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  • Durga Puja in Kolkata: experience the divine

    In India, festivals are as diverse as the people and that is why every now and then you will find people of India prepping up for a festive celebration. Every festival in India brings along vibrant vibes. One such auspicious occasion in India is – Durga Puja, worshipping of Goddess Durga. This is one of […]


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  • Indian Streets that speak

    “The marvels of daily life are exciting; no movie director can arrange the unexpected that you find in the street.” -Robert Doisneau It’s the diversity in the people of India that makes this nation so vibrant and culturally rich. However, it’s not just the people that make Indian culture unique it is also its streets. […]


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  • An Architectural Wonder Four Times The Size Of Buckingham Palace.

    In the late 1890s, the royal family tuck away in Gujarat was welcoming with great pomp & show a young bride from Thanjavur. She was the beloved bride of Maharaja Sayaji Rao Gaekwad III and the new Maharani (queen) of Baroda. And she was welcomed with an equally precious gift – the lavish Lakshmi Villas […]


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  • Spicing: the homemade art in India

    In India, usually the food is heavily judged upon the balance of spices in it rather than anything else. This is the time of the year when the annual ritual of pickling onsets in India. Small green mangoes are cut, their flesh smeared with salt and turmeric and spices added: fenugreek, asafoetida, fennel, kalaunji and […]


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  • Fatehpur Sikri

    Fatehpur Sikri: embark upon a tour of rich heritage and glorious past.

    If you are looking forward to head to a destination in India which gives an enthralling dose of historical and architectural beauty, then Fatehpur Sikri must not miss your wishlist. Located at a distance of about 37 KM from the city of Taj, Agra, Fatehpur sikri is a perfect picturesque of the rich and royal […]


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  • Mumbai: a beloved home of Iranians

    Speaking a type of Mumbai language that can be seen mainly in Bollywood movies, “Mai paila seth hai jo apna girak ko bola hai ki maal kam leke jaao” (I am the only business man who tells his customers to buy less), Hassan Hajati explains why sometimes he convinces his customers to buy a tad […]


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  • Discovered these 10 hidden historical gems of India yet?

    India is a land with a rich past. As you set your foot in here, you will find remnants of this wonderful history unfolding at every turn. The history of India traces as early as 5000 years back when the first human settlement took place. From the great Mauryan Empire to the glorious Mughal Empire, […]


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  • Unveiling the origin of India’s most loved cuisine –Biryani

    India is a land where at every turn you discover a whole new and wonderful food with unique flavours. Whether it is the Chola-Bhatora of the North or the Dosa of the South, India is indeed a land with wide range of cuisine. One dish, however, which unites every corner of this diverse nation and […]


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  • Unique Christmas Celebrations of India

    Christmas is one festival that has become a part of Indian social fabric and is celebrated all over India as if it belongs to each community be it Hindu, Muslims or Sikhs. It has taken a form of a social festival rather than religious.


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