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Turning Taboo into a trend: Influencers’ Clap Back

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Cheap Foreign Destinations to Travel from India

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5 Places In Kochi Where History Breathes

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Every culture has rules that demonstrate what is right and what is wrong.  Alluding as it does to the existence of irrational forces with a hidden societal or psychological logic, the notion of taboo is one of the central themes in surrealist art and literature. In this new sociocultural constellation, emancipation is thought to consist …

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Are you a traveller without cash? Or cash that’s enough to take you one your daily trips to office. Well, it’s time you start saving at a minimum price and take a look at some international trips you can take while not getting completely poor. Krabi, Thailand This tropical island on Thailand’s west coast is …

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Curated itineraries with National Geographic experts to offer incredible access to some of the world’s most exotic locations As Indian travellers look for rich travel experiences in a burgeoning luxury travel industry, National Geographic Expeditions launches in India. Urging people to gather authentic experiences and explore the unknown, National Geographic Expeditions will help Indian travellers …

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If you walk through Japan’s energetic urban heart you will see a vibrant culture that bounced back from natural disaster. There’s a lot to learn from Tokyo; to begin with, the ability to rise and shine like a phoenix after nature has turned you into ashes. In the darkness near the west bank of Tokyo’s …

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Not everyone is drawn to museums the way history and archaeology lovers are. However, there are still many museums which can definitely attract the common travelers. This article is about four such strange museums in India that are totally worth your time and effort. Bengaluru’s Nimhans Brain Museum Who can imagine that a city as …

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The move is aimed at preventing too many people from entering the main mausoleum. Visiting the Taj Mahal just got a bit more expensive. Those visiting the wonder will now have to pay a higher entry fee to gain entry to the monument and the main mausoleum it houses. Built in the 17the century by …

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Kochi: India’s southern regions are known for their greenery and breath-taking beaches. Kochi is one of the favorite tourist spots that receive millions of footfalls every year. The historic city has several charming spots that draw people in. Shree Krishna temple located in Guruvayoor, Dharmanath Jain Temple, Ernakulam Shiva Temple, Thrikkakara Temple, Chottanikkara Temple, Fort …

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New Delhi: If you are planning a trip to your favorite destination, your Smartphone will be your best co-traveler or guide. Mobile applications (Apps) for travelers come in handy and take care of all your needs while you are busy globe-trotting. Whether you are a local or a traveler from abroad, there are certain information …

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New Delhi: Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s Statue of Unity hoisted in Gujarat’s Kevadia town now has a helicopter ride facility. Tourists can enjoy an aerial view of the world’s tallest (182-metre) statue. A helicopter has been pressed into service at the cost of Rs 2,900 per minute. A new 10-minute ride was launched on Sunday. The …

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New Delhi: India, one of the first civilizations, preserves and practices centuries old customs and traditions. Indians celebrate all their big festivals by gathering at a place and practice rituals with great zest and zeal. There some mega fairs which are organized in a mammoth-sized and millions of people congregate to celebrate harmoniously. All these …

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