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  • The beauty of religious tourism is in its journey

    You will seldom find religious places in India which do not involve footing a tough terrain. Sometimes, it is a remote location and reaching the temple site is a treacherous drive on roads. Other times, God abode are located on hilltops, high altitude areas and you have the convenience of reaching the temple using a […]

  • Badami Cave Temples in Karnataka – Amazing Ancient Rock Cut Temples

    Badami Cave Temples is a prestige of Badami town, nearly the historical town reservoir, Agastya tirtha reservoir, in Bagalkot district of Karnataka, India. The temples have great values for Hindu and Jain tradition. A brief History The temples are said to be built around the late 6th-7th century AD, after the initiation by the first […]

  • Bhaja Caves

    Rock-cut caves in Pune dating back to the 2nd century BC

    Located in Pune, near Lonavala, Maharashtra, Bhaja Caves or Bhaje caves dates back to 200 B.C. and is a group of 22 enthralling rock-cut caves. One must go 400 feet up from the village of Bhaja, one of the important trade routes that run from the Arabian sea towards Deccan Plateau, to reach this beauty. […]

  • 5 Buddhist ways to change your attitude and even your life

    Buddhism is a philosophy. And it has been able to provide antidotes to the preaching in the west. The Buddha way of life can help us face challenges and move towards a life of fulfillment. If you want to walk on that path towards the life of fulfillment, here are five key aspects of Buddhism […]

  • The Swastika Had A Rich And Positive History Before Nazis

    The swastika is one of the most recognizable symbols of modern evil, racism, and tyranny, still used to spread hatred in some part of the world. While many are aware that the swastika had a history as a good luck symbol especially in Asian region. Not many know how widely the symbol was used across many […]