With spring setting in most parts of India, it’s the perfect time for wildlife enthusiasts to pack their bags and throng the country in order to quench their thirst of spotting some of the rarest species that can still be found here. There are over 515 wildlife sanctuaries and 99 national parks spread across the length and breadth of the country. It also has the largest population of wild tigers across the world. From 1411 tigers in 2006, India managed to increase their population to 2226, which is indeed a quantum jump. With this issue we take you through some of the mesmerizing wildlife safaris that will leave you asking for more. Not only will you dive into the wilderness but also experience the adventure of trekking to the Chandrashila Peak, Sufism of Dargah Ajmer Sharif and unique tribal culture of Nagaland amalgamated in the Hornbill Festival. We have tried to bring in a touch of modernity as well with famous Golf destinations, boutique hotels, emerging trend of chocolates in India and how eunuchs are struggling their way into the mainstream society. Knowing your love for Indian herbs, we have dug deep into the ancient times to bring the best of the home remedies. Finally with Indian cinema making its way to the Berlin Film Festival you will get a good insight of the new heights India is set to scale.
With golf courses spreading to every nook and corner of India and the growing popularity of the sport backed by the sightseeing of the spots – Golf enthusiasts are looking forward to visiting India for a holiday that goes beyond tees and greens. P laying golf in the valleys of Kashmir, at the altitude of … Continue reading Golf Tourism →
The Bandipur Tiger Reserve in southern state of Karnataka is one of the most important habitats for the tiger. It is also perhaps one of the few last places on earth where the endangered cat has a chance of survival. S ituated in two districts of Chamarajanagar and Mysore and adjoining the parks Nagarahole, Mudumalai … Continue reading Bandipur Tiger Reserve →
A Transforming Ayurvedic Experience With a presence of more than 25 years in India, Kairali, an Ayurvedic healing village, is one of its kind. The resort plans to introduce new experiences and also innovate the infrastructure to give it a modern look. What are the new trends in the domestic and the international tourism market? … Continue reading Abhilash Kumar →
In a nation where gifting and feasting are ingrained traditions, chocolate is replacing the Indian sweets (mithai) at festivals, weddings and other significant events. When in the 15th century Christopher Columbus, an Italian explorer, found the cocoa beans, he would have never thought that chocolate made from these beans would become such an intrinsic part … Continue reading Chocolate Expelling →