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  • Travel
    Jul 20 2016

    Weekend holidays beyond Mumbai

    There are seven days in a week, of which five to six are filled with work. You either get one or two days in a week to enjoy your household chores. Right from washing to brushing, you do all, but not travel. Good for you, but bad for your future talks. Household chores are the […]

  • Jul 12 2016

    Namami Gange – A clean campaign

    Clean Ganga – A new way to see the change. Modi government’s movements can be seen through this virtuous approach pertaining to the cleansing of sordid found in highly revered river Ganga. It is a 200 crore project that concentrates on cleaning and issues associated with it. In the run to make this thought prevalent, […]

  • Adventurous Trip during Monsoons
    Jul 08 2016

    Rains Bring Thrill Near

    It is monsoon and it calls for adventure. No! Not for the ones whose apparent world of excitement includes sleep and work. But, for the ones who possess a thirsty soul for excitement. Believe it or not, your virtues of relaxation are blasphemous and are nothing more than unexciting creeps. They help you nose dive […]

  • Rath Yatra
    Jun 29 2016

    Jagannath Rath Yatra – Puri’s Privilege

    Known as the “Chariot Festival” in English, the Rath Yatra is an annual procession of deities Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra. An exuberant and important Hindu fest, the Rath Yatra is also referred to as the Puri Rath Yatra as it takes place in Puri, Odisha. This Rath Yatra goes back centuries; it is believed that […]

  • Brexit
    Jun 27 2016

    Brexit – What it means for Indian travellers

    The United Kingdom’s recent exit from the European Union has raised questions about the nation’s currency and where the country is headed. Brexit, as it is called, has led to the fall of the pound which has made travelling to Britain cheaper. The travel and tourism companies in India are expecting a short-term growth in travel […]

  • Jama Masjid
    Jun 24 2016

    Jama Masjid – Interesting Facts and Trivia

    Masjid-i Jahan-Numa, or Jama Masjid as it is commonly called literally means the “World Reflecting Mosque”. Reflecting the history of ancient India, the Jama Masjid was built between 1644 and 1656, and is one of the largest mosques in India. Commissioned by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, Jama Masjid flaunts a brilliant red sandstone and white […]

  • Hitchhiker
    Jun 22 2016

    The Ultimate Guide to Hitchhiking

    Hitchhiking has been around since time immemorial. Traditionally, hitchhiking means to ask for a ride by standing on the edge of the road, thumb extended upwards. It’s not always that you get picked by some good Samaritan. People nowadays have become wary of strangers asking for rides and prefer to pass on by without a […]

  • Munnar
    Jun 20 2016

    Best Romantic Hotels in Munnar

    Personifying couples’ dream romantic getaway, Munnar is a place full of lush greenery, heavy mist and fresh mountain air. Packed with fascinating places to sightsee, adventurous activities to do, delicacies to eat and photos to take, Munnar is one of the best holiday destinations in India. Situated in the Western Ghats, this hill town is […]

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