#saveTourism rally in Delhi on Wrold Tourism Day

“Tourism needs immediate government intervention” –Shiv Raj Singh

While most shared memories of their trips on World Tourism Day (September 27), the people who are the backbone of the industry held a peaceful car rally in Delhi to #SaveTourism. The impact of COVID-19 has been felt deeply and most in this industry as travel is at a standstill. Around 300 tour operators and agents participated in this rally Continue reading “Tourism needs immediate government intervention” –Shiv Raj Singh

Numero Uno tattoos on jeans

Numero Uno, India’s own jean manufacturer, has eco-friendly practices at its unit in Gurugram

Dressed in a pair of light blue jeans and denim jacket, the sauve MD Narinder Singh, gave our group a glimpse of how jeans are born. It was in the 1980s that this man with a vision wanted to make denim a statement in India. The country was waking up to denim with the rise of pop culture. Filling in the gap, he put up a 10-acre green plant with locally assembled machines, manual washing and a long time consuming manual whiskering and moustaching and crinkling methodology. Continue reading Numero Uno, India’s own jean manufacturer, has eco-friendly practices at its unit in Gurugram

Beautiful mountains, Mussoorie, Uttarakhand, India

Finding Heritage In The Hills: WelcomHeritage Kasmanda Palace

Dating back to 1836, WelcomHeritage Kasmanda Palace hotel has a story in every corner. And if you spend some time with its current owners, Raja Dinraj Pratap Singh and his wife, you’ll get to hear the stories and about their ancestral lineage. They live on the premises and are involved in the day-to-day operations. And that’s why it seems less like a hotel and more like a well-run home Continue reading Finding Heritage In The Hills: WelcomHeritage Kasmanda Palace