Author: Mona Gupta

The Most ancient living city of the world, Varanasi in India

Welcome to the home of world’s most ancient living city, Varanasi



Padharo Mahre desh is the tagline here. Rajasthan Rajasthan as the name suggests, Raja ka Sthaan or King’s place is the most colorful state I have ever seen. So, here, we are just not talking about deserts and little water but it’s rich culture, forts and palaces,Camel ride, daal baati churma, ghoomar dance, bandhini fabric

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Darjeeling and Gangtok

Last year, when we visited Darjeeling and Gangtok in Sikkim for the first time, we were really get amazed by the natural beauty of our North Eastern India. What I believe, if human invasion is less in our vast natural resources then they will certainly uphold their aesthetics. Gangtok in Sikkim, lndia A famous hill

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Few years before, when we were staying in Gujarat, I was surprisingly found the place quite different from the rest of India. But, when started to find the reasons then, here the list goes. 1.Most Prosperous State Gujarat being one of the most prosperous state of India, having per capita GDP almost thrice than India’s

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Ten Best places to visit in the most prosperous state of India, Gujarat

Welcome to the most prosperous state of India….

India’s biggest festive season Diwali, with smart shopping

Be a smart shopper in this festive season when we are most lured by the tons of advertisements and marketing campaigning that strikes hard on our sentimental impulses. See how the marketing strategies try to grasp us like the first thing is advertisement with family drama trying to make the emotional fools or creating a

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Ramayana, one of the world ‘s largest ancient Indian epic

Ramayana is one of the largest ancient Indian epic in the world literature comprising 24000 verses that are mostly written in the form of Shlokas/anustups and divided into seven kandas in a sequential manner like Adi / Bal kanda, ayodhya kanda, aranya kanda, kishkindhya kanda, sundara kanda, lanka kanda and uttara kanda and about 500

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