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      Plan your next vacation to Parwanoo, for an adventurous yet refreshing trip in the beautiful town of Himachal Pradesh. Sited on the borders Panchkula, Parwanoo is an industrial city which is situated on the Chandigarh Shimla Highway.

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      Old Goa is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in India and when it comes to Goa, people usually have a notion that it's all about people drinking beers on the shacks and dancing off their feet to its nightlife.

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      The ancient city of Haridwar is a very significant spot for Hindu pilgrims from all over the nation. The massive influx of tourists and devotees every year has made the town a hub for tourism to the mountains.

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      Ernakulam is a sprawling, residential area known for Marine Drive, a busy waterfront promenade where boats offer backwater cruises. The folklore and hill palace museums explore local heritage through art and antiquities.

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      About 2250 meters above sea level and 63 km from Shimla, lies a sleepy little hill town called Chail. A perfect heaven for hikers and photographers, it’s among the best weekend getaways from Delhi. From hiking through the pine and deodar forests to trying out the delicious cuisines, there are many things to do in Chail for explorers.

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      Thriving to become a global superpower in the near future, the Indian Economy has witnessed a remarkable growth in the past few decades. Read more

      Agra is synonymous with the Taj Mahal! There is though a ‘world’ beyond this magnificent monument which provides immense fuel for sightseeing activities in Agra.

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      Literally translating into ‘abode of clouds’, Meghalaya boasts of its scenic charm and serenity. Not only misty hills, valleys, sparkling lakes and rivers, this heavenly state of India is also endowed with numerous gorgeous waterfalls.

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      Tirupati is a pilgrim’s paradise. Tucked near the southern end of Andhra Pradesh, the ancient city of Tirupati is a treasure trove of historical and religious architectures.

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      Dzongri trek is one of the most challenging treks in India, yet it’s the most exhilarating, bewitching journey you can take. The trek is full of alluring views and entrancing attractions. Dzongri is almost fifteen thousand feet above the sea level.

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      Plan your next trip to Raipur and experience every bit of satisfaction if you are a nature, history and adventure lover. Raipur is the largest capital city of Chhattisgarh and is one of the biggest industrial centers in India.

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      Fancy a plate of white sauce pasta, a bowl of sweet corn soup and a free jacuzzi - all at a height of 3000 metres. Add to it a climb through the charismatic grey-green mountains along with the thunderous Parvati river. Reach the top and find yourself in the abode of Shiva.

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      Monasteries in Ladakh are much more than religious centers. Located in heaven that Ladakh is, these famous monasteries are purifying havens where one can find inner peace. Include them in the itinerary as you plan a trip to Leh Ladakh to enjoy the splendid and spectacular

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      Varanasi is the oldest spiritual city in the world. It is popular for its temples and Ganga Aarti and is considered to be one of the holiest cities in India. But there is more to Varanasi than just spirituality, history, and Banarasi silk.

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      Nestled amidst greenery on the Delhi-Jaipur Highway, surrounded with spectacular views and enriched with the grandeur of history, the Neemrana Fort Palace is undoubtedly the best resort near Delhi for an idyllic weekend getaway.

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      Easter is one of the most prominent festivals in the Christian calendar and is celebrated with utmost joy throughout the world. According to the New Testament, the festival is also called the Resurrection Sunday. The testament states that the festival is celebrated three days after the burial of Jesus. Easter does not fall on the same date every year. It is usually observed on the first Sunday after the first full moon which is on or after March 21st. Christians visit churches on this day to admit their wrongdoings and recite the holy bible as a symbol of offering prayer to the Almighty. The festival is the foundation of Christian faith and is a very important date within Christainity. Easter Dates 2020: 12th April

      Easter History And Significance

      The history behind Easter is explained in the New Testament of the holy book Bible. It narrates how Jesus was put to death by Pontius Pilate, the Roman emperor by crucifixion. It is said by legends that Christ paid for the sins of his followers. After three days, Jesus resurrected which marks the occasion of Easter. This day is also associated with the Jewish festival of Passover. Many Christians address the week before Easter as the Holy Week. It comprises the day of Maundy Thursday and last supper as well as Good Friday commemorating Christ’s last breath. The root of the festival began during British rule and levelled up during the Portuguese and French possession.

