Wondrous Taj Mahal at Agra

Taj mahal, Agra, India

A blue sky cuddled the cloudlike Taj Mahal. Smartly turned out guides led tourists around Emperor Shah Jahan’s success in immortalizing his love for his queen Mumtaz Mahal. Well of course, the edifice commemorates love. It is also a synonym of

11 June, 2008 | Views: 6471

Srimad Bhagwad Gita - The greatest psychiatrist speaks to all Arjuns

Gita is a dialogue between Krishna and Arjun, at the onset of battle at Kurukshetra. The act of a sheperd, a teacher to bring his sheep, his student on the right track. The most powerful component in any battle, or day to day life, is not the

10 June, 2008 | Views: 7884


Back to nature for natural health

We are a hygiene and health conscious society, increasingly depending on packaged foods, mineral water and aerated drinks. Well, what of it? Is health by our side now? Juices in tetrapak, water treated by reverse osmosis, and the rest of our health

10 June, 2008 | Views: 4399


Hill trains of India - Riding high

North East, Ride in the hills

Trains through the Swiss Alps can wait awhile as travellers take joy rides on toy trains across the picturesque Indian terrain. Darjeeling Himalayan Railway (DHR), a UNESCO World Heritage Site was an engineering marvel on a 2 ft

03 June, 2008 | Views: 21910

Vrindavan celebrates the season of love

Jaipur temple, Vrindavan, India

Vrindavan’s festival calendar keeps busy. In the township where God came to love and be loved as Sri Radha-Krishna, the season of love never ends. It may be the peak of summer, but Vrindavan is as popular a destination as ever.

02 June, 2008 | Views: 23290



Magic of Spring

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