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What can help you visiting Agra and Around

31st October 2012
About Agra : Agra was once the capital of India situated 210 km away from the present capital New Delhi. It is located on the bank of river Yamuna and comes under the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. Agra has a population of about 1.6 million people with ... Read >
Author: Pradeep Kala

Trip to Lonavala on Weekends

20th December 2011
Lonavala lie 5 km, apart, on the western slopes of the Sahyadris, straddling the Mumbai-Pune highway at an altitude of 625 m. Karla is 8 km. from Lonavala. A little detour off the high-speed Mumbai-Pune Expressway leads to Mumbaiís most popular weekend... Read >
Author: Mukesh kumar verma

Free deals and offers on restaurants and pubs in Hyderabad

15th August 2011
Hyderabad, the capital of Andhra Pradesh is one of the oldest cities of India. Also known as the city of pearls, Hyderabad is also known as Cyberabad since it grew to be a major hub of information technology industry in the recent years. People of Hydera... Read >
Author: savita

Buying Indian Salwar Kameez Online

27th May 2011
The Salwar Kameez is a traditional Indian dress designed for women though during the initial phase of its creation it was worn by both the genders. Its existence can be traced back to Islamic Turko-Iranian phase and later to the rule of the Mughals. In fa... Read >
Author: Shoppers Stop

Wildlife Karnala,Maharashtra,india

19th January 2011
It has a protected wildlife park on the Konkan coast and it"��s tiny sanctuary, barely 4.8 sq km is home to over 150 resident bird species and about 37 types of avian migrants. The monsoons rouse a number of feathered musicians, amongst them... Read >
Author: laxmi singh

Diwan-e-Aam Red Fort Agra

20th July 2010
The fort of Agra encompasses within its walls the Diwan-I-Am, a famous assembly hall erected between 1631 A.D - 1640 A.D. Diwan-I-Am, also known as the Hall of Public Audience, was re-constructed during the reign of Shah Jahan. The Emperor used this place... Read >
Author: junaidalam

Effect of Indian Paintings and Religious Believes In Indian Art

08th July 2010
Unnecessary to say, India is an earth of variety and this is a nation with a wide range of variety in region, culture, language and religion. The varied nature of India has affected the nation's arts as well. If you learn about the Indian arts correctly t... Read >
Author: shyam thapa

Indian Designer Lehenga choli and Ghagra Choli

26th March 2010
Fashion has been in town since the historical era. Starting from the ancient medieval till the modern times. Indian fashion has truly emerged from the ancient times to the modern times keeping in mind the tradition and customs and the ethnicity. With vari... Read >
Author: Anki

Origins of Salwar Kameez - A Tale of Ethnicity Retold in Fabric

08th October 2009
Amidst its royal grandeur, enigmatic feel and feminine charm salwar kemeez breathes the sighs of history. With its roots deeply seated in the antiquities of medieval India, the origin of Salwar Kameez still carries the rich sartorial chronicle amidst its ... Read >
Author: Utsav

India Tour Packages for some places with untouched beauty.

06th May 2008
India is a land of beauty, culture and years old tradition. It has been ruled by many dynasties; let it be the Mughals or Britishers. But the true Indian aura has been kept intact since centuries. But there are some states in India, which though do not ... Read >
Author: sophia
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