Amazing Facts & Travel News

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Our little planet Earth has big secrets, multiple folklores and an endless stream of amazing facts and unheard news. In this section, we bring you travel news and amazing facts not only about India, but several destinations of the world in the form of articles, blogs and news. It is our endeavor to bring before you the unusual and intriguing facts you most probably did not know. Let us learn together about the striking traditions, bizzare eating habits, unusual religious beliefs, atypical ecosystems and unique lifestyles that make this small orb, the most exceptional planet in our solar system.

One-Year-Old Star Tiger, Nawab Dies in Corbett National Park

The beloved tiger, Nawab is no more; in a territorial fight in the Dhikala Zone of Corbett National Park, this much-loved tiger lost his life. Nawab was only a year old and on Monday, May 28, the young tiger got into..

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Indian Tourism awarded the ‘Best Exhibitor Award’ at ITB World Tourist Meet, Berlin

India once again proved to be an incredible country by winning the ‘Best Exhibitor Award’ at ITB (Internationale Tourismus-Borse) Berlin, Germany. This annual award function is an important World Tourist Meet for all tourism sectors worldwide and this year, the met..

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Female Sloth Bear’s Fight with a Tiger in Tadoba Tells So Much About Motherhood

A recently viral footage of a female sloth bear fighting with a Royal Bengal Tiger just made us realize the power of motherhood. The video that came from India’s popular national park, Tadoba showed a 15-minute brawl between the two large..

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5 Prominent Indian States Well-Known for their Customs & Costumes

India’s rich cultural diversity is probably the greatest gift that God has ever given to mankind. Accurately mirrored in a vast spectrum of customs and costumes, India’s rich heritage has been aptly visualized by the bard and Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore..

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Govt Launches User-Friendly e-FRRO Service for Foreign Tourists

Looks like digitalization in India has got another face-lift with the recent launch of e-FRRO (Foreigners Regional Registration Office) to provide ease to the foreign travellers visiting India. With the introduction of this new online process by the central government on..

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Canadian Prime Minister Makes His First Official Visit to India

Setting his foot in the city which is renowned as the home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Canadian Prime Minister on his first day of Official tour to India, spent some fun time with his family adoring the pearly..

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Bollywood and International Film Industry Eyeing Assam for Shooting Location

First, it was Priyanka Chopra and now the producers from London UK Films who have willingly taken the responsibility of showcasing the rich culture and heritage of Assam. We all remember watching the you-blink-you-miss Assam Tourism commercial that featured Priyanka Chopra..

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Uttarakhand Village Tourism Based Tableau Secures a Spot in R-Day Parade in Delhi

In a recent decision by Defence Ministry, the state of Uttarakhand will get yet another opportunity to display its diversity in the form of a tableau in the Republic Day’s parade in Delhi. It is the 10th time in its 18..

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Goa Has a Treat for Bird Lovers with its 2nd Edition of Bird Festival this Jan

After a successful 1st Edition of Bird Festival in 2016, Goa is all set to host the 2nd Edition of the festival for the bird lovers. This popular tourist destination in India will be organizing the event in Cotegaon Wildlife Sanctuary..

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India’s Ancient Kumbh Mela Recognised as Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO

Photo Credit: Daniel Berehulak The age-old religious fair of Kumbh in India has been enlisted in UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage. This India’s most popular fair was inscribed on the Representative List by Intergovernment Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural..

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