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Rann of Kutch – Dholavira at Khadir Bet

Nature is unforgiving here in Dholavira at Khadir Bet (island on the Rann of Kutch Lake). The terrain remains under flood waters during monsoon,...
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Char Dham Yatra – Sublime Connect With Nature

Char Dham Yatra to the Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath have gained immense importance in the cultural traditions.
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Tadiandamol Coorg – Thrilling Monsoon Trek

Tadiandamol Coorg, the tallest peak in Coorg District of Karnataka makes you negotiate stiff challenges while on a monsoon trek.
Shaniwarwada Fort, Pune

Shaniwarwada Fort – Seat of Peshwa Power

The Seat of 18th Century Maratha Power It isn’t often that you come across a monumental historical residence such as this, where even the bare...
Grand view of Kotagiri Valley

Kotagiri – Keystone to Indigenous Tribal Welfare and Development

A Heaven called Kotagiri A chill breeze blew across my face the moment I opened my door early in the morning. The dense fog had...
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Hampi – Boulders and Ruins have a tale to tell

THE KISHKINDHA MOMENTS Mountainous gigantic boulders scattered everywhere form the landscape and contours of Hampi, as I look around from the top of Anjanadri Hill....

Chhoti Haldwani Kaladhungi – Village nurtured by Jim Corbett

SPINE CHILLING MOMENTS"Any moment a tiger can dart out of these bushes”. My guide Mohan Pandey whispers, sounding quite cool. "Probably it's watching our...
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Kanchipuram – Carved in Stone and Woven in Silk

Arriving at Chengalpattu station, the glistening massive Kolavai Lake, took my breath away. My train changes direction here, taking me through lush green farms...
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Colorful Fontainhas – Panjim Goa’s best kept secret

Panjim Goa is one of the best places to visit. The colorful fontainhas has buildings of different hues.
Secunderabad Railway Station

Secunderabad-The confluence of influences

Hyderabad's twin city Secunderabad, established in 1806 was originally a British cantonment. Secunderabad today is both a cultural and food destination.
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