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When In India For 21 Days - Three Week Suggested Itineraries

If you have time of 3 weeks on your hands and you have a fancy for India, here are some itinerary suggestions to pick one from. The first pick we have for you is 3 Weeks in India Itinerary: Delhi, Kerala, Goa and Mumbai itinerary by Vicky Flip Flop. This itinerary highlights Delhi and The Golden Triangle, Kerala, Goa and Mumbai. This itinerary is a famous one as is gives you a bit of both North and South India. You start the trip in Delhi, proceed to Agra and then eventually explore various cities in Rajasthan. From then on you explore Kerala and then Mumbai and Goa. Click this link to learn about the detailed itinerary.//vickyflipfloptravels.com/3-weeks-in-india-itinerary/ Image Courtesy: Pexels The next pick is for those of you who are into backpacking trips. The itinerary is called India Backpacking route – Three to four week itinerary by Evy Ven Kan. This itinerary will help you for your perfect low budget backpacking trip and cover all the famous spots. The cities included are Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Pushkar, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Mumbai and Goa. Click this link to learn about the detailed itinerary.https://www.reisjevrij.nl/en/backpacking-route-india-three-to-four-week-itinerary/ Image Courtesy: Flickr This third pick is called India itinerary. Best Ideas for two, three and four weeks. The itinerary lets you pick for three different time periods. The two week itinerary with the golden triangle ( Delhi - Agra- Rajasthan) is extended to a three week one by adding Aurangabad/Hampi and Goa. Click this link to learn about the detailed itinerary.//www.travelsauro.com/india-itinerary-two-three-four-weeks/’’

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All You Need To Know About Mysore and Ooty

Mysore and Ooty are two gorgeous places in South India that have palaces, tea estates, natural parks and lakes too. They are a breath of fresh air and serve you nature and the rest. Read on to know better! MysoreMysore, first! This first pick is a blog by Anna from Global Gallivanting and is titled My Essential Mysore travel Guide: The Best Places To Visit, Stay And Eat. The article gives you reasons to visit Mysore, the budget, the places to stay, eating places, things to do, shopping places and everything. This is a wholesome guide to you trip to Mysore. The blog can be read here:http://www.global-gallivanting.com/majestic-mysore/ The next one is by Travelogy India and is titled Top 15 Unforgettable Places To Visit In Mysore. It lists all that is there to be explored in the city of Mysore. It will tell you the obvious nes sure, but it also points out the one often missed by tourists. The blog can be read here:https://blog.travelogyindia.com/15-unforgettable-places-to-visit-in-mysore

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Isle of Calm is Why You Need To Visit Diu

Diu is a peaceful island in the west of India. It has a significant portuguese influence because of its history. ‘Isle of Calm’ of ‘Ilha De Calma’ as they would call it in portuguese, is a serene and magical place in Diu that has beauty that is breathtaking. Here are a few further reads for Diu and the Isle of Calm. This first read we picked for you is by maps of india and in their own words captures the splendour of Daman and Diu. The article begins by giving you a brief about the Daman and Diu and then gives you detailed info about how to get there, what all to look forward to, visitor information, bits and pieces about the portuguese history.Read the blog here: https://www.mapsofindia.com/my-india/travel/daman-and-diu-sand-surf-and-serenity The next pick is titled ILAHA DE CALMA, DIU – WHERE TIME LITERALLY STANDS STILL! By Travel Knots and covers Diu and the isle of calm in all the layers possible. It includes information on Demographics, Places to Visit and What To Expect from the lesser known places too. The information is complemented with a series of lovely pictures.Read it here: https://travelknots.wordpress.com/2015/02/19/ilaha-de-calma-diu-where-time-literally-stands-still/ The third pick is by triphobo and is tilted ‘8 quirky things to do in Diu: The Coastal Island of India’. This article tells you ways to explore the beautiful island of Diu unconventionally. The points mentioned in this article are pretty much from the point of view of a traveller and not a conventional tourist. It tells you about adventure, food, festivals, history and everything else you need to know.Read the blog here: https://www.triphobo.com/blog/best-things-to-do-in-diu This next pick is the most important one as it gives you all that you need to know about Isle of Calm in particular. The article is by Magzter and refers to the whole history behind the isle of calm. The advertisement talked about in the article is linked below. The article will tell you about wildlife, views, forts and more from a personal experience.Read the blog here: https://www.magzter.com/article/Travel/Outlook-Traveller/Isle-ofCalm This final piece is titled A day in Diu; Isle of Calm and is written by blogger SiddSart This blog piece is a travelogue of a one day journey to the Isle Of Calm in Diu and explains each experience from a personal perspective. Visit this to see the pictures if nothing else.Read it here:http://siddhsart.blogspot.in/2017/01/by-now-i-had-developed-fair.html And lastly here’s a video that shows the beauty of the isle of calm and also takes you a lovely musical journey. This is the advertisement that started it all. Have a look!

