• TravelWonderful Waterfalls In India

    25 Wonderful Waterfalls In India

    When it comes to enjoying the splendor of nature, India has a lot to offer. It is a charming and refreshing sight to see cascading waterfalls rise from steep hillsides and hug the river running at its foot. The Indian subcontinent surely has some amazing natural beauties that are magnificent to witness because it is a country with a range…

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  • Travel

    20 Best Monsoon Treks in India

    Everyone knows that monsoon is one of the best seasons as you get to experience the true colors of nature while traveling. The sight of the green mixed with the sandy scent acts as a medicine for your soul – you just want more. While there are many places where trekking in monsoon would be tough, the natural beauty of…

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  • TravelMumbai

    10 Places you Must visit when In Mumbai

    Mumbai is indeed a city that never sleeps. It is the capital of Maharashtra and also the financial capital of the country, India. Mumbai was formerly called Bombay. The coastal city has a huge population of more than 1.25 crore.   If you are visiting Mumbai for the first time, then you should definitely visit the places listed below. 10…

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  • Health and Wellness6 Wholesome Indian Breakfasts That Fill Your Heart And Tummy!

    6 Wholesome Indian Breakfast you must try out

    India, known for its diverse culture, also offers authentic breakfasts, originating from different parts of the country. A well-known fact, breakfast is the most important meal of the day, keeps us active, and provides us with the energy to get on our feet and pull up our socks. We love our Indian breakfasts like we love our big fat weddings.…

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  • Facts

    8 Endangered Languages of India Heading Towards Extinction

    India is a country whose linguistic richness plays a key role in maintaining its social and cultural diversity. Languages of India trace their roots back to several language families. The major ones being the Indo-Aryan languages spoken by 75% of Indians and the Dravidian languages spoken by 20% of Indians while other languages belong to the Austroasiatic, Sino-Tibetan, Tai-Kadai, and…

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