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Amritsar Shopping things, places and Festivals At Amritsar

shopping in Amritsar

Shopping in Amritsar of traditional goods can be a delightful experience. Amritsar Shopping can have following goods in your list to buy. Phulkari-worked fabrics and articles of traditional embroidery, wood craft, gold and silver threaded footwear, cut-glass, silver work, carved bracelets. ivory combs, jewellery, handlooms, textiles, woollens, shawls, durries and carpets. AMRITSAR SHOPPING Shopping in Amritsar is a delightful experience for the avid shopper. The state of Punjab has a fairly rich tradition of handicrafts and handlooms. The state is noted for exquisite handicrafts like phulkaris (traditional embroidery), lacquered woodwork,Read More


Festivals in Kolkata and Worship Places in calcutta / Kolkata

Festivals in Kolkata - Durga Puja

Major celebration of festivals in Kolkata are Makar Sankranti, new year, Saraswati Puja, Dol Yatra, Bengali New Years Day , Poila Baisakh, mahalaua, Durga puja, Laxmi puja, Kali puja, Sunatani festival. FESTIVALS IN KOLKATA Makar Sankranti (Gangasagar Mela)- January. Every year on this day people from all over India come for Bath in the Ganga. New Year-1st Jan Saraswati Puja(Basant Panchami)-February. In honour of the goddess of learning and music, everybody celebrates this day with fervor. Dol Yatra or Holi-March Celebrated throughout the country and also in Bengal men, womenRead More


Festivals in Kalimpong and Worship places in Kalimpong

Festivals in Kalimpong Lepcha/Bhutia New Year's Day

Major festivals in Kalimpong are Lepcha/Bhutia New Year’s Day, Losar Tibetan New Year’s Day, Durga Puja / Dussehra. Fifty-one kilometer east of Darjeeling and at an altitude of 1250 metres lies Kalimpong the former headquarters of the Bhutanese Governor. It is situated amidst gently rolling “hills of Deolo and Durbindra”, at the foot of the mighty Himalayas. The journey from Darjeeling to Kalimpong takes you through rich forests and rolling tea gardens. It affords some of the finest views of the valleys, which is the confluence of the Rangeet &Read More


Darjeeling Festival and Worship Places in Darjeeling

darjeeling festivals - Lepcha Bhutia New Year's Day

5 / 5 ( 3 votes ) Losar Tibetan New Year’s Day, Losar Tibetan New Year’s Day, Lepcha / Bhutia New Year’s Day are major Darjeeling festival. Darjeeling Festival Lepcha/Bhutia New Year’s Day(January) Celebrated in the first week of January during Maker Sankranti when the colourful fairs are held along the Teesta river.   Losar Tibetan New Year’s Day (February) Colourful Tibetan folk-dances are staged in monasteries on this day.   Durga Puja/Dussehra (September/October) Goddess Durga is worshipped and beautiful images of her are immersed in the water after takingRead More


Assam Festival and places of shopping interest in Assam

Assam Festival - Durga Puja

5 / 5 ( 5 votes ) Major Assam festival are Durga Puja, Bhogli Bihu, Rongoli Bihu, Kati Bihu, Janamastmi. . ASSAM FESTIVAL FIESTA   The festivities and celebration in the North-Eastern states of India are a colourful reflection of the people and their lives. Throughout the year, festivals are celebrated by different people in different ways, most of them centering around their modes of living and livelihood. Bhogli Bihu January Rongoli Bihu April Kati Bihu May Janamastmi August Durga Puja October   SHOPPING PLEASURE Guwahati is the commercial capitalRead More


Places to visit in Shillong, Meghalaya

khasi hills, shillong, meghalaya

5 / 5 ( 6 votes ) Jakrem, Thadlaskein, Nartiang, Khasi hills, Jaintia hills, cheerapunjee, museum, waterfalls, Lady Hydari Park, elephanta falls, Sohpetbneng Peak are tourist places to visit in Shillong, Meghalaya. Meghalaya is a small state sandwiched between Assam and Bangladesh. Capital is Shillong. It has an area of 22,429 sq. km. and is located between 25 and 26.15 North (Latitude) and 89.45 and 92.47 East (Longitude). Tourist Places to visit in Shillong, Meghalaya A three hour drive up the hill from Guwahati takes you to Shilong, the capitalRead More


Places to Visit in Aizwal, Mizoram

dampa, aizwal, mizoram

5 / 5 ( 2 votes ) Museum at Macdonald’s Hill, Mizoram State Museum, mini Zoological Garden, Durtlang¬† Hills, bung, paikhai,Dampa Sanctuary are tourist places to visit in Aizwal, Mizoram. Mizoram ,predominantly a Christian populated state, is towards the south most tip of the North-Eastern States, sharing borders with Manipur, Assam, Tripura then jutting down between Myanmar and Bangladesh. The word Mizo means highlander , a collective name given by their neighbours to a number of tribes which settled in the area. They are originally believed to have come fromRead More


Places to visit in Imphal, Manipur, Tourist Places Sightseeing

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5 / 5 ( 3 votes ) Bishnupur, Moirang, Loktal lake, Sendra Island, Island of Loktak, Ukhrul are tourist places to visit in Imphal, Manipur. Manipur described as the wealth of India lies south of Nagaland & north of Mizoram. In shares the international boundary with Myammar on the western & southern side. Legend has it that the discovery of Manipur was the result of the delight that gods took in dancing. Still practiced today, is a classical dance form marked by graceful & gestures known as Manipuri. Manipur isRead More