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Chances are you might have already tried a Houseboat at Alleppey Backwaters in Kerala, but have you tried houseboats in Kashmir? Have you stayed in these specially designed wooden boats overlooking the ginormous Himalayan Mountains and the gorgeous Lake twins, the Dal Lake and Nigeen Lake? If your answer is NO, you are missing out […]

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The Thrissur Pooram or better known as the “festival of festivals” is a grand celebration at the Vadakkunathan Temple in Thrissur. It is celebrated during Medom [April- May] month every year. It is considered as a gathering of Gods and Goddesses of temples in and around Thrissur. The idols of Gods and Goddesses make their […]

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Tamilnadu! Have you been there? No? You better be. Being an avid traveller myself, I highly recommend you to make a visit to this Godly destination at least once in a lifetime. Tamilnadu is home to one of the ancient civilization ever thrived on Planet Earth. It is the celebrated land of Dravidians and its […]

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Vadodara or better known as Baroda located in the westernmost state of India, Gujarath. Located on the banks of the Vishwamitri River, the city is a major educational and cultural center of the country. The city was mostly ruled by the Hindu kings and therefore it reflects the same in its monuments and elegant royal […]

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The first capital of the great Magadha Kingdom, Rajgir is a city in Nalanda District of Bihar. It was frequented by Lord Buddha and Lord Mahavir and therefore is of great spiritual importance for the Buddhists and Jains. Though the exact date of its origin is not known, the ceramics found during the excavations date […]

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Kushinagar is a sacred land for the Buddhists where Gautama Buddha left his material body attained Parinirvana after his death. It is one among the four major pilgrimage sites as per Buddhism along with Sarnath, Lumbini and Bodhgaya. Kushinagar is believed to be named after Kusha, the son of the great Hindu God Ram. Archaeological […]

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India has always been a land of myths, mystics and mysteries. People from all over the world visit India seeking answers for boiling questions in their life. For those curious travellers, India has lot of interesting places to explore. Here are few of the most mysterious places in India which would definitely arouse curiosity in […]

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Odisha is a lesser-known state for travellers coming to India, however, the UNESCO sites such as the Konark Sun temple and the Puri Jagannath Temple is never unheard of. Built in the 11th century by King Anantavarman Chodaganga Deva, the Jagannath Temple at Puri is a part of the Char Dham Yatra, a holy pilgrimage covering […]

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It is Chennai, Tamilnadu. A Jain priest found a 10th-century sculpture of Mahavir, the 24th and the last Tirthankara as per Jainism. Found amidst the woods at the back of a private house at Vayalakavur village near Uthiramerur in Kanchipuram, the Jain sculpture was subjected for inspection by a Jain scholar Ajithadoss who dated it […]

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Head to India this December and be part of the various vibrant Indian festivals to experience its rich culture, heritage, art and much more. Here are the top five picks we recommend you not to miss this December 2017-   Theyyam Festival, Kerala7 Visit the Perumthitta Tharavad Kottamkuzhy in Kerala to experience the energy of Theyyam, […]

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