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April news letter
End of the financial year and start of summer season… How’s that? The start of the new financial year also starts with New Year for Kannadiga’s, Telugu speaking people, Marhathi’s and some North Indians… Unlike the English New year, the local new years have a lot of religious and cultural significance. Wish you all a Happy New Year and Have blast of a time at a cool place near a sea or a Hill top…
March news Letter
Sun comes Marching to heat up the earthlings…With Rathasaptami the sun starts showing its power again and summer starts in this part of planet (India)… Brace for it folks and chill out in the beaches and in the hillstations…
Febraury News Letter
Welcome to the Valentine’s Month. Love is in the Air…Wish you all a lovely Valentines day…
January newsletter
Wish you Very Happy New Year dear Travelers. May in this New Year, you Hop Around India and travel all the best places in India and Travel Safe… In this New Year, we will be coming up with loads of Innovative travel Idea, travel Mobile applications and many More… Keep on visiting our Travel portal….
December Newsletter
Year 2012, has been very eventful for us at HopAroundIndia. Visits to Hoparoundindia.com have more than doubled and are steadily at 50,000 visitors per day this year. This December and this year also sees the calendar date as 20-12-2012. This kind of a date doesn’t come again for the next 89 years. Hoparoundindia team wishes the entire travel enthusiasts a happy new year with loads of adventure and fun filled travel holiday. December is the 12th and the last month of the year according to the Gregorian calendar. December is the month with the shortest daylight hours of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and the longest daylight hours of the year in the Southern Hemisphere.
November
The name of the month 'November' is supposed to be derived from 'Novem' which is the Latin term for the number 'Nine'. In ancient Roman calendar November was the Ninth month after March. As part of the seasonal calendar November is the time of the 'Snow Moon' according to Pagan beliefs and the period is described as the 'Moon of the Falling Leaves' by “Black Elk."
October
There is no season when such pleasant and sunny spots may be lighted on, and produce so pleasant an effect on the feelings, as now in October
September News letter
An awesome month of September welcomes you with Equal light and equal darkness, flowing in Circles... Beckoning the festival season after a lull of few months with the auspicious Ganesh Chaturthi... The month of September radiates with energy transformed from the holy nature...
August News Letter
August is a special month in the year 2012. Generally a full moon occurs after every 29.5 days, so there is one full moon day in every month. But in the month of August, 2012 we will have 2 full moon days i.e on august 2nd and another on august 31st.
July newsLetter
July is the hottest month in most of the Northern hemisphere and coldest month in much of the Southern hemisphere. Just after the death of the flowers, And before they are buried in snow, There comes a festival season, When Nature is all ablaze.
June Newsletter
June Newsletter
May News letter
May in India is considered as the hottest season and the sweetest month. This is the time of the year when the King of the Indian fruits 'Mango' takes over the entire fruit market across the nation and globe. India produces 65% of the world's mango crop outranking all the neighbouring countries of south Asia and also takes the lions share in the processed mangoes export as well. Bombay Yellow, Alampur, Baneshan, Alphonso, Bangalora, Banganapally, Dusehri, Mallika, Amrapali, Himsagar, Malda, Balia, and Shamasi are some of the renowned varieties of mangoes in India. So, travel in India during May allows you to feast on the best of the Mango varieties. The weather may be prickly but certainly everyone will agree that a dose of sweetness from Mangoes will complement and compensate the heat
April Newsletter
April month brings a new beginning to the nation across India. Beginning of a New Hindu calendar year is celebrated across many states in northern and southern India. It also marks a new financial year and the most awaited season of tourism. The popular Chardham pilgrimage of Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath opens officially in April. Above all it is the time to visit the coolest places of this nation bordered with snow peaked mountain ranges of Himalayas including Kullu, Manali and Shimla of Himachal Pradesh and Mussoorie of Uttarakhand
March Newsletter
March Newsletter
feb newsletter
The month of February is an extension of the festivals celebrated in January. As the winter subsides and the summer creeps in, the colorful and lively fairs and festivals of India show-up which distinctively speak of India's rich cultural and traditional background. So, this February it’s HAPPY XPLORING!!!
January Newsletter
The annual Mukteswar Odissi dance festival being hosted by the Department of Tourism on the lawns of the magnificent Mukteswar-Parsurameswar temple complex is set to find expression in the profoundly aesthetic and sculpture filled ancient temple, from the 14th to the 16th of Jan 2012.
Wish You A Merry X-Mas And A Very Happy New Year 2012
Ring in your X-Mas and New Year vacation in Pahalgam, the queen of snow tops in Jammu & Kashmir. During winter, Pahalgam doubles up as a Ski resort when all its slopes get covered with a thick layer of snow. Whether in summer or in winter - Pahalgam offers breath-taking views of the Valley, the Meadows, the Rivers and the Mountains
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