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A Journey Through Southern India – Kanyakumari

BY: Amandeep Singh
Posted On: 10 Feb 2017


A tour to Kanyakumari, the southernmost tip is exciting. I had read this in books and heard from my friends too. This time, I wanted to experience the thrill myself. So I made a plan to visit one of the most impressive tourist spots in India on my Southern Trip which included a visit to Rameswar

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A Trip to Jaisalmer - The city of Sand

BY: Pawan Kumar
Posted On: 10 Feb 2017


A trip to Rajasthan has always been on my must-do list. However, I just couldn't make it happen. Weather, office work, family, mood and temptations to try out other places – a lot of things have played crucial in the deciding factor. Finally, last year I planned a trip to Jaisalmer and Jodhpur

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Fort Kochi – A Chance to Explore the Beauty of Kerala Amidst the Colonial Charm

BY: Vikas Kumar
Posted On: 09 Feb 2017


On my visit to Fort Kochi in 2014, I didn't come across cannons or other war-like lavish displays that usually explains the essence of a fort. However, it is certainly surrounded by narrow alleys. And don't expect these alleys to lead you to a palace of any king or queen. Interestingly, Fort Koc

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Breathtaking Kashmir – A Visit to The Crown of India

BY: Ranvir Kapoor
Posted On: 09 Feb 2017


This post is about my visit to one of the most beautiful place in India, Kashmir en route a visit to sacred Shri Amarnath. The trip was undertaken in the year 2015. It was my first visit to Paradise on earth. However, it was just an en route visit. Next time, I am planning to go on a full-fledge

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A Visit to Kanyakumari – The Divine Confluence Three Oceans

BY: Varinder Sood
Posted On: 08 Feb 2017


Last year, I had booked a tour to Kanyakumari for me and my wife. It was a gift for my wife on our anniversary. Since it is a long tour, I made sure we had enough time in hand. I knew there are numerous places to visit here.

We started our trip on the 9th of November in 2013. The plan was

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A Visit to Jaisalmer – Top 10 Things to See and Do in the Golden City

BY: Munish Verma
Posted On: 08 Feb 2017


My first trip to Rajasthan, was full of fun. This is one place in India I would like to travel again and again. Such a huge colourful state, full of life! Cities like Jaipur, Ajmer, Udaipur and Jodhpur are very famous among tourists abroad and in India. So why did I opt for Jaisalmer of all plac

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Varanasi – A Trip to Ancient Indian City

BY: Tara Chand
Posted On: 08 Feb 2017


Varanasi trip was a unique experience for me. I was all by myself and nothing was planned. Right from the stay to food and transport, everything was simple.

Varanasi


So I reached Varanasi by trai

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A Trip Around the Nainital Town

BY: Partik Kumar
Posted On: 07 Feb 2017


We wanted to celebrate our anniversary in a nice beautiful place which is near Delhi. After thinking about it a lot, we decided on moving to Nainital. We reached the beautiful place after 3 pm. The Mall Road is still one of the best places to be. Presently, the place is lined with shops, food st

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A Memorable Journey to Dubare, Madikeri and Mysore

BY: Kapil Sharma
Posted On: 06 Feb 2017

This post is about one of my trips to Mysore with my wife. The trip started from Bangalore to Talacauvery and then towards Dubare Elephant Camp at 3.00 pm. Dubare is a beautiful forest camp settled on the banks of Cauvery. It serves as a nice base and a training center for elephants. The place is ru

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Shani Shingnapur – A Visit to The Humble Abode of Shani Dev, the Lord of Justice

BY: Ashok Garg
Posted On: 06 Feb 2017

Shani Shingnapur is a village located in Nevasa taluka in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra state, India. The village is popular for a temple of Shani, the Hindu god associated with the planet (graha) Saturn. Shingnapur is also very popular for the fact that no house in the village has doors, only

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A Memorably Lavish yet Very Affordable Trip to Matheran

BY: Tushar Kapoor
Posted On: 02 Feb 2017

I planned this trip to celebrate my third wedding anniversary with wife. She hates trekking and I really didn't know how the entire thing would fare her 'romantic anniversary celebration'. To compensate for some of the things she hated, I booked a luxurious stay. Since it was about celebrating an an

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Rohtang Pass And Manali – A Road Review by Hard Core Travel Enthusiast

BY: Tara Chand
Posted On: 02 Feb 2017

Last year, while on a recent trip to Keylong / Lahaul, I encountered with Rohtang pass at least twice in weeks. I had an opportunity to spend a couple of hours up there. This gave me a chance to witness to the magnanimity of Rohtang Pass. What I noticed about Rohtang Pass is its grandeur and glory.

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