Shades of Rajasthan

Tales for a rustic, rigged adventure? By Ashok Kumar Singh Driving along the highway from Jaipur to Kumbhalgarh via Ajmer is a divine driving pleasure. The roads are smooth as silk and the scenes of rural Rajasthan unfold before one’s eyes …

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Traveller or Vacationer?

Experience the difference. By Swetha & Sunder Are you complacent in your day-to-day life? Do you wake up in the morning excited to start the day, or do you drag yourself out of bed and trudgingly go to work? How bad do you want to leave…

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Offbeat Tourist Attractions

Far from the big city hustle. By K. V. Venugopal Summer is round the corner and people are chalking out their plans to visit various destinations this year too. A large number of tourists has decided to tour various places within India. Sen…

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Amazing Alaska

A small glimpse of the United States’ biggest state. By Bhanu Chandran As a part of our annual holiday trip, this time we chose Alaska. My brother-in-law, sister-in-law, my husband and my daughter’s family, eight of us, travelled toge…

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Corals

Marvels under water. By Kusum Mehta Coral has been popular for thousands of years. Its curative powers were strongly believed by the  ancient Romans. A piece of red coral was supposed to change colour according to the state of the wearer’s …

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Visiting Dandeli

A birder’s paradise. By Brinda Ganesan It was pitch dark and I had come out in the open and followed the eerie glow of the lights from the other side of the River Kali, to get to the river. The water gleamed under the spell of the full moon…

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Dazzling Singapore

Tips for the first-time travellers. By Sripriya Satish If Singapore is in your list of travel destinations and that too if you are a first-time visitor to this wonderland, then I am sure this article will take you on a quick ride through th…

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Nagasaki Japan

Visiting Nagasaki Japan

How it has recovered from an atom bomb blast. By D.B.N. Murthy After an interesting visit to Hiroshima, I decided to go to Nagasaki, where the second atom bomb fell just three days after Hiroshima. It was an interesting train ride, changing…

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Mesmerising McCluskieganj

The  moment  you  set  foot  in  McCluskieganj  you  realize  the   reason  why  Earnest  Timothy  McCluskie,  a  Scot-Indian  gentleman  choose  it  to  be  a  permanent  homeland  for  the  Anglo-Indian  community.  There  couldn’t  have …

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