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Travel Guide for Leh Ladakh Road Trip, India. Leh Ladakh also known as the roof of the world is the land of high passes. The place is famed by a famous saying that Our Land is so barren and the passes so high, that only the best friends or the fiercest enemies come to visit us” So, let’s be good friends and go to say hello to the locals of Leh Ladakh Valley and the army men guarding country India from China & Pakistan.

Travel Guide for Leh Ladakh Road Trip India

Leh Ladakh also known as the roof of the world is the land of high passes. The place is famed by a famous saying that “Our Land is so barren and the passes so high, that only the best friends or the fiercest enemies come to visit us”. So, let’s be good friends and go to say hello to the locals of Leh Ladakh Valley and the army men guarding country India from China & Pakistan. The whole valley is a cold barren dessert with an average altitude of 11,000 feet. The green patches and villages look like an oasis in between the infertile land. In spite of being at that high altitude, the whole Valley is mesmerizing in every sense. The changing colorful landscapes stretch up to several kilometers leaving one completely transfixed.  While road tripping to Leh Ladakh, in every kilometer one can find the attractions ranging from…

Budget Trip to Valley of Kashmir, India

If you are thinking to visit India first time, I would suggest this Budget trip to the valley of Kashmir, India. Kashmir is called “The Paradise on Earth” and believe me it is truly a heaven. About Kashmir: Kashmir is a sixth largest state of India, where you can witness nature at her best. Mountains, lakes and lush green or milky white in winter valleys are amongst some of them. For more details (Nearest Airport, Place to stay, Place to eat, Shopping etc.) before visiting Kashmir, Please read: http://www.travelthroughmyeye.com/things-to-consider-before-travelling-to-srinagar/ Visa Requirement: If you are travelling from following countries, the VISA is not required- Bhutan Maldives (Up to 90 days stay) Nepal Note: If you are coming from mainland China, the entry will not be Visa Free! Visa on arrival to India- India has plans to grant visa on arrival to 180 countries. As of now, India grants visa on arrival to…
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8 Amazing Destinations in India That You Must Visit at least Once

India is a land of surprises. For anyone bitten by the travel bug, the best way to cure it is by visiting India. As a country, India holds a lot of diversity in terms of nature, people, food and culture. You’ll find the mighty Himalayas here as well as the beautiful Ganges and the thundering Indian Ocean. There are temples, mosques, shrines dedicated to notable personalities in this country. The adventure activities range from bungee jumping to rafting and from paragliding to kayaking. The reason why India is a hot favourite of so many travel enthusiasts is because it presents you with millions of options calumniated in one single package. Read More on India:  Travel Guide for Leh Ladakh Road Trip, India Budget Trip to Valley of Kashmir, India Budget ashram in Rishikesh Compelling Reasons Why India Must Be On Your Bucket List Top Attractions in Fatehpur Sikri, India The…
Lucknow: A Paradise for History Buffs

Lucknow: A Paradise for History Buffs

Indian Diorama is one of the few journeys of an Indian luxury train known as the “Maharajas’ Express”, which attributes Lucknow as one of its spots. Here is a lowdown chronicle giving-out some alluring information about ‘The City of Tehzeeb’-- Lucknow. Book Flight tickets from Mumbai to Lucknow on Yatra for good discounts and offers! Lucknow at a Glimpse: The capital of Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow was historically recognised as the Awadh sector. But now, it is the administrative headquarters of the Lucknow Division and Lucknow District. Lucknow is widely known as the ‘City of Tehzeeb’ or the ‘City of Nawabs’, and it has always been a place filled with distinct cultures. It’s polite mannerisms, beautiful sprawling gardens, music, fine-cuisine, and poetry (Shayari), had found a backing in the Shia Nawabs of the region who loved Persian. The city has been exclusively given several other names too, such as Shiraz-i-Hind, The…