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Hardly anyone flies, and very few even leave their own state.
Buddhists around the world are honoring the birth, enlightenment, and death of their spiritual leader with a bright, colorful festival called Vesak Day. Vesak Day (also known as Waisak, Wesak, or Budd...
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Rediscover the joys of a simple life
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For those who cherish memories of spending their childhood afternoons perched on the branch of a mango or peepal tree, this could be an ideal -- and safer -- vacation idea. Tree houses no longer exi...
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It's Good For The Broke Go experience Goa's famous Sao Joao festival that is celebrated at the start of the monsoon season Everyone needs a break but everyone doesn't have the money for it. #Problem...
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It's that time of the year when all of us are either talking about our recent holiday, or planning for one. There is a lot that goes into planning for a vacation, one that's perfect and leaves you wit...
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Most parents I know in Pune often complain about how our city does not have as many awesome kid-friendly attractions as Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi and Hyderabad do. While I agree to a certain extent, the good news is that many new places are popping up in Pune to take the family fun quotient a few notches higher.
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Time moved slowly when I was a child. The days seemed endless. It's a contrast to my children's childhood, where all their activities seem scheduled weeks in advance. They'd widen their eyes if I told them how much time I spent doing nothing. They'd look at me as I look at those older than me who boast about walking barefoot to school. The way you do when you catch an uncomfortable glimpse into a time before civilization.
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I watch the buzzards circling nearby, frantically flapping their large wings. Perhaps, they've spotted something to eat. It's a new day. Everything feels peaceful; much like the proverbial calm before the storm. But my heart flutters uncontrollably, for it knows what comes next.
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Now when I rewind and play back the conversations in my head that I had with other parents, before vacations began, I am utterly embarrassed. I can see them sniggering, turning away from me in slow motion, catching each other's eyes, stifling their laughs, eyes wet with hilarity, as I declared my grandiose plans for the summer.
Summers for me meant endless days at my grandfather's house, which was the enchanted land of do-what-you-want. We would arrive at his gates the moment our vacations began and leave, kicking and screaming, when July sprung upon us, all-too-soon and without warning. Our mother, to our unimaginable delight, was not only barred entry, but was also made to renounce all parental control.
Ashish Chowdhry may have been last seen in a film years ago, but outside of work, the actor is totally living it up. Known for appearing in movies like Daddy Cool (2010) and Double Dhamaal (2011), the...
Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput, who tied the knot in July last year, are having a beautiful holiday in Maldives, cruising along the pristine waters of the stunning island nation. In February, rumours o...