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Fairs & Festivals in India Gamut of Exhilarating Celebrations at Pushkar Camel Fair

Representing uniqueness which India offers in its vast expanse, Pushkar Camel Fair is a grand spectacle on the golden canvas of Rajasthan. Though a livestock trading event, the fair extends its celebrations through sports competitions, traditional games, folk music and dances, religious rituals and craft fairs. Plan your attendance at this heart-warming occasion and secure some unforgettable memories for the whole life.

India Travel Destination of the month Meet the Camera-friendly Tigers at Bandhavgarh

Bandhavgarh National Park is among the most famed Tiger Reserves in India, thanks to its royal Bengal tigers which regularly starred in international wildlife documentaries. The park opens its gates for the visitors around this post monsoons season when the weather is extremely pleasant and the park’s panorama is at full glory.

Explore the Unexplored World’s Oldest Democracy and A Well Preserved Secret - Malana

Located near the popular tourist valleys of Kullu-Manali, Malana continues to be a mystery that will surprise you once it unfolds. The tiny Himalayan village is difficult to explore, first because of a strenuous climb of more than 3 km. and also because of the reserved nature of the local inhabitants. But, if you manage to visit the place, feel proud to be at the world’s oldest democracy.

Kitchen's of India Punjabi Restaurants Serving Sarson ka Saag,  Makki Ki Roti and Glass Full of Lassi

What could be better as a winter getaway than Punjab to enjoy the warmth of the shinning sun? Apart from the warm and generous nature of Punjabis, it is their mouth-watering cuisines that can captivate any soul in this world. Thankfully, the winter special sarson ka saag and makki ki roti, along with appetizing lassi (buttermilk), from Punjab can be enjoyed across India at ethnic Punjabi restaurants.

India Travel News Sikkim Rides High on Responsible Tourism and Attains Limelight Globally

Recently designated as world’s number one tourism spot for 2014 by Lonely Planet, the northeast Indian state of Sikkim is in high spirits with the success of responsible tourism campaign. November celebrates the World Responsible Tourism Day and there is no more suitable place than Sikkim to watch India’ contribution towards the growing trend. Here are some underlying aspects that attract the domestic and international tourists to the region.

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