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‘Elle world’s largest selling fashion magazine released a list of top hip gateways of India, in its Feb-2012 issue. Elle take into account a lot o features like while selecting the top destination like location, services, food and price etc.

According to Elle Feb-2012 issue this year Kairali – The Ayurvedic Healing Village Palakkad, Kerala was the No. 1 HIP gateway (HOT STAY) followed by Udaivilas Udaipur and The Leela Place New Delhi.

According to Elle Kairali’s wonderful location, ancient Ayurvedic treatment, luxurious stay and services, healthy environment, organic food makes it stand out and the treatment is so soothing that you will feel the effects long after your have returned.

Elle wrote Kairali – The Ayurvedic Healing Village nestled amidst picturesque mountain of Palakkad dist, Kerala. It’s 30 luxurious unique villas designed with the theme of zodiac sign divided in four categories Deluxe, Classic, Royal and Maharaja. The food serve to the guest is made of pure organic herbs grown in their own farms without using any chemical fertilizer. The cuisine is authentic Malayali home cooking, even the water provided in room helps to cleanse your system.

Other than its irresistible beautiful location and delicious food its main feature that helps Kairali to get this crown is its awesome ancient Ayurvedic services. Kairali special Ayurvedic packages and Ayurvedic massages are customized as per each client’s goal and body constitution for potent results. Only medicated oils and herbs are used in treatments and massages, that have no side effects.

For More information please read the Elle –Feb-2012 Issue.


Karnataka, known as the priceless gift of indulgent nature”, is a unique blend of a glorious past and a rich present. Karnataka is the sixth largest state in India, it is the only state in India where gold is found. It is the land of silk and sandal, of coffee and cardamom, of the 17m statue of Jain Saint Gomateshwara and of the enchaining sculptural wealth of Belur and Halebid of the historical ruins of Hampi and monuments of Bijapur. To the composite culture of India, the contribution of Karnataka,. is in no way inferior to that of any other region of India. In fact, in many fields, Karnataka’s contribution far exceeds that of the other regions individually. This is specially so in the fields of are, music, religion, and philosophy.


Karnataka possesses a rich cultural heritage. The folk theatre has an ancient and rich tradition, the two principal forms being Yakshagana and the puppet theatre. ‘Yakshagana’ is akin to Kathakali of Kerala in the choice of its elaborate costumes and vigorous dancing. ‘Bhootada Kunita’ (Dance of the Divine Cult), Nagarnandala’ and the demon dance are some quaint rituals prevalent only in Dakshina Kannada coastal area.

Hampi was the capital city of the powerful South Indian Vijayanagar Empire. Founded by Harihara and Bukka in 1336, it fell to the Muslim rulers of North India in 1565 after the disastrous battle of Talikota and subsequently lapsed into decline and abandonment. The ruins of the historical monuments have stood the ravages of man and time and still evoke memories of the grandeur of a bygone era. The main attraction of Karnataka are:

Hampi – Set amidst an awesome boulder-strewn landscape along the banks of the Tungabhadra river, 12 km away from the sleepy town of Hospet in Bellary district, Hampi was the magnificent capital of the mighty Vijayanagar kingdom. “The city is such that the pupil of the eye has never seen a place like it, and the ear of intelligence has never been informed that there existed anything to equal it in the world,” marvelled a 15th century. A visit to Hampi is a sojourn into the past. The best way to experience this World Heritage Site is to take a leisurely stroll through the eloquent ruins. Most of the important structures and ruins are located in two areas, which are generally referred to as the Royal Centre and the Sacred Centre. The Royal Centre in the southwest part of the site contains structures that seem to have been palaces, baths, pavilions, royal stables, and temples for ceremonial use. The Sacred Centre is situated on the northern edge of the city along the banks of the holy Tungabhadra River. The ruins of Hampi are extensive and fascinating enough to absorb your attention for several days. There is always something new to discover in Hampi, If you are in a hurry, a day or two will suffice to see all the important structures. Photography and archaeology buffs should plan on staying a little longer.

