Seven wonders of Bangalore

Seven wonders of Bangalore

Seven wonders of Bangalore

Bangalore is silicon valley of India and being one of the developed city in India, here we share a glimpse of Bangalore facts. Take a look.

City of Lakes

Rightfully named as city of lakes, bangalore is home to 25 lakes. Abundance in flora & fauna, you can enjoy a quiet time for yourself. These lakes cater the citizens of bangalore with water, ecology and entertainment.

Inspiration to R.K.Narayan’s Malgudi

Your favourite childhood show, Malgudi days was inspired by the city of Bangalore. It is believed that Malgudi was named after two old villages namely Malleswaram and Basavanagudi.

India’s first electrified city

Bangalore is the first city to be called as electrified city followed by Mumbai and Delhi. Hydroelectric power plant at the banks of Kaveri helped Bangalore grow in every sense.

India’s Silicon Valley

Bangalore is hub to IT companies and Americans literally coined the term BANGLORED, when someone got fire, as the job was outsourced to Bangalore IT companies.

Largest number of engineering colleges in India

Affiliated to Bangalore University, the city has renowned engineering college to serve to the young Indians. Since it is considered to be a It hub, it is bound to excel in it too.

Mecca of Startups

Bangalore has witnessed, young crowd fulfilling their dreams. with 14k to 19k startups till date, some of them are successful like Flipkart, Lukup Media and CouponDunia

Home to renowned scientist

Bangalore has given the world number of renowned scientists, one of them is C.V Raman who won Nobel Prize in 1930

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Top 5 Architectural Heritages or wonders in India to explore

Architectural Heritages or wonders in India

Architectural Heritages or wonders in India

India is diverse and so is its culture. India has abundance of temples, palaces, church and heritage that contributes to the nation’s glory. Each monument has some or the other cultural importance which explains the remains of bygone era. We have listed here, wonders of India that are UNESCO recognized. Take a look at it.

Taj Mahal :

Taj Mahal Agra, Uttar Pradesh. Recognized by UNESCO world heritage in 1983.

Open Time : 8:00 am to 5:00 pm for gate pass and for night view: 8:30 PM to 12:30 AM,

Inspired by Mughal and Iranian Architecture, Taj Mahal s a symbol of love built in 1632 by Shah Jahan, to house the tomb of his favorite wife, Mumtaz Mahal

Hampi – Ruins of Vijayanagar :

Hampi-Ruins of vijayanagar empire: Bellary, Karnataka. Recognized by UNESCO in 1986.

Open Time : 7:30 am to 5:30 pm.

Hampi houses a number of religious monuments, temples like Virupaksha Temple. The ruins when found is subject to great sophistication and arrangements.

Khajuraho :

Khajuraho, Chhatarpur, MAdhya Pradesh. Recognized by UNESCO in 1986.

Open time : Winter Season: 11 am to 3 pm and summer season 11 am to 4 pm.

Khajuraho consist of Hindu and Jain temples built in Nagara style and home to most erotic sculptures. 175 kms from Jhansi, the destination is worth a visit.

Konark Sun Temple :

Konark Sun Temple: Puri District, Orissa. Recognized by UNESCO in 1984.

Open Time : 10 am to 5 pm, closed on friday.

Listed in one of the seven wonders in India, Konark Sun temple is shaped like a chariot with carved stone wheels, and walls. Just 65 kms from Bhubaneshwar, you can enjoy quiet a time here.

Jantar Mantar Jaipur :

Jantar Mantar: Jaipur, Rajasthan. Recognized by UNESCO: 2010.

Open Time : 9 am to 4:30 pm.

Jantar Mantar is a collection of nineteen architectural astronomical instruments, and is house to largest sundial in the world.

These heritages in India hold a prestigious stand. They are beautiful and decorated with intricate carvings, they are worth a visit. Get the best of India here by experiencing its wonders.

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Top 5 Monsoon getaways in India

Top 5 Monsoon getaways in India

Top 5 Monsoon getaways in India

Love to travel?? Embrace mother nature at its best. Monsoon vacation is the best one to enjoy nature to the fullest and get relaxed. Leave all your tension and get prepared to relieve your stress. We here help you with top five destinations which are appropriate for monsoon holidays and here you can enjoy your holidays to the fullest.

  1. Munnar – Kerala ( Nearest city Madurai railway station – 135 kms ): God’s own country, heaven on earth. Munnar, a hilly destination to refresh and rejuvenate you. Nature at its best, have fun.
  2. Coorg – Karnataka  ( Nearest city Bangalore – 243 kms ): if you are out for a short trip, Coorg is the best hilly destination in Karnataka. Natural stress reliever, a quiet serene place.
  3. Alibaug – Maharashtra  ( Nearest city Mumbai – 120 kms ): A mini Goa treat, Alibaug is the fun getaway filled with exciting beaches. Have loads of fun with family, friends and your loved ones.
  4. Kodaikanal – Tamil Nadu ( Nearest City Bangalore – 421 kms ): KodaiKanal is the princess of Hill Station and a refreshing destination to visit. You will be greeted with loads of flora and fauna to enjoy here.
  5. Kasauli – Himachal Pradesh (Nearest City Delhi – 288 kms): A picturesque hill station defined by charm and beauty. Less crowded and therefore a best destination to relax in fresh air.

The above Monsoon Getaways in India give you best of everything. Be it nature, luxury or adventure, you wish and you have it here. Unravel these best places, plan your monsoon trip today.

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Maha Shivratri: A Day Of Convergence Of Shiva And Shakti

Happy Mahashivratri

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Maha Shivratri is a day that is observed to worship Lord Shiva. For Hindus, Lord Shiva is one of the important deities and on this day devotees sings hymns and praises in the name of the Lord. You will see that Shiva temples all over the country are decorated with colorful lights and devotional music is played. On this auspicious day of the marriage of Lord Shiva to Goddess Parvati, devotees observe fast throughout the day and offer worship of Shiva Lingam.

Celebrate The National Science Day in The Memory Of The Man Who Gave Us Raman Effect!

National Science Day

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Chandrashekara Venkat Ramana was the scientist who discovered the Raman Effect of particle scattering. He was awarded the Nobel Prize and hence in his honor, his birthday is celebrated as the National Science Day in India. Science fests and events are organized in schools and colleges for the same and students are educated about him.

Know More About The Marathi Language Day

Marathi Rajbhasha Din (मराठी राज्यभाषा दिन)

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Let us all remember the legendary Marathi author – Kusumagraj on his birth anniversary. Kusumagraj popularly known as Vishnu Vaman Shirwadkar was born on 27th February, 1912 and hence this day is observed as Marathi Diwas.  “Marathi Language Day”  is another name by which this historic day is well-known in Maharashtra, India and worldwide.  There are numerous seminars and cultural shows organized on this day as a mark of respect to the eminent personality.

Find All Travel Related Information At The India Travel Mart Goa!

India Travel Mart - Goa

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The India Travel Mart is taking place in Goa for a span of 3 days starting from 27th February. It is a one stop destination to find all travel related things in one place. It is an event where road shows, travel agent conferences, global linkages, corporate meet ups and much more happens.