Arti is a foodie and a great travel enthusiast. She has travelled a lot. She gives detailed description of the cities with places to stay and food which she has tasted. Her ‘vada pav’ post is very descriptive. It describes Vada pav serving eateries alogn with their speciality, the way they serve, their decoration etc; thereby making her post mouth watering. If you are planning to visit Pune, you should read this post and you will be guided to real good eating joints, their localities and specialities.
Damyanti is a freelance writer and has jotted down her experience of her visit to Burma. It is very nice to note that Burmese still wear their traditional outfits and use local made pastes as cosmetics. The people resemble ‘thai’ people and are very friendly in nature. Along with the detailed description of the whole place she has written about cuisine also. If you are not able to visit Burma then by reading this post you can know it in detail.
Mridula Dwivedi joined the ranks of GO NOMAD bloggers and her blog ‘Travel Tales from India’ had been named best travel indiblog in the India Weblog Awards in 2007. In this post, her motherly affection can be felt. Photographs clicked by her daughter are also beautiful. Tips for travelling with kids are given. If you have to travel with your children, go through this post for useful and practical tips. You can also experience the fun of travelling with children through this post.
Svetlana Baghawan is a mother, writer, entrepreneur, animal lover, foodie, photo blogger and a travel junkie. In this post, she has written about terracotta architecture of Bardhman or Ambika Kalna’s Siddheshwari temple. She has shown concern for its poor maintenance but with Gopalbari temple’s maintenance she is satisfied. She has shared beautiful images and tempts the user to visit the place and look at vanishing terra cotta architecture. If you wish to know about this vanishing Bengali terracotta architecture, have a look at this post.
5. AMRITA SABAT
She has got interest in dance, singing, writing, reading, and quizzing. In this post, she has given vivid description of ‘Sankirtan Mahotsav’ which was held at Bhanja kala Mandap, Bhubaneswar. She observed the details closely and gives a description of two groups with videos. One belongs to Cuttack and the other to Deogarh. Cuttack group includes kids while Deogarh is led by an enthusiastic lady. If you are a devotee of lord Krishna and have interest in Sankirtan, then this post is for you.
Rajesh has an interest in philately, numismatics, photography and travel. He has shared his views of visiting Gondal, The Princely City and has uploaded pictures of its forts which are remnants of the glorious past. Some of its palaces have been converted into heritage hotels because of its visionary ruler. The images of forts are very impressive. If you want to get your hands in living remnants’ of the glorious royal past you will enjoy this post.
R. Niranjan Das likes travelling, books and bikes. He has jotted down his detailed experience of trekking at Kodachadri trek and Hidlumane falls. He has described in detail the difficulties on the way, the places, and the drinks that rejuvenated life with the awesome images. The images are very inviting and beautiful. If you are a travel enthusiast or a trekker you can have a detailed description of this trek and can plan accordingly after reading this post.
She is passionate about all sorts of art and craft and loves visiting places. She has written about Stupas which have a great importance in Buddhism and they are a symbol of architecture wonder too. Elaborated description of Stupas architecture and shape etc. is shared in the post.They all bear intricate carvings and are an architectural wonders of our rulers. To look at the architectural wonder of these Stupas, read this post.
This blog is at the top most position on indiblogger. She describes about the practical time constraints while travelling with the whole family. Tourist guides operate in groups to lure tourists. She shares in her post the Konkan homes, Tarkarli River and the Water sports it offers. Deobagh has the amazing sight of Arabian Sea and Tarkarli River flowing side by side with the strip of sand acting as a divider. So to get mesmerised by the beautiful description of the nature, read this post.
10. ANUPRIYA MISHRA
She is a freelance journalist, independent blogger and a content specialist. In this post, she has shared her experience of visit to the Mughal garden in Rashtrapati Bhawan. She has given an enchanting description of the magnificent beauty which makes you feel the grandeur of the garden while reading. If you are a lover of nature and want to explore the beauty of this exotic garden then you must read this post.
11. TEAM G SQUARE
Dhiraj and team enjoy travelling. They have interest in bird watching, identifying insects, mushroom, animal, reptile and trees. In this post, they have shared their experience of visiting Gudibanda fort near Madakshira. It portrays architectural style of Vijaynagar kings and has beautiful scenic beauty. The natural beauty around this post is in abundance and the images uploaded are very attractive. It is a beautiful place to visit. If you have an interest in archaeology, then enjoy the images of this post.
Priya Baskaran is fond of travelling to different temples. In this post, she has described Varuna Pushkarni temple which is lesser known than Bhaktavatsala Perumal temple at Eri Katha Temple in Thiruninravur in Tamilnadu. The images show the expanse and different shrines of this temple. It is a temple surrounded by scenic beauty with very rare deities but is not maintained properly. If you are interested in temples and want to explore then this is a must read post for you.
He likes to travel and his interest is mostly heritage and archaeological spots. He has described about a shiv temple in Paschim Bonhoogly village on the outskirts of Kolkata. The way to reach the temple has been shared. The images of the temple are uploaded and the surrounding locality has been described so that you don’t find it difficult to locate the temple if you wish to. Want to view the temple and know its detail then this is the right post for you!
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