Cleverly instigating the spark of curiosity, marvels in India never stop astonishing an avid reader and a traveler. One such mouth gaping story is of a magical escape named ‘Bathu ki Ladi’, where a cluster of temples become visible only for 4 months of the year!
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The “Door to hell” or “Gates of hell” is a real life encounter to what we often term as the result of our bad “karmas”. The red hot burning cavern (also known as Darvaza gas crater) laced with big orange flames is a gateway to another world after death. Pacify your inquisitive nerves as we take you down the lane of boiling mud through the center of earth.
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The curse that haunts the royal family of Wodeyars, ruling the Mysore Palace, have left them lamenting for taking that one hasty decision is what prevents them from hosting the coronation ceremony of their natural heir.
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In the loft snow capped peaks of the mighty Himalayas hides some of the deepest secrets of the world. One such secret is of a land of immortals where superhuman inhabitants. Gyanganj or Siddhashram is a place located in the remote isolated valleys of Himalayas that is known to hold the secrets of immortality. Gyanganj or Siddhashram is home to several immortal saints with supernatural powers. Continue reading “Gyanganj – A secret land deep in the Himalayas where immortals live!”
The story of the acclaimed fairyland where the fragrance of flowers is considered to be so strong that can make you faint. It does not end here, Let’s get started!
Valley of flowers is a mesmerizing trekking trivia in Uttarakhand which puts on display the millions of species of flowers such as saxifrags, sediams, lilies, poppy, calendular, daisies, geranium, zinnia, petunia, blue primula and much more. Continue reading “Valley Of Flowers – The fairyland of million fragranced flowers”