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Resorts Near Delhi – Resorts & Hotels on NH8 for Weekend resortsneardelhiweekend.blogspot.in

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Bangalore city travel guide indiancityblog.blogspot.com

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Officially known as Bengaluru, Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka, is one of the most sought after cities of India. A fast growing and progressive city, Bangalore is the 5th largest metropolitan Indian City.

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Fairs and Festivals of Undaipur rajasthanforum.blogspot.com

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Known to be one of the most romantic cities of Rajasthan, Udaipur is famous for its rich cultural heritage.

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Unexplored Tourist places in Rajasthan rajasthanforum.blogspot.com

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Rajasthan, the Land of Kings, is the largest province of India and is one of the most popular tourist destinations of the country.

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Pali District – The Industrial City of Rajasthan rajasthanforum.blogspot.in

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Named after Paliwal Brahmins, Pali is one of the popular tourist destinations of Rajasthan both among domestic as well as International travelers. Positioned on the embankment of river Bandi in the duthariya region, Pali City serves as the headquarters for Pali district.

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Happy Travels in an App-y World? www.myyatradiary.com

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So, what would the future of travel look like in an ‘App-only’ world?

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Mountains, Mist, Mother Ganga and Love… www.myyatradiary.com

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An insider’s scoop on the international Yoga Festival at Parmarth Niketan Ashram, Rishikesh.

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Visit to the Heritage Transport Museum i.indiaopines.com

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Visit to the Heritage Transport Museum

 

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Journey to the unexplored Chopta, Deoria Tal and Tungnath, Uttrakhand – Travel Info and Tips www.werebel.net

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We started our journey from Delhi on Friday at 1 AM, cool breeze and rainy weather was like icing on cake to kickstart our little adventure.

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Drinking bhang lassi legally in India www.shalusharma.com

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Drink Bhang,a kind of Marijuana mixed drink, legally in India.

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The Temple of Confluences: Sangameshwar Shiva Temple, Saswad, Pune www.myyatradiary.com

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The temple is a stony affair, built entirely in massive and serene stones adding to its rustic charisma. In contrast to the boulder-ed temple, it’s surroundings are exquisite, scenic and full of greenery. Huge trees provide shady canopies overlooking the enormous confluence (sangam) stream of Karha and Chameli Rivers flowing through the seismic town.

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Patal Bhuvaneshwar, a series of caves within caves that can make an atheist believe in the eternal p www.werebel.net

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Patal Bhuvaneshwar is a limestone cave temple 14 km from Gangolihat in the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand, India. It is located in the village Bhubneshwar. Legend and folklore have it that this underground cave enshrines Lord Shiva and thirty-three crore Gods. The cave is 160m long and 90 feet deep from the point of entrance.

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16th Annual Yoga Festival: My Call To Rishikesh www.myyatradiary.com

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Rishikesh is calling.
Mother Ganga is calling.

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Kal Bhairava in the Bhairavnath Temple: Saswad, Pune www.myyatradiary.com

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Let us visit this ancient Temple in Saswad!!

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Dive Ghat to Saswad: A Weekend Getaway From Pune! www.myyatradiary.com

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A photographic journey along the Pune-Saswad Highway!!

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Misal Pav and Vada Pav in Pune – Awesome Street Food not to be missed! www.myyatradiary.com

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Vada Pav, Misal Pav and South Indian: A Travel Blogger’s Food Guide For Pune!

 

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Dalisque dream of Baracoa maverickbird.com

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An adventurous trip to Pristine Baracoa region in Cuba

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Time Travel in Tulsibaug: Ancient Shree Ram Temple, Pune www.myyatradiary.com

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A post on the old Tulsibaug locality of Pune.

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Ticket Booking Portal www.allmytrip.in

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We allmytrip.in is an booking portal we provide book for flight, bus, taxi, hotels and pg guest house we provide high secure end to end process

 

For More Details Go Through Our Website

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Monastic Centres of Keylang: Shashur and Kardang Gompa | Lahaul Monasteries – II www.tarungoel.in

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A Travel post on Shashur and Kardang Gompa monasteries.

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Where To Travel SOLO In India? www.renuka-voyagerforlife.com

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Some awesome destinations for Solo Travelling in India.

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the pillion ride… docdivatraveller.blogspot.in

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A Bike ride on the outskirts of Varanasi

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The Real Nomads! traveltalesfromindia.in

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A Post on Nomads of India with pictures

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A Perfect ‘Road Trip’ Honeymoon aayeshashewholives.blogspot.in

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A Post on an European Road trip. 

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Acropolis, Athens. isharethese.blogspot.in

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A post on the Acropolis of Greece with some beautiful pictures of the ancient structure.

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Europe along the Hooghly rangandatta.wordpress.com

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The various European settlements of the past on the banks of the Hoogly river in Bengal

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5 solid reasons to drive through Australia different-doors.com

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5 Reasons why a drive through Australia offers an uniquely memorable experience.

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‘Solo Travel’ vs. ‘Family Holiday’ www.renuka-voyagerforlife.com

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Is Solo Travelling better than a Family Holiday? Check this post out.

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These lines remind of what love would be with no strings pulled from the past and no strings attached to the future

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A 26 year old on a vacation to Ladakh meets a 19 year old native and falls into what she calls ‘Summer love’. After a week of love notes exchanged and nights shared gazing stars, its time to bid goodbye to the stranger. A stranger she will not know in future, a strange she did not know in the past.

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New Franz Kafka Attraction in Prague www.atlasobscura.com

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Czech sculptor and international provocateur David Černý baffles the world once again with his new piece “Metalmorphosis” a giant, segmented sculpture of writer Franz Kafka’s head. The tinny piece, showcased in Whitehall Technology Park in Charlotte, North Carolina, moves like a Rubix cube and made doubly-grotesque by its reflection the pool beneath. Will this piece herald a tamer era for Černý or does the 24-hour web cam on the piece suggest a deeper commentary on modern surveillance?

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The Ghost Town Of Dhanushkodi! trablogger.wordpress.com

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Ever been to a ghost town?? If not, welcome to the Ghost town of Dhanushkodi.

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Shri Mangeshi Temple, Goa isharethese.blogspot.in

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There are not many old temples in Goa. All the popular ones are newly constructed ones, the reason being most of the temples were razed down by Portuguese rulers. Shri Mangeshi Temple is one of those rare old temples that has survived.Check out the history along with some pics of the beautiful temple.

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Long Distance Railways Food Catering Service Serving Us Shit. www.dropbox.com

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Guys Pay Attention Its About Our Long Distance Railways Food Catering Service Serving Us Shit.
I Went To Goa While Returning back Yesterday at 5/12/2014 I Got in At Netravati express from thivim station Later we ordered Chicken Biryani And Veg Paneer Pulav The Food Which Was served to Us was decayed and smelling Rotten – Rs 100 For Non-Veg Biryani & Rs 70 For Veg.
As we came to know That This foo dis decayed we went to The Train Pantry dept Were the catering staff was purposely making biryani of decayed Food Paner was smelling Like shit so we insisted them to give their Ids Those Called as managers Of Catering Dept and called Police Food Dept And association to share this in Media.
4 Complaints Are Done Till Now :
1 Food Inspection Dept
2 RPF/ RPSF – North Eastern Railway – Indian Railway
3 Police Case Against The Catering Staff.
4 Informed Central Govt.
TT is proof as evidence he checked all pantry Food and signed on complaint letters as evidence.
This News Is posted in 2 Newspapers at @Kerala.
Also have registered 29 Passengers Signed petition In Railway Complaint Book as already Food serving decayed complaints were logged from last 3 months and no action is taken.
Also In 10 Mins All decay Food Was vanished check images.
Attached are the images Of Proof.
Appeal To you guys Share this post so it will reach media and Strict Action Should be taken Against All Catering staff @ Indian Railways.
I Did this thinking i got decayed Food but hence forth any passengers travelling should not get The Decayed Food that could cost food poison That could cost our family’s Life.

Dropbox Images Videos Link :
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DeveshBhoir

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Tuning into God’s frequency: Sunset in Kannur, Kerala www.myyatradiary.com

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The golden persona of the sun tells me that there is still time for the sun to set. Water shimmers and part of green leafy tree tops glisten as the soft evening yellow kisses them with its glittery glow.

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Mudhaliyar Kuppam & CCD Mahabalipuram (Kanchipuram – Tamil Nadu) travel.bhushavali.com

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A secluded and pristine beach on ECR Road between Chennai and Pondicherry. A wonderful destination portrayed with beautiful pictures.

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A Memorable Stay at Jaipur Marriott traveltalesfromindia.in

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A stay at the Jaipur Marriott Hotel and the author’s experience in the Spa,Restaurant and the Lounge of this modern hotel at Jaipur.

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Best Places To Eat In Greater Noida harstuff-travel.blogspot.in

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Some of the best places where you can have good and authentic cuisines ranging from North Indian Paneer Dishes to South Indian Dosas and from Burgers to Sasta and tikau khana.

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Shrikhand Mahadev Yatra : Kali Ghati to Bhim Talai travelindiablog.com

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A trek from Thachru to Kali Ghati and then on to Bhim Talai. Numerous pictures shared in this post gives a good idea about the scenic beauty that one can experience while trekking in this route but also the dangerous climbs that it involves. A detailed description of the trek during the Shrikhand Mahadev Yatra from Kali ghati to Bhim Talai.

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Shravanabelagola myindiantravel.blogspot.in

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The Beautiful town of Shravanabelagola in Karnataka which is home to ancient Jain temples and architecture and also some monuments constructed by the Hoysalas and the Gangas. More than 800 Inscriptions ranging from the year 600 AD to 1820 have been found in the ancient monuments that adorns this small and quiet town of Shravanabelagola.

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Satpura National Park: Mama Bear and other desitraveler.com

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Know about the beautiful satpura national park in Madhya Pradesh. The picturesque uneven terrain of the park or the unique species of animals that live in the park, the park has many attractions and if you are a serious wildlife enthusiast than you can’t give this a miss.

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The Magnificent Karst Bridges Of Wulong theurgetowander.com

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The stunning Three Natural Bridges in Wulong National Geology Park is a UNESCO heritage site. The Natural Bridges in Wulong National Geology park has also been the setting for some key scenes in “Transformers 4: Age of Extinction” & “Curse of the Golden Flower”. Checkout the awe-inspiring pictures of these Magnificient Karst Bridges of Wulong.

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MULANJE MOUNTAIN TREK: DIVING INTO LIKHUBULA FALLS www.sid-thewanderer.com

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The post describes a trekking trip taken by the writer in Malawi, Africa. The post tells about the trekking experiences of the writer with vivid pictures of the pristine surroundings. The climbing of the Mulanje mountains by trekking up the mountain in twisting and shrubby trails and the increasingly breathtaking view as you go up has been captured very beautifully by the author. The post highlights the joys of fulfillment as you conquer one mountain and remain physically exhausted from it. The post ends with the description of the Likhubula falls and how the author jumps into it and enjoys swimming in the pool of water below the falls.

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Neveh Shalome Synagogue, Kolkata (Calcutta) rangandatta.wordpress.com

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A visit to the Neveh Shalome Synagogue in Kolkata. The author gives a brief history of the Jews who came to Kolkata duing its golden days and how the synagogue was built in 1831 by Shalom Obaidah ha – Kohen. The post tells how the Jew community thrived in Kolkata and led to the construction of quite a few Synagogues in Kolkata. The author also posts a few pictures of the restored Neveh Shalome Synagogue that portrays the grandeur of the Synagogue that manifests the Glorious past of the Jew community in Kolkata. The posy highlights one of the lesser known charm of Erstwhile Calcutta when it was the thriving centre of the Raj.

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First Visit to India: 15 Tips i.indiaopines.com

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Have you been dreaming about visiting India, a mysterious country of legends and fairy-tales? You are not afraid of all the stories about dirt, poverty and diseases, aren’t you? Then this country is waiting for you! Surely, such a travel requires special attention and preparation. The country has unique laws, culture and traditions that you should better follow. Here are some basic tips for you.  

  1. Choose the best time to travel to India

Well, India is beautiful in any time of the year. But it is considered that the best time for tourists is from October till March. If you choose mountain areas to go to, though, summer is also a great choice.

  1. Buy tickets and book accommodation in advance

The time we live in is great on so many levels. Today you can buy plane tickets not leaving your comfortable sofa. There are many websites that search for comfortable and inexpensive options for any destination you choose. The sooner you buy a ticket, the cheaper it is for you. As to the accommodation, it is also better to think it through before you go there. There are many types of accommodation you can choose from and book in advance. You can search for accommodation in India online to find a suitable option.

  1. Get vaccinated

Don’t panic, you can actually do great without vaccination if you follow the simple rules of personal hygiene. Don’t forget to wash your hands and any fruits and vegetables you eat. Be careful about the products from the street markets. If you decide to buy something there, don’t eat it without good heat treatment.  

  1. Travel around India on your own

As soon as you accustom yourself to this country, get away from the crowd of tourists and start a solo-trip. India is a magical place that can show something special to every person.

  1. The odors are everywhere!

No matter how much you prepare yourself for the smells, at first they will haunt you. The smell of landfills intertwining with the aromas of spices will make you wrinkle your nose. Don’t worry, very soon you’ll learn not to notice all the stenches and smell flowers and aroma candles.  

  1. Unbelievably crowded streets

There are a billion people living in India. The constant welter makes you dizzy and dazzled. In these surroundings, you can get tired quite fast, that is why try to change the scenery going to the mountains, woods or a village.  

  1. Communication and language

Don’t worry if you don’t know Hindi; everyone in India knows English. The most important thing is to smile and to be polite; in this case, you’ll always get help and support.

  1. Photo as a keepsake

There is a superstition among Indians that a photo with a European person brings luck. So be ready that local people will ask you for a picture with them. 

  1. Street markets

If you want to feel all the local color, you cannot but visit an Indian street market. There are many of them in every city, big or small. On these markets, you have to bargain with sellers because they usually say the ten time bigger price than it actually is. Try not to leave all your money there on the first day; it is very possible!

  1. Be careful with beggars and mendicants

They usually stick together in groups. As soon as you give a penny to one kid, there will be a big crowd of other kids asking for the same.

  1. Don’t forget that there are lots of monkeys

A huge number of monkeys live in India. People even build temples for them. Be careful if you don’t want to lose some of your stuff. There are people who teach monkey to steal expensive gadgets from tourists. Be alarmed!

 

  1. Capture the beauty

India is full of mystery, beauty and marvelous views. You can take pictures on every step you take and you’ll have great shots. 

  1. Forget about the guidebook

No one standard route can replace you own desires and discovering.

  1. Don’t try to see the entire India in one day

Trying to visit all the great places in this country in a couple of days, you’ll lose a lot and won’t feel the actual atmosphere of India. This country is incredibly and you won’t be able to travel through it properly even in two months. Think of a route that will be appropriate for the time you have and enjoy what you see.

  1. The most important tip

Don’t trust everyone’s stories, tips and thoughts. Give India a chance to show itself from all the sides and then make your own conclusions. 

 

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The Lords of the Road parwatisingari.wordpress.com

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When you get off a bus or train, the autorickshaw drivers and their touts, I feel like calling them pimps, prey on hapless travellers like vultures on a dying body.