A Trip to Amritsar, Harmandir Sahib

by admin on February 26, 2011

Harmandir Sahib Amritsar

Amritsar Day 01 / Day 2 It was a beautiful rainy day on the 24th of July 2010 in Delhi. With my bags packed and me all ready to go to the airport, I cannot wait to board the aircraft to reach Amritsar. Since the flight to Amritsar is not long, just after 1 hr. [...]

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Amazing Festivals of India – February

by admin on February 9, 2011

Crafts Mela at SurajKund - Shopper

Surajkund Crafts Mela (February): If you want to witness the culture and heritage of India then the Surajkund Crafts Mela (Mela means a Fair) is an experience in itself. It is one of the Largest Craft Fairs in India which attracts a large number of visitors from all over. This fair is held in the [...]

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The Amazing Festivals Of India – January

by admin on January 25, 2011

Bonfire Lohri

When it comes to celebrating the different Fairs and Festivals of India, then how can the people of this Wonderful Place be left behind? At the time of celebrating everyone comes together irrespective of Cast, Creed or Religion. So let’s go on a journey and be a part of these wonderful Fairs and Festivals of [...]

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Kasauli – Quiet as a prayer!

by admin on September 28, 2010

Kasauli

Kasauli There are moments as the weekend approach when you feel like dropping everything and get away to a place where you don’t see the same streets, same flyovers and the same restaurants! A place where you don’t need to walk the talk, just walk and relax – Kasauli in Himachal Pradesh is one such [...]

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Jodhpur – Kingdom of the Sun

by admin on September 27, 2010

Blue Jodhpur

  Jodhpur Jodhpur is the next stop in our exciting journey to Rajasthan, the getaway to romance, myths, and legends. Just like Jaipur is called the Pink City, Jodhpur is known as the Blue City (for a prevalence of blue buildings) and also the Sun City for its predominantly sunny climate. For those of you [...]

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Wrestling Hope in Commonwealth Games

by admin on September 22, 2010

Ramesh Kumar – The wrestler who came back from the cold! India’s wrestlers attending the Sonipat national camp for the Commonwealth Games 2010, travel to Delhi every week to practice in better facilities. The one that stands out is Ramesh Kumar from Haryana, not just for his superior technique but something else – an aura [...]

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Delhi Commonwealth Games, 2010

by admin on September 17, 2010

The Indian capital is all set to host the 19th edition of the Commonwealth Games from 3-14 October, 2010 and not only Delhi but airports of several cities like Mumbai, Goa, and Bangalore have been given a make-over for the boom in tourism that is a certainty in the coming days. With a budget spanning [...]

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Cricket in India is nothing short of a religion. Especially after the recent success that the team has garnered, it is bound to be elevated to such a level. Yet as they say, there is always a positive and negative effect of everything. We have seen the positive, the negative is that it over-shadows other [...]

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International Airport Terminal 3

Destination Delhi is bound to reach a stratospheric level of comfort and satisfaction this summer. T3, the new terminal at Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi to become functional from the first week of July, 2010 is all set to usher in a new era in passenger transit catering to both the domestic and the [...]

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Athletics

Your chance to witness some or all of the twelve days of sporting history is here. A total of 1.7 million tickets for the Commonwealth Games, with their prices ranging from Rs. 50 to Rs. 50,000, have been made available to the general public since June 4, 2010. While the cost of tickets for the [...]

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