16 August /2022
Everything about this ima market is fascinating. In Meitei language, ima means “mother”, and as the name suggests, this market is run by women only. In fact, no male shopkeepers are allowed to run business here.
Think local market when in Haridwar because it is a whole different world out there. Streets are lined with shops big and small, selling items ranging from jewellery to clothes to pickles(!) to flowers for Ganga aarti.
Did you know that there are 88 ghats in Varanasi? While most of these ghats see puja ceremonies, one stands out. Dashashwamedh Ghat is the most popular and vibrant among all.
Only the best from Asia’s largest wholesale spice market! Yes, we are talking about Delhi’s Khari Baoli, the 17th century spruce market located near Red Fort. The iconic spice market is an experience one must have when in Delhi.
If you are wondering about the best time to visit this iconic and wholesale flower market, it’s early in the morning. And by early, we mean 3 AM. You don’t need to be up and about by 3 AM though, just reach before 7 AM as this is the time when the flowers are sold at a very good price
Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, also popularly known as Srinagar Tulip Garden, is the pride and joy of Srinagar. Did you know that it is also the largest tulip garden in Asia? Now you know. Located at the base of the Zabarwan Range, the garden overlooks Dal Lake.
Post monsoon is probably the best time to visit the Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand as the flowers are at their prettiest during this time of the year. Located in Chamoli district, the Valley of Flowers National Park is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Champa Gali is a street in Saket made popular by Instagrammers. It is a lot like any other cool and hip places in and around Delhi, mostly frequented by the young crowd. But one thing for sure, Champa Gali is pretty.