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Nimmy, a professional cookery instructor, and her stockbroker husband Paul, offers food and hospitality to foreign guests. Nimmy and Paul belong to traditional Syrian Christian community in Kerala. In keeping with the tradition of their families they enjoy having guests and serving good food.

Nimmy conducts cookery classes. She teaches guests the nuances of traditional Kerala recipes. She is also a food consultant to writers, chefs and magazines. Articles by her and about her have appeared in magazines and newspapers

desde 27,19 €

Depart from your hotel in the morning to Goa’s ornate and magical Hindu Temples their distinctive, structural design, spaciousness and tranquil environment reflects its uniqueness from other Indian Temples. Here you can visit the two most famous temples namely Shantadurga Temple dedicated to Goddess Parvati & Lord Naguesh and the Ramnathi temple dedicated to Lord Rama, The temple is believed to have been installed by Lord Rama while his return journey to Ayodhya after the killing of Ravana.

Later proceed to Old Goa which is the ancient capital of Goa, lying 10 kilometers east of the present capital of Goa, Panjim. Old Goa is best known for its Churches – the only reminder of its former glory once rivaled that of Rome. Visit the two most famous churches i.e. The Basilica of Bom Jesus which is the most well recognized church in Goa. “Bom Jesus” means “Infant Jesus” to whom the church is dedicated. Completed in the year 1605, it houses the sacred relics of St. Francis Xavier, who came to Goa in the year 1542 and is now the patron saint of the state’s Christian community. A silver casket placed on a tall platform contains his incorrupt body. Situated across the road from the Basilica, lies the Se Cathedral. The construction of the Se Cathedral began in the year 1562 and went on upto the year 1652. The Se Cathedral is supposed to be the largest church in Asia. On top of its facade hangs the Golden Bell – also Asia’s largest – whose mellow sound reputedly could be heard all over Goa. Inside the Cathedral are eight chapels and six side altars, apart from the main altar that is dedicated to Saint Catherine.

After the tour of Old Goa proceed to the capital city "Panaji" for a tour of the city and shopping. Panaji, the capital city of Goa, built on the banks of the river Mandovi, where one can walk through the small squares and back lanes of the towns old quarters where the Portuguese influence is most evident. Later you can spend some time for shopping. After shopping, arrive at the Goa Marriott Resort for a buffet lunch. After lunch drive back to the hotel.

desde 44,59 €

Utsav Rishton Ka is a classical dance show which presents the flavour and fragrance of India in all its rich variety and spiritual nuances to international tourists. During this 60 minute of duration performance by artists from all over the country is showcased which includes Ganesh Vandana . Kathakali, Kuchipudi, Odissi, Manipuri, Bharathanatyam & kathak dance forms. This show not only acquaints the viewers with the rich Indian culture through dance, music and varied costumes, but also captivate them and provide memories to cherish.

desde 56,55 €

Modern Bangalore (Bengaluru) was founded by Kempegowda, a medieval chieftain, in the great Vijayanagara Kingdom. How was the city back then? What kind of people lived?  How did it transform from a small medieval town to this big bustling metropolis?

Join us on a unique walk around the 'pettah' area of Bangalore and learn more about this fort city built by Kempegowda. Explore parts of the city you have never been to before, learn about the city history that might shatter some of the myths that we usually associate it with.

desde 20,67 €

Sankotra family was associated with the royal family of Jaipur. Their Haveli was built in 17th Century when the Jaipur Town was founded and was given to Sankotra Family in 1724 vikram samvat. It has its own specialties live being very close to Sanganeri Gate the main entrance to Johari Bazar,City Place etc. It is a popularly known as “Kanch Ka Darwaja” become of beautifully glass work inside and it is one of the oldest Haveli of Jaipur City.

