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  • Winning The Perfect Holiday To Coorg

    My trip to Coorg was the most amazing and memorable holiday of my life. As soon I reached Bangalore, the driver was at the airport on time to receive me in a neat and clean Indica. Our drive to Coorg ...

    Winning The Perfect Holiday To Coorg
  • Order Your Blog Here

    Whether it is a destination on your bucket list or that offbeat land you are curious about, we’ll find out all there is to know and publish it here for you! Just give us your order..

    Order Your Blog Here
  • Top 10 Famous Dishes Of Delhi

    If you ask a Delhiite what are two things that really stand out for them about the city, it would be the rich history and the mouth-watering food. Now, I have to admit this blog sure got me in a tizzy...

    Top 10 Famous Dishes Of Delhi
  • Best Monsoon Holidays In India This Year

    After the scorching summer heat this year, monsoon is finally here to provide that much-needed solace in the otherwise ‘oven-like’ surroundings. In case you are wondering if it’s a good idea to ...

    Best Monsoon Holidays In India This Year
  • FAQs For Students Travelling Abroad

    The first semester in international colleges is just round the corner and it’s about time you start planning your travel. Whether you’re a seasoned traveller or a first timer, there are always a bunch...

    FAQs For Students Travelling Abroad
  • That’s Strange – How Far Would You Travel To Get…

    A cup of tea? Let me guess – Darjeeling, Assam, Munnar or maybe even China. However, buying tea is still easier. Simply, go to a local market at any of these places, look for your favourite tea,...

    That’s Strange – How Far Would You Travel To Get…

Explore The Lesser Known Beauty Of Faroe And Orkney Islands

Where the sun breaks through the near constant cloud cover to reveal breathtaking scenery, where lush green fields suddenly drop into the blue sea and where there are twice as many sheep as people, is the archipelago of the lesser known islands – Faroe and Orkney Islands. Don’t Pack Your Beachwear Any mention of ‘island’ and our minds, as if on cue, bring forth the image of... »

Indian Travel Troll 6: Queuing up – India vs Rest Of The World

Indian Travel Troll 6: Queuing up – India vs Rest Of The World

Kyun tum queue nahi banate? Said no Indian ever. Cutting corners and jumping the line are some things we follow religiously. It doesn’t matter if we’re in India or abroad. Where there’s a queue, we will be here, there, everywhere. But see how the rest of the world queues up (in an orderly manner) and our way seems a tad messed up. So maybe, just for once, be a little patient and ... »


6 Reasons Why You Must Visit Goa This Monsoon

When one thinks of Goa, the first thing that comes to your mind is the beach. But there’s a lot more to this beautiful little state than the sun, sand and surf, and the monsoon season is just the perfect time to discover that. Rich in natural beauty, complete with unending carpets of greenery, a laid back way of life and delicious cuisine, there is never a bad time to visit Goa. Goa during monsoon... »

Best Places To Eat In Delhi During Ramadan

Best Places To Eat In Delhi During Ramadan

We all know that Delhi is a foodie’s paradise. But one of the best times to taste the specialties of this culinary jannat is during Ramadan. Having been a food aficionado for years, here are my top recommendations for the best places, restaurants and dishes to eat in Delhi during Ramadan: #1. Al Jawahar: Jama Masjid After a memorable cultural and spiritual moment at the Jama Masjid at the ti... »


DU Diary: 10 Hotspots For Shopping Near The Campus

The gap between a 10 am lecture and 3 pm one can be pure agony. Why can’t we just get over with the classes already? Ugh. Well, one option is to simply eat your time away… but take the advice of someone who has done so and has three extra kilos to prove that it really isn’t one of the best ideas. With so many markets in close proximity to your college, there’s always someplace to go and loiter aro... »

Ole o le Ole o le… feeling Kenyan at Mombasa and Nairobi (Part III)

Ole o le Ole o le… feeling Kenyan at Mombasa and Nairobi (Part III)

On the last leg of my trip I visited Mombasa and Nairobi to enjoy the gorgeous beaches, exciting water sports, vibrant night scene and bustling city life. I left early morning from Masai Mara to board the flight to Mombasa. Upon arrival I headed to the hotel, Sarova White Sands, situated north of Mombasa town-a luxurious property with a private beach. The best part of the property is that it has f... »

Eid-ul-Fitr Celebrations Across India-Jama-Masjid-Old-Delhi

Eid-ul-Fitr Celebrations Across India

The holy month of Ramadan is coming to an end and Eid ul Fitr is just around the corner. It is a time for togetherness for friends and relatives. It is also a time to feast and devour delicious sevaiyaan and biryani. Beyond all this, Ramadan is the time to pray for and celebrate the teachings of Prophet Muhammad and remember his great sacrifice. Eid is celebrated with great fervour and enthusiasm ... »


Been To Kerala In The Monsoon?

Kerala is one of the most beautiful places to visit at any time of the year. It is believed that December to February are the best months to visit. That may be so, but I also know that the monsoon creates magic in Kerala! Here are some awesome reasons and places to visit in Kerala in the monsoon. Kerala has two rainy seasons, the first starts in June and the second in mid October and finally ends ... »

Commonwealth Games 2014 Glasgow

Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014: What’s The Fuss All About?

Commonwealth Games 2014 or Scottish Commonwealth Games as they are being called by the successors of the kilt designing warriors are due to start on 23 July. They might not be as big as Olympics (well, nothing is bigger than Olympics, except the ambitions of Putin), but they hold their forte. At present, Scotland’s Commonwealth Games Uniform has been scrapped by 5,000 people in a form of a petitio... »

Leh Hemis Festival

Leh Hemis Festival

I just got back from the Leh Hemis festival and am still all in a flutter after having experienced one of the most vibrant displays of an ancient mountain culture. What’s more? This year the festival coincided with the Kalchakra (the Wheel of Time) in Ladakh and the Dalai Lama himself was here to consecrate the monastery.The splendour of Hemis monastery and the enchanting two-day festival tr... »

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