26 Mar 2013

Say It With Colors - Happy Holi!

Holi is synonymous with fun and freedom as everyone completely participates joyfully. Holi is the most fun-filled and lively festival celebrated in India. It starts with Basant Panchami that is also well-known as the beginning of festival of romance celebrated by the love and play of “Radha and Krishna” as Brij Holi popular all over the world. There are mouth-watering delicacies to taste such as Gujiyas and Papris and everyone celebrate the joy of happiness and spirit with their friends and family. It brings bliss and mirth, fun and play, music and dance and celebration in rainbow of colors.

The State of Royals, Rajasthanis renowned for its bright colors and numerous festivals and to maintain this decorum the tradition of Holi Milan and the festival in the City Palace attract good number of tourists besides the localities. Holi is part of the wholesome package for one who wishes to taste the celebratory offerings of India. The royal family hosts an extravagant function at the City Palace, and the Holika Dahan is organized along with Rangoli completion and traditional Rajasthan’s food festival. Whereas in South India festivities start a week in advance of the auspicious day and the celebrations continue for a week after. Some organize Holi Milan, a get together of friends and family either on Holi evening or couple of days before. Every household prepares the Thandai also known as Bhang that is a traditional drink, made of milk and crushed or ground almonds, besides other freshening ingredients but the highlight is, of course, the throwing of colours. Apart from splashing colours, some continue their celebrations with the tradition of consuming Bhang during the festivities. There is fun and frolic; playing and pranks in the atmosphere that makes the celebration friendlier.

During Holi, we freely express our innermost feelings for the divine as colors are said to impact our spiritual progress and festival of Holi and celebrations are incomplete without colors. So what are you thinking, this time celebrate and be a part of rainbow festival and enjoy the different shades of life with everyone.

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South India and Kerala Honeymoon Packages

Surfing in Indian Coastline, exploring sands in Kerala or enjoying water sports while staying on the largest island. The following months leave India with great weather through most of the country, and make it the best time to visit its vast coastline. If your travel plans are domestic ones for your honeymoon, skip the popular haunts for places and enjoy warm sunshine and cool breezes as you hold waves at beautiful Kerala beaches with your life partner. Miss the city humdrum and plan your way to India’s untouched sands with our Kerala Honeymoon packages.

Kerala is most popular known as a beach state with a variety to choose from along the coastline. However, the popular beaches have become crowded for the tourist looking for a slice of quite. So this year skip beaches of other Indian Coast and head further with South India Tourism packages. The state’s 550 km coastline is home to some of the country most beautiful beaches. The Portuguese, Dutch, British and also Indian rulers have left behind various forts along the coast. This adds a bit of old world charm to the places. Varkala, Kovalam, Bekal Fort, Meenkunnu, Marari, Cherai and Payyambalam beaches are some of the popular tourist shores to visit and stay at. Make the time to visit the village of Kappkadavu where Vasco Da Gama landed in India. Kerala also has a number of river islands, sail through the backwaters to thee places and spend time being pampered at the many ayurvediccentres there. Kerala’s coast is a great alternative to other more crowded beaches.

Join the drum circle held every day or join other holidaying people practicing yoga at sunset. The beach in Mangalore is a popular getaway for both locals and tourists whereas Varkala in Kerala has a beautiful coastline, perfect for a family getaway and Lighthouse beach at Kovalam overlooks clear waters reminds of time to go for swim. Stayat eco resorts along the beachside or at a sea facing farmhouse, dine on the freshest of seafood and enjoy sunset walks on the beach. The coastal belt is also the best place to holiday with your life partnerand one can also play in the water as well as make castles in the sand. Most beaches have lifeguards who patrol the stretch from time to time.

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14 Mar 2013

Rajasthan Cultural Holiday Packages

Explore India at its magnificent best by checking into the lap of comfort, as you travel in the royal state of India with Rajasthan India Tours. Brining in the vacations on the glorious sands of Rajasthan is always a good idea. Think of camel ride in the chilling sand dunes of Sam, near Jaisalmer. You can also camp on the sand dunes or take off on a desert safari, in a jeep or on a camel. While there are cultural programs hosted for guests at a hotel, there are also performances on folk dance along with music by localities played in honor of tourists. Jaisalmer and Udaipur have enough tourist attractions to keep you busy. The market places will be buzzing with activity every season. Mount Abu hosts an annual Winter Festival during last week of December. It is a great way to experience the hospitality of the locals and witness the colorful culture. Gather at the Nakki Lake Chowk where there will be performances by folk artists. Those keen on sampling local cuisine can gorge on makhaniyalassi, mawakikachori, kabuli rice, dal baatichurma, gaatekasaag and mirchibada. 

There is lot to see in Rajasthan and equal number of activities to keep you on your toes here. There are larger than life forts in Jodhpur, Udaipur, Chittorgarh and Jaipur and each with a unique story behind it. Drop by to see the majestic animals in the Ranthambore National Park in SawaiMadhopur. The temples of Khajuraho are known all over the world for the erotic carvings that adorn them. When in the State of Royals, Rajasthan, do make time to visit popular monuments like AnicentHavellis along with it interact with the locals and see the glorious lakes and ghats of Pushkar during your Rajasthan Tour. Enjoy camel ride with your entire family that is a must indulge activity in the deserts of Sam near Jaisalmer. The cities are named according to the princely states in Rajasthan, namely Alwar, Bharatpur, Bikaner etc. One can also shop for handicrafts, paintings and furnishings as keepsakes for their loved ones.

Explore royal inheritance and monuments with cool breeze and feel the sanctity of yoga and meditation from India’s most royal State. With our Special tour packages we offer visit to Indian Temples, the colorful festivals, the beautiful keepsakes in form of Paintings and Textiles, the delicioustraditional food, and lots more only with our Special Tour Packages.