Pune – A Deccan Odyssey Destination

The city Pune is also known as City Of Deccan, Cultural Capital Of Maharashtra, and Oxford Of The East. It has a great future which promises to be interesting as its history. The city is marked as a magnificent land with its glorious history, due to which it becomes a long-standing mainstay of Maratha empire, and also a home of legendary Raja Shivaji. After Shivaji, Peshwas has entered into Pune in the 18th century. It is a Maratha family, which grows into a major political power from being a ministers at court. After the battle of Panipat, the Maratha empire starts decline, and in 1818 the city Pune was taken over by British East India.


Today, Pune has become the centre of traditional Marathi culture. In this culture education, theatre, crafts and arts has given a place of pride. It hosts one of the oldest universities in India. The numerous colleges of this university attracts both Indian and international students, which is why Pune is called Oxford Of The East.


Pune is now moving slowly towards its dream of becoming a cosmopolitan city, and an important commercial centre. This city still maintains that charm of old world, with some characteristics  including universal cyclists, rickshaws, and many more. It is surrounded by blooming hills and beautiful lakes, which helps in maintaining temperate climate of the city.

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The city Pune has offered lot of things to visitors, whether it be a sightseeing, dining or just walking through bazaars to experience the unique culture of city. Pune also boasts a beautiful architecture, museums, a wide row of restaurants, pubs, cafes and many entertainment channels. It has earned a sobriquet ‘Queen Of Deccan’, due to its scenic beauty on Sahyandri Mountain Range. Along with this Pune has many tourist destinations like:

  • Shaniwar Wada
  • Osho Ashram
  • Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum
  • Tribal Museum
  • Aga Khan Palace
  • Bund Garden
  • Vishrambaug Wada
  • University Park and so on…..


All these features of city, make it a best travel destination. It is also very easier to reach this city, as it is well linked with all domestic and international stations with rail roots and flights. Pune Railway Station, is a main junction of Central Railway. It also offers many accommodation facilities in nearby areas, both for budget and star category. So to explore each and every feature of city, it is advisable to stay at a best and comfortable Hotels Near Pune Railway Station.


Shopping At Land Of Dilwalas ‘Delhi’


Delhi has gorgeous options when it comes to shopping, but Karol Bagh is an important suburb for both shopping and travelling too. Karol Bagh also spelled as Qarol Bagh is a mixture of residential cum commercial suburb of Delhi, which is famous for shopping streets like Ajmal Khan Road and Ghaffar Market. It is located in the heart of New Delhi, and is one of the three administrative sub-divisions of Central Delhi, whereas the remaining two are Paharganj and Darya Ganj. It is one of the oldest shopping areas in Delhi. Central location of the suburb and its close proximity to some major places and monuments of the city, makes visitor’s delight. From all these features, shopping is the main attraction of Karol Bagh.


A single walk through the Market of Karol Bagh is an unforgettable experience. It seems like a journey into history and a traditional treasure house. Here visitor’s can get various options of walking in the modern air conditioned stores or even through the narrow lanes of traditional shops. All these features and options makes it a best and unique market for shopping in Delhi, because all other markets are very polluted, and the too narrow lanes makes shoppers feeling irritates.

Karol Bagh is well known for Indian Jewellery:

The Indian Jewellery is world famous, because it includes every thing right from the the necklaces set in an array of precious stones to decorated gold anklets and simple silver bangles. Indian Jewellery is considered as the purest form of wealth of India. Ornaments of gold and treasured stones are used to decorate gods, maharajah’s and princes to add charm in the religious rituals and ceremonies. Karol Bagh is popular for such world famous Indian Jewellery.


The gold and silver smiths of Delhi are most popular in country. The best evidence of this popularity is that, an entire street of old Delhi is still known as ‘Silver Street’. Along with gold and silver Delhi also offers verity of valued gems like rubies, sapphires, emeralds, garnets and many more. Karol Bagh hosts maximum number of Jewellery shops, and therefore Delhi’s Jewellery street is worth to visit. The quality of metal or stones and the fine workmanship available only at this part of the world, makes Karol Bagh more unique from other shopping areas.


