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The Graceful State

Well, there are countless shares of stories about India and its perspectives varies for this country according to the individual. From rough travels to incredible India. 614 more words

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Empire State Building
Line of twelve rickshaws ringing
Their bells—”Ride taxi!”

Pimped-up trishaws a tourist hit in Malacca

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

MALACCA: Decked out with flashing lights and cartoon characters, with loud music pumping, rickety bicycle rickshaws have become a hit with tourists visiting the historic Malaysian city of Malacca. 359 more words

Current Affairs

2nd Day In Kyoto, Japan

Friday, September 15th, 2017

It is still hard for me to believe I’m here. I never thought I would come here. I gave up on this dream a long time ago. 1,662 more words

Japan

On the road: basic things to know before you start driving

Driving in India is a mix between living a dream and a nightmare at the same time. Riding a simple scooter gives you an amazing feeling of… 846 more words

Pondicherry

Penang: Malaysia's food capital and more

During our recent one week trip to Malaysia, we decided to head north to Penang, famous for being the food capital of Malaysia.

It was a beautiful drive up to the north and we crossed the… 445 more words

Asia

Rickshaw Pullers of Calcutta

For most of us, it is difficult to watch a person being used as a beast of burden pulling another person and their belongings. It seems inhumane, all the more because of India’s caste system. 195 more words

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