Few sites on the internet are worth mentioning and your site is the
torch bearer. Wonderful job.
Dayakar Reddy, Vancouver, Canada
I think the site is extremely well designed and has much to
contribute to the joy of a tired business executive. Suggestions of
activities and advice on tourist destinations has made life much easier
for those seeking to explore India to the fullest. Lots of luck to all
you people out there. Keep the show going for all of us out here.
Was checking out
your fascinating site. Am verrry impressed. Have sent this link to a few
of my friends abroad who love to travel to India. Have added it to my
favourites. Keep on with the good work
An impressed browser,
Dear Ms. Butalia,
I visited your portal and found
it very informative and content-rich...
Its home page gives a slightly 'crowded' feel though... Apart from the info, your travelogues convey the spirit of the place one is interested in...
I was amazed to see that you write on film personalities with equal
It seems 'Life' keeps calling you from all its plains , heights and
valleys and you keep visiting it with your characteristic vigour and
Happy travelling , madam.!!
Thanks for your great site! As an Indophile, I can never get enough
on this highly detailed part of the world. I like to see something new
each time I visit, and you've given me some great ideas. Thanks so much.
Leonard J Moore
I was just surfing on the Net, when I
chanced upon the site. I must congratulate you for compiling so much
information about this wonderful country of ours. I do hope that you
will provide more information about the North East of India, which is to a
large extent, unexplored. This region offers a host of flora, fauna,a
variety of physical features and a rich culture. We should focus on the exploration and preservation of fragile
regions and environments, like the N.E. of India.
Its overall a very cooooool site.....its the best :-)
Your page is EXCELLENT. Some of the Impressions I read in it almost
brought tears to my eyes, when I remembered my visit to the places.
There was a tingle in my spine. How do you get such articles? Who
contributes them? Can I contribute something?
Suyash Sinha, India
Editor's note: Suyash Sinha's entry Impressions
on Chennai for contest no 1 has won the first prize.
As an NRI scientist from Kerala, who has travelled extensively in
five continents and in over 15 major cities, (I am the author of 11
travelogue books in Malayalam language!), I found your site extremely
interesting. I am sure that the travel-buffs will relish every bit(byte)
of information provided therein. Keep it up, and Thanks a lot indeed.
Enjoyed reading India Travelogue. Please keep it up. Miss India very
much. You people are bringing back all the fond memories. Thank you.
Hi Romola, Thank you very very much for the useful information you
categorize. Your composition is very captivating too.
Hopefully, we will get a chance in the very near future to check out
these wonderful places. I had travelled extensively when I was a kid so
the majestic impressions of our mighty Himalayas is etched in my mind. I
have created a folder dedicated exclusively to all the travel
information that we are going to consult while planning our next trip to
Nandini Mitra Banerjee
The articles on Sikkim and the complete editorial is too good. I am
greatly fascinated by the place and intend to go there.
Ganga Krishnan, India
Hello, This is great site- I was very happy to find it specially
since I had been looking for something like this for a while. My parents
and I lived in Saharanpur while I was growing up and I went on a number
of hikes around Dehra Dun, Mussorie and the sourrounding area- it was
very beautiful- and I have very fond memories of it- although on my last
visit to that region, a few years ago, I was unhappy to see how much
forest had been cut down and the reforestation that has happened is not
quiet the same.
Pushpa Tandon, USA
Hello there Just wanted to compliment you on your wonderful website.
The pictures are great, the articles are excellent and I am definitely
going to recommend it to my friends.
Lakshmi Kattepur, USA
It is an impressive site, and my hearty
congratulations to its developers.
Swaminathan Mahalingam, USA
Hi, I happened to visit your website today and was very excited. Its
an excellent site and I was especially attracted by the Lakshadweep
First of all accept my many congratulations on
promoting tourism in the interior part of India. I read your article on
Sravanabelagola, Karnataka. This place is only 100kms away from Mysore
and I had been to Mysore twice, but did not know about it. When I go to
Mysore next, I will definitely make it to Hassan, Belur and Halebid
along with Sravanabelagola.
I clearly believe that there is no point in promoting tourism in
developed areas like Agra,Udaipur,Goa,Mysore,Manali,Ooty etc.Because
these are already known to everyone around the globe. Therefore we must
focus on exotic and beautiful locations from other part of India. I
belong to Orissa and there the tourism department always does something
to promote tourism in Puri, Bhubaneswar, Konark, Chilica ignoring
hundreds of beautiful places. I am requesting you to provide something
about Orissa also. This will give a big boost to tourism in India.
After reading the articles about India, we who are staying miles away
from our motherland get enormous pleasure and feel as if we are quite
close to our near and dear ones. Keep doing the good work you are doing.
All the very best.
Suraj Kumar Behera,
Suggestions/comments: Congratulations, you have designed an
interesting site that was obviously well thought out. It provides the
necessary content to give the viewer an excellent picture of what India
really has to offer. I hope to visit someday.
Howard Friedman, USA
Congratulations on a Fabulous Job. Well done. This site contains all
the info we needed about a particular place.
Vinit Tare, New Delhi, India