Exploring Safdarjung Tomb with Infinix Note 4

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Ever since I realized I have explored very little of my own neighbourhood, I have been trying to set it right. So, when I got a new phone, Infinix Note 4 to review, I decided to get out and explore, both the phone and a monument (Safdarjung Tomb)in my own vicinity. Metro is my preferred … Read more

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Sirpur- Ancient Heritage in a Sleepy Little Town

I saw Mr. Arun Kumar Sharma for first in the conference hall of the  Hiuen Tsang Resort in Sirpur. Looking at him I would have guessed that he must be in his sixties. When the MD Chhattisgarh Tourism, Mr. Santosh Misra, introduced him as the excavator of Sirpur, he added that Mr. Sharma was in … Read more

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Grand Palace Bangkok

The Grand Palace Bangkok is a prime tourist attraction. The palace was built in about 1782. However the current king does not reside here, but the palace is used for royal functions. However, in this post I am going to give you the true insight into how I approach history and monuments! If I research … Read more

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Amman Citadel, Jordan

This year starting from March till about now, I traveled a lot. When I traveled a lot I would crib because I was traveling too much, which would leave me very tired. Then for the past two weeks I have been at home. So, now I am getting nostalgic about traveling and then, you guessed … Read more

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Shaniwar Wada, Pune

Shaniwar Wada, Pune is said to be the most impressive mansion ever to be built by the Peshwas in the city. The foundation for the monument was laid down in 1720 by Bajirao I. Today is completely engulfed by the city! We tried to visit it on our first evening in Pune. I was with … Read more

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Of Pillars and Ancient Doorways

I visited Hauz Khas last year for the first time. Then I went back again in January and roamed around the ancient ruins. I liked this passage most from all the pictures I clicked. Hauz Khas Monument, New Delhi However it was not as quiet as the first picture will suggest. It was full of college going students … Read more

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