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Agra – A city where heritage contemplates

Considered to be a tourist’s “Mecca“, one’s journey in India is incomplete without Agra.Blessed with one of the wonders of the world – Taj Mahal, Agra is one of the most prominent destinations of Uttar Pradesh. Known as the Land of Palaces, historical monuments run through the entire fabric of...

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10 Foods to Cherish in India

India is the leading tourist destination in South Asia; this can be attributed to a rich culture, tradition, history, geographical features and mouthwatering cuisines among many other reasons. Another reason why many people prefer to tour India is due to easy accessibility to different parts of the country, welcoming people...

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Neon lights

For what it’s worth the luminosity is always peaking in this city. That being said it is a city with two suns one shining brightly above our head proudly in the sky and one shining at every corner powered by manmade inventions of tubes and semi-conductors. The latter source of...

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Cheap Fun: Literally and figuratively

Have you ever heard your friends talking that I had just been to the cheapest and most economic and most exciting place on earth? If the answer is no, then your friends have not been to Bangkok. The most ergonomic place on earth where your ever desire, no I am...

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Unexplored Delhi: Far from the madding crowd

Delhi has no dearth of tourist attractions. With an abundance of monuments, heritage sites, shopping bazaars and restaurants, Delhi is every tourist’s first stop in India. These tourists end up visiting only the most popular destinations such as the Qutub Minar or Humayun’s Tomb and inadvertently miss out on the...

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Potter’s Colony: Get down and dirty in Delhi

Kumhar Gram, or as it is popularly known – Potter’s Colony, is a village lost in time in the midst of urbanized Delhi. Home to over 700 potters who made their way to Delhi from Alwar in Rajasthan, the Potter’s Colony is a thriving village cut off from the rest...

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Thailand vs Bali: Find the right destination for you

There is no dearth of travel options in South-East Asia. All of them are delightfully affordable, which confuses the traveller even more so. So how do you pick? Packing all the options into one trip isn’t really a good idea because they all offer distinctly different experiences. Do you go...

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India Gate: An experience, not just a photo op

When you think of India, the first two cities that come to mind are Delhi and Mumbai. And usually, the first stops at these cities are colossal arches of the cities – The India Gate and Gateway of India. In fact, we’ve all seen so many pictures of these two...

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Varkala – The pristine Cliff-side Beach

Varkala is a tiny village located some distance away from Thiruvananthapuram, boasting of a beautiful cliff-side beach. The Varkala beach is also known as Papanasam beach, which literally means “destroyer of sins”. It is said that a dip in the beach cures you of all sins. The waters of the...

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The Historic Fort Kochi

Fort Kochi is the oldest European settlement in India, home to visitors from Europe since the 14th century. Fort Kochi is a quaint, picturesque area of homes and buildings built in the traditional European styles, and one can find an amalgamation of Portuguese as well as the Dutch style of...