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Places to Visit for Holi

Holi is popularly known as the festival of colours and is celebrated to mark the arrival of spring and harvest time. It falls sometime between the end of February to mid-March. It is celebrated by smearing colour on each other and throwing coloured water on each other on the day of holi. On the eve, […]

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India is a diverse country with a variety of not only cuisine but also culture and weather. Itineraries help plan your trip but sometimes they leave out important information that could make your trip seamless. Here are 10 things you need to keep in mind before travelling to India. 1. Research the weather India is […]

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Tucked cozily above India, Nepal has earned the sobriquet, “The Roof of the World”, because of the highest mountain it houses—the daunting, yet beautiful, Mt. Everest. Nepal also holds the accolade of being home to several UNESCO World Heritage sites. Listed as one of the best travel destinations of 2017 by Lonely Planet, Nepal has […]

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Delhi is a melting pot of religion, communities and cultures. So, it’s natural for it to offer a myriad of food choices. But for those visiting Delhi for the first time, it becomes a difficult task choosing what to eat, or even where to start. Almost everyone you meet in Delhi is a self-proclaimed foodie, […]

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India is home to over 1.3 billion people and it is natural to go somewhere where you’re not surrounded by people all the time. Luckily, India is also home to several such places that provide you the much-needed break from the cacophony of a metropolis. A place close to everyone’s heart is Ladakh. Yes, after […]

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