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Every region of India has its own cultural and historical identity. Write your travel experience covering the local customs, traditions and lifestyle in a travelogue and get an ...

Every region of India has its own cultural and historical identity. Write your travel experience covering the local customs, traditions and lifestyle in a travelogue and get an exclusive opportunity to be featured!

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Vijayaraghavan Venkatesh 5 years 11 months ago

Journey by Coromandel express from Chennai to Vijayawada. Train was clean and the staff attended to the needs. Passed thro Ennore creek, Bay of Bengal and the mighty Krishna river. Vijayawada has a few canals cries crossing the city. Can be made clean for boating and tourism. Visited the Mangalagiri temple, beautiful architecture, in the town as well as the temple atop the hill. Temples were clean and tidy. Should be promoted for domestic tourism with better transport facilities, toilets etc.

supreet mahurkar 5 years 11 months ago

i would write briefly about matheran . this is a place which is rich is oxygen no other place India is so very rich in O2. a beautiful , mesmerizing & revitalizing place.your health starts improving . trees all around and when it rains it smells awesome . you will get stunned visiting this place

Harshit Pandey 5 years 11 months ago

I am writing my experience of visiting pachamari a hill station in mp.It is also known as queen of satpura.Hindi is the local language.You will be amazed by the beauty of pachamari.accommodation and food is relatively cheap the major tourist

Ranjan Mukherjee 5 years 11 months ago

Ranthambhore is a tiger sanctuary in Rajasthan with forest, lakes and large open grasslands. Due to this unique topography, the chance of seeing a tiger there is higher than in other sanctuaries. Ranthambhore has deer, nilgai, sambar, wild boar, bears and leopards besides the tigers. We took a trip there and were very fortunate to see bears and the elusive tiger as described in the travelogue.

Angel Bennet 5 years 11 months ago

The beauty of the wild and far flung northern andamans through my lens! As the saying goes.......a picture speaks a thousand words!!

Angel Bennet 5 years 11 months ago

We took the road less travelled - and what a magnificient feast awaited us. Yes our trip to the Andamans was a little offbeat as over & above port blair and havelock, we went to the distant diglipur travelling by road through the jarawa reserves and crossing island by ferry. The ross & smith islands is beauty personified...connected by a sand bar during low tide, one can enjoy the long sand walk between them. The uninhabited avis island - raw beauty - could approach it in a leaky dingy! Awesome!

Naina Garg 5 years 11 months ago

I had an opportunity to visit few of the remote places in India. Ziro, Miao, Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh, Dha- Hanu Village in Leh- Ladakh and Avis Island in Andaman and Nicobar Island during my formative years. These places left mark on my mind. Their culture so different what in metropolitan cities yet so same. Even if those people live in houses made of bamboo or stones, their thinking is much more advanced than us. I am more amazed by Drokpa tribe- who are said to follow culture of aryans

pathaneni pratap 5 years 11 months ago

River Godavari is passing through eastern ghats with forests and mountains on both sides of its bank.It makes a way on river from Rajahmundry(AP) to Badrachalam(TG). Ferries are main way of travelling. one can enjoy its beauty .There is availability for stay at resorts on a island in between. Packages were available by Andra Pradesh tourism.It is solid to watch the sun rice and sun set. Temples were also located in line. few images I clicked were