As a responsible traveller, you can help resolve these issues on your personal level. Small steps will help improve the condition of this pristine state of India and its aura will remain alive in times to come.
Theyyam’s history and origin can be traced back to over 800 years. Theyyam showcases the ancient tribal cultures with a series of ritual dance performances incorporating dance, mime, and music. If you are planning to attend Theyyam festival in Kerala then this guide will help you plan better.
Chhau is gaining an international recognition and so are the artists who prepare the masks. Charida, a small village in Purulia district, is the home to these makers who work day and night to create the attires for the performers.
Kila Raipur sports festival is a traditional sporting event in the state of Punjab. This festival is held annually in the month of February and invites different performers and athletes from of Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan. What makes Kila Raipur different than other sporting events is the fact that most of the events are really bizarre.
Mongolia is one of the last remaining natural lands on our planet, with people who are as rugged as they come, but with such hospitality when they encounter foreigners. The majority of Mongolians live in Gers. Here are a few gems that are not on the tourist route that you really should add to your list of places to visit.
Many travellers use Raxaul Birganj border to enter Nepal from India. Solo travellers and backpackers will find this border convenient as all facilities are present here. This blog will provide you more details on crossing border between India and Nepal from Raxaul Birgunj border.
Volunteering with a local NGO is a very unique experience for travellers. Nothing can be more rewarding than making a difference in the lives of the locals. Today, there are a number of NGOs operating in various districts of Himachal Pradesh that work in fields of cleanup to education.
Kerala is an amazing destination. With coastal areas, forests, backwaters, and hills, a traveller will experience everything while exploring this wonderful state. This blog will prove helpful if you are planning a 15 to 20 day long backpacking trip in Kerala.