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  • Bangalore

    The name Bangalore is the Anglicized version of Bengaluru. Legend has it that Veera Ballala I, a prosperous King of the eleventh century, was hunting in the thick forest of his peaceable kingdom when he lost his way and took refuge in an isolated hut, the home of a lonely poor woman who had nothing to offer but a dish of boiled beans. This city also is a gateway to Southern India. People on their way to Ooty, Kodaikanal, Madras, Kanyakumari, Mangalore etc., for that matter even Karnataka, stop here as it acts as a center point to all the other places and is well connected to other major cities. Today it has almost become the fifth metro of India and is fastest growing city in Asia. The King was so grateful at being served this humble meal that he named the town he founded on the site “Benda Kal ooru”, which means “town of boiled beans” in the local dialect “Kannada”. An Anglicized corruption of the original name morphed into “Bangalore.” Bangalore is one of the incredible shopping destinations in Asia. This city is a paradise for shoppers who wish to buy from the simplest of Indian handicrafts to the international designer label. India’s top business and technology schools are here in Bangalore. The “Garden City” has numerous educational institutions which offer quality education on various disciplines. Bangalore is really a cool place to be in if you want to relax as well as enjoy your life. Details given here make a perfect guide for tourists and enrich the knowledge of local people about the city and state.

  • Pokhara

    Pokhara is the starting and ending point for many of the popular trekking routes of Nepal. The atmosphere on the shore of Phewa Lake is one of excited vitality as hipster backpackers crowd the many bars And Restaurants exchanging recommendations on guest houses and viewpoints, both by the lake and above the clouds. Pokhara is a place of remarkable natural beauty. The serenity of Phewa lake and the magnificence of the fishtailed summit of Machhapuchhre (6977 m.) rising behind it create an ambience of peace and magic. At an elevation lower than Kathmandu, it has a much more tropical feel to it, a fact well appreciated by the beautiful diversity of flowers which proper in its environs. Indeed, the valley surrounding Pokhara is home to thick forests, gushing rivers, emerald lakes and of course, the world famous views of the Himalaya. Finally, Pokhara is part of a once vibrant trade route extending between India and Tibet. To this day, mule trains can be seen camped on the outskirts of the town, bringing goods to trade from remote regions of the Himalaya. This is the land of the Magars and Gurungs, hardworking farmers and valorous warriors who have earned world wide fame as Gurkha soldiers. The Thakalis, another important ethnic group here, are known for their entrepreneurship.

  • Nagarkot

    Nagarkot was a place for the royals of Nepal to escape the scorching heat of summer and a hectic city life. In the 60’s explorers would battle the shivering winds and sleepless nights to see the stupendous sunrise and sunsets. Today, still people from all over World, from different walks of life, travel to Nagarkot, to enjoy the picturesque rural scenery of terraced rice fields, green pastures, the sunrise and sunsets. Nagarkot is situated 32 kilometers east of Kathmandu at an altitude of 2175m above the sea level. It is famous for the panoramic view of Everest (8848m), Manaslu (8163m), Ganesh Himal (7134m) and Numbur (6957m). A motorbike road linked Nagarkot with Bhaktapur; however, trekking is equally enjoyable. It is one of the most scenic spots of Bhaktapur district and is renowned for its spectacular sunrise views of the Himalaya when the weather is clear. Visitors often travel to Nagarkot from Kathmandu to spend the night sothat they can be there for the breathtaking sunrise. It has become famous as one of the best spots to view Mt. Everest as well as other snow-capped peaks of the Himalayan ranges of eastern Nepal. It also offers an excellent views of the Indrawati river valley to the east. Nagarkot also offers a panoramic view of the Kathmandu valley and is described by visitors as a place whose beauty endures year round.

  • Fatehpur Sikri

    Fatehpur Sikri

  • Kovalam

    In earlier days it was a virgin land with not a lot of tourists, but later with the influx of tourists looking for peace & tranquility coming here, there was no looking back. The four sandy beaches are are a sight to behold; all the four bays are separated by rocks. Kovalam is a beautiful tourist spot and tourists flock all year long but would advise not to visit during the Monsoon which starts from June to October. The tides are high and the shores are not safe for travelers. It is approachable by air, train and road routes. The nearest airport is atTrivandrum which is 16 kilometers away. The nearest rail junction is also at Trivandrum and is connected extremely well to all main roads in south India. You can go shopping in Kovalam and buy a number of items like handicrafts and spices. Rose wood and teak wood statues are popular at Kovalam beach. There are a number of shopping shacks lined along the beach.

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