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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Goa Fever!

Goa Fever!

Like the chorus of your favorite song, or the climax of a gripping novel, the tradition of going to Goa at the end of your college years is one of the best memories you’ll take away from college. At NSIT, the moment you’re placed, a nervous, bittersweet excitement will grip you. A whole new life, with a moderate amount of security awaits you, and you know you’ll be spending a good twenty years wading through…

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Delhi from a bird’s eye view

Delhi from a bird’s eye view

By Archita Goyal, Batch of 2017 Amusement and entertainment in Delhi takes a leap forward as one of the most exciting rides, an experience of a lifetime is rendered open for the Delhiites. Delhi’s Eye-India’s largest ferris wheel , housed in an amusement park in Kalindi Kunj rotates across many popular sites in Delhi giving a panoramic view of the major attractions, that too in a matter of 20 minutes! The 150 feet tall structure…

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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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The Andamans – Harmony of survival and stories

The Andamans – Harmony of survival and stories

‘Beautiful blue waves washing on the shore, the crabs engrossed in their journey across sands, coconut water being sold to quench the thirst. Bliss, pure bliss’. I visited Andamans in 2010 for a two week long vacation. The vacation proved to be an introspective journey coupled with an inner enlightenment and taught me that survival is possible even against all odds. The Andamans had been ravaged by the Tsunami which crippled the entire conglomeration of…

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