Showing posts with label darjeeling. Show all posts
Showing posts with label darjeeling. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Ever Enchanting Soul of Kurseong Toy Train Station

Within the serenity of Kurseong if one wish to witness the history of Darjeeling district and its sub division then without any hesitation one must go to the site of Toy Train Station which is perfectly perched within the glides of main town.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Sprawling Samarsa Garden of Gangtok

Regency of Himalayan hospitality has always been true to their culture and to their natural phenomenon. Since the beauty of hill station where both flora and fauna comes to enhance their fruitful existence is something a real delirium for tourist.

Splendid environment of St. Marys hill Kurseong

Serene Ambiance of Kurseong where nature speaks it all for you has all the gestures and treasures to make your journey memorable. As the bends of hill where at every corner you have possibilities and bounty of nature which calls for a gentle measure and strict optimisation of an opportunity offered to you by time.

Splendid Beauty of Eagle Craig, Kurseong

Gentle breeze that accumulates the beauty of Eagle Craig of Kurseong is one of the most splendid places of interest around the wonderful town of Darjeeling district.

The Most Enjoyable Trip to Darjeeling and Sikkim

For the people living in plain areas in West Bengal, the most visited destinations during the holidays are Digha, Puri and Darjeeling. But this time was different as we had planned to go for a tour to Darjeeling and Sikkim.

Monday, March 3, 2014

Darjeeling Toy Train, the Journey from Plains to the Picturesque Hills

Toy Train  also known by the name Darjeeling Himalayan Railway is one of the most important tourism attraction of the Darjeeling hill stations. It provides a lifetime experience to its travelers as provides wonderful opportunity to witness the breathtaking Himalayas with scenic views along the route. 

Thursday, December 5, 2013


The Nagarjuna Sagar Dam is situated on the borders of Nalgonda and Guntur districts and is about 150 kms away from Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh) that is on the bank of Krishna River. The dam is a savior to the irrigating farmers of Nalgonda, Guntur, Prakasam and Khammam,