Jaipur: The Pink City


Rajasthan is one of the well known state of Western India and Jaipur is the state capital of Rajasthan which is famous as the “Pink city of India”. The city was founded during 1727 by Jai Singh, the ruler of Amer after whom the city was named. Jaipur is just 280 Km away from the country capital New Delhi. So most of the tourists want to visit Jaipur as the city has most prominent tourist places of India making Golden Triangle with Agra and New Delhi.   As pink is…

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The Gateway of India

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  Mumbai arch monument, The Gateway of India was built by the British during their rule over India. The power and majesty of the British Empire was symbolized through this structure. It is a popular place to visit in Colaba (South Mumbai) on the coast of Arabian Sea and opposite to the Taj Palace. It is the remarkable landmark of Mumbai City. The beautifully designed and strong pillars of this monument remind us about the sacrifices of our countrymen and also about the colonial rule.

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Bhubaneswar, Ekamra Kshetra


Bhubaneswar: As the state Odisha has full of tourists places, Bhubaneswar is one of those.The Smart City Bhubaneswar is the capital of Odisha as well as centre of eastern India. Historically this place is known as “Ekamra Kshetra” as well as “Temple City” as one will find temples at every corner of it. It has significant sacred cultural landscape components along with many natural resources.  Today’s Smart City was formally established in 1948. Here we can find Hindu, Buddhists, Jain heritage and some finest Kalingam temples with Kalinga architecture. Bhubaneswar with Puri and Konark, it forms…

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Wild Wadi Water Park Dubai

Wild Wadi Water Park dubai

Situated in the shadow of the Burj Al Arab, this Dubai water park is a fun-soaked water park themed around the adventures of Juha and Sinbad, the popular characters from Arabian folklore. Here you will discover more than 30 amazing rides and attractions for all the family. Go body boarding at Wipeout, float through ever changing landscapes or scream to your heart’s content at Jumeirah Sceirah. The adventurous should head straight to Jumeriah Sceirah, a six-second adrenaline-rush of a ride that looms over the waterpark and drops you down a…

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Jalebi, Dough is poured in circles and fried till it becomes golden brown


It may be a pretzel or a doughnut that you’ll might prefer, but nothing beats the Indian Jalebi. No other sweet can be this simple and utterly delicious at the same time. Dough is poured in circles and fried till it becomes golden brown, it is then dipped in sugar syrup and you have the complicated shaped jalebi. The jalebi experience is unique. Though crisp and sticky on the outside, it is warm and juicy on the inside. There are many ways to understad the making of the jalebis. Plus…

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5 Youth Cafes in Dream City

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1) Barista Creme – Colaba A spin-off from the Barista coffee chain, Barista Crème takes the concept of the coffee-shop and adds in deli sandwiches, salads, cheese melts and sweet hot and cold desserts. People still come here to enjoy full-flavoured espresso and cappuccino, but the café-like atmosphere ensures that people take their time. It is a popular place for breakfast with friends or a working lunch.   2) Cafe Coffee Day. One of India’s leading coffee-chains, Café Coffee Day serves up real espresso, cappuccino and other Italian favourites, made…

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KhaoGali food

1) Lane Connecting SNDT to Cross Maidan. Once you enter this lane from the Churchgate station, your nostrils will be accosted with the aroma of food wafting out of the thelas lined on both sides of the street. Catering to the steady crowd of office goers and college students, who throng this place from morning to night, this Khau Galli is actually the lifeline for many. The staples at this Khau Galli are the butter pav bhajis, chaats and milkshakes. Fancy a non-vegetarian meal? Cross over to theCross Maidan, for…

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Tales from the north India trip.

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A chapter from my north India trip which took me across the beautiful states of Kashmir, Jammu and Punjab. Below is an account of my experience at the retreat ceremony at Wagah border. The Retreat Ceremony I have never been to a sports arena in my life. All those matches and football finals – I‘ve always caught it on TV. The thrill of watching the game live, the thunder of the spectators as their chant reverberates throughout makes one hair stand on end. A similar experience was in store for…

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My journey to Indonesia


Rugged and adventurous, the Indonesian island is growing in popularity for intrepid travellers. But I felt it is useful in the terms of business. As a tourist, I find it to similar to India some parts. As performing adventure the island is a great place to explore it, diverse underwater escape, surf breaks and surging rivers, wildlife, trekking. Indonesia to be believed has also helped cultivation of trade to China and Indian Kingdoms. It has a lot of population and people there are very helpful. Half of the crowd are…

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7 New Year’s travel resolutions with travel trends


GO TO A FESTIVAL Whether it’s music, wine, food or culture, festivals are a great way to embrace the summer sun or shake the winter blues. TRAVEL SOLO It might just be the best thing you ever did… TRAVEL WITH YOUR BEST FRIEND(S) Even if you have to cross the world to see them, they’re infinitely worth the trip. VISIT A CITY YOU’VE NEVER SEEN BEFORE Don’t keep going back to the same place, there’s a whole world out there to explore and cities offer an easily accessible way into…

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