Four Best Honeymoon Places in India – 1

by admin on December 10, 2013

Taj Mahal, Agra

After the henna and haldi applications, exchange of garlands and smiles in rather stiff new clothes and walking around the sacred pyre, while bandwalas have played their last symphony a new breeze awakens. The time has come to run hand in hand in some un-trodden land. Once you are at the crossroads, we bring you [...]

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Goa Beach

Have you tried the Beach Tours of India yet? The main thing the journey requires is a love for sand, sea and swimming and a hunger for seafood. The plus factor is, that you will be staying in five star luxuries all the way, and living as a true blue blooded with all the superlative [...]

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Senior Citizens Travelling waiting for a Bus

Travelling with the elderly requires special attention to detail. Although it is a fun filled and joyous experience, we must always be vigilant when travelling with senior citizens so as to ensure they are well protected.  True, elders may have all the time to take time out and go for vacations, but don’t surprise your [...]

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Buddha Purnima

Six hundred and twenty three years before the birth of Christ, the ‘Light of Asia’ began to rise. Gautama Buddha or ‘The Enlightened One’ was born in 623 BC on a full moon day and attained enlightenment in 588 BC. Though he was born in Lumbini, Nepal, he attained enlightenment in a place called Bodh [...]

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Ram Navami 2013 at Ayodhya

by admin on April 18, 2013

Ramnavami

All of us probably dream of a time called ‘Ram Rajya’. A time when virtuousness reigned supreme, combined with justice for all in divine harmony. Lord Ram, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, was born on the 9th day of Chaitra month; hence the term ‘Navami.’ Everybody knows his birthplace: a city called Ayodhya. The name [...]

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Baisakhi: Marking an Epoch

by admin on April 5, 2013

Baisakhi Celebrations

From north to south India, Baisakhi is celebrated in different contexts. While for the Sikh community, it commemorates the founding of the Khalsa, in most other parts of India it heralds in the Hindu New Year. For the Sikhs, celebrations are held all across Punjab, but especially at the Talwandi Sabo where Guru Gobind Singh [...]

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Holi Festival In India

by admin on March 12, 2013

Happy Holi

Holi heralds in the advent of spring in a kaleidoscopic assortment of colours. Legend has it that the king of demons Hiranyakashipu was granted a boon by Lord Brahma so that he could not be killed during day or night, at home or outside, nor on earth or in the sky, not by man or [...]

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Maha Shivaratri in Varanasi

by admin on March 2, 2013

Shivratri In India

Need a mystic vacation in mid March? Divinity merged with infinite rituals and legends of yore during the Maha Shivratri Festival in Varanasi makes it the best place to be. Located on the banks of the holy river Ganges, Varanasi is referred by some pilgrims as Kashi or Benares. Most pilgrims visit it during one [...]

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Taj Mahotsav

by admin on February 15, 2013

Taj mahotsav

Hustle! The Taj Mahotsav is on! Hire a chauffeur driven car and get there so that you and your family don’t need to worry about driving or traffic problems. The plus points: It’s just 3 hours from Delhi on the Taj Expressway and heat and dust hasn’t yet started in earnest. Based on the theme of [...]

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Places To Visit In Punjab

by admin on February 4, 2013

Golden Temple, Amritsar

Crisscrossed by wheat and paddy fields that are fed by rivers Beas, Sutlej, Ravi, Chenab and Jhelum, Punjab is a sheer delight to visit. The citizens of Punjab are warm and friendly and their culture unique. People there say there is no greater joy than to pick and carry red hot chilly peppers in a [...]

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