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Jun 29 2017

A Journey to the North across the Himalayas

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India is packed with fun-filling and surprising destinations starting from Jammu and Kashmir to Kanyakumari and one such place where one can experience the immense serenity and tranquillity and get themselves indulged in the picturesque and scenic beauty of the nature is “Ladakh”, a tourist sport or more clearly ex-Buddhism kingdom that is not to be missed if anyone is on a journey to the North. This place amidst the snow-capped mountains, lush green valleys and the gushing streams of the Indus is no less than a dream for a traveler. Be it you are a nature lover who is […..]

Urmila Marak Aug 04 2014

All in a day’s walk in Shillong

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There is nothing like walking your way through a beautiful hill station. Shillong, the Scotland of the East, can be best seen on foot.  Whether it is during the peak of summer or the chilly winter morning, walking in Shillong can be rejuvenating as the weather is lovely coupled with good roads.  Let’s explore this beautiful city all in a day’s walk. After a hot cup of tea and a plate of chhole bathure for breakfast at Palace in Police Bazaar, we are well-equipped for the walk. The Ward’s Lake in the morning hours with the sun’s rays flickering through the […..]

Urmila Marak Jul 31 2014

A riot of colours in the Himalayas

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No adjectives can suitably describe the beauty of the Valley of Flowers in Uttarkhand.  You have to actually trek to the valley and get mesmerised by the breathtaking view. As the snow melts and the entire valley is a riot of colours with the flowers in full bloom, the picture-perfect spectacle in front of you is sheer magic. Best travelled between July and August, this trek is a heartwarming experience. At an altitude of 3,658 metre above sea level, as you trek your way up the valley you will forget your exhaustion as the carpet of blue, red, pink, yellow, […..]

Urmila Marak Jul 22 2014

Strolling around the Garden City

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Are you in Bangalore for work and the entire schedule is crammed with business meetings and lunches and dinners with clients? Mall and pub-hopping is not your cup of tea? If you have just three hours to spare in the morning before 11 am over the weekend, then the Bangalore city walk will not only enrich you, but leave you rejuvenated to kick start your day. As Henry David Thoreau, an American author, said, “An early morning walk is a blessing for the whole day.” Let’s put on our walking shoes and take a quick guided tour of the Garden […..]