Discover Heritage!

Discover Heritage!

“Kesariya balam aaonee Padharonee mare des” Like an Arabian Night fable, amidst sloping sand dunes, and majestic havelis, one is welcomed to the regal and opulent cities of Jaisalmer and Jodhpur. A world heritage site, the crowned city of Jaisalmer was built by Maharawal Jaisal Singh and has been long celebrated by bards as the ‘golden’ citadel. The bustling  ‘Sun City’,Jodhpur ,once formed the state ‘Marwar’ , was founded by Rao Jodha. I was excited…

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Travel Diaries: Amritsar

By Soumya Gupta, Batch of 2017   Amritsar is a city famous for four things- The Golden Temple, the Wagah Border, the Jallianwala bagh and the butter chicken. The affable people and the slow-paced life add to its raw charm. The name ‘Amritsar’ is derived from the words ‘amrit’ and ‘sarovar’ meaning ‘a river of nectar’, where the phrase symbolises the Gurbani at Harmandir Sahib (i.e. the Golden Temple). How to get there: Take a bus, car or a train. The…

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McLeodGanj : A True Beauty

McLeodGanj : A True Beauty

If you are looking for a relaxed holiday, an overnight away from Delhi, away from hordes of blabbering tourists and also for cheap but excellent Italian and continental food then Mcleodganj is the perfect place to be. Be it the international crowd, the less travelled trails or lazy breakfasts, at 2082 meters “little Lhasa” sure has a magic of its own. So what exactly is McLeod? 20 km from Dharamshala, this quaint but bustling town…

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Sattal : Exploring Nature

Sattal : Exploring Nature

If you are looking for some time off from your hectic day-to-day life and for a taste of adventure, Sattal is the place to be. With exquisite natural beauty, and a primordial connection to nature, the place is a treat in store as something very different and special with its mountains, the early morning sunrise, the chill in the air, the clouds, the lakes, the waterfall and the adventure sports, of course. Our trip started…

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