India is a place of many cultures and festivals. Almost everyday is a day of religious importance in this country. Different states have different prime festivals, to enjoy some quality time along with those, celebrated throughout the country like Holi, Diwali, Christmas, Eid, Dussera etc. You can always plan a trip to those states during the time of the festivals and have a beautiful experience to share amongst your loved ones.
Travelling in India have always been an interesting experience. To make your journey stress free and happy, we share some tips on what you should carry while moving. Let us make your travel a bit easier with the following suggestions:
A hand sanitizer is a must because many places are germ prone and a sanitizer protects you from getting affected by that.
A bank card to fulfil your financial needs.
Tourism is a colourful stroke on the canvas of life. It can be simply defined as a travel for pleasure. For years, tourists all over the world have been travelling from one place to another. Some of their tours proved to be an important incident in the history of civilization and development.
In ancient times, when there was no internet, the tourists used to act as a medium for transferring information on culture, habits and geographical details of various unknown places. Many kings that time, invested a huge amount on tourists to send them to different places to get some detailed information. Even today, in the era of the internet and digitization all the things can't be felt or viewed online. You need to have some real time experiences as well.
One of the most popular and most admired tourist spots for Bengalis, specially Kolkatans to be more specific is Digha. Visiting here at the weekends after a hectic weekly schedule is just like spending some time in paradise.
But how many of us know that how it became a tourist spot? What is its history? Let's take a small effort to find it out.