Saturday, August 22, 2020

Phugtal Monastery-Ladkh-India

 


Phugtal Monastery or Phugtal Gompa is a Buddhist monastery located in the remote Lungnak Valley in south-eastern Zanskar, in the autonomous Himalayan region of Ladakh, in Northern India. It is one of the only Buddhist monasteries in Ladakh that can still be reached only by foot. Supplies to the monastery are brought on horses, donkeys, and mules in the warmer months, and in the frozen winters, they are transported through the frozen Zanskar River. A road is expected to be built up to the monastery, however, for now, it is a day's walk from Village Cha or Village Khangsaar, the end of the road leading from Padum. The Phugtal monastery was Solar powered up in 2016 with a team of Global Himalayan Expedition (GHE) member


Sandakphu India


 Sandakphu or Sandakfu-3636 m; 11,930 ft, is the highest peak in the state of West Bengal, India. It is the highest point of the Singalila Ridge in Darjeeling district on the West Bengal-Nepal border. The peak is located at the edge of the Singalila National Park and has a small village on the summit with a few hotels. Four of the five highest peaks in the world, Everest, Kangchenjunga, Lhotse and Makalu can be seen from its summit. It also affords a pristine view of the entire Kangchenjunga Range.

Mawlynnong Meghalaya India

 


Mawlynnong is a village in the East Khasi Hills district of the Meghalaya state in North East India. It is notable for its cleanliness. Mawlynnong has located 90 km from Shillong, along the India-Bangladesh border. Kalin "The Gateway Of Barak Valley" is 187 km from Mawlynnong. As of 2014, there are about 95 households in Mawlynnong. The literacy rate is 90%. Agriculture is the chief occupation of the local population, with betel nut being the main crop. During summers, one can find pineapples and lychees which are then exported to the nearby regions as well. The people residing in the community are Khasi people.z

The population is mostly Christian and the village has three churches


Kanatal Uttarakhand India

 Kanatal serves mainly as a weekend getaway for the local populace. It is located at an altitude of 2600 kilometers from Mussoorie. There are many places that you can visit during your trip to Kanatal, and the Surkhanda temple is the most popular religious destination.



You can also take a walk through the Kodia Jungle, which is a dense forest area located at a distance of around one kilometer away from Kanatal. You can spot a few wild animals by taking a ride through the jungle in a jeep, and you can also see Tehri Dam and many natural springs that are quite prevalent in the region.



Friday, August 21, 2020

The Tunnel of Love

 The Tunnel of Love (Ukrainian: 

Tunel Kokhannya) is a section of industrial railway located near Klevan, Ukraine,

The line starts at Klevan station, on the Kovel-Rivne line, and reaches the northern area of Orzhiv, also served by a station on the mainline. The whole line is about 6.4 km long. and about 4.9 km covered by forest, within which this tunnel stretches anywhere from 3 to said 4.9 km, depending on how individuals count it.



Thursday, August 20, 2020

Travel with great feeling

 Tourism is one of the adventure leisure for every individual, which he truly deserves to enjoy the moment. E-commerce service industry had given a great opportunity to explore and enhance the experience of traveling. Airlines and Hotel Industries had played a major role to boom the Tourism. An eye-catching offer had attracted people's minds, through which they were got a chance to accelerate their holiday experience with their family members.

Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Tourism talk



Kerala is surrounded by the Western Ghats that cradle majestic tea, coffee and spice plantations on one side. The other side is hemmed with a 600km Arabian sea shoreline. If you want to experience the best of both worlds, Kerala is the place for you. Head to this south Indian state to conquer the rugged mountains and relax on the sunny beaches.Kerala is also home to some indigenous wildlife such as elephants, monkeys and tigers. The Eravikulam, Periyar and Wayanad national parks are well-known for housing various wild animals. Kerala tourism allows travellers to venture into these national parks and sanctuaries and commune with nature. Being a tropical state, Kerala is humid throughout the year. For the ones who don’t mind some sweat, Kerala is open to them throughout the year. If you want to avoid the humidity and warm climate, December to February is the best time to take the kerala tour. This is also the  when most tourists flock to this southern heaven.The heat and the humidity start getting intense from the month of March. Monsoon clouds usually show up by the end of May or from the first week of June. The monsoons usually retreat by October. Travellers with a passion for monsoon adventures usually like to trek during the onset of monsoons, or in October. 

Though summer is not the most popular season for Kerala tourism, the locals enjoy the warm season with a number of traditional festivals such as Maha Shivratri and Vishnu. Maha Shivratri is the moonless night in March when lord Shiva’s worshippers pray all night. Vishu is a festival of lights and fireworks celebrated in mid-April. All in all, decide about your Kerala tour depending on which hue of Kerala’s climate you’d like to experience.Kerala’s culture is influenced by three major religions of the state – Hinduism, Islam and Christianity. The state livens up during all the major festivals celebrated by the people of these three faiths. If you are the artsy traveller, Kerala’s art and culture will nurture your artistic soul. Witness magnificent Kathakali and Mohiniattam performances when in Kerala and cherish the true cultural heritage of this land. Kathakali is the Indian classical dance form that depicts Indian epics and is recognised by UNESCO as the Intangible Cultural Heritage. Mohiniattam is a graceful and feminine dance form and emotes a play through music and dance. Whether you are fond of dance or not, you are sure to lose yourself in these enticing and mesmerising dance performances.Kerala proudly upholds its local sounds and music. Music aficionados can head to a Carnatic music session and groove to the hypnotic tunes of Tanpura and Nadaswaram. Apart from music and dance, Kerala culture is also enriched with lively festivals. Onam is the most renowned and the biggest of all the festivals. It’s the harvest festival celebrated in the month of August or September. To experience Kerala in all its glory, join the Onam celebrations and relish the festive food and enjoy the spectacular ‘pulikali’ performance (the dance of the tigers).god’s own country will never disappoint you as you won’t experience anything less than paradise. Kerala tourism will surprise you with several options to explore this tropical bliss in different ways. Float along on the backwaters of Alleppey, Periyar and Munnar and experience cloud nine while you take in the gorgeous sights and nature sounds on these backwaters. The best way to explore the backwaters is to sail on a quaint Kerala house boat. For the ones who find serenity in the woods, trek through Wayanad’s lush green jungles. You can join various trekking groups and camp in the green woods under the stars with a group of fellow trekkers.This peaceful land won’t disappoint the adrenaline junkies either. There are many water sports one can enjoy in Kerala such as kayaking and river rafting. If you are a traveller who would like to check out off-beat tourist places in Kerala, then go on a cycling tour from Munnar and observe life up close. Kerala tourism will also offer you a chance to rejuvenate and reconnect, with Ayurveda rejuvenation tours. These tours often consist of Ayurvedic therapies, food and yoga.






