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Wadi Rum Jordan

Wadi Rum – Wanderings In The Magnificent Landscape Of Arabian Desert

Wadi Rum - the desert of Arabia in Jordan, best for Lawrence of Arabia, the Arab Revolution and the Bedouins who live in tents here. Take a drive or a camel ride through the Wadi Rum Desert and discover the landscape that resembles the Mars Surface.
Humayun's Tomb, New Delhi

Humayun Tomb Complex – Places To Visit In Delhi

A heritage walk through the Humayun's Tomb Complex in Delhi, best known for the tomb of Mughal King Humayun but it is a melange of heritage monuments belonging to known and unknown officers and nobles of Mughal Court. At the moment it is Delhi's best preserved heritage monument. This travel blog guides you through the different section of the Humayun's tomb complex.
Singapore Botanic Gardens

Singapore Botanic Gardens UNESCO World Heritage Site

Singapore Botanic Gardens serve as the lungs of Singapore – one of those few places where you see nature in abundance. Like everything else in Singapore, its Botanic Garden is also well organized with...

Petra Jordan – Wonder Of The World, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Petra – that is all I knew about Jordan before I received an invite from Jordan tourism to visit the country. The image of rose tinted pillars called treasury evoked a curiosity that would...
Anup Talao at Fatehpur Sikri Agra

Fatehpur Sikri – City Rooted In Saint’s blessings

As a kid, Agra and Fatehpur Sikri were the first heritage monuments I visited. My father was posted in Bharatpur and these places were weekend outings. First saw Fatehpur Sikri in the black and...
Chittorgarh Temples

Beautiful Temples Of Chittorgarh Fort, Rajasthan

Temples of Chittorgarh Fort are all over the fort. I do not recall standing at a place where I could not see Temples of Chittorgarh in the fort. One can only imagine that Temples...
Chittorgarh town view from the fort

Chittorgarh Fort – Stories Of Courage, Devotion & Sacrifice

If there is one fort in India that I clearly remember from my history books, it is the Chittorgarh Fort. Also called Chittaurgarh fort. So many important characters of Indian history have lived here....

Taj Mahal – Most Photogenic Monument Of The World

Cameras were not yet born when Taj Mahal was built. But some prophecy must have told its builders to build something that every camera and camera holder would love. The way they have given...
Understanding Ajanta Paintings

Understanding Ajanta Paintings At Cave No 1 – UNESCO World Heritage

Ajanta Paintings draw a lot of tourists to Ajanta, Maharashtra. Anyone who has visited Ajanta Caves and seen mural paintings there can but be in the awe of these caves. The caves are not only an...
Windows & Entrance at Jami Masjid Champaner

Exploring Medieval Architecture At Champaner, Gujarat

At the base of Pavagadh hill is the village of Champaner - a living village with a lot of heritage monuments of medieval architecture scattered across the village. It is a part of the Champaner...

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