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Sunday, 16 November 2014

Fare War in Indian Skies

Budget carrier IndiGo has announced special fares starting as low as Rs 1,647 (all-inclusive) on select destinations. Tickets for this advance fare scheme must be must be purchased at least 90 days prior to departure. Currently, AirAsia India is also offering promotional tickets starting as low as Rs 380 (all-inclusive) on travel dates between June 10, 2015 and January 17, 2016. The booking for this AirAsia offer is open till November 16 , 2014.

IndiGo's scheme comes in the wake of a similar offer from rival Jet Airways. Jet Airways has announced special fares starting as low as Rs 1,973 (all-inclusive) on select destinations. This offer is valid on economy class travel within India. Tickets for this Jet Airways' advance fare scheme must be must be purchased at least 90 days prior to departure. And the booking for this special Jet Airways offer is open till March 31, 2015.

Other airlines like spicejet, go air and many have also periodically launched advance fare schemes. This has seen passenger traffic rising in recent months. In September, domestic airlines saw a 28 per cent growth in passenger traffic as compared to a year earlier. Domestic budget airline SpiceJet has also been at the forefront of announcing promotional schemes to attract flyers. 
For any airlines Once a plane takes off that empty seat is lost forever."
By selling excess capacity in advance, through advance fare schemes, "Airlines are trying to get rid of excess capacity early so that close to the date to the departure we are leaving with much fuller capacity" 
FareHawker Group Desk for Group Fare 
FareHawker is not a travel agency, we are travel service consultant that specializes in airfare search & group fare arranger. So, we are top accounted with several of the major airlines across the pan India. This means that the airlines know us for high volume of group tickets.We have assigned specific Jockeys to handle all our customers’ needs from airlines. In addition, due to the high volume of group flights we book, we have secured consolidator contracts with many airlines across the India & world.
This recognition allows us to be an effective advocate for our clients, negotiating discount airfares & securing favours when other agencies or travel company can’t. Since we work with so many non-profit organizations, travel agents & travel management companies, we know that every penny counts. Our goal is to provide you with the best value on group airline tickets‚ as well as other additional services

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Groups travel ---

FareHawker gives leisure groups and corporate travelers what they want and need at a great value. If you are traveling with 10+ people, please contact FareHawker Reservations at +91-9311-66 3434.  If you are traveling with 10 or more people on the same flight please, fill out the form below. Please note that all requests are processed in the order received.

Leisure Groups :Whether you're flying with a sports team, religious group, or destination tour, FareHawker GroupDesk program can get your group of 10 or more there, you should take advantage of FareHawker's Group booking Program. You can rest assured we will go the extra mile to provide the best possible fares and the exceptional FareHawker experience you've come to expect from us.

  • Great rates. Your group will receive a customized group fare quote.
  • Low deposits. Just give us a month. Final payment and names are due 30 days prior to departure on domestic trips.

    Incentive Groups:    Reward your employees! Get the best possible fares for groups of 10 or more with FareHawker Incentive Groups program. Your top performing employees deserve our top performing service. Whether you're rewarding your ten best sales people from around the country or sending the entire office on a trip, FareHawker can jet them out of town with award-winning service and style.With our Incentive Travel for groups of 10 or more, you'll get the best possible fare while your group of All-Stars gets to enjoy the FareHawker service experience.We also want to make your job easier. It'll make both you and your employees incredibly happy! FareHawker's incentive travel is flexible and convenient:

  1. Handle with care. Our dedicated team of ex-airliners are available between round the clock 7 days
  2. What's in a name? We're the only travel management company who are official group booking fare adviser for India's leading travel portal & other travel agencies.
  3. Together or separate, you decide! Whether booking blocked space from one location to another or individual space from multiple origins to a single destination, the same great program can work for you.
  4. Great rates. Your meeting attendees always fly at a great value.
  5. No hard feelings. We can release 10% of seats up to 07 days prior to departure with nominal penalty. vary as per booked airlines.
  6. Low deposits. We only ask for a 25% deposit to confirm your seats.
  7. Change is good. We allow deviation of 10% at no charge. You only pay the difference in fare.
  8. Just give us a month. Final payment and names are due 07 days prior to departure.

                FareHawker Group Travel specialists in managing group bookings of 10 or more than 10 people. Our dedicated team fully appreciates that each group request is unique; we'll work with you to understand your exact needs and tailor your booking to ensure everything is as you want it.

