Bhangarh Fort – Do Not Visit After Sunset & Before Sunrise

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When you see something scary, the first things that come out is God’s name. But this won’t work here. As you enter the haunted fort, you will find are temples. Temples of different God and Goddesses. Even they won’t help you. Follow the rules. DO NOT STAY AFTER SUNSET AND BEFORE SUNRISE. This fort is also considered the most haunted place of the earth. Welcome to Bhangarh Fort !!!

Bhangarh village(Rajasthan, India) was established by Bhagwant Das. It was then ruled by his proud son Madho Singh. Madho Singh had built the fort in 1613, The Bhangarh Fort. The fort has many dark secrets hidden; the weird noises of screaming, the whispers, the subtle noise of bangles, shadows of no one. What had happened here?


30 Travel Bucket List – Pack Your Bags !!!

We all have a bucket List. Who doesn’t like to travel. Below are 30 destination, one cannot miss to include in the Travel Bucket List.

  1. Caño Cristales – Colombia :

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    Also known as Crystal Channel, a 100km river flowing in Colombia. It is regarded as the most beautiful river due to its vibrant colors. From June to November, one can notice striking colors including yellow, blue black, green and especially red. Due to different colors, the river is commonly called as Liquid Rainbow or River of Five Colors.


Ajanta Caves – Maharashtra Unlimited Tourism

Welcome to era of 2nd BCE Century to 480 CE. Ajanta Caves in Aurangabad district inherits beautiful 30 rock cut Buddhist monuments. Take a ride to the caves which will speak about the past life’s of Buddha, everyday life of Lord Buddha, reign of the kingdom, gestures, posses, emotions and many more. The caves were built in two phases – first one in the 2nd Century and the second one in 400-650 CE. According to Walter M Spink, the second phase was built in 460-480 CE. The site is now under the supervision of Archaeological Survey of India. This archaeological cave was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983.


Holi – Festival Of Colors !!!

Holi is a Hindu festival, a “Festival of Colors” that is celebrated in India and Nepal. It is also called as “Festival Of Love”. The rich poor, youngsters elders, friends strangers, everyone celebrates this festival. There is a saying Bura Na Mano Holi Hai which means if anyone puts color on your face, you should not feel bad, or get angry or be upset. The festival indicates love, purity, liveliness, happiness, and the most important thing, everyone is equal without any discrimination. It is said, all the broken relationships are sealed, you forget and forgive and apply colors on everyone.


Ziro Tourism – A Low Budget Tourism ???

You have heard about many tourism like Space Tourism, Eco Tourism, Medical Tourism etc, but heard first time about Ziro Tourism? You might be thinking it is a low budget or zero budget tourism but it’s not true.

Ziro Tourism has now become a major crowd puller in Arunachal Pradesh.  115 km from the Capital City Itanagar, stands a beautiful and alluring hill station at a height of 1500 meters above the sea level.  This town is situated in Lower Subansiri District, famous for World Heritage Site, has been pulling tourist all over the world.  In addition, it is one of the Oldest Town in Arunachal Pradesh. This March do not forget to plan, as the cool weather is going to take you to a complete different world.  Ziro Tourism is famous for its Pine Clans surrounded by rice fields.


Bali – Get High On The Beaches


Ready To Get High At Kuta Beach

Get yourself high on the long sandy beaches of Kuta in Bali. This place is mostly loved by the youngsters and backpackers, as it has amazing nightlife with pubs, nightclubs, restaurants, accommodation at cheaper rates. Also it is known for beginners and intermediate surfers. Kuta attracts huge amount of  international visitors especially from Australia and Asian countries. Tourist find this place very attractive as well as lively, full of energy, never sleeping place, and keeps you busy all the day.


Are You Traveling Without …. Read This Before You Travel !!!

Ooh Damn! I Forgot ….

A little extra care and alertness will always make traveling happy and light and let you enjoy to the core. It’s always in the mind but when you open your luggage at the hotel, ooops you forgot!!! Let’s travel quickly about the extra care and alertness you need to keep in mind while traveling.


  1. Making A list Before Traveling

Okay I know we are not in school anymore but it helps. Always make a list of things which is essential and try to make it as tight as possible. Desires and essential list should be made separately which will give an idea regarding the luggage capacity. It’s the best way to start!


  1. Most Important

Do not leave your place until you have packed your passport, travel documents, cash, debit/credit card. Check these items before you step out of the house.


  1. Don’t forget the first aid kit

Headaches, fever, an upset stomach, allergies etc sounds iccky with holidays. Some countries limit medicines to prescription only. Better carry a small first aid kit than to board early to your hometown.


  1. Weather Forecast

Before you even plan a vacation, check the weather if it is pleasant for traveling. In case, if you are on different purpose, make sure you carry appropriate clothing and items. Don’t let the weather ruin the purpose of visit.


  1. Valuables On One Side

Set aside the expensive items in your hand bag or hotel locker. I’m sure you don’t want to lose your DSLR, cash, jwelleries etc. Check each time you leave a particular place or hotel.


  1. Roll Bundles

Rolling your cloths is better option than keeping it straight fold. Rolling will give fair amount of space for other stuffs and will keep your cloths wrinkle free.


  1. Extra Pair

Keep one extra pair of cloths in your handbag in case you lose your luggage or accidentally you mess up with cloths while traveling. People who catches cold must always carry a jacket or sweater specially during the journey.


