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Thursday, September 21,  2006


 Tourism Articles


 From September 15,  2006 - September 21, 2006

Medical Tourism And Its Side-Effects

India may be a destination for medical care-seekers from abroad, but where will that leave domestic patients?

Move For Adventure Tourism In Chuttipara Evokes Protest

District Tourism Promotion Council authorities deny the allegation.

Jumbos’ Day Out

Dasara jumbos are working hard to ensure that we have a good time. Praveen Kulkarni is fascinated by the strict regimen followed by these jumbos.

History Of Jainism Revisited In Bihar

B V Prakash makes an exciting trip to Rajgir one of three places that form ‘The golden triangle of Bihar,’ where a pair of caverns lie cut out from reddish pink rock. One of them has the marking of a door where king Bimbisara’s treasure is believed . . .

Another Feather In Kerala Tourism's Cap

The "Honorouble Mention" award that the renovated Arakkal Palace here has won from the UNESCO in its announcement of its Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for 2006 is seen as a recognition of the efforts by the Department of Archaeology and . . .

Twin Temples Of Gandharadi

Located 14 km from Boudh, the district headquarters of Boudharaj in Orissa, are the twin temples of Gandharadi. Dedicated to Siddhesvar Shiva and Nilamadhava Vishnu, respectively, they hold great significance when it comes to temple architecture.

Peak Season

Just six nights in Switzerland?” asked an incredulous husband who had lived and worked in the picturesque country for two years. Well it had to be just that since our good friends from Mumbai had initiated the package tour and having them for company . .

Where The Past Still Lives

It is very difficult to escape the past in Mussoorie, pervaded by a genteel colonial air.

Crossroads Of Celtic Culture

The open air ruins of Celtic monastic settlement of Clonmacnoise in Central Ireland is a spectacular heritage site.

Cool Fare

Here's a new holiday offer.

Tourism Project At Mangalam Dam

The State Government has given the sanction for a new tourism project at Mangalam dam, a continuation of the famous Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, 35 km from Palakkad town.

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