ASTONISHING FACTS OF THE CITY OF BARS AND BEACHES

The land of bars and beaches, Goa is ranked on the top for the best quality life by the national commission on population judged over 12 indicators. Nestled on the southwestern coast of India in the region of Konkan, it is bounded by Maharashtra on the north and Karnataka on the east-south with the Arabian Sea at the western coast. The state capital is panaji and the largest city is Vasco De Gama. The city is a magnet to a large number of tourists all over the year due to its luring nightlife and beautiful landscapes. One must plan on a visit to this place of bars and beaches with their comforted stays at hotels in Goa near the Baga beach.

The city holds several facts that would undoubtedly astonish an outsider. The list goes as:

  1. DUAL PASSPORT

Goa was ruled by the Portuguese when they defeated the Bijapur sultan Yusuf Adil Shah and began its rule till its annexation in 1961. After India gained independence, people of Goa can apply and can aid Portuguese passport along with an Indian one. Having dual passports is like having two homes, how great is that.

2.    MYRIAD BARS

How amazing would it be to have an option of visiting a new bar every time you are in Goa. It’s right with the fact that Goa has more than 7000 bars licensed with the addition of the unlicensed one taking the number much higher. Check out the new bars every day with your leisure stays at hotels in Goa near Baga beach.

3.    2- WHEELER TAXI

Wouldn’t it beeasy to get onto the roads on a bike and avoid the unusual traffic and reach your destinations on time. Yes, one can use these two-wheeler taxies not affecting too much from the bank for fuel and rental cabs. Betwixt the lush green roads, feel the breeze of the city and explore the ancient heritage of the city without breaking your bank with your stays at best budget hotels in Goa.

4.    LARGEST CHURCH OF ASIA

The Se Cathedral church located in old Goa is the largest church in Asia with 250 feet long and 181 feet broad. The cathedral got built in the 16th century and has eight chapels with large armature spread at a vast land higher than any church in Portugal itself. Visit this charm with your stays at hotels in Goa near Baga beach.

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5.    RICH WILDLIFE

With lush greenery spread over 33%of areas, the forest inhabits an abounding ecosystem with more than 275 species of birds and more than 40 types of reptiles and animals in this exotic forest. After Orissa, Goa is the second state where the world famous olive ridley turtles flock the Morjim to lay their eggs. Get a sneak peek into this rich flora and fauna of Goa with your stays at the best budget hotel of Goa.

6.    HIGHEST PER CAPITA INCOME

Although being the smallest state, Goa has the highest per capita income. In 2012 the state’s per capita income topped the country’s per capita income.

7.    HIGHEST WATERFALL

The highest waterfall in India, Dudhsagar falls nestles in Goa at the height of 310 m. The waterfall perches on the sky-high peaks of Western Ghats flowing to the mountainside. Get the mesmerizing look of this ravishing waterfall with your stays at the best budget hotels in Goa.

Dwell into the beauty of the city of bars and beaches and get yourself indulge in various water sports activities at the shores of Goa. Visit the ancient cathedral and museums at Goa and get a sneak peek into the pages of the history of Goa.

THE ICONIC PEOPLE OF TAMIL NADU

The capital city of Tamil Nadu state of India, Chennai is the most significant economic and cultural habitat of south India. It is the sixth most populous city according to the 2011 population census. Nicknamed, as the Detroit of India Chennai, it is ranked as the safest city by the quality of the living survey. This place has also given rise to some talented and minded people, and the list unfolds below.

RAJNIKANTH

A superstar from the Tamil cinema, his actual name is Shivaji Rao Gaekwad. He is a huge south Indian actor renowned all over the world. He initially was a bus conductor in Bangalore transport service and followed his passion from that time by acting in plays. He got his diploma in acting from Madras film institute in the year 1973. After that, he started portraying in dramas, and there was no looking back. After his blockbuster hit in 2007 of movie Shivaji, he was the highest paid actor in Asia after Jackie Chan. He has done over 1000 films, and Government of India honoured him with Padma Bhushan award in 2000 and with Padma vibhushan in the year 2016. With a huge fan base all around the world, Chennai holds a special place because of his hometown. Get your vacation planned out to this beautiful city with your comfortable stays at hotels in Chennai.

SRI DEVI

A female superstar of Indian cinema made her debut when she was only four. She was a child artist in Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Tamil films and made her Hindi debut at the age of nine. With a career covering over five decades, she has been awarded numerous awards from the very childhood to country’s highest fourth civilian award Padma Shri in 2013. She got ranked as the highest paid women in the film industry between 1980 and 1990. She died on Feb 24, 2018, due to accidental drowning. Get acquainted more to the backgrounds of the superstar at her birth city with leisure stays in best budget hotels in Chennai.

