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Why You Should Visit The God’s Own Country – Kerala

Kerala, a state lying on a sliver of a coastline on the south of the Indian peninsula is embedded with a rich and dynamic culture. The state, also known as “God’s Own Country” lives up to its name quite well. With alluring and backwaters, a sound cultural heritage and a plethora of other rejuvenating things …
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Why You Should Visit The God’s Own Country – Kerala

Kaladhungi to Sitabani in Jim Corbett Park – A Love Affair With The Forest

While I was growing up, my family had made sure that I got to see different parts of the country, especially my father. This one time we headed for Kaladhungi in Jim Corbett Park to celebrate our New Year. Kaladhungi is ninety miles from Bareilly and a place that is very close to my heart. …
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Kaladhungi to Sitabani in Jim Corbett Park – A Love Affair With The Forest

Landour

Landour – The Hidden Trail to Tranquility

A recent trip to Mussoorie exposed me to one of the lesser known spots in the hills of Uttarakhand, Landour, home to Ruskin Bond, the place immersed in an old world charm that tends to transport you to another era. Unlike Mussoorie, the place doesn’t experience much footfall, apart from locals and foreigners who frequent …
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Landour – The Hidden Trail to Tranquility