In the year 2010, the invigorating concept for RemarkableIndia.com was conceived by two friends and partners out of an earnest realization that the rich heritage of India needs to be exhibited on a global level. Remarkable India Tourism Development Pvt. Ltd. was formally established in the July of 2010. And, after the visits to the glorious regions of Delhi, Agra, Rajasthan and Kerala over which an original database of pictures and articles was built, RemarkableIndia.com was launched on 1st of January, 2011.
At the foundation of this venture are two professionals from diverse fields, who together form a unique skill-set and a vision for many dreams. Amol Bakshi, a specialist from the tourism sector, is a founder and partner in Pushpak Tourism and Overseas, the number one travel agency in Marathwada region of Maharashtra, India. With his vast experience in the field of travel and tourism, he brings in the sound knowledge based on which the venture has excelled in its early phase. Sarang Mahajan, on the other hand is a writer and web-designer, who brings in the technical know-how and a creative edge.
RemarkableIndia.com aims at providing potential travelers from outside India a source of information that can help them plan their trip to India. Through its thoughtfully designed sections, the website provides information not only about the destinations but also a lot of tips and tricks to spend a great holiday in India. The places with detailed coverage offer original photographs and articles based on personal visits. While the team-Remarkable takes its time covering this vast nation, every region during the appropriate season, the visitors have been provided with original articles based on research for the destinations yet to be covered, so they can still plan a perfect holiday.
This venture born out of a true passion for travel and Indian heritage has been blessed with a remarkable team of web designers, programmers, researchers and writers. With these assets, the venture seeks to enter new domains of tourism development in India over 2012.