Tourism

Top five disappearing places

Top five disappearing places

February 15, 2020

These locations might not be dying but like Venice, they are incurably sick.

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Lesser known heritage jewels of India

Lesser known heritage jewels of India

February 11, 2020

Though India has 6th largest number of sites in the world, recognised as World Heritage Site by UNESCO, tourists mainly flock to a handful, while a large number of other jewels of Indian heritage remain largely unexplored.

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Tirthan Valley- A slice of paradise in Himachal Pradesh

Tirthan Valley- A slice of paradise in Himachal Pr...

February 6, 2020

Fascinating deciduous forests of spectacular shades of green, interspersed with quaint little villages by the Tirthan River, make this valley one of the most picturesque spots of Himachal Pradesh.

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Jamnagar, an offbeat holiday in Gujarat

Jamnagar, an offbeat holiday in Gujarat

February 3, 2020

Gujarat, the west-Indian state of legends and lions, is among the most popular tourist destination to receive high footfall, both domestic and international. While places like Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Kutch, the Saurashtra belt are quite popular, there are a few other places that are...

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

Interview with Jenu Devan – Managing Directo...

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 MIGT...

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Go solo, go far

Go solo, go far

January 16, 2020

First solo trips are not just special but are also the scariest. From choosing the place to planning, to actually going, the entire experience can be nerve-wracking. However, it can also be an overwhelming experience that will bring you closer to yourself.

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Gateway of Gateways

Gateway of Gateways

January 8, 2020

  Historical Value The historical importance of the 26 metre (85 feet) high monument makes it worth visiting again and again. Made of yellow basalt and reinforced concrete, combining Indo-Saracenic style with 16th-century Maharashtrian architecture, the Gateway of India was ...

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A solitary welcome to the New Year

A solitary welcome to the New Year

December 27, 2019

Looking for an escape from the rumpus of the shimmery manner of modern New Year celebrations? Media India Group brings to you a combination of four calm yet enticing places that one can choose to celebrate the arrival of New Year.         1. Khajjiar Looking forward to s...

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Hidden treasures in Himachal

Hidden treasures in Himachal

December 23, 2019

A vacation in the mountains typically brings about a feeling of being close to nature and away from the conundrum of chaos and crowds. However, with the growing number of tourists, the feeling is somewhere lost. So take the road less travelled and discover the hidden treasures of...

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Spiti valley: the many shades of paradise

Spiti valley: the many shades of paradise

December 13, 2019

Even a drive along the winding roads of Spiti valley presents the travellers with a canvas of nature where the water changes colour as the day progresses. A break from the hustle and bustle of the daily city life, it helps one rejuvenate amidst nature. We are back with the last i...

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