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Today India celebrates Diwali and let us discuss on why and how Diwali is celebrated? Diwali is one of the most festive occasions for the Hindus in India. The so-called “Festival of lights” brings happiness and colour to one’s life. It is celebrated to commemorate the occasion of the homecoming of Lord Rama to Ayodhya. […]

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I have heard a lot about the Tanjore Maratha Palace at Tanjore, Tamilnadu. Though I have been to Tanjore and even made a visit to the famous “BIG” Temple or the Brihadeeswarar Temple, I never had any idea about Tanjore Palace. I decided to give it a try and I did make a visit recently. […]

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The Jyotirlingas are of great religious significance for the Hindus. There are twelve Jyotirlinga temples spread over India and are the most prominent among the other Shiva temples for the pilgrims. The Somnath Temple at Gujarat is believed to be the first among the twelve. The first structure of the Somnath Temple is believed to be constructed by the […]

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The God’s own country Kerala has been listed among the “12 destinations to travel in 2017”. It is the only Indian destination which claimed the spot in the list announced by the Association of British Travel Body [ABTA], the most prominent Travel and Tour operators association in Britain. No wonder, the evergreen land of Kerala has been entertaining travellers […]

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The Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple located at the southernmost district of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram, has been headlining the world news in the recent years. It hold in its vaults, more than a trillion dollar worth of treasure, claiming the title of the “Richest temple in the World”. There are six vaults altogether inside the temple named […]

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Gokarna, a peaceful town to the North of Karnataka is known among the travel community for its temples. However, in the last decade or so, it has gained international fame for its laid-out beaches and pack of hippie travelers it sees all year round. Unlike the full-stretch party hub like Goa, Gokarna is a more […]

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Kodaikanal is best enjoyed during the Winter [November to January] when the monsoon retreats, and with the clear sky along with the serene ambiance, it is picture perfect to enjoy your holidays. However, a visit during the monsoon is never a bad idea as well. Though it would be foggy, Kodaikanal is still entertaining with a […]

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Kasauli is a hilly town in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh. Located around 2300 feet above sea level, it is no less than a heaven for the trekkers and nature enthusiasts. The cool climate and the scenic landscape will definitely fill in your senses. The town was developed by the British and is famous […]

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The Golconda Fort at Telangana is one of the most popular medieval fortresses in India. Originally built by the Kakatiya Kings in 12th century, it was the capital of the Qutb-Shahi kings who ruled the area during the 16th and 17th century. Though in ruins now after the invasion of the then Mughal king Aurangzeb, it still possess […]

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Yelagiri, a least explored tourist destination and therefore is still in its pristine condition, unpolluted. It has a lot to offer for adventure lovers and trekking enthusiasts. The way up the hills is itself thrilling and adventurous with 14 hair pin bends which expose you to some panoramic views of this lovely hill station. Rock […]

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