Along with Jewellery, Karol Bagh also offers various options in fabrics, cotton, silk, woollen and synthetics. It is also best for shopping of ready-made garments according to fashion – be it a traditional sari or an evening dress at an unbelievable bargains. All these features attracts numerous travellers from all over the world, and it also offers a best accommodation at star category and budget Hotels In Karol Bagh. As this suburb is easily accessible from city railway station and airport most of the tourists prefer to stay here itself.

Mumbai University – A Premier University In India

University Of  Mumbai is one of the top and oldest universities in India. It has got five star rank by National Accreditation and Assessment Council (NAAC). The name of this university is changed from University Of Bombay to University Of Mumbai by Government Gazette on 4th september 1996. It is abbreviated either as UoM (University of Mumbai) or MU (Mumbai University). Majority of the colleges in Mumbai and nearby districts like Thane, Raigad, Sindhudurg, Ratnagiri are affiliated to Mumbai University. It offers all Masters, Doctoral, and Bachelor’s degrees. Some of the distinguishing institutes like Institute of Chemical Technology which was previously known as UDCT, and Tata Institute Of Fundamental Research (TIFR) are also affiliated with Mumbai University.


The building of Mumbai University stands in between High Court and Old Secretariat. It’s structure of florid and highly decorative French gothic style was designed by Sir Gilbert Scott, which was completed in 1874. This Mumbai University offers multiple colleges which are providing education par excellence. It has two major campuses namely Fort Campus and Kalina Campus. The first campus of this university was established in 1857 at Fort, which was in Gothic style of architecture.  This division hosts administrative division of Mumbai University.


Kalina campus is one of the biggest campuses of Mumbai University which is in Santacruz area of Mumbai. It hosts various departments that offer Doctoral and Masters programs at different courses. Majority of its 230 acres land is kept reserve for future development. It also provides on-campus training for graduates and research centres too. The most popular courses offered at this campus are in the field of Life Sciences. The Kalina Campus at Santacruz includes departments of Biotechnology, Physics, Information Technology, and Mathematics. The unique feature of this campus is the National Centre for Nano sciences and Nanotechnology. It also serves the largest library in India, whose name is Jawaharlal Nehru Library.

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Most of the conferences of Mumbai University are organised at this Kalina Campus at Santacruz. Whenever any national events are organised most of the international and domestic guests prefer to stay at Star Category Hotels In Santacruz. All such features make Mumbai University one of the top class universities in India.

Connaught Place – The Talking Brick

Connaught Place also known as CP, is located at heart of New Delhi. It is a commercial hub of Delhi, and it illustrates the very planned and well-structured style of British Architecture. Most of the people come at CP for shopping, entertainment and also to look glamour of Delhi. The shops and markets in CP are structured in a rings form, comprising of inner and outer circle. It is now renamed as Rajiv Chowk. This market of circular structure is beneficial for both shoppers and shopkeepers. It can be easily seen over map of Delhi, due to its circular structure, with roads plying from many points.

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Connaught Place is a most desired destination for both residents of Delhi as well as tourists. Here you can get each and every thing, right from car showroom to grocery store. It also hosts a PVR Cineplex which perfectly matches the best in city. Restaurants, roadside handicraft shops, cafes and colourful crowd also contribute to the Glory of CP. It has discount stores from every state of India, branches of all major national and international banks, and also the offices of each and every airline in India. All these facilities will definitely serve the all needs of tourists coming to CP. All the tourists, travelling to India must visit Connaught Place at least once.


Shopping At Connaught Place:

CP provides a best source of shopping with numerous options. The unique feature of this market is that, no one will return empty handed from here. Another feature of this market which attracts tourists is its multi-dimensional environment, where you can easily find hotels, pubs, restaurants, bars, cinema halls, and offices too.


