"Dream, Dream, Dream! Conduct these dreams into thoughts and then transform them into action."
- Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

  • The spectacular statue of Nandi bull in Lepakshi is one of the biggest granite monolithic Nandi in India with a towering height of  4.5 m and length of 8.23 m. 
Located almost 300m before the main temple of Lepakshi,  it faces the shivalinga which is shielded by a large serpent inside the temple.
The Nandi wears a gantala mala, a bell chain, earrings and other jewellery which is sculpted very intricately and is the major attraction of Lepakshi.

    2019-08-31

  • The spectacular statue of Nandi bull in Lepakshi is one of the biggest granite monolithic Nandi in India with a towering height of 4.5 m and length of 8.23 m. 
Located almost 300m before the main temple of Lepakshi, it faces the shivalinga which is shielded by a large serpent inside the temple. 
The Nandi wears a gantala mala, a bell chain, earrings and other jewellery which is sculpted very intricately and is the major attraction of Lepakshi.

    2019-08-30

  • The Brihadeeswarar temple adorned with the traditional Thanjavur paintings is a part of the Great Living Chola Temples that portray the development of the unique architecture of the Chola Empire. 
Thanjavur or Tanjore, once the capital of the Chola empire is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is also a major agricultural centre and is known as the

    2019-08-21

  • The “Ima Keithal” market, literary meaning Mother’s Market is the largest all women market in Asia dating back to the 16th century and is an excellent example of women empowerment.  
The busy market where 5,000 women traders come well dressed in their traditional attire of ‘Phaneks’/ ‘Sarongs’ and ‘Innaphis’/  shawls to conduct business situated in Manipur.
The females in the market sell everything starting from clothes, handicrafts, utensils, kitchenware, dry fish and the famous “Morok Chilli”.

    2019-08-17

  • The Karnataka Khadi Gramodyoga Samyokta Sangha is the only unit in India that is authorized to manufacture and supply the Flag of India, the highest identity of the nation.
Founded on 1 November 1957, by a group that includes H A Pai and Anant Bhat, the unit follows strict guidelines of the BIS and every flag is checked 18 times in each section.
Flags used for hoisting at Red Fort, Rashtrapati Bhavan, for defence forces, the car of President, embassies abroad are made of handspun khadi which enhances the richness and tradition of India.

    2019-08-15

  • Sandakphu, the highest peak in Darjeeling district adorned with colourful poisonous plants, is a paradise for trekkers, popularly known as a ‘Trekkers Wonderland

    2019-07-30