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MANGO PEOPLE – THE STATE OF RAJASTHAN
Although the glamour of clay-art now rests with the ceramic pottery serving the high-end city clientele, here still the artisans etch myths and modernity on clay tiles and tell stories – yes, the tales of valor, of love, of kingship and kinship, of village life, of planes taking off to the sky, of cellular phone taking over the village lives....
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Bishnupur- City of Temples
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Durga Puja - A Festival Carnival of kolkata!!!
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Making of GODs - Idols making In Chitranjan Park
Magnificent earth pyramids
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A notepad and Kumartuli
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Toy Train fare Diesel Engine Rides: Rs. 800 (All first class seats) Steam Engine Rides: Rs. 1,300 (All first class seats) • Watch them make their first pot in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh Watch in amazement as your children learn how to mould chunks of clay into artistic pieces at the Andretta Pottery and Craft Society, run by Mansimran Singh – a passionate potter dedicated to the cause of resuscitating this form of art in India....
The Heritage City of Nepal: Bhaktapur
Lisbon: Shop, eat, travel
The Almighty - Jog falls
Exploring Calcutta :- Solo
Menchukha : An untouched valley for the adventurous and nature-lover
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Kumartuli: A Walk Through A Cultural Precincts of Kolkata
Fujairah – the land of mountains, forts, and beaches.
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A visit to Bhau Daji Lad Museum
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A Rendezvous with North Kolkata
To Triund through a hailstorm
Delhi to Varanasi road trip
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Conversation At The Ruins - The Buddhist Circuit In Odisha
According to the inscriptions on clay tablets that were found during initial excavations at Ratnagiri in 1960s,this was a great center of learning for Tantric Buddhism and especially Vajrayana school.The clay tablets also mention it's name as 'Shri Ratnagiri Mahavihariya Arya Bhikshu Samaghya'.It was active between 5 th and 13 th century AD.Amid the scattered ruins at the hilltop are various votive stupas but it's the main monastery complex at the center which is miraculously preserved till date.The entrance gate to the main compound is made up of green chlorite stone with some intricate carvings which makes it distinct from other stones in the compound .As we stepped inside once again,stories ran in my head about monks and their activities that would have kept the place busy many centuries ago....
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Have A Drink In Scot(ch)land!
I can’t think of a more beautiful place to visit and explore in summer than Scotland During our restaurant years in Singapore( 2007-2011) we were lucky to get introduced to a gem of a Scotsman- Andrew (Skene) who introduced us to Single Malts and helped put together the ‘Scotch Corner’ in our restaurant( called ‘the Clay Oven & Scotch Corner’) Thus began our love for the dram- from pairing whiskies with kebabs and curries to hosting whisky tasting festivals & musical concerts ( notably with the Scottish band- ‘Red Hot Chilli Piper’) Our love affair with Whisky is sealed for life!...
Rural Bengal Closely
What was enchanting about the trip was that we, not only, got to the see the peaceful and serene surroundings of the place hidden away inside the humdrum of a developing state but also got to see from very close quarters the famous folk artists at the village of Charida- the Chhou dance artists who strive to make ends meet but create the most elaborate and exquisite masks out of simple things like clay, hay, sequins, wires, and paint....