How Solo Travel can get you to travel more!!

Before I started travelling frequently, I had my major trips with family and little bit with friends like most of us do. Family travels is supposed to be somewhat of luxury travel. As you travel with parents, you need to keep a check on the hotel and the hotel amenities, way of transport, food etc. Its […]

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Faces from Munsyari

Just back from Munsyari, a small town in Pittoragarh district of Uttarakhand. Also given the title of “the little Kashmir”, this small town lies between the snow capped mountains known as the Kumaon ranges of Himalayas. Munsyari is popular between high altitude trekkers and adventure lovers. Khaliya Top (height 11500 ft) is one of the well known […]

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Top things to do in Pushkar

Pushkar is holy place in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan. One of the five sacred place for the hindus, a huge number of Indian and foreign tourists throng this small town to experience the uniqueness about Incredible India. The mystical town has a magical effect. I was in Pushkar during he Pushkar Fair 2015 and […]

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Top things to do in Mount Abu

Mount Abu, is a popular hill station in Rajasthan, a state in the western India. Travelers are attracted to the cool weather and the view of the beautiful plains this little hill station offers. Also surrounded by forests, the green adds more beauty.                         […]

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How to make a Budget trip to Rann Utsav

Rann Utsav celebrated every year at Kutch, Gujarat is a celebration of festivities and culture. This festival is celebrated every year in winters for more than two months. The dates for the last season being : 18th Nov 2015 – 23rd Feb 2016. I wanted to be at the Rann festival this (2015-2016) season, and make […]

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Heritage Trip to the town having more than 800 temples, Palitana

Jain temples are always very astonishing and  takes you to a serene, peaceful and tranquil atmosphere. You should know this if you have visited any earlier. I was wanting to visit the Palitana Jain temples since quite some time now and was glad finally I made it. Palitana temples are considered to be the holiest place of […]

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The Divine – Ajmer Sharif Dargah

About: Ajmer Sharif Dargah is sufi shrine of sufi saint, Moinuddin Chishti located at Ajmer, Rajasthan, India. The shrine has the grave of the saint, Moinuddin Chisti Timings : Ajmer Sharif Timings :   Season                      Gates are opened                   Gates are closed Winters                              5 A.M.                               […]

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Festa De Diu – Asia’s longest Beach Festival

If you have not heard of  Festa de diu 2015, let me tell you this is Asia’s longest beach festival happening at this Union Territory – Diu from Dec 1st  2015 to Feb 15th 2016. The 75 day Diu festival has been inaugurated by President Pranak Mukherjee of the 1st on Dec 2015.   DIU – […]

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One amazing melange of People, Cattles and Colors – The Pushkar Fair

Welcome to this one big assemblage of people in Pushkar, Rajasthan, India. The five day annual mela (known in the local language) is one of the largest camel fair in the world, taking place from Kartik Ekadashi to Kartik Purnima, Oct-Nov in Hindu Calender. This was my first time in Pushkar and I got a good chance […]

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Mumbai – Go Solo!!

I wanted to put my travel mania to test since quite some time now, so I decided to take an upcoming Mumbai trip solo. I was attending IndiBlogger’s BNLF meet (31st Oct-1st Nov 2015) and after two Mumbai trips in previous months, I thought this was the right chance I go for it. I was pretty […]

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Udaipur : The City calls….

This morning while I was going through my Picasa Library, I went across Udaipur photos, trip that I took 3 years back with family. Going through the pictures I was quick enough to tell my mom, just sitting beside me having her morning tea, ” I am going to run to Udaipur soon” and she was […]

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The Reverse Descend – Harihar Fort Trek

About: Harihar Fort also known as “Harish Fort” lies in the trimbakeshwar range, is at a height of 3676 ft above sea level. The fort appears to be rectangular in shape from its base village and is located on top of a triangular massif with all the three sides being vertical. One has to reach the fort […]

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