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tgblog Jul 19 2014

A Fan’s Take on TicketGoose.com

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Mumbai-based Girish Iyer, who loves travelling across India every three months, is not only a TicketGoose fan but also a winner of one of the contests organised by us. Though his mode of commute includes railways and airways, he feels bus travel has its own charm. “You get to meet people who are strangers at the start of the journey and become best friends at the end of the journey,” says Girish. Sharing with us his recent trip to Jammu and Kashmir, he adds: “Last year, during my travel to Jammu and Kashmir with my family, our journey started from […..]

tgblog Jul 18 2014

Lip-smacking snacks to tickle your taste buds from across India

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Just like our culture is diverse, our food habits are varied. The geography and climate plays a vital role in our food preparation. But the charm lies in how these foods have easily found a place not only in our palate but also in our hearts. Let’s talk about some of the popular snacks that we all love to dig in.  Be it the ubiquitous samosa or the vada pav from Mumbai or kati roll from Kolkata or dhokla from Gujarat or medu vada from the South, they have all caught the fancy of the young and old alike. Pakora […..]

tgblog Jul 17 2014

A day in Amritsar: Home to the Golden Temple

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Amritsar is synonymous to the Golden Temple, the holiest Sikh temple, which has been welcoming people from all walks of life and faith since 1604. The majestic structure was gleaming in the October sun and its refection in the holy tank was a sight to behold. It was far better than I had imagined. I stood still just soaking in the grandeur. It exuded an aura that sought reverence. As I trundled along the temple bare feet with an orange headscarf covering my head, I felt one with the other devotees. We passed through the devout Sikhs taking a holy […..]

tgblog Jul 16 2014

Hogenakkal Falls: A visual treat

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Monsoon is my favourite season. It is that time of the year when the arid landscape gives way to lush green meadows and the rivers and streams are brimming. Escaping from the din of the city even for a day is simply bliss. There were options galore from Bangalore but the panoramic Hogenakkal Falls, which is about 151 km away, beckoned. A popular picnic spot among day trippers, Hogenakkal Falls lies on the Karnataka-Tamil Nadu border in Dharmapuri district of Tamil Nadu. Interestingly, hoge and kal comes from two Kannada words, meaning smoke and rock. The water from Cauvery river […..]

tgblog Jul 15 2014

Highway: A catharsis for those bitten by wanderlust

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There are movies that awaken the wanderlust in us. It motivates us to just pack our bags and hit the road. Imtiaz Ali’s Highway does just that. Whether it is the arid landscape of Rajasthan or the snow-capped mountains and the pine-filled meandering roads of Himachal Pradesh or the emerald meadows and the gushing streams in Kashmir, the breathtaking locations are so enticing that I wanted the journey of the protagonists, Veera (Alia Bhatt), a bride-to-be, and Mahaveer (Randeep Hooda), a truck driver, to go on, just as Veera says, “Par yeh raasta, yeh bahut accha hai. Mein chahti hoon […..]