Chiang Mai Part 2: Dom Kwang and The Attack of The Pigeons
Lisbon – a city that takes your breath away!
Looking up the Lisbon Sky: Circumnavigating the Portuguese capital the Second Time Around
I experienced this not only in the locality where we stayed (Calangute) but also in the places we visited – the peaceful Thivim Railway station, Avenida Dom Jao Castro Road in Panaji, Sinquerim Beach, Fort Aguada, Vagator Beach, Dona Paula, Basilica of Bom Jesus, Shantadurga Temple and lastly Margao (Maybe you can feel the same in the pictures posted here)....
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Mystic and Holy Varanasi
There are totally 88 ghats around Varanasi.Each one has its own story, few are cursed and few are celebrated.When Parvati died, different parts of her body flung to different places in India.Her earrings fell in the present day Manikarnika ghat.One of the brahmin member kept this earring.When Shiva found out this he cursed the family and decreed that they will become the lowest of the untouchables.This is the story of Dom Raja,the descendants still doing the job of burning the bodies and living the life of untouchables....
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Best Cities To Visit: Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Frankfurt and Dresden Best Sights In Germany: Berlin's Brandenburg Gate, National Park of Schwarzwald or 'Black Forest', The Staatliche Kunstsammlungen (or Dresden art collections), The Berlin Wall, Neuschwanstein Castle (the ultimate fairytale castle), Miniatur Wunderland and the Historic Port of Hamburg, Rhine Valley, The Island of Rügen, Insel Mainau: the Flower Island of Lake Constance and Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom) Berlin's Brandenburg Gate....
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Reis Magos Fort ~ the hidden gem of Goa
The pavement is dotted with inscriptions, the most important of which, found in the sanctuary, indicated the spot enclosing the remains of Dom Luís de Ataíde, Count of Athoughia, who twice held the position of Viceroy of Portuguese India and Goa.It was used as a residence for viceroys and later converted to a fortress....
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Banaras – It's Way Beyond Just Being The Holy Pilgrimage Place Of India
Take a pleasing walk around the palace and enjoy luxurious treatment at the palace Image Credits: www.tajhotels.com Things to do in Banaras apart from witnessing Ganga Aarti Pontoon Bridge - An enrapturing ride on a bridge constructed upon a base of numerous floating drums You must have explored a serene ride in a boat at Ganga Ghat but have you ever explored a ride at Pontoon Bridge which connects Banaras and Ramnagar which will make you feel amazed with its scenic view of Ganga River Image Credits: www.Flickr.com Have a glass of Bhang Thandai – caution (Try only if you are in a group) Try finger licking Tamater Chaat and Kachori at Dina Chaat wala Take a sip of Kulhad waali Chai at Ganga Ghat Buy some colourful bangles from Dal Mandi Market which is extremely crowded so take a step at your own risk Image Credits: Sharul Hafiz Love handicrafts and junk ornaments then do not forget to explore market while going down towards Ganga Ghat Discover the other side of Ganga where cremation ceremony takes places and meet Dom (Aghori Saadhus) That does not mean you should miss beautiful Ganga Aarti I have grown up visiting Banaras and with every growing year I have seen this city in my own perspective which is far away from prayers, temples and Ghats....