If there is any country which is known for its vibrant culture, tradition, heritage and iconic monuments including forts, temples and palaces, then it has to be India. The cultural and architectural impressions left by several dynasties which ruled over
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity…” The opening words from
A country with geographical and climatic dissimilarities, where the desert heats the land while at the same time, snow in Himalayan villages freezes the life; India is a country of uniqueness and the exceptional cultural diversity which fascinates everyone and
Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan is also the city of some of India’s most iconic monuments. The city came to be known as Pink City when the then king of Jaipur, Maharaja Ram Singh painted the whole city to
A potpourri of various unique cultures, India exhibits a spectrum of colourful festivals which are not only religiously significant but also mark communal harmony irrespective of creed and customs. Being a land of diverse religions, the country is an exceptional
The land of colourful festivals, India celebrates every moment with great zeal. The country where almost every month experiences a festival, Holi is perhaps culturally most vibrant festival which paints the entire country, primarily in the North region, in the
Theyyam is the word for ‘God’ in Malayalam, the language of Kerala, which tells us immediately that Theyyam is not, as usually described, merely an artistic or theatrical dance performance but a religious ritual.