Nature and Wildlife

The Ganges is the largest and longest river in India with a significant religious significance. The river has its source in the Himalayas and empties out into the Bay of Bengal. Running across more than 1500 miles through some of

Oh well, the monsoon is just around the corner! It is that time of the year when you get to say goodbye to scorching summer rays and invite soothing rain to drench you not just physically, but mentally. When you

Incredible architecture and religious sanctuaries are not the only elements that define India. The country is home to some of the most beautiful and dense jungles in the world. You never know when you meet the mighty Shere Khan amidst

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

Sunderbans – one of the most mystic lands of mangrove forests where man and tiger co-exist! Located at the south-eastern tip of Bengal, the place derived its name from one of the mangrove plants – Sundari. This largest delta area