From Tigers to Tombs

and all things heritage…..a trip covering the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India.

Who’s heard about us?

DNA, April 29, 2012

Mid Day, April 8, 2012

The Times of India, March 25, 2012

The Hindu, March 11, 2012

Deccan Chronicle, February 20,2012


9 thoughts on “Who’s heard about us?

  1. Like what you guys are up to. Would love to cover it all one day, though not in one shot like you all. It must be a hard grind travelling across the country but I am sure the experience is worth a life time. India being one of the ancient civilization, heritage is one thing that is an integral and unique part of us. Glad you picked that up as the theme for the travel. Will keep an eye on the blog every week. Cheers!

    • From Tigers to Tombs on said:

      Thank you..yes even we decided to go ahead with the grind just because of the awesome theme we had..dint want to miss out on visiting the iconic sites that symobolises our rich keep reading the blog..we also have a Facebook page going by the same name..

  2. Hi Aniketh & Sulesh just got to know about you UNESCO Inddia sites project from The Hindu (we get it two days later in Calcutta).

    Best wishes from a fellow wordpress blogger (

    Rangan Datta.

  3. Hey guys,
    This is an awesome trip plan! And good to hear that you’ve been getting media attention too. Just curious, how did you guys get mentioned by UNESCO though?

  4. Pascale on said:

    Hey guys,
    I was just thinking about you two and our time together. It was awesome and I thank you a lot!! I miss India sooo much, it’s such a beautiful country!
    Wish you all the best in your future and keep travelling 🙂
    Whenever you want to visit Switzerland – you are welcome:)

    • From Tigers to Tombs on said:

      Hi Pascale! Good to see you following the blog. Glad you enjoyed India. It was fun with traveling with you. You should be our guest writer in the blog considering you saw close to 10 world heritage sites with us!

  5. Hi!

    We have also heard of your wonderful trip as far as in Denmark. And we at Alt Om INDIEN (all about India) would love to translate abstracts of your blogposts into danish, bring some of the pictures and link to the blog. All will be published under your own names.

    We hope to help bring attention of the fantastic sites, you visits – and to help tourist to decide to go to India and have the time of their lifes 🙂

    How do you feel about that?

    All the best

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