The harvest festival of Baisakhi popularly celebrated in North India coincides with the Songkran festival of Thailand, the Thingyan in Myanmar and the Aluth Avurudda in Sri Lanka. In all the latter three festivals, the coming of a New Year is the central theme and involves various indigenous ways of celebrations.
The Benuban Vihar monastery is situated 2 km from the capital city of Agartala in Tripura. One of the important pilgrim centres for Buddhism in northeast India, the monastery has a small shrine that houses metal idols of Bodhisatva and Lord Buddha.
Daroji Sloth bear sanctuary is located in Karnataka. Near to the historical site of Hampi, The sanctuary is spread over 55 square km of land. The objective of setting up this sanctuary was exclusively the preservation of Indian Sloth bears.
The city of Kannauj, situated on the banks of Ganges in Uttar Pradesh in also known as the city of perfumes. It was the capital of Harshavardhan and since the ancient era, the city was famous for its scents especially the rose fragrance and also for tobacco.
Nandadevi Raj Jaat yatra also known as Himalayan Kumbh is held in Uttarakhand. The 20 day festival is celebrated in the respect of Nanda Devi and takes place in every 12 years. The festival includes a 280 km treck the devotees measure as a part of religious traditions and customs.
Electronic City is an information technology hub in Bangalore, India, located in Anekal taluk. It is one of India's largest electronic industrial parks, spread over 800 acres (3.2 km²) in Konappana Agrahara and Doddathogur villages in Bangalore.
Meenakshi Temple is a historic Hindu temple located on the southern bank of the Vaigai River in the temple city of Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. It is dedicated to Parvati, known as Meenakshi, and her consort, Shiva, here named Sundareswarar
The Gadchiroli forest division of Maharashtra established Vulture Restaurants with the aim of conserving the scavenger birds that are dwindling in numbers. The restaurants are located in strategically designed places with regular supply of safe food that will be include dead animals. At present the Gadchiroli region has three such restaurants.
Lion Capital of Asoka is a sculpture of four Indian lions standing with their backs to each other. This sculpture has been adopted as the National Emblem of India. This Buddhist symbol erected during the reign of Ashoka has four animals that are represented as the guardians of the four directions: the lion of the north, the elephant of the east, the horse of the south and the bull of the west.