If it seems like there’s a never ending supply or festivals and celebrations in India, that’s because there is. If you want to know what’s happening, where, when and why, this article offers the answers.
Finding out what’s happening when and where isn’t always easy, but every State has a tourism department that has information about what’s wonderful in its state and why tourist should plan a trip. Here’s the complete list.
With Rajput era palaces, 19th century havelis, safari and seaside resorts, hill stations, tea plantations and more, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing properties and planning amazing adventures in Incredible India.
From railways with UNESCO World Heritage Status and multi award world beating luxurious trains through to pilgrimage routes and tourist trains running up, down and round the continent. On top of all that, there’s the normal service of 14,300 trains that the 1.3 million Indian Railway’s workers keep running. Here’s our guide to them all and how to get your hands on that all important ticket..
This month is not all about holi. Sure, a lot of colours are about to be thrown around, but there’s also a yoga festival in Rishikesh, a water festival in Rajasthan and a Buddhist ritual in enjoy in Sikkim. Find out more inside.
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The Kila Raipur Sports Festival, popularly known as the Rural Olympics, is the main event in the Punjab’s sporting calendar. Every year thousands compete to be crowned champions at events including Bullock Cart Racing, Tent Pegging and Loading and Offloading a trolley of paddy. Sounds amazing, no?