Badami : Picturesquely situated at the mouth of a ravine between two rocky hills, the exquisite sculptures and the rust red sandstone cliffs of Badami tell many a tale of yore. Climb a flight of steps to reach the four ancient rock-cut caves replete with carved pillars and bracket figures, all hewn out of red sandstone on the precipice of a hill. The largest of them is the third cave, dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The first sculptural embellishment to dazzle the eye is the 18-armed Nataraja, striking 81 dance poses, in the first cave. Overlooking the caves is the Agastya Theertha Tank, its banks dotted with a cluster of Bhoothanatha temples.

Pattadakal : With its beautifully chiselled temples, this World Heritage Site on the banks of the Malaprabha river bears testimony to the richness of Chalukyan architecture. Pattadakal reached its pinnacle of glory under the Chalukya kings and was once used as a ceremonial centre where kings were crowned and commemorated. It has a cluster of 10 major temples, each displaying interesting architectural features. At the entrance-of the site, you can see the 8th century temples of Jambulinga, Kadasiddeshvara, and Galaganatha with their curvilinear shikaras or spires. The biggest temple, dedicated to Virupaksha, has a huge gateway, several inscriptions, and a profusion of friezes from the epics. Facing the temple is a pavilion containing a massive Nandi. The Mallikarjuna Temple is similar in design to Virupaksha Temple, but smaller in size. The ornate Papanatha Temple is yet another impressive piece of architecture, with delicately chiselled ceilings and a 16-pillared main hall, The Sangameshwara Temple dating from the reign of King Vijayaditya (696-733 AD) is the earliest temple in this complex.

Mysore Palace - All roads in Mysore lead to the Mysore Palace. Built in Indo-Saracenic style with domes, turrets, arches, and colonnades, the palace is a treasure house of exquisite carvings and works of art from all over the world. Intricately carved doors open into luxuriously furnished rooms. The majestic Durbar Hall has an ornate ceiling and many sculpted pillars. The Marriage Pavilion is adorned with glazed tile flooring, stained glass windows and domed ceilings. The walled palace complex houses the Residential Museum, temples and shrines, including the Shwetha Varahaswamy Temple. See the magnificently jewel-studded golden throne, the pride of the Wodeyars and the symbol of their sovereignty, displayed here during the Dasara festival in October. The palace, illuminated on Sundays and public holidays, presents a spectacle of breathtaking beauty.

Bijapur - The one-time capital of the Adil Shahi kings (1489-1686), Bijapur is dotted with mosques, mausoleums, palaces, fortifications, watchtowers and strong gateways, with the massive Gol Gumbaz dominating the landscape for miles around.

Chitradurga Fort - Chitradurga, on the highway linking Bangalore with Hospet, is famed for its massive Kallina Kote (Palace of Stone) fort, a marvel of military architecture made impregnable by the Kayak Palegars. It has 19 ways, 38 posterior entrances, dace, a mosque, granaries, oil, pits, four secret entrances, and water tanks. Amidst rocky surroundings inside the fort complex on the hill are many .pies. Ekanatha Temple and ndravalli Caves are worth ting. The Hidimbeshwara temple is the oldest temple on the site. Other places of tourist rest in Chitradurga district are hmagiri, Vanivalas Sagar, akanakatte, Jogimatti, and jattinga, Rameswara.

Bider : Bidar is the northern most district of Karnataka. Medieval Bidar was widely renowned for its splendor, as a seat of learning, cultural marvels and as a capital Bidar is situated almost in the centre of geographical ‘Deccan’ l on the eastern border of the historical ‘Deccan’. It was a meeting place of several shades of culture from the very beginning.

The history of Bidar had a lot of ups and downs and stories of treachery and bloodbath, but was also marked by good administration and ‘elopement of art, architecture and nature. The historical monuments and s, in and around Bidar city, belong to different periods of history- pre-Kakatiya, Tughluq, Bahamani, Band Shahi, Adil thi, Mughal and Nizami. As far the architecture is concerned, there is an intermixture of Hindu, Turkish and Persian artisanship. Some of the designs decorative patterns seen in the monuments of Bidar are unique in India.

Gulbarga - Gulbarga, the largest district in Karnataka, is a land where the past melds with the present. This historically rich region of the Deccan has been part of a number of kingdoms, prominent among which are the Rashtrakutas and the Bahamanis. A treasure home of architectural delights, Gulbarga is justly famous for the grandeur of the many Indo-Saracenic monuments that dot the landscape. Making it a destination that takes one back through the pages of history.

