Indian Panorama Travel Blog

India has always been a land of myths, mystics and mysteries. People from all over the world visit India seeking answers for boiling questions in their life. For those curious travellers, India has lot of interesting places to explore. Here are few of the most mysterious places in India which would definitely arouse curiosity in […]

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Odisha is a lesser-known state for travellers coming to India, however, the UNESCO sites such as the Konark Sun temple and the Puri Jagannath Temple is never unheard of. Built in the 11th century by King Anantavarman Chodaganga Deva, the Jagannath Temple at Puri is a part of the Char Dham Yatra, a holy pilgrimage covering […]

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It is Chennai, Tamilnadu. A Jain priest found a 10th-century sculpture of Mahavir, the 24th and the last Tirthankara as per Jainism. Found amidst the woods at the back of a private house at Vayalakavur village near Uthiramerur in Kanchipuram, the Jain sculpture was subjected for inspection by a Jain scholar Ajithadoss who dated it […]

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Head to India this December and be part of the various vibrant Indian festivals to experience its rich culture, heritage, art and much more. Here are the top five picks we recommend you not to miss this December 2017-   Theyyam Festival, Kerala7 Visit the Perumthitta Tharavad Kottamkuzhy in Kerala to experience the energy of Theyyam, […]

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The Brahmarishi Hills is located at the Elambalur Village in the Perumbalur District at Tamilnadu. It is not known to many, however, holds a great spiritual significance. It is said that in the caves of Brahmarishi Hills, 210 Siddhars of Tamilnadu reside in their astral form. Siddhars are highly intelligent beings as per the Tamil […]

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Monsoon hits Tamilnadu and it is always a time to rejoice for both the kids and grown-ups alike. Monsoon holidays are always special and if you are in for a treat, head off to Tamilnadu now. Explore the land of Dravidians from a different Kaleidoscope altogether. Verdant mountains clubbed with roaring waterfalls and overflowing rivers […]

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The six-day Skanda Sashti festival ends today. It celebrated during the Aippassi month [October- November] at Siva and Muruga temples all over Tamilnadu. Let us zoom in and have a closer look at the legend of Skanda, the 2nd son of the mighty Lord Shiva. As per the legend, once the Dev Lok [heaven] was attacked […]

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India is as we all know, a multidimensional destination. Every 200 km or so, people look different eat differently, dress different, speak differently and even sometimes act differently. So while travelling in India, you are buying a single ticket to a whole lot of various destinations which expose you to various different cultures. You would […]

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Named among one of the toughest hiking routes in South India, the Kumara Parvatha peak, is a least explored gem of a hiking destination. Nestled among the gorgeous chain of Pushpagiri mountain range, the Kumara Parvatha is a delight for the adventure lovers, and it is for sure a challenging one. It is the second […]

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The Outlook Traveller Magazine has named Rajasthan as the “Best Tourism State in India”. No wonder, with its rich heritage and colourful cities, it is rightly named so. It is India’s one of the most culturally rich destinations and its numerous forts and royal palaces reflect its regal past. One of the torchbearers of Indian Tourism, the “Land of […]

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