Qutub Minar Receives Highest International Travelers

The UNESCO World Heritage Site, Qutub Minar will witness 9,063 foreign tourists and 3,81,249 domestic travellers, becoming the most visited tourist destination in April-June. Qutub Minar, the most popular tourist attraction in Delhi, as well as in India, receives a record number of foreign visitors between April and June this year. With a number of … Read more

Char Dham Yatra 2022 Update | Kedarnath

With the opening of the season after the last leg of the monsoon, the number of pilgrims has increased for Char Dham Yatra. Last Monday, on September 19, when the sky cleared, pilgrims from different areas reached Rishikesh and registered their details at the photo registration center located in the Chardham Yatra Bus Terminal compound. … Read more

Kuno National Park Gets 8 African Cheetah Under Project Cheetah

On September 17th, after seventy years they went extinct in India, eight cheetahs brought from Namibia were released by PM Modi in Madhya Pradesh’s Kuno National Park. This translocation of eight cheetahs including five females and three males, is being made under the project of Cheetah Reintroduction in India, a part of a special agreement … Read more

11 Fairs and Festivals in golden, sunny October in India – Today’s Traveler

The month of October is a great month to attend fairs and festivals that are both intriguing and educational. Starting with the historical celebrations of Gandhi Jayanti and on to religious events such as Durga Pooja, the month is fairly active and colorful in terms of festivities in India. As the monsoon season draws to … Read more

Nakul Anand, Chairman, FAITH at National Conference of State Tourism Ministers – Today’s Traveler

Nakul Anand, Chairman, FAITH delivered an inspirational address during the inaugural session of National Conference of State Tourism Ministers being held at Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh in the presence of Shri G Kishan Reddy, Hon’ble Union Minister of Tourism, Culture and Development for North Eastern Region. Nakul Anand, Chairman, FAITH at the Lamp Lighting ceremony at … Read more

10 spectacular Fairs and Festivals in August in scenic India – Today’s Traveler

If you plan to travel to or within India in the month of August, here are some spectacular Fairs and Festivals that will leave you mesmerised. Throughout India, August, which includes the anniversary of India’s independence, is a time of great celebrations, and celebrations are held throughout the nation. There are so many reasons to … Read more

Kerala curated: a special 25-year journey of love, life and chawal – Today’s Traveler

Kerala curated is my relationship with Kerala or God’s Own Country which began nearly 25 years ago when I met this moustached Malayali boy with a quirky sense of humour. He made me laugh and I agreed to marry him. Kerala curated – Water Lilies bring the Vembanad Lake to life In 1999, as pundits … Read more

10 incredible Festivals to experience in India in the month of September – Today’s Traveler

In India, the month of September heralds the beginning of the season of fairs and festivals. September, with its pleasant weather and a wide variety of well-known festivals and events, provides people with the greatest weekend getaways and recreational opportunities possible. Athachamayam -incredible Festivals to experience in India The festivals and fairs that take place … Read more

Indian Columbus: Broadway – A Virtual Heritage Walk

I am standing in front of the narrow Road opposite Chennai High Court and wondering – “Can I drive? No…not possible….ride? Not sure….forget it….I don’t think I can even walk on this Road.” “Who named it Broadway? Is it supposed to be a joke?” Certainly, the ultra-urban youth of today’s Chennai who spends their time … Read more