India will not only get its first bullet train in coming year's but it will give an extra thrill riding underwater. Yes you have read it right! bullet train riding underwater. Mumbai and Ahmedabad are soon going to be connected by a bullet train which will cover a distance of 508 km in about 2 hours… Continue reading India’s First Bullet Train Will Go Through An Underwater Tunnel!
In the first two weeks of April Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden opens its gate for Asia’s largest tulip festival. The department of horticulture in Kashmir, takes care of the gardens and organises the festival. Tulip festival offers an extraordinary sight, hosting more than 60 varieties of Tulips some of which are even imported. The breathtaking beauty of garden… Continue reading Asia’s Largest Tulip Festival
The Kumbh Mela is considered to the largest religious gathering on the earth. Traditionally the Kumbh Mela is organized at 4 places in India and are recognized as the: the Haridwar Kumbh Mela, the Allahabad Kumbh Mela, the Nashik-Trimbakeshwar Simhastha and the Ujjain Simhastha. The fairs are held periodically in the order of Haridwar, Allahabad, Nasik… Continue reading Kumbh Mela – The Largest Gathering on Earth
Gujarati are well known all over the world for their business acumen and here is yet another example to prove that. India's First ever underwater restaurant Real Poseidon is located Ahmadabad and has already taken off. Spread across 3000 square ft and plushed with 1,50,000 liters of water, the 32-seater restaurant opened its doors on 1st February and… Continue reading India’s First Underwater Restaurant
"The land is so barren and passes so high that only the best of friends and fiercest of enemies come by" The Siachen Glacier located in the eastern Karakoram range in the Himalaya Mountains is the highest and coldest battlefield in the world at an average altitude of 20,000 feet where the temperature dips to… Continue reading Siachen – World’s Highest Battlefield
Takshila (Pronounced as Takshashila in Sanskrit) is located in the Rawalpindi District of the Punjab province in Pakistan which was once a part of ancient India. Takshashila University is supposed to be dated back to 700 BC, the University flourished from 600 BC to 500 AD, in the kingdom of Gandhar. It was known as a center of… Continue reading Takshashila University – Chief Learning Centre in Ancient India
Majuli is a river island in the Brahmaputra River, Assam, India. Though Majuli, is touted in the media and tourist brochures as the largest river island in the world, It is not. The Bananal Island in Brazil is much larger at 19,000 square kilometres. With each passing day the Majuli is in fact shrinking and is… Continue reading Majuli – The River Island on the Brahmaputra