Somnathpur – Situated in the unobtrusive village of Somnathpur, 35km from Mysore, the exquisitely carved, star-shaped Kesava temple with triple towers is a perfect example of Hoysala architecture. The friezes on its outer walls with their intricately carved rows of caparisoned elephants, charging horsemen, and mythological birds and beasts will leave you spellbound. Beautifully sculpted images of gods, goddesses, and scenes from the epics, as well as the remarkably ornate ceilings in the pillared hall will take your breath away.

Halebeedu – Just 17km away from Belur is Halebeedu, the ancient capital of the Hoysalas. The temple, perched on a star-shaped base amidst lawns is a sculptural extravaganza. Its walls are richly carved with an endless variety of Hindu deities, sages, stylised animals, birds, and friezes depicting the life of the Hoysala kings. The temple complex has a museum which houses the idols, statues, busts, and sculptures excavated by the Archaeological Department from the ruins.

Tipu’s Fort & Palace – A visit to Tipu’s Fort is an enriching experience. Built in 1791, this summer retreat of Tipu Sultan in Bangalore is a two-storied ornate wooden structure with fluted pillars, cusped arches and balconies. It now houses a museum, which contains artefacts relating to the Hyder-Tipu regime.

Popular Beaches in India


The natural beauty, exotic locations and rich heritage has helped India to stand as the most visited and most popular tourist spot in the world. The status of “Incredible India”, is defined by an incredible range of nature’s blessings on the Indian subcontinent and this incredibility is doubled by one of the most fabulous tourism option available in the country that are the brilliant and majestic beaches in India. Tourists find it hard to resist from three SSS significance of natural beaches in India that are sea, sun and sand. The magnificent beaches in India fulfil desire of beach lovers and water sports enthusiasts, thereby making the beach tourism in Incredible India, the right choice.

In India the most beautiful beaches are located in states of Goa – Beaches Hub, Kerala – God’s own country, Karnataka – India’s pride and Tamil Nadu – East India’s heritage. Some of the most popular beaches in India are as follows:

Gokarna Beach – Karnataka

Om Beach Gokarna

Om beach Gokarna

Paradise Beach Gokarna

Paradise beach Gokarna


Gokarna is one the beaches in India that shows the ancient (prime and successful days) of Goa – World’s paradise, and stands where four India’s most pure and secluded beaches are in the range. The beach finds its location in a remote and small town of Northern Karnataka giving a fair chance for religious pilgrims and joyous holiday seekers to rejoice with immense zeal and enthusiasm.

Varkala Beach – Kerala


The magnificent sight of sun dissolving in the Sea can be experienced at Varakal Beach in state of Kerala, which is 42 K.M away from Thrivanathampuram. The setting of the Varkala Beach is stunning, and an eye-catchy breathtaking popular Indian beach giving the view of endless Arabian Sea. The coconut palms, hotels, and old-fashioned shops are aligned along the surface of footpath stretching along the length of beach’s stretch. The magnetic attraction of the Varkala beach is not only because of its perfect scenic brilliance but also the mineral water that flows down the hill which is believed to have medicinal properties, and the 800 year old Janardhan Temple dedicated to Hanuman and Ayyappan (Hinduism lords), where even non-Hindu visitors are permitted in to discover its majestic sanctity.

Marari Beach – Kerala


The Marari Beach is known to rest in Marari, which is a small fisherman’s village in Kerala – God’s own country. The beach offers a chance to the visitors to explore Kerala’s backwaters and is peaceful beach, which is not that far from Alleppey in Kerala.

Kovalam Beach – Kerala


The Kovalam beach in India is an internationally famous beach of Kerala and has been the favourite tourist spot since time immemorial. The huge rocky capes have helped to calm the roaring water of the sea thus making it ideal for bathing in the sea. The lively beach of Kovalam is known to attract huge crowd due to its majestic sun-bath, relaxing herbal massage, outstanding cultural programmes and magnificent cruise etc.

Mahabalipuram Beach – Tamil Nadu

The most popular eastern coast beach in India is cherished by those tourists who come to spend a quality time in revitalizing Mahabalipuram beach by relaxing at the resorts there.