Markets At Connaught Place:

The main markets nearby Connaught Place are Janpath and Palika Bazar. Janpath is one of the most important places with latest fashion of modern trend. Palika Bazar is also a popular market, suiting all pockets along with latest fashion. On this auspicious occasion of 64th Republic Day many patriotic programs are organised on the ground at Janpath.

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Dinning At Connaught Place:

At all the three circles of Connaught place viz inner, outer, and middle food lovers can easily find an ultimate destination with variety and quality food. Outer circle offers wonderful restaurants and cafes like McDonalds, Ruby Tuesday, TGI Friday’s, Chatori Ghalli etc.

All these features make Connaught Place an ideal destination of tourists for shopping, travelling and residence too. This will ultimately increase the demand of best and comfortable Hotels In Connaught Place.

Sai Baba – Sabka Malik Ek At Shirdi

About Shirdi:

Shirdi is hometown of Shri Sadguru Sainath Maharaj, who is popularly known as Sai Baba. It is a  famous religious town at Rahata Tahsil in Ahmednagar District, which is located on Ahmednagar-Manmad Highway (NH-10), a most busiest route. Sai Baba used to leave in Shirdi for more than 60 years, but still the birthplace, caste and parent details of them are not known to anyone. He is a most famous saint in India, due to which most of the holy people use to come over here, to take darshan of Sai Baba, which ultimately increases the demand of Hotels In Shirdi.


Nashik which is just 100 km away Shirdi, is a landing place for tourists going to Shirdi. Today it becomes a fast moving excursion center in India. Sai Baba entered at Shirdi when he was just 16 years old. He use to leave under a neem tree and was engaged in a hard self-mortification. This saint devoted his entire life for helping the poor people. His birth and early life was flooded with mysteries. He was known as an avatar of lord Shiva.

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The streets of the Shirdi are flooded with number of shops which sell all the useful material of ‘Puja’ and also books of Sai Baba’s life. You can easily visit the place, due to its close proximity to metro cities like Pune, Mumbai, Aurangabad and Nasik. The town is well developed and is also well linked by Railway Stations, Bus Stands and Roads.

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Shani Shingnapur, the famous village, where not a single houses has door, is just 65 km away from Shirdi. You can reach there from Shirdi, either by taxi’s or cabs. The villagers have a great belief on Lord Shaneshwara, like he will protect them from all evils like theft and robbery.

Shirdi Temple

It is a beautiful temple built over a Samadhi Of Sai Baba. It hosts the last remains of Sai Baba, due to which it is also named as Samadhi Temple. The Saint sai Baba left his body on 15th October 1918, from that time this place huge number of devotees from all over the world. Samadhi Temple is a heart of Shirdi, where people are standing in long queue to get dershan of Last Mortal Of Sai Baba.


This Temple is at a close proximity to Bus Stand, and is located on national highway. It was established in 1922, to spread out the services of Shri Sai Baba. As this temple is the main focus of Shirdi, as its location is also prime, that’s why most of the devotees prefer to stay at a comfortable Hotels In Shirdi Near Temple.

Mysore – City Of Palaces

Mysore city is very famous, where you can find lots of beautiful palaces with very fine architecture to admire. It is the second largest city of Karnataka state, India. Here you can find people of all the religions living together in harmony from many centuries. It has very rich cultural and traditional values to share. Mysore style is very popular in all the fields like music, art &culture, poetry, painting and architecture. Now Mysore is identifying as a unique cultural heritage of India, with modernity it has not lost the cultural and traditional values. Today also the best quality of jasmine flower is found in Mysore and it is refer as Mysooru Maligae.


Now it has become a cosmopolitan city with the population from different cultures living together with harmony. This has helped Mysore city to develop very fast in all fields. You can find people of different state, speaking various languages, celebrating each others festivals and respect new cultures & traditions. There are two main festivals which are celebrated with much enthusiasm, which are Dusshera and Yugadi.


