The Gateway of India is located in Mumbai. Known as a grand memento of the British Colonial Empire, this monument attracts thousands of tourists throughout the year from all over the world. Given the popularity of this monument, there are some interesting facts about it worth noting.
With rapid development and urbanization, the city of Mumbai has become a huge concrete jungle. However even among the chaos and hustle and bustle of city life, it is home to some lush and beautiful gardens. Read on to find out five of the must visit gardens in Mumbai.
It’s true that Goa is famous for its beautiful beaches, but along with the sun, sand and surf, there’s more to the place. Museums in Goa have showcased a rich culture and history of the place since years.
Malshej Ghat is located in the Pune district of Maharashtra. With green hills and diverse flora and fauna, it makes a picturesque place. Read on to find out more about the place.
Come June and everyone is ready for the monsoons and the running around associated with the start of schools and colleges begins. Vacation time is mostly considered over. However, for those who spent the summer heat sweating it out over work or could not go for a vacation, here are five reasons why you should take that off- season vacation.
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January has almost ended. With that comes the revaluation of the resolutions made at the start of the year. While that goes on along as we look forward to the month ahead; here are some of my favourite quotes. "If music be the fruit of love, play on." - William Shakespeare "You’ve gotta dance like... Continue Reading →
Earlier in the day getting a portrait made was considered the in thing among the rich and famous in society. An artist was called and the person had to sit still in the same position till the painting was done. It is hardly a wonder that you don’t find people smiling in such pictures. I... Continue Reading →
Films have come a long way in India. With many films crossing the 400 crore mark, the Indian film industry accounted for nearly 158.3 billion (In Indian rupees) in 2015 with expectations for it to increase to 181.3 billion rupees in 2016 (Source: Statista). Following are some of the films that have made their mark by... Continue Reading →
You may be familiar with bookmarks! No, I’m not talking about those little icons on the screen that you can use to save a page in your eBook or PDF reader or even browser. I am talking about those strips of paper, cardboard and string which come in different shapes and colours. As people have... Continue Reading →