Author: Yogendra Saraswat


Amritsar is a conjugated word composed by joining two root words: Amrit (nectar) and Sar(Pond). It was initially known as Ramdaspur but colloquially came to be known as Ambarsar and presently, it is popularly known as Amritsar. Amritsar is a very sacred place to mainly Sikh people but carries the same essence for all who loves this pious place and has no outrage being from other religion. So, today I will take you through my tour to Amritsar thereby visiting Golden Temple along with Jaliyanwala Bagh, Durgyana Mandir, and Wagha Border. It was the month of January 2017 and...

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Jaisalmer- The Golden City Of India

Hello TM readers!! How are you all? Winter season has started in Northern parts of India by this time and I hope that you are enjoying the cold breeze and its own flamboyant charm. This cold weather in the month of November and December makes us feel pleasant yet lethargic or you may say the feeling of ‘Meethi Meethi Thand’ in Hindi which means ‘Sweet Winter’. By saying this, I would like to suggest you travel to Jaisalmer, the Golden City of India, in Rajasthan, as this is the best time to travel to this hot destination. Here is...

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Queen’s own Land: Ranikhet

Hi Friends! How are you? This is Yogi Saraswat again here with a new post from Ranikhet. Before starting my writing on this place, I would like to thank you  for your overwhelmed support and response to my very first post of “ Satopanth & Swargarohini “ . Ranikhet in Hindi means “Queen’s Land “. This charming hill station is in Almora district of Uttarakhand at a height of about 1829 meters from MSL. I can assure you that you will find it to be one of the best places to explore and yes it has everything to pacify...

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A Trek to Satopanth & Swargrohini

The Garhwal region of Uttarakhand is very rich in History but if you are a nature & trekking lover, there is a treasure to discover in the deep valleys of Himalayas. We trek one of the beautiful treks of Uttarakhand named as “ Satopanth & Swargarohini “. Before starting the description of this trek I would like to introduce these places. Actually Satopanth is a taal means pond , and it is believed that the Trimurti of Lord Shiva , Lord Brahma and lord Vishnu come here to dip and take bath on the auspicious day of Ekadashi i.e...

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