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Gokarna, a peaceful town to the North of Karnataka is known among the travel community for its temples. However, in the last decade or so, it has gained international fame for its laid-out beaches and pack of hippie travelers it sees all year round. Unlike the full-stretch party hub like Goa, Gokarna is a more […]

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Kodaikanal is best enjoyed during the Winter [November to January] when the monsoon retreats, and with the clear sky along with the serene ambiance, it is picture perfect to enjoy your holidays. However, a visit during the monsoon is never a bad idea as well. Though it would be foggy, Kodaikanal is still entertaining with a […]

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Kasauli is a hilly town in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh. Located around 2300 feet above sea level, it is no less than a heaven for the trekkers and nature enthusiasts. The cool climate and the scenic landscape will definitely fill in your senses. The town was developed by the British and is famous […]

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The Golconda Fort at Telangana is one of the most popular medieval fortresses in India. Originally built by the Kakatiya Kings in 12th century, it was the capital of the Qutb-Shahi kings who ruled the area during the 16th and 17th century. Though in ruins now after the invasion of the then Mughal king Aurangzeb, it still possess […]

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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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Mathura is popularly known as the “Braj Bhoomi”, the land of eternal love. How could it not be when the divine lover Lord Krishna was born here? Krishna is the other name for love. Mathura is one among the Sapta Puri, the 7 holy Hindu cities in India. It is one of the ancient cities […]

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Ever been to Nalanda? Now is probably the best time to make a visit. Located in Bihar, legend has it that Nalanda got its name from a Naga named Nalanda, but some say the name represent Nalam which means Lotus and Lotus is a symbol of Knowledge. It is world renowned since ancient times as […]

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December is here and if you are probably confused or wondering where to head to? Let me pick one and make it simple, why don’t you try South India? Maybe you have been to the northern states of India, however I would recommend you steer yourself to the South this time. The southern part of India […]

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On this auspicious occasion of Ayudha Pooja, let us guide you through the significance and the science behind this specific ritual being practiced in India, for ages. The Hindu customs and traditions followed by the people of India are an integral part of their rich culture. Hinduism was never meant to be a religion, rather it […]

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With, 40 National parks spread across the country, India is for sure a wildlife gem of the world. Let us pick you 5 of the most recommended wildlife spots for an exciting and thrilling holiday in India.   Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh   The Bandhavgarh National Park at Madhya Pradesh tops the list and is famous for […]

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