Category: This & That

Five Great Examples of Architecture In Medan

Medan is the next largest city in Indonesia after Jakarta, Surabaya, and Bandung and field with diverse ethnic groups and minorities such as Chinese, Karo Batak, Southern Indians, Javanese, and more. The mix of different cultures means a different and colorful experience of cultures and mouth-watering dishes. There are plenty of cheap hotel deals when you start […]

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Bye Bye! Photo sharing woes

Vebbler is a seamless photo sharing application, designed by young Indian entrepreneurs.

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Responsible Travel

Travel and tourism industry is one of the largest contributors to the global economy with a record of 7.6 trillion USD in 2014 and it is only here to grow. With every travel enthusiast seeking to hop on their next big adventure right from swimming with sharks in South Africa to trekking the highest points […]

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Sula Fest

Sula Fest 2016

Everything you need to know about SulaFest 2016 and Nashik.

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Liebster Award 2015

Hello Bloggers! I am very excited to tell you that my blog got nominated for The Liebster Award 2015. I am highly thankful to http://www.harstuff-travel.org/ for nominating me for this award. About the award: Liebster Award is a new-comer award given by bloggers to bloggers, that creates a great platform for new blogs to be discovered […]

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TEDx Bhilwara Salon- Of making connections and inspiring the community

On 7th November we held a small gathering of 30+, enthusiastic bunch of attendees. The idea was to meet like minded people, watch TED talks and discuss them further. End result? – A Saturday well spent with 30+ heads brimming with enthusiasm and ideas in-order to be the change they want to see. We were […]

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The curious case of money and travel

A couple of days back I came across an article on my Facebook news-feed wherein the author focused on how ‘do not worry about money just travel’ is the worst advice of all time and stereotyped travelling to be for the ‘privileged ones.’ My purpose of writing this blog is not to critically evaluate the […]

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Indian Youth- Unemployed or Unemployable?

India, being the second most populous country in the world with more than 25% people below the age of 25 and 65% below the age of 35, has the largest pool of youth as compared to rest of the world. Out of the 450 million youth just about 69 % are educated out of which […]

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Middle of nowhere!

Ever questioned your very existence? Ever heard yourself say these lines: “Why am I alive?” “What do I want to do?” “What am I put on earth for?” “God! Why is this happening to me?” so on and so forth. We all have one of those days where we are in the middle of nowhere! […]

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