What is Ram Navami? If you are a traveller to India, you will find lots of temples celebrating Ram Navami today. Ram Navami is the birthday of Lord Rama or Ram who was an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He was born more than 7, 000 years ago and is the role model of millions of Read more about What’s new today? The Story behind Ram Navami, Lord Rama and Sita[…]
Welcome to Varanasi or the Mahashamshaan Now this might come as a shocker to you guys. Varanasi is also called Mahashamshaan or the final resting place of humans. Why? You see, this city is closely associated with Lord Shiva, the God of Death. It is said that anyone who wants Moksha- liberation from Birth and Read more about Varanasi-where the Lord of Death was banished[…]
Who are Aghoris? Aghoris are a set of people who worship Lord Shiva (Lord of Death) and aim to achieve simplicity in their lives. You will not find these people easily in Indian villages and towns. Discovering an Aghori in a city like Delhi or Mumbai is nearly impossible. For many Indians and foreigners, Read more about Aghoris- Their 9 deadly secrets and why you must avoid them[…]
The Surajkund Mela 2017 for you in pictures. For foreign travelers visiting India around this time , this is the place to go to and take pictures. You will find a riot of colors, some out of the world folk music and dance and a lot of happy people. Colors galore at Surajkund Mela 2017 Read more about Surajkund Mela – A Photoblog for travelers visiting Delhi[…]
The Jallikattu Story is an interesting reading material for all those interested in India’s hoary traditions. This one has more than 2, 500 years of history behind it.Read it to understand how a lovely tradition changed for the worse. What is the Jallikattu Story? Jallikattu refers to the age old practice of embracing the bulls Read more about The Jallikattu Story-Of unending traditions and animal welfare[…]
If you are travelling to India this time and happen to be in Varanasi or any other North Indian town, do drop in any of the several Ramlilas being enacted there..Trust me, this will be an experience of a life time. Today is Dussehra and many Ramlilas will come to an end. So, pack your Read more about India Travel Blog- Ramlila And The Story Of Valmiki[…]
No full stops in India.There is only a constant yearning for Moksha in this wonderful country. Life and Death are just milestones.