  1. Limit your liquids

It’s heartbreaking when the airport security asks you to remove the perfumes, water bottle, lotions etc from the handbag. Avoid too much of liquid items in your luggage too. The leakage can ruin your cloths, accessories and your mood, the day you saved and awaited the most for.

  1. Skip the shoes

Girls I know it’s little difficult to gulp. Curb your shoes with maximum 2-3, as it occupies lot of space.

  1. Save bag space for all your holiday purchases

And there goes the list…your friends, family and your BAE. Always have room for souvenir and the said list than to listen for complaints for lifetime. Whether its duty free goods or holiday mementos, it’s inevitable that you’ll be bringing more back home with you than when you left.


  1.  Leave Behind

Few accessories are important but no need to be packed as they are provided by the hotels. It will save you space too unless you are very conscious about it. Toothbrush, toothpaste, towels, shampoos etc are few things that are already available in the hotel. Let them stay at home.


Giant’s Causeway – Steps To Heaven !!!

Try Giant’s Causeway Path To Find Heaven 

The honeycomb shape, on the very edge of the Antrim plateau, Northern Ireland, is going to take your breath away. Around 60 million years ago, the “Giant’s Causeway” was created through a volcanic eruption forming hexagonal shaped, locked together. It composes around 40,000 interlocking basalt step like columns, some being about 12 meters (39 feet) is no wonder a geolgical wonder. Its also known as Clochán an Aifir, Clochán na bhFomhórach in Irish.

The legends says, an Irish giant FIONN MAC CUMHAILL (Fin MacCool) accepted the challenge to fight a Scottish Benandonner, and created the causeway across the North Channel where they could battle. Oonagh, Fionn’s wife disguises him as a baby and tucked in a cradle. When Benandonner saw the size of the baby, he anticipated that if the baby’s head is so giant, then what would his father be like! He flees back to Scotland and destroyed the causeway so that Fionn could not follow him. This is what legend says, but you can create your own memory and story.


Giant’s Causeway was declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. Also National Nature Reserve declared in 1987 by the Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland. It has incredible resemblance features such as Organ and Giant’s Boot structures, Giants Eyes, the Chimney Stacks, the Shepherd’s Steps; the Camel’s Hump the Honeycomb, the Giant’s Gate and the Giant’s Harp.



Do No Chew Tulsi – Its Harmful For Teeth !!!


Being an Indian and from a Hindu family, I have been always told to have 5 leaves of Tulsi (Ocimum tenuiflorum, Holy Basil) a day.  Since my childhood, I have learned that it is very important plant culturally and herbally. Indian culture is too huge, diversified, deep deep inside. Right from language to religion to music to cuisine, it defers after every 50 km. This holy plant is one very small part of it yet I can write pages and pages about it.

No Hindu festival, worships, prayers, marriages can ever proceed with leaves of Tulsi. It is a Sacred Plant and also believed to be avatar of Goddess Laxmi. It got its name from Tulasi Devi, who is one of Lord’s Krishna  eternal consorts. There are two types of plants, Rama Tulsi with large green leaves and the other Shyama Tulsi with dark green leaves usually worshiped to Lord Hanuman. Did you know, there is a ceremony called Tulasi Vivaah, where Tulasi is married to Lord Krishna !

Most of the Hindu Family has a this plant in the house.  The seeds, stems, leaves and even the soil is too considered to be Holy.

It has diversified healing properties and the extracts are used in ayurvedic remedies like headaches, cold, fever, stomach disorders, heart disease, malaria etc. In addition, it is believed that it promotes longevity. It is therefore regarded as ADAPTOGEN or Anti-Stress Agent.


Chewing Tulsi leaves is considered as disrespectful act  being wife of Lord Vishnu. According to the botanist, it contains high amount of Mercury and may cause harm to teeth if raw mercury touches the teeth. You can use leaves either in powdered  or juice form. You can use the fresh leaves in herbal tea, panchamrut, with ghee etc. In conclusion, please avoid chewing Holy Leaves.

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Here is one interesting place(temple) one should visit if you are planning to visit Rajasthan, India. 50 km from Jodhpur is a village called Chotila in Paloi District where few people visit out of fear and some out of curiosity. This temple called as Bullet Baba Temple or Om Banna Temple.

If you don’t visit Bullet Baba Temple, you might meet an accident ! Strange right? The nearby villagers always visit this temple before traveling to any place. The story goes back to 1988, when Om Singh Rathore was riding his bike “Royal Enfield Bullet 350 cc” and met with an accident. His bike got hit by a tree and died on the spot.

Next day, the police brought his bike at the police station for investigation but  the bike went missing. The bike was found on the same spot where Om Singh Rathore died on the accident point. Once again the police took the bike, emptied the fuel tank, chained it at the police station. Surprisingly, the bike went missing again and was found at the accident point. The locals were quite shocked to know about the incident of bike missing and finding it at accident point. Later,they were convinced about a divine power behind it.

From that day, the bike is worshiped just like any other God or Goddesses. You can find a priest, people remove shoes before entering the temple, flowers prayers money is also offered in the temple. The bike and a photo of Om Singh Rathore is kept in a closed glass where one can easily see and worship. People also offer alcohol on the fulfillment of their wishes. So what could be your reason to visit this place – fear or curiosity ?

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