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Posted by Shivya Nath on July 30, 2014

By Shivya Nath. Through the thin white barks of Eucalyptus trees, the first rays of sunrise promise to brighten a chilly morning. I walk through a small clearing in the…

Posted by Travelyaari on July 24, 2014

By Srinivas Kulkarni. The time to get out is now. After the heat stroke and dry span of summer, the monsoons are here in full swing and it’s time to…

Posted by Shivya Nath on July 20, 2014

By Shivya Nath. I remember feeling the jitters when I set out for my solo trip in India, to the cold mountain desert of Spiti. I was excited to be…

Posted by Travelyaari on July 15, 2014

By Amrita Das. This article is what a glutton’s paradise will read like. There is no end to the delicious food that Kolkata can offer and be rest assured, there…

Posted by Travelyaari on July 10, 2014

By Prathap Nair. Given that Goa’s beaches are done to death and crowded like Disneyland on a weekend even during off season, it is only sensible to broaden your scope…

Posted by Travelyaari on July 5, 2014

By Amrita Das. Kashmir is a place too magical for anyone not to be mesmerised by her beauty. It is rightfully called paradise on earth. My two visits to Srinagar…

Posted by Travelyaari on June 29, 2014

By Mamta D. One of the most popular preoccupations among the residents of Karnataka is to visit and revisit the temples in and around the state. Even if you are…

Posted by Shivya Nath on June 24, 2014

There is a charm in the lower Himalayas of Uttarakhand that I’ve never quite been able to comprehend. Maybe it’s to do with the fact that they remain relatively less…

Posted by Travelyaari on June 19, 2014

By Amrita Das. Barely 4-hours away from the maddening life of Bombay, Pune is an escape like no other. I have been to the developing metropolis round the year but…

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