Thursday, July 25, 2024

‘Tourism in medieval South India a developed activity’

ALIGARH Tourism was a highly-developed economic and cultural activity in South India during the medieval period with even people from Kashmir in the far north...

Ninth century monument in ruins

BALANGIR Visitors to the ruins of Ranipur-Jharial, about 110 km from Balangir, are welcomed by a signboard outside the entrance of the 64 Yogini temple...

Buddhist tourism set for major make-over

BHUBANESWAR Buddhist sites in Odisha are set for a facelift. In a bid to improve Buddhist tourism, the Ministry of Tourism has identified integrated tourism...

Four museums opened under Muziris Project

KOCHI Tourists will hereafter get a chance to learn the rich bygone era of a "lost port city" of Muziris (Kodungalloor in Thrissur district), which...

‘World’s most extraordinary hotel’

RAJASTHAN There are dozens of converted historic forts and palaces offering luxury accommodation in India but a fort, built from scratch in the Rajasthan desert...

Heritage city of India not in Unesco’s heritage list

VARANASI The three-day international seminar on 'Banaras, the Heritage City of India: Culture, Tourism and Development', that ended at the Banaras Hindu University on Sunday,...

Golden Rock to get wagons from all zones

TIRUCHIRAPALLIFor the first time in its 85-year-old history, the Golden Rock railway workshop here is all set to overhaul freight wagons of broad gauge...

Arunachal fort cries for attention

ITANAGARThe miserable condition of the historical and formerly opulent Bhismaknagar archeological site in the state's Lower Dibang Valley district has disheartened a team comprising...

Taj rebrands London hotels

LONDONThe Taj Group is introducing its two newly rebranded London hotels - St. James' Court, A Taj Hotel and Taj 51 Buckingham Gate Suites...

Bollywood’s Filmcity studio opens to tourists

MUMBAIIndia is a nation of film lovers and now, to add to their delight – and that of visitors from around the world –...

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