Festival of lights.. !! Very first thing that strikes our mind is Diwali. One of the most important festivals of Hindus celebrated every year during the autumn season. Its spirituality signifies the victory of light over the darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil and hope over despair. The festival is the five-day celebration where..
Hindus across UP celebrate Sharad Navratri. Navratri translates to nine nights of devotion and festivities in honor of Goddess Durga or Shakti. Soon after the culmination of Navratri is the holy occasion Vijay Dashmi, which is also celebrated as Dussehra. Dussehra marks the epic defeat of Ravana by Lord Ram according to the Ramayana. In..
The vibrant and jubilant festival of Durga Puja, also known as Durgotsava, Dussehra or Vijayadashmi, is celebrated across India as per the auspicious Hindu religious calendar in the month of Ashvin or Ashwayuja, which usually coincides with time between the months September to November, as per the Gregorian calendar. This multi-day Navratri festival features..
At this elated time of the year, Uttar Pradesh is immensely packed with festive gaiety and its streets adorned with lights. Amidst all this gleam and dazzle, the state also holds onto a little share of happiness for your- Shopping! From department stores and malls that span multiple levels to itty bitty independently run shops,..
India is a nation of various exotic locations, architectural wonders and calmness of the hills to mesmerizing seas and wildlife experiences, the country has it all. India is not only the second largest tourism market in Asia after China but was also ranked 11th in the twenty fastest-growing tourism destinations worldwide by the World Travel..