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The Rann of Kutch, also known as the Great Rann of Kutch (there's a Little Rann of Kutchas...

Known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, Kochi was an important spice trading centre on the west...

The golden burning peaks of snow clad Panchchulli range, Hansling Peak, Trishul Peaks, some...

A small sparkling village located in Bankura district of West Bengal. In Bengali, Jhilimili...

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Place of Natural Beauty

The Rann of Kutch



The golden burning peaks of snow clad Panchchulli range, Hansling Peak, Trishul Peaks, some peaks of Nandadevi range and Nandakut range and some glaciers spread throughout 360 degree viewing range, the milky white easy flowing Gauriganga river and the surrounding dense forests of Pine and Silver Far - all these make Munsiyari a forget me never type destination in the Himalayas.


A small sparkling village located in Bankura district of West Bengal. In Bengali, Jhilimili means sparkle or twinkle. The place is sparkling indeed. Located on the top of a small hillock, the very green village is full of dense forest with Shawl, Shagoon and some other big trees and is surrounded by fre flowing hilly streamlets and a river nearby. The soil is full of biotite mica. The river sand, the streamlets, the mica and the shawl trees make the place sparkle in the dark. A superb destination for spending two or three days.

Aryapalli beach, Chatrapur beach and the turtle breading beaches

Chatrapur beach in Odisha or Orissa is different from all other beaches of the world. Chatrapur is the head quarter of the Ganjam district. There are a few beautiful beaches spread in this area. Chatrapur (also spelt as Chhatrapur) is a town and a notified area committee in Ganjam District in the state of Odisha, India. It is the headquarters town of Ganjam District. There are two railway stations in Chatrapur; they are Chatrapur Station and Chatrapur Court Station.


Loneliness surrounded by lash green valleys, snow capped enormously high peaks of the Himalayas (Kanchenjungha in particular), sparkling bright blue firmament and bright sunshine in windy chilling cold - all it make Pelling  - a forget me never type hamlet in Sikkim.

The town of Pelling is famous for it's magnificent views of the snow-capped mountains of Kanchenjunga and its ranges it has a rich history, nature environment and local culture.


Originally just a cluster of villages that was administered intermittently by Nepal and Sikkim, Darjeeling grew in prominence during the mid 19th century when, because of its climate, the British first established a hill station there after leasing it from the Chogyal of Sikkim and later discovered that the area was particularly well suited for tea plantations. In 1849, the British annexed the area and Darjeeling became a part of British India.


The city is located on the bank of the River Subarnarekha (the word ‘Subarnarekha’ means golden streak), and is situated in an undulating forested area. It has been a popular place frequented mostly by people from West Bengal, who have been going there for a change of place and climate. The noted Bengali writer Bibhuti Bhusan Bandopadhyay of Pather Panchali fame was a resident of the city.


Its' not far from railway heads or National Highway, yet it's far from the madding crowd. The rustic sea with magically yet regularly retreating waves and the careless loneliness makes it attractive for those who enjoys the company of the beautiful and quiet sea.

The place is calm and quiet. The place is safe and peaceful. The place is warm and beautiful.


Haridwar, literally Gateway to God, is one of the Hindu holy places in India and a center of Hindu religion and mysticism for centuries. Located on the banks of River Ganges (Ganga), at the point where the Ganges descends from the hills to the North Indian plains, Haridwar attracts a large number of Hindu pilgrims from all over the world.