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Five Reasons to Visit Rajasthan in February

Five Reasons to Visit Rajasthan in February

Steeped in tales of romance and princely eras of chivalry, the royal land of Rajasthan exemplifies the quintessential India. As winter unhurriedly fades out in February, the variety of customs, cultures, and landscapes reach the pinnacle of splendor in this mosaic of 22 kingdoms. From the amber dunes of Thar to the iridescent Chambal Valley,(…)

Published On: Thursday, February 2nd, 2017
Chinese New Year Celebrations around the World

Chinese New Year Celebrations around the World

There’s a bit of China in almost every corner of the world. No matter on which side of the Atlantic you are, the charm of Chinese New Year celebrations will tempt you to don a reveler’s hat. While the Chinese community around the world gear up to drive away the bad spirit with ferocious lions,(…)

Published On: Monday, December 26th, 2016
Top 10 Weird New Year Traditions Around the World

Top 10 Weird New Year Traditions Around the World

Some sweep their houses to remove bad energy, some like to jump from chairs, and others dare to swim in nippy waters. Call it quirky, curious, unusual, or downright bizarre traditions, New Year’s Day celebrations in some countries make you want to scratch your head. Kiribati and Samoa are the first places to welcome the(…)

Published On: Monday, December 26th, 2016
Christmas in New York

Christmas in New York

Christmas in New York is one of the most coveted festivals. The festival includes in it all the residents of the city irrespective of their community, religion, language, and financial background. If you want to celebrate Christmas in New York, you’ll find there are hundreds of ways to celebrate a New York Christmas. Christmas has(…)

Published On: Wednesday, December 7th, 2016
Traditional Christmas Dinner Menu

Traditional Christmas Dinner Menu

The most-awaited Christian festival Christmas is about to arrive in a few days. Have you planned for the Chritmas dinner? If ‘Yes!’, then just have a quick look at the following traditional Christmas meal menu to see that you have not missed out anything. If your answer is ‘No!’, then you can choose suitable items(…)

Published On: Wednesday, December 7th, 2016
Taj Mahotsav 2016: Your Tryst With Cultural Diversity in India

Taj Mahotsav 2016: Your Tryst With Cultural Diversity in India

The Taj Mahal, which rises above the banks of Yamuna River, was described by Rabindranath Tagore as “a solitary tear suspended on the cheek of time.” One of the seven wonders of the world is among the most beautiful, sublime, and noble monuments and millions of travelers – families and soul-mates – throng this 17th-century(…)

Published On: Thursday, February 18th, 2016
A Heritage Walk in Kuala Lumpur

A Heritage Walk in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur, a vibrant metropolis, offers a stunning combination of contemporary and heritage architecture. Before you wonder why major attractions in Kuala Lumpur are situated in city center, consider the fact that during the city’s early days, the development had started from the core of the center. I decided to take “Dataran Merdeka Square &(…)

Published On: Monday, December 28th, 2015
Christmas in Mexico

Christmas in Mexico

Christmas in Mexico is a special day, which is celebrated on a large scale. Christmas time is a fun time, which all the people enjoy with a great zeal and enthusiasm. There is a big difference between the celebrations of Christmas that are observed throughout the world and the festivities in Mexico. Christmas celebrations in(…)

Published On: Friday, December 20th, 2013
Christmas in Italy

Christmas in Italy

Italy is one of the best places to visit during Christmas as people get fascinated by the colorful way in which the festival is celebrated. Christmas in Italy means a season of celebrations and not just celebrating one particular day. The three-week Christmas celebrations begin around eight days before Christmas, which falls on December 25th and(…)

Published On: Friday, December 20th, 2013