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A Weekend in the verdant Ayodhya Hills

The countryside of Bengal is not all about paddy fields and expansive farmlands. With the ruddy soil, hills, forests, and patches of greenery, the landscape on the western edges of this easternmost state are quite fascinating, yet lesser-known. If you want to discover such natural treasures of Bengal, then head to the hinterlands of Purulia district and explore the Ayodhya …

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#BookReview: Travel India with a Toddler by Neha Sharma

This book review has been written as part of the Blogchatter Book Review Program Pages: 154                                Genre: Travel Available in: PDF The Plot: Neha and Sumit Sharma travel the world with their toddler, Nemit. The fact that 3 year old Nemit started travelling when he was only 2 months old, and has travelled more than any adult I know has, …

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Top 5 things to keep in mind when selecting your Travel Insurance Plan

Travelling is an experience everyone looks forward to. A  substantial amount of savings are invested and spent on it. Depending upon the destination, especially if it is an international trip, money is budgeted and spent. We could plan the entire trip to the very last detail, however there are certain things that are not under the control of an individual. …

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The Roar from Ranthambore #XploreBharat

The #XploreBharat Blog Train halts at Ranthambore today, arriving from Kanyakumari  on Jai’s blog. The next stop of this Blog Train will be at Mahesh’s Blog. Ranthambore? Where is that? This query always makes me smile, as in 2012 when my husband first told me we were travelling to Ranthambore this is what I remember asking him. Ranthambore is an …

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