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Uday Patel
In quest of Unseen India
Interests: Seo, website, content, writing, travel, article, blogging, India
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Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve a Veritable Paradise. Continue reading
Posted Feb 6, 2017 at India Travel Blog
Spending Interesting Time in Jabalpur. Continue reading
Posted Feb 6, 2017 at India Travel Blog
Unique Tigers of Ranthambhore. Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2017 at India Travel Blog
Indian wildlife and Tiger Conservation blog. Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2017 at India Travel Blog
Tiger in Our Backyard Indian wildlife and Tiger Conservation blog. Continue reading
Posted Jan 8, 2017 at India Travel Blog
Festivals can be noisy creating perpetual consternation. But these are public celebrations. Family have their own agenda. A beautifully decorated house in a traditional way devoid of consumer ratz matazz. Vibrant Aarti and with prayers on the lips. Desire for God's blessings for eternal happiness and a life without sins.... Continue reading
Posted Sep 16, 2016 at India Travel Blog
Onam Banquet ..... Onam is celebrated with great fanfare in India especially in Southern State of Kerala. The feast is one of the mainstay of this event. Read the dishes that are served during this occassion. Sharkara Upperi : Jaggery Chips Kaaya Varuthathu : Banana Chips Parippu : A thick... Continue reading
Posted Sep 16, 2016 at India Travel Blog
Suffering from bouts of travel sickness, I try this medicine while on way to Kanha. It is night time post dinner, and we are heading towards Mandla and then Kanha Tiger Reserve. The medicine works and I am relaxed. My guests from UK, Ruth and Klas are in the back... Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2013 at India Travel Blog
Long Tailed Shrike White Eyed Buzzard Tiger Nilgai Antelope During his travel to wildlife sanctuaries in India Teerath Singh has captured the images of birds and animals in India. He operates tiger safari tours all over Central India as own of MP Tiger Safari Company based in Bandhavgarh. Continue reading
Posted Jul 9, 2012 at India Travel Blog
IRCTC is an abbreviation for Indian Railway catering and Tourism Corporation Limited. It is a Government of India enterprise and a subsidiary under the Ministry of Indian Railways. IRCTC was instituted for online booking of rail tickets but now it also catering and railway tourism. According to recent news subsidiary... Continue reading
Posted Jul 9, 2012 at India Travel Blog
India is a large country with population spread far and wide. The population is distributed as urban rural and remote settlements. The need for transportation is fulfilled by many modes in the country. From bullock cart to high flying jets all survive in India fulfilling the basic travel needs. The... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2012 at India Travel Blog
Wildlife tourism is one of the fastest growing Industry in India and all over the World. As science progresses and awareness about our vital eco-systems spreads wildlife and nature become front line words. Thanks to electronic media there is now a wide spread awareness about the natural World and its... Continue reading
Posted Mar 10, 2012 at India Travel Blog
The most popular food items from Southern India are the Dosa, Idli, Medu Vada and Uttapam. Served along with the lip smacking sambhar these foods have become synonymous with Indian Culture - North, East, West or South. Though very popular as breakfast items these are ubiquitously consumed as main dishes... Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2012 at India Travel Blog
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The samosa is a preferred snack in North and Central India. It is popular all over the country and is made using wide variety of recipes. Samosa is a potato filled snack made by mixing potato mash with wide variety of spices, green or red chilly, pepper corns, garlic and... Continue reading
Posted Jan 18, 2012 at India Travel Blog
Why overnight travel the American Lady asked on board express train to New Delhi. I had boarded the train bound to Delhi and her question struck me? "Well you could have saved on time if you had traveled by Flight to the Capital" , I replied. "The Cost" she replied... Continue reading
Posted Jan 17, 2012 at India Travel Blog
Perhaps the origination is in North India in Uttar Pradesh. But Chaat a collective term for a variety of hot, spicy and delicious snacks finds place all over India. The variations are mind boggling but the basic items and ingredients are central. Chaat and women in India are inseparable. The... Continue reading
Posted Dec 22, 2011 at India Travel Blog
The dead sambar lay rotting inside the core zone of the park. Careful inspection did not reveal any incision or wounds inflicted by the big cats. Obviously the deer had died of a natural cause. But what surprised me was the carcase which was untouched by the big cats as... Continue reading
Posted Nov 25, 2011 at India Travel Blog
Though the city does not lack tourist place it is mainly seen as a transit point. The destination sits at the fulcrum of major tiger reserves and hill resorts in Madhya Pradesh. The tiger reserves Kanha, Bandhvgarh, Pench and Satpura are almost equidistant from Jabalpur. So is the famous Pachmarhi... Continue reading
Posted Nov 6, 2011 at India Travel Blog
The roadside food in India may be much looked down by some but the majority does not hesitate to fulfill their gastronomic desire here. Cheeep & Baiste! The dhabas of North and Central India carry a typical flavor of roasting flour and spices. The sizzling tadka dominates and along with... Continue reading
Posted Oct 4, 2011 at India Travel Blog
India is a free country well almost. If you have your essentials right things wok out better. After the incidence of extremism in the country keeping your identity intact is of utmost importance. What I mean is that you should have documents to prove who you are. Your countenance and... Continue reading
Posted Oct 2, 2011 at India Travel Blog
It is almost everywhere North, West, East, Central, South just everywhere. The betel leaf when mixed with Katha, Chuna (Lime), areca nuts etc is called Paan. This is more omnipresent than chai as you step out in Indian streets you cannot help seeing the ubiquitous paan shop. The betel leaf... Continue reading
Posted Sep 19, 2011 at India Travel Blog
The Ubiquitous Chai Chai is hot tea beverage made with the addition of milk and sugar. Unlike black tea, chai is very popular in India. The beverage is consumed more in North, West and East India and less in Southern India. coffee is more popular in South. Chai is consumed... Continue reading
Posted Sep 16, 2011 at India Travel Blog
Posted Sep 8, 2011 at India Travel Blog
The concept is not that new but growing popularity of such accommodations is recent. In India home stay accommodations are very popular in Rajasthan, New Delhi, Kerala, Himachal Pradesh and Goa. the concept finds greater appeal in niche destination which are hall marked for sightseeing and cultural experience. The home... Continue reading
Posted Aug 19, 2011 at India Travel Blog