Arts and Culture of India

Top Places To Visit

Nubra Valley

The Khardung La Pass at 18,380 feet, is the highest motorable road in the world, and a gateway to the Nubra Valley. The beauty of the Nubra valley is that it allows you to look over the Indus valley in the south and the mountain ridges of the Zanskar. You will get to see some rare and interesting plantations, quaint hamlets and high altitude desert landscapes. You will find the Siachen Glacier to the north of the valley and the Sasser Pass to the northwest of the valley.
46 Reviews

Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum

This is another of the palaces where the royals used to reside in the past and is today one of the museums where people explore different exhibits. Apart from being a museum, Umaid Bhawan Palace is one of the luxurious hotels in the city of Jodhpur. Once you travel around 3 kms from the city towards the southeast area, you will reach the place. Gaj Singh II still lives in one of the parts of the Umaid Bhawan. The palace was built in 1929. The place has about 365 rooms and was designed and created by one of the famous British architects – Henry Lanchester. This palace was originally made for Raja Umaid Singh. To successfully build this palace it took about 15 years with around 3000 workers working on it and about an expenditure of 11 million INR. Makrana marble was used in the exteriors of the palace whereas Burmese teak in the inside. The collection of vintage clocks is another attraction to be seen here.
8 Reviews

Sundarbans National Park

The Sundarban National Park is a very popular National Park, Tiger Reserve, and a Biosphere Reserve in West Bengal, India. It is a part of the Sundarban on the Ganges Delta, and near to the Sundarban Reserve Forest in Bangladesh. The delta is thickly secured by mangrove timberlands, and is one of the biggest reserve for the Bengal tiger. The Directorate of Forest is in charge of the organization and administration of Sundarban. The recreation center is comprised of 54 little islands and is crisscrossed by a few tributaries of the Ganges. There are seven primary waterways and endless watercourses framing a system of channels at this estuarine delta. The main method for venturing to every part of the recreation center is to by water vessels and boats, down the different paths shaped by the numerous streaming waterways. Nearby water crafts or vessels worked by the West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation. Sundarban National Park is all around joined with kolkata Basanti High way.
9 Reviews

Old Delhi

Old Delhi was founded as Shahjahanabad by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan in 1639. It remained the capital of the Mughals until the end of the Mughal dynasty. Many people tend to get confused between Delhi and New Delhi. To be precise, New Delhi is the later development done to Delhi or Old Delhi. The Old Delhi was the place that the Mughal kings ruled for centuries. This part has most of the old monuments, palaces and buildings. New Delhi comes under the same government and started becoming popular much after independence in spite of being a creation of the British Raj. This part is made up of the best restaurants, clubs, cafes, contemporary and modern museums, offices and other extensions. Malls are also an important feature of New Delhi which makes it different from the old markets of Old Delhi.
2 Reviews

Group of Monuments at Hampi

Capital of Vijayanagar empire, Unesco world heritage site ; Hampi was one of the largest and richest city in the world in 15th century
1 Reviews

Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat

This is an art gallery in Bangalore and is mainly known for the regular exhibitions and public events held here. The main aim of this place is to make people more aware of the art and culture of South India, especially Karnataka. A part of this has been carved into an art college with the same name and this is now a very prominent school of art in the world of contemporary and traditional painting. The Chitra Shante is the annual festival of art and culture organized by the Parishath authorities.
2 Reviews

Jehangir Art Gallery

This is Mumbai's one of the most popular art galleries located in the Kala Ghoda area. It was built in 1952 and contributed to the city by Cawasji Jehangir and is till now managed by the Bombay Art Society. This is also the most prestigious venue for modern artistes of the city and there is always a rush for them to exhibit their paintings here. Many have to wait for at least a few years to get a turn as well. The main reason is that this gallery is most of the time in the media eye for good reasons. There are four exhibition halls to exhibit artwork here.
2 Reviews

National Gallery of Modern Art

This is the most important museum of the city and also one of the best within the country. If you want to enjoy the best contemporary art, this is no doubt the best you can get. The building that has been transformed into the lovely museum was once the residence of famous kings of Jaipur. The grandeur is still maintained till a certain extent. The maintenance part is worth mentioning and the collection is the best you can find anywhere. Art pieces housed here have a large range of variety. There are pieces that are almost 2 centuries old. There are also art works by English painters and National ones too. The location of the museum is just adjacent to the India Gate, thus making it almost a part of another attraction of National importance. The gardens circling the museums form an ideal place for summer afternoons.
0 Reviews

Chandigarh byCycle

Chandigarh, is dream city of India's first Prime Minister, Jawahar Lal Nehru. It was designed by the popular French engineer Le Corbusier. Beautifully situated at the foothills of Shivaliks, it is known as one of the best experiments in urban city designing and current structural engineering in the twentieth century in India. The Reserve Bank of India positioned in Chandigarh is the twelfth biggest deposit centre and the tenth biggest credit center across the country as of June 2012. Chandigarh IT Park (otherwise called Rajiv Gandhi Chandigarh Technology Park) is the city's endeavor to break into the data innovation world. Chandigarh's framework, closeness to Delhi, Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh, and the IT talent pool draws in IT organizations searching for office space in the region. Chandigarh is an uncommon embodiment of modernization existing together with nature's conservation. It is a very beautiful place to spend quality time with family and friends.
0 Reviews

