Our photo shows two lovers at sunset on Karde beach, Konkan, India. This month’s Photo of the Month competition has the theme of ‘romance’. We’ve extended the deadline for entries until 25 January. Got an interesting India romance image? Enter now!
It’s been a while since we rounded up our favourite tweets from fellow Twitter users and interesting posts we’ve seen elsewhere. So here’s a look at some that have stuck out recently…
Waterfalls of India
A look at the numerous magnificent waterfalls of India, making you realise what a rich country India is when it comes to natural wonders. An awesome collection.
Vijay Ramanathan has produced a fascinating guide to the bird-life that visitors to Ranganthittu Bird Sanctuary can enjoy. The piece includes images of storks, egrets and pelicans snapped by Vijay and a great capture of a tern laying eggs on a rock.
Top Taj tips
If you’re planning a trip to see the Taj Mahal, you’d be wise to take a look at these useful tips from the GotSaga site. Find out the best entrance point, why you shouldn’t take an mp3 player, and how to grab the best photos of the iconic attraction.
The children of India
Foreign orphanage volunteer Shelley Seale has written a warm account of her experiences working with children in India. “They are what bring me back to India over and over,” she writes on the BreatheDreamGo blog.
Incidentally you may have missed our own video featuring India voluntary worker Liam talking about his homestay.
Unmissable spots for adventure tourists
Finally TravelVista took a look at five destinations that adventure enthusiasts should consider when planning their India trip. Including Jim Corbett National Park.
Find out about the homestay experience and don't forget to check out our ideas on things to do in India or browse our India homestays.