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Of all the Wonders of the World, only one is a monument to romantic love: the Taj Mahal. Poetry written in marble spires by the heartbroken Shah Jahan, its graceful white domes arc over the tomb of ...
India has a population of 1.2 billion people divided into more than 2,000 ethnic groups speaking 18 official languages. It is a third of the size of the United States with a landscape varying from ...
Sprawling and kinetic, this busy, growing megacity of some 23 million people is the ancient capital of one of the fastest rising world powers. Delhi - New and Old - offers India in a microcosm. It is ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, January 2012
Eating out in India is an experience best enjoyed following a bit of research. This is never truer than in the country’s second-largest metropolis. Below, I’ve listed a few tried and true ...
Written by Manoj, India, February 2011
A marvelous Tourist center near mumbai. A great man made creation during 200 BC to 600 AD. Ajanta paintings are just wonderful.
Written by Lydia, December 2012
is a treasure trove of exotic goods and interesting souvenirs for
travelers who know where to shop. Goods make their way from all over the
country, and you’ll be able to bag them for a ...
Written by Lydia, February 2013
Mumbai (Bombay) may be the home of Bollywood and the epicenter of the Indian film industry, but you don’t have to go there to experience Bollywood. In the modern city of New Delhi, you can catch a ...
The rich spices and bold flavors of Indian cuisine have become popular throughout the world, and for good reason. One of New Delhi‘s best offerings is its food, whether in fine dining establishments ...
Written by Lydia, November 2012
Bargain shoppers beware. Ranked by real estate firm Cushman &
Wakefield as the 21st most expensive retail street in the world and the
costliest in India , Khan Market is where foreign ...
Written by New Delhi Expert:Jitendra, India, March 2012
No matter when you travel to Delhi ,
there is a good chance you will be able to enjoy one of its many fairs
or festivals. Get a taste of Delhi’s rich culture and history by
checking out one (or ...
Written by Lydia, September 2012
Walking the streets of India ’s
capital city is an assault on the senses. Locals on foot shoulder their
way through the crowded sidewalks past brightly colored sari shops and
stands selling ...
Each spring, the streets and alleys of New Delhi transform into a riot of color during the annual Holi Festival. For one day, people of all ages, castes, genders and social groups come together to ...
Written by koalakiss86, Australia, November 2010
If you've ever been to Asia then you will fit right in whilst in India. It's quite diverse and there are many different destinations depending on what you want to see.
If you're after the ...
Written by Lydia, January 2013
More than 14 million people call New Delhi , India ‘s
capital city, call Delhi home, making it the second largest city in the
country. Delhi also contains five of the top ten most densely ...
Spread out over a 200-acre (81-hectare) area, the Mehrauli Archeological Park in South New Delhi is a history-buff’s playground. Home to more than 100 historically significant sights built over a ...
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