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World Food Day Special – How About an Agri-Tour?!


Top 5 countries with flourishing Agri-Business “A way to a man’s heart is through stomach,” goes the cliché. Whether or not it can be generalised to all men is left to an individual’s discretion though. But one thing is for sure; there is no other universal temptation like food for …

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Happy Vacations – Then & Now

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Flashback to 1975: The vintage rotary dial phone blares in the dead of night in the drawing room of a home. The head of the family answers the call and after having a loud 10-minute conversation over the phone, he announces to family members that their ‘distantly’ close relatives are …

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Tour of Siem Reap, Cambodia (Part-2)

Angkor and the Region of Siem Reap

Day 2: We left early for a 30km drive to other temples namely The Banteay Srei and Banteay Samre, built during the 10th and 12th Century AD, dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu respectively. Banteay Srei is well known for its very exquisite architecture and stone carvings and sculptures …

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A whirl-wind tour of Siem Reap, Cambodia (Part 1)

Angkor Thom lies the Bayon Temple, tour in Cambodia

Cambodia – The very name flashes two distinct images in the minds of those who have either read their history books at school or the ones who had followed the news during the cold war era. To the former, it is the enduring silhouette of the magnificent Angkor Wat temple …

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Experience the Historic Tours of Mahatma!

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What’s common among Adi Nivas in Wardha (India), Kingsley Hall in London (Britain) and Sigiriya in Chilaw (Sri Lanka)? Well, all three of these were once home to Mahatma Gandhi – the foremost leader who led India to Independence from the British rule on the sheer strength of his principle …

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World Tourism Day: 10 Lesser-Known Countries You Must Visit

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Palau, Futuna, Nauru, Mayotte… Any guesses what these are? Let’s give it a try! Are these names of exotic flowers? Nope. May be authors you missed on the bookshelf. Nay, no way! Could it be ingredients of an unfamiliar recipe? Now, that was too wild a guess! Ladies and gentlemen, …

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Most Interestingly Bizarre Customs and Rituals across the Globe

The Sun Dance of Native American Indians

In the world we live in, we have numerous religions and enormous customs and rituals. Although many of these rituals seem strange and illogical, these are practiced by people who believe they can connect to God or show their devotion. Let’s take a sneak peak at some of these mind-boggling …

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Which is Your Biryani Destination this Bakr-Eid?

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Prayers and sermons resonating from Eidgahs and mosques in different parts of the world unfurl the celebrations of Eid al-Adha, aka Bakr-Eid. There’s an infectious flurry of excitement everywhere as Bakr-Eid is one of the most important Islamic festivals world over. Exchange of greetings, razzle-dazzle of outfits and finery, henna …

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Equinox–Why I wish it should happen everyday!!!

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“How I wish there were 28 hours in a day,” wonder many early birds whose dil mange more despite making the best of every moment of the daylight. And then there are the nocturnals who cheerfully ask, “Where’s the party tonight?!” These are denizens who get recharged only when the …

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