Baga Beach – North Goa

With a majestic scenic brilliance where sun, sea and sand are known to give immense relief to the tourists from hectic schedule of life; coming from every nook and corner of the globe. One of the most happening beaches in India, where peaceful nature’s blessing, pure ‘n’ fresh air, coconut and palm trees are known to double the experience of holiday makers.

Palolem Beach – South Goa

Being Goa’s most beautiful beach, which is encompassed by dense forest of coconut palms in remote southern part of Goa with expansive white sand, the Palolem Beach is Goa’s popular beach. The Beach is a mile long with semi-circular shape continues to attract maximum count of crowd from all around.

Anjuna Beach – North Goa

With 30 K.M stretch of the coastline bagged by the Arabian Sea, the Anjuna Beach is located in North Goa. The exotic beach of Anjuna is known to attract a wide variety of visitors from all corners of the globe with magnetic attraction of Chapora Fort and Flea Market.

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Jaipur is a famous city of India that was established in1727 by king Sawai Jaisingh also known as Pink city and it is a very popular tourist destination visited by many people from across the country. Jaipur is one of the biggest and most beautiful cities in the state of Rajasthan, and it is a prime place for tourism.

Since there are countless hotels in Jaipur and it is very difficult to briefly describe everyone, so we are giving the detail of most popular heritage hotels of jaipur with a short description.

Hotel Alsisar Haveli: Built in 1892, the Hotel Alsisar Haveli Jaipur incorporates the finesse of traditional Rajput architecture and is a sight to behold. The large elevated platforms of Alsisar Haveli that dominates the central area of the ground floor and once used for get-togethers by the gents of the house is now open to guest who can witness puppet shows and folk dances while enjoying their snacks or drinks. The spacious lobby of Hotel Alsisar Haveli, which opens into the chowk (inner courtyard), was a century ago used by the ladies of the house and is now open to guest for a tete-a-tete.

Bharat Mahal Palace: Bharat Mahal Palace is 90 years old royal residence now converted into hotel run by Col. Jitendra Singh Chomu. He is a scion is the house of Chomu. The senior most thikana under the Jaipur state. Maharaja Prithvi Raj Singhji of Amber’s fourth son Gopalji was ruler of Chomu and Samode Thikana, The descendents of Gopalji like Nathaji, Manohar Dasji etc. fought many battles under Maharaja Sawai Man Singhji of Jaipur.

Hotel Bissau Palace: Bissau Palace is an elegant traditional hotel built in 1919 and recently renovated. Close to the walled city of Jaipur and overlooking the Tiger fort the Bissau Palace offers an oasis of calm, care, comfort and respite from the ‘heat and dust’ of the city.

Castle Kanota: Spread over 8 acres of land, the Castle Kanota is truly a magnificent experience. Built in 1872, the Castle is located just 15 km. east of Jaipur on the Jaipur-Agra road.
With a built in Museum and a Library which displays gold work and unique collection of rare books the property will transport you back to the grandeur of the past.

Hotel Chirmi Palace: Chirmi Palace is a 150 year old residence now converted into a hotel being run by Thakur Vikram Singhji. He is a scion of the house of Chomu, the senior most ‘Thikana” under the state of Jaipur. Vikram Singhji’s ancestor, Thakur Mohan Dasji was responsible for the conquest of Afghanistan. The booty from this conquest financed the construction of the fabled pink city. Moreover the colours captured from the Afghans were incorporated to make the famous Panchranga (5 colored) flag of Jaipur.

Hotel Diggi Palace: The Hotel Diggi Palace is a part of the original haveli of the Thakurs of Diggi, and is nestled amidst 18 acres of a cluster of havelis, structures and gardens owned by the family. The family also resides in the main part of the haveli and takes active part in the upkeep and administration of the hotel, thereby ensuring that the guest does not only enjoy the relaxing ambience and peaceful environs but also the warmth and homely atmosphere provided by the family.

Hotel Hari Mahal Palace: Built in 1930 by descendents of Maharaja Prithvi Raj of Amber (1503 AD – 1528 AD), Hari Mahal, a palatial mansion set in a huge garden is the perfect example of Rajput and Mughal architecture. The Hari Mahal Palace has large spacious rooms that are tastefully done and retained in the century style with none of the pictures or furniture removed from its premises. An interesting feature of the palace is the fact that almost all the rooms overlook its huge gardens providing an arresting view of lush green lawns, flowers and trees.

