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Planning a trip to Ladakh? Once you have decided the places you want to visit and have mapped out your itinerary, comes the biggest challenge before your trip - deciding...

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During the planning of most of Ladakh holidays – the decision of visiting the Khardung La Pass is almost unanimous. After all, who doesn’t want to see the world’s highest...

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When you hear the name Ladakh – the picture that often pops in your head is barren mountains, the world’s highest motorable pass, and an azure blue lake made famous...

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Ladakh as a destination, has always remained an enigma, calling out to travellers from far and wide around the world. With its mighty peaks, barren deserts, surreal lakes and glaciers,...

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The land of exotic spices. Ginger, pepper, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, chillies, turmeric, coriander and cumin seeds lend a unique flavour and aroma to Kerala food. Not to forget, the omnipresent...

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The most elusive part of the great Himalayan Mountains is, perhaps, located in Bhutan. Also known as the “Mountain Fortress of the Gods”, the only surviving Buddhist kingdom is home...

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Necessity is the mother of all inventions. The astonishing root bridges of Meghalaya were not built by the local tribesmen so that one day a dollar doling tourist would come...

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Mirror-mirror on the wall, which is the wettest place of ‘em all? For years there’s been a rivalry between the famous Cherrapunjee and the not-so-famous Mawsynram as who which destination...

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‘A walk in the clouds’ - that’s exactly how one would describe the picturesque settings of the state of Arunachal Pradesh  - no wonder the Eastern neighbour wants it really...

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In 1959, as the Southern Hemisphere saw Comrade Guevara and his rebel troops’ march into Havana, the North saw Tibet’s beloved spiritual leader walk into exile in India fearing Chinese...

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