Mysore has a unique charm to attract tourist from all over the world, it is also known as city of Palaces. This city is popular tourist destination of southern India, which offers many attractions like pilgrimage centers  beautiful temples, and scenic spots. It has also developed hospitality industry very well to provide best accommodation to the visit or tourists. Hotels in Mysore has all the well equipped for better staying.


Some of the best places to visit in Mysore city:

  • Mysore Palace: Mysore Palace or the Mysore Maharajah Palace is situated right in the heart of the city. Mysore Palace is one of the most visited and a popular monument of India and it is also one of the largest palaces in the country.
  • Brindavan Gardens: This garden is located beside Krishnarajasagara dam (KRS Dam), which is built across the river Kaveri. A dam at the length of 8600 ft. and height of 130 ft. above the river bed was built below the confluence of the three rivers – Cauvery, Hemavathi
  • St. Philomena’s: This beautiful church was built in 1956 and is one of the largest churches in the country. It is very old church and it comes in the list of the most magnificent churches of India. You can’t miss this place to visit in Mysore city.


All such beautiful attractions of Mysore, attracts number of tourists every year.

Discover The Most Exotic Creatures Of World In An Adventurous And Luxurious Tiger Safari


“God has made Cats so that man might have the pleasure of loving Tigers”.

India’s Bengal Tiger is one of the most critically threatened animals, that use live on our planet. There origin was in Siberia. There are total nine species of tigers, three of which i.e Caspian, Balinese and Javan are already obsolete. Bengal Tiger is one of the existing species of Tiger in India. The estimated population of Tigers, all over the world is around only 6000, and the lone way to catch the glance of this stunning animal in wild is ‘Tiger Safari In India’. The best places to track tigers in India Pench, Kanha and Bandhavgarh. Tiger Safari to these places are made available during October to June, whereas the best time to travel is depends upon the reasons for travelling. In order to avoid disappointment, you must book your Tiger Safari In India well in advance.


Watching wildlife is more than a flying pleasure. Pursuing wildlife will definitely brings you refreshment of mind as well as body. It makes your senses more sharp and also increases the outdoor skills, that teaches you the relationship between living things and earth.

National Parks In India:

Bandhavgarh National Park is located around 197 km away to the north-east side of Jabalpur, and is littlebit smaller than that of Kanha National Park. It is one of the most visited national parks in India, and is divided into three zones viz Tala, Bamera and  Magdi. Among them Tala is most popular, due to its heavy tiger sighting. It is well famous for ‘White Tigers’. In Bandhavgarh you can experience 22 species of mammals  along with bengal fox, jungle cat, gray mongoose, sambar, deer, wild pigs and so on. Bandhavgarh National Park also offers 140 varieties of birds. All these features attracts number of travelers to Bandhavgarh.


Kanha National Park is one of the biggest national parks in India, as it offers an ideal wildlife viewing. It is located near the banjar valleys in Balaghat District of Madhya Pradesh. It is just at a distance of 300 km from Nagpur. The pride of Kanha National Park is Hard Ground Barasingha. Here you can also experience The Royal Bengal Tiger, Indian wild dog, Leopards, fox, spotted dear, sambar, wild cat and so on. Reptiles like cobra, rat shake, viper, python, etc are also available. Birds of 175 varieties are also available at Kanha national Park. Such a beautiful wildlife attracts many adventurous animal lovers.


Pench National Park is located in Seoni District, at the southern part of Madhya Pradesh. It is just  80 km away from Nagpur. This national park offers 285 variety of birds, which includes migratory and also resident species. Pench national park is famous for Tigers, along with wild dogs, wold and leopards. Other animals are sambar, wild pig, chinkara, jackal, chousingha, and many more. It also offers a close proximity to Pench River. Due to such a variety of birds, Pench is a famous place for Bird Lovers.