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Shopping in Puducherry
Shopping in Puducherry Shopping in Pondicherry is a true delight since it is an octroi-free destination. Naturally the prices are quite rather cheap whatever you buy here. Pondicherry does not have any local heritage of handicrafts. Now a days Aurobindo Ashram factory in Pondicherry produces many articles, like: candles, incense sticks, paper etc, which have become as much as local specialties. These are quite popular with the tourists and make for good shopping in Pondicherry. In Pondicherry leather is manufactured in the old fashioned way with unusual attention to detail. While shopping in Pondicherry, you may look for: Pottery, Leather products, Handmade paper, Jams and pickles.
 
Foods of Puducherry
Foods of Puducherry Pondicherry is known for its food. Naturally. The French have an ancient culinary tradition that married with local cuisines to create what one writer calls a "mosaic of culinary integration". Pondicherry is the one place in India where one can buy bona fide French baguettes, brioches and pastries. Those apart, local restaurants specialise in good French food that is served up along side Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Bengali, Gujarati and Punjabi cuisines. Among the authentic Pondicherry preparations, Assad and Podanlangkai are worth trying. The Franco-Indian dishes come with mouthwatering French sauces, turmeric, dark mustard seeds and the rich flavor of curry leaves. Crab Malabar is a delicious Malabar preparation o...
 
Trekking in West Bengal
Trekking in West Bengal West Bengal trekking routes are scattered all over the state. The tourists have the option of engaging in trekking on the Himalayan Mountains or over the beach. The state of West Bengal is bordered on the north and the south by hills and beaches that facilitate trekking in West Bengal. There are many trekking destinations in the state of West Bengal. The districts of Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri and Cooch Behar are famous for trekking routes. Trekking in the Dooars will take the tourists through the forest region of West Bengal. The region is watered by the River Teesta and is home to animals like the rhinoceros. The tourists may trek through the Totopara, which is the hamlet of the Toto tribes. The district of Darje...
 
River Rafting in West Bengal
River Rafting in West Bengal The shivering icy cold waters of the craggy Teesta offers the challenge of river rafting in West Bengal. Graded on the International scale at Grade IV, a series of thrilling rapids together make this stretch of Teesta one of the finest in the world. The tumultuous water of Teesta with its unpredictable twists and turns is highly regarded even by experienced rafters of the world. The river banks are densely wooded with a variety of flora and fauna, thus offering nature's beauty in its best. Teesta River offers rafting expedition on its banks. However, the beginners can step in the waters only under trained professionals and those who can’t swim may not be allowed on certain stretches of the river. Among the long ...
 
Culture and Art of West Bengal
Culture and Art of West Bengal Since olden days, West Bengal has contributed a lot in the field of art and culture. The state has given birth to several modern movements in literature, painting, sculpture, national politics, theatre and cinemas as well as science and technology. Kolkata, the state capital and also one of the four major cities of India, is regarded as the cultural capital of India. The city has a played a prominent role in the fields of literature, art, theatre and films. Dance and music are essential parts of Bengali people. Folk music forms of Bengal are also famous, the Baul tradition is a unique heritage of the state’s folk music. Other folk music forms are Gombhira and Bhawaiya. West Bengal is renowned for its excellent arts ...
 
Foods of West Bengal
Foods of West Bengal From time immemorial the people of Bengal like delicious food. In fact, their fondness for good and delectable food is legendary. Bengali food consists of a lot of fish, lentils and rice. Breakfast could be milk and rice flakes eaten with 'gur’ or 'luchi' (fluffy wheat pancake) with 'alu dum' (potato mish-mash). Lunch and dinner are elaborate affairs. The first course is rice and 'daal' (lentil curry) with vegetables, pickled mangos and fresh salad. It is followed by rice and meat and yet another course of rice and fish. Great fish eaters, the true blue Bengali is the one who can crunch fish bones without letting them stick in the throat! The 'hilsa’ fish is a speciality when cooked in mustard sauce. Bengalis ...
 
Durga Puja in West Bengal
Durga Puja in West Bengal West Bengal is a land where numerous fairs and festivals are celebrated throughout the year. Most of the festivals are religious, while some are also related to a particular region. Among the various Hindu festivals, Durga Puja of Kolkata is famous all over the country. The Bengali version of Dussehra, Durga Puja/ Durga Pujo is, as the name suggests, dedicated to the worship of West Bengal's most beloved deity- the Goddess Durga, the embodiment of all feminine virtues representing power and unity. Durga Puja is the time to worship ‘Shakti’ or divine power. As per the Hindu calendar, Durga Puja is celebrated on the 9th day of the Ashvin month which occurs in the autumn months around September/ October. The Benga...
 
Trekking in Maharashtra
Trekking in Maharashtra The lush landscape of the Sahyadris is ideal for trekking in Maharashtra. Popular trekking spots include Panchgani, Mount Kalusbai in Bhandardara which is a few kilometres away from Nashik and Waki woods near Nagpur. Khadki Point in Toranmal makes a good trekking area providing you a picturesque view of the valleys below. You can also trek to Matheran from Panvel or Neral. Other trekking routes include- Mahabaleshwar- Zolai Khind- Dudhgaon- Chaturbet- Ghonaspur- Makarandgad- Hatlot- Pratapgad and Kamshet- Bedsa Caves- Bedsa Gill- Visapur Fort- Lohagad Fort- Bhaja Caves- Karla Caves. The treks are easy and perfect for beginners and seasoned trekkers. Carry good trekking shoes, sun tan lotion, light cotton clothing ...
 
Parasailing in Maharashtra
Parasailing in Maharashtra Well known destinations for Para-sailing are Matheran, Singhdad, Deolali, Panchgani, Mahabaleshwar and Kamshet. It is also done mostly in the Western Ghat range. Para-sailing is done with the help of a motor vehicle whether on land here. You are advised to wear comfortable clothes like a t-shirt and jeans along with a pair of comfortable shoes for a good experience. The necessary equipments like life jackets, wind socks, helmets and wind meters will be provided by the Para-sailing schools or centres. One should avoid Para-sailing during the monsoons and go for it on a clear sunny day.
 
Shopping in Maharashtra
Shopping in Maharashtra Shopping in Maharashtra is a different experience altogether for the tourists. The state features a diverse culture and the lifestyle of the state boasts a lot of variety as well. Maharashtra is the ideal place for shopping for the domestic and international travelers. Since Maharashtra is the third biggest state in India, the shopaholics find this as their heaven as every region and every district of this state has its unique specialty of products and commodities. Maharashtra comes up with a range of shopping options for the tourists. Shopping is always an enjoyable experience in the state. The city of Pune is famous for jewelry, pearl nose rings, Maharashtrian traditional wear, nine-yard sarees, and necklaces. Th...