Sikar Haveli: Sikar Haveli was built in early 1880 which has been converted into a hotel with elegantly furnished bespoke rooms.


Hotel Mandawa Haveli: Mandawa Haveli was built in 1896 by Thakur Bhagwat Singhji, the 15th ruler of Mandawa,. This feudal principality in the heart of the Shekhawati region was ruled by the clan of Kachhawa Rajputs from the house of Amber. Their ancestor Rao Shekhaji was a scion of the house of Amber who struck out and carved a separate kingdom for himself to the north of Jaipur which was named Shekhawati (The garden of Shekha) after him.


Naila Bagh Palace: The Naila Bagh Palace dates from the late 1872 and still maintains it’s original attributes. Located at Moti Doongri Road, it is a delightful place to wander through and relive the past. The Nayla Art Gallery promoted by Kr. Dushyant Singh Ji of Naila will be a confluence for art lovers, critics by encouraging interactions, thereby providing a spark to creativity and leading to a more integrated approach to the art process, as well as providing a forum for sharing global work done in the field of art.


Narain Niwas Palace Hotel: Narain Niwas was built in the 1928 by General Amar Singh, Thakur of Kanota, Commander of the Jaipur State Forces and confident of the then Maharaja, Sawai Man Singh. General Amar Singh was the grandson of Thakur Zorawar Singh, founder of the Kanota family. Thakur Shivnath Singh, (General Amar Singhji’s brother) supervised the actual construction. The new mansion was named after their father, Thakur Narain Singh, who had been Chief of police in Jaipur State as well as a minister at the neighbouring princely state of Alwar.


With some help from Forbes, The India Street has compiled its list of the Top Ten 10 business hotels in India. The criteria we used consist of the following:

•Luxury accommodations rating
•Business friendly atmosphere
•Customer service

“It wasn’t until five or six years ago that India started offering really upscale hotels,” says Pallavi Shah, owner of Our Personal Guest, a New York City luxury-travel consultancy that has been planning trips to the country since 1989. “Many of the supposedly five-star hotels were in converted palaces that were aesthetically beautiful, but they just didn’t meet international standards of luxury.”

What surprises foreign business travelers the most when visiting India is the price of the rooms. The average price is around $450 for the hotels listed below. The second most often heard quote from foreign business travelers to India is that the service is exceptional and much better than they receive in their home countries.

1. Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, Mumbai

This 565-room hotel brings together Moorish, Oriental and Florentine styles with vaulted alabaster ceilings, onyx columns, archways, hand-woven silk carpets, crystal chandeliers and a cantilever stairway. It offers panoramic views of the Arabian Sea and the Gateway of India. The 46 suites come with personal butlers and are decked out in British Raj.

Leela Palace

2. Leela Palace Bangalore

The Leela Palace Hotel is a popular Five Star Hotel in Bangalore with all the world-class comforts under one roof. The Leela Palace Hotel in Bangalore has an array of 254 well-equipped rooms. All of these room are furnished with the latest amenities. Its most unique feature is a three level shopping mall with high-end stores.
Tip: If you are a business traveler staying through the weekend, their Sunday Brunch is incredible!
Visit http://www.theleela.com/hotel-bangalore.html

3. Trident Hilton Gurgaon

The hotel is more like an outdoor art exhibit than traditional hotel. Completely gated, this hotel could be located anywhere in the world where one will find it difficult to ascertain the sites outside of the gates. The hotel is actually owned and run by Oberoi but the Hilton name remains on the hotel.

Trident Hilton Gurgaon is a business hotel with a difference. Set in an expanse of 7 beautifully landscaped acres, the building has an imposing yet serene presence, a resort like ambience. It is characterized by domes, long corridors and walkways, inner courtyards, reflection pools and fountains. The hotel has 136 rooms, which include a Presidential suite and 6 Executive suites, overlooking the garden, courtyards and reflection pools, the rooms are elegantly furnished and appointed with modern conveniences.

Tip: Try to eat at all of the restaurants. Each is excellent and offers completely different food selections.

4. Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur

Situated on the banks of Lake Pichola, the 87 rooms of this property boast private walled courtyards, silken parasols, marble baths, inlaid furniture and Rajput decorations. The hotel overlooks the historic City Palace, and the spa building has lake views and a range of Ayurvedic treatments like a Shirodhara, or “third eye,” massage.
Visit http://www.oberoihotels.com/

5. Leela Kempinski Mumbai

The Leela Kempinski Mumbai is much more than just a business hotel and has a lot to offer to the leisure traveller too. Reflecting the city’s status as the cultural capital of the country, this premier business hotel gracefully serves up an array of living, dining and
Visit: http://www.theleela.com/hotel-mumbai.html

6. Rambagh Palace Hotel, Jaipur

Built in 1835 and the former residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur, this majestic property has extensive gardens filled with roses, orchids and marigolds, and trees which monkeys regularly hang from. The 85 rooms are decked out with rich silk curtains and four-poster beds. The 14 suites have Rajisthani artwork and an on-call butler.
Visit http://www.tajhotels.com

7. The Four Seasons, Mumbai

lifestyle choices for guests. So do drop in at one of the finest 5 star deluxe hotels in India and discover the essence of modern-day India.
Visit http://www.fourseasons.com

8. Imperial Hotel, New Delhi

Located in a 1930s Victorian-style building, this hotel is famous for its priceless collection of British art, which includes works by artists such as William Hodges and Emily Eden. The 231 rooms have Bang and Olufsen televisions, DVD players and views of the property’s three acres of manicured gardens and trees.
Visit http://www.theimperialindia.com/

9. Taj Coromandel Chennai

This well located fusion of rich South Indian design cues and classic European elegance, the Taj Coromandel gives guests the best of both worlds – business and leisure in the heart of the city. A preferred venue of Heads of state, royalty, and the who’s who of the corporate world, this hotel is the only member of the exclusive “Leading Hotels of the World”.

10 Sheraton Maurya, New Delhi

The Maurya, New Delhi has been the preferred residence of visiting heads of state and global business leaders for over 25 years. This extraordinary hotel combines an historic aura with contemporary facilities to create an unrivalled luxury hotel experience. Situated in the heart of the exclusive Diplomatic Enclave and surrounded by views of Delhi’s green belt – the forested ridge, our business hotel is a convenient 14 kilometers (25 minutes) from the International Airport. An imposing structure of timeless luxury boasts inspiring architecture and a majestic ambiance – a tribute to the age of the great Mauryan Dynasty, which created the golden era of Indian history.

Courtesy: http://www.scribd.com/doc/244654/Top-Ten-10-Business-Hotels-in-India

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Top 10 Hotels Of India.


Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur:

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Located at the middle of Pichola lake build by white marble. Hotel Taj lake palace build by Maharana Jagat Singh II, in 1764, who was the 62 successor of dynasty of Mewar. The Taj Lake Palace spreads across a four-acre island – an almost surreal vision in marble. One side of the lake the Aravalli Mountains is placed and lofty palaces on the other create a spectacular vision.

http://www.tajhotels.com/palace/Taj%20Lake%20Palace%2CUdaipur/

Old Harbour Hotel, Kochi:

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Located at the heart of kochi(Kerala). It is a 300 hundred year old building hat has for long been a heritage monument of this town and now reopened as a boutique hotel. It was Build in the Dutch style architecture with a little influences of Portuguese. It was the first hotel of old Cochin.

http://www.oldharbourhotel.com/

Taj Rambagh Palace, Jaipur:

hotel rambag palace jaipur

Locates in the capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur. The Rambagh palace built in 1835 for the queen’s favorite handmaiden Kesar Badaran on a modest scale and later refurbished as a royal guesthouse in 1925 and converted into a palace. The Rambagh Palace offers its guests a taste of royal living – a luxury and extravagance that was once the sole preserve of kings.

http://www.tajhotels.com/Palace/Rambagh%20Palace%2CJAIPUR/

Sajhome, Kochi:

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Currently located at heart of Fortkochi, Heritage tourist place in Kerala. You can get the test of  high quality Hospitality at Sajhome. Available Elephant, waterfalls trips House boat cruise for 24 hrs.

http://www.sajhome.com/

Orange County, Kabini, Mysore:

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Orange County, Kabini is located near Bheeramballi Village at a distance of 245 Kms from Bangalore by road. This area constitutes the largest contiguous forest cover in this part of the world and is part of the Nilgiri biosphere, the largest in Asia.

