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tgblog Mar 07 2018

Ratnagiri- The Port City!

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Situated along the coast- side of the Arabian Sea and on the Sahyadri Mountains, this port city in the Konkan region of Mumbai is one of the ideal spots for weekend getaways in the entire state of Maharashtra that offers a plenitude of sight-seeing locations and activities for tourists to indulge into. Among the varied hill stations and destinations that this state boasts of, Ratnagiri is on the top list when it comes to fun and entertainment, and why wouldn’t it? As most of the places in the city revolve around the profuse beauty of nature and legendary tales of […..]

tgblog Feb 28 2018

How India Celebrates Holi?

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“The things that make memorable are the things that are vibrant and colorful”, says Joshua Foer. Very True! As vivid tinge of blue shade covers the sky, the entire nation is busy ushering all the others for the magnificent Holi festival. While your family is busy with the Holika Bonfire, it is the apt time for one to chase and spray colored water and dry powder on all. Though sounding exciting, it does involve a lot of planning (). Such a unique festival is Holi whose likings can be seen throughout India by its name called as Rangpanchami in Maharashtra […..]

tgblog Feb 26 2018

Kanyakumari- Southern Pearl!

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Earlier called as Cape Comorin, this place is a confluence of the three colossal seas; Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal that has been a center for art and tradition for over centuries. Besides known to all for its captivating shores, subtle charisma, and temples, this place’s beauty lies in its wealthy legacy, stretches of sand across the shores and the sunset and sunrise that drags flocks of tourists to its place. Mythological facts say that Goddess; Devi Kanya Kumari is said to protect the shores and so the name has been derived, and so the temple […..]

tgblog Feb 23 2018

The Festival of Colours- Holi

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With Holi on its way and your family busy with the Holika Bonfire, it is time to prepare some colored water and collect dry powders so that you can chase all and leave none without getting them drenched in it? Sounds interesting right? It’s such unique and boisterous festival, whose likings can be seen throughout India, though clamorous yet it marks the colorful commemoration of many legendary tales associated with it. India, a diversified country has many traditions and the celebration of Holi varies with each. We bring you these three places in India where this festival is celebrated as […..]

tgblog Feb 16 2018

Rameshwaram- Abode of Lord of Rama!

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Rameshwaram howls of the tale of the classic Ramayana where; spiritual divinity encapsulates the town drawing flocks of pilgrims on the grandeur where Goddess Sita had instilled the Lingam, the existence of the ever-lasting and large footprints of Lord Rama on its sands and the majestic tale of the ape’s help, all singing together of its subsistence. Such is a land of the Shaivas and Vaishnavas where every spot gives a picture of mere magnificence. Rameshwaram houses on the Pamban Island that is connected to the mainland India by a Pamban bridge. This bridge serves as ingress to the land […..]