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The charm of River Ganga never fades away in any part of India, especially in Rishikesh. The best thing about this city is that it is a breathtaking blend of thrill and serenity, which is why it has got two names in its glory- the Adventure Capital of India and the Land of Gods.
Chowmahalla Palace
“We travel for romance, we travel for architecture, and we travel to be lost.” ― Ray Bradbury To travel is to make a journey; but what would a journey be, if the traveler doesn’t grow through it? Wouldn’t that be equal to just moving from one place to the other, without really gathering a thing? It is more than just an...
Hungry to travel, we planned a trip to Himachal. We had to decide between Chandigarh and Delhi to be our pit stop. But being architecture - geeks we chose Chandigarh, even though it meant loosing more time in travel. What Chandigarh was all about- Tons of Le Corbusier. Lots of Chole Kulche. Napping on park benches and gardens. Having an...
Jaipur Pink City
Jaipur, the name has a magical regal touch. The ‘Pink City’ has always been the capital of several kingdoms throughout the Rajput dynasty, and now, serves as the capital of the largest state of India, Rajasthan. Located 431m above the sea-level in north-west India. Jaipur is a landlocked city with acultural and traditional heritage that dates centuries ago.In 1876,...
A sadhu at Ghat in Varanasi
Brought up as the Cultural Capital of India from UNESCO, Varanasi is the holy city merrily singing, chanting, and holy praying. Although being the oldest living city, Varanasi is nurturing and growing every day. This city is a maze of alleys. Those narrow confused paths have some magic of lights which attracts tourists. Might sound ironic but people come...
Nothing can touch a little kid’s heart more than the divine touch of a drop of beauty. And that drop of beauty which shines so charmingly in this vast expanse of India’s terrain is Kashmir. True, I was a little kid when I traveled to Kashmir, excited for a four or five-day trip, which would assemble for me loads of memories
Professional Travel Blogger and founder of The Ghumakkads. Bhawna Mohinani is graduate in Mass Communication & Postgraduate in Travel and Tourism Management.

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