One least expects to find houses in such varied architectural styles — Kangra, Rajput, colonial and even Portuguese — in this part of Himachal Pradesh. So, who built these? Interesting question isn't it? Not able to hold back my inquisitiveness, I asked a group of locals enjoying a game of cards and sipping tea on a nice windy yet sunny day. read more
The Government of India, Ministry of home Affairs has recently started promoting International Tourism at some additional areas in Ladakh, thus providing a new tangent for global tourists to traverse. read more
Mr. Manoj Sharma from TWX visited Lucknow and captured the photograph of La Martiniere College.
La Martiniere College established in 1845, was founded in accordance with the Will of Major General Claude Martin. read more
Imagine a weekend getaway to a place in the hills thronged with orchards consisting of mango, lychee, and plum; citrus and exotic trees like camphor, clove and cardamom attracting the winged beauties in flocks.
The Indus Valley Civilization and Harappan culture were the key highlights during the Bronze Age (3300-1300BCE) and today help us flip through the pages of History, highlighting mankind with its existence and survival during the formidable Bronze Age. read more
Number of tourists arriving in India has increased by several times as compared to previous year after the launch of visa on arrival (VoA) enabled Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) scheme for 43 countries.