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Uncork at the Hong Kong Wine & Dine Month

Does your belly drives your travel appetite? Or you simply love socialising over a glass of red wine? Either way, November is best time to be in Hong Kong, provided you love good food, good drinks, good entertainment and good people. (And who doesn’t!) The month long “Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival” has commenced […]

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On Lion Trail – A photo journey

When it comes to big cats, undoubtedly they sway all the enthusiasm of tourists in their favour. Thats the reason that although forests themselves hold inherent beauty with all important fascinating wild life other than the cats, but when one goes to a sanctuary there is a single point motive of seeing a big cat […]

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Davos Klosters has a host of family activities in winter

Davos Klosters offers a wide range of winter activities for families. Young and old alike are sure to find activities to enjoy the snow, either in the valley or high up in the six ski areas, depending on their ability. Families will have great fun experiencing tobogganing, ice skating or playing hockey together. A wealth […]

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My prized catch – A photo gallery

Migratory birds are treat to be shot (through camera of course). They are here, in many parts of the peninsular India. This is the most awaited time to visit the bird sanctuaries around. Painted storks are big and beautiful. Its also delightful to see that how amazingly easy they catch there prey- fish indeed. This […]

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Photo of the Day – Lioness on Prowl

No sight can be more captivating and fascinating then watching the King in its territory. Well here is a queen although… but by no means lesser in beauty and pride. Watching a lioness in wild at just an arm’s length or may be less, with nothing in between except hard breath of both man and […]

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Kausani, through flowers – A photo story!

Kausani is all famous for its Himalayan View- a panorama of the Nanda Devi range from Chaukhamba peak to Panchachuli. I am somehow fond of this place and have done many posts about it. But I have always loved these himalayan cities for their flowers too. So bright, blooming. They make such a beautiful contrast […]

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Indian Accent is the most popular restaurant in India

We Indians love our food. Ain’t we! We can proudly challenge any country in the world with the wide range of food we have from North to South and East to West and can beat the nearest competitor by a huge margin. No doubt we have some of the choices restaurants in the world as […]

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Kanupriya – An Odissi choreography

Kanupriya – An Odissi choreography presentation by Shubhada Varadkar at Khajuraho festival of dances 2015. Shubhada is a disciple of late guru Kelucharan Mohapatra. She has choreographed and performed at many prestigious national and international dance festivals. Her few recent productions- ‘Journey to Divinity’, “Chitrangada’, ‘Kanupriya’ and ‘Amrutghanu’ are a few ballets that have won […]

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Photo of the Day – We are back

It was heartening to see the couple of painted storks back in the lake. It was bit pleasantly surprising also, because winters this year  seem to be arriving bit late as its already mid-October and maximum temperature is still hovering around 35o celsius. So sight of migratory birds in the lake (Sanjay Lake, East Delhi), […]

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In the shadow of a Great King

Sikandara in Agra is home to one of the greatest kings ever to rule this country- Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar. He was buried here and his tomb is among one of the greatest structures of the era (See: Here lies a great king). One may say that this tomb misses the grandeur of the another tomb […]

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