A.R. REHMAAN

A famous Indian music director, musician, composer and singer, his remarkable works lie in integrating Indian classical music blended with electronic music and traditional orchestral arrangements. He has been included in on Time 100 list of world’s most influential people in 2009. He has been nicknamed as Mozart of Madras and has been awarded twice with grammy and academy awards and many more. Check out the best hotels in Bangalore for your comfy vacations.

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REKHA

Her actual name is Banurekha Ganesan, a star actress in Indian cinema. She started her career from the very childhood in 1966 from the Telugu film Rangula Ratnam and with the constant hard work she gained fame in the late 1970s. Over 50 years of an acting career, she has worked in almost 180 films. Rekha has won several prestigious awards for her excellent acting in various films. The government of India awarded her with Padma Shri in 2010. Reminisce at the beaches while you book your stays at the best hotels in Bangalore.

SUNDAR PICHAI

The CEO of Google, Sundar Pichai, was born in Madurai, Tamil Nadu. He graduated in metallurgical engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur. After that, he did his M.S. from Stanford University and then an MBA from Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He joined Google in 2004 and had led to innovation efforts in software products like Google Chrome, Chrome O.S. etc.

Ranked the 43rd most visited place in the world, Chennai needs an exploration for its charms. Get acquainted with culture and tradition of the site with your leisure stays at best hotels in Chennai.

THE MASTERPIECES OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE IN MUMBAI

With a maximal number of millionaires and billionaires, Mumbai is the wealthiest city of India. This city is the second most populous city metropolitan area in India as of 2016. Mumbai got the name as an alpha world city in 2008. From Asia’s biggest slum to the world’s most expensive houses, Mumbai is an epicentre of fashion and entertainment.

There are three landmarks in Mumbai chosen under the UNESCO world heritage site. With the purpose of practical conservation from various factors and to preserve their historical and cultural significance, these landmarks are legally protected by international treaties. Mumbai is an abode to three world heritage sites namely the Victorian gothic and art deco ensembles of Mumbai, the elephant caves and Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaja terminus. Get stances of these world famous heritages while you book your stays at luxury hotels in Mumbai.

  • THE ELEPHANTA CAVES

Nestled in the western coast of the Elephanta Island, it beholds many historic archaeological remains from as early as the 2nd century. The caves contain rock cut out sculptures related to Hindu and Buddhist religions. The stone carvings narrate mythologies of the Hindu tradition. This island of caves was formerly known as Gharapuruchi Leni. Get your eyes feasted on the mesmerizing views of the elephant caves with your leisure stays at budget hotels in Mumbai.

  • CHATRAPATI SHIVAJI TERMINUS

Formerly known as Victoria Terminus, this world heritage site serves as the headquarters of central railway. This masterpiece of architecture was designed by Frederick William Stevens based on the concept of Victorian Italianate Gothic Revival architecture in 1887. It has a total of 18 platforms and has also been a site for the shooting of various famous films like the Slumdog Millionaire, Jai ho and Ra One. Get acquainted with the style of architecture at this famous heritage site while you get relaxed at best hotels in Mumbai.

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  • DR BHAU DAJI LAD MUMBAI CITY MUSEUM

Designed in the renaissance revival style in 1872 as Victoria and Albert museum, it inhabits more than 3500 objects including photography, maps, textiles, books, manuscripts, weaponry and beautiful pottery reflecting Mumbai’s history. The museum got renovated in 2008 with chandeliers, ornate columns and many more. It also has a cafe and a plaza featuring contemporary music, dance and drama. Get stances of the ancient times of Mumbai with your leisure stays at luxury hotels in Mumbai.

Formerly known as Bombay, Mumbai is a jumble of seven islands on the coastline of Konkan. This city of glamour and hope, it also has some of the mesmerizing locations like the marine beach where one can sit back and relish the cool breeze and rustling waves on the shore. The most iconic tourist location in Mumbai is the gateway of India and the beautiful Taj Mahal Hotel that will surely make you reminisce your vacation. Do visit this land of dreams and get comforted at the best hotel in Mumbai.

THE NOBEL PRIZE LAUREATES OF KOLKATA

Kolkata, a metropolitan city is a hub to museums, planetariums, libraries, cricket grounds, football stadiums and many places of religious interest. As a former capital of India during the British rule, the city brags its exquisite colonial architecture, cultural festivals and art galleries. Kolkata is also titled as the cultural capital of the country. The city boasts its drama theatres that are more famous than the cinema halls. Delve into the city of Kolkata and book your stays at a luxury hotel in Kolkata.

