Art of Travel - Sita




Dear Travel Professional,

In our continuous effort to share knowledge with you, we are delighted to share the latest series compiled by our Destination Knowledge Centre in the form of a slide show. This time we bring to you Oracles, Shamans, Healers, Balladeers and Quirky Shrines of India from our travels in India. Aptly known as the land of mystiques, India has in its folds many peculiar stories. This slideshow aims to showcase some of the fascinating oddities in our culture and traditions which you will not find in any and every travelogue. To view click here

A high- tea event was organised by Hilton Hotels & Resorts at our office in Gurgaon a couple of days back. It was interesting session for both companies to interact face to face at an open forum, besides interaction over good food is always a positive way to move forward!

As you can see a lot has been happening here at TCI besides the rains which have come into Delhi, for more do follow us on our social media channels for daily product and people updates.

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Dipak Deva
Managing Director


Punjabiyat, Gurdaspur

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"Located about an hour's drive from Amritsar and enroute to Dharamshala, Punjabiyat was a very relaxing end to my trip, where I discovered the exciting possibility of connecting the Golden Triangle (Delhi-Agra-Jaipur) with Amritsar via Shekhawati overland for FIT clients. Yes!! Overland where one need not backtrack to Delhi. And for those with time in hand, from Punjabiyat, it is possible to continue all the way by surface to Shimla via Dharamshala and Pragpur. I am happy to share ideas and the itinerary," says Kuntil from our Destination Knowledge Centre.

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4 days in Kangra Valley


Stories from the Road

Beyond Dharamsala & Mcleodganj

The Kangra Valley of Himachal Pradesh is a mystical land. It is often referred to as ‘Dev Bhoomi’ or the ‘Land of the Gods’. This, as the stunning mountain range of Dhauladhar raises its head to gossip with the sky, is easy to believe. On the foothills of the Dhauladhars are beautiful forests, pretty villages dotting the undulating landscape, and quaint places of worship with their myths and legends. The Kangra Valley is also home to the 14th Dalai Lama and the Tibetan community in exile. Kuntil Baruwa from our Destination Knowledge Centre travelled to Dharamshala to explore the Kangra Valley. In this issue he talks about the spiritual traditions of the Kangra Valley, the leisurely easy paced walks in the countryside, the slow Kangra Toy train ride, the exquisite miniature paintings of the hills and the oldest Fort of India.

Day 1: Arrive Dharamsala. Check-in to your Mcleodganj hotel. Visit the Dalai Lama Monastery in the afternoon for a Kora. A Kora is the Tibetan Buddhist ritual of walking around a sacred site in a clockwise direction. The pleasant walking trail around the Dalai Lama Temple Complex is peaceful, has excellent views. People make a clockwise circuit of the entire Temple Complex. Do so in a leisurely pace. You will notice people sitting and praying and chanting with their prayer beads, prayer wheels or from their books. Take an evening stroll in the Mcleodganj Bazzar.

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Day Out in Kangra Valley

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Product Update


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Family Travel Campaign


Every month, the TCI team comes out with a travel campaign with a specific theme, this time it is about Family Travel. This journey focuses on four corners of India and brings out the best of local culture. Adding to the journey are a select list of boutique camps and lodges, celebratory dinners to match the mood and quirky experiences. If you have missed out on any of our campaigns, do write to us for details, we’ll be happy to share them with you.


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