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Chittorgarh: The Land of Valor

On the banks of river Berach lies the Chittorgarh city of Rajasthan that has been an epitome of valor and courage since time immemorial. Home to the gigantic Chittorgarh Fort, the city has been named after its most striking structure. The…

Munnar: The Tea Factory of Kerala

The Southern counterpart of Kashmir Valley, Munnar is a hill town located in Kerala’s Western Ghats mountain range. Home to huge tea plantations and picturesque locations, Munnar has been a  considerably popular tourist destination among…

21 Interesting facts about Manipur

Manipur literally means,”the jeweled land”. The exquisite state is known for its traditions, dance forms, music and sumptuous cuisine. Most of the state is covered in forests, which houses some of the rarest species of plants and animals.…

20 Interesting facts about Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh is India’s third largest state. Its glorious past is still evident from the minarets and shrines that dominate most parts of the coastal state. The natural beauty and Islamic architecture throughout the state capture the…

20 Interesting Facts About Meghalaya

Meghalaya literally means abode of clouds. True to its name,  it receives ample rainfall and is the wettest region of India. The state is mainly comprised of Garo, Khasi and Jaintia Hills. Let us have a look at some interesting facts about…

20 Facts About The Brilliant Bihar

Bihar needs no introduction. We all know Bihar very well. We have seen them in our next door neighbors who are fond of litti chokha and Chathh puja, and the pan spitting side actors of the Bollywood films and walked past them, rolling our…

19 Facts About The Glorious Gujarat

Lying on the west coast of India is the state of Gujarat located between Rajasthan and Maharashtra. It is the land of Lord Krishna and Dwarka. In contemporary times, it is among one of the most developed states in India and boasts of robust…

19 Amazing Facts About Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh translates to a centrally located province and hence called, “the heart of India.” It is endowed with rich natural resources and rare species of plants. Its cultural heritage is preserved in palaces, forts, temples, stupas…