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The Ethereal Delhi - UNESCO World Heritage Sites of The Capital City

When it comes to traveling in India, no introduction is needed. Visit any city or place of India you will get something or the other extraordinary to witness and experience. If you want to experience the perfect blend of modern and the ancient, then kick start your expedition in Delhi. Delhi is the national capital with lots of places to explore. This city alone hosts three UNESCO World Heritage sites. It is pretty amazing how the ancient monuments and edifices have remained unshaken in all these years. Visiting these structures will take you back to the Mughal era, still considered to be the epitome of grandiosity.  In this blog, we will look at the three UNESCO world heritage sites where you can soak in the splendor of the glamorous past. Humayun’s Tomb The kind Mughal emperor, Humayun, rests in peace within this massive tomb. This tomb is a work of art and exquisite beauty that showcases the finesse of Mughal architecture. The structure looks extremely pretty and is a place where
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Desert of India - JAISALMER

  Watching cartoons as a kid was the most amusing memory for all of us as we used to get fascinated by those full of life animated characters. The stories we saw were so interesting and magical, that we really wanted to be there in the magical world of sorcery, talking objects, surreal places, etc. One such cartoon was Arabian Nights and believe me, everyone wanted a flying carpet, a genie, be a prince (Sultan), have their own the palace and watch the sunset behind a carpet of sand dunes with each ray piercing every sand particle.  TITLYY  is going to unbox a secret and help you explore the magical world and be alive as a kid once again in the world of Arabian nights.  Jaisalmer is the magical city that rises from the baked earth of the Thar Desert in India, the second-largest desert on the earth. A small city with a population of around 80,000 people, that sits beautifully on the sand dunes. Jaisalmer is like a fairytale come true brimming with colors everywhere, stone turrets, cast

Tiger Reserves In India

  "There's nothing like the thrill of walking through the jungle looking for a tiger and knowing they could be watching you already"-  Ashlan Gorse Cousteau Did you just imagine it too? Well, we honestly want you to take this elated jungle safari and breathe closer to these majestic Tigers. On the last International Tiger Day, Prime Minister of India had shared that there's a boost in the number of Tigers in India by 33 percent over the span of 5 years. (2014- 2019) Titlyy can't be more proud that these wild cats with its golden and black stripes are the national animals of India. Many wildlife enthusiasts and photographers from all over the world flock to this subcontinent to witness them in the wild.  Before going into further details, let us share one of the most important factors, i.e. when one should visit these National Parks? February- June (first   week) are the best months of the year to eyewitness Tigers as they come out in search of water during the sum

Weekend Getaways

Thank God! Winters are finally here with sweaters & socks, S arso ka saag, Daulat ki Chaat  and born-fire with all the warmth. Dilli ki Sardi is something which should be in everyone's bucket list as it comes along with celebrations like Christmas, Lohri, Basant Panchami, and, a variety of scrumptious food. I think it's the best time to have fun & travel around as well but the question is When & Where? 'Weekend' is the answer & Where all? I'll be telling you in this Story: 1.    Agra Pack your bags for the upcoming weekend and head towards to this incredible city of Uttar Pradesh, known by the World for its- Taj Mahal. Agra has all our hearts because of this Wonderful White-Marbled monument which was made by the Mughal Emperor, Shahjahan for his third wife- Mumtaz Jahan which took 20 years to build by 20,000 workers. Later, when Shah Jahan died, he was buried next to his wife and that's one Love Story which will definitely give you gooseb


Rajasthan is well known for its traditional, colorful art and grand forts and Palaces. This time I went to explore the blue City of Rajasthan –  JODHPUR     Usually, I start my travel with quintessential monuments of the city I am visiting, but this time I planned to start differently. I started my tour at the famous Jodhpur’s Bishnoi Village Tour. I started with Salawas village in Jodhpur, which is also known as  “WEAVER’S VILLAGE”  where weavers work together to create magic carpets locally referred to as  DURRY’S . Weaving a Durry is 300 years old traditions that are woven at home by a family in the village and thereafter sold. Wondering! WHAT’S DURRY’S? Basically, Durry is the floor covering, somewhat resembling a rug, woven on a loom using cotton, silk, jute, or wool yarn. It is used as a substitute for carpets, as a rug. At home, one can use them for a table cover or cover corridors.  HOW IS IT MADE? Durry weaving techniques are extensively popular in JODHPUR and plenty of tiny v

Havelis Are The reason Why Rajasthan Is Called The Cultural Capital Of India

The word haveli is derived from Arabic hawali, meaning “partition” or “private space” popularised under the Mughal Empire. Haveli is a traditional townhouse or mansion in India, usually one with historical and architectural significance. The traditional Havelis of Rajasthan have been the inherited homes of the Marwari business communities that flourished during the 18th and 19th centuries through growing trade relations. Believe it or not, these extravagant ancestral homes of the traders have been the focal point of prospering art, architecture and culture in the land of the royals.  Hotel Mandawa Haveli The Havelis of the Shekhawati region have set a standard for excellence in traditional art and architecture in Rajasthan. The Mandawa Haveli was built by Thakur Bhagwant Singh Ji,15th leader of Mandawa in 1986. The rich interiors with painted walls,jewel-decorated pillars and ceiling are symbolic of the prosperity of this business clan with ancestral Havelis located on this trade route