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Heritage Hotels in Desert State Rajasthan


Most Beautiful city of Rajasthan is Udaipur. Come India and explore most exotic hotels and glorious destinations of Rajasthan. You could never forget the real experience of vibrant culture of Indian States. Heritage Hotels makes our journey more comfortable and luxurious and when we relaxed then our mind and body want to explore much more things around the globe. So here are some beautiful pictures I am sharing with you that you could understand what I want to say…!!!! Hope you like it 🙂

Udaipur

Cheap Hotels in Udaipur

Jaipur

Udaipur Rajasthan

Udaipur Hotels

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Posted by on December 18, 2013 in Travel India

 

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Tourist Attractions in Madhya Pradesh


famous attractions in Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh —

Known as the Heart of India because of its location in the centre of the country, Madhya Pradesh has been home to the cultural heritage of Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism and Jainism. Innumerable monuments, exquisitely carved temples, stupas, forts & palaces are dotted all over the State.
The unspoilt and the undiscovered natural beauty of Madhya Pradesh is varied. Consisting largely of a plateau streaked with the hill ranges of the Vindhyas and the Satpuras, the State has everything. Rising from the hills are the main river system – Narmada and the Tapti, running from east to west and the Chambal, Sone, Betwa ,Mahanadi from west to east. Spectacular mountain ranges, meandering rivers dotted with hills and lakes and miles and miles of dense forests offering a unique and exciting panorama of wildlife in sylvan surroundings.
One third of the state is forested and offers a unique and exciting panorama of wildlife. One has the rare opportunity to spot the tiger, the bison and a wide variety of deer and antelope in the National Parks of of Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Shivpuriand many others. Temple Tour Madhya PradeshIts cultural heritage is ancient and diversified. Exquisite carved temples, innumerable monuments, stupas, forts and palaces brings to the minds of visitors, the visions of empires and kingdoms, saints and philosophers, poets and musicians of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Islam. The famous poet, Kalidas and the famous musician, Tansen of the Mughal era, were from Madhya Pradesh..

Many cities in Madhya Pradesh are extraordinary for their architecture and or scenic beauty.

Madhya Pradesh is home to several National Parks, including:

  •  Bandhavgarh National Park
  •  Kanha National Park
  •  Satpura National Park
  •  Sanjay National Park
  •  Madhav National Park
  •  Van Vihar National Park
  •  Mandla Plant Fossils National Park
  •  Panna National Park
  •  Pench National Park, Madhya Pradesh.

Other interesting places to visit in Madhya Pradesh are:

Amarkantak, located at an altitude of 1065 mts at the meeting point of the Vindhya and the Satpura mountain ranges.
Sanchi, a small village in the Raisen District of the state, is the location of several Buddhist monuments, dating back to the 3rd century BC. It is one of the important places of Buddhist pilgrimage and is right in the middle of the state. Of the many stupas in Sanchi, the ‘Great Stupa’, in Sanchi is the most attractive one, commissioned by the emperor Ashoka The Great.waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh
The Ahilya Fort at Maheswar is an experience straight out of the 18th Century. The Fort has temples dedicated to various avatars of Lord Shiva, as well as crematory cenotaphs of the rulers of Indore. Ahilya Fort was the capital of one of India’s celebrated women rulers-Ahilya Bai Holkar.
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Goa-Ideal place to enjoy your Vacation during winters


Goa is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Almost 2 million tourists hit this place  annually. Goa is India’s smallest state by area and fourth smallest by population and also India’s richest state. Goa’s capital is Panaji and its largest city is Vasco da Gama.  Located in south west India, Arabian Sea forms its western coast. 

Illustrious beaches of, rich flora and fauna, Goan Cuisines, beautiful churches are the resplendency of Goa. The swaying palms, glistering waters, white sands, friendly and charming people of this place would make you fall in love with this place. Go for a walk in the morning enjoying the scenery of the place or experience the serenity of a day on its beaches.

