Monday, December 1, 2014

Highly recommended travel tips for India tour – follow them and enjoy!

Visa on arrival has been instituted for many countries recently by the new Government.This is applicable to more than fifty countries and will facilitate tourism in India.

Whether it is the matter of relaxation, honeymoon, simply traveling or religion; India has plenty to offer you in all the fields. This is possible because of its diversity in linguistics, culture, food and of course history and geography.. If you want to enjoy your tour to India at the fullest without facing any legal or health issue, you should know well how to prepare and what rules to follow while you are on the run! The following tips will help you to enjoy this trip to India with full pleasure and joy.
 
Health and hygiene
 
Since India is a developing country, it may pose some issues related to your health thus; you need to worry about it a little more than other western destinations that you have already traveled. Yes, before you come to India as a tourist, you should vaccinate your body against some of the common diseases which can take you in clutch. One of the common harmful diseases waiting for you is Malaria for which you will need advance vaccinations. There are preventive drugs available which you can take as prescribed.

On the other hand, if you are worried about hygiene in India, you should further take foods and pure water into account. No doubt, Indian foods are tasty and special but you should never forget that you should not get addicted to it. Thus, you can keep your first-aid kit ready with plenty of stomach and digestion related drugs for immediate effect. Moreover, you should avoid eating street foods in this sub-continent which can harm you.

Always be in touch with your family and friends

What keeps you tension-free in a distant place is maintaining proximity to the loved ones. This is not essential only in Indian tours rather this is a common tip for every destination in the world. When you will be in touch with your close friends and family members, you can inform them regularly about your well-being, relevant travel details and above all; you can call them in cases of emergency.

Climate
India is a vast land which enjoys different types of climatic conditions and weather changes all the year. In general this country comes up with unexpected humidity and moisture in most of the areas however; the climatic conditions greatly depend on the place where you are visiting. In southern India, you may face regular monsoon season for which you should come well-prepared. Just find the climate details for the place you are visiting and plan your tour accordingly.

Society and manners
Etiquette and behavior of a person reflect the actual personality and you must follow it in India. Since this country is a land of different cultures, religions and colors; your dressing and manners must be proper to communicate with people. In addition to this, you should also practice well-mannered etiquette in case of public gathering, family eating and other places where you are being noticed by others.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Kerala Backwaters in Pictures

Backwater

Lagoon

Boat

Fisherman

Chinese Fishing Nets

Church

Coconut Plucking Man

Birds in Banks

Houseboat

Backwater resort

The wonderful backwaters of Kerala delight one and all. This vast network of brackish water lagoons, lakes, rivers and several waterfronts have created a magic land. These places must be explored and enjoyed while touring the realms of Southern India. There can be nothing more exciting than Kerala Tour a picture perfect holiday.   

Thursday, May 15, 2014

India Scope Through Lens Men Neeraj Vegad

Narmada River  Source

Sightless but yet happy

Victoria Terminus Mumbai

Brahmputra River

Bridge at Narmada

Idols
Waterfall


Diwali Lightening

Diwali Lamps

Durga Immersion Navratri
Young Child Bathing

Fields

Over the Fire

Hanuman Langur

Highway
Mansarovar Lake

Kedarnath

Hindu Pilgrim

Bathing Ritual

Indian Couple Holi Celebration

Cow Milking 

Ganges

Howrah Bridge

Indian Women

School Sports

Indian Wedding

Shopping

Skyscraper

Step Farming

Street Dog

Beggar

Photographer's Family

Mahatma Gandhi

Mansarvor: Lake


Marble Rocks Boating JBP

Mountain Kailash

Mountain Goat


Chawl at Mumbai

Local Train at Mumbai

Marble Rock Gorge Jabalpur

Boating on Narmada


Public Toilet





Temple Murals

Victoria Memorial Kolkutta

Victoria Terminus Mumbai

Green Fields

School Children

Indian Winters

Women Portrait

Yogi
Neeraj Vegad is son of Sh. Amritlal Vegad famous painter, writer and Narmada Specialist in Jabalpur. He has grown over the years to achieve excellence in photography. His soul rendering images are the subject of admiration by my blogging fans.