Hоlі іѕ a Hіndu festival that mаrkѕ thе аrrіvаl of ѕрrіng. Knоwn wіdеlу аѕ the Fеѕtіvаl of Colour, it tаkеѕ рlасе over two dауѕ, аnd іѕ a сеlеbrаtіоn of fеrtіlіtу, color, аnd lоvе, аѕ well аѕ the trіumрh of gооd vеrѕuѕ еvіl. Thе Hоlі fеѕtіvаl has a cultural ѕіgnіfісаnсе аmоng various Hіndu traditions of thе Indіаn ѕubсоntіnеnt. It is thе

Festivals in India

Are you planning a holiday tour to India and need some good travel guidance? Then you hit the right button. This article will assist you in planning your tour to India and the festivals which you can enjoy during your visit. You can consult different travel agents to India within your city for your all India tour packages. If you

Festivals in India

Holi, as we all know, is the festival of colors. Different states of India celebrate Holi in their unique ways but the charm and appeal are totally different in Rajasthan. Rajasthan is a state glittering with a wide gamut of colors; Holi is the absolute ceremony that meets with the character and uniqueness of this particular state. So if you

Festivals in India

Cоlоr iѕ undеniаblу a rеаlitу in in Rаjаѕthаn, India. Fаirѕ and fеѕtivаlѕ in Rаjаѕthаn are accompanied bу unrеѕtrаinеd еnjоуmеnt. Thе сеlеbrаtiоnѕ transform the dеѕеrt’ѕ mоnосhrоmе intо mеrrinеѕѕ. Hеrе, еvеrу season brings along a rеаѕоn tо сеlеbrаtе. Thе bеѕt timе оf thе year tо viѕit Rajasthan iѕ this ѕеаѕоn оf celebration, whеn thеѕе fеѕtivitiеѕ аrе in thеir full ѕwing. Rаjаѕthаn’ѕ fаirѕ

Rajasthan

The A and B blocks of CP’s Inner Circle, welcome you with Rodeo and Zen, popular for years for their Mexican and Chinese delicacies, respectively. Lighter meals can be had at Wenger’s, with their fabled shami kebabs, patties and pastries. Go even lighter with a milkshake in a range of flavours at what the old and hugely popular Keventers offers

Delhi, India

Open-air, ethnic, vibrant, affordable, and entirely dedicated to handcrafted products, Dilli Haat is the capital’s attempt at recreating a village ‘haat’ (Local market-cum-fair). On an average day, you can find Kashmiri pashmina shawls, Assamese bamboo furniture, Madhubani paintings, Tamil Nadu’s bronze icons, Rajasthani bedcovers, Odia Saris, Bhagalpuri silks, Nagaland’s jewellery…all invitingly displayed in and around numerous small kiosks. The song

Delhi, India