Ladakh in the winters is other worldly. Stark and bitterly cold, but beautiful in a way only nature can manifest. Winters are quiet months for tourism, save for those looking to trek some winter routes or those seeking the ‘ghost of the mountains’ – the stunning and elusive Snow Leopard (Panthera uncia).
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Soul Travelling specializes in curating and exploring Goa in the form of Walking Trails, Explorations, and Culinary Tours. They have about 35+ trails amongst various villages and cites across Goa and have catered to FITs, Groups, Educational institutions, and even a few MICE events.
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A cute Elephant focused itinerary by our own Tammie Anjali Tolani
Tara was used by her owner to beg on the streets of Bhubaneswar, which is where the late Mark Shand, a British travel writer and conservationist, and an aristocrat (he is the brother of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall), and photographer Aditya Patankar found her in 1988.
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Fun over Fuel! Experience Goa like never before. Occasions where memories are made. Explore the Unseen. Have a wheel of a time on your E-bike.
Goa may be the country’s party capital but there’s a lot more to the sunshine state than shiny disco balls. The newest way to get to know its charms is B Live curated cycle tours. India’s first e-bike tourism initiative, these tours are promoted by Goa Tourism Development Corporation in partnership with Arcis Tours.
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A fascination tale of the connection of Cochin Jews with this once bustling port city by our own Tammie Anjali Tolani
They say it was a little Jewish girl singing hymns who greeted St Thomas on his arrival at Shingly. The proof of this hangs on a thin fraying thread involving the appearance of an old testament, a few singing bards, and lilting, cajoling, Hebrew-Malayalam songs sung by young girls and boys. In any case the Jews have been regular visitors to Shingly since the time of Solomon.
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It was Aug 16, 1947 (not Aug 15th) the atmosphere at the Red Fort was very festive. Apart from loud speakers and flags attached to every pole, Thandi Sarak in Chandni Chowk was fenced on both sides, as was the Red Fort – fenced with chairs for dignitaries. People were in a festive mood and the khomche wallahs (street food vendors) did roaring business.
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Mahesh Natarajan – COO Ananda in the Himalayans tells us how the new program at Ananda might be the answer to Brain Fog and reduced Immunity
Sama dosha Sama agnischa Sama Dhatu Mala Kriyaahal
Prasanna atma indriya manaha swastha iti abhideyate ||
An individual who maintains a balanced state of the body, blissful condition of soul, satisfied senses and a happy state of mind is Swastha or a healthy person
Sushruta Samhita, Chapter 15, verse 41
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Teej Festival (one month Celebration) July 31 (Sunday), 2022 to August 30 (Tuesday), 2022
Teej Festival – Teej is one of the most sacred Hindu festivals observed in India & Nepal. It is observed in different parts of the country by the womenfolk to seek blessings for their husband’s long life.
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By our Tammie, Anjali Tolani
The fourth edition of a Godrej sponsored Food Trends Report listed emerging food trends and prime amongst those was the renaissance of Regional Cuisine.
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By our Tammie, Anjali Tolani
Moatsu festival is one of the most eagerly awaited festivals in this little yet beautiful state of Nagaland. Making the entire state lively with its vibrant festivities, Moatsu Mong festival is celebrated by Ao tribe of the state.
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