Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Five top tips for enjoying JLF

It is that time of the year when literature fever is high and excitement is building for the biggest ever line-up at the 9th...

Glamping

Now a days, people are opting more for a new trend in weekend getaway and travel has that offers outdoor enthusiasts an upgrade on rest...

5 MINI ROADTRIPS FROM JAIPUR YOU SHOULD DEFINITELY TAKE !

Samode Placed at a brief distance of 42 Km from the Pinkcity, Samode is a heritage getaway from the hustle bustle of the city. Samode...

World Tourism Day Celebration @ Jaipur

The Programme Sheet: 27 Sept’ 2015 All Government Monument Free Entry and Traditional Welcome All day Shehnai Vadan at Albert Hall, Shehnai & Small Folk performance at...

Lesser known tourist places in Rajasthan – Ranakpur Temple

Abhay Saxena Ranakpur is a small village in south Rajasthan, located in Pali district at a distance of 91 km north-west from Udaipur. It is...

Lesser known tourist places in Rajasthan – Bhainsrorgarh

Bhainsrorgarh – A fort on a river of glass Around 300 km from Jaipur and further south of Kota city, stands the mighty and yet...

TEMPLE TOURISM IN RAJASTHAN

- Dr. Anukrati Sharma Rajasthan is a land of traditions and culture. It holds a unique status with its diverse and distinct heritage, culture, tradition,...

Lesser Known Places in Rajasthan: Kumbhalgarh

-Abhay Saxena Considered to be the most impregnable fort in Rajasthan, Kumbhalgarh is a massive complex located 82 km north of Udaipur. Built in 15th...

Travel Industry Upbeat with GITB

Jaipur, 19 April: The 8th edition of The Great Indian Travel Bazaar ended with euphoria among the travel trade. The ‘buyers’ and ‘sellers’ expressed great...

Lesser Known Tourist Places in Rajasthan – Baroli Temples

Baroli Temples – Hidden ancient wonders Abhay Saxena One of the oldest and most striking temple complexes in India is located in Baroli village near Rawatbhata...