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The Myths and Mysteries of Archaeological Park in Mehrauli

A one-of-a kind assortment giving a glimpse of Delhi’s rich history

Mehrauli is a neighborhood in the South West district of Delhi in India, renowned for Qutub Minar, a minaret that forms a part of the Qutub complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 457 more words


Tired of clichés? Here’s a list of offbeat places you have to visit!

  1. Tromsø, Norway: Northern Lights define Tromso in Norway as a place where beautiful lightening sparks the sky. Located over 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle, Tromsø is home to extreme light variation between seasons.
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Montenegro: In which I drank too much cheap local wine and accidentally ordered a hamburger.

City: Budva, Montenegro

Other places visted: Kotor

Stayed at: Freedom Hostel, in Budva’s Old Town.

Best thing  I ate: Cakes and wine. Wine and cake. Montenegrin wine is about €3.00 per bottle, and some of it even has a cork (POSH!). 1,789 more words

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Morning at Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo

My first night’s rest in Japan is about as restful as could be expected. At about 3:00 am I’m startled awake by lodgers coming in, the heavy door slamming, and rushing past my spot next to said door. 1,002 more words


Uttarakhand - An Offbeat Journey

A wanderer. A person who travels.
(Hindi) Awaara. Ghoomakad.

It took a 9 day sojourn into the interiors of Uttarakhand for this girl to unravel a whole new meaning to the word ‘travel’.

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Reason I love Western Ghats #Part II

In continuation of a post on the Western Ghats  written long back, presenting a photo story of this magical place. It takes a thousand words to describe one picture and my words are really not sufficient to describe how astounding this hill range is in monsoon season. 423 more words


Road Trip To Jodhpur – An offbeat Travel Guide To Explore The Blue City Of Rajasthan

Residing on the edge of a vast nothingness that is the Thar, The Blue City of Jodhpur is a beautiful fort town in Royal Rajasthan. This second largest city of the Rajasthan is famous for its indigo dyed houses, ocher countryside of Bishnoi community, crafty artisans, imposing Mehrangarh fort and some legendary stories such Om Banna, Khejarli Massacre including notorious tragedy involving Salman Khan. 4,201 more words

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