20 Things That Prove You’re True Delhiite

Dilwaalon ki Delhi! That’s what we adoringly call our favourite city. They say that this place has more history and more stories than all other cities in the country. Once you fall in love with Delhi, you can’t live anywhere else. Let’s find out all the things that make anybody who has embraced this city a true Delhiite. 1. Badsah and Yo Yo Honey Singh is your jam And you’re

monsoon, bangalore, travel, Rain, Tour

1. Chikmagalur – 250 km If you are looking to escape from the urban chaos and into the lush of the nature this amazing place is a perfect for you. Often referred to as the “Coffee Land”, Chikmagalur is widely perceived to be one of the must visit places in South India and its beauty naturally justifies this distinction. Chikmagalur is a beautiful haven of pepper estates, dense forests and

Ladakh, Summer Holiday, India

So the summers are approaching and as we know it, the temperatures soar to unprecedented highs in India. The scorching heat makes everyone run for cover. However, the country is known to please everyone in one way or another. It has some of the best places where you can beat the heat. From the lofty peaks in the north to the serenity of the south, Let’s have a look on

Holi of Vrindavan & Mathura

1. Lathmar Holi of Barsana , U.P Why should Boys have all the fun. Yes, the Lathmar holi of barsana supports this quotation in a right way. If you really want to celebrate Holi then this place tops the list. Lord Krishna visited his beloved Radha’s village on this day and playfully teased her and her friends. Taking offence at this, the women of Barsana chased him away. Keeping in

Sikkim Diaries

Sikkim is a state in northeast India, bordered by Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal. Part of the Himalayas, the area has a dramatic landscape that includes India’s highest mountain, 8,586m Kangchenjunga. Sikkim is also home to glaciers, alpine meadows and thousands of varieties of wildflowers. Steep paths lead to hilltop Buddhist monasteries such as Pemayangtse, which dates to the early 1700s. [FAG id=3378]