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Best places to visit in Dehiwala-Mount Lavinia

Dehiwala- Mount Lavinia is one of the most popular tourist and travel destinations due to the various attractions and places to visit. It’s a good location to come with friends because this place is vibrant and buzzing with activity. There are numerous restaurants of good quality, as well as unique...

Experience spirituality in the arms of Punjab

“Satnam Sri Waheguru”, meaning “True name of Wondrous teacher, the one who leads us from darkness to light”. This is the faith that is found in the hearts of people for their Divine. India is a land of religion and faith. The people of India esteem God even above their...

Amazing experiences during Karnataka Tour

Karnataka happens to be the largest State of South India. The capital of this state is Bangalore, which also happens to be one of the most advanced and highly developed cities in terms of technology. The state enjoys rich culture and traditions. The people have adapted to the modern lifestyle,...

Festivals of Bhutan

In this blog, I will tell you about the 5 amazing and colourful festivals of Bhutan. Thimphu Tshechu Festival: The Festival, also known as the National Festival of Bhutan, is the country’s most famous festival. The mask dances are done to bless the viewers and teach them Buddhist doctrine at...

Fantastic experiences during South India Tours

South India is in the southern part of India, which is made up of Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka, Telangana, and Tamil Nadu states. It also consists of the union territories of Pondicherry and Lakshadweep. South India is surrounded in the east by the Bay of Bengal. The great Arabian sea...

6 reasons to embark on a north India vacation

A refreshing break from everyday tiresome work into a place of more peace and fun does no harm. It makes you more productive but improves your mental health, which the pandemic sure has taken down the rabbit hole. Wondering what breaks the monotony of work the best? We suggest a...

Best places to visit in Punakha

Punakha, Bhutan’s long-lost historic capital, is located at the confluence of the country’s two main rivers, the Pho (father) Chhu and the Mo (mother) Chhu. The city is around 70 kilometres from Thimphu, the current capital. Punakha is a warm location, surrounded by hills on all sides, with an average...