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tgblog Jun 20 2017

Best Places to Visit in Vellore

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Chennai, being the cultural capital of Tamil Nadu not only reflects the rich cultural heritage of ancient India but also offers the best weekend getaways to revitalize yourself. From beautiful lawns to adventurous theme parks to serene beaches, Chennai is known for these but wait, after five days of heavy load, your family and you need a die-hard break from your routine and one such place to refresh your soul is Vellore. Vellore though known by many as one of the hottest places in the Southern part of our nation also has a huge bucket list and to unveil what […..]

tgblog Aug 17 2014

The Taj Mahal – A Beauty in Our Midst

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Undoubtedly, the Taj Mahal in Agra can be rightly described as the monument which defines India in many ways, particularly in the Western hemisphere. For me, an additional dose of Hindi songs glorifying the Taj Mahal have booked a special place in my heart. One only needs to visit it to realise as to why it has earned a place as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. How to go? You will have to embark from New Delhi, which lies at a distance of 208 km north-west via Noida if you by pass Mathura. With the city never […..]

tgblog Aug 01 2014

The grand Victoria Memorial

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Kolkata or the City of Joy is one place that I always remember fondly. There is a certain charm in the city that only those who have lived here and felt the warmth of the people and the place can understand. My first tram and metro rides were here; visit to the vintage car rally, New Market and Park Street during Christmas time evokes a floodgate of fond memories. I couldn’t get enough of Victoria Memorial when I first visited the majestic white edifice. So, when I moved to the city, every week on my off days with my roommate […..]

tgblog Jul 20 2014

Mysore Palace – An Abode of Heritage

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Are you a history enthusiast and love visiting monuments? If yes, then Mysore is the right place for you. And trip to Mysore is incomplete without a visit to the Mysore Palace, also known as the Ambavilas Palace.  Built in the 14th Century by King Yaduraya, this palace saw a couple of fires that destroyed it. Lord Henry Irwin, a British architect, was commissioned by Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV to rebuild the palace, which was completed in 1912. The palace has Indo-Saracenic styled domes. The present palace that stands royally with its fortified structures is an iconic landmark in Mysore. The […..]

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, […..]