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Thursday, July 13,  2006


 Tourism Articles


 From July 07,  2006 - July 13, 2006

On My Own Trip

Travel only with thy equals or thy betters; if there are none, travel alone — The Dhammapada

An Eco Resort

Our Native Village, an eco resort on a three-acre farm, has recently opened on the outskirts of Bangalore, near Hesaraghatta.

Nature’s Fury In Himachal

Incessant heavy rain over the past 24 hours caused flash floods in several tributaries of the Sutlej.

A Walk On The Wild Side

The pains of trekking in Sikkim are worth the effort to see the Kanchenjunga. A few log huts separated by a narrow stream, that's all there is at Dzongri.

Varanasi To Offer ‘Moksh Tourism’

Varanasi, the city of ghats, is gearing up to welcome a new brand of tourists — the moksh tourists.

Project To Illuminate Historical Monuments In Fort Kochi

Project estimated to cost Rs.1 crore submitted to the Department of Tourism

Soni Boost To Tea Tourism

The Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee government’s plans to revive tea tourism in north Bengal, turned down twice by the Centre earlier, got a fillip today with the promise of full support from tourism minister Ambika Soni.

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