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A Trip to the City of Blood

Tezpur, which in English means “City of Blood”, is the cultural capital of Assam apart from being a hub of the Indian army. In essence, it has a mix of both the old and new worlds and is a perfect holiday destination for the travel salesman to tap. But how …

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Lonavala- paradise of the monsoons
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Lonavala- paradise of the monsoons

At 673m above sea level, situated between Mumbai and Pune, Lonavala is a monsoon paradise.  Beautiful landscapes, water-falls and lakes give it an enchanting beauty like no other place. Come monsoon and this beautiful place is thronged with loads of tourists coming from different parts of the country. With the …

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Yours Singapore!
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Yours Singapore!

Could you think of a place so clean that it would most certainly put your city to shame? Could you think of a place so diverse that you might get a headcount from at least half a dozen nations in a random roll call? Could you think of a nation …

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Taj Mahal - A Desire Before Death
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Taj Mahal – A Desire Before Death

Recently I read in a Hindi newspaper that out of all the desires that people all around the world want to fulfil before they die is to visit The Taj Mahal. Interestingly, the survey involves people from America and most of the English speaking countries.  On the other hand, I …

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Chandni Chowk in a Walk
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Chandni Chowk in a Walk

Being a Delhiite, it’s sorta “What, Seriously?” expression when you tell someone that you haven’t been to Chandni Chowk’s Paranthe wali Gali or the Red Fort. And, I hereby admit that I was one of those! So recently when I managed to end up there with my friends, I spent …

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The Window Seat
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The Window Seat

There is nothing more refreshing than a journey, rejuvenating you as you take the much needed break from your monotonous life. And even better is a journey with your family, when you get to spend the quality time with your loved ones. I decided to take one too, last week, and I was offered …

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The Annual Celebration of UNITY IN DIVERSITY- Trade Fair
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The Annual Celebration of UNITY IN DIVERSITY- Trade Fair

Which is one occasion where we can see the wide culture of our country at once? Which event makes us to feel proud of being a citizen of this great country where people from different culture, ethnicity mingle with each other?  In Delhi, the national capital, one of that events …

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London ki Saer

The first few images that strike us when we think about London, the capital city of England, is one, the Big Ben and two, the London bridge; all thanks to our Bollywood films that  give us a tour of the world abroad, by merely sitting in front of a screen. The …

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Beyond the borders
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Beyond the borders

Every day, at sharp 4, in a village called Wagah, there is a mad rush as people try to form a straight line which will extend to a kilometer or two. It involves pushing around, shouting and hurling abuses. It also involves being shouted at by people in uniform. They …

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Journey to the centre of the earth- Belum Caves
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Journey to the centre of the earth- Belum Caves

A sunny day and as I drive towards my destination, I keep imagining the place I am about to visit.  Known as the second largest cave in Indian subcontinent and the longest caves in plains of Indian Subcontinent I wonder how they will be? How huge they will be!! I …

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