Do you know this?

There are approximately 18000 parents registered with CARA, while the number of children in the Government's adoption pool is less 1800.

Saturday, February 09, 2008

Places to stay in India

Lot of adoptive families when they come to receive their child in India, they are puzzled with a decision to know a good place to stay. Most of their information is from those who have travelled before them and that sometimes can be biased based on different tastes of people.

Here is a list of Bed & Breakfast places in North India compiled by the Government of India. Click here to see the list.

Good luck with your trip.


1 comment:

Fortune Park Hotels Ltd said...

West Bengal, which is located in the eastern part of India, prides itself of a cultural heritage and legacy that dates back to the ancient of times. Kolkata, which is the capital of this land that has given India a number of great personalities, in spite of being a metro, still has a strong cultural essence. However, Kolkata has been very aptly able to manage its dual roles of being a winter holidays’ destination and at the same time business Kolkata. There is hardly any other metro in the country that has such a happy co existence of hardcore business and effervescent culture. No wonder therefore that the city is abundant in business hotels as well as holiday hotels.