Interestingly, the etymology of Lucknow dates back to the times of Ramayana when Shri Ramchandra of Ayodhya, gifted this territory to his devoted brother Lakshman after conquering Sri Lanka and completing his term of exile in the jungle. read more
"Hola" as the name suggests phonetically is the masculine form of the feminine sounding Holi. The word "Mohalla" is a consequent of an Arabic word hal (descending), and is a Punjabi word that denotes an organized procession in a regimented form.
Mr. Bhuvan Chugh from TWX visited Nagaur Cattle Fair, Nagaur, Rajasthan and captured the photograph of Nagauri Bulls.
This annual cattle fair is bustling with life and more than 75,000 exchanges takes place here, making this fair as one of the largest in the country.
Thank you very much for your kind attendance toward my parent's visit and my request. They safely arrived at home. I really appreciate your support which is totally matching with Japanese people's expectation. read more
Jaipur, also known as the Pink City is the capital of Rajasthan, a regal state in India. This fascinatingly beautiful city was founded in 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the ruler of Amber (pronounced as Aa-mair), after whom the city is named. read more
Hot Air Balloon ride is something which we all as kids read in Enid Blyton stories and other childhood fantasies narrated by chocolate authors. It was Joseph Michael and Jacques Etienne who first built a balloon which could carry passengers. read more