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Priyankar Bhargava

Priyankar Bhargava

Smart Starts feat. The Art of Sport | Safdarjung Enclave, Delhi

Smart Starts feat. The Art of Sport | Safdarjung Enclave, Delhi

September 6, 2019

The Art of Sport is an out-of-the-box startup in Delhi that focuses on the overall development of girls aged between 3-16 years, through sport and group therapy.  Run by a team of skilled professionals including licensed sports coaches and child psychologists, every session at the AOS is planned according to the attention required by each […]

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Afghani culture in Delhi

Afghani culture in Delhi

August 30, 2019

Afghani culture in Delhi, India is known for its rich cultural diversity and ethnic groups all over the world. The age-old Indian saying “Athithi Devo Bhava”, literally equates the position of a guest to God. Although most of us are aware of the different Indian cultures thriving amidst the state boundaries, there are also a […]

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The mysterious temple of rats in Rajasthan

The mysterious temple of rats in Rajasthan

February 28, 2019

Bikaner offers notable cultural sites and religious landmarks within the city and on the outskirts. One such fascinating site is the Karni Mata Temple located just about 30kms away from Bikaner, in the north Indian state of Rajasthan that attracts thousands of pilgrims from across the globe to witness a very unique culture of worshipping rats. Freaky isn’t it?

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The historic lanes of Rampuria havelis

The historic lanes of Rampuria havelis

February 22, 2019

Bikaner dazzles its visitors with its majestic mansions, colourful markets, narrow alleys and traditional neighbourhood. The Rampuria haveli (mansion) in Bikaner known for its 400-year old architectural splendour, brings forth an exquisite blend of antiquity, magnificence and elegance.

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Un enriquecedor viaje a Pushkar

Un enriquecedor viaje a Pushkar

January 14, 2019

Pushkar, el colorido y único festival que comenzó con la oportunidad de comprar y vender camellos y otros animales, se ha convertido en un verdadero festín para los ojos, con un gran flujo de invitados internacionales que vienen a presenciar la colorida odisea del lugar. La Pushkar Camel Fair, que se realiza en medio de […]

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Pench: chasing fleeting wildlife wonders

Pench: chasing fleeting wildlife wonders

December 10, 2018

Unperturbed nature, wild animals, unique flora, get ready for a safari in the Pench National Park.

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Le Parc National de Pench
Pench National Park

Pench National Park

October 30, 2018

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Mystical journey: Exploring the Tibetan community

Mystical journey: Exploring the Tibetan community

July 27, 2018

Delhi’s little Tibet, Majnu ka Tila or Romeo’s Hillock- From the narrow lanes to the hidden marvels of Tibetan culture, a tiny neighbourhood in north Delhi popularly known as MKT by the Delhi people, is a little Tibetan refugee colony which is a favourite hub for the north campus students in Delhi. It is not […]

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Walk in the mesmerizing beauty of Nainital to witness thousand miracles

Walk in the mesmerizing beauty of Nainital to witness thousand miracles

June 29, 2018

Seeing new places, meeting different people, giving a toss to the taste buds with different cuisines, exploring new heights of adventure, experiencing the serene and enchanting beauty of the hills, definitely makes one feel like living in a new world. On my way to the magnificent hills of Nainital in Uttarakhand  (a north Indian state), […]

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Kullu-Manali, an adventurous traveller’s spot

Kullu-Manali, an adventurous traveller’s spot

June 15, 2018

  I hadn’t camped for years! But having a sense for real adventure, the only destination that came to my mind last summer was Kullu- Manali. Since I have a passion for photography and I love to explore nature, that was the first destination I thought of. Nestled in the lap of Himalayas in Himachal Pradesh […]

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Nihang: the warrior Sikhs

Nihang: the warrior Sikhs

June 14, 2018

The Nihang sect of Sikhs was initially established to preserve peace and to guard the Sikh Gurudwaras. Today, even after more than 300 years, their descendants continue to live spiritual lives, train in martial arts and help their community.

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