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Tips on Women Solo Travelling in Kerala

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Being a Gujarati, I somehow have always played around Malayalis(I call them Mallu’s) during my childhood summer times. As their school vacation is announced , they would go to their native place and return with such great stories of greenary,water, food and art. During school time, with no access to internet I always dreamt about how Kerala would look. As grew as a traveler I decided to go solo traveling in Kerala where I spent quite some time as local. Thanks to Kerala Tourism , who supported my wish list by helping them with the “Kerala Blog Express 1” I got…

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Mumbai Through My Eyes…

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Being a global citizen that believes in creating an impact through a social change, there comes a greater responsibility of understanding a system that fails to deliver. It’s been over four months since I stepped foot in Mumbai, and being in the city that belongs close to my heart has given me the chance to express myself as a local Mumbaikar, about some of the social and moral issues that provoke and concern me on a personal level. Firstly, let me just say, like any other big cosmopolitan city, Mumbai comes with a disclaimer which I would interpret as- ‘If you are willing to…

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Photographer of the week : Alaine Klaudia

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This week we are sharing “Alaine Klaudia  ” “Photographer of the week“. She is a photographer from Austria and has capture beautiful morning pictures of ”  Lake Neusiedl ” She says”  Early morning anglers angle there several boats in the water on a Sunday and morning  is the kind of best photography to capture golden at the end of Pier  Beetetés . You can see her facebook page here : For more travel and photography tips you can contact her on http://kisklau22.wordpress.com/   _____________________________________________________________________________________ If you want to share your photography and tips with us , then send email us on [email protected] Do not forget…

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Virupaksha Temple at Hampi – An Architectural Marvel

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The Virupaksha temple is one of the most important structures located amongst the ruins at Hampi. Hampi is about  12kms from the town of Hospet in Karnataka State.  Hospet is about 419 kms from Bangalore by train. The ruins of Hampi have been accorded the status of the UNESCO World Heritage site and are under the protection and maintenance of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). The temple has surprisingly survived destruction in the hands of the invaders since the battle of Talikota in the 16th century when many of the monuments were systematically destroyed or defaced by the invading armies.  Today,…

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A day in the imperial city of Hue, Vietnam

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Palaces, temples, pagodas, royal tombs, culture and cuisine. This is what “Hue” is famous for and attracts numerous tourists every year. Our bus from Hoi An took about 4 hours to reach Hue and immediately we were surrounded by touts telling us about cheap hotels. Checking into the cheapest hotel we could find, we set off on foot to explore the town in the evening. You are always hungry in Vietnam and so first thing we found was a decent restaurant serving vegetarian food. The restaurant had an imperial splendour and food served was straight out of royal cuisine. The…

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Ganesh Temples at Hampi

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Hampi -“The Lost World” or “The Lost Empire “or “The World Forgotten” whichever way you call it the place is replete with structures of amazing architectural beauty that defies description. Had been to Hampi to see the magnificent structures and the architecture of the Vijaynagara Empire now spread over an area of approximately 350. sq. kms. It would be impossible to cover this place in a matter of a few days that we spent there. This is a World Heritage site and thanks to the Archeological Survey of India (ASI) who is maintaining and guarding this place assiduously.  Had it…

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Save our Tiger- Are you a wildlife Lover ?

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How many of you have never seen tiger ? How of you love tiger ? How much will go forward to support wildlife and how much will you spread the message? Photokatha , is going to  help “Aircel and Sanctuary Magazine ” for the tiger conversation in India.  We were invited to be part of the panel discussion to raise awareness on tiger conservation. The Panel were Harshawardhan Dhanwatey, President, TRACT; Bittu Sahgal, Editor, Sanctuary Asia; Sabiana Anandaraj, Head-Corporate Communications, Aircel; Dr. Anish Andheria, President, Wildlife Conservation Trust and Poonam Dhanwatey, Founder Trustee, TRACT On 25th October, Mumbai 2013 in the Press…

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Hula, dance form in Hawai

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Nothing says Hawaii like hula dancing. This ancient dance tradition was brought over by the Polynesians to the Hawaiian Islands as a form of entertainment for the high chiefs and a way to worship the gods. Many traditions of hula have been altered in recent decades, like the lei (a traditional flower necklace), which was intended as a gift to the gods that dancers were not allowed to wear after their routine, and the costume, which consisted of topless women wearing grass skirts and men wearing loin cloths. But despite becoming a more family-friendly event for tourists, the art form…

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