They say the road less travel is the best travelled. Places which aren’t explored or exploited much are best to visit this vacation. India the country of diversity has many such beautiful places which a holiday trip is still not, but they are the places which must be seen and to be known India in an altogether different way. So, here’s a list of 8 off-beat destinations in India, which will make you pack your bags and visit these beguiling destinations. Continue reading “8 OFF-BEAT PLACES TO VISIT IN INDIA”
Also known as “Scotland of the East”, the beautiful city of Shillong is set amidst the rolling hills of Meghalaya. Famous for its natural diversity and scenic beauty, the city and its suburbs have a lot to offer for visiting tourists.
The majestic, cascading waterfalls, the vibrant culture of the three tribes that inhabit the area, namely the Khasi, Garo, and Jaintia tribes, as well as the small churches set in the undulating plains of the countryside, will make one feel as if they have landed in heaven.
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Shantiniketan is a famous town near Bolpur in the Birbhum district of West Bengal. It is mainly known for the famous university Vishva Bharati, set up by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore, one of Bengal’s greatest figures. It is well-known for its contribution to education, art, and literature.
In 1862, Maharshi Debendranath Tagore, father of Rabindranath Tagore found this place very peaceful. He renamed it Shantiniketan, which means abode (Niketan) of peace (Shanti). In 1863, he founded an institution here. In 1901, Rabindranath Tagore started a school. Later he established Visva Bharati University here.
How To Get To SHANTINIKETAN
Shantiniketan is well-connected by rail and road from Kolkata. The train journey is short (about two hours) and scenic, to enjoy local food and music. It is good to reserve your seats in advance.
Road trip to Shantiniketan is amazing and refreshing as well. It will take approximately three hours.
What To See
Vishva Bharati university campus, the most important place in town which opens for visitors after 1 pm. This university offers a variety of courses. The most renowned ones are Sangeet Bhavan, the music department, and Kala Bhavan, the art department.
Amritakunj is the open air classroom which is absolutely unique. Kala Bhavan is a worth visiting place where you can witness the works of some of India’s most renowned artists and watch students engrossed in creating their own masterpieces. Continue reading “Shantiniketan, West Bengal”
The obligatory first stop on rivers of North India’s so-called Golden triangle is a switch in dust and modernization’s haphazard sprawl. It’s so much easy to lose an old city created 18 Century by farsighted Maharaja. It may appear an ordinary boring City to you until you know it’s specialties. Known as the Pink City of India the capital of Rajasthan attracts many visitors during the year due to its rich Heritage and Culture. It is a place where one can find the fusion of cultures and traditions with westernization. Age old structures and palaces in, a home to the valiant Rajput, have kept the old world charm intact and still reverberate with its grandeur.
The temples in this Regina of Jaipur are famous for its faith and reliability are famous for its faith and reliability of people towards their god. Temples like Birla Mandir, Khole ke hanuman Ji and many other places have an important place in the heart of a jaipurite.
There are a lot of things to do when one visits Jaipur: Continue reading “Jaipur, the Pink City of India”