Chittorgarh Fort – A Walk Through India’s Largest Fort
The fort in Chittor is reckoned among the most famous fort in India. Not only because of its gigantic structure and oldest fort in Rajasthan but also for its stands throughout many generations. It is considered as unbreakable and immiscible. So today’s blog is on Chittorgarh Fort – A Walk Through India’s Largest Fort.
Whether Allauddin Khilji or grand Mughal Emperor Akbar, whoever conquered it had to attack with very brave defendants. This fort creates a historical example of the land of romance, the land of bravery, the land of sacrifices to save the honor, the land of immortality. The best thing this fort had was the brave warriors who defended the reign till their last breath.
Where the morning of Kolkata begins with the rattling sound of tram bell, it is quite natural how tram is connected with the cultural heritage of our city. Getting a chance to explore the world of old tramways and knowing more facts about trams was a golden opportunity for us. We heard about the heritage transport museum, Smaranika – Kolkata’s Only Tram Museum standing at Esplanade.
One year before in the morning, we were traveling to Howrah station by cab to catch the train. When our cab was crossing the strand road, suddenly we got a mixed floral aroma. Immediately we peeped out of our cab and became so amazed to see the huge collection of the flowers. That day we decided to explore this market whenever we get the chance. So a few days back we finally explored. Let’s give an image of the scenario of Mullick Ghat Flower Market (Kolkata).
“Flowers always make people better, happier and more helpful; they are sunshine, food, and medicine to the soul.” The famous quote was written by Luther Burbank
Hey!!! Whatsup my fellow travelers…Today we are writing about one of the most prestigious dams of all the total dams in India. This dam holds a great legacy of Canada government in India…any guess!!! Yeh, we know that you already read the title… Worth remembering trip – Massanjore dam. So before the summer heat hits West Bengal, we made a quick plan to escape from this hustle bustle life…
You must be crazy about clay jewelleries? And that too from Santiniketan? Then Khoai Hut is the perfect destination for you beside Khoai River. Here you will get numerous exclusive clay jewelleries of different designs made by local inhabitants. Not only clay jewelleries but also you can get handmade clay toys, showpieces, bags of different Santinekatani prints, garments made of Katha Stitch and Batik Print and even local ethnic Bengalee dishes like pithey and payesh. So we planned A Small Day Trip To Khoai er Haat-Santiniketan.