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tgblog Nov 28 2017

From Dwarasamudra to Halebidu- The Temple Town!

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“Architecture is a visual art, and the buildings speak for themselves”, goes a renowned saying on ancient architecture. India’s ancient architecture roars high on various artifacts; from temples to minarets to varied heritage sites. Example of one such site which is worth a visit and known for their exquisite craftsmanship is Halebidu; a temple town that is in close proximity to Belur and Chikmagalur. This town in the Hassan district of Karnataka is considered as the “Jewel of Indian Architecture” that was formerly called as Dwarasamudra, a royal capital of the Hoysala Kingdom. Halebidu got its name, “The Old City” […..]

tgblog Nov 27 2017

Quick Travel Guide to Munnar

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What more delightful can it be than cuddling under the blanket and, sipping a hot cup of coffee with pakodas staring to chew them on the bedside table? Do it or die, a weekend out to any one of the hill stations toh banta hai yar! And, with this time of the year where snowfall’s at peak, your getaways can be fiery. If you are looking out for a destination that holds; an ideal climate, activities that make the adrenaline rush, a pleasant weather and an adventure on every step- Munnar; “The Delight of South” has to in your travel […..]

tgblog Nov 27 2017

Incredible India! – The Land of Mysterious Temples

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What is the first thought that comes to our mind when someone asks, what’s special about India? Bet you are going to say; the beautifully carved anatomies constructed in the Indo- Islamic variant, land of lush greenery, snow-capped peaks of the North, the lashing backwaters of Kerala, the Wonder of India- Taj Mahal and the eerie and spooky tales of mishaps. But folks, there is one thing that has to be brought to limelight; India, though packed with vibrant attractions displaying a traditional culture infused with the modern vivacity, it is also a land of mammoth mystery. In this blog, […..]

tgblog Nov 24 2017

Foodies- Don’t Miss to Visit these Restaurants

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There are many places in India that have to be visited for its picturesque beauty but there are few places that attract tourists with its cuisines. Madurai is one among them which is often known as ‘Food Capital of Tamil Nadu’. Hotels, restaurants will be opened throughout the day. Bengali, fast food, Italian, Chinese, South-Indian and North-Indian cuisines are available here that satisfies different needs of different visitors. Here follows the list of restaurant and its best dishes in Madurai. 1. Konar Mess – Kari Dosai at Konar Mess is very famous across Tamil Nadu. This mess will be opened […..]

tgblog Nov 24 2017

A Journey to the North-western Plateau of India- Amritsar

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Amongst the various enchanting cities of India known by varied aliases humming their fame, this North-western plateau of our nation sings loud of its steeped history, veracious culture and pastoral tradition; Amristar. The holiest abode for the Sikhs, the aroma of the palatable food, the hustle- bustle of the city and the old yet improvised look of the town will leave you jolted. Thus, this town has captured the hearts of the many and I bet a visit once to this temple town will make you re-visit again and again. If you are here, then there are certain must- visit […..]