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Arriving at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport 101 travel tips to India

Arriving at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport

Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi will perhaps be the entry point for most foreign travellers to India. I have always wondered why this airport was not named after Mahatma Gandhi since he is considered as the father of the nation. Anyway, from a personal point of view, this is the worst International airport I […]

101 travel tips to India

India is a place that can capture your heart, no wonder tourists come back for more. India is a hectic, daunting place with overcrowded bazaars, noisy music, pungent spices, dusty roads, cow dung on the streets; a mesmerizing place that will make you addicted to this amazing country. It will cast a spell that few […]

Essential Hindi Words And Phrases For Travelers To India now in paperback

Essential Hindi Words And Phrases For Travelers To India now in paperback

My Hindi book “Essential Hindi Words And Phrases For Travelers To India” is now available in paperback. As mentioned before, it contains important Hindi words, phrases and sentences a traveler might want to use whilst their stay in India. In addition, the book also contains conversational Hindi, a traveler will need to get most of their work done and understood without much hassle. Read More…

Try chaat, India’s most popular street food

Try chaat, India’s most popular street food

If your stomach is strong enough, I suggest trying out India’s most famous street dish called the “chaat”. This particular dish is so popular that most of us Indians will walk out of the house just to have a plate of chaat from the local street vendor. Most Indian localities will have one of these street food carts. As you can see below, the chaat is made of chickpeas with chillies and other hot spices. You think of a spice and it’s in it. The brown sauce running down the yoghurt is tamarind sauce, the classic ingredient of chaat that gives it that tangy taste. It will also have dried ginger and pepper, coriander leaves, onions, dried noodles, and aloo tikkis or samosas. If you love Indian food, you’ll love the chaat.

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Maha Kumbha Mela 2013 – Where Chaos Meets Peace Part 2

Maha Kumbha Mela 2013 – Where Chaos Meets Peace Part 2

By Rishabh Oberoi

Namaste Beautiful people!! Looking for spirituality or answers to the secret of immortality? You are at the right place, at the right time!

Welcome to the second part of our Journey to Maha Kumbha Mela 2013 – Where Chaos Meets Peace. If you guys remember the first part you know what we bunch of nomads are up to, but if you don’t or haven’t even read about Kumbha mela ever before please visit us here.

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How to start a travel blog and make money eBook

How to start a travel blog and make money eBook

Most people love to travel or go on holiday. Many of these travellers and holidaymakers are able to showcase their travels and their holiday pictures to the world through their blogs. They are able to publish their itineraries, their photos, videos, travel tips and so on for the world to see. Some are able to make money from it and some are even able to fund their travels from the money they earn. Read More…

My top 8 unforgettable moments in India

My top 8 unforgettable moments in India

Manuela, my friend from Colombia describes some of her best moments of her stay in India. Those who don’t remember who Manuela is, well she’s a girl from Colombia who decided that she wanted to live in India. You can read about her arrival here and about her adventures in Chandigarh. Read More…

Indian chai at the roadside

Indian chai at the roadside

We Indians don’t just love tea, we adore it. Not a day goes by where we would not down few cups of tea down our throats. We just have to have it. So, if you love tea then you are going to love India too. Read More…

Interview with Alexandra Kovacova of crazysexyfuntraveler

Interview with Alexandra Kovacova of crazysexyfuntraveler

I am a fan of Alexandra Kovacova of crazysexyfuntraveler.com. She has been travelling as a child and she has covered many countries around the world. Although she has not visited India like some of my other interviewees yet, she says she will visit the country very soon. Read her interview here. Read More…

Payal – A beautiful piece of Jewelry from India

Payal – A beautiful piece of Jewelry from India

Indian civilization is thousands of years old and one unique feature about Indian civilization is that art and culture are so intervened with the day to day life that it is difficult to separate them. In India be it the holy temples or the day to day clothes and jewelry everything, is a shining example of art in day to day life. In this post I want to talk about the very special piece of jewelry worn by Indian women. Read More…

Essential Hindi words and phrases for travelers to India ebook

Essential Hindi words and phrases for travelers to India ebook

Those traveling around the world know the drawbacks of not knowing the local language hence I had recorded the most common Hindi words and phrases here for those visiting India. I have now gone a little further and decided to list some of the most important Hindi words, phrases and conversation in an ebook format. Read More…

Interview with travelers Samantha and Yeison of mytanfeet

Interview with travelers Samantha and Yeison of mytanfeet

I would like to introduce Samantha and Yeison of mytanfeet.com. I have been following their blog and have been impressed by the interesting stories of their travels. Here’s their interview.

Who are you?

We are Samantha and Yeison, a couple living in the North Pacific coast of Costa Rica. We were long distance for 2 years and then Samantha moved to Costa Rica last year and travel has always been a theme for our relationship. Read More…

Things you wanted do know when visiting an Indian home for dinner

Things you wanted do know when visiting an Indian home for dinner

Visiting India will not be complete without visiting an Indian home. If you intend to visit India and planning to visit someone at their home then here are some do’s and don’ts.

Clothes

If you are a woman then try to dress modestly unless you are going to a rave party in Mumbai. Most Indians are conservative by western standards and they might be offended if they see you in revealing clothes. Why not impress them and wear a salwar kameez. If you really wanted to flatter them then you can wear the saree. Here’s how to wear the saree. Read More…