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Posted by Travelyaari on November 26, 2014

By Amrita Das. On one hand, there is the conservative old city of Hyderabad which fills every traveller with the charming colours of brown and white. And on the other,…

Posted by Travelyaari on November 23, 2014

By Amrita Das. While it may not be possible to re-create France in India, Puducherry (also known as Pondicherry) definitely carries the old French charm that mesmerises me time and…

Posted by Travelyaari on November 17, 2014

By Elita Almeida.  ‘Take care,’ ‘Give me a call when you get there,’ ‘Be safe.’ At some point, we all have experienced care expressed by someone near and dear. At…

Posted by Travelyaari on November 13, 2014

By Srinivas Kulkarni. About four years ago, I took on an exciting endeavour to backpack across South India, where I visited 17 locations in 15 days across Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry…

Posted by Travelyaari on November 5, 2014

By Sarita Santoshini. In the first week of January, I started the year by driving away from loud celebrations in Mumbai and towards the tranquil shores of coastal Maharashtra. For…

Posted by Travelyaari on October 30, 2014

By Amrita Das We admit that food is a very important aspect of travel. And occasionally, it becomes the only reason to explore a place. In a country such as…

Posted by Travelyaari on October 25, 2014

By Deepika Gumaste. If you love the sound of the gushing water and are born under the water sign element, the magnificent Dudhsagar Falls is your haven. Snuggled in the…

Posted by Travelyaari on October 19, 2014

By Anushree Shenoy. India has some brilliant roads that should be traversed at least once in a lifetime. Popular for its majestic Himalayan crown, beaches of Goa, backwaters of Kerala…

Posted by Travelyaari on October 14, 2014

By Amrita Das. India changes every 100 kilometers, if not lesser, and so do the cultural practices of the people. In a country with such rich diversity, attending its traditional…

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