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Indian Village (Indian Holiday)
The best life that a person can live is in a village. The roots of Indian culture originates from these villages. At present millions of Indians living in cities or abroad shall have deep memories of their childhood spent at these villages.
Enjoy the village day time amongst the green lush fields, the chirping of birds to the sky full of stars in the night. Observe the composition which is created with traditional outfits which include the whites for males with colourful turbans while the females are dressed up in vibrant color attires with elegance. Get engrossed in the village simplicity, enjoy the hospitality and bring back the innocence from your Indian Holidays.
Crawford Market (Indian Holiday)
Housed in a building that looks like something out of Victorian London with a local flavour is what we call Crawford Market. There are petite wholesale shops selling fruits, vegetables, poultry and pets. Most of the sellers inside the market also sell imported items such as cosmetics, household and gift items.
Imagine how the hustle-bustle at this market would have been in the British era with the suits, hats, cigars and horse carriages, and gradually switch over to the present day. Talk to the locals around, the sellers, the buyers to understand the Mumbai life adding spice to your Indian Holidays.
Varanasi (Indian Holiday)
Varanasi, one of the world's oldest civilised cities from the vedic era is also known as the spiritual capital of India. The city houses multiple religious structures and architectural beauty from different parts of India.
A walk along the ghats is one of the most fascinating and spiritual experience. Try and see as many big or small temples, enjoy the voice of the multiples bells ringing, the voice of the flowing Ganges, the spectacular visual treat it offers during artis, aromas of dhupp and carry along the spiritual experience from your Indian Holidays.
If you want to learn about India, be at Varanasi Ghat.
Udvada (Indian Holiday)
Udvada is a town in Gujarat. It is renowned for its Zoroastrian Atash Behram, a place of worship which is the sacred & oldest continuously burning fire temple in the world. Parsi bungalows in Udvada are Indianized version of British architecture. Typical Parsi houses have high ceiling, sloped roofs with ornamental skirting and double porches(otlas), with inside wooden works furnishings.
When you visit Udvada, observe their fine architecture, the unique lifestyle of Parsi’s and tinkle your taste buds with the delicious Parsi food. Humble & helpful nature has helped them create their own niche in the society. Thereby create your unique taste of art & architecture from your Indian Holidays.
Qila Mubarak (Indian Holiday)
Qila Mubarak, also known as 'fort of triumph', is a symbol of history and culture of the Sikhs. Initially built as a mud-fort, Qila Mubarak was later built with bricks. The fort once housed the palace of the royal family of Patiala. The unique architectural feature inside the fort buildings reflects a blend of Rajasthani, Pahari and Mughal cultures.
When you visit Qila Mubarak, ask for the history, sit amongst the inspiring architecture and try to revisit the era when the royals ruled. Feel the royal lifestyle, their love for art, music and their people. Hence create a memorable experience to carry back from your Indian Holidays.