Kolkata nestles in the eastern part of India along the banks of Hooghly River. Also renowned as the city of joy the city is an abode to so-called Bengal renaissance. This city is an ideal place to experience the mild yet complex tang of Bengali cuisine. Initially called as Calcutta; this city has been hometown to several Nobel Prize winners. Kolkata stands out of the crowd with an array of Nobel Prize laureates unfurled below:

  • RABINDRANATH TAGORE

With his endless contribution to Indian literature and art, Rabindranath Tagore was a singer, musician, actor, poet and a modern philosopher. He started writing poems when he was eight and penned many famous poems and song offerings. He won Nobel Prize at the age of 52 for one of his writings named Geetanjli which was outlined as profoundly rich, sensitive, fresh and beautiful verse by the Nobel Foundation. Visit this abode of the great philosopher with your comfortable stays in luxury hotels in Kolkata.

  • MOTHER TERESA

With her unbounded service to humanity wiping away every racial and political barrier, Mother Teresa dedicated her life to the poor and browbeaten children of Bengal. Initially she was a teacher and headmistress at Loreto Convent in Calcutta, but later on, getting touched by the poverty and forlornness of people, she opened her foundation Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta. She received Nobel Prize in the year 1979 for her infinite service to the helpless and needy. Indulge yourself in help and service at this charity foundation with your leisure stays at hotels in Kolkata.

  • SIR C.V. RAMAN

He was an Indian physicist who was awarded Nobel Prize in the year 1930 for his groundbreaking accomplishments in the field of scattering of light and his renowned Raman Effect. The Indian government also awarded him in the year 1954 with the highest civilian award Bharat Ratna. Get your accommodations in the best budget hotels in Kolkata and explore new places for a rich experience of culture and tradition.

  • AMARTYA SEN

An Indian philosopher and economist who made gave his contributions to welfare economics, economic and social justice and well being of citizens in developing countries. He received Nobel memorial prize in economic sciences in 1988 and with Bharat Ratna for his work in welfare economics in 1999. He was also ranked 14th in the list of greatest Bengali of all time in 2004. Visit this abode of the famous Nobel laureate while you visit all the charms of the city and stay at the luxury hotels in Kolkata.

ILLUSTRIOUS CHATTELS OF HYDERABAD

Hyderabad, one of the largest and wealthiest of India’s former princely states  had its riches from the trade of fabric, gold, steel, pearls and the most expensive diamonds. The city is the fourth most populous city of India.

Speaking of Hyderabad, one can think of Charminar, biryani, Mughal monuments and much more. The different monikers of Hyderabad are the city of Nizams, city of pearls, the Indian capital of biryani. Before planning your vacation, do book your stays at the luxury hotels in Hyderabad. Some of the recommended places and things one should surely do in Hyderabad  are:

CHAR MINAR

Derived from the Urdu words, Charminar means four pillars. This historical monument was constructed in 1591 and have a mosque on the top floor. Many famous festivals like Eid-ul-Adha and Eid-ul-Fitr are celebrated here. The Charminar is located on the east bank of the river Musi and is among the brilliant attractions of Hyderabad. To reach the top floor of Charminar, there are 149 stairs.  The structure is made up of limestone, mortar, granite and pulverised marble weighing up to 14000 tonnes. A replica of Charminar is built in Karachi by the Hyderabadi Muslims living in Pakistan in 2007. A Hindu temple dedicated to goddess Lakshmi is located at the base of Charminar managed by Hindu trust. Have a delightful breakfast at luxury hotels in Hyderabad and head to visit this historical monument with your people.

HYDERABADI BIRYANI AND OTHER DELICACIES

This piece of paradise is not only a delight to your taste buds but also to your nose and eyes. Biryani is an authentic dish made up of rice layered with meat, herbs and spices,  made for centuries in Muslim families. From biryani to sheer korma, this place is a food lover heaven. Haleem  made in the month of Ramzan is a unique dish and a trademark of Hyderabad. Looking out for refreshments in the evening, Iranian cafes are best, go and get a taste of Iranian tea and Osmania biscuits. Get your rooms in advance from the best hotel room booking website obaazo.com.

PEARLS AND JEWELLERY

Pearls and Hyderabad go hand in hand. The popularity of the pearls gets credited to the Nizams of Hyderabad. The nizams had a beautiful eye for craftsmanship and a great fondness for pearls and its jewellery and used to gift their begum’s pearl jewellery which they used to add to their collection. When the craftsmen and merchants came to know about the fondness of Nizams, they flocked to the city, and the trade flourished. Some unique designs of Hyderabad called satlada- a seven-stringed necklace and the Paanchlada-the five-layered one often embedded with American diamonds and emeralds to give it a rich look. This place is a paradise for all the shopaholics and people who have a sight for precious gems. Take your refreshments in the evening at luxury hotels in Hyderabad and head out for shopping of the jewels.

