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If you head southwards from Goa, just around northern Karnataka, you will land in the coastal city of Karwar. Snugly settled between the Sahyadri Mountains in the east and the expansive Arabian Sea on the west, its harbor on the south and the Kali River (Kalinadi) in the north, Karwar is a colorful seaport on the Western Coast.
With scenic natural locales, ancient forts and temples, the town of Karwar is steeped in…Continue
Posted on February 9, 2018 at 6:00am
Gurgaon's tryst with urbanization began with the establishment of the manufacturing plant for Maruti Suzuki India Limited around the 1970s. Since then, Gurgaon has been home to many companies, both Indian and local, that are contributing to the city’s rapid urban sprawl and demographic shift.
Gurgaon, officially called Gurugram, is known as an industrial and economic hub and boasts of the third highest per-capita…Continue
Posted on January 30, 2018 at 2:42am
The country’s largest and most popular inland salt lake is the Sambhar Salt Lake. Located in the Thar Desert, this natural beauty is definitely a sight of marvel in a desolate and barren sandy expanse. The lake is bowl-shaped and is located on the southwest side of Jaipur, surrounding the Sambhar Lake Town. According to legend, the goddess of Chauhan Rajputs, Shakambhari Devi turned a lush green forest into a silver plain as a reward for services done for her.…Continue
Posted on January 23, 2018 at 10:41am
Located in the tiny village of Kadapa between Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh lies the secret nesting of the medieval ruins of Gandikota, untouched by tourism. The vast gorges of this village are dubbed the Grand…Continue
Posted on January 18, 2018 at 4:01pm