I am going to bust a serious myth here! It has been frequently referred that Khardungla Pass is the highest motorable pass at 5,359 m (17,582 ft), but there have been reports which claim that an Indian military road at 5,883 metres (19,301 ft) on the India-Tibet border exists. Yes, World’s highest motorable road now in Ladakh.
After visiting Goddess Kamakhya on first day, next day we kept for Guwahati sightseeing tour. Guwahati is a rambling city on the bank of The Brahmaputra River in Assam. Bounded by the small hills of The Himalayas, it is the largest city in North-East India. The city is also referred as the Gateway of the North-East India. This city has a great historical past starting its voyage from the ancient days Pragjyotishpur to the modern days Guwahati. I got a chance to visit Guwahati last year with my family. Guwahati is the biggest city of Assam and well connected by air, rail and road.
We Indians are fan of movies. Whether it’s a romantic drama, a comedy, a thriller or an adventure movie, we love them all. We love their characters, we laugh with them, we cry with them, then why not to travel with them. The exotic and stunning locations in India can compete with any of the foreign locations. Many of the Indian movies shot in Himachal Pradesh towns and colourful small villages. Here are 10 Indian movies shot in Himachal Pradesh. This is the third part.
A young man was admitted to Presidency College in 1913. Sublime voice, bright eyes. Occasionally he gathered his classmates and used to give anti-British speeches. He loves to eat too. After class, he with Hemant Sarkar and a few other friends reached the back of the college at 82 Bhabani Dutt Lane, Kolkata-73. Calling the hotel owner, “What’s in the menu today, Mangobinda? Please serve food quickly, we are hungry. ” Subhash Chandra Bose used to sit in a circle with his friends to eat and discuss about current political situation of India. Today I will share the story of Swadhin Bharat Hindu Hotel.
We, Indians, love to travel; travel and take pictures and update our social media profiles with some of our travel goals. But let’s admit that traveling can be pretty heavy on pockets and we certainly don’t believe in spending our hard-earned money on unwanted things. We try to save as much as we can while traveling by coming up with some interesting ideas that might be absurdly crazy to others! But hey, who cares till it’s not burning a hole in our pockets? Here are 10 Top Tips for Budget Family Trips on how to plan a trip on a limited budget while keeping it organized and simple!