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Top Five Adventure Activities in Ladakh

03rd August 2012
Nestled in the glory of snow capped mountains, Ladakh has some challenging terrains to conquer. Trekking in Ladakh is definitely not the most comfortable experience since the dwindling topography is forever changing. There is much to resign to and that’s ... Read >
Author: krishna thrill

Darjeeling the Enchanted Hills Of Beauty and Tradition

26th April 2012
At an elevation of 2134 from the vast unending plains of West Bengal lies the Queen of Hills that is known to the world as Darjeeling. The title “Queen of Hills” was given by the Britishers who were the colonial rulers of India. The beauty and the charm o... Read >
Author: kalpana

Tourism in Bucovina

19th September 2011
“Among few people it is found a relatively small region that involves so much beauty, richness of the present and memories from the past, so plentiful, so far off and sacred“. – Nicolae Iorga Bucovina is one of the most attractive and frequented touris... Read >
Author: Michael Costeas

Ratnagiri,Udayagiri,Lalitgiri - Travel to Buddha's Kingdom

12th May 2011
The history of Buddha is a matter of contention amongst many historians. There is this group of old school of historians that stick to the fact that the enlightened one was born in modern day Nepal. While a group of recent historians and archeologists mos... Read >
Author: Sukant

Modern and Regular Chinese Furniture - Which to Anticipate

28th April 2011
Modern Chinese Furniture is basic and elegant in design with sleek, clean lines and tasteful proportions. Chinese Furniture has risen in popularity in the west due to the fact its subtle sophistication and timeless styles fit perfectly in either conventio... Read >
Author: Garry Dawson

Honeymoon and Enjoyment Tour Packages in Kullu Manali

03rd April 2011
India is the most beautiful country in the complete world. There are a lot of romantic and lovely places in India like Shimla, Manali, Mussoorie etc. In the lap of Himalayas, a small, majestic town situated is called Manali. Adventure, Natural Beauty, Lo... Read >
Author: Mamta

Bhubaneshwar,Orrissa,India

19th January 2011
The capital city of Orissa, Bhubaneshwar literally means The Abode of the Lord of the World. Bhubaneshwar is also popularly known as the "Temple City of India", it is the seat of ''Tribhubaneshwar"�� or ''Lord Lingaraj'', the Lord of the Thr... Read >
Author: laxmi singh

History of Chandeliers

25th October 2010
Chandeliers, meaning ‘candle holder’ can be lined back to the 16th century, where they were only found in medieval churches, abbeys and monasteries. They could also be found in the big houses of the wealthy. The chandeliers would have been lit with candle... Read >
Author: annstar

Historical Sites Of Karpaz

18th July 2009
Karpaz Peninsula has been home to many cities, and monasteries in history. Today, the remains of numerous ancient cities are to be found in the area. The most important historic remains in the peninsula is the city of Carpasia. the city used to stand 5 km... Read >
Author: Eric

A place worth a visit, the Ounalom pagoda

09th January 2009
The Wat Ounalom or the Ounalom Pagoda can be regarded as the most important pagoda in all of Phnom Penh, since it is the headquarters of the Buddhist patriarchate of Phnom Penh and was also the home of the Buddhist Institute and library until 1999. Wat Ou... Read >
Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe
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