia’s largest Tulip Flower Show takes place. This gorgeous flower show takes place in Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden which is situated in the foothills of the Zabarwan range.At the time of the festival, this valley of Kashmir is all painted with palette of colours.

And on the month of April, Kashmir is still cold and one can also experience occasional rainfall and snowfall here. Hence, it’s advisable to be prepared in advance.

Fun Fact:  By the World Summit Tulip Society, it was adjudged as the second best tulip garden in the world

Dates: 1st to 15th April

Highlights: Nearly 48 varieties of tulips on display
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Thursday, April 4, 2019

Western Ghats Indian


Western Ghat is a global biodiversity site. It extends from west coast of India from the river Tapti in the north to the southern tip of India. The mountain chains of the Western Ghats are older than the Himalaya Mountains. India’s monsoon weather pattern depends on the high montane forest ecosystems. It’s also the tropical evergreen forests and is home to at least 325 globally threatened flora, fauna, bird, amphibian, reptile and fish species.

Here are few glimpses of Western Ghats:

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Friday, March 1, 2019

5 Awesome Places to Celebrate Holi in India


Holi is the festival of colours celebrated with great enthusiasm and zeal in India. We Indians mark the season of spring with colours. It’s widely celebrated in the month of March. If you want to be a part of this celebration however perplexed about where and when, we’ve got your back! In this article we will enlighten you with all the necessary details of the festival and most importantly where to celebrate it. Let’s Go!


1.   Banke Bihari Temple
Vrindavan is considered one of the most vibrant places to celebrate Holi. People here celebrate the festival of colours with utmost gusto and fervour. They go out with huge processions of people smeared in different colours dancing to the tunes.
On the day of ekadashi, the city celebrates Phoolon Wali Holi where flowers are thrown at the devotees by the temple priests. This is another way of playing Holi in Vrindavan.
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When and Where?
ü Traditional Holi: 1st March 2019
ü Phoolon Wali Holi: Bankar Bihari Temple

2.   Shantiniketan
One of the oldest universities in West Bengal is Shantiniketan which was founded by Ranbindranath Tagore. Tagore himself has introduced Basant Utsav in order to relive the ancient tradition. And till date, the tradition is followed and celebrated in unmatched zest and vigour. 
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3.   Delhi
Not to forget, Delhi always turns a little rowdy with kids turning into colour hooligans and elders get all fun and frolic. One of the most happening Holi party of Delhi is ‘mad moozik’
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4.   Hampi
Holi celebration in South India is not that popular. However, due to presence of a large of western tourists in Hampi, it’s highly popular in the city. In addition to the use of colored powder and liquid colours, the celebrations of Holi in Hampi also include a loud riot of music and dance
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5.   Jaipur
Jaipur is another best place to celebrate Holi in India. It’s the enthusiasm of people of Jaipur that makes it a fun city to celebrate Holi. There are various events that take place in the city. One of them is organized by Rajasthan Tourism on the lawns by Khasa Kothi Hotel. This event features Rajasthani folk dance, song performances, and a festive lunch
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Wednesday, February 27, 2019

HOLI THE FESTIVAL OF COLOURS


The full moon night falling in the month of Phalguna (Feb-Mar) is the day celebrated as a victory of good over evils. Holi is celebrated for two days a first day as a ‘Holika Dahan’ and the other as ‘Rang Panchami’ which signifies the relation for Krishna and Radha. Holi is a festival in India when every caste and creed unites where there will be no discrimination of rich, poor and religions which adds more beauty to the festival of colour.

                           

Holi is a festival celebrated with extreme enthusiasm and joy all over India and Nepal. Gulal, Abeer and Pichkaris (Spray Guns) are synonymous to Holi. There will be a battle of color where everyone is after one another to color first and in the festive of gulal everybody is drowned in love and mirth. Gujiyas is the special sweet which you witness in Holi, temples are beautifully decorated and idol of Radha is placed on swing with the devotional Holi songs.

Here are Few Fun Parts of Holi


1.    Colours are the most vibrant part of the Holi celebration. You will get to witness the market flooded with heaps of Gulal which is made up of rich colors like pink, green, yellowand red and there be an Abeer made up of Mica which is mixed will Gulal for the rich shine and with colours can be used dry or wet. As the Gulal is mixed in water to fill the Spray Guns(Pichkaris) which is used to drench everyone in the beauty of festive colors

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2.   Sweets: The galore of festivals is celebrated in India and without sweets the celebration is incomplete, so here is the special sweets and booze for Holi

ü Gujjiya: Holi is not complete until you start the celebration with the sweet delicacies of gujjiya but if you want something different then instead of classic sweet filling you can opt for the chocolates or powdered oreo and grated coconut filling
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ü Laddo: The prefect mixture of dry fruits, saffron and sugar which is the versatile of all sweet dish that is something everyone love binge eating on
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ü Tilachi Poli: The Tilgul Goli’s mix of nutmeg and cardamom which is served warm and hot a best recipe for everyone with a sweet tooth and this is the specialty of Maharashtrian traditional sweets
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ü Jalebi: A mouth-watering sweet to complete every festival and recipe is something simple which adds more colour to the celebration as it all takes is sugar, yoghurt, maida and gee and for the sweet touch a sugar syrup
                       Jalebi | Playful Cooking. My very favorite Indian dessert!!

ü Bhang Thandai: It is prepared with Cannabis. This beverage is considered to provide ultimate relief and relaxation to the body that can make you forget all the worries and enjoy the day with color, food and bhang. For a change, this Holi switch your alcohol with our Desi Booze
            Bhang Thandai Recipe  Bhang Thandai Recipe, as the name suggests is a cooling drink made specially on the day of Holi. #ArchanasKitchenHoliRecipes #indianrecipes  #HoliRecipes #recipe

Let’s not just leave a lingering taste of sweets on our plate but in our life too. Happy Holi

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Thursday, February 14, 2019

8 Things to Do In Goa


Goa is known as the party capital of India. However do you know that there’s more to Goa other than wild night clubs and hippie beaches? If you don’t, will tell you some other exciting things to do when in Goa

1.   Go see a Drama
Goan theatre or the Konkani plays are filled with music, dance, comedy and political satire. These plays are an integral part of the Goan culture. You can experience Goa to the truest if you watch one
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2.   Visit the Body of St. Francis Xavier
St. Francis Xavier’s mortal remains are still preserved at the beautiful baroque Basilica of Bom Jesus is a must visit during a trip to Goa. The bonus point is this rustic church has been marked as a UNESCO World heritage Site.
Also if you wish to know more about Goa’s Christian history, you can take a short walk from the Basilica which is the Museum of Christian Art
Another best thing about this place is that it’s a free attraction
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3.   Trek to Beautiful Goa Waterfalls
Roughly there are 10 Goa waterfalls in total, of which Hivre and Sada are great for trekking, especially if you’re seeking hardcore adventure on your next trip.
Name of few other waterfalls are Dudhsagar, Kesarval ETC
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4.   Go on a Wildlife Sanctuary Expedition
In Goa, there are a total of seven wildlife sanctuaries and amongst which the most popular are Bondla, Cotigao, Mhadei and Netravali
Bondla wildlife sanctuary is one of the best since it has the ecotourist cottages. These eco lodges are crafted from local materials in a way that blends into the surrounding landscape
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5.   Enjoy Delicious Local Feasts
There are hundreds of chapels in Goa which offers year round celebrations. And feast accompanies the celebration, dance, music, games and weeklong galas
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