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Hampi Travel Blog!

Family holidays are fun. Admit it. This time for a change my mom, cousin and aunt decided “Hampi” Hampi is a world heritage site in Karnataka, India and takes 8 hours from Bangalore by an overnight bus. Hampi is a landscape with fascinating history in each corner, ruined temples and palaces. Known as the “City …

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A Brooklyn Bridge blog

During my previous visit to New York, I wanted to walk across Brooklyn Bridge and asked my brother.  Not even a second passed when he threw a “NO” Things were different this time, it was on December 2019 BC-Before Corona…we were in chilly chilly New York.I expressed my desire to see the Bridge once again. …

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NEW YORK CITY 25.12.2019

Who would not want to spend Christmas in such a great city?It seems as though every great Christmas movie or memory of ours watching a show is somehow associated with NYC. To get started,when in NYC during holiday time you simply can’t miss hitting some of the iconic sights you’ve dreamed about. Sure, they will …

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What I liked about Dilli Haat. #DELHISERIES

When it comes to shopping in India, Delhi is the place. The biggest and most popular market , Dilli Haat has been specifically set up by the government to provide a platform for artisans to come and sell their crafts. The DILLI HAAT provides the ambience of a traditional Rural Haat or village market. Did you know …

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Was the Red Fort originally red? DELHISERIES

The Red Fort is a historic fort located in the centre of Delhi.Constructed in 1639 by the fifth Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as the palace of his fortified capital Shahjahanabad.It took a whooping 10 years to  construct this magnificent piece of art. It was started by Ustad Hamid and Ustad Ahmed in 1638 and completed …

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Walk up the Tirumala hills with me!!

I visit the Tirupati Temple often to seek the blessing of Lord Venkateshwara. There are different ways to reach the temple, either by the walking path or by travelling in a vehicle. I always prefer the walking path as it is like any trekking experience with bit of spirituality attached to it. Note: In this …