GOLCONDA FORT

 Golconda meaning round shaped hill was initially known as Mankal. Kakatiyas first built it on a granite hill surrounded by massive battlements, and Later Qutub shahis expanded the fort. This fort used to have a vault where famous diamonds like Kohinoor were once stored. Golconda had many diamond mines and was the market city for diamond trade. The fort finally fell in 1687. On should pay a visit to this fort and get a glance at the mines while booking your stays at best hotel room booking website obaazo.com.

This hi-tech city has not only been famous for its historical monuments and Hyderabadi biryani but is a prevailing hub to many large IT companies. So be it a business or a leisure trip, avoid the rush and book your stays now on best hotel room booking website obaazo.com.

EXPERIENCE THE LUSCIOUS TASTES OF THE COUNTRY IN NOIDA

Dining out can serve as a regalement for a person as well as a deed for the taste buds. Located close to the capital of the country, Noida is also a hub to a diverse range of cuisines served in countless restaurants. For the people who are new to the city can first get accommodated among the best luxury hotels in Noida and then can head out to treat themselves. Following are the best places where one can visit :

•    HALDIRAM’S

Experience the traditional dining with unique taste and hygiene at Haldiram’s. A person can never regret his decision to this place. For the people who look out for healthful and great food, this place will never let them down. The restaurant serves famous dishes of the various state along with special diets such as vegetarian-friendly, vegan and gluten-free options.

LOCATION: Sector 25A, Spice world mall, ground floor, Noida (201301)

TIMINGS: 10 A.M to 11 P.M

•    BARBEQUE NATION

 For the tikka and kebab lovers, this place welcomes them all. From snacks to desserts, this place is a den for food freaks.  This place offers excellent hospitality and has a cheerful staff. For buffet lovers, this place can get a favourite spot on their list.

LOCATION: Ground floor, Hotel Savoy Suites, 79 A, NOIDA  (201301)

TIMING: 12 P.M to 3 P.M, 6:30 P.M to 11:00 P.M 

•    DESI VIBES

The ambience of the place is desi and specialises in authentic north Indian food. The dishes served at this place includes a wide variety of spices from different parts of the country. This place serves prompt service, and a good appetite is fulfilled here at reasonable prices. The restaurant is easy to reach and near to budget hotels in Noida where one can accommodate for their easeful stay.

 LOCATION: G-50,First floor, Opposite Mcdonald’s, Sec 18,NOIDA(201301)

TIMING:  11:45 A.M to 11:45 P.M

•    THE GREAT KEBAB FACTORY

Looking for romantic dining out with your loved one or tired of going out to eat, the kebab factory located at the rooftop of Radisson Noida is the best choice. The restaurant serves global level cuisine ranging from fish and salads to signature delicious kebabs like galouti and shami kebabs. The place offers a buffet, ala carte menu and the beverage menu includes everything required for a cocktail party to the people having the taste to fine wines and champagne.

LOCATION: Rooftop, Radisson Noida

TIMING: 12 P.M to 3 P.M, 7 P.M to 11:30 P.M

•    PIRATES OF GRILL

If you are a buffet person, pirates of grill is a place for you. A wide range of veg and non-veg dish dishes in starters and main course are mouthwatering. People out on travel would never miss the taste of their place after visiting this restaurant. Desserts are delicious and never to miss out things. One can also book the venue for having their party.

LOCATION: C-417,3rd floor, DLF Mall of Noida (201301)

TIMING: 12:00 P.M to 4:00 P.M, 6:30 P.M to 11:00 P.M

•    WALK IN THE WOODS

Lushy green ambience with aquariums and animal carvings gives a total experience of the tropical forests amidst the city. This multicuisine restaurant is a must visit with kids. The appetising starters are irresistible, but one needs to need to save space for mains and desserts. For the people looking out for a place to all these mindblowing dine-outs at a small distance can book their stay at good budget hotels in Noida.

 LOCATION: 3rd floor, DLF Mall of Noida, Sector 18, Noida (201301)

 TIMING: 12:00 P.M to 11:00 P.M

Enjoy your tour with the taste from different states of the country and book your stay among the best luxury and in a budget hotel in Noida through obaazo.com.

