Category: Culture

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The Paradise called Nangal

There are chances that you might remember its mention in the General Knowledge books, as a kid. It’s Bhakra Nangal Dam, the largest dam in India. Nangal city, located in Punjab is around 10...

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Cuttack – The Silver City of Odisha

“It’s not necessary to go far and wide. I mean, you can really find exciting and inspiring things within your hometown” – said Daryl Hannah. We all say “Home sweet home” but those who...

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Goa – The Land of Golden Sand

Someone rightly said that Jammu & Kashmir is heaven on earth, so rightly it can be said about the “land of beaches” Goa. You can never get bored of its sunny beaches, green countryside,...

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Delhi, The Heart of India

Delhi is not just the capital but the heart and soul of Indian civilization. From being Hasthinapur of the Kauravas, to Dharm Raj Yudhisthir’s Indraprastha, to Mugalo ki Dilli or being Delhi of British...

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The Sarai Excursion

Before beginning, I want you to do a small exercise. Read this word PUNJAB, take a minute and now tell me what you can visualize. Let me guess what you probably guessed- paranthas with...

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Rath Yatra

The word festival finds its origins in two words i.e. ‘festival dai’ which was the term used to explain a religious holiday, and ‘fiesta’ from Spanish, which meant celebration of a religious nature. In...

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Jaipur Literature Festival

I recently shifted to Jodhpur, so it was a perfect opportunity to attend the Jaipur Literature Festival, 2015 as it was only a 4 hours journey by train from Jodhpur and the extra long...

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Agrasar Spring School

Agrasar Spring School is a 4-day program by Agrasar Foundation to embed the sense of socialism in travellers and youth. It will cover formal visits to social organizations working in these areas as well as various informal visits...