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Lockdown reads: Walking down the Agra’s necropolis, in the shadow of the Taj

Walking around Taj Mahal is like roaming within different layers of Mughal history. Once you start peeling off these layers, you get to know—one after the other—many lesser known facts

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Lockdown chronicles : Photo diary of first 10 days of forced sit-in

For all travel bugs, it is hard to- not just stay at one place but confined to boundaries of their homes. No different for me. It isn’t so that my

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Lockdown reads: INDIA among most photogenic spiritual destinations in the World!

Well, during this almost global lockdown due to coronavirus pandemic, all type of travels are suspended. Instagrammers who are used to post daily for their accounts are either digging photos

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Where a Shah Jahan’s queen lies in solitude on the other side of Taj

At a very remote corner just outside the boundary of Taj Mahal complex towards its Eastern gate, when you climb the narrow stairs of Sandali Masjid you get an eerie

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A great night-life rendezvous at Brussels

Well, people are afraid of travel in these times of Coronavirus, but then there are many incentives to show some courage to travel (with proper precautions ofcourse), even in these

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Luxury meets tradition at Qatar

Qatar boasts a long tradition of luxury – from its days as a pearl diving settlement to the present day, where its hospitality, culture and retail offerings are steeped in

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Dining at the world’s best Michelin-starred restaurant to staying in a luxurious 11th century castle! 

Costa Brava is a coastal region of Catalonia in northeastern Spain known for its virgin beaches and bays against the scenic backdrop of heavily wooded hills. One of the most

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When story transcends literature and becomes an art and drama

We all have listened to stories in our childhood. And, I am certainly not talking here about text book stories but about bedtime stories listening to grandmas in particular. It

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Travelling on a budget with the Best Airlines

Planning to travel? Wish to explore the world and experience international culture? Whether you’re heading out for a flamboyant family vacation with your loved ones or hustling from country to

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There would have been no Jaisalmer without Gadsisar

In the maps, Gadsisar Lake of Jaisalmer is said to be as big as the city itself! Besides size, it also shares most of its age. In about 800 years

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