Butterfly Pond Project, Gurgaon

Butterfly gardening

Posted by Susan Sharma on September 28, 2021

 
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A must watch program for all nature lovers.  Make your passion for gardening count towards ecosystem revival

https://youtu.be/O3mdICUtDJE

Travel

Explore Heritage Sites In India

Posted by tajmahalholidays on September 24, 2021

 
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Unity In Diversity” Is One Of The Most Popular Slogans That Is Used By Indians As It Captures The True Essence And Beauty Of This Country. India Houses Some Of The Oldest And Richest Cultures And Traditions In The World And This Is What Sets It Apart From Any Other Country In Asia. It Has A Lot Of Offer To Its Visitors That And One Can Easily Spend Months Here And Still Don’t Run Out Of Places To Explore. Explore Heritage Sites In India | One Day Agra Tour

Hindi Blogs

Jaisalmer tourism & travel guide

Posted by mahaveer singh on September 24, 2021

 
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The golden city of Jaisalmer, which lies courageously because the western sentinel of India, maybe a place worth visiting. The golden ray of the setting sun draws a heavenly picture on the sands of Jaisalmer. The magnificent wood- and stone-carved mansions and buildings display the love of the Rajputs towards the fine arts.

Location

Jaisalmer is situated within the westernmost part of the state of Rajasthan, the guts of the good Thar Desert. it's neighboring Pakistan on its western side. On its south, there's the gorgeous city of Bikaner. The eastern part of the place is bordered by Jodhpur, another city of color and tradition. The climate of this city is of typical desert character.

History

The city Jaisalmer was founded by Bhatti Rajput RawalJaisal in 1156. The history of Jaisalmer also reveals the courage and determination of the Rajputs. the town wont to be a serious trade center because it was the trade route of the western countries to India.

Fairs & Festivals The most famous of the local festivals is that the camel fair that's held during the winter season of the year. Camel dances, camel races, folk dance, and music are a number of the main attractions of this place. it's also referred to as the desert festival.

Best Time to go to Jaisalmer is found within the Thar Desert in Rajasthan. Travelers come to Jaisalmer to explore the Havelis that Jaisalmer is legendary for. To enjoy all of this a satisfying weather is of utmost importance as you've got to travel tons under the sun.

Jaisalmer in Summer Summer in Jaisalmer is counted from April to August. During this point Jaisalmer becomes extremely hot and really few tourists dare to go to the desert city then. except for the budget tourists who can beat the warmth, the summer season offers accommodation and other travel requirements at a lower cost.

Jaisalmer in Monsoon From September to October Jaisalmer sees the monsoon that lasts for a really short period of your time. However, actual rainfall is never experienced in Jaisalmer, which few droplets make the weather even worse by adding humidity to the recent air. During October the weather starts becoming normal. So budget travelers can choose this point to go to because the temperature is going to be lower also because of the travel cost.

Jaisalmer in Winter The best time to go to Jaisalmer is from November to March when winter involves the desert city offering satisfying weather. Jaisalmer also observes the desert festival in February that's a lifetime experience for travelers. because the weather is cool you'll also savor the Rajasthani cuisine without worry and therefore the locals will perform traditional music with full enthusiasm.

Tourist Attractions • Visiting Jaisalmer itself means a visit to the Jaisalmer Fort. Built over the Trikuta hill, this fort is that the biggest and therefore the most beautiful landmark of the town. • Just outside the fort is that the Manakchowk, the famous marketplace of Jaisalmer. it's an honest place for bargaining the local products. • The Jain temple, an area worth visiting, is additionally situated inside the fort itself. The temple, made between 12th and 15th centuries, bears testimony to Rajasthan's unique artistry also do visit desert camp in Jaisalmer. • Havelis are the mansions built by the rich merchants, which are still in excellent condition. The Havelis just like the Patwon-ki-Haveli and Salim-Singh-ki-Haveli are remarkable for his or their exclusive cutwork, yellow and red stone treatment and therefore the bracket-shaped decoration of peacocks.

If you are in Jaisalmer, then go with the Jaisalmer tour package and make your trip remarkable.

 

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Counting Butterflies

Posted by Geeta on September 23, 2021

 
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  1. Butterflies are fluttering all around.....

Join BNHS, CEC-Delhi for the 30 minute count in Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary. This event is a part of Big Butterfly Month-India 2021.

Date: 25th September 2021

Time: 08:00

Registration link: https://forms.gle/X1R37MipzUqMeNVb7 

 

Meeting point: Ticket Counter. Conservation Education Centre-Delhi, Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary, Near Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range, Surajkund Road, New Delhi

Venue Google Map link: https://www.google.com/.../data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4...

 

Registration is FREE

 

Sanctuary Entry Fee: INR 10/- (Adults) and INR 5/- (Minor)per head

Vehicle Entry Fee: INR 5/- (LMV) and INR 10/- (SUV) per vehicle

Any Camera/Recording gear Fee: INR 10/- per unit

 

For any query please call on 7042127200.

 

NOTE:

1. Payment to be done by cash only on ticket counter at Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary

 

2. Pre-registration is mandatory

 

3. Need to follow all Covid-19 protocols

Hindi Blogs

Chaubatia garden

Posted by Susan Sharma on September 22, 2021

 
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chaubattia garden is a popular tourist destination in Ranikhet

https://youtu.be/H2wOok8asRc

Travel

Agra To Delhi One Way Taxi Service Provider

Posted by ankur on September 20, 2021

 
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Delhi is a big city in India. It's the capital of Delhi and is located in the north-central part of India. The population of this city is approximately 25 million people.  Agra, on the other hand, is an old city with many historical monuments which are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This article will discuss a one-way taxi service from Agra to Delhi.

nature/wildlife films

Sattal

Posted by Susan Sharma on September 20, 2021

 
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Travel

Camp Crossfire Rishikesh

Posted by Deeksha on September 17, 2021

 
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Surrounded by lush green forests and situated on the banks of river Ganges, Camp Crossfire is a beautiful luxury camp site. This camping site offers modern amenities along with lush green surroundings and amazing views of the River Gange. The well maintained, clean and spacious Luxury campsite in Rishikesh Offers a feel of the convenience of a resort. Those people who want to spend quality time in the verdant environment as well as want to enjoy the adventure, they must Visit here. Camp Crossfire is all in one combination  for them. Those who visit here once will never be able to forget this camp site and would like to visit here again.
Surrounded by dense forest, it is home to a variety of wild animals that tourists can spot during their visit. Tourists can also enjoy camping as well as animal watching here, which will be invaluable for them. Apart from Friends and family, it is also considered a very romantic site to hang out with partner. Here both of you can enjoy many types of thrilling activities.
Those interested in adventure activities can do camping here and enjoy white river rafting under the supervision of trained professionals. Apart from adventure also enjoy some indoor games in a large open playground like badminton, volleyball, football etc. The peaceful and tranquil environment is also perfect for Yoga and Meditation. 
In the morning chirping of birds, flying colorful Butterfly, sound of river Ganga and pure air make your day awesome, make your trip even more memorable. It all seems like an unforgettable dream. Capture the moments of your trip in the form of videos and photos in the camera and be happy to see them later

Bird Watching

you tube video on Chandigarh

Posted by Susan Sharma on September 16, 2021

 
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Nature Trails

Chandigarh birding

Posted by Susan Sharma on September 13, 2021

 
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