May 2011 be a joyful, happy and prosperous year

posted under Newsflash   |  06 Jan 2011

Compliments of the season to you! May 2011 be a joyful, happy and prosperous year for you and your loved ones.

2011 sees the Cricket world cup being hosted in India, the Shopping festival taking place in Dubai 20 Jan – 20 Feb and Sivaratri one of the most revered festivals celebrated by Hindus throughout the world, so we have much to look forward to during the months ahead.

We have undertaken some exciting new products within our range for 2011 has brought with it the addition of ...

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Mango Festival in Delhi

posted under Festivals   |  02 Jul 2010

Summer and mangoes are inseparable. There cannot be a summer without mangoes and the regal way of celebrating this ‘king of all fruits’ is surely through a Mango Festival. The international mango festival in Delhi is a tribute to the popularity and the passion which almost everyone shares for these delicious fruits.  It is time for the Mango buffs to rejoice.  Considered as one of the much awaited fairs in the Capital City, the International Mango Festival of Delhi will be held in the month of July.

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East India

posted under Region of the month   |  02 Jul 2010

The regions of East India consisting of West Bengal, Sikkim, Orissa, Bihar and Jharkhand is exotic and largely unexplored, washed by the azure depths of the Bay of Bengal its gradually proving alluring to Indians as well as foreign tourists.

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Summer time in India

posted under Newsflash   |  02 Jun 2010

Summertime in India means Monsoon Season, the onset usually is around 1st June and lasts up until mid September.  There are two major movements as detailed below:
The southwest summer monsoon is attracted to India by a low pressure area that’s caused by the extreme heat of the Thar Desert and adjoining areas, during summer.

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Desert Adventure In India

posted under Region of the month   |  02 Jun 2010

Rajasthan And Gujarat
Spanning through the magnificent states of Gujarat and Rajasthan the Indian Desert is an amazing place to look for truly fantastic wild flora and fauna. Animals and plants in the desert survive in a hostile environment. Intense heat, searing sun, and lack of water are just a few of the challenges facing desert animals and plants. The desert areas of India houses some animals that never drink and plant seeds that can stay alive for years without water are typical of the miracles of this most infirm zone. In the Indian subcontinent, deserts, with an area of about 225,000 sq km covers just under 7% of the total land area.

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