pilgrimage

A Walk Through

A Walk Through

April 24, 2019

Here’s everything you can see, eat and do in Jerusalem - a city that can never leave you untouched.

Read More
Revisiting the story of Kedarnath

Revisiting the story of Kedarnath

December 10, 2018

The film Kedarnath revisits the mishap that had struck Uttarakhand in 2013 while sticking to the essence of Bollywood and having a love angle to it. Here is flashback to the disaster.

Read More
Vibrant colours of the Pushkar Fair

Vibrant colours of the Pushkar Fair

November 23, 2018

The Pushkar Fair invites tourists from across the globe who flock to this town and soak in the riot of vibrant colours and festivities. The fair is all loaded with cultural programmes, folk music and dance, richly adorned camels and other livestock.

Read More
Kanwar Yatra- Saffron-clad Shiva devotees on a spiritual journey

Kanwar Yatra- Saffron-clad Shiva devotees on a spiritual journey

August 10, 2018

  With the start of the auspicious month of Shravan, the streets in India are filled up with barefoot, saffron clad Kanwar Yatris carrying a pitcher filled with holy water. The Kanwar Yatra takes place during the Hindu month of Shravan, is usually held in the month of July-A...

Read More
Hola Mohalla – a unique Sikh festival

Hola Mohalla – a unique Sikh festival

March 9, 2018

  Hola Mohalla is a festival celebrated by Sikhs, held annually at Takhat Sri Keshgarh Sahib Gurdwara (Sikh place of worship) in Anandpur Sahib in north Indian state of Punjab. It is usually celebrated one day after the Hindu festival, Holi that celebrates the arrival of spr...

Read More
Gangasagar Yatra: An annual Hindu pilgrimage in India

Gangasagar Yatra: An annual Hindu pilgrimage in India

January 20, 2017

Every year, millions of Hindus from India and beyond undertake an arduous journey to an island of West Bengal to take a dip in the holy Ganges, where it meets the Bay of Bengal, on the occasion of Makar Sankranti.

Read More
Indians switch to spontaneous travelling

Indians switch to spontaneous travelling

November 2, 2016

As youngsters in India are increasingly resorting to short weekend trips, a survey by OYO, an Indian hotel brand that owns, operates and aggregates standardised hotel rooms, shows that growing number of Indians are switching to spontaneous travel plans throughout the year.

Read More
Challenging the tradition, hundreds of widows celebrate Diwali in Vrindavan

Challenging the tradition, hundreds of widows celebrate Diwali in Vrindavan

October 28, 2016

On this Diwali, about a thousand widows from across India gathered to celebrate the festival of lights inside the centuries-old Gopinath Temple in Vrindavan, holding candles and earthen lamps in their hands. Choosing to break away from age-old tradition and social taboo, they par...

Read More
Amarnath Yatra, a 45 days long pilgrimage to South Kashmir

Amarnath Yatra, a 45 days long pilgrimage to South Kashmir

July 4, 2016

Thousands of devotees trek through the rugged mountains in South Kashmir, India, in the summer months to reach Shri Amarnathji Shrine and pay obeisance to Hindu God Lord Shiva, the guardian of the absolute and the destroyer. They make a special effort, sometimes during a 45 days ...

Read More
Beaches in Gujarat

Beaches in Gujarat

March 14, 2016

The beaches along the 1600 kilometre coastline of north western state Gujarat may surprise the travellers by its clear water, white sand and most importantly the quietness, thanks to the low tourism activity. The beach fun in India is normally associated with Goa where most of th...

Read More
Beaches in Gujarat

Beaches in Gujarat

March 14, 2016

The beaches along the 1600 kilometre coastline of north western state Gujarat may surprise the travellers by its clear water, white sand and most importantly the quietness, thanks to the low tourism activity. The beach fun in India is normally associated with Goa where most of th...

Read More