Prem Mandir (The Temple of Divine Love) Vrindavan – the Example of Fine Architecture in India

India is home to a great number of Hindu temples. These temples are very famous for their charm and architecture. Having holiness, both the ancient and modern Hindu temples of India are also counted among the renowned points of tourist interest in India. Prem Mandir Vrindavan is the main one of them. For providing the people the chance of paying a visit to any of these temples, India Tour Packages with Great Offersare specially designed by sharpholidays, one of the leading tour and travel operators of India as well as the world.
Prem Mandir Vrindavan
Mainly dedicated to Shri Radha Govind (Radha Krishna) and Shri Sita Ram, Prem Mandir, which is maintained by Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat, an international nonprofit, spiritual, educational and charitable trust, is situated at the holy town of Vrindavan in the Mathura district in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

In the presence of thousands of devotees, Kripalu Maharaj laid the foundation stone of this temple on the 14th of January …

Top 10 Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks in India

Are you a wildlife lover and looking for amazing wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in India for paying a visit during the tour of this country? If so, we are here to provide you information about them. You must know this fact that approx 5% part of the total surface area of the entire country, which measures approx 60,500sq miles (1,56,700sq km), is covered by the protected regions of this country. At present, India has more than 120 national parks and more than 500 wildlife sanctuaries. Best Wildlife Tours in India are perfect for having the chance of the exploration of any of these national parks and wildlife sanctuaries.
Top 10 Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks in India
The list of the top 10 wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in India is following:
1. Ranthambore National Park

Located between the confluence of the Chambal and Banas rivers in the Sawai Madhopur district in the northwestern Indian state of Rajasthan, the Ranthambore National Park, which is counted am…

Celebrate this valentine day with a chocolaty smile

Someone among us has said that – “Love has no boundaries and it can happen without knocking your door”. Love is like a feeling, a smile that comes automatically after seeing someone whom you love, a sacrifice of everything and many more. The month of February has come, when the most awaited festival called “Valentine Day” is on the way. The festival is very famous not only in India, but also in all over the world. Lovers wait for whole year to welcome this much-awaited day, when they plan special for their beloved. The festival is celebrated for 7 days and each day brings new color, lots of happiness and most importantly abundance of love. Here I have suggested you the importance of these 7 days –
1. Rose Day

The romantic festival begins with Rose Day and lovers celebrate this day by exchanging a rose to their beloved. The first day of this beautiful week brings lots of enthusiasm and spirit among lovers who gives roses to their special one. Try to take out your beloved for a surprise d…

Top 10 Places in India to Celebrate the Festival of Holi 2016

The festival of colors is going to be held in March and the whole country is waiting to paint themselves in red, yellow, green and purple. As the Holi excitement increases, we let you know about some destinations where you can celebrate the festival of Holi 2016 in unique ways.
1.Holi - Mumbai, Maharashtra

The city of Bollywood or movies! The city celebrates all festival with enthusiasm and prepares weeks before to celebrate the holy. Day before Holi, Shimga is celebrated to burn all evils. People play with colors and welcome the spring season. People in a very festive mood exchanges sweets and greets each other.
2.Holi - Braj Barsana, Uttar Pradesh

If want to see traditional Holi then visit Braj Barsana in Uttar Pradesh where they celebrate the ‘lathmaar Holi’. In this Holi, the women of Barsana beat up’ the men from the adjacent Nandgaon. Braj Barsana is considered as a birthplace of Lord Krishna’s consort Radha, and has a temple dedicated to her. The whole ‘colorful battle’ consist …

Apple Season in Full Bloom in Kullu-Manali

During the 1st quarter of the year, Kullu-Manali enjoys full bloom of apples. During the apple season, the apple growers are engaged with their crop of apples, waited for the year. During the farming, the process of plucking, grading, packing ultimately taking apples to the wholesale market of apple is performed. With the hope of obtaining an excellent price, some of the growers refer the apples to Delhi for selling. While some get satisfaction by selling them in the wholesale markets of the same locality.
Watch the Apple Orchards in Full Bloom in Kullu Manali

During the spring, when the roads are lined with the trees of apple and cherry in full bloom, Kullu-Manali is a must visit for you if you don’t love enjoying snow. While visiting the orchards of red apples and praising the bounty of nature, you can also get red apples, plums and several other fruits, that you can either relish on the spot or carry with you for the rest of your tour.
Apple Orchards in Himachal Pradesh Naggar Kullu…

Best Adventure Activities in Shimla

Offering some of the most challenging and thrilling mountaineering chances in the globe, Shimla, which is the area abundant in several valleys and peaks, densely populated pine trees, green alpine meadows, trekking region, rivers, mountaineering choices and several more adventure sports, is the best spot for those who love adventure sports and adventures. Mountaineering Institute of Himachal Pradesh organizes these events. Here are some of the popular adventure activities in Shimla.
Horse Riding

The best way to feel the joy of life is horse riding, which can be best experienced on the Mall Road, Shimla. Several horse vendors in Shimla offer well-maintained and well-cleaned horses for horse riding.
Ice- Skating

Shimla is the part of the world, which has the largest open-air region with frozen ice for ice skating during winters. Shimla Ice-Skating Club, which has already celebrated its Diamond Jubilee, coordinates to perform this sport, which normally lasts from early December to Februar…

Festivals in Kullu Manali

Winter Carnival

Organized on ‘Manu Kala Kendra’ in Manali, the gay festival ‘Winter Carnival’, which has been declared as a state level festival, is the most awaited events in the Kullu Valley. The success of winter carnival is marked with the massive partaking by cultural groups and the students from several colleges of India.
The duration of second and third weeks of January in Manali, when the five day long festival is organized, is a feast for the visitors. During this occasion, the artists get the chances to prove themselves and the performers try to provide their level best and display their excellence. Competitions organized comprise Indian classical music (instrumental and vocal), folk dances, folk songs, group dance, classical dances, fancy dress, group songs, film dances, film songs, street plays and one act plays. The Winter Queen Contest and the Man’s personality contest are the most awaited competitions.
On the first day of the festival, several cultural groups present ‘T…