Meet Saya, the real-life Bagheera with his couple Cleopatra, The Eternal Couple of Kabini, captured by a wildlife photographer Shaaz Jung in Kabini, Karnataka. From his courtship of Cleopatra, the prettiest leopard in the forest, this magnificent panther’s story will leave you mesmerized.
IS SOUTH INDIA SAFE TO TRAVEL?
Is it safe to travel South India now? Since news regarding the outbreak of a new virus, novel coronavirus (nCoV) in Wuhan, the capital of China’s Hubei province was reported, the world has been on high alert amidst the threat of an emerging global pandemic. In this article we have explained about that how South India is safe to travel during the time of Coronavirus outbreak and why the risk of travel is remarkably low at places outside of China. Continue reading,…
Pattadakal Dance Festival 2020
The Pattadakkal Dance Festival is an annual dance festival, which is held annually in the month of January or February to celebrate the magnificence of the temples at Pattadakal. Pattadakal Dance Festival is a must to watch event for all admirers of dance and music, especially for those who share a love for Indian Classical dance and music.
Best Places To Visit In Karnataka
Here’s a list of some of the best places to visit in Karnataka that you can clear up for an amazing getaway with your loved ones. The state’s geographical location ensures diverse tourist places in Karnataka that are captivating enough to knock you out.
10 Best Churches To Visit In Karnataka During Christmas
Christmas is always full of joy and celebrating it in Churches makes it even more blessed. In this blog, we are presenting to you some of the famous Churches to visit in Karnataka during Christmas.
Top 10 Most Beautiful Churches In South India
South India is a the land of multitudes of believes which holds abundant enchanting basilicas, cathedrals and churches. If you wish to enjoy the spiritual beauty of the land, take up a pilgrimage vacation to South India and explore all the important religious sites of the land.
Karnataka Rajyotsava or Kannada Rajyotsava is a very special day celebrated by the people of Karnataka in every year on 01 November. On this day, all the Kannada-speaking people or Kannadigas throughout the world celebrate this day as a festival and decorate their houses. This was the day in 1956 when all the Kannada language-speaking people of south India were merged to form the state of Karnataka.
Mysore Dussehra Festival
“A pompous festival that flaunts the richness of India” Festivals are never-ending at India, this land of colours and festive is never tiered of celebrations. These festivals are the key tools in attracting tourists from all over the globe. One of the prominent grand ceremonies of India is the Dussehra festival celebrated at Mysore. Contents…
Celebrating the rebirth of the elephant-headed God!
The youngest son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi is known by 108 different names. There are countless prankster tales of Lord Ganesha still spread and shared in the South India homes. Associated more often with the red color, Lord Ganesha’s fictional features such as the elephant-head, a broken tusk, huge ears, four hands holding…
Happy 380th Birthday, Chennai – A Recap of Madras’ Childhood
The capital city of Tamil Nadu is going to celebrate its 380th birthday on August 22nd of 2019. Madras was purchased in 1639 by British East India Company from the Vijayanagara Empire, Damarla Venkatri Nayaka. To celebrate one of the greatest cities of India, Chennai-based journalist, Vincent D’Souza suggested a plan to S. Muthiah, the…