                Monday, 18 August 2014

                Global Benchmark from INDIA to World - New Bharat

                Presenting a new #global #benchmark to advanced #aviation - #Terminal2of#MumbaiAirport enjoys a lot of technical and kinetic elements.
                This airport #infrastructure is showing new face of #IndianAviationdevelopment. #Experience yourself … #FareHawker #UltimateTravelJockey

                Did you know? ......The roof of this terminal is built with 18,000 metric tons of structural steel, enough to build two Eiffel towers !

                FareHawker Group Desk for Group Fare 
                #FareHawker is not a travel agency, we are travel service consultant that specializes in airfare search & group fare arranger. So, we are top accounted with several of the major airlines across the pan India. This means that the airlines know us for high volume of group tickets.We have assigned specific Jockeys to handle all our customers’ needs from airlines. In addition, due to the high volume of group flights we book, we have secured consolidator contracts with many airlines across the India & world.

                This recognition allows us to be an effective advocate for our clients, negotiating discount airfares & securing favours when other agencies or travel company can’t. Since we work with so many non-profit organizations, travel agents & travel management companies, we know that every penny counts. Our goal is to provide you with the best value on group airline tickets‚ as well as other additional services.

                Thursday, 14 August 2014

                Best Tips for Booking Airlines Flight Tickets

                Due to Fare war among all the airlines, Airfares are lower than ever these days, but you still have to be savvy to get the best deal. 

                In addition to the basics—here are some secrets to winning the increasingly opaque airfare game.

                Tip No 01#.  Search at the Right Time   
                Try searching for airfares after midnight; that's when many airlines update their inventories with the discounted fares & every day offers. If you're only seeking last-minute Web fares, look on airline sites, major booking sites, and aggregator sites (search engines that configure all best on-line suppliers, consolidators, and booking sites) between Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning for tickets for the coming weekend. Such fares usually require that you leave on a Saturday and return on Monday or Tuesday, but some airlines offer Friday departures and Sunday returns.
                 Tip No 02#. Check a Wide Range of  Travel Dates
                Online Travel Portal like,, expedia, & have the most flexible search functions and the major booking sites too. FareHawker will allow you to search for the lowest round-trip or one-way domestic or international fare within a range of months, which it shows as fare outlook on a calendar. Even if you are just using FareHawker's calendar for research, click all the way through an available date; the site frequently shows dates as available. FareHawker will let you search for the lowest price over a weekend you designate; search up to three days before and after your dates; or look for the lowest published fare within a 30-day period. The site recently extended its flexible search option to include international flights, though at press time, it still indicated that the destination airport if you are going to stay in hotel or resort than for saving some more money from your pocket you may choose Flight +Hotel  option for booking
                Tip No 03#. Book Cheapest Flight Tickets Early—and On-line
                Since airlines allocate only a small percentage of their seats for award travel, it's smart to book months in advance. Just to be safe, book 300 days in advance—when most airlines load award fares. Also, reserve those seats on-line which airlines offer in free. If you do get lucky and are able to reserve an award seat only a week or two before you travel, unfortunately you could get slapped with a high "expediting fee." 
                Tip No 04#. Use Fare Comparision Aggregator Sites like -
                Once you've figured out which dates will yield you the best fares, search one of the Web's "meta" travel agents. like wego, sky scanner, FareHawker searches. which at press time was still being tested, searches hundreds of sites and allows you to sort airfare results by departure or arrival time. FareHawker  is a good source for deals from small charter companies and discount airline agencies, as well as major carriers. Cheap flights lets you search flexible dates and, like, offers a calendar with a range of available dates. Here, too, you should click through the available dates to ensure that the fare you want isn't sold out. Aggregator sites don't charge fees themselves, but they might direct you to a site that does.
                Tip No 05#. Try to Book Flight Tickets Through Airline's Web Site
                If you've found the same low fare on an on-line booking agent like and an airline's own Web site, it makes more sense to reserve on the latter to avoid paying the extra or so service fee booking sites now charge. By booking on an airline's site, you'll also avoid the service fees the airlines themselves have begun to charge for booking at ticket offices and airport counters.
                to know more about booking any of airlines flight tickets you may reach to FareHawker's  Travel Jockeys and get the best possible advises about your next travel plan. 

                Tuesday, 12 August 2014

                Indian skies ready to welcome its brand new airlines- AIR VISTARA

                Are you ready to welcome India's one of the awaited airlines !!!

