Five Reasons Why Lucknow Is A Must-Visit

Lucknow is famous for both its chicken and chikken (fabric). Located in Aminabad, Gomti Nagar and Chowk, the famous chicken of Tunde Kababi is something that no non-vegetarian would afford to miss to add to his gustatory pleasures if he visits the city.
Not just non-vegetarians, the city serves herbivores too.

Why You Should Consider Travelling Solo The Next Time

There is something salutary about travelling solo. The freedom gained enables you to immerse yourself in different cultures in a way like no other. I took my first trip alone to New Zealand when I was a 20-year-old. I got to admit that was, hands down, the best experience ever. Yes! The picturesque camping spots and adrenaline pumping activities (bungee jumping, river rafting) added immensely to the experience.

Madame Tussaud’s: A Journey Through Time

Tourists from all over the world travel to London to visit Madame Tussauds House of Wax Museum. However not many are aware of this womans claim to fame. With its beginnings set in the 1700, Madame Tussauds legend is set to carry on for centuries more. A sneak-peak into the evolution of a museum that has captivated the imagination of the intellectuals is interesting and yet hard to believe.

Goa: A Threat To Indian Culture?

Remarks and speeches by politicians about putting a ban on things like pubs, bars, clothes, etc. are not something new. Many a times it has provoked criticism. To counter such criticism they would even gracefully quote from the religious manuscripts to support their ideologies. We are not very sure as to how sentimental they are but some do make speeches regarding these issues to appeal to the voters.

Jaisamand Island Resort: A Charming Escapade

It was built by the late Maharana Jaisingh, who on its inauguration on June 2, 1691 walked around it distributing gold equal to his own weight in charity. He built six Chhatris (Cenotaphs) with finely embroidered elephants in front, the temple of Lord Shiva in the centre on the embankment. Close to Jaisamand is the game sanctuary, which is spread over an area of about 45 kilometres. The sanctuary shelters wild animals like panthers, wild bear, spotted deer, sambars etc.

Take That Much Needed Monsoon Break

For those living in an around Mumbai, hills of the Western Ghats have much to offer too. Enclosed by thick forests, Amboli is an unexplored but idyllic place to relax. This magnificent hill station has splendid waterfalls that pour out during monsoon. One can unwind among the misty forests or pack a picnic at Nagatta Falls. Sightseeing at the Bauxite Mines is a must in Amboli. You can also go fishing at Hiranya Keshi.

A Spiritual Family Trip

Last weekend, my sister was home from her in-laws’ place and it was the perfect opportunity to make a short trip. Since it was holiday season (5 days holidays due to Sankranti) we couldn’t manage to get train reservation for any near-by holiday destination. So, without wasting any time, we packed our bags and immediately headed for Aler in our car.

The Trip To Heaven And Back

Well, there comes a time in a year when all cupboards, shelves, study tables need be cleaned and dusted lest one should face the wrath of one’s mother. And as I was cleaning my room I came across one particular cupboard that took me down memory lane as all my photo albums came streaming out of it.

My Maiden Trek

As the final year of college approaches the countdown begins. Your entire college life flashes in front of you—the opportunities you missed, the chances you didn’t take and you fear wasting the little time that is left. You desperately want to make each and every moment count. The enormity of the situation looms more heavily on you if you are a girl, born in a conservative Indian middle class family. Because for us fun always comes with so many conditions applied that it is not even funny.

Tour de Kashmir

Paddling my way through the crowded roads of Delhi always inspires me to head to the mountains for some alone […]

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