Statue of Unity is the world’s tallest man-made structure standing 182 meters tall. The statue is built in the memory of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel – a social leader who played an important role in India’s struggle for freedom. Post independence, he was the one who guided India into a united and independent nation. Continue reading “Travel 101: Statue of Unity, Gujarat”
Like they say- You don’t get older, you only get better. So why not make your birthday celebration better than ever? Beyond dinners, clubs, and pubs, there lies such great birthday destinations in India to celebrate your day in an unconventional way. And here we list the top 5 destinations for your upcoming birthday. Continue reading “Top 5 Birthday Destinations in India”
The land of Lord Jagannath – Puri is also a launch pad for Sand Artists. This art of shaping sculptures on sand became popular after Sudarshan Pattnaik started representing the tourism department of the Government of India during 1998. Who knew, this child of destiny will represent India in more than 60 international Sand Sculpture championship and festivals and would bag 27 awards for the nation. Continue reading “The Sand-Sculpture Artists of Puri”
I recently had the opportunity of visiting one of the best places to visit near Vadodara – Ratanmahal Wildlife Sanctuary. Situated near the Gujarat – Madhya Pradesh border, this forest has an eco-campsite that is run by the Forest Department of Gujarat.
Right from the moment, I stepped there I knew that I was in for a mini-adventure. After all, camping in tents in the middle of a forest is enough to get the adrenaline rushing through your veins! On reaching, I had a scrumptious breakfast and then started my little adventure into the bowels of the forest. Continue reading “My Tryst with the Wild: Ratanmahal”
International Yoga Festival is an annual festival of Yoga training and learning from visitors all across the world. The year 2018 edition of IYF witnessed more than 2000 participants from over 100 countries. Continue reading “International Yoga Festival: A pursuit of unity in divinity”