Traditional and Sustainable wisdom

While we try to think up of new and innovative ways to be sustainable, it is a good idea to look into the ways that indigenous people have been following

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In search of Anglo-Indian food in Kochi

There is no shortage of places to eat in Fort Kochi and you will never be in want of delicious treats here. Some of my best memories of food in

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All that Raj – Stories of the Tourist Attractions in Shimla

If there is one place that remains entrenched in colonial nostalgia, it is Shimla, once the Summer Capital of the British in India. Many of the tourist attractions in Shimla,

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Take a walk beyond the tourist attractions in Agra

Hidden away from the famous tourist attractions in Agra, there exists an unseen city that few get to experience. This is the cantonment of Agra where you can find beautiful

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Colonial Connection of Calcutta

There is no shortage of tourist attractions in Kolkata that showcase its colonial heritage. Established in 1690 by combining the three villages of Sutanuti, Gobindapur, and Kalikata bought by Job

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Top 6 Colonial Hotels in India

For a traveller, it is interesting to dive into the different phases of India’s history through their journey. India’s colonial past has left significant impact on different aspects of life.

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Onam The Festival of Togetherness

Namaste, Women in white and golden saris, lavish feasts served on banana leaves, laughing children being pushed on swings and delicate floral artwork laid on the floor… you are invited

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International Tiger Day: Did you know these facts about Tigers?

Scientific name of the Tiger: PANTHERA TIGRIS. Tigers are the biggest cats in the world, weighing up to 500 pounds and 6 feet in length, not including a 3 foot

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Pavilion of thunder and rainfall

One of the must-see monuments inside the Deeg Palace, near Bharatpur is the Keshav Bhavan. The building originally included an elaborate device to reproduce the effects of monsoon. There were

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Day of the Buddha: Immerse yourself in the spiritual traditions

A full day to immerse yourself in the spiritual traditions of Tibetan Buddhism. Spend your morning at the Norbulingka Institute in Dharamshala. Norbulingka means Treasure Garden in the Tibetan language.

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