Category Archives: River crossing


Haldwani is a city in Nainital district of Uttarakhand. Along with Kathgodam this city forms Kathgodam Municipal Corporation. Once this place has plenty of Haldu trees. So this place is also known as Halduvani which means forest of trees. This place is located between hilly terrain of Indo Gangetic plain and Kumaon regions. In the […]


Rudraprayag is a town in Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand. This is the point of confluence of rivers Mandakini and Alakananda. It is one of the Panch Prayag.   What to see in Rudraprayag: Kartik Sawmi: This temple is dedicated to Lord Kartikeya. He is the son of Lord Shiva. Bones of Lord Kartik is worshipped […]

Sultan Bathery

Sultan Bathery is a town in Wayanad district of kerala. Earlier it was named as Sultan’s Battery. In Wayanad district this is the largest town. Town got this name after Tipu Sultan had stationed his battery of field guns, at the time of invaded Kerala. Climate is so cool and it is beautiful place with […]


Chikmagalur is in Chikkamaguluru district in Karnataka. This is the famous hill station. Chikmagalur is known as Coffee Land. Word Chikmagalur means Land of Younger daughter. A small story related to this name. Rukmangada; Chief of Sakrepatna gifted this land as dowry on the occasion of his young daughter. Hiremagulur place is gifted by Rukmangada […]


Malpe is a fishing harbour on the Karnataka Coast. This is famous for its Pristine Beach and Vadabhandeshwara Temple. Four rocky Islands are surrounded to Malpe. Those Islands are Daria Gadara Kalluthe, Kari Illada Kallu, St.Mary’s Island and Daria Bahadurgad. In 4 rocky Islands only 2 became popular among Tourists. They are Daria Bahadurgad and […]


Thenmala is a small town in Kollam district off Kerala. This word is derived from the words Then and Mala. Then means Honey and Mala means Mountain. Thenmala means mountain where honey flows. Major attraction of Thenmala is rhythmic ballad of water at musical fountain. This water comes out along with light and sound. Lotus […]