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A Road Trip through Bhutan – Land of the Thunder Dragons

Bhutan sounds exotic, mystical and almost otherworldly. Well, it feels that way too. Most travellers are typically attracted to a destination by three things and Bhutan ticks each of these boxes and how: The promise of delicious food and innate beauty The traditions and culture of the place The possibility[…]

Splendour of South India

There are 5 states and 3 union territories in the southern part of the Deccan plateau and this forms the region known as South India. The charm of this region lies in the variety of cultural, historical and natural tourist destinations it offers. If you’re visiting India for the first[…]

Hampi – A Town of Temples

Hampi is the capital city of Vijaynagar located in Karnataka. It is a well renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most iconic travel destinations in the state.   This city is famous for its beautiful temples, majestic ruins, glorious history and fascinating mythological tales. The special highlights[…]

Marwar School of Painting

Marwar, a southwestern region of Rajasthan has added immense glory to India’s artistic landscape. The region gained prominence in this domain under the rule of the Gurjara-Pratiharas. The paintings developed in the royal families of Bikaner, Kishangarh, Pali, Nagaur, Ghanerao and Jodhpur are collectively called Marwar school and it greatly[…]

Six Festivals of South India that Cannot Be Missed

Every festival in South India has a unique origin, rich history, secular nature and deep meaning connected to it that enhances its values and makes it of tremendous importance. Overall, these are six major festivals in South India that are celebrated with unparalleled pomp and enthusiasm. Pongal Pongal marks the[…]

When the Hills Turn Purple – The Neelakurinji Effect

Every 12 years from the month of July to December the Nilgiri hills turn blue as the Neelakurunji flowers that the hills derive their name from coming into full bloom. This absolutely spectacular phenomenon turns the entire Nilgiri hills into magnificent shades of bluish purple and makes the entire expanse[…]

Where to Celebrate Holi in India

The Party Holi – New Delhi Delhi loves its party holis and every year you’re spoiled for choice with a tonne of “farm house” parties being organised. If you’re after a fun day out in a safe environment, these are usually a good bet. While Holi out on the streets[…]

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5 Incredible Museums in India Worth A Visit

A country like India, rich in cultural diversity and heritage can well afford to boast of several beautiful museums. Some museums however really stand out and no tour of India is complete without visiting them.Through their artefacts, they speak volumes and tell tales of bygone eras, kings and empires, civilisations[…]

Top 3 Boat Experiences in India

The FH Mag presents what we believe to be India’s best boat experiences. These experiences constitute everything that defines a good holiday in that they’re relaxing, healing, active enough and incredibly immersive. All aboard! EXPLORING THE WATERWAYS OF KERALA Unique to Kerala are the famous backwaters, a maze of water bodies stretching[…]