Along with these one can wander around seeing museums, centuries old Cathedrals, the beautiful architecture of Goa which is a combination of Indian, Mughal and Portuguese styles.

Goa is perfect for you to enjoy water sports, of 125 km of marvelous coastline, the Goa sand beaches cover about 83 km. Beaches such as Calangute, Colva, Pololem, Vagator, Baga, Dona Paula, Miramar and Bogmolo are ideal spots for surfing.  Most of the windsurfing trainers and experts call Dona Paula bay as the ideal site to start of wind surfing, especially if you are new to this sport.If you love speed then you must try water skiing, take a speedboat and rush through the sea and experience the thrill!

If you want to see what a marine life is, then go for scuba diving and discover on your own the mysterious marine lives of Goa; there are plenty of diving options available in Goa. Most of the diving activities take place around the Grande Island and the most common sites include Suzy’s Wreck, Davy Jones Locker, Sail Roack, Turbo Tunnel, Surge City, Uma Guma Reef and Bounty Bay. The exclusive tour packages to Goa facilitate the exploration of the popular beaches along with comfortable stay at the Goa beach resorts. The beaches in Goa therefore are thronged by honeymooners and adventure tourists every year. Salvage the popular gourmets and enjoy the warm waters, make your stay in Goa beaches memorable.

A bit about the history: The name Goa come from the Portuguese but precise origin is unclear. In ancient literature Goa was known by many names like Gomanta, Gomanchala etc.

Around 1500, Vasco Da Gama succeeded in reaching India and made heavy profits from the spices that he carried back from India to Portugal. So the Portuguese made more expeditions to India establishing many trade centres at various places around southern India. By the end of the 16th century, Goa had already reached its peak and was referred to as “Golden Goa”. With the expansion of the Portugal rule in Goa, Christianity also received a major impetus in the region. http://www.tajindiatours.com/north-india/north-india-with-goa.php

 
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Posted by on September 2, 2010 in Goa vacation, Travel India

 

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Kerala is perfect for honeymoon!


Where to go for a honeymoon? If that’s the question bothering you as you do not want to make any bad choice for something which definitely is the most important part of your life and something you would always want to hold fresh in your mind. Then I can suggest you one such place. Its Kerala, a state in southern India, a paradise of panoramic view, it is known as “God’s own country” and its just not a phrase to boast this place for tourism, it is the truth and anyone who visits this place agrees with it. It’s a coastal area of lush green vegetation that slopes down the Western Ghats to reach the Arabian Sea Kerala borders the states of Tamil Nadu to the east and Karnataka to the north and is the most literate state in India. Kerala is considered to be one of the safest regions of India and initiated Ecotourism. Tourists find this place one of the friendliest places in India, incidents of cheating the tourists by local people is almost negligible. Kerala is a place of religiosity and one can find Hindu Temples, Mosques, Churches and even synagogues. Natural beauty is at its best here, The National Geographic Traveler magazine named Kerala was named as one of the “ten paradises of the world” and “50 places of a lifetime”.

Enjoy : The Backwaters of Kerala

Kerala Backwaters

Kerala Backwaters

These are chains of interconnected water bodies like rivers, lakes and inlets , all separated from the sea by a narrow strip of sand banks and this is a stretch of almost 900 km. Serenity of backwaters can be enjoyed on large wooden canoes.

The Blue Mountains

Nilgiris

Blue Mountains (popularly known as Nilgiris) of Western Ghats , are close to Trivandrum, the capital of Kerala and now known as Thiruvanthapuram, there are numerous hill stations in this area. The most popular is Munnar, the honeymoon capital of the state. Anamudi (2,695 metres) is the highest peak of the Western Ghats, and is good for trekking. The area is also home to several sanctuaries and forest reserve areas. Waterfalls- More than two dozen waterfalls, both large and small, with numerous rapids and springs. The largest fallwaters are at Athirampally, where three milky waterfalls fall at great speed. Beaches- Kerala has 650 km of coastline and numerous beaches.

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Posted by on August 28, 2010 in Travel India

 

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