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      Cover Image Credit: Shutterstock The recent order for a 21-day lockdown is a cause for anxiety, as it is an official prohibition on everyone’s social life. However, if we keep a positive outlook during these testing times, these few weeks would turn out to be a cakewalk. Read more

      Bangalore, now known as Bengaluru, is the capital city of Karnataka. At an elevation of 900 metres, Bengaluru is the most elevated of all the major Indian cities. It lies on the Deccan Plateau. The multi-religious, cosmopolitan nature of the city is reflected by the large number of religious places that the city has, despite the comparatively small area.

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      Cover Image Credit: Wikipedia Mysore is popularly called the city of palaces. The town is known for its royal ambience and welcoming people. Everything, from stunning tourist attractions, shopping places, lavish resorts, and hotels, makes this city an ideal haven for travelers. Read more

      Image Credit: Pixabay Coronavirus has petrified the whole humankind with its emergence. In not more than three months, the virus took over the whole globe and the World Health Organisation declared it a pandemic. The next thing we knew was we locked ourselves in our homes - an act that has been officially declared as the Read more

      With an amazing kaleidoscopic blend of Indian and Portuguese cultures, the Indian State of Goa has been luring travellers from far and wide with its spectacular beaches, heart-thumping water sports, lip-smacking Goan food, and abundant sunshine. This pocket-sized state has a great inclination towards spirituality and is home to several reputed yoga training centres.

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      Tamil Nadu’s geographical diversity will astonish anyone. Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu is one of the hottest and humidest cities of India and yet, a few kilometres away from Chennai, we can witness stunning hill stations that are sure to take almost anyone’s breath away.

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      When you think of Delhi, you think of the majestic government buildings, the implacable infrastructure, and historically rich attractions. Sites like Red Fort, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Qutb Minar, etc. are all an overload of Indo-Saracenic beauty that the city of Delhi is very proud of.

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      Perhaps one of the most well-known hill stations in South India, Coorg needs no introduction. Rich with natural beauty, breathtaking viewpoints, awe-inspiring hiking trails, endless stretches of tea plantations, all combining to bless the small hill station with stupendous levels of beauty.

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      Cover Image Credit: Wikipedia The city of Pune is one of the most loved cities in the state of Maharashtra. A city flooded with a balance of the college-going youth population and retirement loving residual settlements. With a fully functional airport and all top-of-the-line infrastructure, Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Wikimedia The city of Mumbai has timeless beauty like none other in the country. Being a coastal town is just an added advantage. Ever since the time of British settlement in Mumbai, the cityscape has enhanced with the development of the most iconic buildings and structures. Read more

      Sharing borders with 3 neighboring countries of India, Sikkim is a land where you inhale tranquility and exhale worries.

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      Set alongside the sacred Ganges, the town of Rishikesh is a part of everyone’s travel wishlist. Every kind of traveler loves Rishikesh, as there’s so much to be a part of - from adventure to culture.

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      Churches are not just a place of worship; they also have a significant architectural value. Thus, when you are traveling to a new city or location, you should try to visit major churches in that place.

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      Famous for its sweet delicacy Kunda, Belagavi is one of those places in Karnataka that is an abode of Mother Nature. There are a lot of attractions in and around Belgaum, and since it shares the border with both Karnataka and Maharashtra, it is one of the must-visit places. Some of the beautiful hill-stations in Maharashtra are pretty closer to Belgaum and also Goa, the party capital is also at closer proximity from Belgaum. So, when you are planning your trip to Belgaum, you must ensure to consider visiting the hill-stations near Belgaum mentioned below to make your trip all the more exciting.

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      The dreamy Ooty is a heartthrob to almost everyone. The serene ambiance and the pleasant weather make Ooty one of the most happening places in South-India. People from across the world come here to catch a glimpse of this pretty hill-station. If you are looking to escape into the woods and let yourself loose in the wildest of nature, then, Ooty is the place. Known as the “Tea Destination of South-India,” this place is whimsical. The sprawling tea gardens, the tiny apples, and some home-made chocolates, everything in Ooty are beautiful.

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      Trivandrum is also known as the “Evergreen city of India.” This city has beautiful beaches, palm-fringed shorelines, windy backwaters, and amazing historical structures.

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      Are you planning for a trip to Vietnam in winters, but the most significant issue you are facing right now is that you are visiting Vietnam in October for the first time and you are finding a quick guide which can help you during your trip.

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      Are you planning a trip to Iceland in October? Whether you are looking for an adventurous trip or solo trip, Iceland is a perfect holiday destination in the winter. But if you are stuck to make good planning for your Iceland trip and haven't travelled to Iceland in winter before,

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      Situated in the north-east region of Kerala, Wayanad district offers everything a tourist is seeking to enjoy. The district is on the tip of the southern part of Deccan Plateau and is surrounded by high and low hills in separate areas.

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      October month has the most beautiful and soothing weather; the temperature is warm, tourists are fewer, and prices are affordable.

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      Thrissur, the city of festivities, houses many sacred spots. The calm and peaceful environment that these churches provide is worth experiencing. There is a significant proportion of the Christian community that is settled in and around the Thrissur city.

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      Daman, a city in the union territory of Daman and Diu is one of the most alluring seaside destinations in India that is ideal for a delightful vacation. Located by the Arabian Sea, Daman has a rich heritage and was under Portuguese colony during the pre-independence era.

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      Ooty is one of the most admired travel destinations by foreigners and Indians alike. Popularly known as the Queen of Nilgiris, it lives up to its name. It can be acknowledged as one of the few favorite destinations of any mountain lover.

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      The United States of America is the third largest country in the world by area. Within this vast country, there are a number of world-class cities and tourist attractions built by the gut and guile of the numerous immigrants that have landed on its shores.

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      Christians constitute only one percent of the total population in Rajasthan. Yet Jaipur is home to a lot of churches; churches over a century old; churches established during the colonial period.

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