a World in a World
While you can go to Gangtok, Kullu-Manali, laddakh to enjoy the snow-peaked moutains, you can also enjoy the desert of Rajasthan.While there are magnificient beaches in Goa, Kovalam and Daman, you can also enjoy the beauty of waterfalls at Shivamsamudram(KA), Jog falls(KA), Noh Kalikai Falls(ME) and Kempty Falls(UT).The beauty of Cherapoonji is as much breathtaking as the Flower Valley. All over India... nature Inspires.
From the ancient charms of temples such as Madurai Meenakshi and Tirupathi to the effervesent life of bangalore, Chennai & hyderabad.. from the second largest & cleanest beach - Marina to the magic of Kodaikanal and Ooty.. from the spiritual peace of Pondicherrys ashrams & Saibabas putaparthi to the glorious sun-kissed beaches and lagoons of Kerala... from delicious Pongal and Kesari to apsara like gals such as Hemamalini, Rekha, Sridevi, Trisha, Amrita Rao and Aishwarya Rai.... from the oldest surviving languages in the world to Indias most 'Indian' cultures... from the Indian Institute of Science to Christian Medical College Vellore..
Variously known as "Pearl of the Orient" and a "Tourist Paradise", the state of Goa is located on the western coast of India in the coastal belt known as Konkan.The magnificent scenic beauty and the architectural splendours of its temples, churches and old houses have made Goa a firm favourite with travellers around the world.
Udhagamandalam better known as Ooty is the most popular hill station in the South. Located in the Western ghats at a height of 2240m, Udhagamandalam is the headquarters of the Nilgiris district where the two ghats meet. Nature has been generous with this region which is by far the most beautiful in the state. Apart from coffee andtea plantations, trees like conifers, eucalyptus, pine and wattle dot the hillside in Udhagamandalam and its environs. Summer temperature is rarely higher than 25°c with a minimum of 10°c and winter is are distinctly cooler with a high of 21°c and a low 5°c. Curiously enough, this slice of paradise remained unknown to the great southern dynasties and it took the British to discover it in the early 1800s.