Guess The Tribe and Place This Man Belongs To : I have been a little busy on personal front with limited, and chose to be away from online life for some time. But as they say blogging and social media is addictive. So I thought of quickly posting this picture and ask you this question dear readers: Which...
When defense technologies were different from today then kings built forts on high hill tops.! One such beautiful hill top fort is the Harishchandra Gad fort of Malshej Ghat in Ahmednagar India. It is believed to be as old as of the 6th century AD. About 1400 years old only! Archeological evidence backs the age
Paris is one obvious answer to one of the most romantic places ever. With its picturesque architecture, the many romantic attractions like the Eiffel Tower, Luxembourg Palace and gardens, the wall of ‘I love you’s’ etc, Paris is bound to remind you of the love you have always shared. Another interesting part of the city
Being an Indian myself I have been nervous to write something on my country. This is my 34th post at MyTravellingBlog.com and the very 1st post of mine was on a festival called DIWALI in India. Otherwise there is no mention of my country as a post anywhere else at my blog. I fear portraying
Usually every country has one such city travelling to which is means reaching the heart of country. It is the most popular city of the country in many ways. The entertainment hub of the country. The financial, industrial and economic capital of the country. The one city everybody in the country wants to see and
Japanese celebrate new year upto a week and so Japan enjoys one of the lengthiest new year celebrations. The Shrine in the city Meiji is well worth a visit. It is known as one of the country’s most popular tourist hotspots you can expect long queuing families., here. Japanese are tough yet warm. Edinburg arguably
This 3rd of November, crackers burst every place in India. Lamps, lights, lanterns and all things light were out. The days and nights never look this bright or even feel this hopeful like on Diwali and the days preceding and exceeding it. It signifies illumination. This is how India celebrates the salvation of Lord Mahavir