The festival of colors- Holi is like a new beginning of happiness and excitement. In the different corners of India, this festival of joy and colors is celebrated on the day of full moon, in the Spring season (Phalgun month) during a beautiful transition period of winters to summers. The tradition of Holika Dahan also has scientific logic of temperature maintenance and bacterial growth behind it.

Even you can feel a new life in your surroundings with a freshness in flora and fauna. The dance, celebration, scrumptious food and bathe in the beautiful rainbow colors has their unique experience which attracts the countless worldwide visitors to India. In different locations, you'll feel a new look of Holi celebration. If you are still planning for this colorful day, then we help to introduce about the popular sites of India which offers a unique experience.

BARSANA- An entertaining women hold

The Holi of Barsana is a way to get the traditional touch of this festival. In the typical traditions of the small town, the people follow the legends of true and the divine lovers Radha and Krishna. In the remembrance of this day, the group of men come from Krishna's village, Nandgaon and play Holi with Barsana women.

This celebration is famous with the name of Lathmar Holi. With the real colors of joy, happiness and fun both groups of men & women teasing each other and women are beaten men with wooden sticks.

MATHURA & VRINDAVAN- A real essence of traditions

The celebration style of Holi at the 'land of Krishna' is unique and different from the other parts of the country. Mathura is the birthplace of Lord Krishna and at Vrindavan, he spent his childhood. The long celebration of around 40 days known as 'Holi Utsav' which is played with the natural colors, flowers, colored water, sweets and spiritual songs.

There is gorgeous decoration at the famous temples (Banke Bihari Temple & Dwarkadhish Temple) in both the locations. The worldwide tourists and photographers visit the place to cover this beautiful event.

JAIPUR- A festival close to Royal culture & heritage

Enjoy this colorful event at the royal land of Jaipur, Rajasthan where you can witness the unique way of celebration away from the regular part. At this special event, you can enjoy the folk dances, royal band, horses and elephant parades & their beauty contests.

One day before, the local people also follow the traditions of Holika Dahan. Such well organized cultural events give an extra spark to Holi which is beautifully attended by locals and foreigners.

PUNJAB- A day to show physical strength

In Sikhism, the day has special meaning in a form of annual fair which is named as 'Hola Mohalla' by 10th Guru Sri Gobind Singh Ji. This fair is popular in the whole country, especially in Punjab (at Anandpur Sahib).

Here you can witness an entirely different form of this festival after watching the daring acts by Nihang Sikhs like martial arts, mock sword fights, Kusti, Gatka, horse-riding and much more.

GOA- A place to celebrate and welcome the Spring

Are you waiting for a full-fledged event which gives you a real joy of carnival and festival then Goa is the exact place. Apart from any caste, color or creed, you've to simply mix yourself in the entertaining and joyous surroundings of Goa. The Goan locals celebrate Shigmotsav during this Spring time which is an event full of dance, music, joy and colours.

This musical fare in the beach surroundings is like a complete energetic trip with the joy of party, event or a complete festival celebration.

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With an account of massive geographical size, India has a vast range of places which offer you a unique surprise on every next step. Similarly, with a large regional differences between North and South India, everyone of us find a state of confusion that which one is preferable for our holiday. But, with the huge options, each destination has its unique charm and attractions.

If you feel yourself on the same platform of selection that which one is best? Then this writing is helpful for your decision. The final selection of holiday choice is according to your personal taste. Hopefully, this brief introduction is helpful in picking between the two. Here, you'll get the description about the climatic variations, local taste and sightseeing attractions of these two vast areas.

The North India

With the impressive range of attractions, the North zone of India has its capital location 'Delhi' along the most popular sites of Golden Triangle Tour (Delhi-Agra-Jaipur). There is a strong regional bonding between Punjab, Haryana, Jammu & Kashmir, Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand with some variations on the basics of customs, rituals and traditions. Overall such varieties offer an attractive look to this region which is renowned as a prideful part of the country. With the famous landmarks, scenic Himalayan region, remote location of Ladakh, you can also explore the traditions and cultures of Rajasthan, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh like surroundings states.

