Allahabad-the king of all pilgrimage

Allahabad is among the largest cities in Uttar Pradesh . Formerly called Prayag as Lord Brahma chose a land on earth were 3 rivers would meet. The city had always been the centre of Indian history. From the evidences of Mahabharata, Emperor Akbar declaring it to be waterway landmark in north India to independence struggle […]


Lucknow- Discover the Orchard of Cultures

Being the city of Nawabs, Lucknow is an ideal place for sightseeing . Its diverse monuments,residencies and parks resemble architectural structure from mughal  to modern period of India. Besides, fun park ,Grand market and “Nawabi” cuisines adds to its effect. Peak season – November to March, especially when Litfest(India’s 2nd largest literature festival) is organised […]

Kanyakumari- Where The Three Seas Meet

Kanyakumari, the southern tip of India, the place which is surrounded by the sea on three side, and mountains on the foyrth side has its own glorious past, marvelous present and a very promising future. This is the only place in India, where the three major water bodies meet, namely The Bay of Bengal, The […]

Amritsar- A dive into the history of Sikhism

Amritsar, historically also known as Ramdaspur. Amritsar is the home for spiritual and cultural center of Sikh religion. This Sikh shrine attracts more visitors than the Taj Mahal with more than 100,000 visitors on weekdays alone. So you must pay your visit to this holy city. Budget: INR 400-500 per day (including Delicious food). When to […]


5 Tourist Places in Pune that can be covered in 1 day and within 1k

Renowned for its historical importance Pune has a lot to offer you with its authentic cuisine, panoramic views, salutary environment and ancient landmarks from the time of the greatest rulers of Maharashtra. Peak season: October-March Climate: Hot semi-arid climate with rainy season from June-October Budget : INR 800-1000 approx. for a day (including rail/ST bus […]