March brims with activities-be it the ensuing discussions on Budget 2007-2008, the flurry associated with the closing of the financial year or the enthusiasm of the just- passed festival of Holi. Hope you enjoy reading this edition of our newsletter.
MapsofIndia.com home page has been spruced up with a new design, theme and colors. The breezing freshness of the new page will gradually be incorporated in the internal pages too. This month we have added lot of new content on the 'India's Who is Who' section offering information on freedom fighters, politicians, sportspersons, artists and anyone who matters in India. And of course the India Quiz section has scored bang on with participants across the country. If you still haven't tried it, you are sure missing out on it.|
Delve into different aspects of India - its legacy, transport, infrastructure, economy, travel destinations, hotels, restaurants and others in this sub domain of MapsofIndia. This section offers you an insight into the unique diversity of our country. Described as an online encyclopedia on India, it is a great reference resource for all.
Reams are less to cover the dynamism of India's culture but the quest to unravel its varied dimensions always lets us explore its threads. The section on India's culture has been updated with engaging write-ups on Indian Women, Indian Languages, evolution of the Indian Flag and others. An attempt has been made to cover these themes comprehensively with researched content and facts.
Keep a tab on all upcoming conferences, trade shows, expos, exhibitions, seminars, meetings, fairs and lots more in this exclusive section. Conceptualized keeping in mind the interests of business executives who are hard-pressed for time, the section would help them to accommodate the event that suits them best.
Puducherry has a distinct charm of its own owing to its French heritage. Formerly known as Pondicherry, Puducherry is a Union Territory of India consisting of four non-contiguous enclaves, or districts; Puducherry, Karaikal, Yanam and Mahé. The name Puducherry, means "new village" in Tamil. The main languages spoken in Puducherry include Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, English and French. A blend of French colonial heritage and traditional Tamil culture lends Puducherry a distinct flavour. For detailed maps on Puducherry, you can click here.