                #India's #newestairline#Air #Vistara, is expected to make its debut later in the #year.likely to #takeoff in this #oct2014. Vistara is derived from the#Sanskrit word, which means #limitless #expanse "and draws inspiration from the brand's domain - the limitless sky".
                The airline is joint #venture of the #TataGroup and #Singapore#International #Airlines.

                The commencement of operations is subject to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation's (DGCA) approval, which is examining the airline's application for an air ..

                Tata-SIA Airlines Ltd (TSAL), the joint venture between Tata Group and Singapore Airlines.
                The airline’s logo is derived from a ‘yantra’, a perfect mathematical form that reflects the universe. The eight-pointed star at the centre of the logo reflects the high standards Vistara is committed to and the excellence that will be a hallmark of the airline.
                The airline will connect its hub in Delhi to almost all important Indian cities, including the metros, within four years of launch. The cities on its network will include Mumbai, Goa, Bangalore, Srinagar, Jammu, Chennai, Jaipur, Kolkata, Guwahati and Kochi. It does not expect to compete with the Tata-AirAsia low-cost JV as the two airlines will operate in different spaces.

                In the first year, Tata-SIA will have 87 weekly flights from Delhi to nine cities, including Mumbai, Goa, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Srinagar and Patna. The weekly flights are projected to rise to over 300 in the fourth year, and the number of destination cities in India will grow every year in a phased manner. 

                Monday, 12 May 2014

                World's Oldest living City - Varanasi, India

                Varanasi, one of the oldest living cities of the world, also known as the city of lights, welcomes guests of the FareHawker, the India’s leading travel management company.
                Traveler can go for Sarnath, about 10 kilometers away, to view the ruins and the museum. This is where Buddha delivered his first sermon. everyone admire the collection of sculptures in the museum, dating back to the 3rd century. Varanasi is a visit to the Silk weaving center. Benaras silk is known throughout the world and anyone may be tempted by the beautiful gold and silver threaded sarees to buy one as a sourvenir. can take a walk through the old city, treading on stones that are thousands of years old, as part of the Heritage tours of Varanasi.
                walk on the banks of the River Ganges, enjoy a wonderful boat ride that gives them a chance to take in life along the banks and by evening, they enjoy a visual treat, the Evening Aarti. Replete with these experiences of the ancient city.
                Where Humanity meets to human. culture created by God !! Where peace remains from thousands of years. history started from a Varanasi

                1. Dashashwamedha Ghat

                Dashashwamedha Ghat
                Dashashwamedha is Varanasi's most popular and accessible bathing ghat, with rows of pandas sitting on wooden platforms under bamboo umbrellas, masseurs plying their trade and boatmen jostling for custom. Its name, "ten horse sacrifices", derives from a complex series of sacrifices performed by Brahma to test King Divodasa: Shiva and Parvati were sure the king's resolve would fail, and he would be compelled to leave Kashi, thereby allowing them to return to their city. However, the sacrifices were so perfect that Brahma established the Brahmeshvara lingam here. Since that time, Dashashwamedha has become one of the most celebrated tirthas on earth, where pilgrims can reap the benefits of the huge sacrifice merely by bathing.

                2. Manikarnika Ghat

                Manikarnika Ghat
                Varanasi's pre-eminent cremation ground, Manikarnika Ghat. Such grounds are usually held to be inauspicious, and located on the fringes of cities, but the entire city of Shiva is regarded as Mahashmashana, the Great Cremation Ground for the corpse of the entire universe. The ghat is perpetually crowded with funeral parties, as well as the Doms, its Untouchable guardians, busy and pre-occupied with facilitating final release for those lucky enough to pass away here. Seeing bodies being cremated so publicly has always exerted a great fascination for visitors to the city, but photography is strictly taboo; even having a camera visible may be constructed as intent, and provoke hostility.
                Lying at the centre of the five tirthas, manikarnika Ghat symbolizes both creation and destruction, epitomized by the juxtaposition of the sacred well of Manikarnika Kund, said to have been dug by Vishnu at the time of creation, and the hot, sandy ash-infused soil of cremation grounds where time comes to an end. In Hindu mythology, Manikarnika Kund predates the arrival of the Ganga and has its source deep in the Himalayas. Vishnu created the kund with his discus, and filled it with perspiration from his exertions in creating the world, at the behest of Shiva. When Shiva quivered with delight, his earning fell into this pool, which as manikarnika "Jewelled Earring" became the first tirthas in the world. Every yea, after the floodwaters of the river have receded to leave the pool caked in alluvial deposits, the kund is re-dug. Its surroundings are cleaned and painted with brightly coloured folk art, which depicts the presiding goddess, Manikarnika Devi, inviting pilgrims to bathe and worship at its small Vishnu shrine, and at the paduka (footprint) of Vishnu set in marble on the embankment of the ghat.
                Strictly speaking, Manikarnika is the name given to the kund and to the ghat, while the constantly busy cremation ground is Jalasi Ghat, dominated by a dark smoke-stained temple built by Queen Ahalya Bai Holkar of Indore in the eighteenth century.

