Surrounded by the mighty Himalayan mountains, at an altitude of 3500m, Leh is a vibrant town in Ladakh in the state of Jammu & Kashmir. After a day of necessary acclimatation, go and explore the region that is mainly inhabited by Buddhists.
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 winters.
Watch what the Indian states have in store for travellers, as the World Travel Market (WTM) London, at Excel London on the Royal Victoria Dock, yet again brings the travel industry together from November 6-8, through its events, content and digital tools, to support the growth of global travel industry by facilitating new connections and lasting business relationships, and by applying global network and expertise to local markets.
Nepal Tourism is trying to redefine the country’s image as a gateway to the Himalayas. Shankar Prasad Adhikari, Secretary of Ministry of Culture, Tourism & Civil Aviation – Government of Nepal, spoke to MIGTV in an exclusive interview on how Nepal depends heavily on Indian tourists. He shared with us how Nepal is getting back to business following a quick revival post survival.
A shopping experience in Jaipur’s Bapu Bazar is as colourful as the city in the north-western state of Rajasthan. It’s a place where tradition continues to thrive in the form of material goods that are a representation of the place’s culture and heritage.
College Street, in the eastern Indian metropolis of Kolkata, remains a favourite for visitors and locals looking to stack up their libraries.
It was for the third time that the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand organised the Ultimate Uttarakhand Himalayan MTB challenge, wherein more than 80 professional bikers participated from over 15 countries.
You have seen them in Satyajit Ray’s Mahanagar or Buddhadeb Dasgupta’s Grihayuddha. You have seen them in Mani Ratnam’s Yuva, recently in Sujoy Ghosh’s Kahani or Dibakar Bannerjee’s Detective Byomkesh Bakshy – trams have inspired cinematic journeys that carry the legacy of the British Raj and hold a pompous narrative of Calcutta becoming Kolkata henceforth.