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Kashmiri Cuisines


  Kashmir is a state of India. It is located mostly in the Himalayan Mountains and shares a border with the states of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab to the south. Kashmir has an international border with China in the north and east, whereas the Line of Control separates it from Pakistani-controlled territories of Azad Kashmir and Gilgit–Baltistan in the west ... Read More »

San Antonio: tucked away reprise Texas


If you live in a state which would be the seventh highest producer of green gas in the world had it been a country, breathing in fresh and pure air would be a perfect detox program for you. The second largest state in United States with the second highest population is the state of Texas. It is called as dessert ... Read More »

Yeoor: A mini hill station of Thane

panthers and snakes in yeoor

A beautiful hill of yeoor in the vicinity of Thane itself offers the visitors a beautiful blend of nature, wildlife, nightlife and meditation. Yeoor hill is also known as ‘Mama Bhanja hill’ and serves as the best get away in Thane. The beautiful hill is located in the district of Thane in the Indian state of Maharashtra and lies in ... Read More »

Cliff Bonifacio- A Wonderful Town in Corsica, France

bonifacio city view

         Bonifacio the old city of Corsica having narrow roads with historic buildings is a great place that attracts people from all over the world. It is a French Island located in Corsica. It has a beautiful scenic view and the houses are located on the cliff of the mountains which attract people attention and looks as though they are ... Read More »

The Blue Pearl of Morocco- Chefchaouen


If you wish to elope away to an isolated place, far away from the city hustle bustle, however without having cut off all necessary metropolitan ties, then a small, beautiful rural city at Northwest edge of Morocco awaits your arrival. Shrouded in the midst of the Rif Mountains of the northwest Morocco, lies Chefchaouen, a sleepy and secretive mountain refuge, ... Read More »

Queen of the Midlands: Nottingham, England


The city of Nottingham is laced in legend as its pavements are steeped in the history of Robin Hood. English folklore’s own bad boy with a heart of gold, Robin Hood is known world over for stealing from the rich to give to the poor. A highly skilled archer and swordsman, the medieval outlaw legend hailing from Sherwood Forest lives ... Read More »

Pearl of the Adriatic-Polignano a Mare,Province Bari,Apulia,Italy


If you have been planning to impress your artsy mate with an extravagant proposal in the grandest backdrop ever, and have already suffered elimination of more places than manage any selection, due to her hateful intolerance towards everything clichéd, then “The Pearl of the Adriatic Sea”, a little medieval town on rocky cliffs of Polignano a Mare, Italy, is YOUR ... Read More »

The Unique Town of Alberobello : Italy


Appointed as a World Heritage site by the United Nations (UNESCO), the tiny town of Alberobello is truly a unique vision for tourists. The one thousand and five hundred typical 14th century round Trulli huts still stnading in this modern day and age are simply breath taking. The Trulli zone is like a picture straight from a fairy tale book. ... Read More »



Lake Tahoe is one of the famous visiting spot in USA mainly in winter and summer for its beautiful scenery with its transparent blue lake which is settled among mountain peaks.Lake Tahoe is a landmark in California, and one of the most gorgeous lakes in North America,covered with the snow capped Sierra Mountains surrounding and having attractive sparkling clear water.It  ... Read More »

Brijraj Bhawan Palace, Kota

The Brijraj Bhawan Palace, on the banks of river Chambal, Kota in Rajasthan was built in 1830 A.D by the East India Company (financed by Kota state) as a British residence and was then called the Residency Bungalow. It’s a 178 years old palace and was converted into a heritage hotel in the 1980s. Brijraj Bhawan is now a heritage ... Read More »