Trips and Itineraries for Patna
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Bihar - land of peace and chaos
9 Unexpectedly Awesome Things To Do In Rishikesh
Ganges River Cruise: Experiencing the Heart of India
6 places i travelled to without actually travelling!
Bodh Gaya: Gateway to Buddhism
Bodh Gaya: Buddhism and beyond
My journey to understand the nation in 20 days.
Bigotry and Bihar: Experiencing Humanity In An Unexpected Land
India: Safari - You Don't See Tiger, Tiger Sees You!
It’s the city of enlightenment – BODH GAYA
A tryst to Bihar
Rishikesh- A melting pot of thrill and piety
Adventure trip to Rishikesh
15 days in a train
An essential guide to reach devkund waterfall for first timer in 300rs.
Kesaria, Bihar - the highest stupa of the world !!
Visit to North Bihar's Valmiki Tiger Reserve
Souvenirs From India: 29 Unique Collectables From The 29 Beautiful States Of India
Credits: Wikimedia Where to find: – Khetan market, Birla Mandir Road, Bakarganj, Patna – Patna market, near Gandhi Maidan, Ashok Rajpath, Patna • What to buy: Terracotta pottery and sculptures Terracotta pottery in the state of Chhattisgarh reflects the rituals and customs of tribal life and symbolises human emotions such as happiness, anger, sadness etc....
A Buddhist Pilgrimage for Happiness
Bodh Gaya - Doorway to Heaven
7 Unexplored Places in India You Need To Add To Your Travel Bucket List Right Now
Unexplored Kodagu - Mallalli Falls
Four Road-Trips That Will Take You To The Lesser-Explored Corners Of India
India Uninterrupted: The Unexplored North-East
Thanks papa, for making me a traveler
9 Enlightening Buddhist Towns In India To Head To For Some Meaningful Travel
Spend a pristine day in the heart of Bihar
Vaishali : The Cradle of Democracy
Rishikesh: Perfect weekend getaway from Delhi
5 Historical Places in India You Must Visit
Roopkund Trek - The mysterious skeleton lake
Travelling across India by rail
Varanasi: The oldest existing civilization
so, me and my friend pratheek, wanted to go to a place which is not generally visited by a lot of Indian youngsters. as i had read a lot about the Aghori sect, i wanted to go personally, and get to know more about them, which led to this whole adventure of ours. thankfully pratheek was the only one ready to come with me. so we dcided to take a train to varanasi. as there are not a lot of trains to varanasi itself, we had to board Sangamitra express which was from bangalore to patna, and we had to alight at Mugalsarai junction and go to varanasi from there. to our luck, the train in which we were travelling was a group of 14 people, everyone above the age of 50 were going on a pilgrimage to Varanasi. we started talking with them, and one Mr....