The South India

In South Indian states (Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Telangana), there is the beautiful gentle pace of life with some wonderful beach attractions. If we go through the search of some relaxing holiday list, then Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore and Kochi are in the list of largest Urban areas. There are several factors like South Indian food, classical music & dance, Kalaripayattu (ancient martial arts) and Ayurveda which work as a highlight for this region. Overall, this part of the country comprises of amazing wildlife, forested valleys, mountains and mind-blowing historical architecture. With the range of Hindu pilgrims, you can witness the point of Land's End during your visit at Kanyakumari.
Religious sites of North India

Varanasi, Bodh Gaya, Sarnath, Allahabad, Ayodhya, Shravasti, Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, Golden Temple, Devprayag, Somnath, Hemkund Sahib, Rishikesh, Mathura & Vrindavan, Amarnath Cave, Vaishno Devi, Leh monasteries, famous Churches, Gurdwaras and ISKCON temples.

Religious sites of South India

Bhubaneswar, Mahabalipuram, Kanyakumari, Kanchipuram, Rameshwaram, Madurai, Thanjavur, Konark, Chidambaram, Puri, Shirdi, Tirupati, Puttaparthi and Shravanabelagola.

Adventure & Sports in North India

Srinagar, Auli, Mussoorie, Nainital, Shimla, Manali, Ladakh, Dharamsala, Palampur, Dalhousie.

Adventure & Sports in South India

Thekkady, Gokarna, Kochi, Chennai, Dandeli, Yelagiri, Munnar, Coorg, Badami, Trichur, Marunthuvazh Malai, Neelimala, Chikmagalur, Kotagiri, Kudremukh, Ooty, Wayanad.

Ayurveda & Rejuvenation centres in North India

Rishikesh, Haridwar, Mathura, Varanasi, Uttarakhand, Dharamsala and Udaipur.

Ayurveda & Rejuvenation centers in South India

Bangalore, Chennai, Alleppey, Thekkady, Kochi, Calicut, Periyar, Kovalam, Kumarakom, Trivandrum, Mararikulam, Coonoor, Palakkad, Mysore.

Wildlife in North India

Dachigam National Park, Corbett National Park, Great Himalayan National Park, Dudhwa National Park, Gir National Park, Ranthambore National Park and Bandhavgarh National Park.

Wildlife in South India

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Bandipur Wildlife Sanctuary, B.R. Hills, Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary, Mahavir Harina Vanasthali National Park.

Culture & Heritage of North India

Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Chittorgarh, Kumbhalgarh, Bikaner, Udaipur, Pushkar, Khajuraho, Delhi, Kullu, Patan, Champaner, Lucknow, Bodh Gaya, Sanchi, and Agra.

Culture & Heritage of South India

Hyderabad, Hampi, Chennai, Thanjavur, Mysore, Cochin, Mahabalipuram, Badami, Aihole, Pattadakal, Darasuram.

Hill stations of North India

Lansdowne, Gulmarg, Sonamarg, Pahalgam, Srinagar, Khajjiar, Mcleodganj, Shimla, Chamba Valley, Leh, Patnitop, Kullu, Manali, Auli, Chamba, Almora, Kausani, Mussoorie, Aru, Dah & Hanu, Pithoragarh, Ranikhet, Nainital, Chail, Dharamsala, Dalhousie, Kinnaur, Mukteshwar, Kasauli, Kufri, Palampur, Keylong, Kardang, Dharamkot, Dehradun and Dhankar.

Hill stations of South India

Munnar, Ooty, Idukki, Kodaikanal, Coorg, Coonoor, Devikulam, Kerala Backwaters, Varkala, Yercaud, Nandi Hills, Ananthagiri Hills, Ponmudi, Araku Valley, Kudremukh, kotagiri, Vythiri, Kodaikanal, Wayanad, Chikhaldara, Horsley Hills, Ponmudi, Araku Valley.

Climatic Variations between North & South India

Climate conditions are more pleasant in North India in comparison to the South. South India is in the tropical zone while North is in subtropical and bordered within the temperate zone. According to latitude distance, no ocean and proximity of Himalayas offer a cooler climate to Northern region. Similarly, such logical reasons make a difference in diet from wheat to rice and higher to lower spice content in food.

