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tgblog Aug 12 2014

Independence Day: Tracing the freedom trail

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With the Independence Day parades and cultural programmes across the country, August 15 is not our usual holiday — this was the day when our country was liberated from the rule of the British, 67 years ago. There’s reason for more cheer this year as it falls on a Friday and we are entitled to a long extended weekend. To assist you in planning for the Independence Day weekend, we bring you a list of places, which will walk you through the history behind the independence that we are enjoying today. Delhi, Red Fort The Red Fort that has seen the […..]

tgblog Aug 07 2014

Snake boat race: Rhapsody of the oarsmen

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Come July, and the prelude to Onam festivities begin in Kerala. The coconut-fringed Pamba River and Punnamada Lake in Alleppey, also called Alappuzha, are abuzz with activities as the oarsmen get their acts together for the annual boat race that lasts through August-September till Onam. The Champakulam boat race held in July is the precursor of the lot. The Nehru Trophy Boat Race held every second Saturday of August has become so popular that it attracts tourists not only from the country but also abroad. The genesis of this unique cultural legacy goes back to the time when a boat […..]

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 12 2014

Ten Travel Tips for the Rains

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Ever dreamt of being in an exotic location, but put it away due to the price factor?  The monsoon season is here, and it is literally raining discount. You can pack your bags and head to a destination of your choice. This may be the time of the year when we all get our raincoats, umbrellas and warm clothing out of the closet, but this is also the season when the landscape turns greener, the rivers and streams that ran dry sparkle with water. And who wouldn’t want to escape from the bustling city during this season? Are you planning […..]