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The Ultimate List of Volunteering Opportunities in India

Volunteering at different organizations in India can be a way of traveling on a budget while you contribute to the betterment of the future of this country. There are many famous organisations that receive a huge number of volunteers and also charge for the same. While others, who are not so famous on internet, go unnoticed. While managing travel expenses is the problem for most of the backpackers, such organisations come to their rescue who provide them the basic necessities in exchange of their service to the institution.  Here by I would try to put forward the needy institutes that ...
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offbeat stay in Leh

A Tryst with the Tibetan Medicines at Smanla Guest House

I had specially chosen Smanla Guest House apart from Goji Villa for my stay at Leh. It would probably be the best place away from the hustle and bustle of the market. Only the beautiful location and views do not make it the best place to stay, but also the expertise of the owner in Tibetan medicines makes it an interesting place to stay. So, if don't want simply roam around Leh-Ladakh and spend your time in learning something, then call up Amchi Tsewang now and you would be all set to go in search of medicinal plants in the ...
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Bahubali Shravanbelagola

Unravel the Real Story of the Mighty Bahubali

It is one of the divine destinations of Karnataka. There are total five monoliths of Gomteshwara – the son of the first Jain tirthankar(Rishabhnath Swami) in the state, the tallest one(58 ft) of which is located in Shravanbelagola making it a tourist hot-spot. It is also considered to be the tallest monolith in the world. Chandragupta Maurya is said to have died here after he assumed the life of an ascetic. Fascinated by these facts and the craze for the fictional character of Bahubali, I planned a day trip from Mysore to this divine place that led to the creation ...
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home stays in Ladakh

Budget Home Stays for Your next Ladakh Trip

While in Ladakh, you must have the experience of staying with the locals and eating what they traditionally cook. You can enjoy the lavish hospitality of a hotel in any modern city of the world, but the beauty of Ladakh lies in the Ladakhi homes and culture. It doesn’t only give you the glimpse of Ladakhi life-style but also lets you travel on a budget. After my comfortable stay at Goji Villa in Leh, I decided to just stay with the locals at their home and also eat what they eat. And thus, on my month-long journey I stayed in ...
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Goji Villa – The Best Place for your Leh Stay

The moment I entered Leh, the chilled wind and the snowy mountains welcomed me to this charismatic place inhabited by the sweetest of the people. “Jullay….”, we were greeted by the people all around. I was told that the town of Leh is a bit crowded and thus I chose my stay not too close to the main market. Goji Villa was one of the first places I chose for my acclimatization days and of course for the best guidance from Mr. Tashi Angchuk, the expert owner of the Villa ...
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My Solo Adventure in Ladakh

Ladakh for a month? Are you out of your mind? What would you do for a month? What is there to see for a month? After hearing this from almost everyone, I was firm to explore the unseen Ladakh with all the more enthusiasm. And I have now ended up planning another visit to this Land of Lamas because, a month was certainly not enough to explore the secrets of this fairyland. Living the life on road is a dream for many. And when it comes to solo traveling, most of them think it to be insane. But my solo traveling ...
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Bhandadara : Camping by the Lake

The Arthur Lake was formed when Created Wilson Dam was built on  Pravara river  and it serves as the most beautiful landscape for admiring a beautiful sunset followed by overnight camping and star gazing. Difficulty level: Leisure Trip Duration: 1.5/2 days Best Time: Post Monsoon/Winter/Summer Base Village: Bhandadara Contact No: To set up tents (Rs. 600 per tent )+ food (Rs. 200 dinner+breakfast+ lunch on request) Café Dam Corner: (Sanjay Bhau Bhajji Vala) 09423749953 Bhandadara Nisarg Paryatan: 07057730214, 09657476571. Estimated Cost: Rs. 800-1000 …
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The Horcrux of Mahabharat is safely Hidden in this Himalayan Village

The children in India grow up hearing the stories of the mythological epic of Mahabharat. Even I grew up listening to the dramatic and tragic tales of Kauravas and Pandavas. Everything seemed like a fascinating ancient myth till I came across this village named Oslo on the way to Har-ki-Doon Trek. The village is nestled on the edge of the hills with the mighty river Tons flowing down its valley. Not many would be aware that there are many villages in Garhwal Himalayas, which was the kingdom of the hundred sons of Dhritrashtra and Gandhari – Kauravas. Though the legacy has …
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Andaman and Nicobar Islands – Into the Blue Waters

This place which inhabits the people of all Indian cultures, states and religion speaking different languages in complete harmony. Fascinated with the clean blue waters of Andaman, we had planned an exploratory trip that turned out to be the best trip of my life in India. We could even manage to complete the trip on a pocket friendly budget. Andaman is essentially a great alternative to any of your foreign trips …
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The Celestial Architecture in Aurangabad

Plan a trip for your inquisitive mind to the historic city Aurangabad, famous for its vicinity to the famous World Heritage Sites of Ajanta Ellora Caves. This city has a lot to offer to History and Architecture lovers. It is quite hustle free especially during off seasons. It’s a favourite weekend destination for the people of Maharashtra (especially Mumbaikars), Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh. People visiting India from other countries also include it in their exploration list …
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I Found The Lost Goan Culture Treasured At This Place

If you think Goa is just about beautiful beaches then probably you are wrong. Goa has rich culture beyond just the Portuguese and French colonies and traditions. Unfortunately the real Goa, before it was transformed by the French and Portuguese, can now only be seen in museums. One such beautiful museum showcasing the tradition and culture of Goan people is the Big-foot Museum.  …
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