Category Archives: Religion

Kathmandu – Postcards from Nepal: e-Book

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Many moons ago, someone turned the music off in Kathmandu, the subcontinent’s original party town. But you cannot keep a good thing down for long. Nepal’s capital is rocking again, albeit to a slightly different tune.

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Ajanta and Ellora, and other Attractions of Aurangabad, Maharashtra in India: e-Book

Ajanta and Ellora, and other Attractions of Aurangabad, Maharashtra

Go to Aurangabad even before you visit Agra

Astounding! This is the only expression I can think of to describe the caves at Ajanta and Ellora around Aurangabad in Maharashtra. These could only have been the works of those with special skills, an extraordinary sense of art and possibly some supernatural powers. The Taj Mahal should gracefully admit it is not the greatest monument built in India. Get set to be overwhelmed when you tour the caves of Ajanta and Ellora. What you get here is just a peek; even a tome cannot do justice to these wonders.

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Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh

Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh

Chambal has always been infamous for being home to some of the most notorious dacoits living within its ravines, and the image has not changed even as the gun-toting outlaws striking fear on horseback are mostly in the past tense. What awaits instead is one of the most beautiful birding and animal reserves in and around the pristine Chambal river. And, surprise surprise, it is just over an hour away from India’s most famous touristic address: the Taj Mahal. Join us for the safari.

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Postcards from Thailand: Ayutthaya

 Postcards from Thailand: Ayutthaya

About the E-Book:  If you are in Thailand, you could choose to skip any attraction but not the ancient city of Ayutthaya. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, fully deserving of its status, it was the Thai capital for 417 years.

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Ladakh: The Buddhist Festivals

E-Book: Ladakh - The Buddhist Festivals

About the E-Book: Ladakh, located in the high altitude Himalayas in northern India, is the sacred land of Buddhists. Staying isolated from the rest of the world for a good part of the year has enabled Ladakhis to preserve and practice their religion like they have for centuries. And it shows in the Buddhist festivals, annual events at most monasteries. Come, enjoy glimpses of these unique traditions.

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