Monday, August 24, 2009

North India Peole expecting rains in August

As there is already sokha in North India but If all proceeds as to plan, Delhi with its close by states like Punjab and Haryana could be in for a late blew of wash rooms by the month-end. The harbinger of what examines like good report is a climate occurrence renowned as the Madden-Julian oscillation that brings clouds and rainfall in the tropics.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Himachal Pradesh will spend Rs 156.38 crore to develop Ecotourism in nine districts

According to a UNI report, Himachal Pradesh (HP) will spend Rs 156.38 crore to develop Ecotourism in nine districts of the hill state including Kullu, Shimla, Kinnuar, Bilaspur, Chamba, Lahul Spiti, Sirmour, Solan and Kangra. Prem Kumar Dhumal, Chief Minister, Himachal Pradesh recently informed the Assembly that 18 proposals had been sent to the Centre to seek funds for new projects and the Centre had given its nod to 11 proposals and granted Rs 46,875 crore.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Best tourist places during winter in North India - Top Most Spots

Top Most & Best places to visit during winter in North India

A large number of tourist visit India during winter to avoid the hot summers .Travelling remote places is easier as climate is comfortable during this period. People come for various specified reasons like honeymoon, holiday and pilgrims as it is time for famous Kumbh mela. A large number of them visit the tourist attraction like Agra, Delhi and Jaipur, the famous golden triangle Goa of India. Visit the monument of love Taj Mahal in Agra and Royal palaces in Jaipur. Also explore the various attraction of old and New Delhi.

But some adventurous ones make a plan to visit the snow capped hills to take part in various ice sports like skiing and others. They head towards the hilly area of Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. These thrill loving enthusiasts have no fear in their mind while participating in challenging sports. One of the famous adventure sports destinations in India is Gulmarg (famous for The Ski Club of India). Gulmarg is now well known among the skiing enthusiast as skiing paradise of India.

Tourist also prefer to visit the destination like Shimla and Kullu Manali tours as a part of their winter trip, to indulge in adventure sports and catch the beautiful glimpses of the ice clad hills. While visiting shimla, must visit the tourist attraction of Shimla like The Mall of Shimla , the Christ Church, Mock Library, Gaiety Theater, Town Hall and General Post Office. Also visit the Kullu and Manali to see the ice capped hills of these areas.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Comfortable stay at Delhi Hotels

Delhi with rich historical past attracts a horde of tourists round the year. A lot of picturesque destinations are in its fold so it is hard to resist the lure to the city beckoning as the capital of India. It is the place which has so many things to offer to the tourists from different backgrounds. There are Mughal period monuments on the one side, and sparkling shopping malls on another. Whatever your purpose may be to visit Delhi, hotels of Delhi are there to make your stay comfortable and pleasing in Delhi. Delhi hotels serve the tourists with a grin and a feeling of ‘Atithi Devo Bhav’ at their hearts. Some of the hotels in Delhi are of world class, and their hospitality is second to none. Delhi hotels have an upper edge over others in terms of cuisines. Their are a number of five star deluxe hotels, five star hotels, four star hotels, three star hotels and budget or low priced delhi hotels to suit every pocket. A large number of these budget hotels are located near railway stations and interstate bus terminals.

The former Rajput kingdom - Rajasthan

The western most state of India - Rajasthan is known as the former land of royals is rich with historical and cultural heritage. Rajasthan the former Rajput kingdom’ is also house of forts, palaces and havelis that gives you a peep into its glorious past. A holiday in Rajasthan, would is just superb as far as tourism is concerned.

Tourists from across the world make a beeline every year to rediscover its wonderful historical, cultural and architectural past. The land of Rajasthan with its marvellous forts, glorious palaces, frescoed havelis, very old temples, bird sanctuaries, wild life parks is the perfect destination for newly weds and families to spend an unforgettable holiday. There are various locations in Rajasthan to visit. You can visit the pink city jaipur for its various tourist locations like Amber fort. Jantar Mantar, wind palace and other things. The blue city Jodhpur is also a tourist attraction. While you are on tour in Rajasthan you can also visit the city of lakes and palces; Udaipur where you can visit the lake Pichola and havelis of rich merchants. You can also visit the city of Jaisalmer and Bikaner to satiate the visitor within you.

Rajasthan Festivals - How rajasthani people celebrate their festivals

Rajasthan, the land of former royals is a house of vast deserts, loaded cultural heritage and simple and welcoming people. The vivacious and colorful cultural milieu of Rajasthan makes it an attractive tourist destination. But what make tourist enthralled is festivals in Rajasthan. It is the main reason why a high percentage of tourists come to visit the place. People irrespective of age group can be seen in colorful clothes walking around in streets. People from the neighboring towns and villages as well as international tourists buy traditional items and hang with folk performances.
The reason behind festivities may vary as it is change of season and sometimes the it is related from religion. But as it appears that people left no chance to celebrate the moment Along with the environment, the sweltering soil of Rajasthan too celebrates the traditional festivals with natives.

Some of the well known festivals of Rajasthan includes
• Camel Festival Bikaner
• Desert Festival Jaisalmer
• Elephant Festival Jaipur
• Gangaur Festival Jaipur
• Mewar Festival, Udaipur
• the Teej Festival Jaipur
• Ganesh Chaturthi
• Kota dussehra
• Shekhawati festivals also gathers a huge crowd every year. All these festivals make Rajasthan a colourful country as it is called Rangeelo Rajasthan.