Tuesday, 15 September 2020

Let's Live another phase of life by travelling.


Travelling is like  reading a book with all live characters in it. The more you read the more you will be able to understand the human nature, human culture, and varieties of things that are out of your imagination. This world is full of dreams which you need to take in your dreams. Our earth has some places which we called them heaven, and for some we need to be an eyewitness. 

I was born and brought up in India, so my first wish is to visit India completely.  India is full of sight scenic and historical places. It is an amalgamation of  different culture, food, languages, religion, and wild life. All these qualities make India a tourist place, people from all over the world visit India to capture moments with the beautiful places of India. 

I have travelled a few of the places in India and some are in my wish list. 

 Banswara : It is one of the districts in Rajasthan. It is also called "Choti Kashi", "A city of 100 islands", "Cherrapoonji of Rajasthan". Few   famous things in Banswara are Mahi Dam., Tripura Sundari Temple. 
Banswara is full of temples and people of Banswara have great faith in God. The food of Banswara resembles with Gujarat. 



Amritsar: It is a place of patriotism. Amritsar is famous for The Golden Temple, Jalliawala Bagh, Wagah Border. I felt the colourfulness
of Amritsar. I have seen people over there quite supportive.












Nainital : This is a place of beauty. Mountains, greenery and the peace. I had enjoyed a lot when I visited to Nainital. We have seen the Mango lake.



Agra:  A famous place where you find one of the world wonders. Yes, That is Taj Mahal. I can't forget that a long queue for entering into the premise of Taj Mahal.  Taj Mahal has it vivid shades, not just it looks different during the sunrise and looks different at the sunset. It shines like a diamond in the bright light of sun. The white ivory monument is incredible. 


There are few more places where I enjoyed the time with my family and friend. Few of them are Jim Corbet, Suraj Kund Mela, Lalitput, Udaipur, Jaipur, Bikaner, Lotus Temple, Indian Science Museum  etc.  

Travelling is not just to enjoy the place, but you have to feel  the essence, fragrance, and the existence of the history behind it.  When you see the things look at the structures, handwork, science behind it etc. When you observe these things, only then you can feel the happiness of travelling. 


This blog post is part of SpeakEasy Blogging Challenge by Dipika and Ruchi.

32 comments:

  1. Wow!! Lovely places but I loved the place Banswara. I really loved the name so much. It's very beautiful. And moreover, I loved that this place has 100 islands!! How awesome. Lovely post dear. Great to know these places.

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  2. So good to know about banaswara. Its a complete new place and information for me.
    Amritsar is so jinxed for me that whenever we plan one thing or the other happens and we have to cancel the trip. It has happened more than 5 times already.
    Nainital is my fav Hill station and Agra is marvelous and tiring :)

    - Ujjwal Mishra MywordsMywisdom.com

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  3. Loved the list you had mentioned here. I had visited only Ameristar among these last year and had a great experience too. Would love to visit nanital too. This one is in my bucket list so long.

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  4. Amazing pics feeling great to know about so many wonderful places in India, seems you and your family truly enjoy traveling and exploring different places. Unfortunately I have not visited any of theses places but yes I genuinely want to visit golden temple once in my life.

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  5. What lovely pictures and great post! Banswara looks like a place i would love to visit. Amristar is also one place I haven't been to you.
    Mayuri / Sirimiri

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  6. Amritsar is on my wish list. I want to visit the Golden Temple and Wagah Border. I have heard so many wonderful experiences by people who visit Wagah Border, about the parade and the feeling of patriotism. Banswara pictures are awesome, I didn't know about this place. Now it is on my wish list too.

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  7. Except Nanital haven't visited rest of the places you mentioned. Banawara was something I wasn't aware 100 islands.. That's amazing.. Will plan for sure post covid

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  8. Beautifully written Bhawna. I too wish to travel to each state/city/village of India. Ours is the most beautiful and culture rich country afterall.

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  9. I have visited Amritsar and Agra but never even heard of that beautiful dam place in Rajasthan, Banswara. I mean i went to Jaipur and Ajmer and Udaipur and visited the palaces but this dam also looks really lovely.

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  10. I have visited Amritsar and Agra and heard of Nainital but never about this beautiful dam place Banswara. I mean I visited the Jaipur palace and Ajmet and Udaipur palace and all but this dam also is a beautiful place to see.

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  11. If you love to travel it's so difficult to stay away from travel. . I was recalling my travel plans for the year while reading your post..

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  12. Even I wish to travel so many places and Amritsar is one place on top list even Himachal is on my list!!

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  13. This is such a nicely written post. I did not know about Choti Kashi. The pictures are adorable. Seriously I feel Domestic travel is underrated.

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  14. Wow! Loved the presentation and content of your post! I wasn't aware about Choti Kashi - your post was very informative. In times of lockdown, this post is a visual treat! Thanks!
    #SpeakEasyWithRuchiNDips

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  15. I have visited all except for Banswara and was not aware that it's known as Choti Kashi. Adorable pics and domestic travel should always be on our priority list.

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  16. I've visited Amritsar and Agra, rest all are added to my bucket list:)
    * Waiting for the day we defeat corona!!

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  17. Hey Bhavna, I also want to explore India first and believe that our country has so many beauties to see and that mesmerize us for a lifetime.

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  18. I loved the Bhansara picture, thats some hidden gem looks like.I'm going to read up more abt it now I

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  19. Among all Amritsar is my fav, loads of good memories. thanks for this virtual tour. loved it . If you love travel you simply cant wait to pack bags and fly

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  20. I have never visited Rajasthan but have heard a lot about the historic travel destination it offers. Will surely keep Banswara on my list too. India indeed is land of beautiful travel destinations

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  21. It is only after we traveled to some of the International destinations we realized how beautiful our country is, it's diverse & magical. This year, we had decided to explore India but unfortunately we could only visit Mumbai, Goa & Rajasthan before the world went into lockdown. Thanks for sharing about these lovely places, I am yet to visit Banswara, will surely add it to my travel list.

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  22. I still not visited this place. Naintal is my on list. Hope this pandamic get over and we will able to travel.
    Thanks for sharing this places as most of this new to me except Agra.

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  23. Lovely list of places here. I have been to most of these, and I have a really long list of places I would like to visit in India. When I can restart my travels is a mystery, but my wish list is complete :)

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  24. Loved the list of the places you have covered. I am yet to visit Bansara and Amritsar. Would like to visit them, as you inspired me with Bansara now.

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  25. I had not heard about Banswara before. Looks like lovely place to visit. Amritsar has a special charm and it make you calm and happy. :)

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  26. Execpt for Banswara, I have been to other places u mentioned. Hope to explore more!!

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  27. Agra & Amritsar are on my wishlist since a very long time. Banswara seems like a beautiful place too. It feels so good to see the fresh waters and the road that takes up there. You are one lucky traveller

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  28. You have listed mindful collection which I also wish to visit some day. You said it right. India is a place of culture, rich heritage and full of colours.

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  29. Apart from Bansara I've been to all the other places and must say each has it's own beauty, story and history.

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  30. The post has made me more eager to visit North India and travel to all these places.

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  31. I'm yet to take my kids to Jim Corbet and was planning Nainital this year. All my plans took a break with the pandemic. You seem to hve visited alot of places in India. Beautiful post for people who want to decide and where to travel within India.

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  32. Manisha - Travelling helps one in so many ways - refreshes us, we explore a new place and like you said to feel the essence, fragrance and history of the place. I really enjoyed your virtual tour, you have been at some great places - Banswara is one place which I came to know about the first time.

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