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    Five Reasons Why AYANA Offers the Most Unique Vacay with your Family in Indonesia

    From Bali to the lesser-known Komodo Island, Indonesian luxury hospitality brand AYANA offers options for next family getaway. At Bali’s AYANA Estate, nature is the number one guest. Here, the earth, sky, jungle and sea flourish in their own ecosystem. Located amidst a majestic jungle on the pristine shoreline of Jimbaran, this 90-hectare resort is home to four luxury hotels…

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    Soha Ali Khan Pataudi and Kunal Kemmu Celebrated their Tropikal Summer Family Holiday and Kunal’s Birthday in Style at Kandima Maldives

    Kandima Maldives has emerged as the preferred island destination for celebrities seeking the ultimate summer eskape. Take a look at how Soha Ali Khan Pataudi and Kunal Kemmu recently experienced some quality downtime with their family and friends at the #AnythingButOrdinary game-changing island resort like no other! Kunal also celebrated his milestone 40th birthday with a string of special experiences…

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    Gwalior: Where time has come to a standstill

    Rock cut Jain images, carved during the 15th century, Urwai Gate, Gwalior Fort. Gwalior : Gwalior is being transformed as a Smart City under the Smart City Mission of the central government. For a visitor the first and only visible sign of this planned transformation is a series of two-colour temple style sign boards erected across the city, announcing names…

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    Shivpuri:Far from the madding crowd-Travelogue Day 3

    Hyacinth’s relentless march in Sakhya Sagar Shivpuri: Shivpuri’s lifeline, the mesmerising Sakhya Sagar which is today a part of select 51 wetlands of India, is facing a menace of deadly water hyacinth. Hyacinth has taken over the Sagar’s banks and is spreading at a rapid pace from all sides. In fact, hyacinth has completely choked the main flow of the…

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    Shivpuri:Far from the madding crowd-Travelogue Day 2

    George Castle, front view Shivpuri: Credit for Shivpuri’s development goes to Maharaja Madho Rao Scindia (1876 –1925). In the first decade of the 20th century he developed massive infrastructure in the region’s deciduous forests — where trees lose/ shed their leaves every year — to facilitate his and his cronies hunting expeditions. In the year 1911 when the Swadeshi movement…

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    Shivpuri:Far from the madding crowd-Travelogue Day 1

    Sakhya Sagar Shivpuri: About 480 km from Delhi and 120 km from Gwalior on Agra-Mumbai highway is Shivpuri in Madhya Pradesh. The city and the district are famous for man made water bodies and small undulating hills of seamless deciduous forests which come alive during the monsoons. Shivpuri has witnessed a long procession of rulers — Mughals, Marathas, Rajputs of…

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    Andaman & Nicobar Islands Diary: Of fishing and fishermen

    Port Bair: I consider my visits to coastal areas incomplete if I return home without experiencing magnificent sunrises and magical sunsets. For me the second most important to-do-task of the coastal tour is interaction with local fishermen and visits to fish markets. Watching boatmen prepare meticulously for their fishing expedition as well as observing them arrive on the seashore with…

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    Andaman & Nicobar Islands Diary: Seafood lover’s haven

    Port Blair: Havelock and Neil Islands in the South Andamans are seafood lover’s haven. Fish is sourced locally at each of the islands while large size crabs and lobsters are fetched from Port Blair daily basis.Fish curry, fried, grilled or baked fish, grilled lobsters and crabs or in curry form are popular. Almost all shacks selling meals near the beaches…

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    Andaman & Nicobar Islands Diary: Baratang, Jarawas & Ross Island

    Port Blair: One-hour ferry ride costing Rs 1375 pp brings one back to Port Blair from Neil Island. Next day being the last day of our stay in the islands we wanted to wrap-up our tour by visiting the Baratang island. For this to happen we had to drive through the Jarawa Reserve Area. Last on day’s itinerary was a…

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    Andaman & Nicobar Islands Diary: Neil Island (Shaheed Dweep)

    Neil Island: An air-conditioned ferry takes one across to Neil Island from Havelock. After a one-hour ride costing Rs 1350 one reaches the 13.7 sq. km. island famous for its coral reefs, sunrise and sunset views. Bharatpur beach is the island’s most beautiful beach. It is a favorite of scuba divers and snorklers. A few options like water scooter and…

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