Haveli is still official residence of the Sankotra Family since 8 generations. The guests here are informed about the past and present about the Sankotra family and all welcome to participate in cooking or discussion with the family.

desde 137,04 €

Start your tour by visiting Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum which showcases nearly 20,000 various artifacts in 03 floors followed by Shaniwar Wada. It is an ancient fort palace built by the Peshva rulers. Proceed to Pataleshwar Caves/temple dating back to 8th Century and is known for single massive bassalt rock carved intoa lord Shiva temple.

desde 42,42 €

This trip lets you experience the exhilarating city of Mumbai in 24 hours. You’ll journey in to India’s capital city by plane, before enjoying a scenic train ride back to Goa the next day. The trip packs in visits to the city’s Hanging Garden, which is stuffed with hundreds of animal-shaped hedges, the Thieves’ Market, where you can pick up everything from incense sticks to sari silks, and the iconic Gateway of India monument. The real eye-opener of the tour, though, is the Dharavi visit. Dharavi is the largest slum in Asia, and it’s home to more than a million people. Walking with a guide among the narrow, shack-lined lanes is a moving experience. Plus, you’ll see Dhobi Ghat, the largest open-air laundromat in the world, where many of the slum’s residents work. After your moving visit, you’ll retreat to the West End Hotel to relax and grab a bite to eat. You’ll then be driven to the station at around 10pm to catch your train back to Goa, so you can get some shut-eye on the way.

The Lal Bagh botanical garden covers a very large area with different subtropical plants, artificial lakes, etc. There are some wild monkeys, squirrels and other animals as well. A very nice place if you like nature. You can relax on the benches which is refreshing. The Park also has the Glass House, inspired by the Crystal Palace in London and hosts the colorful Flower show during August.

desde 20,67 €

The sightseeing tour from Eastern temples to Western Group of Temples include visit to the Kandariya Mahadeo Temple - dedicated to Lord Shiva, one of the largest and most typical of the Khajuraho temples. Late r visit the Chaunsat Yogini Jain Temple-dedicated to the 64 "Yoginis" or attendants of Goddess Kali. This temple stands apart from the rest. Also see the Chitragupta or Bharatji Temple with a lovely sculpture of Lord Vishnu in his 11-headed form

desde 44,59 €

St. Mark’s Cathedral Church, Bangalore

Learn the stories of Bangalore’s past that have inspired its modern future Taste the exotic flavours of Southern India with its most celebrated dishes Breathe the fresh morning air as you explore the park that gave the Garden City its name Admire the beautiful Neo-Dravidian architecture of Vidhana Soudha Stroll past Bangalore’s most historic monuments, including the life-size statues of Mahatma Gandhi, Queen Victoria, and the gigantic red sandstone high courts.

Despite being the modern, cosmopolitan capital of India, a vibrant traditional heart still beats inside Bangalore. This tour will reveal the ancient glory of the city and help you understand it like a true-blue Bangalorean. Discovering the unique stories of the past, you will see how they continue to inspire Bangalore today. We begin our Bangalore tour at the heart of Indian culture — its food! We’ll drop by a South-Indian restaurant to sample two of Bangalore’s most celebrated dishes: dosai (rice and lentil pancake) and idly vada (a steamed rice cake). Get ready to burn off those calories as we continue our walk towards St. Mark’s Cathedral, consecrated by the Bishop of Calcutta in the 1800s and rebuilt in the early 90s. The architecture hints at India’s colonial roots, with a huge dome atop a semicircular chancel.

Continuing on in our Bangalore walking tour, we’ll pass the statues of Mahatma Gandhi and Queen Victoria to reach the Government Museum. With two floors and 18 galleries, you’ll get your history fix exploring an amazing collection of ancient coins, art, and 5,000-year-old relics from the Indus Valley civilisation. With Bangalore already touching our hearts, we’ll proceed to the famed park that gave Bangalore the nickname of the “Garden City.” The park has been renamed a number of times, but it remains Cubbon Park to the locals. Moving on, we’ll pass the gigantic High Court of Bangalore, various secretariat buildings, and finally the Vidhana Soudha. This Neo-Dravidian-style building is the seat of state legislature and a delight to the eyes. Having soaked in the history and heritage of the Garden City, you’ll feel like a certified Bangalorean ready to feast on some great restaurant recommendations by your local guide.

desde 54,43 €

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