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  • Over to Uttarakhand: Binsar & Almora - 'Desi' Hill Go Himalayan

    Almora & Binsar, perhaps among the very few totally indigenously developed Hill Stations in India, provide magnificent views of Himalayas and Pine & Rhododendron trees - Entry to the Binsar Forest

    To be very frank I won't have gone to Binsar if Club Mahindra didn't have any resort there. Since we...

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  • Tirthan Valley: Mystery and Adventure

    By Sanchita Chatterjee |

    18 April 2014 |

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    The Arrival

    It was Poonam’s first visit to Tirthan Valley, my second. After my first trip two months earlier – I wanted to go back to explore the area and who a better companion for this than Poonam, who like me likes unexpected amusements, unplanned explorations and wishes to take the ‘road less...

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  • Nagaland Memories

    By Sanchita Chatterjee |

    18 April 2014 |

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    So I visited Nagaland finally – have been talking about it for many months with my Naga friends. Given my excitement at finally visiting a place I longed for, the trip was quite short – less than a week. It wasn’t enough to see all the places but it was enough to get a flavour of life and culture in...

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  • Magical Land

    By Rajat Chaudhari |

    18 April 2014 |

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    The colourful people of Sikkim and its global tourists give the city a cosmopolitan flavour. Looking at me from a corner of my desk is a gleaming Hotei (Laughing Buddha) that travelled with me from Gangtok, back to Kolkata. His mirthful eyes and cherry-blossom cheeks lift my spirits as I remember...

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  • Resplendent Ravangla - Part 2

    By Malini Basu |

    15 February 2014 |

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    After a day's rest, our sightseeing began with local tourist attraction of the RalangMonasteries (13 km from Ravangla), housing two monasteries of the Kagyupa sect ofBuddhism.

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  • Resplendent Ravangla – Part I

    By Malini Basu |

    15 February 2014 |

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    It is a common saying that if you travel far enough, you will meet yourself. Thinking of a get away from the daily hustle and bustle of city life, then a travel to Sikkim in North East India may be an ideal vacation one can plan for a week. Come March end and we began planning for our annual family...

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