Rice Bucket Challenge is an Indian version of Ice Bucket Challenge with the main motto, “Help the poor and needy”. A country like India where more than half of the population lies below the poverty line, where India’s hunger level is at a dangerously high level according to the Global Hunger Index, this is a good way to feed the needy.
Situated outside the main palace of Alwar, Moosi Maharani ki Chhatri was built by Vinay Singh in the memory of Alwar’s ruler, Maharaja Bakhtawar Singh and his queen, Rani Moosi. This beautiful cenotaph shelters the tomb of the king and the queen and the entire chhatri is supported by pillared sandstone.
When it comes to vegetarian starters, we have quite a few choices and within them is delicious Hara Bhara Kebab. As lots of green ingredients like spinach, coriander and peas go into the preparation of Hara Bhara Kebab, this snack looks greenish and is rich on its nutritional content, and thus, it’s name.
The stupendous topography of India makes it a charismatic location for shooting films. In the last few years, the Indian film makers have largely resorted to the Indian landscapes for filming their projects. Here we highlight ten of the most popular shooting locations of Bollywood in India
It is very essential for us to be able to distinguish between spirituality and religion. Places like temples, mosques, churches and gurudwaras are said to be religious ensembles visited by the people of their respective religion. Spiritual places do not limit themselves to particular religions. There are a number of places in India which offer such divinity and here are 10 Spiritual Places In India, among many others.
A trip to a soothing location is always refreshing and rejuvenating. Travelling is not just limited to exploring a destination but it also enables us to experience life around us, and thus, gain insightful knowledge and broaden our perspectives. Here are some 10 ways how travelling influences us
The holy town of Vrindavan has a very rich and ancient history associated with the Hindu god, Lord Krishna. Vrindavan is peppered with many beautiful temples devoted to Lord Krishna including Bankey Bihari Temple, ISKCON temple, Govind Dev temple, Rangaji Temple, and Prem Mandir. More on places to see in Vrindavan
Leh Palace was sculpted in the mold of Potala Palace of Lhasa and is located on the Namgyal Hill in Leh. It overlooks Leh and has many cultural influences, dating back to centuries. As a religious and cultural hub of the Buddhist, Leh Palace is much revered and very much a part of Leh’s popular face of tourism. It is a nine storeyed building that can be seen from most parts of Leh.
Jallianwala Bagh is the unfortunate site where thousands of innocents were brutally murdered by the British troops on April 13th, 1919. Today, the site houses a memorial of national importance in the memory of those killed during the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre.