Tourism

Five things to do in Lucknow

Five things to do in Lucknow

February 8, 2018

Just like many other Indian cities would, Lucknow's bazars or local markets too bustle with people on foot and on rikshawas trying to make their way through the narrow alleys.

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Cycling through India

Cycling through India

February 7, 2018

Cycling through the countryside of India is an alternative way to see the vibrant ways of life and mesmerising landscapes.

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Colours of India – Issue n°23 – February 2018

Colours of India – Issue n°23 – February 2018

February 5, 2018

We start our journey amidst Lohri celebrations in New Delhi, where the festivities are centred around the harvest time in the country. Continuing our journey, we head to the district of Puri in Odisha, and visit the Sun Temple in the town of Konark. The temple , which is popul...

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Stories of the past that haunt the present

Stories of the past that haunt the present

January 29, 2018

India is a land of stories and superstitions that have resulted in discovery of its own share of spooky sites over the years. According to beliefs of a few people, while some are a result of unnatural deaths, others take on the identity of a place.

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Gear up for the Mumbai Shopping Festival 2018

Gear up for the Mumbai Shopping Festival 2018

January 21, 2018

India’s first city-wide shopping festival is being celebrated in Mumbai, the capital city of the western Indian state of Maharashtra. A one-of-its-kind event, the fest has been organised by Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) in association with the Department of...

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Budget-friendly honeymoon destinations in India

Budget-friendly honeymoon destinations in India

January 21, 2018

As the wedding season is approaching, here is a peek into the sub-continental honeymoon destinations that are also light in the pocket.

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Colours of India – Issue n°22 – January 2018

Colours of India – Issue n°22 – January 2018

January 9, 2018

Odisha for the international Sand Art Festival, at the Chandrabhaga Beach in Puri district. Sand art artists from various Indian cities and countries like Mexico, Russia, Germany, Spain, Sri Lanka, Canada, Ghana, and Singapore participated in the event. To experience the rich hi...

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Panorama of the Desert Mountains in Himachal Pradesh

Panorama of the Desert Mountains in Himachal Prade...

January 8, 2018

Glimpsed through the valleys of Himalayas, rain shadow areas in the state of Himachal draw travellers in all seasons to frozen lakes, adventurous treks and off-roading routes. Visualise waking up to a bird’s eye view of greenery laden mountains with elfin houses scattered over ...

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Walking down the lanes of India’s dark history

Walking down the lanes of India’s dark history

January 5, 2018

With an elaborate history under British colonialism, India houses various dark tourism sites today. These places associated with assassinations, disasters, suffering and tragedy draw a number of tourists from around the world.

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Up and close with the Irrawaddy dolphins

Up and close with the Irrawaddy dolphins

January 2, 2018

Chilika Lake in Odisha houses a rich variety of birds and grasslands that makes this lagoon a top-notch tourist destination in the Puri district. Though the lake is known for bird watching, its biggest draw lies in Irrawaddy and bottlenose dolphins that migrate here during winter...

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