In this episode of travel bug we will tell you some Tips when you travel to India
In this episode of travel bug we will tell you some of the best historical places and monuments in India
In this episode of travel bug we tell you some of the interesting places that you would love to capture in your camera
Located in the heart of New Delhi, the five-story facility houses a Museum of valuable Tibetan art and artifacts as well as Library with nearly 5000 volumes of manuscripts and books, a Resource center, a Conference hall, a Gallery and a Bookshop. The Tibet House was founded in 1965 by His Holiness the Dalai Lama to preserve and disseminate the unique cultural heritage of Tibet and to provide a center for Tibetan and Buddhist studies
Delhi is the Indian sports metropolis and has hosted some of the big international sports events.
Regarded as one of the most richly diverse botanical garden in Southasia, Lal Bagh Botanical Garden in Bangalore was laid out by then king of Mysore Hyther Ali. The garden was built on the lines of Mughal Gardens that was gaining popularity around that time
Located in the heart of New Delhi in a sprawling compound is the largest and oldest apex business organization of Indian business, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, abbreviated as FICCI.
Bangalore has been a landmark for contemporary artisans in India, and Chitrakala Parishath is the hub of fine arts heritage. Set up in 1960, Parishath promotes fine arts through art exhibitions, conferences and workshops
Located at Lokhandwala in suburb Mumbai, Infinity Mall is the popular hub for hangouts, shopping and eating food joints. Popular brands of all categories be it clothes, accessories, shoes have their shops and showrooms at the mall
In this episode of travel bug we tell you some of the simple travel guidelines for road trip