What makes Dastkar an idea destination to shop is knowing that most of the money you invest in purchasing the traditional Indian artforms, goes to the artisan. A sustainable effort to encourage artisans and their students to pursue learning and mastery of the crafts and still live with dignity.
The biggest challenge that the deaf community – not “deaf and dumb”, just deaf – faces in India is communication. Statistics show that there are 18 million deaf people in India and only 250 interpreters. This means that there is only 1 interpreter for 72,000 people.
Cheers to this adorable couple who has taken to sharing their incredible travel experiences from around the world with their audience. Ashray (A) and Zara (Z) have been around the world spending as little, living with locals and sharing their joys with the world.
The Blue Yonder is a well-known name in responsible travel providers from India. Their successful participation at the ITB-Asia in 2010 where they introduced their packages through Kerala, Karnataka, Odisha, West Bengal, North Eastern India, Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh, has put them on the global responsible tourism map. Continue reading “Meaningful Journeys Through India With The Blue Yonder”
A short uphill drive, along two-kilometres of kuccha road from Bhimtal Lake, Nainital District, leads you to Fredy’s Bungalow, near Nainital. The imposing colonial-style bungalow, converted to a resort, nestles among cypress and deodar trees, on a peaceful wooded hillside, overlooking the Bhimtal valley and the mountain slopes beyond.
Kailash Farms in Hoshiarpur, Punjab offers an honest responsible tourism for its visitors. The family which owns the property, lives on the premises and encourages visitors to experience their day-to-day life along with the comforts of a classy accommodation.
“No, I will not”, again mama and I were fighting the night before the walk. She said that I should come. But I did not want to wake up early in the morning and walk. But I had no choice! I was simply angry.