Now Red Fort is under UNESCO's world heritage site list
Deepak Kumar Mohanty, Thu, 28 Jun 2007
The Red Fort of Delhi also known as Lal Quila is one of the marvelous architectural examples of Mughal dynasty has been included in UNESCO?s list of World Heritage Site. It is now among the 26 Indian sites that are under this heritage list and will
In the magical mists of Dehradun
Pallavi Sharma, Wed, 13 Jun 2007
Dehradun, a fabulous city wrapped in mythological and mystic tales, is situated in the foothills of Shivaliks. This city is no less a prized catch for the tourists than Haridwar, Rishikesh and Mussoorie. Tourist places in ...
Mahabalipuram: The Stone Divine
Pallavi Sharma, Tue, 29 May 2007
Mahabalipuram, founded by the famous Pallavan king Narsimhanvarman on the western limits of Bay of Bengal can not be described in better words than â€œthe stone cityâ€?. It is more
Vijayaâ€™s exhibition The Eternal Journey has attracted media and intellectuals.
Noor En Ahmed, Fri, 20 Apr 2007
In an arts exhibition at India Habitat Centre, Vijaya startled the audience and art lovers with her fabulous works. The exhibition, called The Eternal Journey, was opened to
Odissi: The glorious heritage of Orissa
Deepak Kumar Mohanty, Tue, 3 Apr 2007
Dance is one of the earliest forms of communication, prior to the emergence of languages through gestures and body movements. In Indian culture, especially and according to Hindu