Most Romantic Honeymoon Destinations in India (Part 2)

Kerala (Munnar) Kerala has beautiful mountains, lakes, green coffee and spice plantations as well as houseboats, spa, etc. Walking together through the lush green tea plantations, breathe in the salubrious air or just lie on the porch of old cottages. You can never get enough of Kerala’s charms featuring the backwaters and the verdant delights. …

Most Romantic Honeymoon Destinations in India (Part 1)

You’ve spent a countless number of sleepless nights planning out every small detail of your wedding from your dress, the invitees, to photographer… In between this excitement, the feeling of starting a new life, planning for your honeymoon is the most important and difficult decision. Obviously, you wouldn’t wish a wedding planner could possibly book …

Bollywood

The first international Indian film academy awards – called the Bollywood Oscars – were held in India which went into history. Mumbai organized the 20th IIFA awards ceremony in which the megastars of a booming Hindi Indian film industry will celebrate another fantastic year, including successfully entering the huge markets such as China. The event …

Indian Culture: Traditions and Customs of India (Part 2)

Architecture and art The most well-known Indian architecture is the Taj Mahal, built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan to honor his wife, Mumtaz Mahal which combines elements from Islamic, Persian, Ottoman Turkish and Indian architectural styles.  India is well known for its Bollywood film industry, which began in 1896 when the Lumière brothers introduced the …

Indian Culture: Traditions and Customs of India (Part 1)

India’s culture and civilization is among the world’s oldest of about 4,500 years ago. Many sources have described it as the first and the supreme culture of the world.Western anthropologists once considered Indian culture as an evolutionary process, in which every aspect of human development was driven by evolution. And Indian societies which was developed …