Indian Panorama Travel Blog

Hampi, a city carved in stone is one of those kinds of destination which is a must visit if you call yourself a traveller. The ancient ruins of Hampi reminds us of the glory of the Vijayanagara Kingdom. Once the richest city in the whole World, it has so much in its lot to keep […]

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South Indian food is popular around the world for its rich flavour. The tantalizing aroma of South India’s home grown spices excites every foodie. Chennai, the capital city of Tamilnadu and the cultural centre of South India is also the cradle of South Indian Cuisine. However, it is not in the star hotels or resorts […]

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Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport The first International airport in India the Indira Gandhi International Airport is located at the Capital city of India, Delhi. It is the busiest airport in India with catering to more than 60 million air passengers. The terminal no.9 with 2 piers each 1.2 km long is the sixth largest […]

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It so happens travellers always seek advice on what it is like to travel to India during Monsoon. Most of the time when you think of Monsoon, heavy rainfall, storm and floods pop up in your mind. However, travelling to India is always an enlightening experience and nothing must restrict you from doing it. You […]

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The travel adventurer and the author of “100 days drive”- Aaron Lauritsen says, “The freedom of the open road is seductive, serendipitous and absolutely liberating”. Here is our pick of 12 beautiful roads in India to help you plan your road trip. Get ready for an unforgettable travel experience through the beautiful roads in India […]

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The Western Ghats known for its rich flora and fauna, keeps alive the mystery of Neelakurinji like a tradition. The hills turn blue once in twelve years when the ‘Neelakurinji’ flowers bloom all together, filling the landscape with its hue. That’s where the tern Nilgiris also comes from (Neela – blue; giri – mountains). People […]

by Rosy Rao

Tamilnadu in India has earned itself a name as the land of festivals and the city of Madurai can be called as its headquarters. Tamil festivals are popular for its raw energy, its vibrant colors, music, dance and of course the exquisite Tamil food. The Chithirai Festival in Madurai is one of the largest and […]

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Calcutta or Kolkata as we know it is the city known for keeping its historical significance intact. Right from the old transportation modes to the Colonial Buildings that serve as houses or offices till date, we can find Calcutta in its real charm. The city, often called “the city of joy” is well known to […]

by Rosy Rao

India holds up enchanting destinations like the “Golden Triangle” in north and “God’s Own Country” in the south and more to the world from October to March. That’s when the climate remains moderate in most of the places which enables visitors to enjoy better. On the other hand, the country keeps in store, some of […]

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There is no doubt Kerala would appeal to all kinds of travellers. Such is the charm and magnetism of this blissful land. With spectacular backwaters of Alleppey, the serene hills of Munnar, the wildlife at Periyar, exotic beaches of Kovalam and Varkala, ancient lively art forms such as Kathakali or Kalaripayettu, the Kerala cuisine and […]

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