Taste differences between North & South India

In India taste varies from state to state under the different categories not only in taste but also in unique cooking methods. With the several ages and cultures, Indian taste has also been influenced by different civilizations. Each dish has basic taste due to use of different spices which has the relation with medicinal and nutritional properties.

North India:

While tasting the North Indian cuisines, you'll feel a rich delight and appetizing aroma due to the use of high proportion of dairy products. In the combination of such rich gravies, you are served with 'tawa' (griddle) baking breads (roti or prantha) and 'tandoor' (coal -fired oven) baking breads (kulcha, naan & khakhra) and other deep fried breads (puri or bahtoora). North Indian royal treatment is incomplete without sweets and snacks. You can also taste a good range of non-vegetarian food here.

South India:

South Indian cuisine has majorly offers you the taste of tamarind, tomatoes, coconut and curry leaves in a variety of dishes. Basically, there is greater emphasis on staple grain- rice along the combination of sambar and rasam in a form of complete meal. The typical South Indian snacks (dosa, vada, idli, bajji & bonda) are nutritious and good for digestion. South Indians use more vegetarian-friendly food as compared to North Indians. There are a huge variety of distinct tastes with the long menu of Andhra, Chettinad, Hyderabadi Nawabi, Mangalorean, Coastal (seafood) and Kerala cuisines.

North India or South India: which one is preferable for holiday?

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Solo Travelling
Have you ever got an exciting feeling to explore the wonders of nature with small craziness? Or want to share your happiness with cool & fresh breeze, undulating landscapes, seashores, musical fountains, ancient architectures and palaces. If you want to actually appreciate such kind of diversified nature and its vibrant colors, then your personal attention is greater support for them.

Solo Backpacking

Here, we discuss about the Solo traveling and its basic benefits, especially if you are a woman then you take it as a new rising platform of self-confidence. In real terms, Solo traveling is an excellent mode for passionate travelers who actually want to focus on such glimpses, which one can skip in a group of family and friends. You can perfectly catch such attractive sights and make a better focus for your rare collection.

Woman Doing Yoga in Mountains

If you are selecting India as your solo traveling destination, then you get the chance to rise and figure out the beauty of hilly regions up to sea shores. If you love challenges, then surely this path is yours. You can definitely adjust yourself within a different people, their languages, varied tastes and religions. You can select cultural tours, Ayurveda, meditation retreat, trekking and several other options as per your taste.

Woman Relaxing on Beach

On this women's day, this motivational writing is like a special tribute to women who want to discover their hidden talents and dreams. It is a time to actually work on you and find the direction according to your own taste. If you are able to convince your family, then get ready and select the destinations with your logical, feminist, romantic or practical thoughts.

Solo World Trip

We have a bucket list according to your safety and budget friendly destinations-


Woman Traveling Solo in Rishikesh

On the foothills of Garhwal Himalayan region, Rishikesh is a most popular tourist destination. This ideal location is highly notable among the local and international travelers where you get the opportunity of a joyous combination of peace and adventurous activities.

Lakshman Jhula Rishikesh

If you want to learn inner satisfaction, peace and healing properties in the backdrop of the scenic beauty, then the place offers you yoga, meditation, Spa & Ayurveda like best treats. Similarly, for some daring adventures, you can try bungee jumping, kayaking, white water river rafting, rappelling and rock climbing.


Boating in Nainital Lake

Nainital is a popular hill station in the Kumaon region of outer Himalayas which has majestic attractions of the Lakes and Himalayas. With the long list of tourist places, you'll feel some poetic charm in the city. The place is blessed with ample greenery and pleasant weather throughout the year.

Naini Lake Nainital

This tourist-centric city has plenty of options within different tastes like old-world charm, walking trails, heritage buildings, religious attractions, peaceful avenues and a complete beauty of hill town.

Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro Valley - Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro Valley is a popular UNESCO World Heritage Site within the surroundings of beautiful pine hills. The mild temperature throughout the year is helpful to get delightful experience.

Green Field of Ziro Valley

This quaint valley is like a hidden gem of Eastern Himalayas, which welcomes you with a mesmerizing beauty of rice fields, scenic landscapes and rejuvenating fresh mountain air. The village is like a picturesque undisturbed natural splendor with the major attraction of the friendly Apatani tribe.


