GANESH CHATURTHI – Festival of Auspicious Beginnings and Prosperity

Ganesh Chaturthi –  The birthday of Lord Ganesha is celebrated in the month of September or October with great vivacity.The festival is believed to proliferate- happiness, good luck, and prosperity among all and is solemnized with highest level of celebrations. Lord Ganesha is worshipped first Continue reading GANESH CHATURTHI – Festival of Auspicious Beginnings and Prosperity

Kashmir – Truly Heaven on Earth

The state has a rich cultural heritage and has a Wealth of ancient literature ,Language, Religion, arts, crafts and music. Tours and Travel to the State of Kashmir offers you an Opportunity to feel the rich and Deep-rooted ancient tradition in the Indian Continue reading Kashmir – Truly Heaven on Earth

Ladakh – The Coldest Desert In World !

Top 10 Must See Places in Ladakh, India!

The peaks of snow mountains on bright mornings part the dense clouds and soar into the skies. Beneath the skies like a world submerged, lies a lost kingdom. Ladakh, the roof of the world opened to tourists only in the last Continue reading Ladakh – The Coldest Desert In World !

Rainy Season in India !!

Family enjoying in rain in a park

CHECK OUT OUR LATEST PREMIUM COLLECTION ON MONSOON !! Rainy season or the Monsoon arrives during 15-25th June all over India, usually. But it’s not being like usual this year. It’s 20th June already and no sign of a single Continue reading Rainy Season in India !!

Bihu – the festival of Assam

Bihu or Bohag Bihu is the most important festival of the people of Assam. It is a festival that transcends all religious and class barriers bringing people together in a free and uninhabited manner. The Assamese observe not one but Continue reading Bihu – the festival of Assam


“Education For All” Education in its broadest, general sense is the means through which the aims and habits of a group of people lives on from one generation to the next Generally, it occurs through any experience that has a formative effect on the Continue reading RIGHT FOR EVERY CHILD

Bengali Wedding

The wedding ceremony (Bengali: bibaho/bie) follows the gaye holud ceremonies. As the wedding ceremony is arranged by the bride’s family, much of the traditions revolve around embarrassing the groom. The groom, along with his friends and family, traditionally arrive later than Continue reading Bengali Wedding