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8 Jul

Kodagu: Karnataka’s Monsoon Paradise

Kodagu, often referred to as Coorg, transforms into a lush green paradise during the monsoons. This scenic region, nestled in the verdant Western Ghats of Karnataka, comes alive with cascading waterfalls, dense forests, and cool, pleasant weather, attracting numerous monsoon travelers. During the monsoon, Karnataka’s natural beauty is at its peak, offering a serene retreat for those seeking the magic of the rainy season. This tranquil hill station combines natural splendor with historical charm. Here are some prime places to visit in Kodagu: Abbey Falls in Kodagu Abbey Falls is a breathtaking...

Insect Cafe- Bengaluru
26 Oct

Lalbagh Unveils Innovative ‘Insect Cafe’ in Collaboration with Vibhinna India Foundation

Bengaluru's Lalbagh Botanical Garden has recently introduced a groundbreaking initiative within its verdant confines - an "Insect Cafe." This unique project, in partnership with the Vibhinna India Foundation as part of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts, aims to provide a safe haven and breeding grounds for insects whose natural habitats have been threatened by urbanization and the spread of concrete jungles. The 'Insect Cafe' is a beautifully designed haven for these tiny creatures, constructed primarily from wooden frameworks. The cafe has been thoughtfully divided into multiple sections to accommodate the...

10 Aug

Eco-Tourism Venture: Veerappan Realm Revealed

In the heart of historical intrigue, where the notorious bandit Veerappan once held sway, a new chapter is being penned in the annals of Indian tourism. The erstwhile dominion of this enigmatic figure, often dubbed the Robin Hood of Tamil Nadu, is poised for a dramatic transformation. The government, which invested considerable resources to bring an end to Veerappan's reign, is now embracing his legend to entice travelers seeking a brush with history. As the curtain rises on this ambitious venture, only time will reveal whether it unfolds as a triumphant...