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Kesar Rabdi Ghevar: Royal Delicacy of Rajasthan RTP

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Ghevar, a traditional royal savory of Rajasthan is like a capital sweet-dish of the state. Ghevar is a popular dessert which has a place in heart of every Rajasthani and can be found at any auspicious occasions like weddings or other celebration and on festivals like savan ki teej. It’s a delicious blend of disc shaped wheat flour cake with ... Read More »

Of French Cuisine: Quiche

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  Quiche, full of Italian flavors and herbs is a perfect crispy creamy treat for dinners and snacks. Quiche is an open faced Italian baked dish with the crust and stuffings of cream, cheese, custard, meat, seafood and exotic vegetables. Quiche is a perfect treat for all Italian food lovers who loves baked cheese and creamy dishes and thus is ... Read More »

Montego Bay

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Also popular as MoBay, Montego Bay is the second largest city of Jamaica. The city nestled between the gentle slopes of Bogue, Kempshot and Salem Hills is the capital of the parish of St. James (one among the 14 parishes of Jamaica). According to history, Christopher Columbus reached the bay in 1494 and called it ‘el Golfo de Buen Tiempo’ ... Read More »

Secret Getaways: Trang Islands, Thailand

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Tucked away near the coastal waters of Andaman sea is a picturesque hideout, a huddle of islands belonging to the southern block of Thailand called the Trang Islands. These islands form an archepelago in the sea with a cluster of 46 Islands. The name ‘Trang’ comes from the Malaysian word ‘Terang‘ which means light. The Island used to see a ... Read More »

Christ Of The Abys ,Key Largo, The United States

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“The sea hath no king but God alone.” – Dante Gabriel Rossetti, echoes through the waves, the truth submerged deep into the depths of the ocean, in the form of a corporal example, the Christ of Abyss. It was placed in the Mediterranean Sea off San Fruttuoso just amidst the Portofino and Camogli on the Italian Riviera, on 22 August ... Read More »

The Colourful, Clarke Quay, Singapore

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Situated upstream from the north, of the Singapore river and Boat quay (another historical quay), Clark Quay is a historical quay in Singapore, resting within the Singapore River Planning Area. A Quay is a structure on the shore of a harbour or on the banks of  a river or canal, where ships may dock to load and unload cargo and ... Read More »

Kaleidoscopic insight to the Mini Portugal,Goa

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Firstly you guys have to keep this in mind, if you really wish to see the real Goa, the one which is just not beaches and booze, though we all like to think of it that way. But, trust me, it’s way lot better and more exciting than that! Now, here’s a list of the few most amazing and hardly-experienced, ... Read More »

Caracas: The Capital City of Venezuela

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Caracas, the capital and largest city of Venezuela is a beautiful city located right beside Mount Avila. The city is usually not considered to be on the most popular tourist spots in Venezuela and Latin American and it isn’t a rare sight to see tourists skip Caracas when they come to visit the country of Venezuela. But that being said, ... Read More »

Of Spain and Spanish Delicacy: Churros

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Churros conned by chocolate dip is a perfect traditional Spanish treat. Churros is a deep fried sweet treat, served in breakfast, snacks or even desserts. It’s a perfect relish for people having a sweet tooth. Churro is a deep fried dough pastry. They are long star shaped, just like bread sticks. Served hot with the different variations of dipping , ... Read More »

A city with two cities: Bergamo, Italy

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One of the richest and most elegant cities in Italy, Bergamo, is situated in the Alpine foothills just 50 km from Milan. The city is has its own two cities in it as it is structured in two levels, The Lower city and The Upper city. The Lower city is more modern and dynamic whereas the famous Upper city his ... Read More »