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• • • Vacation in Bhutan will soon get costlier for Indian tourists. In 2018 about 2,74,000 tourists visited Bhutan. Out of which 1,80,000 were alone from India, as reported by The Hindu. Bhutan with all its serenity and gross domestic happiness index is a favourite destination for Indian travelers. But it is going to be costlier as the government is planning to levy charges on tourists travelling from India, Maldives and Bangladesh. Under the new draft, Indians will be charged a sustainable development fee and a permit processing fee. The government is also trying to stop tourists from availing of low-rent accommodation which are often offered online. Keep using #indiaview #bhutan #tourism #travel #backpacking • • •
• • • Photo & Capt. By (@khan.isa) This photo from the very beautiful state of Uttarakhand will make you want to head to the mountains right now. The mountains are calling and you must go. @khan.isa says, ❝❝❝ What I love about the mountains is how it makes my mind work. One step into that world and youre a different man. You want to give up every possession and just live amidst the simplicity. The world stops revolving around you, your life and suddenly you can see the bigger picture. You can see how it all comes together and its a beautiful enigma to watch. ❞❞❞ Keep Using #indiaview • • •
• • • Kanhoji Angre Island to be developed into a tourist spot. In a major push for tourism and sailing activities around Mumbai, the Central Government has approved the proposal of developing Kanhoji Angre Island as the new tourist spot. As per the latest developments, the island will be developed on lines similar to that of the famous Elephanta Caves. Reportedly, visitors will be provided staying facility on this newly developed island, unlike the Elephanta Caves, where visitors are not allowed to stay back at night. To ensure visitors enjoy a great stay on the island, makeshift restaurants and resorts will also be set up there. Keep Using #indiaview • • •
• • • Photo By (@anupgandhe) View of the Ibrahim Rauza Masjid located at Vijayapur, Karnataka, India. Ibrahim Adil Shah II ruled the kingdom of Bijapur from 1580 to 1627. He is reputed to be one of the most compassionate and multicultural rulers in history and was a generous patron of the arts. Ibrahim Adil Shah II, one of the sultans of this dynasty, developed and organized his own final resting place in the Ibrahim Rauza Masjid. Ibrahim Rauza is another valuable and most stylish architectural example of the Adil Shahi style of architecture. Ibrahim Rauza consists of two core constructions: a tomb and a mosque with several smaller structures. All these buildings are built within a square enclosure with an attractive garden in the front. Both the structures are built on a platform that is 360 feet long and 160 feet wide, around a walled enclosure. Keep Using #indiaview • • •
• • • Ayamkadavu Bridge: Kerala’s highest bridge to be developed into a tourist spot. This bridge is located at Ayamkadavu at Kasaragod district of Kerala, India. It will soon become a famous tourist spot. The 120 m long bridge has been built across the Vavadukkam river, which is a tributary of Chandragiri, at Ayamkadavu village, Kerala. The spans of the bridge, standing at a height of 25 m, are the tallest in the Kerala state. Till date, locals from both sides relied on boats to cross the river. But now, this bridge connects Pullur-Periya village and Badiadka village making travel a lot easier. Keep Using #indiaview • • •
• • • Photo By (@jaipur.wala) Nature Heals the Soul. A very beautiful view of the Bhimlat Waterfall located at Bundi, India. This waterfall is for those who love to get into a flowing stream or stand under that rigorous force of the water pouring down from a height. Bhimlat waterfalls can easily be called an oasis in the land of the desert. Located in Bundi which falls at a favorable distance of 206 km from Jaipur, It is a great weekend getaway. The water falling from a height of 60 meters and making its way into the sea-green lake on the foothills of fall. Amid the dry desert land of Rajasthan, everything along with the gushing water is delightful. Keep Using #indiaview • • •
• • • Photo By (@sulabhlamba6) In frame (@rahulkumarjha809) How to shot such a photo? Photo Idea:⠀⠀ 👉 The person must be close to the camera. 👉 The other thing must be very far from the camera. ⠀⠀ Play with the angle until you find the RIGHT shot. You will soon be able to capture such a shot. ⠀⠀ Have fun ✌️ Keep Using #indiaview • • •
• • • Photo By (@dirty_feets) Yet! another beautiful reflection/view of the Kedarnath Temple, Uttarakhand. Kedarnath Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is on the Garhwal Himalayan range near the Mandakini river in Kedarnath, Uttarakhand in India. Due to extreme weather conditions, the temple is open only between the end of April (Akshaya Tritiya) to November (Kartik Purnima - the autumn full moon). During the winters, the Vigrahas (deities) from Kedarnath temple are brought to Ukhimath and worshipped there for six months. Lord Shiva is worshipped here as Kedarnath, the Lord of Kedar Khand, the historical name of the region. Keep Using #indiaview • • •
• • • Photo By (@harishneglur) BLACK PANTHER at Kabini Forest, Karnataka, Almost everybody knows that a black panther had long made the dense forests of Kabini its abode. But only very few people honestly take the credit for... What’s a Black Panther? Many of us have the mistaken belief that black panthers are a separate species. This is not true, it’s not a separate species, but rather a Common Leopard with a gene that produces dark pigment. Melanistic leopards are commonly called Black Panthers, they are also known as Black Leopard. Black Panthers are usually found in dense tropical rain forests, where the penetration of sunlight is low. Their dark coloration acts as a better camouflage in the low sunlight conditions of the forest floor. These cats normally hunt on chital, black-naped hare, langurs, and mouse deer. Keep Using #indiaview • • •
