I visited Gandikota a few weeks ago and ever since I have been bombarded with queries. Never before have I been asked so many questions about a destination. Without beating around the bush, I will straight away get to the details, to help you plan a trip to Gandikota- popularly called The Great Canyon of India, and places nearby, which currently is one of the most sought after weekend getaways.
Looks like kids high Fashion clothing brand advertisement. Isn’t it?
Don’t be deceived. These were the kids in the street of one of the remotest villages in India.
Trip to Leh – Ladakh isn’t about any specific place, it’s the whole journey that’s adventurous and leaves you spellbound. Every penny spent on this trip will be worth it. Here is my guide to Leh Ladakh Packing.
Turtuk is a village in the Leh district of Jammu and Kashmir, India. Once part of Baltisthan in Pakistan, it was recaptured during Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. This unruffled village is 235km from Leh, lies at the extreme corner of the Indian border and remains unexplored as it was opened to tourists only in 2010 because of perilous roads and sensitive army base camps surrounding it. It is the last outpost in India after which the Pakistan-controlled Gilgit-Baltistan begins.