Namah Shivay

Destination Guide:

India is a motherland of otherworldly landscapes which are blessed with snowy peaks, lush greenery, valley of flowers, sand dunes, tributaries of rivers and many more to enhance its beauty. It is said India is Land of Magic, there are surprises and secrets of spiritual values hidden deep inside this Country. A country which is mother to Yoga, Ayurveda and Meditation  Here is a list of some amazing niches of India:


Rishikesh- The Yoga Capital of India, Rishikesh is 6 hours drive from capital of India, New Delhi. The small city is situated on bank of holly river Ganges. It is place of its yogic history, values and culture. Rishikesh is home for yoga lovers, as it has world famous Yoga Ashrams, schools and academies. It becomes the best place for yoga retreat, learning and practicing Yoga on the globe. The city is located in Uttrakhand, the state of mountains, water fall and river Ganga. For a Yogi, it is a must visit in his/her lifetime.

Golden triangle: it’s a three state circuit which connects the pink city Jaipur, the national capital Delhi and the heritage city Agra. It is short span tour depart from new Delhi and take you across eternal architectural wonders like Taj Mahal, Agra fort , JantarMantar, Amer fort, Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal and more. For First timers to India Golden Triangle is must.

Goa: A Portuguese colony evident in its churches and beaches like Baga and Calangute, attract tremendous demographic every year. It is a perfect amalgamation of eastern and western culture so serve as the most popular hub for all party animals to enjoy amazing night life culture. Sunbaths, Yogawater sports, shopping in flea marketcopacetic seafood will leave you with wonderful lifetime memories.

Ladakh: Snow- capped region in Jammu and Kashmir state of India, well known for its ravishing upland and culture. Most captivating locations in Ladakh to groom are: the pristine Monasteries, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Shanti Stupa, the world’s highest passes like the Khardung-La and the Chang-La. The Nubra valley, spell binding views of the lakes of Tso moriri and Pangong Tso. It seems to be paradise for adventure& nature lovers to enjoy trekking, mountaineering and water rafting. Best time to visit Leh & Ladakh is March-August every year.

Kerala: A land of Ayurvedic tourism and tropical greenery on the Malabar Coast in south India. It is also known for its wildlife heritage with national perks like Periyar national park, silent valley national park, Lion safari parks etc. Best places to visit are: Anthirapally waterfalls, Agastya melaChembra peakAlleppey backwaters and Munnar. Camps in the woods, village folksongs, remote festivals will leave you spellbind forever.

South India: It is located in the heart of Deccan plateau and surrounded by the Arabian Sea and mountain ranges of the eastern and western Ghats. It includes major states like Tamil Nadu (Manchester of India), Kerala (wildlife heritage), Karnataka (cultural heritage), Andhra Pradesh (rice bowl of India), Telangana (multicultural) and Puducherry (ceramic center).

Rajasthan: A land of sand dunes, castles and magnificent palaces that take you in the era of nobility and luxury. Nothing can over shine the awe- inspiring architecture and beauty of forts in Rajasthan. Some of the famous forts are Jaiselmer fort, Amer fort, Jaigarh fort, Chittorgarh fort etc. It’s the

best place to experience dune bashing, gypsy snake dance, vintage car rally, trekking, puppet show, zip lining, kite festival, hand painting and camel riding.

Northeast India: A bunch of 8 states surrounded by Brahmaputra-Barak river system pull the travelers in its charismatic magic. It’s a small heritage of 220 ethnic groups and 220 languages. It is unexplored paradise having a wide range of exotic flora and fauna. It is a beacon of the world’s largest river island (Majuli), the Asia’s cleanest village (Mawlynnong), the Earth’s wettest place (Mawsynram), the land of rising sun in India (Arunachal Pradesh).