Top 10 Couple Friendly Destinations in INDIA

Where is the happy time to go, then where to go? This is a difficult question for any couple. In which he keeps thinking that the most interesting place for honeymoon is where to spend memorable moments with your partner. There are so many beautiful attractions in India, some of which we are discussing. Where You Can Make Your Honeymoon Always Remember Moment

Srinagar

Srinagar has always been witness to lovers’ matches, only if there is any pair, his first choice is Srinagar, where he wants to start a beautiful philosophy of his life. So let’s make honeymoon a memorable one in Srinagar’s delightful arguments.Where you can see very attractive sights, you can also enjoy learning. This love-lynn is a favorite place for couples. This city is famous all over the world for beautiful rivers like Nugin and Dul. Nishat Bagh, Shalimar Bagh, Bhabanal Bagh, Chashma Shahi and Pari Mahal are quite famous here.

Goa

If honey is called honeymoon destination then there will be no wrong. Goa is the lover’s first choice of couples, where they enjoy their love with the waves of the ocean also. So, let’s go this honeymoon out of Goa. Far calm sea, coconut and palm trees, sand on the beach, there is enough to impress your mind. One of the common things in these fictional scenes is “Beach” Destination. This is because we want to spend some leisure time with ourselves and our family in this crowded life. So would you also like to give your honeymoon a hot temper between Goa?

Shimla

If you also want to give your honeymoon a beautiful exciting temper, then take a tour of Shimla. Shimla is famous for its beautiful natural beauty and it attracts couples also for long moonlight for its moonlight. The winter season in Shimla is called the ‘Long Moon Nights’, which means a long moonlit nights. Here, the green hills, the uninfected waterfalls, the calm lakes, the high peaks tie the salonians in their temptation that they do not feel like going away from them. So let’s take a tour of these Haseen Ladies.

Manali

Manali is very green and surrounded by mountains. The clean air here is about to remove all your fatigue. Here you can enjoy paragliding, biking, rafting. If you have not gone here a single time, it is necessary to make one round of this here. If you have gone, then the list is long, look at other places. You can visit this place in your honeymoon. The pleasant ones here will put four moons in your honeymoon. Here you can enjoy the snow-covered peaks, the dense river flowing past yesterday, high tall trees, cold winds, natural savory scenes etc.. Manali is known for its beautiful scenery, gardens, mountains, and apple gardens among tourists. The Solong Valley of Manali is 300 meters high, where winter skiing festival is organized every winter in winter. At the same time, Rohtang is a hilly picnic spot known as the Jeepwell road. By coming here, tourists can do a variety of adventure activities such as paragliding, bike biking, and skiing.


Nainital

Nainital is also known as the city of lakes. You can come here and make a strong relationship with your partner in Nainital’s colorful pleasures. Nainital is known as the paradise of tourists due to its beautiful landscapes and tranquil surroundings. Tourists can visit Picnic on Sunder ‘Kilbury’, located about 10 km from Nainital. A jungle full of lush oak, pine, and rhododendrons make it a perfect picnic spot for the rest of nature. ‘Lands End’ is the perfect place to enjoy the scenes of hypnotic scenes of ‘Khurpattal’ lake. It gives an opportunity to see the scenic scenes of the green and green valley surrounding Nainital.

Ooty

Away from your chaotic city life, this resort proffers a hypnotic view of the Ooty valley and the Blue Mountains. Encompassing a stretch forests full of eucalyptus and pine trees, Ooty is a romantic getaway, to which the charming surroundings of the honeymooners.

Popularly known for its exquisite coffee and tea plantations and also being bestowed with a pleasant climate throughout the year, this place is a delightful escape for romantic couples.

The trip up to the magnificent vistas of Ooty is covered in a miniature train. It is a highly romantic experience, in the midst of a stunning scenery.

Radhanagar Beach, Andaman

There is something so seductive about silence, you can even hear the sound of the breath and that of the heart pounding, may be and it is indeed the most beautiful feeling. To look for such perfect silence one can wander in Andaman Islands and find this breathtaking beach called Radhanagar. Crowned as ‘Asia’s best beach’ and “7th best beach in the world” by Time Magazine, Radhanagar is situated on Havelock Island is certainly a must-see for beach lovers as well. The beach has soft white sand to take a stroll on and the prettiest blue water and fringement of palm trees as feast for eyes. Don’t worry about it being crowded, even though the beach is popular, you would find it comparatively empty.

Horsley Hills, Andhra Pradesh

This is heaven. If you have to see the view of Hills, then definitely be here. If you are fed up with your running life, you will be comfortable to come here. Here you will find places like Mangge, Gulmohar, Blue Gulmohar and Eucalyptus trees. If you prefer spending time with nature then this place is the best place for you. Here you can also enjoy goring, replaying, tracking.

Starlet

If you are very busy, but prefer adventure, then only 546 kilometers away from Mumbai, Tararkali can be the best destination for you. Here you can do scuba diving. Beautiful seaside and romantic houseboats will look great to you. The seafood is also very special here. This entire area is very historical, so with the adventures you will also get the chance to know history.

