Category Travel

Travel can be done on foot, by bicycle, car, train, boat, bus, plane, ship, or other means, with or without luggage, and can be a one-way or round-trip trip.

Travel Car Driver

Travel Car Driver for Lahaul Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh
A travel car driver is more than just a person behind the wheel; they are the guiding force that propels travelers on their journey with a wealth of experience

Leh Ladakh

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Leh was the capital of Ladakh, an Indian kingdom in the Himalayas. The town is dominated by the ruined Leh Palace, which was once the residence of Ladakh's royal family.

Madan Mohan Temple

Madan Mohan Temple
Madan Mohan Temple at Bishnupur, built by King Durjana Dev Singh, has a square flat roof with curved cornices, pinnacle over the top for his family deities.

Pancharatna Temple

Pancharatna Temple Bishnupur
Pancharatna Temple, also known as Shyam Rai Temple, was built in 1643 in Bishnupur, West Bengal, by King Raghunath Singha using brick as the building material.

Rasmancha Bishnupur

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Rasmancha is the oldest brick temple and the only temple of its kind in the whole country. Rasmancha or রাসমঞ্চ is a historical building located at Bishnupur, Bankura district, West Bengal, India. It was commissioned by Mallabhum King Hambir Malla…

Tabo Monastery

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Tabo Monastery lies on the road between Reckong Peo and Kaza, a small town in the Lahaul Spiti district on the banks of the Spiti River, Himachal Pradesh, India

Holiday Destinations India

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Top summer holiday destinations in India. Best place for summer vacation in India. Best Indian tourist places. Gangtok, Gulmarg, Leh, Pangong lake, Dal Lake, Nubra Valley, Pahalgam, Tso Moriri, Sonamarg, Kangra Valley

Mawsmai Cave

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Mawsmai cave in Cherrapunji is one of the most popular landmarks in Meghalaya. Limestone mining for the cement industry is a major threat to caves in Meghalaya.

Enchey Monastery

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Enchey Monastery, established in 1909 above Gangtok, Sikkim, is a significant Buddhist monastery belonging to the Nyingma order of Vajrayana Buddhism. It is situated on a hill ridge with panoramic views of the Kanchendzonga range. The monastery’s sacredness is linked to the belief that protective deities reside there. Legend has it that Guru Padmasambhava subdued powerful spirits at this site. The monastery is adorned with images of deities and has a large prayer hall featuring intricate paintings and murals.