Archive for: June 2014

Kathputli Colony in Delhi

Written on June 16, 2014 in Road Trip

A burst of colour greets you as soon as you take the turn into one of Delhi’s most interesting streets. The painted faces and vibrant costumes warmly welcome you to Kathputli Colony. A puppeteer is a person who makes an inanimate object, such as a puppet, in real time to create the life for that object. The puppeteer...

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Awesome beaches of Andaman Nicobar Island

Written on June 13, 2014 in USA

1. Andaman Island Cluster The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are a group of islands between Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea.The territory’s capital is the Andamanese town of Port Blair. The capital of Nicobar Islands is Car Nicobar.  Andaman Island  has many beautiful beaches  and has many water sport options with perfect mix of action...

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Holiday in States of India

Written on June 13, 2014 in USA

In India, every region with a considerable tourist footfall has its own things to see, do and buy. We, however, decided to bring you alternative aspects of five such places that will perhaps make you revisit them. A melting pot of vibrant cultures, India is a country famed for many things, with every state having...

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Splendorous Salvador

Written on June 11, 2014 in Nortth Americas

 Well! If u think Brazil is the Mecca for football enthusiast only, then one needs to give it a second thought, as this place has got much more to give on the tourism front as well. People have to admit that Salvador in Brazil tops on the list when it come to touring abroad. With...

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Pride and Glory

Written on June 5, 2014 in USA

Sword-wielding brave hearts, jousting enthusiasts, music and singing, a colourful carnival of tradition, and lots and lots of free food- this is “Holla Mohala” of festival name, held in Punjab’s annual festival of heroism, solidarity and gaiety. HOLO MOHALLA                Organised a day after Holi, the term Hola Mohalla...

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Turtle Walk in Chennai with Olive Ridley’s

Written on June 5, 2014 in Asia

Increasing number of humans threating their nesting ground, the Olive Ridley Turtle may soon be extinct. Turtle walk and help save these hard-shelled beings. The moon was full and high, against the sandy beach and the air was uncharacteristic nippy for that time of year. Thirty college students in shorts, their bags filled with snacks,...

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Best Place To Visit In Doha

Written on June 5, 2014 in USA

Doha It is the capital of Qatar. It is a developing city which looks set to become one of  the premier cities in the Gulf . It may be one of the smaller and less explored gulf cities but Doha has plenty of diverse options to keep you entertained. MUSEUM OF ISLAMIC ARTS With culture...

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Jantar Mantar in Delhi

Written on June 4, 2014 in Cities of India

Jantar Mantar  is one of the five ancient astronomical observatories in western and Northern India, offers amateurs and professionals ample opportunities to flex their photographic muscles. India is a nation that holds ...

A Venetian Vacation

Written on June 4, 2014 in Cities of Europe

VENICE CITY It speaks volumes of the venice city when, in spite of being so widely chronicled, one whiff of the salty air or the sway of the gondolier’s oar can offer you an experience that is entirely personal and unique. The magical hues of the eting sun bathe waer-front facedes in shades of Gold....

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