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Time(less) Travel: India’s First Heritage Villages

by Mukul and Shilpa Gupta

It starts off as a distant drone, faint and unidentifiable. But in no time − we must have done barely a dozen more steps − it turns into horrendous high-pitched squ...

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Starting My Day Differently At The German Bakery, Pune

by Piu Sur

Mid air, midnight on my flight to Pune I made a quick decision. As usual, when there, I would start my day with breakfast at the German Bakery. Since I was on ...

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Kolkata 2 Ujjain. Where Time Stopped

by Piu Sur

Ujjain was just a city in my history books during my school days. Little did I know that soon I would be there. With no plans, a sudden trip was planned to Ujjain as I ...

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Sightings And Serenity

by Supriya Newar

What do you do after a rewarding, morning jungle safari where you’ve seen a big cat in its full roar and glory? You treat yourself to a shower and a sumptuous lunch f...

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The National Museum, New Delhi

by Sayanti Mukherji

A museum is a place which showcases and informs the public of the heritage and history, artifacts and culture of a country. A visit to one is often the done thing in on...

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A Bite Of History: Old Delhi Street Food

by Mukul and Shilpa Gupta

We notice the steam doing its dervish-like dance over the pattals (plates fashioned out of dried leaves) but after waiting several minutes drooling over the pl...

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CORBETT – Call Of The Wild

by Supriya Newar

What draws me to the jungles? I must confess that all my life I have been partial to the hills. No matter how many times I visit the hills, the charm doesn’t ebb. The...

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Lost And Found In Meghalaya

by Madhumay Mallik

Meghalaya – a place where the rains make a constant rumble, where you can open your doors to the clouds, where the air is as pure as it can ever be. One of the Seven ...

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Flavors Of North East India

by Munmi Barthakur

North-Eastern Cuisine is an exciting blend of flavors reflecting the myriad tribes and their cultures and traditions. However, they have often been viewed with skeptici...

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Experiences From My Sikkim Trip

by Krishnandu Sarkar

Recently I went to Sikkim and thought of writing about my experience which may help others to plan their trip.As I always prefer the mountains over beaches and I have n...

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Rushikulya – The Land Of The Olive Ridley Turtle

by Madhumay Mallik

Named after the river that originates from the “Kashmir of Odisha”, Rushikulya presents a landscape that screams for help. Yet, it is heard only once every year whe...

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Bliss In The Moksha Himalaya Spa Resort, Parwanoo

by Munmi Barthakur

Our four day holiday to the Moksha Himalaya Spa Resort in Parwanoo, Himachal Pradesh, was an idyllic one and a breath of fresh air after the cloying pollution of Delhi....

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