Mumbai’s Historic core

Gateway of Mumbai Gateway of Mumbai is regarded to be the starting point for most tourists who want to travel around the Mumbai city. It is one of India’s most unique landmarks situated in the city The Scottish architect George Wittet combined the elements of the Roman triumphal arch and the 16th-century architecture of Gujarat….

Belum Caves

The Belum Caves have got their name from the Sanskrit word “Bilum” which means hole. In Telugu these caves are called Belum Guhalu or Belum caves. Located  in Kurnool district these caves are the second largest in India after the Meghalaya caves and are created naturally by the action of flowing water on limestone deposits forming…

Baganapalli palace

The house of the Nawabs of Banaganapalli stands monumentally and majestically between the main roads on the way to the pilgrim village Yaganti. This summer palace is a magnificent building constructed by Mir Fazal Ali Khan about a century ago to stay put and entertain British guests or use as summer resort by the royal…

Vontimitta Sri Kodanda Rama Swamy Temple

Ancient legends say that the famous Vontimitta temple is built in a single day by ardent devotes of Bhagawan Sri Rama, Vontudu and Mittudu. After construction of this wonderful temple with 32 pillars, both devotees sacrificed their lives and transformed into statues. Even today you can find them at the entrance of the temple.  It…

Mcleod Ganj- Unplanned trek in the Himalayas

We TRAVEL not to escape LIFE, But for LIFE not to escape US!! I was little apprehensive travelling to Dharamshala in mid January due to sub zero temperatures. Late in the evening after some consultations with some close  friends and little motivation from them I decided to pack my bags Booked a bus from Chandigarh…