Dalhousie

Dalhousie comes to the country’s Famous Tourist Destination. Especially in the winter season it has no answer. If there is snowfall, there is no better place than Dalhousie, in winter even when the snow goes on trees. The perfect place for your honeymoon.

How to Save Money for Travel…

Often, when we make plans to roam, then we all go ahead by planning all of them, but still extra money or more is spent. And now anyway, summer holidays are going to start soon, and you are planning to go somewhere, but to save the wandering expenses, you just have to read this article and then believe you are your next trip. But good luck can save. Many times the expense of holidays is out of the budget but there are some ways through which you can reduce your travel budget. No preparation is needed for them, but you only need to take care of certain things. In these ways you can deploy your vacation cheaply.

Start a dedicated travel fund

Create a new account with your bank called “I’m Outta Here” and feed it monthly, weekly, or daily. Make it easy to transfer money over from another account and every time you go online to check your balance, transfer some money, even if it’s just Rs500. Make it fun. Make it a habit. Make it natural. Make it painless. Revel in its growth.

Create an automatic saving account

There are many such savings accounts or savings plans where your salary is deducted by yourself and yourself a few bucks every month. You will have to fix that amount for every month by choosing that savings account.

See the growth of savings

When you have started saving now So save money as well as see its growth. That is, take into account the amount of extra income you get in any account where you have your money or anywhere else you have invested your money.

Sell your unwanted belongings

If you’ve finished University, then you’re no doubt surrounded by textbooks you no longer need (thank goodness!). Consider selling them online via websites such as eBay or trade them in for cash with mobile applications such as Music Magpie.

If you’re planning on travelling long term, consider doing the same with many of the physical possessions that you don’t plan on travelling with. Not only will this save you on storage fees (or on mum and dad complaining that all your junk is filling up the spare room) it will provide you with a vast amount of mental freedom, and some much-needed cash.

Record your expenses

The first way to save money is to first find out how much you spend. Track every expense of the smallest Whether it is a news paper bill or 10 rupees spent in buying snacks. Once you have made a record of all the expenses, you will not have to work harder to build it next month and everything will be in your cognition. By setting a weekly spending limit, you can easily keep track of your spending.

Make budget

Once you know how much you spend in the month, then after that you can make a budget according to that record. After creating the budget, you can control the expenses incurred more than the normal expenses and limits.

Plan to save money

Now that your budget is ready So you should start with a category of savings. Try saving 10 to 15 percent of your income. If your expenses are too high then you can not save. To get rid of these expenses, you have to cut a little bit of unused things like entertainment and food items.

Select a Budget Hotel

If you are planning to go to a place, then the choice of hotel is the most important. Try to pick up your hotel in the place where you have to wander around. Doing this will save you from the extra expenses of coming and also save your time too. Apart from this, pay attention to some more essentials in the hotel. Book a hotel that includes breakfast for free Wi-Fi and hotel rentals. Apart from this, many hotels offer free pick-up and drop-free access to the free laundry and airport. Keeping these things in mind, booking the hotel only.

Go off-season to spend the holidays

Spending holidays in off season will not only give your pocket peace, but will also relax your mind because most of the hotels in the off-season remain empty. In this way you can easily find cheap hotels. Like the monsoon season is off season in Goa, you can also get a sewing hotel of Rs 500. In addition, in the off-season flight tickets get half the price compared to the peak season. You will not have to face the crowd in off-season.

Make Overnight Journey

If you want to go to some place, travel by train or flight at night, by doing this, you will be able to get rid of the problem of lodging the hotel for staying at night and will save money and you will be able to roam well during the day. Make a booking in a late-night train or a sleeper bus. Going along with booking will also save more if you make the booking at night.

Use Local Traffic

It is better to crawl in a city than to have a map with you and use local transport ie bus or metro etc. This will save you in the cost of your cab or auto.

Wait for cheap air tickets

Each airline company announces cheap tickets once or twice a year. If you have chosen the destination then wait for the airline’s announcement. Make a booking as soon as cheap ticket sales start, because the airline companies have a limited number of inexpensive tickets.

Eat good, spend less

When you are travelling, it’s better if you avoid having your regular favourites. Stuff like butter chicken and kadhai paneer are available everywhere. Choose to eat the local cuisine. Don’t go to the restaurant, ask the locals for advice, and then head to the local joints and dhabas. This way, you will be able to eat plenty of delicious food, and that too by not spending a lot on it.

The most overlooked site in India

Best places to visit in India – Who does not want to roam around.

Everyone wants to relax away from a runaway life and relax for a few moments. Often we hear people say that this time we will go to Singapore to travel, or go to Thailand. But today we will tell you about such a tourist place of incredible India, after knowing who you will definitely not think of Thailand or Singapore life. Today we will tell you about the place in India where everyone has a dream of walking.

