India’s story is one of the grand epics of world history. Throughout thousands of years of great civilizations, invasions, the birth of religions and countless cataclysms, India has time and again proved itself to be, in the words of its first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, ‘a bundle of contradictions held together by strong but invisible threads’. Indian history has always been a work in progress, a process of reinvention and accumulationthat can prove elusive for those seeking to grasp its essential essence. Generally speaking, Brahmanical empires and Hindu–Buddhist dynasties dominated for over a millennium before the arrival of the Islamic
sultanates, which, along with the Mughals, established Muslim control over the region for several hundred years; they were overtaken by the Europeans – especially, of course, the British, who managed to
conquer the peninsula. But even this chronology is deceptive: small dynasties emerged, passed away and emerged again in the shadow of larger empires; power centres shifted subtly, control changed hands back and forth between rivals, and territories expanded and contracted; religion was a big deal or not a big deal, depending on the era. Like a river, you haven’t ever been able to enter the same India twice. And yet, from its myriad upheavals, a vibrant, diverse and thoroughly modern nation has emerged, as enduring as it is dynamic and increasingly geared to meet
the multifarious challenges of the future.

Sirmour – The Peach Bowl of Asia

The region of Sirmaur or Sirmour is in the southeastern corner of the state. It… Read More

Manimahesh – The Seat Of Lord Shiva

The Manimahesh Lake is arranged Twenty-six kilometers from Bharmour in the Budhil valley, one of… Read More

Sach Pass – The World’s Deadliest Road

A piece of one of the most established oldest routes of  Himachal Pradesh, The Sach… Read More

Bikaner- The Royal City of Rajasthan

With very interesting spots to visit in Bikaner - The Royal City of Rajasthan, the… Read More

Ajmer- The Shrines of the Sufis

The number of spots to visit close Ajmer, Ajmer Sharif Dargah has been verifiably exceptionally… Read More

The most Scariest Place in India- Bhangarh Fort

The most Scariest fort of India, Bhangarh was built by King Madho Singh,  the more… Read More

PUSHKAR- A Tale of Ancient City

Pushkar is one of the oldest cities in India. It is Located northwest of Ajmer,… Read More

The largest fort of India- Chittorgarh

Chittorgarh Fort is viewed as the image of Rajput valor, and grit. The Fort is… Read More

The Great wall of India- Kumbhalgarh

Rana Kumbha who found the Kumbhalgarh fort got it built in the Fifteenth Century. Kumbhalgarh… Read More

Jodhpur- The Sun City of India

Jodhpur, the second big city of Rajasthan is referred to as the Blue city just… Read More