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#BookReview – The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein

I had been seeing too many posts on my timeline about this book – The art of racing in the rain, that I just had to pick it up. Moreover the cute little dog on the cover was hard to resist. I have read this book in response to the WriteTribe reading challenge prompt: An… Read More #BookReview – The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein

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#BookReview – One Half from the East by Nadia Hashimi

Book Review of a book by Nadia Hashimi and set in Afghanistan and explores the concept of Bacha posh where a pre teen girl is dressed up as a boy and taught to be one too.… Read More #BookReview – One Half from the East by Nadia Hashimi

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#Travel – A visit to the Dadar flower market in Mumbai

Visiting the Dadar flower market in Mumbai was very high on my agenda and when the opportunity came, I was up at 5 am to reach as early as possible. … Read More #Travel – A visit to the Dadar flower market in Mumbai

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#TravelReview – Backpacking it Kung Fu Panda style

When I was approached by Backpacker Panda hostels to stay with them and review the experience on my travel blog, I was excited but apprehensive too. Read on why and how did it actually turn out for me!… Read More #TravelReview – Backpacking it Kung Fu Panda style

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Save the Aravali Bio Diversity Park in Gurugram

The Aravali bio-diversity park is situated right at the entrance of Gurgaon from New Delhi on the MG road; Guru Dronacharya is the nearest metro station. This 600 acre site was once a mining and quarrying site in the 1990s and was converted to a mini forest by careful ecological conservation by a group of… Read More Save the Aravali Bio Diversity Park in Gurugram

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[M] Mother India Temple in Benares |#atozchallenge 2017|

The holy city of Benares seems to be teeming with gazillions of temples; in fact there seems to be a temple for any and every excuse and on every street corner and entry of buildings. When I first landed in the city in December 2013, that was my impression, apart from the filth, stench and… Read More [M] Mother India Temple in Benares |#atozchallenge 2017|