Let us know the best places to stay in India

  • Amarkantak

Amarkantak is in Shahdol district of Madhya Pradesh. Narmada river is one of the 7 main rivers of India in Amarkantak itself. Amarkantak is the best tourist destination in terms of tourism in India. Every year millions of tourists visit Amarkantak. There are also many ranges here. Vindhya and Satpura ranges have many secrets in their own right. This tourist spot has got the status of India’s most spectacular tourist destination.

  • Andaman-Nicobar

It is considered as the most beautiful tourist destination in India, with the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean adjacent to the Indian Ocean. Blue colored sea tourism mesmerize. The beauty of the Andaman is beautiful. Andaman is surrounded by more than 300 islands and islands. The sea-colored sand and coconut trees make the tourists very comfortable. Once the tourists come here they can not live without praising this place.

  • Siju

very few people may have heard about Siju located in Meghalaya. Regardless of where you are new to this place, this place is quite well known for tourists and is one of the best-loved places. Siju is also known for its mysterious caves and swinging bridges. This bridge made of wood and ropes above the very deep trench is very tempting to tourists, and every year tourists in Suji reach a considerable amount of time.

  • Desert of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is considered to be the favorite city of tourists. There is a lot to visit in Rajasthan for tourists. The desert of Rajasthan is the most attractive tourist attraction. Apart from this, there are many lakes and forts in Rajasthan. It is said that the Saraswati river flowed from the middle of Rajasthan and along with this river lived the oldest civilization of the world. Today efforts are still being made to find the Saraswati river. If you went to Rajasthan and did not go to Jaisalmer, Barmer, then understand that you did not go to Rajasthan. Barmer may be small but it is made only after its beauty. Jaisalmer is also known as Golden City. Jaisalmer’s many palaces and forts are quite famous.

  • Jammu and Kashmir

There is no such tension between India and Pakistan for such years for Kashmir. Kashmir is very beautiful and one of India’s best tourist destinations. Kashmir is also called the queen of all the pilgrimage sites. There are pilgrimages like Amarnath in Kashmir, a cave of Vaishno Devi, and there are snow-covered hills, beautiful lakes. According to a report, Srinagar is considered to be the best and the best city for honeymoon. The house boats and the snow-covered mountains are the specialty of this mountain and the hills flowing through the hills make beautiful flowers here. The floating house in the world’s most beautiful dal lake will delight your mind. At the same time, the beauty of the lake of Nagin and the river will leave you with your craving.

  • Hisar

Hisar is one of the beautiful cities of Haryana . which is famous for its ruins. Visitors can come and see the ruins, which will take you to Maratha rule. Apart from this, tourists can also see Agraah Dham, Barsi Gate, Firoz Shah Mughal Palace etc. in Hisar. You can listen to the folklore about these ruins from the local people here

  • Kapurthala

Kapurthala is also called ‘City of palaces and orchards’, which was named after the name of Rana Kapoor, who was descended from the Rajput house of Jaisalmer (Rajasthan) and they established this place only. With a rich history and vibrant culture this city definitely attracts the attention of any traveler. A diverse range of attractions of Kapurthala is a kaleidoscope of housing, history and culture. From the Panch Mandir, Kanjali Jhal and Jagjit Palace (one of the most extraordinary architectural wonders of the region) to Gurudwara Ber Sahib and Pushpa Gujral Science City, there are many places for tourists to visit this beautiful city.

  • Chaukori

In the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand, the 2010 m from the sea level The Chaukori situated above is a beautiful hill station. Located near the western Himalayas mountain range, this place is surrounded by Tibet in the north and lowland in the south. This wonderful place is covered with forests of pine, barge, and rhododendron. The attractive fields of maize and fruit garden enhance the beauty of this place. There are several historical temples in Chaukori. Nagamandir is a major pilgrimage center in Berinag village. It is believed that this Nagamandir was built by the Nagaveni King Benimadha. The passengers coming here are 1350 meters from the sea. You can also see the panels located at Bhubaneswar. This temple dedicated to Lord Shiva can be reached through a tunnel cave.

  • Panipat

Panipat is a famous tourist destination in Haryana. There were three historic battles that changed the history of India. It is the city and countless monuments having great historical and cultural interests in the district located in this name. Panipat is also mentioned in the first verse of the Bhagavad Gita, where it is called ‘Dharmakshtra’. There are many monuments, buildings, and museums in Panipat. Panipat Museum has contemporary art and craft objects and the history of this region has been shown interestingly. You can see an ancient fort, an ancient fort here, which has become the ruins of most of the ruins.