Backpacking to Leh

The rugged terrains, snow covered majestic mountains, picturesque lakes, deep valleys and lush green landscapes make the paradise to this amazing piece of Buddhism land- Leh. It is like an exotic cocktail or can say 'Mecca of adventure lovers' where you can fly with open arms and enjoy the trekking, mountaineering, white water rafting, Jeep and camel Safaris.

Solo Road Trip - Leh

This incomparable natural beauty offers you a feel of complete new world where you can treat your senses with a relaxing, fresh and silent spiritual atmosphere.


Hampi Ruins

Hampi is a vast open land with the abundance of historical attractions with the great examples of architectural and religious structures. In the South India, Hampi ruins are like a full pack of ancient monuments with the account of palaces, temples and fortifications.

Traditional Boating Hampi

Under the listing of UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hampi is a famous tourist spot for the history and mythological lovers. This marvelous location surely spellbound you and offers the memorable moments within the pleasant rural surroundings, under the beautiful set up of paddy fields, palms and banana plantations.


Royal City - Udaipur

The royal city 'Udaipur' is an ideal location to enjoy mesmerizing beauty. With the history, culture and traditions, it is among the most romantic locations of India. This gorgeous city is also renowned for a cultural centre where you can enjoy the brilliant architecture, royalty, rivers, man-made beauty, majestic forts, gardens and temples.

Taj Lake Palace - Udaipur

With the dream like enchanting beauty, you can also enjoy the vibrant colors of Udaipur within the company of friendly and helpful locals. With the regal splendour, the city also offers a charm of tranquility and calm while enjoying boating on the lake.


Ghats of Varanasi

Varanasi, Banaras or Kashi- it is one of the oldest and holiest places of world which offers you a real image of rich Indian culture and faith. In beautiful Indian state Uttar Pradesh, Varanasi is situated on the banks of River Ganga. It is a major cultural and religious centre of North India where you can explore several temples, Ghats and Ashrams.

Varanasi one of Holiest Places

It is a place where you can capture the mirror images of Indian civilization. Varanasi is a popular pilgrimage site for rituals and religious activities where you can lively experience the floating lamps over the water of River Ganga and a divine fragrance in the air.

Pondicherry (Puducherry)

French Colony - Pondicheery

Puducherry is a French colony of South which offers serene beaches and architectural wonders within a unique set up of Indian culture and French colonialism. Puducherry has a wide range of attractions from the sea front up to the beautiful spiritual sites of temples and churches. This fascinating location is a home for some relaxing and exciting water activities.

Woman Enjoying on Pondicheery Beach

For a spiritual enlightenment, you've the excellent options of Auroville and Sri Aurobindo Ashram. The town with French influence has several charming elements to attract international visitors. The stunning sunrise and sunset view, culinary delight, intriguing architecture and water sports are the major attractions of the place.


Tea Estate Munnar

Get ready to fall in love with the ethereal beauty of Munnar. It will be your memorable experience with the attractions of gushing waterfalls, tea gardens, romantic breeze, and number of natural & man-made attractions which collectively make it a beautiful paradise.

Solo Trip to Munnar

It will be a rejuvenating experience within the peaceful ambience of this God's Own Country. This exotic hill station nestled in Western Ghats offers you a picture perfect opportunity to collect a number of memories with the stunning beauty of Munnar.


Khajuraho Temple

Khajuraho is an ancient site located in the perfect backdrop of Vindhya range of mountains. It is a famous town with the excellent examples of art and creativity in a form of Hindus & Jains temple architecture, erotic rock carvings and intriguing insights which present Hindu mythology.

Hindus Temple Architecture Khajuraho

The inscribed carvings of Khajuraho Group of Temples is the major attraction which is listed under UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Apart from such ancient treasures, you can also get the learning tips about Indian cultural dance and Yoga practices at Khajuraho.

Happy Women's Day

Females have a unique sense of art and creativity. Similarly, this list helps to reach up to one of mysterious places which has relation with the untold tales in an extraordinary way to admire your hidden dream, talent or passion..

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