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Nawalgarh : A gallery like no other

They are often called as biggest open art galleries in the world. A village where almost every wall is a piece of art with frescoes more than 200 years old. Nawalgarh is in Jhunjhunu district of Shekhawati region of Rajasthan in India, not far from state capital Jaipur. Centuries before this used to be the […]

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Earth Day: Photo of the day

Its Earth day today. Lets make each other happier by making our earth happy. Let’s demonstrate support for environmental protection. Let’s make our cities more green, more sustainable. This painted stork migrates every year at a lake in the heart of  Delhi, very close to where I live. Watching him daily for months keep myself reminding […]

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Its rocking time at boat parties!

Secluded in the middle of the sea with thumping music, great company and a magical atmosphere, Boat Parties are catching up across the globe, including India! Ibiza, Prague, Croatia and Cannes are some of the most popular boat party destinations today. Let yourself loose and dance to the DJ’s electrifying tunes while soaking up some […]

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Tulip Garden at Heaven

Almost 50 thousand visitors have been to Tulips gardens, Srinagar since it was thrown open for public early this month. Tulips are in full bloom and will remain so for atleast early May. Don’t miss a chance to see one of the most beautiful places on this planet.

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Photo of the Day: Charminar, Hyderabad

On World Heritage Day, a monument standing still to changing times in history… Charminar (four minarets)  at Hyderabad. Testimony to fast paced changes around- socially, culturally and politically. A jewel in India’s heritage crown…

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Amur tigers are increasing in Russia

The population of the Amur tigers in the Khabarovsk Region National Park has reached 10. This is approximately three times more than it was three years ago, when the “North Tiger” project was first implemented, the Amur branch of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) of Russia reports.  The Amur tiger is the strongest felid and […]

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Davos awaits with a vibrant summer

Davos Klosters is a vibrant cosmos packed with contrasts that are mutually attractive and enhancing: a sports eldorado, health resort, business city and cultural metropolis merge together in the middle of stunning mountain scenery and transform Europe’s highest-altitude Alpine town into the place of a thousand possibilities. Here are some of the exhilarating events in […]

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Say it with Flowers!

Brussels has an extremely rich green heritage: Brussels Park, the Botanical Garden, Leopold Park, the Bois de la Cambre, the Mont des Arts… A lot need to be told about them. . It is with the aim of rediscovering these hidden treasures that the Year of Flora will take place until March 2015. Exhibitions, visits, walks, […]

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Trekking in Dhauladhar near Dharamshala – Triund

18 km from Dharamshala, Triund (2975 mtr) lies at the feet of the perpetually snow clad Dhauladhar at the height of 2975 m. It also forms the base for trek to Indrahar Pass via Lahesh Cave. A moderate and enjoyable trek worth a trip in summers as well as in winters. The snow line starts at Ilaqa […]

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An eventful June in Wales

Wales offers a whole lot of events which caters to people of all genres. Whether you’re a fun seeking family, a chilled out couple, or anything in-between, there are plenty of things to do in Wales during these events.Unlock a land of myths and legends, vibrant history and culture, stately homes, mighty castles and great gardens, all enveloped […]

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