Barabar Caves
One of the oldest surviving rock-cut caves in the India, Barabar caves are one of the most excellent examples of ancient Indian architecture. Carved entirely out of granite, the Caves have two main rooms. The Caves are mentioned in the Maha... View Information
Vishnupad Temple
The Vishnupad temple is situated beside river Falgu. Legend has it that Lord Rama along with his wife Sita, had visited the temple, which dates back to thousands of years. However, the modern structure was built in the year 1787. The place... View Information
Great Buddha Statue
The Great Buddha statue is one of the most iconic Buddhist monuments, located in Bodhgaya, Bihar. What makes it stand out is its height. The statue stands 19.507 meters high, which equals to 64 feet. The monument displays Lord Buddha seated... View Information
Immaculate Conception Cathedral
The Immaculate Conception Cathedral was established in 1686 for St Peters. It is a beautiful church of Capuchins and was initially served as a small chapel situated outside the government park.  It is one of the monuments that survive... View Information
Sri Gokilambal Thirukameswar Temple
Also known as Villainur Temple, this place is one of the most sacred places of worship for the Hindu community. The temple hosts one of the most popular festivals called Brahmotsavam, it is observed for ten days continuously and is attended... View Information
Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands have no shortage of tourist attractions. Each place to visit here is better than the last and overall makes up for some fun times with friends and family. One such attraction is the Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports... View Information
Shri Ventrimalai  Murugan Temple
Dedicated to Lord Murugan, Shri Vetrimalai Murugan temple is believed to be one of the most sacred and holy temples located in Andaman. The temple also accommodates idols of Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva, and Goddess Parvati. The infrastructure... View Information
Havelock island, Andaman and Nicobar
One of the largest and most popular islands of Andaman and Nicobar, Havelock, with its crystal blue water and glossy sand, is a paradise beach enthusiast. It is located around 57 kilometres north-east of the capital city of Port Blair and i... View Information
Mount Harriet and Madhuban- Winding Across a Picturesque Terrain
Andaman and Nicobar island house several popular tourist attractions. Beaches surround the island offering crystal clear water and scenic environments throughout. However, what most people fail to indulge themselves in when they visit Andam... View Information
Elephant Falls,Meghalaya
One of the most famous falls in North-East India, Elephant falls gets its name from an elephant-shaped rock at the side of the fall. The fall is in three layers, and each layer is accessible through different vantage points. The first layer... View Information
Yumthang Valley Sikkim
Popularly known as the valley of flowers, Yumthang Valley has often been compared to the valleys of Switzerland. It is located in North Sikkim, 140 kilometres from North of Gangtok. The valley accommodates, among its folds, exotic hot sprin... View Information
Lachung mountain ,sikkim
Lachung mountain is situated at the spot where two tributaries Lachung and Lachen meet. The frequent number of waterfalls surrounding this area is one of the reasons why it is a tourist hotspot. You can catch a glimpse of the snow-covered m... View Information
Pemayangtse Monastery ,pelling ,Sikkim.
Situated in the Pelling region of Sikkim, Pemayangtse is a highly cherished Buddhist monastery. Marking its name as one of the oldest monasteries of the state, it stands tall on a hilltop with the historical Rabdentse ruins in the backdrop.... View Information
samco ropeway darjeeling
Situated at a distance of 20 kilometres away from the city of Kalimpong on the Siliguri highway, Samco Ropeway was created by Christian missionaries to make it easy to spread the gospel. The ropeway expands across a distance of 1.5 kilometr... View Information
Kundalika River Rafting
Kolad is famous for its cascading waterfalls, lush green meadows, and gorgeous scenery. Mostly famous for its river rafting, Kolad is a small village in Raigad district in Maharashtra. The best time to visit this place is during monsoon as... View Information
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