Monday, July 28, 2008

Festivals and Fairs of India

India is said as the land of festivals and fairs. A vast spectrum of festivals are carried out here which are not only enjoyable but colorful too. Most of the festivals are related to the historical past. You may check them over here---

Monday, July 21, 2008

Indian Marriages

"Marriages are made in Heaven"
This old proverb is still being followed in India. All the rituals and traditions are still being followed successfully in India.
Read more about Indian marriages at

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Hotels in India

Here are some of the best hotels in India. Whenever you visit India, you can contact them and
get reservations done. Here they are--

For any further inquiry, you can contact me through an email at or simply post a comment on the blog itself.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Indian Tourism

Hello friends,
Indian Tourism welcomes you all.
Sight some of the world wonders here and feel the beauty of enchanting India.
Those who have any queries or want to know more can contact me any time.
You can comment over here or just mail me at-

Best of luck for your journey and stay.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Tourist Places in India


It’s a holiday area amid the hills and valleys, temples and palaces of southern Karnataka.


Snow-caped Himalayan peaks look down on this fascinating location of tea plantations, monasteries, exotic orchids and international festivals.


Picturesque location at 2133m in the Palani Hills of the Western Ghats with sparkling waterfalls and enchanting lake, Kodaikanal is heaven on earth.


One of the several lovely hill stations east of Bombay in the state of Maharashtra is an area of unspoilt natural beauty with panaromic views.


One of the most popular holiday destinations for the Indians as well as international visitors- golden red sunsets, long stretches of sandy beaches, lively Goan music and reminiscent of the Portuguese settlers, exotic seafood, make Goa a small paradise.


Mussoorie is a hill station in Uttar Pradesh 2000m up on a Himalayan ridge with spectacular scenery - excursions into the monuments and treks to Tibetan temples.


Very popular hill station in the Blue Mountain region of southern India. Wildlife sanctuary, Kalhatty Falls and Murkurthi Peak all within easy reach.


Pristine golden sands and the blue waters of the Bay of Bengal make this a favorite east coast beach destination. Sights include ancient temples, craft villages and caves.


Once the summer capital of India and the setting for many of Rudyard Kipling’s stories - a lovely town 2100m up in the foothills of the Himalayas surrounded by excellent woodland walks and magnificent views.


A hill station situated in the Kumon range of the Himalayas at an altitude of 1371m, 16km away from Nainital (another popular hill station). It is well known for its picturesque lakes.


It’s a hill station in the lush green state of kerala, 1500m above sea level. It offers scenic tea plantations, pepper and cardamom forests, shimmering lakes and a nearby forest reserves.


A ski destination situated in the Garhwal Hill ranges in the north of India, which also offers other activities such as white water rafting and fishing.


Situated 59km north of nainital at an altitude of 1829 meters, this peaceful hill station offers spectacular views of the snowcapped Himalayas. Whilst providing a delightful retreat from the hurly – burly of life there is still plenty to do – trekking, golfing, visiting temples and the Corbett national park, famous for its tigers and elephants.

For more tourist places and monuments of India, you can refer the link below: