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tgblog Jul 14 2014

Golconda Fort – Go Back in Time

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Step back into time and get to visit this fort to understand how life must have been in the medieval ages. With steps leading high up to a hill-top overlooking the city, a masjid, a temple, beautiful gardens and high walls, the site is truly enchanting. Golconda Fort lies in Hyderabad, more on the outskirts portion, at a distance of 11 km from the city centre. The nearest commercial and urban locality is Tolichowki at a distance of 3 km. Blast from the past: The fort is more popular as a Muslim monument, built by the Qutub Shahi dynasty. However, […..]

tgblog Jul 12 2014

Ten Travel Tips for the Rains

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Ever dreamt of being in an exotic location, but put it away due to the price factor?  The monsoon season is here, and it is literally raining discount. You can pack your bags and head to a destination of your choice. This may be the time of the year when we all get our raincoats, umbrellas and warm clothing out of the closet, but this is also the season when the landscape turns greener, the rivers and streams that ran dry sparkle with water. And who wouldn’t want to escape from the bustling city during this season? Are you planning […..]

tgblog Jul 05 2014

Top 10 delectable food joints along national highways

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A road trip or a bus journey is all about little pleasures on the way. Be it the panoramic view or the food that you get to sample en route. Talking of food, reminds us of dhabas or eating joints along the roadside. These joints found all along the highways in the North, South, East and West were mere stopovers for truck drivers earlier. But today, they not only feed hungry travellers, but also satiate the taste palate of many, and have turned into sought-after halting points, mostly through sheer word of mouth. These dhabas across India have also been […..]

tgblog Jul 05 2014

Ajmer – In Search for Spiritual Quest

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The picture of Rajasthan, a state famous for its forts, cuisine, desert, havelis, camels, traditional and colourful turbans, is rightly painted for foreign tourists to lure them to the state. It is culturally and traditionally a part of North India. In fact, to the naked eye looking at the map, the state does seem to be a part of the North. However, the ground reality is that the princely state is a part of India’s western region along with Gujarat and Maharashtra. You can always take yourself back in time and visit the state from the national capital of New […..]

tgblog Jun 28 2014

Banashankari

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Banashankari, a locality in South Bangalore, got its name from the famous Banashankari Amma Temple on the Kanakapura Road. This temple, which was built by Subramanya Shetty, receives a huge number of devotees from near and far. Banashankari is a large area extending from Mysore Road to Kanakapura Road and is the only region in Bangalore City that has been divided into phases, stages and blocks. This area is sandwiched between several localities like Srinagar, Hanumanthanagar, Girinagar, Thyagarajanagar, Uttarahalli, Padmanabhanagar, Kumaraswamy Layout, Basavanagudi, J.P.Nagar and Jayanagar. Apart from the private operators like SRS Travels and Kallada Travels, the Bangalore Metropolitan […..]