• • • Photo By (@zindahunabhi) सोचो के वो पल है आज, जिसे जीने की तमन्ना तुम ख़्वाबों में करते थे ! - ज़िंदा हूँ अभी Lahaul and Spiti are perfect locations for nature lovers and trekkers too. Located at an altitude of 3340 m in the north-eastern corner, these are the two remote villages of Himachal Pradesh. The breathtaking snow-capped hills and the craggy beauty of these regions lure the travelers. Lahaul and Spiti are two isolated Himalayan valleys of Himachal Pradesh that lie on the Indo-Tibet border. Beautiful land of captivating Buddhist art and culture- Lahaul is distinguished by inflicting mountains and glaciers while the vegetation, climate and the landscape of Spiti are similar to that of Tibet. Thats why the village of Spiti is also popular as Little Tibet. Keep Using #indiaview • • •
• • • Photo By (@ritzy.rover) Tosh Valley has the Last Hippie Village in Parvati valley. Popular for its cannabis plantations, the tranquil village of Tosh is just another example of the unparalleled natural beauty that Himachal Pradesh holds within its bounds. Located at the far end of Parvati Valley, Tosh is untouched by modernization and a fast-paced life. Just the same feeling you experience once you are in Tosh, a village lying at the height of 7900 feet on top of a hill surrounded by mountains from all the sides. Tosh offers some breathtaking views of the Parvati Valley. In recent years this village has gained popularity amongst tourists as it is very close to the famous Hippies Town – Kasol. Keep Using #indiaview • • •
• • • Photo By (@neha.khazanchi) At Gangotri National Park, Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand, India. One of the famous high-altitude Wildlife Sanctuaries India, the Gangotri National Park is idyllically situated in the natural surroundings of Uttarkashi. The national park falls under the bio-geographical zone and proudly sits at an altitude of 1,800 meters to 7,083 meters above sea level. It is lavishly spread over an area of 2,390 square km. One of the major attractions here is the Gaumukh glacier, the origin of river Ganges which is located inside the park. Keep Using #indiaview • • •
• • • Photo By (@sanath__js) At Varanga village at Hebri taluk, Udupi district of Karnataka, India. Varanga is a popular pilgrim center, especially for Jains. There are Jain temples in this village which is a popular tourist place. The main attractions here are the Kere Jain Temple and Neminath Jain Temple. Varanga is a small village located at a distance of 26 Km from Karkala in Udupi district, Hebri taluk. This village is found on the way from Karkala to Agumbe. This beautiful village houses the most ancient and wonderful Basadis (Jain Temples). The main attractions of Varanga are Neminatha Basadi, Chandranath Basadi, and Kere Basadi. These beautiful, picturesque locations are the best way one can relax amidst tranquility. Keep Using #indiaview • • •
• • • Photo By (@abhilashh___) Gatore Ki Chhatriyan located at Jaipur, Rajasthan. Surrounded by green hills, the Gatore Ki Chhatriyan is a complex of temples and tombs in the foothills of the Nahargarh (Tiger) Fort in Jaipur. It was the royal crematorium for the majestic rulers of Rajasthan. The beautiful building also has a cenotaph for each of the more famous Maharajas cremated there. Engraved with beautiful Rajasthani carvings, the cenotaphs are one of the major attractions of the place. The cenotaphs are shaped like umbrellas (chhatris) and hence the place is called Gatore Ki Chhatriyan. Keep Using #indiaview • • •
• • • This 54-yr-old Delhi museum houses 6,500 dolls from over 85 countries. The collection of dolls was started by political cartoonist K Shankar Pillai after the Hungarian Ambassador in the early 1950s gifted him a doll. The museum was inaugurated by then President of India S Radhakrishnan on November 30, 1965. Have you visited this museum yet??? #indiaview • • •
• • • Photo By (@jaipur.wala) Beautiful sight of the Jal Mahal Palace of Jaipur, Rajasthan. Possibly the most serene sight amidst the chaos of Jaipur is the beautiful Jal Mahal Jaipur, the Water Palace. This low-rise symmetrical palace, that once was a shooting lodge for the Maharajah, appears to float in the center of Sagar Lake. The light sand-colored stone walls of the Jal Mahal Jaipur are at stark contrast to the deep blue of the waters of the lake. Tourists who view the Water Palace from the banks of Lake Sagar are often unaware of the technological and design achievements of the ancient palace. Keep Using #indiaview • • •
• • • Kerala becomes the first place in the world to have a graveyard for fishes. With the construction of cemetery dedicated to fishes, Kerala has officially become the first place in the world to have a marine cemetery. According to various reports, the overgrowing population, pollution, and use of toxic elements have made marine animals susceptible to death. Keeping this in mind, the people of Kerala have built this cemetery so that others at least realize their mistake and start doing their bit to save the planet. #kerala #keralatourism #keralagram #keralatalents #keraladiaries #keralagodsowncountry #keralaattraction #keralavibes #kerala360 #keraladiaries🌴 #keralaphotography #keralaphotos #freak_of_kerala #keralatravel #keralanature #moodygramskerala #indiaview • • •
• • • Photo By (@fotosbyshadab) A different night sight perspective of the Qutub Minar. The 13th-century minaret at Mehrauli, Qutub Minar is all set to shine in the dark, with its illumination being completed. The Qutub Minar is all set to join a number of monuments in the capital city Delhi, that are being illuminated to allow night-time tourism. Although, the parts of Qutub Minar was already illuminated. But at present, the authorities have increased the lighting to attract more tourists during the night time as well. Qutub Minar, however, is one among eight monuments in Delhi which is already open till 10 PM, as per the notifications in the ancient monuments and archaeological sites and remains rules, 1959. Keep Using #indiaview • • •