nongriat
Meghalaya and the Northeastern States Rajasthan or Kerala have no more secrets for you? Goa too touristy? It’s time to discover the north-east of India! Northeast India is composed of seven “sister” states: Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, and Tripura and is surrounded by Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma and […]

Meghalaya, a region to visit!


cycling
Love cycling? Here 3 cities in India that you can visit on your bicycle! Delhi with DelhibyCycle DelhibyCycle are the first one who have started to organize cycle tours and a must do to discover the old city. They have 5 choices, mainly in Old Delhi. You have to wake up […]

Cycling tours in North India


Hindu wedding and the saat phere The most important features of the Hindu wedding are the “saat phere” meaning the seven circumambulations. It involved seven rounds around a fire. The groom and bride recite vows or Vedic mantras.         In the first round or phera, the couple […]

Willing to renew your wedding vows? Why not Indian way?



No train for Varanasi, stop in Khajuraho! Trains from Delhi to Varanasi are often fully booked. A good way to workaround is to take a ticket for Khajuraho. The connexion Delhi-Khajuraho / Khajuraho-Varanasi is not that crowded and you will be able to find tickets even last minute. Check carefully […]

Khajuraho, a perfect stop on the way to Varanasi!


velo inde
In November, the state of Uttar Pradesh has inaugurated the first highway dedicated for bicycles only! It is the longest in Asia, with a total of 207km! It connects Agra and its famous Taj Mahal with Etawah. On you way, you can admire Raja Bhoj ki Haveli, Bateshwarnath Temple, Mela […]

Bicycle lover? Discover the First Cycling road in India


Coming soon, the Contemporary Art Week! Contemporary Arts Week started in 2013 and since then over 1000 artists have performed in different venues over the years like Instituto Cervantes, LTG, Summer house, Akshara Theatre and DLF Promenade.   The non-profit NGO Friends of Art has started this initiative with varied […]

Contemporary Arts Week – 15th to 22nd of October 2016 ...



eco-friendly tourism in india
Many eco-friendly and responsible initiatives in India With an exponential economic growth, tourism booming, the increase in the number of international arrivals and diversification of destinations, India has recognized the opportunities offered by the tourism sector. Since the release of the economy in 1991, tourism has become the first economic sector […]

Travelling eco-friendly and responsible in India, it is possible!


  Bhai dooj as you all know is a festival that is celebrated in the last day of the five day long Diwali festival. You can say it is another version of rakhi festival. The relationship of a brother and sister is signified here and gifts for bhai dooj are […]

Do you know these legends of bhai dooj?


The capital city of India famous for its monuments, its colourful markets and its diversity, is also well-known for a reason more worrying. Indeed, New Delhi is facing one of the worst pollution levels of the world and the environmental issues are endless. The simple fact to watch the stars […]

Let’s be ecofriendly in Delhi!