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Monsoon Getaways From The Nature’s Basket Wed, 27-07-2016

  The raindrops add beauty to the nature’s abode and make everything more lively and colorful. Monsoon is the time of the year when you can visit some of the exotic places and capture nature’s beauty in its most amazing manner. With curvy roads, free-flowing rivers and mountains covered with…

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Experience The “Rapid Falls” Of Nature Mon, 4-07-2016

India is blessed with some of the best and most splendid waterfalls in the world. Each Indian state has its own natural gem to enthral the large amount of tourists every year. Within the geographies of India, there is an array of the most beautiful waterfalls in India to visit…

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The Mysterious Krishna’s Butter Ball Rock Fri, 1-07-2016

‘Krishna’s Butter Ball’ is a huge 20 feet high and 5 meter wide rock that stands well-balanced on a slippery slope of a hillock at Mahabalipuram. The most astounding fact about the rock is that it looks like about to roll down the slope but had been always remain standing…

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Dubai & Bollywood: A Remakable Saga Continues Tue, 28-06-2016

Bollywood theme park is all set to open in October 2016, as part of a “go-getting” attraction called Dubai Parks and Resorts. According to CEO Raed Al Nuaimi, “The cultural effect and appeal of Bollywood is universal.” The park will have 16 unique attractions dedicated to Mumbai’s major film studios…

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Trivia: Myths About Unakoti Tue, 21-06-2016

Innumerable huge rock-cut images and stone idols of Lord Shiva lay silently in the lost hills of Unakoti. Behind this persists the mystery that how they were made. We are only left with various myths to rest upon. Located in the chief tourist spot of Unakoti District in the Kailashahar…

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Trivia: Khumbhalgarh Fort Tue, 14-06-2016

With seven gigantic gates and the width of 15 to 25 feet, it claims to be the second longest wall in the world after the Great Wall of China.   There are over 360 temples inside the periphery wall of the fort, 300 ancient Jain amongst several Hindu temples.  …

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World’s Longest And Deepest Rail Tunnel Opens In Switzerland Wed, 8-06-2016

After two decades of construction work, the World’s longest rail tunnel beneath the Swiss Alps was opened officially on 1st June. Yes, it is Gotthard tunnel which stretches along 57 Km (35 miles) between northern and southern Europe provides a high speed rail link connecting the cities of Bodio and…

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T20 World Cup Venue 2016 – All You Should Know Fri, 18-03-2016

With the commencement of the T20 Cricket World Cup, the high fever of the highly celebrated game – cricket has taken all the fans under it. As India is hosting this big cricket festival, let’s know something about the cricket grounds where over 27 days, from March 8 to April…

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Top 10 Travel Phobias You May Not Even believe You Have Wed, 10-02-2016

Well yes, you know about aviatophobia (fear of flying), claustrophobia (fear of bounded spaces), hydrophobia (fear of water) or Xenophobia (fear of strangers); these are pretty common. But what about those anxiety-infusing scenarios and conditions that comes up when you are on a long journey? You might have experienced a…

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Vaishno Devi – One of the holiest pilgrimages of our times Tue, 9-02-2016

Located in the picturesque Trikuta hills of Jammu, Vaishno Devi is amongst the most visited and revered pilgrimage places for Hindus. The cave temple dedicated to Goddess Shakti or Parvati, is believed to be home of thirty-three Hindu deities. Throughout the year this extremely sacred temple is flooded by large…

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