Rulebook to Surviving Day-1 in Paris

Let’s suppose, for the next few posts, I’m sitting in an imaginary time machine and have set the dial to the summer of 2010. At this moment, we don’t have a blog, zero trip planning/travel experience, and butterflies in our stomachs. What we do have is two weeks of precious leave, an opportunity to discover…

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A Mix of Everything

The Kandariya Art & Cultural Centre, in Khajuraho, doubles up as a museum and performance venue. The first room displays furniture and woodwork objects crafted by local artisans. Intricate carvings on wood and stone adorn different everyday objects such as doors, statues, trunks, and beds. The craftsmanship of the local artisans is truly remarkable. At…

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A walk through Japanese Art

 Manga Manga is, perhaps, one of the most famous Japanese art forms. Popular both locally and internationally; it’s hard to escape manga, when in Japan. There are entire stores dedicated to it – targeting a wide audience – with different genres. Over the years, manga has evolved from comic books into graphic novels. Some paperbacks…

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6 Hours in Köln

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Ancient Rock Sculptures of Mahabalipuram

   The temple town of Mahabalipuram makes for an excellent weekend getaway from Chennai. It’s got history, stunning rock sculptures and a long sandy coastline. What’s there not to love? Conveniently located, at about 60 km from Chennai, Mahabalipuram is best explored by road. Start your trip with the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Don’t take…

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