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When In India For 7 Days - One Week Suggested Itineraries

If you have time of one week on your hands, say maybe during the easter break and you are arriving in India at any of these locations (Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore), here are some handpicked itineraries for you. From DelhiIf you are arriving in Delhi you are suggested to follow one of the classic one week itineraries that is the ‘Golden Triangle’ itinerary. This pick is called {India} India’s Golden Triangle, 7-day Itinerary and is summarized by idelish This itinerary covers Delhi-Agra-Jaipur. If you have time to spare, you can pick another city in Rajasthan; preferably Udaipur or Jodhpur. Arrive in Delhi and stay the night. Move on to Agra the next day and to Rajasthan for the next 3 days. Return to Delhi. If you pull off a backpacking trip, this trip should cost you something between Rs 8000/- to Rs 15000/- or else if you go the way of luxury it could take anything above Rs 30,000/- Click the link below for the detailed itinerary.www.idelish.com/2011/08/01/india-indias-golden-triangle-7-day-itinerary/ If you are one of those who do not wish to switch cities and just want to take in one city at a time; then here’s a week long itinerary just for Delhi. This one is called One Week in Delhi: The Perfect Itinerary by TripSavy.This itinerary covers old and new delhi, cafes, books, monuments everything. Click the link below for the detailed itinerary.www.tripsavvy.com/one-week-in-delhi-the-perfect-itinerary-4144728 From Mumbai

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The Admirable Cuisine of Jammu & Kashmir

Jammu and Kashmir can rightly be described as heaven on earth because of its picturesque landscapes. But the beauty in this state is not just limited to its landscapes, the state has some lip smacking flavors to get you drooling. Here’s some information on the cuisine that is uniques, savoury and full of surprises. The first blog is titled ‘18 Kashmiri Food Dishes That You Must Try’ by holidify is a list of 18 most famous dishes that one should try in Kashmir. The list has Rogan Josh, Yakhni,Modur Pulao among other must have dishes. Most of the options listed are non vegetarian. Read it here for the complete list. https://www.holidify.com/blog/kashmiri-food-and-cuisine/ The second pick is titled ‘Wazwan-The Heart And Soul Of Kashmiri Cuisine’ by blogger Bindiya. It will introduce you to Wazwan which is a multi course (mainly non vegetarian) Kashmiri meal which the kashmiris take pride in cooking and consider an art. Read this blog to know about the importance, the cooking procedures and the tradition from someone who has a deep knowledge on the subject. https://inlovewithfood.blogspot.in/2007/09/wazwan-heart-and-soul-of-kashmiri.html This piece of writing called ‘The Kashmir Experience – Food and Travel by cafewanderlust is a personal experience penned down as a blog. It talks about the experience of travelling there, staying there and eating there. In the words of the writer while she was writing this she can so clearly recall every experience – sounds, smells and people. The blog will take you on a virtual journey and is definitely worth a read. https://cafewanderlust.in/blog/?p=1338 This last pick by kashmirbox will introduce to you the ingredients and the spices that make the kashmiri cuisine special. The saffron, tea and other special spices give the food its edge. The link also tells you about dry foods, the recipe of the kashmiri mushroom pulao, the famous noon chai, the street food each in an individual blog. Read this one to know almost everything.

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Must Checkout Shopping Markets In India

We know a tourist can never detach themselves from shopping the local stuff and why should they, when there are a number of marvelous markets around to tickle the shopaholic inside you. Also, isn’t it like a ritual to get two bags but always leave with two but with stuff equal to fit three?Let’s take pride in our shopping skills together and explore these gorgeous and famous markets of India. 1. Sarojini MarketWhere: New DelhiType: Street MarketFamous for: Latest fashion at crazy cheap pricesItems: Clothes, Jewellery, Bags, Shoes, Home decor, Gift itemsUSP: Variety of Choices 2. Colaba CausewayWhere: MumbaiType: Street MarketFamous for: AccessoriesItems: Junk jewellery, Shoes, Bags, Loose Beads, ClothesUSP: Negotiable Prices 3. Ravivari BazarWhere: AhmedabadType: Flea MarketFamous For: Antique piecesItems: Jewellery, Furniture, Watches, Home DecorUSP: 600 Years Old Market 4. Sardar Market

