Mysore – the land of Palaces, Sandalwood and Silk

Mysore is commonly referred as the city of palaces and was home to several popular rules like the Wadiyars , Tippu Sultan and Hyder Ali. Mysore city at the south west of Karnataka was the capital city of the Mysore kingdom from 1347 to 1947. Mysore is famous among the …

Thiruvananthapuram – Trek the forest and give bath to an elephant

Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) is the capital city of Kerala and the most populous city in Kerala. However, it also boasts of several tourist locations such as the Padmanabha swamy Temple, the beaches of Kovalam and Varkala, the backwaters of Poovar and Anchuthengu and its Western Ghats trekking tracts of Ponmudi and …

Kannur and far North of Kerala, India

Kannur, at the far north of the Kerala state in India is known for the deserted beaches, never ending stretch of coconut palms, extraordinary masked dance form theyyam and people with well informed and strong political views. The district of Kannur is predominantly is a fishing and business community. The …

Athirapally Waterfalls – On the western ghats of India

Probably one of the most famous waterfalls in Kerala and India. The Athirapally is located in western ghats of Kerala, India , just few kilometers from Thrissur town. Athirapally Falls is the largest waterfall in Kerala and numerous Indian movies were taken from this location which clearly captures the beauty …

Dudh Sagar (Doodh Sagar) waterfalls in South India

The Dudh Sagar (Doodh Sagar) waterfall is situated near the border of Goa and Karnataka states of south India. Perched on the lofty peaks of the Western Ghats, the Dudh Sagar waterfalls offer unrivalled beauty and amazing scenery full of exquisite charms when in full flux after the monsoon showers. …