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tgblog Oct 04 2014

What to Do, Where to Go on Eid al-Adha?

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Eid al-Adha, known as Bakr-Id in India, is considered to be the greater of the two Eid festivities held in the Muslim world. It stretches on for a period of four days across continents, based on the sighting of the moon. The motions of the day are more or less the same world over. However, when it comes to what exactly needs to be done on this day (these days rather) is a perplexing concern for many people in urban centers. Given that this day is marked as a national holiday, there are a couple of options to be tried […..]

tgblog Sep 27 2014

Durga Puja – Visit, Eat and Worship

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Growing up in a region with a cosmopolitan nature gave me a chance to understand different cultures. The North-East is an area with a sizeable Bengali population. Thus, after Christmas, the major festival celebrated here is Durga Puja, popularly known as Sharadiya Utsav. The ethnic Assamese or Asomiya people also celebrate it. As the festive season approaches, my Bengali friends would say that they could easily smell the fragrance of puja in the air. It is an event to welcome goddess Durga into our homes from her husband Shiva’s abode. Truly so, as it is a time when we would […..]

tgblog Sep 06 2014

What to Expect this Onam?

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This is Onam-time and a mass, well if not ‘mass’, a mini-exodus of Keralites from different parts of the country to Kerala is expected. The festival is also popular among the Malyali diaspora based in the Gulf Arab nations of UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Oman. As an outsider in the region, you may have often wondered what Onam is all about. Let’s try to explore. What is it all about? For laymen, this is the first question likely to strike.  Well, Onam is basically a ten-day harvest festival, consisting of a culmination event. Having said that, it […..]

tgblog Aug 28 2014

Sneak a Short Holiday this Vinayaka Chaturthi

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Here comes Ganesh Chaturthi again! In South India, the festival is popularly referred to as Vinayaka Chaturthi and is celebrated to mark lord Ganesha’s birthday. Almost all Indians are bound to know about this festival as it has featured in many Bollywood movies, with the likes of Salman Khan and Govinda dancing to the tunes. Celebrated Where? While celebrated in the whole of India, the place which takes centre stage for Ganesh Chaturthi is Mumbai. True, that the festival has sort of exerted a trademark influence over the city, but this does not mean that other cities take a back-seat. […..]

tgblog Aug 19 2014

Trekking around Bangalore

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Karnataka is blessed abundantly with nature’s splendour. From hills, mountains, lakes, rivers and sea, it has a number of options for tourists and nature lovers alike. No wonder it attracts a huge number of tourists from across the country or outside through the year. Moreover, Bangalore, its capital city, with its easy accessibility has thrown up numerous destinations that can be explored in and around the city. Be it the mountains for adventure aficionados or some quiet seaside getaway, the possibilities are numerous. From a trekker’s perspective, Bangalore can spoil you for choice with its superb trekking trails. Let us […..]