Explore Meghalaya Tourist Places with this awesome guide: Best places to visit, the best time to visit, things to do, offbeat places in Meghalaya so that you plan less and travel more.
2 and half hours from Udaipur, Kumbhalgarh is a World Heritage Site in Mewar in the Rajsamand district of Rajasthan, India. The Great wall of the fort is 36km long and is second largest wall after Great Wall of China. Read to know more about History of the Fort, how to reach, what to do, where to stay and eat in this awesome detailed Guide.
Often referred to as the ‘Venice of the East’, Udaipur is a popular tourist attraction in Rajasthan, India. If you are heading from Udaipur (the city of lakes) to Jodhpur (the Blue city) or vice versa there are many points worth visiting en route! Here’s an itinerary to explore places around Udaipur.
The Ranakpur temple (1439 AD) in Rajasthan, India is an Architectural Masterpiece. This Jain temple is 90km north of Udaipur. It is a place worth exploring if you are heading to or out of the beautiful lake city of Udaipur. Click to read more about the history of the place, entry timings, fees, top things to do, eat, stay and explore.
Sandwiched between the Brahmaputra river and the Shillong plateau, Guwahati is said to be the “Gateway” of the North East Region. So if you are in Guwahati waiting for your connecting train or flight, here are a couple of destinations like Kamakhya temple, Dipor Bill that you can explore in those few hours.
Here’s the ultimate guide to Yazali’s Nyokum Yullo Festival. Nyokum is a festival celebrated by the Nyishi tribe of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. Click to read who are Nyishis, what is Nyokum, what to do, what to eat and much more in this Detailed Photo Guide.