Tagore Hill
Tagore is a popular hilltop tourist spot situated in Morabadi, Ranchi. The hilltop has a historical significance and an association with one of the most revered poets and thinkers of India, Rabindra Nath Tagore. Tagore used to come to this... View Information
Bhagwan Birsa Biological Park
Bhagwan Birsa Biological Park is an eventful place situated in Ranchi. Spread over an area of 104 acres of land, the park comprises of two parts: one zoological park and one biological park. One part of the park is dedicated to accommodatin... View Information
Pahari Mandir
Known earlier as Phansi Tongri because of freedom fighters being hanged at this place, Pahari Mandir is one of the top attractions in Ranchi. In order to honor the sacrifice of freedom fighters, a natural flag is hosted here every Republic... View Information
Bidar: Bidri Handicraft Products
Besides accommodating a number of tourist spots in one place, Bidar is also known as a paradise for shoppers. The place is especially famous for its Bidri handicrafts, woodwork, silver inlaid works, and sandalwood products. Bidriware, which... View Information
Weavers Village
The weaver’s village in Varanasi is the place that sees shopping enthusiasts from all over the world. The village produces handcrafted silk apparel. Varanasi, besides being considered as the holiest city of India, is also the hub of t... View Information
Ajrakhpur: The Art & Craft Village
In the desert city of Bhuj, lies an art and craft village called Ajrakhpur. The place is known for its Ajrakh print (block printing on cloth) all over the world. Located at a distance of 15 kilometres from the city of Bhuj, the village sees... View Information
Hodka: The Art & Craft Village
Believed to have been set up by Halepotra clan from Sindh, Hodka is a small village in Gujarat famous for its handicraft works. Crafts like the Meghwals, traditional leathercraft, and embroidery craftspersons have settled in the village of... View Information
Khavda: The Art & Craft Village
Located in the Kutch district of Gujarat, Khavda is a small village lying on the west side of Paccham Island in the Great Rann of Kutch. It belonged to the Raos of Kutch state. The village has an interesting story behind it. On the birth of... View Information
Raghurajpur: The Heritage Craft Village
Located near Puri, Raghurajpur is a heritage crafts village known for its Pattachitra paintings and other forms of art like leaf and stone engravings. The place is also famous for the paie mache and Gotipua folk dance, which is a predecesso... View Information
Shilpgram: The Art & Craft Village
Shilpgram which is located at a distance of 3 Km from Udaipur city. It is spread around 70 acres of land of breathtaking landscape. Surrounded by the Aravali ranges, Shilpgram makes an exceptional and peculiar spot in the lap of nature. Bes... View Information
Sualkuchi: The Weaving & Craft Village
Sualkuchi is situated on the north side of Brahmaputra in the State of Assam. It is also known as Manchester of Assam due to the large number of cottage industry active in handloom. Assam produces a very unique kind of Silks, Known as Muga... View Information
Naukuchiatal
Naukuchiatal is a small picturesque town situated under the shades of nature. The village is especially famous for its nine cornered lake which expands up to 1 kilometer in length and 40 meters in depth.  Located at some distance from... View Information
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