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How To Do India’s Golden Triangle Tour – A Brief Guide

Delhi, Agra and Jaipur make up the popular India’s Golden triangle tour circuit. This is the most popular tourist route in India and we have seen mostly the first timers visiting India prefer to choose this route to get a sense of India before going for the deep Indian experience at other places of India. Read more about How To Do India’s Golden Triangle Tour – A Brief Guide[…]

Nalanda University Ruins: Visiting World’s Most Ancient University

Towards the Southeast of Patna, the Capital City of Bihar State in India, is a village called the ‘Bada Gaon’, in the vicinity of which, are the world-famous ruins of Nalanda University. The ruins of the world’s most ancient university lies here which is 62 km from Bodhgaya and 90 km south of Patna. A combination Read more about Nalanda University Ruins: Visiting World’s Most Ancient University[…]

20 Top Tourist Places in India – Must See Destinations

Must See India Destinations That Capture India’s Diverse Charm Planning a trip to India?  What are the most popular top tourist places in India? It’s always difficult to choose where to start and what all to include when it comes to India. No matter how much time you have in your hands, it’s impossible to Read more about 20 Top Tourist Places in India – Must See Destinations[…]

Shekhawati Havelis Mandawa – Rajasthan’s Open-air Art Gallery

Shekhawati Havelis Mandawa – also known as Rajasthan’s open-air art gallery because of flawlessly frescoes painted on the walls of elaborate havelis in the area, Shekhawati—around 160 km (100 miles) from Jaipur or 200 km (124 miles) from Delhi—makes a charming day trip. On my recent Wander Across India tour, I got the chance to Read more about Shekhawati Havelis Mandawa – Rajasthan’s Open-air Art Gallery[…]

Recap of Four Weeks in India – My 6th India Luxury Tour

Yesterday, my sixth escorted India Through the Back Door tour came to an end. And I must say, it was a strange feeling to say goodbye to another splendid couple, people whom I was fortunate to get to know quite well over the past four weeks in India. Our group had our last meal together, our Read more about Recap of Four Weeks in India – My 6th India Luxury Tour[…]

How To Avoid Swine Flu While Traveling India

As of late more than 200 individuals in India have died in under two months because of swine flu. With the lethal infection spreading rapidly in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Telangana, and the capital city, New Delhi, tourists are particularly vulnerable to getting swine flu since they are exposed to countless individuals, some of whom may be Read more about How To Avoid Swine Flu While Traveling India[…]