According to John Updike “We are most alive when we’re in love”. 14th of February is the day to express the immense love, affection, and passion for your soulmate. It’s one of the romantic days of the year where love The post #Valentine’sDay: Plan A Day Trip to Celebrate the Day of Love appeared first on RailRestro Blog.
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In India, February is the month where bleak winter magically blossoming into a splendid spring. Also it is the month celebrated for ‘love’ as Valentine ’s Day comes during February. Some of the tourist destinations are suited perfectly if you are planning for a trip during this month. Here are some of our suggestions for […]
During your tour to India, you will have a great tourism experience that will linger your mind forever. Further, several spiritual leaders and founders of many popular religions of modern India have developed in India. Here you will see many interesting places that will depict India’s culture, history, tradition, heritage and geographical beauty. Here’s a […]
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Char Dham of Uttarakhand or Chota Char Dham is one of the most important Hindu Pilgrimages in India. It comprises of four most holy place of Uttarakhand, namely – Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri. Yamunotri and Gangotri are the sites of Goddess Shakti, while Kedarnath and Badrinath belong to Shaiva and Vaishnavasites respectively. There is […]
Char dham yatra is very auspicious in the Hinduism. It is believed that every Hindu should visit all the char dham sites once in his life. The four char dham yatra sites are Puri, Rameswaram, Dwarka and Badrinath. They are located on four different corners of India. Char dham yatra should start from East and […]
Traveling is passion and a sense of learning and enjoyment among the youths. Being an avid traveler is what’s becoming a hot trend. No doubt, India’s largest traveling route is via roadways, but some do prefer Indian Railways as well The post Book Meal of your choice on Indian Railways Online with Railrestro appeared first on RailRestro Blog.
Jyotirlinga are set of 12 Shiva Temples spread all over India and considered holiest for Shiva devotees. Its rather an arduous task to visit all at once and therefore most devotees make it a point to visit all over a period of time. 1.Somnath-Jyotirlinga: Somnath is one of the 12 Jyotirlingam shrines of Shiva and […]
Dhanaulti, an idyllic Retreat from the maddening crowd and relaxes your mind and body amidst lovely thick forests and pine trees. This pleasant hill station is a breathtaking natural abode tucked away from the swarms of tourists that flock the nearby hill stations of Nainital and Mussoorie. 1.Surkanda Devi Temple Surkanda Devi temple is […]
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Mughalsarai Junction is one of the primary stations of Uttar Pradesh. It is located around 16 km southeast of Varanasi. The city has a historic value as the name itself signifies the meaning. The word “Mughal” means the Muslim communities The post Order Food in Train at Mughalsarai Junction- Railrestro appeared first on RailRestro Blog.
South India and fearing that we would get exhausted by adding one more destination in our itinerary, we foolishly dropped the idea of visiting Mysore. This blog that brings to you the best places in and around Mysore that one must visit. Best Places to Visit in Coorg 1. The Abbey Falls one of the […]
Maharashtra is the third largest state (area wise) which attracts heavy tourists from all over the world. Located in the western part of India, the state is rich in numerous tourist attractions like ancient caves, hill stations, temples, beaches and The post Tour to Maharashtra-The Island of all Seasons appeared first on RailRestro Blog.
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India is a famous for its festivals. Some festival always round the corner. January 2017 is no exception and will bring with it a number of festivities you can be a part of. No matter which part of India you are in, there is some festival for you to look forward to in 2017. […]
One of the fundamental facts about Bihar apart from its tourism is the delicacies which are spicy, flavorful and mouth-watering. If you are an avid traveler and want to explore the treasures of Bihar, then try these ten irresistible exotic The post Ten Irresistible Delicacies of Bihar Every Foodie Should Try appeared first on RailRestro Blog.
There are some major holiest Rivers in India. The Eight rivers are counted as the holy rivers of India, one of the most holiest river in India is Ganga or The Gange. Rivers are India’s lifeline and enjoy a special place in prayers and its traditional practices. Most of the holy places in India like, […]
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Mapped in two extreme corners and located into two extreme hemispheres of India, the state of Tamil Nadu and Bihar has preserved the Indian heritage, history and culture of past and present civilization. Where TamilNadu is famous for its Dravidian The post A Journey to Explore the Treasures of Bihar and TamilNadu appeared first on RailRestro Blog.