A super populated country, with cultural and ethnic diversity, millenary traditions and the soul reflected in its inhabitants. India is a country that goes deep and leaves a mark on its visitors. After two trips around the country, the desire to return , is always latent.
Surrounded by the Himalayas, in the North of India, is the state of Himachal Pradesh, one of the least populated of the country. Far from the chaos of large urban centers, life in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh is synonymous of nature and calm, rural life and breathtaking landscapes.
Diwali (or Deepavali) is the most important holiday in India. Although it is a Hindu festival, Diwali is celebrated throughout India by members of different religions such as Hinduism, Sikhism and Jainism. The five-day festival honors the Indian goddess of wealth, Lakshmi who provides prosperity and abundance. In other regions, like Bengal, the Diwali is […]
Sikhism is a religion that promotes the removal of the unjust caste system and also selfless service, contributing to society and always being prepared to protect the weakest and seek equity for all. In every temple visitors of any creed are welcome and are offered free lunch and even lodging.
“In search of enlightenment” The Sadhus are a Hindu ascetic and follow the path of austerity and penance to achieve enlightenment in their way. They dedicate their existence to meditation, renouncing all material bond and in this way to avoid the cycle of reincarnation and to accede to the desired Nirvana. A Sadhu never stays […]
Coinciding with the first full moon of November, the holy city of Pushkar, on the shores of the Thar desert, celebrates the largest cattle fair in India, the Pushkar Mela or Camel Fair. There, for eight days, the merchants, from the desert and even more distant regions, negotiate in their camps for the best camels. […]