East India Region TRAVEL GUIDE – T4trend

The North-Eastern Indian States The Eastern Region has the beautiful Sun Temple in Orissa, designed as a massive stone chariot on twenty four exquisitely carved wheels and drawn by seven straining horses(now a World Heritage Monuments); the beautiful mountain State, Sikkim; ‘The Seven Sisters’ of Northern Eastern Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Darjeeling, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura. the actual tree (still living), under which the … Read more

South India Region TRAVEL GUIDE – T4trend

Warn and sunny South India, geographically separated by the east-west Vindhya ranges, is distinctly different from North India. Southerners pride themselves on being the orinigal Indians, the indigenous people of this vast country. Their stock has remained pure – unsoiled by the Aryan influences of the invaders who thundered in to India through the mountainpasses … Read more

RAJASTHAN TRAVEL GUIDE – T4trend

A million words cannot conjure up the magic of Rajasthan. Adorned by the majestic Aravalli mountain range, this is the land of the legendary Rajput rulers whose tales of valour, loyalty and love have been woven into ballads and folklore. This is the land of shifting sand dunes, camels and nomadic cattle herds; of forts … Read more

Tourists City Guide – Major Cities of India – T4trend

DUNDLOD – Dundlod is a charming and peaceful village in the shekawati region. It is an ideal base for horse and camel safaris into the Thar Desert and the jeep safaris into the aravallis and the neighbouring villages. The royal equestrian and polo center at dundlod offers horse safaris, polo, dressage, tent pegging, endurance ride. The … Read more

Hill Stations of India – T4trend

The largest religious gathering is to be witnessed during the triennial Kumbh Mela, in the four holy places of Nasik (Maharashtra), Ujjain (Madhya Pradesh), Prayag (Allahabad), and Hardwar. A more serene festival takes place in the temple town of the Madurai, in southern India, where temple deities are carried around the a pool. A triple … Read more

Holy Places of India – T4trend

The largest religious gathering is to be witnessed during the triennial Kumbh Mela, in the four holy places of Nasik (Maharashtra), Ujjain (Madhya Pradesh), Prayag (Allahabad), and Hardwar. A more serene festival takes place in the temple town of the Madurai, in southern India, where temple deities are carried around the a pool. A triple … Read more