Just 11 Kilometers From The Town And This Beautiful Ewam Monastery
Suddenly, we came up with Ewam Monastery near the Bengal Safari Park.
A Road Trip to Charkhole from Siliguri
Mesmerizing view of snow capped mountains and lush green alpine forests are something will make you fall in love with this place again and again. Each part of this range is unique and has something to give. So, this time we choose Charkhole.
Ghoom Biodiversity Conservation Park, A Beauty with Mystery
Surrounded by blue mountains and green trees, Ghoom Bio Diversity Park is an amazing place to visit in Darjeeling. From the unique flora and fauna, you also get the chance to meet a Himalayan black Bear. It is actually a protected place within the Senchal Wildlife Sanctuary.
A Road Trip to Ajodhya Hills
West Bengal is a beautiful state. It has the beauty of the Himalayas and the waves of Bay of Bengal. But, how many people know about its Eastern Ghats? Just a few days back, I traveled the Ajodhya hills in the Purulia district of West Bengal. It was a one day trip by road from Kolkata. Ajodhya Hills is located 350 km from Kolkata, which takes almost 7 to 8 hours to reach. It is actually a part of Dalma hills and an extended part of Eastern Ghats. We started our journey at night on Saturday by 10:00 pm from Kolkata and reached at Baghmundi by 5:00 am on Sunday…
A Train Journey To North Bengal From Bengaluru
Its been a longtime I did not travel by train. But, some little things made my mind to choose Indian railway again. It was bit different from my other trips as I was coming home and I was so excited for the same. As we all know, its difficult to get train reservations in short time but I was so lucky that I got reservations in Humsafar Express. It was a morning train from Bangalore Cantonment Railway Station and we reached at the station by 8:30 am. We did our breakfast and went to the enquiry center for the train details. Humsafar Express is a long eye catchy sky blue…
Don’t Miss The Granite Fort in Bengaluru
If you are in Bengaluru, then do not miss the granite fort. Yes, I am talking about Bangalore Fort. Bangalore Fort is holding the historic pride of Bengaluru. This was actually a mud fort, built by Kempe Gowda, the founder of Bengaluru in 1537. Later on, Hyder Ali replaced mud with granite stones in 1761. Location: Bangalore Fort is in K.R. Road, New Tharagupet, Bengaluru. This is very close to Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace. So, if you have any plane to visit Tipu Sultan’s Summer palace, you can add this Bangalore Fort also on your list. Timing: It opens at 8:30am in the morning and closes by 5:30 pm everyday.…
History in Hi-Tech City
You have already seen one or two photos of mine on Instagram and Facebook and may be wondering that where is that place? Well, today, I am gonna take you through a historic place in Bengaluru. Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace is a historic Indo – Islamic architecture to visit in the garden city. This palace was commenced by Mysore ruler Hyder Ali and completed during Tipu Sultan’s era in 1791. Location of Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace: This summer palace is located at Albert Victor Road, Chamrajpet, Bengaluru. It is very close to K.R. Market Metro Station. How will you reach the palace? Once you reach Bengaluru, you can take a…
Enjoy a bright sunrise at Nandi Hills
A bright Sunrise and smoky hills can give you a nice kick off for an energetic week. You might be thinking that what am I talking about? It is nothing but a place call Nandi Hills, just 61km away from the Bengaluru City.