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Pic Credits: Flickr  Christmas season is almost around the corner. Beautifully decorated Christmas trees, the sound of tinkling baubles, the starlight, the sweet smell of cakes from bakeries and the streets filled with the vibrancy of the Christmas season, make this festival so enjoyable and certainly asks for a vacation. Even though Christmas isn’t celebrated in India as much as it is in the West, the exquisite Christmas traditions observed…Read More
01
Dec
2018
A honeymoon is not just a vacation for the newlyweds. It is their time in seclusion to celebrate the newfound relationship & for making the bond stronger and lay a foundation to eternal love. India is one of the most preferred honeymoon destinations all over the world. If you want to experience romance in the ‘Shudh Desi’ way, then we have a diverse list for you where you can spend…Read More
21
Nov
2018
Have you ever considered that some famous bridges could be world record breaking bridges?  Were they meant to be more than just a practical construction? Although they may have been originally built to help us get around with greater ease, some of them are so spectacular that they are worth a visit. Check out our list of some of these famous world record breaking bridges around the world. Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau…Read More
30
Oct
2018
Have you seen some amazing fountains around the world – either in person or while watching a movie in which they have been featured? There is no doubt they are spectacular sights to behold. But it’s also interesting to know their history and the inspiration behind their designs. Here’s our list of the 10 most amazing fountains around the world. Bellagio Fountain, Las Vegas The Bellagio fountain is a feature…Read More
18
Oct
2018
The Louvre Museum, Paris. (Pic Credits: commons.wikimedia.org) The Louvre Museum is not only one of the biggest, but also one of the best art museums in the world. Located in Paris, France, it is housed in the Louvre Palace, which was originally built as the Louvre castle in the late 12th century under Philip II. Remnants of the fortress are still visible in the basement of the museum. Various kings…Read More
03
Oct
2018