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tgblog Nov 20 2017

A Handy Travel Guide to Kochi!

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Kochi, known widely for its Portuguese civilization and as areligious town is nothing but a beautiful canvas of nature giving its true colours on all aspects; be it the holy temple of Guruvayur orthe unique fishing nets gifted by the Chinese emperor or the exquisite and the dainty Vembanad lake merging with the Arabian Sea. Despite the fact that this town in the state of Kerala was under immense uphold by the Portuguese and the Britishers, it has indeed managed to get the epithet, “ The Queen of the Arabian Sea”. From charming and pristine shores to ethereal ports to […..]

tgblog Nov 15 2017

Head to Sirigao (Goa) to watch The Fire Walk Festival!

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Of all the quaint churches built by the Portuguese and the captivating wildlife sanctuaries, this dotted state in the nation speaks loud about its pristine shores, sandy beaches, late-night party hubs and the beaming cultural extravaganza in the Goa Carnival. Well, well, well, apart all these, there is one more thing that differentiates this tiny town from the rest and that is the Sirigao festival celebrated every year in the month of May. “The Walking through the Fire” as translated from Konkani for Igitun Chalna can be seen in the temple of Sirigao which is about 30 km from the […..]

tgblog Nov 13 2017

Places to Visit in Pune

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Before a weekend comes, the plan goes for the next week thereby leading to a nothing but a boring mundane life and an escapade from it would indeed mean a lot for office or school-goers. Considering this need-a-break aspect of many, a short and a charming getaway from your location to Pune will be very much astounding coz, the climate in Pune is not going to harm you in any ways; with the presence of a pleasant climate throughout the year. The thick and rich blankets of greenery matching the luxurious and salutary clime with the semi-ruined architectural structures giving […..]