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Punakha Dzong, also known as Pungtang Dewa chhenbi Phodrang means “the palace of great happiness or bliss”. It is the administrative center of Punakha District in Punakha, Bhutan. Constructed by Ngawang Namgyal in the year 1637–38 it is the second oldest and second largest dzong in the country which is considered as one of the...
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Ten years ago, Ladakh, the land of yaks and lamas was just barren desert flanked by the gigantic Himalayan range. Nobody except for the Indian Army was around with the locals. A seemingly endless and barren stretch of land, covered only by stark blue sky for as far as eyes could see. Bone-wrenching cold; so...
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It is very important that when you visit a place, you also get to know about it. Research is a very vital aspect of travel. Here are some must know things about Key monastery. Key monastery is said to be founded by Dromtön in the 11th century. Key is also spelled as Ki, Kye or...
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A lot of youngsters dream of someday travelling the world, exploring new places, meeting new people but the sad part is in India most of them end up not travelling at all because there is still a conservationist approach. In India we look at our budgets, savings and how else the money can be utilised...
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While we all go for holidays, the most common thing is that we put on a few kilos and actually end up living an unhealthy life. That ends up back firing on our health. The only way around this, is to strike a balance while on the road.  Here are some pointers to adhere to:...
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Even though our country is considered as the epic centre for Backpackers from all over the world. Still Backpacking as a way of travel is more Western than Indian. Here are some reasons why many Indians do not prefer backpacking. Trust issues -On a daily basis, we get to hear about the crimes going on...
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‘Backpacking’ as a term often means outdoor recreation of carrying gear on one’s back while hiking. Backpackers generally travel for a longer period of time by travelling locally and staying at cost-effective locations. Generally, they prefer homestays because it lets them experience the fascination of a tourist while feeling the comfort of a local. It...
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Shillong is the capital of Meghalaya as well as the district headquarters of East Khasi Hills District. Shillong is the only hill station in the country that is accessible from all sides. The name Shillong is derived from U-Shyllong, a powerful deity situated at an altitude of 1,491 m above sea level. This beautiful city...
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Located at a height of 1496 metres above sea-level, Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya, is a great destination that fits the dream of nature lovers and adventure seekers. The picturesque landscape of the hill station earns it the name the ‘Scotland of East’. On Khasi Hills, the colourful city offers adventurous outdoor activities such as...
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This is a post which honestly only those who have actually travelled solo will be able to relate to. If you haven’t, don’t even bother reading beyond this line, it’s a pure waste of your time. Life is short Only when you actually travel, you’ll understand that life is actually very short. But we are...
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