India is the seventh largest country in the world. Official name, India is derived from the Old Persian version of Sindhu, the historic local appellation for the river Indus. The Constitution of India and general usage also recognises
Bharat, which is derived from the Sanskrit name of an ancient Hindu king, whose story is to be found in the Mahabharata, as an official name of equal status. A third name, Hindustan, or land of the Hindus in Persian, was used from Mughal times onwards, though its contemporary use is unevenly applied due to domestic disputes over how representative it is as a national signifier.
India's North East is a land of undulating hills and plains with luxuriant green cover and a wide variety or rare and exotic flora and fauna. Consisting of 7 states also called 'Seven Sisters' North East India has some real surprises for the travelers coming here. Not so much established on the travelers map, yet [...]
Nepal is located in South Asia and shares territorial borders with India and China. It is known for its exquisite natural beauty, with the iconic Himalayas running across the northern and western part of the country. Eight of the ten highest mountains in the world, including Mount Everest, reside within its borders. Although Nepal is [...]
Northern India has its own significance due to diverse culture, amazing monuments, wildlife, rivers, Himalayas, religion and climate. The entire north India from north west to north-east is also very important, strategically and from country's safety point of view as well as it borders Pakistan in the north-west, China in the north and in north-east [...]
Variety of India's wildlife can be seen in the 80 national parks, 441 sanctuaries and 23 tiger reserves established by the Government of India in an attempt to conserve this vital resource. If you are wildlife enthusiast and want to see wild animals in their natural habitat then India is a perfect place for you. [...]
South India, a region of overwhelming grandeur and pristine beauty, is the region of India that includes the entire Indian Peninsula, south oft he Vindhya ranges. The Narmada and Mahanadi rivers from the northern boundaries of the region, while the Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal surround the peninsula in the west [...]