Category Archives: Unusual India

March 14, 2019
Extremes of India

Finally, the people who see the world in black and white, love extremities, and are just naturally inclined to go to paramount heights, have something for them in here. You’ll naturally like this blog talking about extremities. India has a fair share of its extreme points, ranging from the coldest place to lowest point on the surface. So, let’s just absorb this vital information about our country already. Shall we? Highest Point: K2 Being in [...]Read More

January 23, 2019
Unusual Museums in India

Love the eccentric, unusual, quirky bits life has to offer? No need to be satisfied with the scraps when you can have the whole museums to yourself – which are anything but mundane. Unconventional and off-the-track themes are just the root traits of these ones. From learning about occult to holding a brain in your hands, you’ll be doing all squirrelly activities without getting judged. So, don’t waste time, plan ahead to visit any or [...]Read More

January 21, 2019
Dangerous Roads in India

Safe and sound streets are what they tell us to follow. But, only a few bold at heart take the road less taken. And, you can, too, if you are vying for some adventure with some risk quotient involved. Apparently, there are many dangerous roads in India (so dangerous they can take your life). Nevertheless, don’t miss on this unusual treat the country has to offer. Pack your bags and head straight to the north, [...]Read More

December 22, 2018
Haunted Places in Mumbai

Do you believe in ghosts? Do you think there’s an afterlife, that after we die we cross over to a different realm, yet to be understood or even identified by the physical world we live in? Well, there’s certainly more to it than meets the eyes. We’re talking about the haunted places in Mumbai. Are you ready to go down that road? Often deserted, desolated places are associated with ghost spots. But, here are some [...]Read More

December 1, 2018
The Sentinelese tribe of India

In November 2018, a 27-year old American John Allen Chau was reportedly killed by people of the Sentinelese tribe on North Sentinel island, Andaman & Nicobar. Roughly 15 days later, as on November 30th, authorities were yet to recover Chau’s body, given the intricacies involved. Amidst grieving for the traveler, there have also been calls for taking strict action against those who ‘murdered’ him, namely the Sentinelese tribe. Others have suggested that both the tribesmen, [...]Read More

November 22, 2018
India's Amazing Living Root Bridges in Meghalaya

Bridges are not just a mode of traversing across lakes or rough terrains, but some of them are also a scintillating work of art. Many of these have become popular tourists attractions, drawing visitors from across the globe. But not all bridges have been created by outstanding architects or engineers. Some of them are magnificent owing to Mother Nature itself. India is home to some natural root bridges, which are mostly found in the northeastern [...]Read More

November 21, 2018
Places to Visit in December

Most Amazing and Beautiful Places to Visit in December December is the month to chill. It has the thrill of cold as well as the excitement of the approaching new year. And, yes, of course, the lingering party vibe in the air to end the year with a bang. So, sitting at home is not the best way to welcome this serene month. However, we do understand winter means different for different people. Some like [...]Read More

February 5, 2017
The Ecotourism Path - India's Tourism Roadmap

Sunderbans National Park – West Bengal Sunderbans is a UNESCO World Heritage Site covering an area of around 1,330 km. This is a must-visit place and should be No 1 destination for ecotourism lovers. Part of West Bengal, the Sunderbans National Park is a large, mostly marshy land and is made up of several rivers, tributaries, water channels, forests and islands that together form a massive estuarine delta. The vast mangroves of Sunderbans are home [...]Read More

January 31, 2017

Whatever happened on the sets of ‘Padmavati’ cannot be adjudged as an action of incorrigible mavericks. Rather it is seen as the doings of zealots who, in their attempt to prove others wrong, indulged in activity which ultimately became unacceptable to many, including righteous persons of the society. By assaulting the country’s very popular film director Sanjay Leela Bhansali, members of Karni Sena, a radical Hindutva group in Rajasthan, may have earned some supports from [...]Read More

December 14, 2016
Why India Is Still Obsessed With Baby Boy?

The human sex ratio is the number of males for each 100 females in a population. A sex ratio above 100 means there are more males than females; a sex ratio below 100 means there are more females than males; a sex ratio of 100 means there are equal numbers of females and males in the country. The sex ratio in India as per a study conducted in 2015 by the UN is 106.98, which [...]Read More

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