      Easter Celebrations Across India

      Although Christians constitute just 3 percent of the overall population of India, Easter is celebrated with full enthusiasm. The festival marks the beginning of spring. Celebrations start with Lent and end with Easter Sunday. Christians visit churches for offering their prayers to Jesus Christ. At the church, the priests narrate the suffering Jest Christ went for the sake of human beings. It is then followed by gifting decorated eggs and bunnies to each other as a token of prosperity. Apart from that, Christians also give flowers and colourful lanterns, chocolate cakes to their loved ones. Many states declare Good Friday as an official holiday. People usually plan for a weekend holiday during this time to spend some memorable moments with their loved ones. Good Friday 2020 is observed on 10th April.

      6 Ways To Celebrate Easter 2020 At Home

      Due to the ongoing Covid-19, it is advisable to stay home. Therefore, we bring you some of the best ways to celebrate Easter 2020 at home. 1. Read Easter stories - This is one of the best ways to celebrate Easter at home. Read out stories to your little ones letting them know the true meaning of Easter 2. Paint Easter pictures - The little cross is simple to paint and anyone can give it a try 3. Hunt for eggs - This is a fun activity which everyone can do at home. Get some plastic Easter eggs and hide them in your house. See if your family members can find the eggs 4. Special Easter Sunday meals - What can be better than having your favorite Easter meal on the special occasion with your family? Enjoy a special dinner night 5. Easter egg craft - An interesting activity and a really good decoration idea which you can try out at home 6. Watch the Jesus movie - Watch the movie together with your family and make Easter more meaningful

      Best Places To Observe Easter Celebrations In India

      Goa, Mumbai, and Kochi are some of the best places to enjoy Easter celebrations. Due to the current scenario people may not be able to visit these places this year but they're the places where one can observe Easter in its truest form. Since Goa has a rich Christain culture, Easter is a big festival here. Grand celebration takes place in Goa at the Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church. In Mumbai, churches hold mass and prayers. Later in the evening, those interested in culinary delights can visit famous Mumbai restaurants and cafes to enjoy traditional Easter feasts. Some malls also host parties and other fun events. People in Kochi are in festive spirit on this occasion. You can attend mass and prayers at famous churches like Malayattoor Church, St. Alphonsa’s Church and enjoy special Easter Sunday meals at the restaurant. Some other places which celebrate Easter in its truest form are Visakhapatnam and Tamil Nadu. Are you stuck at home with your kids during the Covid - 19 pandemic? You can take help from this blog and plan your perfect Easter 2020. There are a bunch of crafts, food and more things to keep you and your kid engaged on Easter Sunday 2020. You can also try different creative DIY ideas for home decoration. We wish you all the happiest Easter. Read more

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      Darjeeling is a heaven of travellers. Everyone, be it an Indian or a native to a distant land, plans to visit this enchanting hill station nestled in the Himalayan foothills in West Bengal. But it's not just Darjeeling offering breath-taking sights, soul enriching feels and enthralling adventure but also places that are situated close to it.

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      Want more fun?? Then go for camping!!! Camping is one of the most elegant ways to enjoy nature with our family and friends. It gives a lot of fun and helps to explore the places to the fullest. The warm bonfires, the peaceful silence and the bright mornings make camping a must-have experience for different kinds of travelers.

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      Coimbatore is the second-largest city in Tamil Nadu. It is a famous hub for education and textile industries. We all know Coimbatore like this. But one aspect of this city that never got attention is its natural beauty and rich in religion and history structures.

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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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      A few hours from the lavish and pompous city of Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh, is the beautiful Araku Valley, in Anantapur district. It is indeed surrounded by the thick forest and lush greenery of The colossal Eastern Ghats mountain Range.

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      Throughout the existence of human civilization, we have managed to brave many odds from natural disasters to diseases and numerous wars.

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      A trip to Alwar is like a trip back in time. With origins tracing back to 1500BC, Alwar is a land seeped with the rich Indian heritage of bygone days. The best places to visit in Alwar are spots that enforce that same cultural resonance.

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      As India is grappling with the fear of coronavirus, it is important to remain inspired by the acts of the undying human spirit that have been displayed by other virus stricken countries. Read more

       

      As you move outside, however, you’re introduced to undulating hills, quiet hiking trails and huge natural formations that will leave you awestruck. Check out these places to visit near Shillong that will enrich your holiday.

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