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Shruthi S U previously wrote for Nativepalnet

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Discovery Village At Nandi Hills

Discovery Village At Nandi Hills

 |  Friday, January 31, 2014, 17:56 [IST]
Located 62 km from the centre of Bangalore, the Discovery Village is a resort set amidst crystal clear water, misty hills and an aura of the ancient past. Imagine a cool breeze even in hot summer. This resort offers the most ...
Rameswaram, The Pilgrim Town!

Rameswaram, The Pilgrim Town!

 |  Wednesday, January 15, 2014, 17:41 [IST]
A pilgrim town both for the Shivites and Vaishnavities, Rameswaram is part of the legendary Pamban island. Lying at the tip of the Indian peninsula, Rameswaram is connected to India through the Pamban bridge and is the closest point to Sri ...
Resounding Monuments of Karnataka: Part 2

Resounding Monuments of Karnataka: Part 2

 |  Wednesday, October 16, 2013, 18:50 [IST]
We hope our previous article on the Monuments of Karnataka is still resounding in the depths of your being. This architectural treasure-hunt is a never ending process when it comes to Karanataka. Each monument, pillar, ceiling, relief, wall, tells a story ...
Char Dham Yatra – Proclaiming Charm!

Char Dham Yatra – Proclaiming Charm!

 |  Tuesday, October 15, 2013, 19:11 [IST]
The Char Dham Yatra - a journey through Badrinath, Rameshwaram, Dwarka, Puri - proclaims charm like no other! What Mecca is to Islam practitioners, the Char Dham Yatra is to Hindu practitioners. To embark on this incredible journey at least once ...
Mysore: One City, Many Wonders!

Mysore: One City, Many Wonders!

 |  Tuesday, October 08, 2013, 11:02 [IST]
Mysore is a city of many wonders - natural or otherwise. If you're planning a trip to Mysore this Dasara, here's a list of places you must visit! With tongas and palaces, Mysore recreates the old-world charm that you cannot probably ...
Mysore Dasara: One Event; Many Colours!

Mysore Dasara: One Event; Many Colours!

 |  Saturday, October 05, 2013, 13:09 [IST]
Mysore Dasara is an exhibition of colours. It has a tinge of the past and a hue of today. It is a celebration of a living dream - of the triumph of good over evil. The exaggerated processions, jittery people, royal ...
Wonders of Hyderabad

Wonders of Hyderabad

 |  Friday, September 27, 2013, 19:03 [IST]
With beautiful Arab gardens and Persian Architecture, Hyderabad till today reflects the aesthetics of the Nizams. Literally translated as the "abode of the lion", Hyderabad is truly a brave city with unparallaled architecture. Hyderabad was the last princely state to ...
Diu: Of Breezy Beaches!

Diu: Of Breezy Beaches!

 |  Thursday, September 26, 2013, 20:00 [IST]
The tiny island of Diu - known as the island of breeze, beauty and serenity is a favourite among tourists from India and abroad. With Portuguese invasions and English colonies, Diu has played an important part in colonial India. Everyone who ...
Buddhist Sites In and Around Vizag

Buddhist Sites In and Around Vizag

 |  Wednesday, September 25, 2013, 17:27 [IST]
Dating back to 2nd Century CE, Vishakapatnam or Vizag in Andhra Pradesh has been a lively base for Buddhist activities. The famous Buddhist sites in and around Vizag are known to have been part of the Kalinga territory when Emperor Ashoka ...
Matheran – A Muddy Spectacle!

Matheran – A Muddy Spectacle!

 |  Tuesday, September 17, 2013, 18:12 [IST]
A spellbinding hill station located in Mumbai, Matheran is an extension of the Sahyadri Ranges. Matheran is a lesser explored place by tourists coming outside the borders of Maharasthra. This zero-pollution zone is a must visit if you're in Mumbai or ...
India in Quotes...

India in Quotes...

 |  Saturday, September 14, 2013, 06:00 [IST]
Thousands visit India everyday and thousand others plan their trip to this land of diversities. It is truly a patriotic moment when Indians hear praises about their motherland in foreign tongue. Whether India is an "imagined community" or not; it sure ...
Manvi – A Travel Bricolage!

Manvi – A Travel Bricolage!

 |  Wednesday, September 11, 2013, 17:45 [IST]
Gramsci once said, every discourse is a bricolage! And so is this article (which doesn't quite naturally fall under the tag 'discourse'). Borrowing ideas from the postcolonial discourse of the role of the intellectual and from the not so post-colonial concern ...
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