Visit World

Goa, having been the meeting point of various races, religions and cultures of east and west over the centuries, has a distinctive style quite different from the rest of India.Goa, where mystical east meets modern west. There is no place in the world where you will find Christmas being celebrated with as much passion as Diwali or where traditional Indian fish curry is eaten with Goan sausages.For the purpose of revenue administration. Goa has been divided into two districts, North Goa and South Goa with headquarters in Panjim and Margao respectively.
Goa is a state within the Indian Union with a democratically elected government. Goa has a consistent climate throughout the year with just meager fluctuations in the temperature. December and January might require light woolens, but April and May are warm.Goa climate is relaxed and lovely. Beaches are the best in Goa in the winter months between October and March. This is also the time Goa is most frequented by tourists. The weather during this period is amazingly pleasant.
Summers are from April and May, and it can be very hot and humid, though being in the coastal region, the gentle sea breeze is a welcome soother.
Monsoon months are from June to September. This is the season when the weather is really cool and the hill and the countryside are lush green. It is an ideal time to be in Goa if you want to "dance in the rain" or just want to sit and relax.
Population : 13,43,998 (2001 census.) The sex- ratio (number of females per thousand males) is 960 in 2001 compared to 967 in 1991. The sex ratio for India as on March 1,2001 is 933.The density of population per sq.km. in Goa increased from 316 in 1991 to 363 in 2001. The density in North Goa was much higher (436) compared to South Goa (298). The density of population for the country as a whole is 324 in 2001.
It is estimated that out of a total population of 13,43,998, around 0.15 to 0.2 million are immigrants who have settled down in Goa.
Languages: English, Konkani, Marathi, Hindi and Portuguese.Religion: Mainly Hinduism, Christianity and Muslim but there are several more.
Rainfall: Average rainfall of 320 cms. from June to September.Literacy: 82.3 per cent, Males: 88.88 per cent, Females; 75.51 Per cent (census 2001)
Major spots: Fort Aguada & Candolim, Mapusa, Margao,Old Goa, Panjim, Ponda, Vasco-de-GamaIndustries: Goa has a geographical area of around 3200 sq km has around 5500 industrial units and 18 industrial estates. With high literacy, well-educated manpower, peaceful environment, good transport and power facilities, Goa is fast emerging as one of the best industrial locales in the country. Goa is a haven for eco-friendly industrial units. Goa is diversifying into eco-friendly sectors like electronics, software, automobile accessories, pharmaceuticals, tourism etc.Car/Bike Rentals: In Goa one can hire a variety of cars such as the Santro, Tata Indica, Maruti Esteem, Toyota Qualis, Tata Sumo and many others. One can even hire a Maruti van along with a driver for about Rs 950 (approx.) for 8 hrs /80 kms. After this there is an extra amount charged for every additional km and every extra hour. Another popular and inexpensive option in Goa is to rent a bike. Here one can choose from automatic scooters, lightweight 100 cc bikes or powerful motorcycles like the Enfield Bullet (250 CC bike). The charges for these also are quite reasonable and the best part is that one can move anywhere at anytime and at your own will.





Travel Adventure

Rajasthan, popularly known to many as the Land of the Kings, is a beautiful example of India?s age-old opulence and grandeur, traces of which still linger in the air of this state. One of the most colourful and vibrant states in the country, with a strong blend of culture, history, music, cuisine and people welcoming you with smiling faces, falling in love with Rajasthan doesn't take much time. Rajasthan has more history than the entire country put together- it is the realm of erstwhile Maharajas and their lavish palaces and majestic forts. Rajasthan is steeped in a past filled to the brim with honour, chivalry and heroism. Golden-sand deserts, traditional handicrafts, authentic cuisine and awe-inspiring palaces all contribute to making Rajasthan an ideal vacation spot. Don't forget to wish everyone with "Khamma Ghani" while you're here!

Rajasthan abounds in forts which offer sweeping views of the panoramic landscape. Three most essential forts in Rajasthan are the Amber Fort in Jaipur, Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur and Jaisalmer Fort, commonly known as Sonar Quila.

Rajasthan also has a significant number of palaces that are of historical significance, the famous ones being the Umaid Bhawan Palace and the Jaipur City Palace. Both of these palaces date back to the high times, and you can see the furniture and other objects used by the royal families on view in these palaces.



Phugtal Monastery-Ladkh-India

  Phugtal Monastery or Phugtal Gompa is a Buddhist monastery located in the remote Lungnak Valley in south-eastern Zanskar, in the autonomou...