So if you are planning to go somewhere to roam it is the best places to travel in India – cut off the tickets of these places because if you do not enjoy these places then you will be deprived of touring India’s most beautiful tourist destination. went. Apart from these, there are many places to visit in India. But we have told you about the best tourist destination of India, where after going, your mind will not come back.

How travelling can help you Fight Depression

  • What is Depression???

Sometimes it is a common thing to feel low in life. But when these feelings persist for a long time and you do not leave it, it can be depression or depression. In such a way, life seems to be quite monotonous and empty-free. In such a situation, neither friends feel good or feel any other work. Life seems to be hopeless and positive things seem to be negative too. If this happens to you then do not need to panic. It is necessary to understand the symptoms and causes of depression and then to treat it.

All of us continue to have fluctuations in life. Even if we get great success, we get very happy and sometimes the person becomes miserable. Many times people give the name of depression to the slightest grief, which is absolutely wrong. Depression is very different from normal sadness. Let’s understand its definition:

According to MediLexicon’s Medical Dictionary, depression is “a mental state or chronic mental disorder characterized by feelings of sadness, loneliness, despair, low self-esteem, and self-reproach; accompanying signs include psychomotor retardation (or less frequently agitation), withdrawal from social contact, and vegetative states such as loss of appetite and insomnia.”

Depression has increased very fast in today’s youth. Especially in India, a report has shown that about 6.5% of the population of India is suffering from it. To avoid this, along with the advice of doctors, walking and traveling can also help with your depression

Walking or traveling is not a treatment for depression but it helps you to overcome the depression. One survey has shown that India is one of the countries with the most suffering from depression. About 6.5% of India’s population is suffering from it. Here we are telling you how travel or walking could help you in fighting the depression.

  1. Learn the cause of depression

If you want to resolve the depression, try to know the reason for the depression. After this, you can write it down. Think again what is the solution to this problem? If possible, start acting as soon as possible.

  • You meet new people

The direct relationship of loneliness is from depression. The more you remain alone, the more you will go near the depression. When you travel or go to roam, you meet new people. From cab driver to hotel staff, you meet many people. All of these have many new stories. You are far away from your depression by listening to their stories and experiences.

  • Opportunity to meet Nature

Studies have shown that there is a direct relationship between human depression and nature. It is believed that going to the human brain and mind like nature – forests, banks along the banks of the river and the mountains, gives peace. As soon as you go to nature, the depression starts automatically from you. Therefore, the more you go to nature, the more depression you will get away from.

  • Work hard and be happy

Do something different from your daily routine. Walk around on vacations and make physical efforts like trekking there. Physical hard work leads to endorphin hormones, which are directly related to depression. So go on the journey and do everything from climbing to rafting. Let the body tire and be happy

  • Travel more and sleep comfortably

The first symptom of depression is insomnia. By traveling you away from your daily routine (mobile, laptop) and do something new. You run away by catching a bus or train and then tired of roaming around the whole day. By the end of the day you get tired and go to sleep. You do not need any medicines for this.

  • Learn new things about the world

Once you get out on a trip, you get out of your periphery or region (where you spend too much time). You go to the place where you have not gone before. It lets you know about the place, the residents of that place, and things that you did not know before. Sitting on a beach and watching the sun go down is their own fun.

  • Planning Your Itinerary Keeps the Mind in Focus

Planning or making holiday arrangements may not even be your thing. However, when you realize that whatever you are planning is something that defines personal freedom, your brain will get into an active mode and start thinking straight. It is delightful to exercise personal freedom in a different location doing everything as intended.

  • Travelling Is An Opportunity Window

Travelling allows us to put some thoughts into perspective and make an assessment based on new findings. A new environment helps in seeing the world with a different set of eyes this helping you overcome depression.

  • Travelling Welcomes You To New Possibilities

It is well known that a person undergoing the depressive phase has little self-worth left leading them to think that they cannot succeed in reaching their goals. Travelling is capable of educating in ways that you have never seen and giving you a mindset that there are alternative ways of approaching the same problem.

  • CONCLUSION

Most clinics will recommend self-care as one way of treating depression alongside being active. When it comes to activity, let it be something you enjoy like traveling in which you indulge without forgetting to get enough sleep.

Travelling may not give a quick fix to all problems. However, it is the little things that you do before, during, and after a vacation is what counts. Travelling gives hope to you so that from its experiences and interactions, you get an opportunity to look upwards.

Travelling is one of the most effective ways to fight depression. Our advice to you is to travel more, set your mind free, and let loose.

Mukesh has been closely studying the travel industry trends from quite some time. Intrigued by the booming growth of this sector, she takes interest in penning down his views providing quality insight on current travel trends.