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tgblog Aug 16 2014

Fun time at TicketGoose

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“Increasing play at work boosts creativity and productivity,” Dr Stuart Brown, founder of the National Institute for Play, California. At TicketGoose, we follow this dictum very seriously; which is why there’s not even a single festival that goes by without celebrations at the office. Whether it is the Women’s Day or the festival of colours, Holi, or Vara Mahalakshmi (dedicated to the goddess of wealth and prosperity) or Independence Day or Diwali or Christmas – all are equally important to us and we celebrate them with great enthusiasm. On such occasions, the entire office looks festive and colourful as we […..]

tgblog Aug 14 2014

Gourmet delight from across India

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When you travel, you get to discover not only the places but also the cuisine that is intrinsic to the particular region. For a foodie, this is a part of the journey, which is even more relishing if you get to try out dishes that appeal to your taste buds. Let’s go across some of the destinations in India where you will not only enjoy the place but also its food and culture. Goa Goa offers an exotic array of seafood either at the shacks or the restaurants. If you are fond of rice and fish, you will get them […..]

tgblog Aug 13 2014

Discover the Caves of Meghalaya

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Nature has its own crevices and cavities underneath the earth or within mountains that are simply majestic, intricate and breathtaking. The caves for me are nature’s splendour that remains hidden until explored. Meghalaya, my home state, is endowed with beautiful caves and some of them are  yet to be explored. The three districts of the state, Garo Hills, Khasi Hills and Jaintia Hills, have the most incredible caves in the country that sure deserves to be discovered by the adrenaline junkies. Mawsmai Caves Situated about 6 km away from the once wettest place on earth, Cherrapunjee, (the wettest place in […..]

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 11 2014

Beyond the popular Old Goa churches

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Goa looks best during the monsoon. The changing skyscape is either the clear azure sky after a heavy downpour or the dark clouds looming large over the rough sea that stretches beyond the horizon. You can simply sit and enjoy the silhouetted landscape against the coconut groves before the rain without doing anything. Or better still get wet in the rain and explore the places. Fortunately, during my recent trip, the rain gods allowed us to just have fun sans the rain. Having seen the popular Old Goa churches before, this time we wanted to explore some of the offbeat […..]