Today, we live in a world which sees many festivals being celebrated by many different cultures. Some festivals are exclusive to a community while some are celebrated all around the world. Such is the case with Christmas. Though not celebrated on the same scale globally, the festive fervour can be felt everywhere.  Since it’s impossible […]

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Attractions, Eat & Drink

Indian Cuisine

When it comes to food, India is in a class of its own. Delectable, diverse and downright delicious, its cuisine is recognized all over the world. Records show that the history of Indian cuisine dates back to the time of the Indus Valley civilization, where wheat and barley were grown as staple food. Condiments such […]

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Attractions, Cities, Monuments

Top 5 Experiences in Rome

‘When in Rome, do as the Romans do’, so goes the saying. Have you ever wondered what the Romans actually did? Let us take you on a journey to feel Rome in #TheRomanWay and do what the Romans did, literally. Your day begins by waking up on a beautiful morning in Rome. There are no […]

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Prague in December

Prague doesn’t need an introduction (but we’ll still give one because it deserves to be spoken of). It’s a city that is world famous for a lot of things. From glorious Romanesque chapels and Gothic cathedrals to fascinating museums and Art Nouveau buildings, from cute roadside cafes and local food to 5-star dining… Prague has […]

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Red Fort

The Red Fort. A huge, brooding and magnificent structure in the heart of Old Delhi. An ode to the architectural expertise of the Mughals, it was built during the height of Mughal power in India by Emperor Shah Jahan, the creator of the Taj Mahal.  Completed in 1648 it has been at the centre of […]

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Attractions, Cities

Leaning Tower of Pisa

When Bonanno Pisano and his team of engineers and constructors sat down to lay the groundwork for the tower, they probably didn’t think that their greatest architectural folly would literally become a great architectural folly. The Leaning Tower of Pisa is a freestanding bell tower in the city of Pisa, Italy. It is one of […]

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Montreal Bach Fest

Think music festivals and you think of this open field with a big stage and equally big speakers, blasting electronic music as people, especially youngsters are partying and having a fun time. While modern day music festivals are all about head-banging music, partying et al, there are some who do music festivals a little differently. […]

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Cities, Events

Melbourne Cup

If we ask you what are public holidays, you will probably say something along the lines of them being days that commemorate some famous person’s birthday or a historically significant event. But if you ask the same question to someone in Victoria, Australia, they will give you two words. Melbourne Cup. The Melbourne Cup is […]

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The most beautiful monument that stemmed from grief

They say all that glitters is not gold. It’s true. All that glitters is the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal in Agra, India is a mausoleum that was built between 1631 and 1653 CE by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan dedicated to his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal.  Over 20,000 skilled artisans from all over India and […]

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Lucerne is a small city tucked away in central Switzerland

Lucerne is a small city tucked away in central Switzerland, in the German-speaking portion of the country. It’s a popular destination for anyone who is visiting the country… And why not? Located along Lake Lucerne with the Rigi and Pilatus mountains of the Swiss Alps at the back, Lucerne has a lot to offer. It’s […]

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