Hussainabad Picture Gallery

The picture gallery located in Husainabad, Lucknow. Built by the third Nawab of Awadh, in 1838 and was used as a summer house and now it displays the portraits of the Nawabs of Awadh.
1 Reviews

Baichung Stadium

Baichung Stadium is a very famous football stadium in Namchi. The stadium was framed in honor of Baichung Bhutia, India's most famous contemporary footballer. He is an Indian footballer of Sikkimese-Bhutia descent who plays as a striker. Bhutia is thought to be the torchbearer of Indian football in the global coliseum. Bhutia is usually nicknamed as the Sikkimese Sniper on account of his shooting abilities in football. The state intends to effectively advance the game made prominent after Bhutia turned into being the first Indian to play in an European League and guide the national team as a captain. This spot is under development and soon it will turn into a center of game exercises in Sikkim. This stadium is situated at a decent tallness above ocean level and it sees that the administration is empowering football. The Baichung Stadium is the best place to visit for the people who love football or any sort of sports.
1 Reviews

Cholamandal Artists' Village

As soon as I entered the place, I was mesmerised by the bohemian vibes of the place. Cholamandal Artists' Village is the "largest artists' commune in India." The artists of this village are credited to bring the Madras Movement of Art almost entirely on their own. It was nice to know that the place I was marvelling the paintings at was so significant and yet there was hardly any soul in sight.
1 Reviews

National Library

Ghosts of the workers who died here during the construction roam here during night. Rumor has it that a student went there for his research during night and never returned. Also, newspapers are always found scattered on the tables every morning.
1 Reviews

UB City

This is the largest mall in Bangalore, laid over an area of 13 acres and in the heart of the city. This is a project of the UB Group headed by Vijay Mallya and is built on the road named after the former business tycoon, Vitthal mallya. This is a joint projject of the UB Group with the Prestige Group. The mall houses outlets of almost all national and foreign luxury brands and it is thus a shopaholic's drug. They also have some good food outlets on the top level of the mall to serve your hunger after you have done a lot of window shopping as well. This is thus, not just a place to enter and fill your bags with, but you can also hangout with your friends here.
1 Reviews

Kynkyny Art

Selling art articles for homes and home articles with art on them, Kynkyny is one of the most popular art stores in Bangalore. Like me you can go there just to interact with the patient staff who not only explain the painting to you and help you find one within a particular price range but also pack the paintings in a convenient manner in case you’re travelling. Often displaying work from upcoming as well as well-established artists, this gallery never disappoints when you’re hunting for that perfect painting to wake up to or that perfect bed to sleep on.
1 Reviews

Trips Stories

, North-East India Tourism... of unexplored India. Teeming... to visit, North-East India... in you. Getting Around in Northeast India...

View more comments...

South India is a brilliant... amalgamation of cultures... to visit in South India... of traditional Indian art...

View more comments...

and culturally-infused west... art galleries and getting lost... and rich culture of the state... to closer to the natural culture...

View more comments...

.· A Spiritual Art Gallery... with traditional Indian art... is one of the least privileged areas of India... religious culture, you must visit...

View more comments...

, some of India's..., but these are surely the trains in India... rides you need to experience in India! ...

View more comments...

handicrafts and arts. The setting... of Religion and Culture founded... of Tibetan Culture. The aim... with their culture. The name...

View more comments...

of the Tibetan culture... capital of India...

View more comments...

in India including Delhi... era in India. A day's... trip to India's largest... culture, its grandeur...

View more comments...

have established a cultural... with the culture of Manipur... after the cultural complex... as well as Culturally...

View more comments...

North East India... is perhaps the most avoided part of India... untouched. Rich in culture... in India and most tribes...

View more comments...

Varanasi is a cultural... capital of India. It has many names...

View more comments...

India has long been touted... travellers coming to India... to do: Mingle with locals, culture...

View more comments...

South India!! I really... longest trip in India; 13 days..., different culture, different...

View more comments...

about India's culture...Namaste! India is a land... of cultural, historical... nothing you wouldn't find in India...

View more comments...

a potpourri of Art, culture, dance... for handicrafts and food many cultural...

View more comments...

of home-stays in India... it can be! There are some home-stays in India...

View more comments...

by the Archaeological Survey of India...

View more comments...

the value of Banaras in India... for the cultural beauty... reflection to display the cultural... heritage of India “Ramnagar Fort...

View more comments...

 months moving around northern India... India to see how great... into the 'south' south India..., in the central region of India...

View more comments...

I can’t deny that the cultural...

View more comments...

I was visiting India... about the rich culture... across India I was reassured...! I only had three weeks in India...

View more comments...

Gallery

How To Reach

Map

Book a Package Tour

Your Enquiry has been sent successfully