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A visit to the masterpiece of rock, housing number of monolithic architectures in the form of cave temples will be an entirely unique experience to the travelers. Visiting the Ellora caves will undoubtedly transform your perceptions about traveling in India. Ellora has everything a traveler looks for. The ancient heritage and culture of India are […]

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If you are looking to tour across places with heritage, greenery, monuments, culture and option to relax, then a trip to South India will provide you with that and much more exceeding your expectations. If you want to enjoy the traditional Indian cuisines and divulge in the festivities of the land pack up your bags […]

Tucked away amidst the lush green hills of Western Ghats in Tamilnadu, 20 kms away from the Kodaikanal town, is this small yet peaceful village named Poombarai. During my recent visit to Kodai, I spend 2 nights visiting all the usual sightseeing spots in Kodaikanal, but to be honest, I did not feel the Kodaikanal […]

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This small village in Kodaikanal just 5 kms away from the town, is a hit among the nature lovers. Vattakkanal or locally known as “Vatta” is not in the radar of the usual herd of travellers who mostly visit the common sightseeing places in Kodaikanal such as the Coaker’s Walk, the Pillar Rocks, the Guna […]

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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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Yelagiri, a least explored tourist destination and therefore is still in its pristine condition, unpolluted. It has a lot to offer for adventure lovers and trekking enthusiasts. The way up the hills is itself thrilling and adventurous with 14 hair pin bends which expose you to some panoramic views of this lovely hill station. Rock […]

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Located 36 km from the city of Trichy, on the way to Chennai, is this yet another spectacular Dravidian architectural marvel, the Brahmapureeswar Temple. Not known to many, this temple is tucked away on the outskirts of the Trichy city at a serene village near Tirupattur. After a 30 km drive from Trichy, take left […]

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Trichy had been a relatively new and memorable experience for me. Within 2 days, I visited the usual sightseeing places such as the famous Ranganatha Swamy Temple, the largest functioning temple in the world, then the Rock Fort Temple which stands on a huge 272 feet rock dated to have existed before the Himalayas itself, and then […]

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