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One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” These are Virginia Woolf’s ‘oh so true’ words and one thing to add form our side would be that one neither can travel well if one has not dined well! Food and traveling are inseparable. You…

WE GO NUTS…OVER COCONUTS! DRINK COCONUT WATER – STAY HEALTHY! You will see them in every corner of India on your tour. Simple wooden carts filled with green coconuts…or just humungous piles of coconuts being directly on the ground. At first you may ask is it safe? Is it hygienic?…

Is mango a superfood ? Read the article and get to know all mango health benefits while first time travel in India . Bring the basket of mangoes to your beloved ones and show them the sign of friendship…Delightful Indian monsoon time!!! You can enjoy fresh rains, green nature, waterish…

INDIAN SWEETS     You ask an Indian for directions and they will make sure you reach where you intended to. Those who have experienced it know what we are talking about. Ever wonder where this sweetness comes from? The answer is SWEETS! The fact that India is probably the best…

Indian Curries Indian Food is incomplete without Curries. Dipping a piece of bread in the curry and loading it with a chunk of Chicken or Paneer sends the tastebuds on a roller-coaster ride. It is an indispensible part of Indian cuisines. The spark of Indian spices, delicate consistencies, profound flavors…

Bhang Lassi or Thandai – The Indian Way of Consuming Cannabis What is Bhang? Although the term “Bhang” has been used synonymously with marijuana, Bhang is in fact an Indian preparation made out of raw marijuana leaves and flowers. Traditionally, bhang is consumed for its intoxicating effects and relevance in…

What to eat on the street? 10 best Indian street food options! Street food is sold in streets, markets and everywhere where the vendor can access with his portable stall…But what to eat exactly? We are here to help you to make your choice! Indian streets are very famous for…

DRINK COCONUT WATER – STAY HEALTHY! You will see them in every corner of India on your tour. Simple wooden carts filled with green coconuts…or just humungous piles of coconuts being directly on the ground. At first you may ask is it safe? Is it hygienic? Can I try it…