Monday, October 17, 2011
When traveling in Asia a must visit country has to be India! Umm did someone say something negative disregard all the anti comments facts are facts and all countries have hyperbole that may be meant to deter people! That’s life so let us embrace the millions of positives about the majestic and memorable travel paradise of Asia the one and only India with a population that excels in hospitality to support - Travel in India by Air – Road and Train and of course on lakes and rivers they are boats, dinghies, yachts et al.
One friend who has just been travelling around India for over 2 months has been waxing lyrical about the stellar online Indian Travel resource IndiaTravelBlog.Net. This truly exceptional resource that can be accessed around the clock 365/24/7 is a mine of useful information about accommodation – travel and history and much more. Also with essential apps like – Cities Distance Calculator – Cuisines of India – Culture of India – Fairs and Festivals – History – Maps – Airports – Embassies – Religions and a plethora of jewels of information about the Republic of India
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Remembered as the most important event in Rajput history, the battle of Haldighati was an “Indecisive Battle”. It was fought between Akbar (Ruler of Mughals) and Maharana Pratap Singh I (Ruler of Rajputs). The political struggle behind the battle was that by fifteenth century nearly all Rajput kingdoms had surrendered under Mughal ruler, except Mewar who was unwilling to compromise on its independence. To persuade Mewar Ruler Rana Pratap Singh, Akbar had sent many envoys to have talks on peace treaties. Ultimately, Rana Pratap did agree to sign the treaty but only on his own terms that he would not tolerate the leadership of any foreign ruler. - Attribution to IndiaTravelBlog.Net
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Way to go IndiaTravelBlog.Net website sizzles with content and travel information, a great resource for using when traveling across India.