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Category Archives: Short Holidays (Temple)

Hisham Barbhuiya Oct 14 2014

Jama Masjid – The Heart of Old Delhi

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These days, the city of Delhi has been famous for a lot of reasons and landmarks. Be it the bustling Karol Bagh, Chandni Chowk, the glamorous Connaught Place or the fancy underground Palika Bazaar – the national capital has always been the focal point of attraction for many tourists. Not to forget are the national landmarks of India Gate, the Parliament and the Rashtrapati Bhavan. However, what makes the city a little more interesting is its past, particularly structures from the Mughal era. Perhaps the most important and appealing Mughal structure in the city is Jama Masjid. As the name […]

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Urmila Marak Aug 11 2014

Beyond the popular Old Goa churches

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Goa looks best during the monsoon. The changing skyscape is either the clear azure sky after a heavy downpour or the dark clouds looming large over the rough sea that stretches beyond the horizon. You can simply sit and enjoy the silhouetted landscape against the coconut groves before the rain without doing anything. Or better still get wet in the rain and explore the places. Fortunately, during my recent trip, the rain gods allowed us to just have fun sans the rain. Having seen the popular Old Goa churches before, this time we wanted to explore some of the offbeat […]

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Urmila Marak Jul 23 2014

In search of the Divine at Dharmasthala

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Karnataka is replete with hill stations, beaches and temple towns, which are easily accessible by bus. There is no dearth of weekend getaways. For those of you who want to visit a temple town, Dharmasthala, which is about 300 km from Bangalore, is a good option. This popular town known for its temple also has several places en route that can be easily covered over the weekend. A picturesque town in Dakshina Kannada district, it is on the banks of river Nethravathi. Home to the 16th century Manjunath Temple — which houses the shrine of Manjunath, the incarnation of Lord Shiva […]

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Urmila Marak 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 […]

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Hisham Barbhuiya 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 […]

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