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Tag Archives: India

tgblog Nov 15 2014

Monkey Falls: Treat or Retreat?

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How about a refreshing natural splash that sprinkles a candid moment to rejoice after a tiring day of work? If you are yearning for a peaceful moment away from the mundane city life amidst the gushing waters, plan a trip to the waterfalls. The extraordinary experiences that treat you with their magnificent view are a sure-shot way to appeal.  A hot, cloudless day calls for a soak into the lap of nature that not only relieves you from your hard day’s toil, but acts as a refreshing booster for you to stay energized for the coming week. So, are you […..]

tgblog Oct 30 2014

Cherrapunjee – The Wettest Place on Earth

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It may be not be unusual for you to love rains and showers for a wide variety of reasons. Especially if you are from a region which considers rainfalls to be a bliss, you would want a short trip or may be an eternal stay at a place where the heavens open up and shower the lands with blissful greenery, meandering streams and rivers. Though such areas are not hard to find, there is a place in India – Cherrapunjee – which has gained universal fame for all the right reasons. Of late, a lot of confusion seems to prevail […..]

tgblog Oct 25 2014

Go Holidaying to Kashmir This Weekend

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The beauty of Kashmir is not unknown to most people of the nation. The revival of tourism in the state in the post-conflict era has of late proven to be a boom. Bollywood movies, as well as South Indian movies have done a great deal in raising the curiousity levels of the consumer/viewer, though sometimes in a negative context. Whether negative or positive, it can be safely assumed that almost everyone (at least me) who has seen those beautiful valleys, apple orchards, snowfall and streams, wants to visit it. With winter ready to set in, it is a good time […..]

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 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. […..]