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Deepankar Shukla

Interview with Jenu Devan – Managing Director and Commissioner of Gujarat Tourism

Interview with Jenu Devan – Managing Director and Commissioner of Gujarat Tourism

January 25, 2020

Jenu Devan, the managing director and commissioner of Gujarat tourism is all geared up to promote the western Indian state amongst new travellers. Famous for its grand architecture, rich culture and enticing cuisine, Gujarat is already a hit amongst the tourists. Speaking to MIGTV, Devan shares more about the upcoming plans of Gujarat tourism and […]

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Lesser known facts about Vivekananda

Lesser known facts about Vivekananda

January 13, 2020

Here are some of the lesser-known facts about Vivekananda, one of the most revered Indian saints and social reformers. Till dates, the ideals of Vivekananda continue to inspire the youth!

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Video report of SATTE 2020

Video report of SATTE 2020

January 10, 2020

With three days of tourism exhibitions, B2B meetings, business deals and a plethora of new destinations on platter to be explored, the 27th edition of SATTE, one of the leading travel shows of South Asia saw more than a thousand exhibitors and around 30,000 visitors from 50 countries and 28 Indian states networking for the […]

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National Handloom Expo

National Handloom Expo

January 2, 2020

From Kashmiri Pashmina shawls and Banarasi Silk sarees to the beautifully swaying dupattas from Gujarat with heavy mirror-work, each Indian state has a unique attire of its own. Celebrating the diversity and giving a platform to the talented workers making these exquisite apparels, Ministry of textiles and National Handloom Development Corporation had organised the National […]

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India in 2019

India in 2019

December 31, 2019

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Samosa’s culinary tale!

Samosa’s culinary tale!

December 30, 2019

Samosa is the most common street snack in Delhi. It is a fried pastry filled with tangy potatoes, onions. The snack has undergone a culinary twist over time. Chefs are experimenting with the fillings. From fruits, cottage cheese and lentils to chocolate, they have it all. The traditional versions are savoured the most. Interestingly, the […]

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An interview with the Ghalib experts

An interview with the Ghalib experts

December 29, 2019

Mirza Ghalib, one of the greatest poets of all times, is amongst the greatest gifts from the 18th century. Equally well-versed in both Persian as well Urdu, Ghalib was way ahead of his time. Once an important nobelty of Delhi, as well as a royal tutor, Ghalib had been writing soul stirring poetry since the […]

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Gurukuls, the Vedic education institutions

Gurukuls, the Vedic education institutions

December 28, 2019

Gurukuls refer to the ancient Indian education institutions. Dating back to the Vedic era, Vedas, the religious books, are still taught in these religious hermitages. Gurus (teachers), here, are revered next to god. Visit a Gurukul for a sneak peek into the ancient India!

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Delhi during Christmas

Delhi during Christmas

December 24, 2019

Decorate the corners, illuminate the homes, wrap the gifts, prepare the socks and cookies for the Santa, and most importantly, keep the spirits alive, for Christmas is here! While the preparations are going on in full swing around the globe, New Delhi, is not getting left behind. Check out our video to find out how […]

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Five things to do in Varanasi

Five things to do in Varanasi

December 24, 2019

From holy beads and beautiful sarees to the traditional wooden toys, Varanasi, the oldest inhabited city puts on offer a large number of attractions. Here are five of them, most popular amongst the tourists. Share with us your favourite ones in the comments below!

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Ganga Aarti in Varanasi!

Ganga Aarti in Varanasi!

December 23, 2019

River Ganga or Ganges, considered to be the holiest Indian river, is a subject for a number of Hindu rituals. One such ritual that attracts numerous devotees, as well as tourists, is the Ganga Aarti. A 40-45 minutes long practice involves offering incense and light to the holy river and rotating the flame lamps in […]

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CAA protests ongoing in India

CAA protests ongoing in India

December 20, 2019

The passing of the CAA has set off protests across India. People are gathering on the streets in large numbers after, Delhi police barged into the Jamia Millia Islamia and lathi-charged students inside. While the government is ensuring that the act won’t hurt the minority, protestors are claiming that the bill is against the constitution.

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