Mattur: A Village where people converse in Sanskrit

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Known as the Devabhasha (language of the Gods), Sanskrit has had an influence on all major Indian languages. It’s also the language in which the Vedas (Indian religious scriptures) and Mantras (... Read More

Chapchar Kut: The Bamboo Festival of Mizoram

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In Mizoram, the word “kut” means “festival”. Of all the kuts celebrated in Mizoram, the Chapchar Kut, is the most vibrant, This annual festival celebrates the arrival of spring and is one of t... Read More

Vivek Express – Longest Train Service in India

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Trains are India’s lifelines; right from the suburban train networks to the metro rails and the long-distance express trains; our country moves on rails. India has one of the most extensive and comp... Read More

Black Rice : The ‘Superfood’ from India

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India is one of largest producers and consumers of rice in the world. Not surprisingly, we are well known for our rice based delicacies also. White rice or brown rice, we know how to make it into a ta... Read More

Rann of Kutch – Home of flamingos in India

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India’s vast expanse of land is populated with an unending array of treasures that contribute to the country being one of the most diverse in the world. The raw beauty and number of unexplored regio... Read More

Spice, spice baby!

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As an Indian, it can be said with much confidence that one of life’s most temporarily-traumatic experiences comes from biting down on a stray red pepper that accidentally found its way into your mou... Read More