Our guide
to India

Welcome to November's chapter of our own PQE worldwide guide, where we will explore some of our consultants' recommendation for places to eat and visit when you visit our subsidiaries.

About our cover photo of the month

For this month’s cover photo we chose to show the colorful string of Tibetan prayer flags that connects the two crests of the Peak of Victory over Leh, in Ladakh, India. Ladakh is also known as “Little Tibets” or “the land of the high passes” because of its proximity to Himalaya and Karakorum ranges. In the far back you can see Namgyal Tsemo Gompa, a beautiful Buddhist monastery, founded in 1430 and famous for its three-story high gold statue of the future Buddha, Maitreya, other then for its ancient manuscripts and frescoes.

Where to eat

New Mysore Refreshments

Shalivahana Main Road

Mysore, Karnataka

Hotel Four Points Ahmedaba

opp. Gujarat College, Ellisbridge

Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Bawarchi

opp. Sandhya Theatre, Jawahar Nagar

Hyderabad, Telangana

What to visit

The magic of Diversity

Taj Mahal
Qutub Minar-Red Fort, Delhi
Jog Falls in Karnataka
Udaipur (City of lakes)
Farm fields of Punjab
Godavari River basin
Parashar Lake and Rohtang Pass

Suggested by Ankur from PQE India

Jump into the sea

Goa
Kochi
Thiruvananthapuram Chennai
Vizag

Suggested by Mukesh from PQE India

Live like a Local

Kullu
Manali
Simla
Masurie
Gangtok
Kashmir

Suggested by Rajendra from PQE India