http://www.orangecounty.in/kabini/about-kabini.php

Jas Vilas, Jaipur:

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Located in capital of Indian state, Rajasthan. It is developed by Mahendra and Rajyashree Singh from their ancestral family home. The picturesque and serene environs make unique. The vast range of services is at par with services available in big luxury hotels of any part of the world.

www.jasvilas.com/

Hotel Fifu, Jaisalmer:

fitu jaiselmer

One of the best hotels of jaiselmer and managed by Fifu and Jitu who have over 15 years experience working with visitors in Jaisalmer. It maintain the best standard of service and cleanliness whilst providing you hassle free accommodation in Jaisalmer. Camel safari is main attaraction.

Devi Niketan, Jaipur:

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Located at the center of the pink city Jaipur. Run by Admiral Madhvendra Singh and his wife. The property kept natural ship shaped. It was built in 1934 by Thakur Devi Singhji, the ruler of Chomu, for his sixth son.

http://www.deviniketan.com/

The Oberoi Grand, Kolkata:

hotel oberai grand kolkata

The Oberoi Grand, fondly referred as the ‘Grande Dame of Chowringhee’ offers the ultimate classical residence in the City of Joy. This heritage hotel’s neo-classical facade and grand pillared entrance mark a successful fusion of classical Victorian and traditional Indian style and reflect the city’s colonial history.

http://www.oberoihotels.com/oberoi_kolkata/index.asp

The Zuri Kumarakom, Kumarakom:

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Opened in 2006, The Zuri Kumarakom, Kerala Resort & Spa is the winner of the 2007 and 2008 ‘Best Resort Spa Hotel in India’ title. Home to the largest spa in South India, Maya Spa offers not only western and oriental therapies but also authentic Ayurvedic practices at our resort in Kerala. The distinctive Body Temple, picturesquely situated on an island in the centre of the lagoon, is the perfect location for yoga, meditation or simply quiet contemplation.

http://www.thezurihotels.com/kumarakom/?gclid=CO6h5aDh1KYCFUQa6wod2HrgFw

Ref: http://www.tripadvisor.com/


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Kerala is popular for its Ayurveda and well known for its ayurvedic centers, if you are traveling to this God’s own country, you just cannot ignore the wonderful attraction that Kerala has to offer. This southern state of India has numerous Ayurveda.
centers that is often referred as Ayurvedic resorts of Kerala. These Ayurveda clinics throughout Kerala are integral parts of a Kerala ayurveda tour and today it is visited by thousand of tourists from several parts of the globe to gain ayurvedic benefits.

Ayurveda was invented in India at almost 3000 B.C. by maharishi “Patanjali” to serve a healthy, free from disease and a long life. Today Ayurveda tour of Kerala is most popular and effective as this region has the supply most of herbs and other minerals that are vital for preparing the remedies required for many diseases and weakness. In addition, there are plentiful sources of oils in Kerala, which are significantly used for the treatment.

Shirodhara- In this ayurvedic treatment, medicated milk and herbal oils are poured for duration of about 45 minutes on the forehead in a day. This ayurvedic healing process is very effective to reduce mental tension and skin diseases.

Udwarthanam- This massage is done by powder. Udwarthanam is done in upwards direction with a mixture of herbal powders. It’s very effective to cure certain conditions of Hemiplegia and reduce the obesity. It makes body strong and also good for skin.

Sirovasti- In this treatment lukewarm medicated oil used for entire head and then place a lather cap on the head to maintain temperature. It is very effective in migraine, deafness, diseases affecting cranial nerves, facial paralysis, insanity, diseases of the head and eyes, chronic cold, sinusitis, rheumatism, arthritis, abscesses and wounds etc. In fact this treatment is good for all diseases.

Apart from mentioned  above there are lots of other treatment like Abhyangam, Elakizhi, Pizhicle, Navarakizh, Thalapothichil, Nasyam, Kadikizhi to make you fit and fresh. you can also take advantage of ayurveda massage programs that are usually provided in such tours as well.

If you are going to visit Kerala and trying to find out such resorts where you avail Ayurvedic treatments with enjoying your holidays. I suggest “Kiarali – The Ayurvedic Healing Village” locates at Palakkad, Kerala for complete ayurvedic retreatment.

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