• Temples Related to Body Parts of Goddess Sati

    In Hindu mythology, after Goddess Sati sacrifices herself, her consort, Lord Shiva, mourns her passing by carrying the body of his beloved and roaming the...

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    In Hindu mythology, after Goddess Sati sacrifices herself, her consort, Lord Shiva, mourns her passing by carrying the body of his beloved and roaming the entire universe. It was Lord Vishnu’s chakra that cut up the Goddess’s corpse into 52 parts that fell down on to our Earth and are now sacred sites, which people...
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  • 21 romantic things to do in Bali on a honeymoon (2019)

    Love as a passion has always been enticing. And specially when it’s time to take a recourse to some romantic destination, dreamy, picturesque travails are...

    Honeymoon in Bali
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    Love as a passion has always been enticing. And specially when it’s time to take a recourse to some romantic destination, dreamy, picturesque travails are the best option. Bali in particular with its stunning locales and exotic destinations spell romance like only few other places can. Here are 21 romantic things to do in Bali...
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  • Best Travel Magazines for the Indian Traveler

    Travel Magazines have always been one of those fascinating essentials while you plan to travel anywhere or to discover new places to explore or just...

    Travel Magazines
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    Travel Magazines have always been one of those fascinating essentials while you plan to travel anywhere or to discover new places to explore or just to kill boredom by reading. Today there are a number of travel magazines to guide us. Guiding us with the help of the world’s best scientists, photographers, journalists and filmmakers....
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  • 13 safest cities in India to live without any fear

    India has always been known as a land that fosters unity in diversity. The land where people of all castes and creed live together in...

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    India has always been known as a land that fosters unity in diversity. The land where people of all castes and creed live together in harmony and co exist as one common people, India is an enriching example of how differences can never be a hurdle to growth. Even then, as home to a whopping...
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  • How travelling changes your personality for better?

    Traveling is probably one of the only activities that most people can agree they love. Who doesn’t want to discover unfamiliar territory while immersing themselves in...

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    Traveling is probably one of the only activities that most people can agree they love. Who doesn’t want to discover unfamiliar territory while immersing themselves in a new culture? Who wouldn’t want to explore far-off places, places they wouldn’t get to see under any other circumstances? For those who love traveling, did you know long-term adventures...
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  • The Indian Coffee House in Connaught Place: A generous serving of nostalgia

    It was mid-afternoon on a warm October day in Delhi as I take off on yet another exploring streak. The famous Connaught Place center has...

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    It was mid-afternoon on a warm October day in Delhi as I take off on yet another exploring streak. The famous Connaught Place center has many pulling attractions and as hoped for, the streets were deliciously full of vendors and people that were marching along to the jagged beats of Delhi horns and street music...
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  • Mizoram: it’s still the eighties here

    its still the eighties here…. “…….yaad aah raha hai…tera pyaarrrrr….” bappi da booms over the speakers of the local sumo taxi service from champhai to...

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    its still the eighties here…. “…….yaad aah raha hai…tera pyaarrrrr….” bappi da booms over the speakers of the local sumo taxi service from champhai to aizawl……time seems to have stood still somewhere in the eighties….along with the music of bappi da, the mizo state seems to have either time travelled back by two score and...
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  • Soulin’ along the Siyom: Of the mist, mountains and Mechuka…..

    You either got to be trippin’ or soulin’ to be on these rugged  “no roads” to the mystical valley of Mechuka – nestled among the...

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    You either got to be trippin’ or soulin’ to be on these rugged  “no roads” to the mystical valley of Mechuka – nestled among the foothills of the eastern sub himalayas along the banks of the river Siyom. A short two hour Alliance Air flight to Pasighat from Guwahati is the shortest entry towards Mechuka,...
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  • Bacardi NH7 Weekender Music Festival 2018: Artists lined up for exploring the melody in Meghalaya

    Meghalaya has always been a mystical land. The snow capped mountains, the soft breezy brushes of wind, the vivid hues of the landscape all but...

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    Meghalaya has always been a mystical land. The snow capped mountains, the soft breezy brushes of wind, the vivid hues of the landscape all but sets you up for an ethereal experience of a lifetime. Obviously then, when a setting as pristine as that of Meghalaya beckons music revellers into its fold for a celebration...
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  • Travel buffs: Exploring the North east through photographs and words

    The north eastern region of India is an unexplored paradise of wonder abyss and idyllic views that makes for a breathtakingly surreal experience of visual...

    NORTH EAST INDIA
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    The north eastern region of India is an unexplored paradise of wonder abyss and idyllic views that makes for a breathtakingly surreal experience of visual delight. The scenic landscape, the freshness in the morning breeze, the hues dotting the greenery, the steams gurgling with their cold splashes beckons you into the serene peace and tranquility...
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