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All You Need To Know About The Festival of Colours - Holi

Holi is one of the most fun and happening festivals in India. This festival celebrates the rise of good over evil. People paint each other with colours and water and dance to upbeat music. Gujiya, thandai are the famous food and drinks that are prepared.Read on to more! This first pick is a blog by Indian holiday and is titled Complete Guide To Holi In India. It tells you what the festival is, why it is celebrated, how it is celebrated, what to expect. The most important part of the read is the safety instruction for holi.Read it here:https://www.indianholiday.com/blog/complete-guide-to-holi-in-india/ The next one is by Travel Triangle and is titled Celebrations Of Holi In Mathura And Vrindavan 2018. Mathura being the birthplace of Lord Krishna has a special significance of holi and this blog will tell you about that and about how holi is celebrated in this part of the country. It also gives you info on how to reach Mathura and Vrindavan and answers all FAQs.Read it here:http://traveltriangle.com/blog/holi-in-mathura/ This third pick is titled Holi festival in India: The World’s Most Colourful celebration by planetd summarises the essence of the festival. It will give you an idea of the love and the craziness that people have for this festival all over the world.Read it here:https://theplanetd.com/holi-festival-india/ This one is by Tripoto and is titled Holi At Nandgaon And Barsana that are two villages close to vrindavan. These villages are famous for their special ‘lathmar holi’. This article tells you about the places, the ritual of lathmar holi and all about that once in a lifetime experience,Read it here:https://www.tripoto.com/trip/holi-at-nandgaon-and-barsana-3845 This final one will convince you if you aren’t already. This article titled 10 Reasons to Celebrate Holi by &Beyond will make celebrating holi a must check in your bucket list. This summarised piece is a small and fun read,Read it here:https://www.andbeyond.com/stories/travel-inspiration/10-reasons-to-celebrate-holi/

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To Patan & Modhera From Ahmedabad - A Day’s Trip & Back

Patan and Modhera are lesser known but very culturally attractive centres in Gujarat. They have extravagant architecture and the essence of the traditional Gujarat. The places are centuries old and store a lot of spellbounding visions and stories. PatanDistance from Ahmedabad: 125 kmsTime required to reach: Approximately 3 hoursBest time to visit: March to SeptemberSuggested mode of transport: By Road ( A Bus, Car) Patan was found before the Solanki dynasty and was attacked by the Delhi sultanate.Patan is still historically significant as some famous monuments still survived. Patan is very famous for the Rani ki Vav which is an underground stepwell. The intricately designed building attracts tourists. The designs are mostly of Gods and Goddesses. The Rani Ki Vav was built by Udaymati in memory of her husband, Bhima I and completed by Udyamati and Karna. Rani ki vav stepwell is also the oldest and the deepest among the 120 other stepwells in Gujarat.Patan is also additionally famous for its ‘patan na patola’ which is basically a hand weaved silk saree and is very costly because of the hard work that goes into making them.As per wikipedia ‘There are only two families making patola sarees. They don’t teach this art to other family members. Only their sons are eligible to learn.’There are other places of worship in the city to explore too. Some of them being, Jagannath Temple, Ramji Mandir, Sai Baba mandir, Sheikh Farid no Rojo and more. ModheraDistance from Ahmedabad: 98 kmsDistance from Patan: 34 kmsTime required to reach from Ahmedabad : Approximately 2 hours, 10 minsTime required to reach from Patan: Approximately 40 minsBest time to visit: March to SeptemberSuggested mode of transport: By Road ( Bus, Car) Modhera was built when the Solanki Dynasty ruled and it is during that time that the architecture in Gujarat was at its best front. The town lies in Mehsana district is located on the bank of river Pushpavati.As per Wikipedia ‘The town was known as Dharmaranya during Puranic age. It is believed that Lord Rama had performed yagna here to cleanse the sin of killing Brahmin Ravana. He had built Modherak which was later known as Modhera’The most famous attraction for tourists in Modhera is the Sun Temple as it is very carefully carved and sculpted. Gyaneshwari stepwell is another lesser known monument in Modhera. Modhera also hosts a famous dance festival in January to look out for. The festival celebrates dance, music, art and culture in all its glory. The festival celebrates culmination of the festival of Uttarayan and lasts about 3 days. The festival is an ideal opportunity to experience the culture and celebration closely.