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Hindus live to die in Varanasi India. The most sacred place for devout Hindus and followers of Hinduism, Varanasi is everything you’ve ever heard, seen and envisaged about India. It is mystical, it’s spiritual, it’s colourful, it’s chaotic, it’s cacophonous and yet Varanasi India survives, and survives gracefully, like it is doing for hundreds of years, as the world’s oldest continually inhabited city. Acclaimed the world over as the city of ghats for its proximity to the sacrosanct river Ganges, Varanasi or Banaras or Kashi is forever crowded and swarming

India has seen an inspiring improvement on the World Economic Forum's Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2019 by jumping 6 places to rank 34th out of 140 countries. India has moved up six places to rank 34th on the global Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Index , driven by rich natural and cultural resources and strong price competitiveness, a World Economic Forum report said on Wednesday. India's ranking improved from 40th to 34th, the greatest improvement over 2017 among the top 25 percent of all countries ranked in the report.   "India, which

Solo Travel has an undeniable kind of romanticism and magnetism that attracts young travellers in hordes. The overpowering charm of discovering a stranger place often overrides the concerns of safety, comfort and bonhomie of travelling in a group. Let's get the drift about the advantages and disadvantages of Solo Travel vs Group Travel. While I have travelled solo more than probably 95% of travellers and bloggers, I’m as much a believer in group travels for a wide breadth of reasons- with safe travels occupying top of the list. To tell

An authentic traveler believes in travel as the transformative catalyst that can have a massive impact on an individual’s personal growth. That’s what distinguishes a tourist from an earnest traveler. Social tourism or Volunteer Tourism, by definition, is a form of tourism that connects travelers to local communities to voluntarily contribute to a cause of your choice that will empower change to the less fortunate sections of the society, and foster your personal growth as a compassionate human being. Volunteer Tourism - popularly known as Voluntourism - is a

Museo Vintage Camera Museum or Museo Camera in Gurgaon is a relatively new entrant in the list of places to visit near Delhi. The museum grew out of the collection of photographer Aditya Arya, who converted his spacious basement in a zeal to create history with his first love- photography. More than 1000 original antique cameras from Aditya's personal collection and from his friends and family make up for a scintillating collection at the museum. If you are a photography enthusiast and scouting for new places to visit near

Holi festival of colors, the vibrant festival of colors, water and above all, fun and revelry is essentially a celebration of arrival of spring as winter recedes in its blanket. Even though it looks like a perky fiesta, Holi in India is deeply rooted in traditions and reveals a good amount about the culture of Indian places where it is observed with more enthusiasm than other parts of the country. In most parts of the country, the festivities for the Indian color festival begin a day earlier by lighting

Pench National Park is a wildlife getaway on the Madhya Pradesh - Maharashtra border. Part of India's famed Project Tiger since 1992, Pench is perhaps the best place to see tigers in India since it is home to majestic tigers, leopards, many other animals and more than 250 resident and migratory birds. Interestingly, Rudyard Kipling based his iconic celebrated book, The Jungle Book and Mowgli's adventures with the furious Sher Khan, on this very place. We arrived at Pench to the mesmerizing Kohka Wilderness Camp. Kohka derived its name from Kohka lake nearby. While in Pench National

Buddhism is based on the philosophy around the preaching of Gautama Buddha about 2600+ years ago. Buddha was born as a prince and later became a monk in search of enlightenment. His entire life revolved around his abandoning his prince hood, meditating in forests, attaining enlightenment and preaching to his disciples. The areas where Buddha spent most of his life are now renowned Buddhist pilgrim sites visited by Buddhist travellers from all over the world. These Buddhist Holy Places are visited as part of a circuit known as

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