Kundapur derives its name from the native ruler, King Kundavarma. When split into two, Kundapur means ‘Kunda’ i.e. pillar and ‘pur’ i.e. town. Kundapur is the town of beaches and temples, some of the most famous ones are Sri Venkataramana temple, Sri Siddhi Vinayaka temple, Kote Hanumantha temple, Sri Laxmi Venkatesha temple, Koteshwara Kotilingeshwara temple… Continue reading Discover the beautiful beach city of Kundapur!
From the Slave Dynasty to the Mughals, the capital of India, Delhi, has a powerful historical and cultural background. This place has been ruled by some of the Indian history’s most powerful rulers. Delhi has been a witness to a lot of political, historical and social turmoil for over 5 centuries, during which the city… Continue reading Exploring Delhi the Right WAY : Everything you desire to know!
Located on the bank of Gambhiri, Chittorgarh was the capital of the kingdom of Mewar. The city gets its name from the Chittorgarh fort, a symbol of Rajputana legacy. This fort is the landmark of the city of Chittorgarh and is among the strongest still-standing forts in India. Chittorgarh fort is spread over 700 acres… Continue reading Chittorgarh Blog 2016, Pictures, Travel Experience, Post, Guide.