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Posted by Travelyaari on May 26, 2016

Nestled between the Arabian Sea on the West and the Western Ghats on the East, Kerala is a melting pot of culture, landscapes, and biological diversity. It not only boasts…

Posted by Travelyaari on May 23, 2016

Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus (wow that is quite a mouthful) diving, or Scuba Diving as it more popularly known is one of the world’s most popular recreational sports, and is…

Posted by Travelyaari on May 16, 2016

Come summer, and everyone seeks respite from the heat at high altitude holiday destinations. The summer in India is even more unforgivable than usual this year. Admit it guys, you’ve been armchair traveling all…

Posted by Travelyaari on May 12, 2016

Panchatantra fables have been mesmerising generations for over 2000 years, their influence on literature as far reaching as Persia and the Arab World. Whether you’re sixteen or sixty, you’d have…

Posted by Travelyaari on May 5, 2016

Ayurveda, one of the oldest sciences known to mankind, translates to “the knowledge of life”. It’s origins can be traced back all the way to the Mahabharat and is based…

Posted by Travelyaari on May 4, 2016

Travelyaari, India’s biggest B2B bus booking enabler and a leading B2C bus booking platform has just launched the latest version of the mobile app. The new version attempts to fix issues if any in the old app but more importantly places the user at the centre of the app design, all while keeping it basic and minimal.
The overarching app user interface is inspired by Google-pioneered Material Design philosophy. The icons are flat, colours solid and arising from our brand colours, and the user design is “forward looking.” This blogpost attempts to capture the thoughts, the design philosophy behind the app and takes the user through a visual journey of the app.

Posted by Travelyaari on May 2, 2016

Every year in May, Mother’s Day is celebrated around the world to honour and cherish the mother of the family, motherhood and the influence of mothers in society. Every year…

Posted by Travelyaari on April 21, 2016

How about this weather we’ve been havin’ eh?  I know that opening line has been beaten to death and beyond, but we can all agree that the weather situation in…

Posted by Desi Bohemian on April 12, 2016

Punjab is the pride of India. Situated in the north of India, Punjab is home to a riveting historic past, the ever helpful and cheerful Punjabis, of great food and a state like a no other.

Whatever you want to experience, a trip to the state of Punjab will be a delight for all senses. Best part is it’s really easy to get to most places. Travelyaari has over 5,000 buses – both private and Punbus – operating in the state, and most cities are a few hours away from each other.

And if all that comes to mind when you think Punjab is its Sarson ke kheth and tractors, you couldn’t be more wrong. We list out top 8 experiences for you that you get to have across different states, and times in Punjab.

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