Beautiful Desserts In India

Desert does not mean to only sand dunes and exceedingly hot climate and temperatures like the Great Indian Sand Desert of Rajasthan, It also includes the dead land of Kutch and the valley of cold mountains of Himachal. India is home to three of the best and most beautiful type of deserts, one can fall in love with and should visit at least once.

Dessert Mount Valley


The Cold Mountain Desert of the Trans-Himalayas is located high in the great Himalaya mountains in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. DesertMountain Valley of Lahaul and Spiti is surrounded by high mountain ranges and receives heavy snowfalls during the winter and cut from rest of India by eight months of the year. Cold Mountain Desert of Himalayas is one of the most beautiful desert one can ever visit in India.



5 Stunning Indian Beaches You Must Visit


Nothing takes you away from the rising stress levels at work more than the salty sea air, wind blowing in your face, the humbling expanse of the majestic ocean in front of you. With India’s vast coastline, there is really no dearth of wonderfully scenic beaches that offer everything — from beach parties and cabanas to solitude and water sports. Here are five from across the Indian subcontinent that you should definitely check out: (more…)

Frozen Lakes of India


With the relentless heat abating, it certainly is a blessing to be able to venture into colder places to experience the snow and the icy panoramas that winter has to offer.  As winter advances and some lakes freeze, there’s nothing like winter’s balm to alleviate one’s lassitude. If the snow queen actually existed, she would have been chuffed to bits! Here’s a list of some of India’s frozen paradise of great lakes situated at greater heights. (more…)

Chini ka Roza- Exploring Agra

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Allama Afzal Khan Mullah, was the prime minister in the court of Shah Jahan. Being as Prime Minister, he was a great poet. During the period rule of Shah Jahan, he had great love towards architecture. He has built, several monuments, and masterpieces, which is bestowed with the poet writing of his prime minister Allama Afzal Khan Mullah. The most of the monuments and forts in Agra, and Mughal architect, is either in Red stone or in white marble finishing.  (more…)

Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary- Gujarat


The Nalsarovar Lake in Gujarat is probably the largest water bird sanctuary in the country. It has been identified as one of the 15 important wetlands of India by the National Committee on Wetlands for intensive conservation. Nalsarovar may also be a potential site for consideration as a wetland of international importance. Besides being one of the largest bird sanctuaries, Nalsarovar harbours one of the highest populations of waterfowl anywhere in India. It supports a variety of other resident bird species, and it also attracts several migrant varieties. (more…)

Kutch Rann Utsav 2015- Gujarat



Visualized by the Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi in 2006, Gujarat Tourism organizes Rann Utsav in Kutch district annually in the month of 1st of December till 5th of March, 2015. The Rann Utsav ( experiences a global audience every year to view the beautiful white desert/ Rann in the moonlight. There are many activities for the tourists to enjoy their stay in the White Rann. The full moon night is the right time to view the rann turn into milky white sand.  Shri Narendra Modi has attended this festival several times since its inception. (more…)

City Of Bridges- Surat

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Surat tourist attractions have always drawn travelers from different parts of India. Tourists from other countries also come to the state of Gujarat to visit the tourist spots in Surat. The suitable time to visit the city of Surat in Gujarat is during the months of October to March.

Surat City is famous for its Diamond Market and Textile Market, but i decided to explore bridges all over surat. So here are few images of the city of bridges-surat.. (more…)

Dal Lake- Exploring Jammu & Kashmir



Known as the Jewel in the Crown of Kashmir and Srinagar’s Jewel, Dal Lake is the most important landmark of Srinagar. It figures high on tourist itineraries and every tourist to the Kashmir valley makes it a point to visit the water body.
Dal Lake is lined by gardens built in the Mughal era and many parks. Mughals, who were smitten by the beauty of Kashmir, laid extensive gardens to heighten its beauty. The best views of the lake can be seen from the Shalimar Garden and Nishat Garden that were built during the reign of Mughal Emperor, Jehangir. (more…)

Exciting Pahalgam- Exploring Jammu & Kashmir


Pahalgam is a town and a notified area committee in Anantnag district of the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir. It is a popular tourist destination, and every year, many tourists visit Pahalgam. This world famous hill station is 45 km. from the District Headquarters atAnantnag and located on the banks of Lidder River at an altitude of 7200 ft. from sea level. Pahalgam is one among the five tehsils of Anantnag district and tehsil headquarters are located in the main town of Pahalgam. (more…)

Sonamarg- Exploring Jammu & Kashmir


Sonamarg, a hill-station in Kashmir Valley. It is a very calm, quiet and uncrowded place, located about 87 kilometers away from Srinagar (the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir). It has an elevation of 9,200 feet, a pristine landscape, and gorgeous natural scenery. Some of its mountains are covered with snow throughout the year. The Thajiwas Glacier, located in its mountains, attracts tourists in summer. (more…)