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Sandakphu - Paradise of Trekkers

Sandakphu - Paradise of Trekkers

At an altitude of 3,636 meters, Sandakphu is the highest peak located in Darjeeling district in the eastern part of India.  The name Sandakphu means ‘Height of the Poison Plant’ because of the poisonous aconite plants that grow near the peak. This beautiful area along the border between India and Nepal in an excellent combination of wild splendour and the mighty snow covered mountains.   Sandakphu is the peak of the Singalila Range, and is the most audacious point of many...
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The Spell Bound - Spiti Valley

The Spell Bound - Spiti Valley

Located in Himachal Pradesh Spiti is the biggest district and shares the boundary with Tibet which gives this place the unique religion of Tibet – Tibetan Buddhism. Some of the oldest and most famous monasteries like Ki Monastery, Tabo Monastery are located in this region.   Spiti, fondly referred to as ‘Little Tibet’ is situated at an altitude of 12500 feet above sea level and is known for its snow-capped peaks and natural surroundings. In this beautiful region there are...
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Vociferous Vihigaon - Waterfall rappelling in Vihigaon Falls

Vociferous Vihigaon - Waterfall rappelling in Vihigaon Falls

Rappelling or Abseiling is methods of quick and safe descend after a climb. Canyoneering is a new sport that’s becoming very popular all over the world. Western Ghats have many waterfalls and flowing streams that offer plenty of opportunity to enjoy this sport. Vihigaon falls in Kasara Mumbai is one such nature’s gift to mankind.   Bid adieu to your fear of height and enjoy this extraordinary adventure as 120 feet of gushing water hits your face.  It is one of those...
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Ponder into the Panorama of Pangong Lake

Ponder into the  Panorama of Pangong Lake

 Just about 160 kms from Leh is this beautiful lake named the Pangong Lake in Ladakh. It is situated at an altitude of 4350 meters and has brackish water which makes it the highest situated lake with salt water.  Visit here is memorable with famous and huge monasteries covering the entire mountain range, clear sky surrounded by snow covered peaks. The chilling water and the picturesque scenery make this a tourist’s paradise.   Pangong means extensive concavity and is 134...
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Exploring the Enticing Caves of Meghalaya

Exploring the Enticing Caves of Meghalaya

Caves enhance the natural beauty of Meghalaya; thinking about caves triggers a sense of enthusiasm and thrill of making way through dark and murky interiors. It could sound scary for those who are weak at the heart but can be a thrilling adventure and fun for others.    Some of the caves here are the longest and deepest in the world. These caves are wonders of the nature and are in various formations. Cave fauna are also un-comparable and represent one of the important components of...
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Hide & Seek Beach of Orissa - Chandipur

Hide & Seek Beach of Orissa - Chandipur

 The beach at Chandipur is unique  with the sea water vanishing right in front of your eyes and then observing its return is a very rare site. The  sea water receding approximately 5 kms during low tide and advancing to the shore during high tide every day. Watching this unique and natural phenomenon is truly magical.    The Casuarina trees and creeper sand dunes seem to be swaying on a melodious musical note which adds to the beauty of this place. Due to its unique...
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Experience the Serene aura of Auroville

Experience the Serene aura of Auroville

 Auroville, the City of Dawn, is an “experimental” township in Viluppuram district in the state of Tamil Nadu, near Pondicherry in South India. This beautiful city was originated in 1968 by Mirra Alfassa, also known as “The Mother” and designed by architect Roger Anger.   “Auroville is a place which is meant to be a universal town where men and women of all countries must be able to live in peace and progressive harmony, above all creeds, all politics and...
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Lonely Land of Gujarat - Little Rann of Kutch

Lonely Land of Gujarat - Little Rann of Kutch

 Little Rann of Kutch is a unique place on earth with endless opportunity to explore. With numerous places to visit one can experience something they have never experienced before! The desolate, blindingly white land of Little Rann is nature at its harshest and most convincing. It is also home to India’s last refuge population of Khur – Asiatic wild ass and for it is for the conservation of Khur, that this has been declared as the “Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary”. The...
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Majuli - The adobe of nature's anonymity

Majuli - The adobe of nature's anonymity

Assam is known as the gateway towards the north east region of India. The famous river Brahmaputra which has its origin in Tibet flows through the place. Majuli is an  island in the middle of the Brahmaputra, and is the World’s largest river island. Connected via boats with the city of Jorhat, Majuli is a beautiful exotic location, yet unknown to most of the tourists in India.    The scenic beauty is spectacular and awe-inspiring! It is a visible living tradition of the...
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Culinary Tour - Street Food in Bangalore

Culinary Tour - Street Food in Bangalore

 Street food is almost akin to culture in India, and the places most famous for it are usually Delhi and Bombay. But Bangalore has its own street food culture which has its own set of loyalists. There is a particular street, Thindi Beedi in V.V Puram which is synonymous with food heaven in Bangalore. A pure dreamland for any street-food lover, this long aromatic street is an absolute gastronomic fairyland. Over 20 food stalls spread over less than 150 m here serve a variety of South Indian,...
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