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Scotland, UK: 36 Hours in Glasgow | EXPLORE

For years, I had heard mixed reviews about Glasgow – and was expecting a version of Gotham City. Nothing could be further from the truth – what awaited was a cheerful landscape accentuated by pink[Read More…]

Bera, Rajasthan: Welcome to Leopard Country – It is Wild and Free | WILDLIFE

Believe it or not: There is a village in Rajasthan called Bera where leopards roam free. Along it flows the river Jawai, with the Jawai Dam built on it. And the resulting beautiful lake is[Read More…]

Who Killed the Rhino? In Kaziranga National Park, India | Video

The rhinoceros is a beautiful animal, a giant yet a herbivore. It means no harm to any living being, so why is it being killed all over the world? For its poachers to earn a[Read More…]

Jordan: The Citadel, Amman | Video

Located on the highest hill of Amman, the capital of Jordan, The Citadel or the Jabal al-Qala’a gives a bird’s eye view of the city and also a symbolic sense of history of the region.[Read More…]

by January 13, 2016 Destinations: International, Jordan, Kunzum TV

The Beatles Story – Liverpool, UK | Video

Whether you are a fan of the Beatles or not, you have to visit The Beatles Story in #Liverpool, UK. Relive the story of their lives and career in this museum. Tune in to walk[Read More…]

Cheetah Love: Masai Mara, Kenya | Video

If you think a Cheetah is only menacing, check out its loving side – a mother with her cub in Masai Mara in Kenya. Tune in to see for yourself.

Selfie With Orangutans: Singapore Zoo | Video

If you handed your mobile to an Orangutan, do you think he / she will be smart enough to click a selfie? At the Singapore Zoo. Tune in to find out.

Selfie With Lories: Jurong Bird Park, Singapore | Video

Has a bird (with feathers!!) nibbled your ear? Lories have in my case. They belong to the family of Australian parrots. Head to the Jurong Bird Park in Singapore for a similar experience.

Off to Kenya – With an Eleventh Hour Itinerary | Wildlife

After years of planning and anticipation, I finally left for Kenya. On October 27, 2015 to be precise. But not before uncertainty till almost the last minute.

Do you want the necklaces worn by Konyak Tribals in Nagaland? | Vanishing Tribes

Konyaks love colour, their favourites being red, yellow and orange. The Aoling festival flowers are the red Coral Tree flowers, red lilies and yellow orchids.