On the next day of Golkonda Visit, we headed towards the Charminar – Arc De Triomphe of the East, one of the iconic monuments standing in the heart of the Telangana. It is located to the east bank of Musi river with Laad Bazaar in west and Makkah Masjid to the south-west.
It has a lot of historical significance which we will come later in this blog. Also, the open-air market in front of the Charminar took our glance.
Hyderabad, the city of Nawab, famous for the iconic Golkonda fort, situated in the heart of the city. It is a citadel in Southern India and was the capital of the medieval sultanate of the Qutb Shahi dynasty. Today we are Walking Through The Nawabi Kingdom-Golkonda Fort.
5 Best National Parks in India for Family Holidays
In the digital age where everyone leads half a virtual existence, how great would it be to step outside and let your kids get a taste of life in the wild? Take beautiful pictures and enjoy adventurous experiences. With the help of an online photo collage maker, you could evencreate a collection of all the magnificent creatures you’ve encountered to look through once you’re back home. 5 Best National Parks in India for Family Holidays
So for those of you looking to get into that spirit of adventure, here are five national parks in India that you can plan your trip around!
Looking back in our childhood memories, we can reminisce those beautiful days when we used to stand in a queue to form a train holding each other’s shoulders, moving forward making the sound of running train by mouth. Howrah Railway Museum-Rich History of Locomotives
Now as a travel buff, we always cherish our train journey. It always offers a unique excitement whenever we visited the station to catch the train. The crowd of busy people, some are running from one platform to another to catch the train. And others just sitting on the platform waiting for their train, the hawkers and so on.
Mount Abu-The Picturesque Hill Station of Rajasthan
Jodhpur to Mount Abu-Picturesque Hill Station of Rajasthan, covering Chittorgarh Fort is a day-long journey and quite hectic. So after having our dinner at a dhaba, we all fell fast asleep. It was already 10 pm by that time. Our eyes opened with a jerk. We peeped outside. It was altogether a different story. Our tempo traveler was running through the hills. The sheer drops and convoluted twists and turns were quite adventurous. The constant whirls to the highest part were literally giving us goosebumps. Our car was moving fast by the steep edges and we could only feel the jerk and swirl.