Monday, 15 September 2014


Most Beautiful Places You Must Visit Before You Die

It is a magnificent world we live in, filled with such amazing destinations having indescribable beauty. It is very difficult to say that a single lifetime is enough to truly experience all the places. Probably, Most of us will never see all the things that world has bring to us. We have never heard about all of them and even we can't imagine that they are really exists in this world.

We all know about life and often we get reminded that how life is too short, time moves very soon and of the dwindling days we have remain on this earth. So don't waste your time just in planning for a holiday trip to next week. next month or next year. Plan it now and go for a holiday to truly experience the most beautiful places in the world that really exists.

There is famous quotation, "The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page - said by St. Augustine.

So how do you want to get the story from the book?
1. By its cover?
2. By the first page?
3. By read the whole book? Choice is yours.

List of The Most Breathtaking Places Around the World to Visit Before You Die :

1. Santorini, Greece 

Santorini, Greece - Most Beautiful Places You Must Visit Before You Die
Santorini Island in Greece

2. Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia 
A Glimpse at Plitvice Lakes National Park - Most Beautiful Places You Must Visit Before You Die
A Glimpse at Plitvice Lakes National Park

3. Glacier National Park, Montana
Glacier National Park, Montana - Most Beautiful Places You Must Visit Before You Die
Glacier National Park, Montana

4. Blue Lagoon Galapagos Islands in Ecuador
Blue Lagoon Galapagos Islands in Ecuador - Most Beautiful Places You Must Visit Before You Die
Blue Lagoon Galapagos Islands in Ecuador

5. Hardanger Bridge, Norway
Hardanger Bridge, Norway - Most Beautiful Places You Must Visit Before You Die
Hardanger Bridge, Norway

6. Glowworm Caves in Waitomo, New Zealand

Glowworm Caves in Waitomo

If you have any suggestions or name of such beautiful places you must visit before you die, feel free to add in comments.
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Tuesday, 2 September 2014


What And Where to go For Shopping in Rajasthan

Jewelry, paintings, carpets, leather wear, blue pottery, metal crafts, wood crafts and of course textiles – your shopping options in Rajasthan are endless. The alluring bazaars of Rajasthan beckon travelers who visit these marketplaces.

Shopping in Rajasthan can be real fun if you love traditional and ethnic stuff. There are ample items that you can pick up as souvenirs for your friends and family members. Let us find out what you can shop for if you are traveling to Rajasthan.

If you are interested in Rajasthani paintings, the popular forms of art include folk painting, miniature art, pichwais, and phads. Even today, you will find painters using vegetable dyes and minerals. However, synthetic colors are also used these days. Shopping in Udaipur is best for paintings.

Hand cut gems, Rajasthani jewelry made of precious and semi precious stones are common. Rajasthan is well known for its jewelry that is hand crafted. Some of the common jewelry works include kundan, lac, silver smithy, enameled gold jewelry, and minakari work. You can shop in Jaipur for Jewelry.

Mojris and jooties are very popular in Rajasthani leatherwear products.  If you want to shop for leather, visit Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Bikaner, and Jaipur.

If you are interested in Rajasthani textile goods, you can opt for tie and dye stuff that includes batik, bandani, bandhej, cheent, shikari, mothra, and ekdali. Hand block prints include bagru and sanganer. For textile shopping, you can visit shops in Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Pali, and Jaipur.

Rajasthani Blue Pottery is a much sought after item for shopping. In fact blue pottery is a form of Persian art. It was introduced in Rajasthan for the first time by Maharaja Ram Singh. For blue pottery, you can plan a trip to Jaipur.

Rajasthani Wooden artifact is another good item for shopping in Rajasthan. Choose from camel hide stools, marble tops, painted tables and chairs, wooden carvings, and cabinets.

How can you leave out terracotta when it comes to shopping in Rajasthan? It is one of the oldest craft forms in Rajasthan. Alwar is famous for kagji pottery, Jaisalmer is famous for stone wares, and Bikaner is well known for painted tinted pottery. You can shop for wall plaques in Udaipur and Molela.

Traditional style dhurries and carpets are available in Rajasthan. Made in the villages of Rajasthan, they are available in different shapes. Plan a trip to Tonk, Jaisalmer, and Bikaner for buying the best quality rugs.
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