                3. River Front (Ghats)

                River front ghat
                The great river banks at Varanasi, built high with eighteenth and nineteenth-century pavilions and palaces, temples and terraces, are lined with an endless chain of stone steps " the ghats " progressing along the whole of the waterfront, altering in appearance with the dramatic seasonal fluctuations of the river level. Each of the hundred ghats, big and small, is marked by a lingam, and occupies its own special place in the religious geography of the city. Some have crumbled over the years, others continue to thrive, with early-morning bathers, brahmin priests offering puja, and people practicing meditation and yoga. Hindus puja, and people practicing meditation and yoga. Hindus regard the Ganges as amrita, the elixir of life, which brings purity to the living and salvation to the dead; sceptical outsiders tend to focus on all-persuasive and extreme lack of hygiene. Ashes to the dead, emissions from open drains and the left-overs from religious rites float by the devout as they go about their bathing and ceremonial cleansing.

                4. Sarnath

                River front ghat
                Sarnath is 10 km from the holy city of Varanasi, and is an exceedingly tranquil place. Buddhists worldwide look upon India as the land of the Buddha and a visit to this country means a pilgrimage to those places sacred to the memory of the Enlightened One.
                After Buddha attained enlightenment in Bodh Gaya he came to Sarnath. Here in the Deer Park, he delivered his first sermon, or in religious language, set in motion the Wheel of Law (Maha-Dharmachakra Pravartan).
                Sarnath yielded a rich collection of Buddhist sculptures comprising numerous Buddha and Bodhisattva images. Considered amongst the finest specimens of Buddhist art, these have been housed at the museum, adjacent to the site. The antiquities in the museum are datable from 3rd century BC to 12th century AD. Amongst the prized collections of the museum are the Lion Capital of the Mauryan Pillar which has become the National Emblem of India, various images of Lord Buddha in different posture and Tara, octagonal shaft and umbrella are also exhibited.

                5. The Kashi Vishwanath Temple

                kashi vishwanath temple
                Also known as the Golden Temple, it is dedicated to Lord Shiva, the presiding deity of the city. Varanasi is said to be the point at which the first jyotirlinga, the fiery pillar of light by which Shiva manifested his supremacy over other gods, broke through the earth's crust and flared towards the heavens. More than the Ghats and even the Ganga, the Shivalinga installed in the temple remains the devotional focus of Varanasi.

                To visit this holy place or know more about it you may get your Travel Jockey from FareHawker.Com
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                Monday, 5 May 2014


                Most of the old temples have large bell at the entrance of the temple and you need to ring it before you enter temple. A Temple bell have a scientific phenomenon; it is not just your ordinary metal. It is made of various metals including cadmium, lead, copper, zinc, nickel, chromium and manganese. The proportion at which each one of them mixed is real science behind a bell. Each of these bells is made to produce such a distinct sound that it can create unity of your left and right brain. The moment you ring that bell, bell produces sharp but lasting sound which lasts for minimum of seven seconds in echo mode good enough to touch your seven healing centres or chakras in your body. The moment bell sound happens your brain is emptied of all thoughts. Invariably you will enter state of Tran’s state where you are very receptive. This Trans state is the one with awareness. You are so occupied in mind that only way to awaken you is with a Shock! Bell works as Anti-dote to your mind. Before you enter temple – to awake you and prepare you for taste of awareness is the real reason behind temple bell.

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                Sunday, 13 April 2014

                Airline tickets: find the best air fare travel deals with FareHawker.Com

                Are you searching for the best travel deals? Do you need to buy airline tickets? Sometimes you will need to purchase some airline tickets whether for personal reasons or for business situations. There are two ways in which can individual can buy airline tickets. First, the individual can call around to all the airlines reservations centre can ask for prices. Or they can call to a travel agency to get help. The individual can also log on to the internet and search for the best travel deals. You can find better deals over the in a much shorter period of time.

