My parents gave me wings and I made them fly. This was the main intention of this travel that I took with my parents. They had never traveled through air and I wanted to give them the experience of flying. Sri Lanka became our chosen destination because it offered international factor coupled with the fact that […]
Yesterday, on February 24, 2010, I visited Zakir Rose Garden in Chandiarh–Asia’s largest Rose garden. The garden sprawls over 42.07 acre of land and houses large varities of roses, some of which are considered very rare. The garden was built in 1967 under the guidance of first Chief Commissioner of Chandigarh, Dr. M S Randhawa
Visiting Puttaparti, Andhra Pradesh When you think to visit Puttaparti (Puttāparti, the last ‘t’ being soft), it is imperative that you are curious, attracted or looking to visit Sri Sathya Sai Baba (‘th’ again gives the sound of soft ‘t’). Puttaparti itself is a very small village but due to the transformation that Bhagwan Sri
Today, I picked up my mobike and drove to visit Qutub Minar in Mehrauli, Delhi. I have, many times, closely passed by this monument but was not particularly excited to visit it. There were two reasons–I had visited it earlier in 1995 and secondly I had a misconception that there is nothing much to see.
About Rameshwaram A small and beautiful island in the Rameshwaram district of Tamilnadu, Rameshwaram is one of the very popular religious places in India. Rameshwaram is located in the Gulf of Mannar, which is actually a narrow body of water that separates Tamilnadu from Srilanka. This place is one among the four Dhams in the
On January 2nd 2009, I got the chance to visit Sukhna Lake in Chandigarh. I had gone there earlier also but this time I had my camera with me and could click some photographs of ducks. Sukhna Lake is one of the most sought and visited places in Chandigarh as it offers a lot of
Visitor Attractions in Kanyakumari Kanyakumari is reputed worldwide for its mesmerizing natural beauty. The attractions of Kanyakumari are of historical and religious importance. The seashore of Kanyakumari is highly special since it is the meeting place of Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean. On account of its strategic location, one can see