~Much more than a Tiger sanctuary!~ If the word Tiger pops in your mind as soon as you hear Bandhavgarh, you can’t be blamed! It is a place full of folklores of Sita (the most photographed tigress) and Charger, her male companion, then there are banka, mohini, langru …but the...READ MORE
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~The Marvel of Medieval Architecture~ My relationship with Gwalior goes back to sultry summers, school vacations, ‘matar poha’ and family. Gwalior was like a second home to me but it was only until recently that I realized what this city has to offer to travellers. Having travelled there for the first time...READ MORE
~Amidst the Chaos, lies Peace~ My experience with this city is very well explained in the title itself. In the hustle bustle of the city, lies an area of astounding peace - The Mahakaleshwar Temple. This city is home to one of the 12 Jyotirlings of Lord Shiva - THE MAHAKALESHWAR JYOTIRLING....READ MORE
Walking Pathway; an innate setting of a natural world Bhopal is a city with numerous walking pathways at every corner. In the earliest hours of the morning when the crack of dawn was on its way, I arrived at Vardhman Sunset Point (Managed by Nagar Nigam, Bhopal), located in front of Kamla...READ MORE
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A few places are close to my heart. Seoni, the halfway point between Jabalpur and Nagpur within the Satpura Range; this little known scenic paradise is home to the Pench National Park. Seoni’s attraction lies in its panoramic views combined with its widespread greenery and varied wildlife. The hilly countryside, the clean air,...READ MORE
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Far away from the concrete jungles in the state, Satpura Tiger Reserve in the Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh lands us into a wilderness of woods. With a land area of 1427 km2 one can get to feel the existence of nature in its extreme raw and real form. The wild walk...READ MORE
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Khajuraho Dance Festival, a synergy of a myriad of cultures and traditions from throughout the nation does not fail to leave its spectators awestruck!
Crossing the river using the rope way was exhilarating and boating on a moonlit night with the majestic natural structures of magnesium limestone rocks, when the whole stretch of water is transformed into a sheet of liquid silver, was absolutely awe inspiring!
If you are a nature lover, Samardha Jungle Camp near Bhopal, is surely not to be missed!