                There are many websites that you can use to buy airline tickets. FareHawker.Com is a very easy to use user friendly website which will allow you to find the best travel deals within a short period of time across from all airlines and online travel portals. The website is extremely easy to use. When trying to find a flight you will want to start out by inserting your starting city in the column provided. After you begin typing the city into the box you will notice that it will automatically fill in the rest of the location for you. You will want to do the same with the destination.

                After inputting your origin or starting point and your destination then you need to press the Search for Flights button. After you push this button you will be shown a large list of best available airfares across from web. The fare result will show you all of the available flight from your starting location to your destination. Each flight's path will be in detailed with coded making it easier to tell apart from one another.
                The other tabs of FareHawker.Com will provide you with different information including the group booking of the airlines, air charter, and hire a helicopter services. 

                Sunday, 2 February 2014

                The Jain Temple in Ranakpur, Rajasthan, India

                Ranakpur is widely known for its marble Jain temple. It commands huge respect from the Jain community worldwide. 

                It is built on a high plinth, and has high boundary walls that’ll remind you of the fortified temple cities. Beautiful turrets rise from this wall and each of them relates to a cell on the inner face of the wall. Five spires (shikars) rise above the walls and about 20 cupolas each form the roof of a pillared hall. Each spire again has a shrine below, the largest and the most prominent is the one that surmounts the central altar. The temple has 29 halls, 80 domes and the pavilions include 1444 pillars, each of them so intricately and artistically carved that they’ll leave a lasting impression on you.

                The detailed and intricate ceiling of Ranakpur temple near Udaipur, India.
                Once you stand here you can feel from you inside - A Centre of Universe
                To know more about it talk to your Ultimate Travel Jockey @+11 298 43192

                Friday, 31 January 2014

                RAJASTHAN - Why Rajasthan? INDIA

                The land of kings will enchant you with its dazzling colors, ornate palaces, striking paintings and magical deserts. Lose yourself in Rajasthan !!!
                Five things you can’t miss in Rajasthan
                • JAIPUR’S BAZAARS: After you’re done with the palace hopping, explore the madness of Jaipur’s markets- a vast and colorful range of traditional clothes, jewelry and artwork awaits you at great (bargain) prices.
                • DESERT SAFARI: Head off to Jaisalmer and check out the numerous tours that take you on a 1-2 day desert trip that includes food, music and a chance to mingle with travelers from across the globe.
                • PUSHKAR: The enchanting temple town besides the lake is flooded with pilgrims and Israeli backpackers throughout the year but the best time to visit is during the famous Pushkar Fair (Oct/Nov) when the town is virtually flooded with camels, cows, goats and traders.
                • UDAIPUR’S LAKE PALACE: Perhaps the most romantic town in India, Udaipur’s Lake Pichola and its surrounding hills and palaces make it an almost magical place after sunset.
                • SHEKHAWATI’S HAVELIS: Get off the beaten tourist track and explore the ornately decorated havelis of this region. The murals and paintings of these houses will fascinate you with their beauty and history.
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                Saturday, 18 January 2014

                Tips to get Best AirFare Deal by your own Ultimate Travel Jockey

                Finding the lowest available fare for a suitable flight on an acceptable travel date involves timing, strategy, knowledge, art and a wee bit of luck for when the first four criteria fail to locate the lowest price airline ticket.

                 Timing is not everything but it matters a lot. The lowest fares of each year, across the world, are found during the shopping and travel period from 15 January to 15 April. May has intermediate flight prices. June, July and August are the most expensive months to shop and to travel. The period from 15 September to 15 December holds prices ranging from relatively low to intermediate on the high side. The Christmas through New Year holiday period (13 Dec - 07 Jan) has relatively high fares unless you fly on Christmas Day or New Years Day. The 3 days before and after all major holidays and large scale popular events will have premium pricing for flights on those days. The late hours and early hours of each travel day hold the lowest fares for that day. Shopping during the early hours might get you a low fare before it becomes sold out for that day or season. Shopping at least 21 days before your planned travel period avoids price hikes for late bookings. Traveling on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or sometimes Saturday is usually cheaper than other days. That low cost (or preferred) flight might be available this day but not that day, this season but not that season. Contracts held by airline consolidators normally bar them from selling their lowest fares less than five full calendar days before departure.

                FareHawker Group Travel specialists in managing group bookings of 10 or more than 10 people.

                Our dedicated team fully appreciates that each group request is unique; 

                we'll work with you to understand your exact needs 

                and tailor your booking to ensure everything is as you want it.