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  • single-traveler
    Feb 16 2017

    #GoSingle: 8 places to visit in India while you’re still single

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    ‘Travelling is the art of being happily single’ – Anonymous While being in a relationship is bliss, being single is even better. When you are single, your travel bags are lighter and no extra baggage tags of family and children are to be carried. Now is the time when you can travel freely, to destinations […]

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  • holi-inindia
    Feb 13 2017

    5 events you must attend in March

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    March, the month when the winter snows are thawing and the country is ready to welcome the spring. The month when it is really hard not to be hopeful – hopeful about the sunshine first time in months and hopeful about the upcoming festivals and celebrations. So get ready to make the most of the […]

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  • indian-heritage
    Feb 10 2017

    5 Heritage tours to take in India

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    “In religion, India is the only millionaire.. the one land that all men desire to see and having seen once, by even a glimpse, would not give that glimpse for all the shows of all the rest of the globe combined.” – Mark Twain India is a country with an ancient heritage! The rich and […]

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  • manali
    Feb 07 2017

    5 must-visits, must-eats and must-dos in Manali

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    Manali, a beautiful hill retreat in Himachal Pradesh is a backpacker’s paradise and a popular honeymoon destination in India. Situated amidst the wilderness of the Pir Panjal and Dauladhar range of Himalayas, it is also an ultimate place to experience adventure sports and enjoy yummilicious food. Here is a comprehensive guide which will take you […]

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  • old-delhi-chandni-chowk
    Feb 03 2017

    An itinerary to Chandni Chowk, Delhi

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    Chandni Chowk is one of the oldest and busiest markets in Delhi. If you are planning to visit the market, you would need a proper panning to explore it in and out. The present day Chandni Chowk is situated in Old Delhi. However, it was once made the capital city in 17th Century by Mughal […]

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  • breaking-stereotypes
    Feb 01 2017

    Breaking stereotypes! 8 Indian cities whose identity needs to be changed

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    ‘Stereotypes do exist, but we have to walk through them’ – Forest Whitaker India is a country with diverse culture and a unique identity that has helped us shape our own. Carrying forth our identities, sometimes we tend to forget the distinctive nature of others, be it a person or a city. Since the dialects […]

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  • colorful_street
    Jan 30 2017

    10 most colourful cities in India

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    ‘Colours are the smiles of nature’ – James Henry Leigh Hunt Colours bind us, colours make us fall in love and colours are the only language that is common to every individual. With dazzling combination of natural beauty, a number of hues splashed during the festivals and a melange of traditions, India is one of […]

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  • Indian city
    Jan 23 2017

    ‘Move over Metros!’ 6 Indian cities to live in

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    The metro cities in India are considered the centers of economy and cosmopolitan culture. However, the cost of living, dwindling resources and the lack of space might make you want to move to a city that is new, upcoming and yet strangely familiar. The city where minutes does not seem like hours and there are […]

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