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tgblog Jul 26 2014

Soak in the Eid festivities from Kashmir to Kannur

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All those who have been fasting all over the world from Bosnia to Indonesia, from the Caucasus to Africa, have been looking forward to the day when the fasting month comes to an end. The day is eagerly awaited and once the crescent is up in the sky, celebrations erupt all across, including India. The crescent moon signifies the end of the compulsory Ramadan fasting, marked by huge feasting. This time the celebrations will be held on July 29 (subject to moon sighting). Many food enthusiasts also get on their toes looking forwardto the mouth-watering cuisine in store. Women and […..]

tgblog Jul 25 2014

Manipat, an unexplored getaway

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Chhattisgarh has several destinations that are still unexplored. And going to an offbeat getaway devoid of the usual crowd is rejuvenating; where you can simply walk in leisure without bothering about the honking traffic or the onlookers. Manipat was a chance discovery during our trip to Chhattisgarh. About 258 km from Bilaspur, it lies atop a plateau surrounded by emerald valleys. The hill station with its thick forests, gushing waterfalls, and gentle-flowing streams has earned itself the sobriquet of “Shimla of Sarguja.” The Tibetan settlement in the village was another pleasant surprise. This locality seemed every bit like a mini […..]

tgblog Jul 24 2014

Biryani to floor you

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Biryani is not only a wholesome meal but also satiates our palate enormously. Who doesn’t love this long-grain rice cooked over slow flame with whole spices? Many of us have fallen back on the popular Hyderabadi-Dum biryani, Kolkata biryani, Lucknowi biryani and Bombay biryani time and again, but how many of us have tasted the lesser known Dindigul biryani or the Kayalpatnam biryani of Tamil Nadu? Let’s travel to Dindigul, which is about 85 km away from Madurai, and get a taste of the biryani in the city. Interestingly, it has also been nicknamed as the Biryani City. Once you […..]

tgblog 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 […..]

tgblog 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 […..]