Nainital : The city of lakes

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There are four most popular hill stations in Northern India that has the tag of “Queen of Hill”. These includes Shimla, Mussoorie, Nainital and Manali. Indeed the natural beauty of these places are unparalleled and everyone  has its own unique beauty. Shimla being the state capital of Himachal Pradesh and the capital of India under […]

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Tsomgo Lake

Tsongmo-Lake

The way to Tsomgo lake is such a steep that small private cars like Wagon-R, Alto etc. that otherwise run frequently as a taxi in and around Gangtok, refused to go there. Only the powerful Bollero Jeeps were allowed to ply on the way.

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Sikkim : A mystic land

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Sikkim is a truly mystical land, a confluence of advancement and mysticism. It is India’s least populated state, hosts Kanchenjunga, the world’s third-highest peak, have borders with Tibet, Bhutan and Nepal and only open border with China (Nathula-Pass). Very little is known about its history and it was added to the Indian Republic only in […]

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Salasar Balaji

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Journey to Salasar Balaji We started our journey to Salasar Balaji from Mehndipur Balaji, another famous place of worship of Lord Hanuman. The driving condition was excellent as the highway connecting Mehndipur to Jaipur was flawless with few small markets coming in the way. The distance between two places was around 70 km and took […]

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Mehandipur Balaji

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Journey to Mehandipur Balaji In Indian mythology Lord Hanuman is designated as the god of Kaliyuga, the era in which we are living in, and which is considered as the last of the four stages the world goes through as part of the cycle of yugas described in the Indian scriptures. The other ages are […]

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