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20 Things to know as an Indian before planning your Bhutan Itinerary

Bhutan, one of the neighbouring countries of India lying towards the eastern part of the Himalayas is all about its beautiful valleys, high mountains, twisted roads, rich cultural heritage, religion, tradition and royalty. Many Indian states like West Bengal, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim borders India and Bhutan. It is also called as “The Land…

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A day well spent at The Royal City Cooch Behar

As you have already read that we went for a road trip to Dooars North Bengal last December, if you haven’t read it yet, HERE is the link for you. On way back from Dooars we decided to visit the royal city Cooch Behar as it comes on way. These are sudden decisions we take…

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Top 7 places in India I visited in 2017 – a short travel review

2017 has been one of the most amazing years, in terms of travelling and also my passion for blogging. I travelled to some of the most beautiful places of our country, explored some exotic destination in North East India where I stay. Also I learnt a lot about blogging from my blogging coach. It was…

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An Epic Roadtrip to Dooars in West Bengal from Guwahati

“Dooars” which also means Doors because there are in total 18 passages to enter Bhutan from India. Enchanting long strech of forests, tea gardens, rivers which mostly flows from Bhutan to Bangladesh,its wildlife, flora, everything is captivating enough to make it most sought for tourist destination in Eastern India. Lying on the foothills of Himalayas,…

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DARJEELING JATRA- PART 2

Hello, lovely readers, hope you found the first part of my Darjeeling Jatra helpful. I also want to hear your experiences if you have visited Darjeeling. Feel free to drop in your memories here. So without much blabbering let’s begin right away with the continuation of my DAY 2 tour of Darjeeling. The next tourist…

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DARJEELING JATRA – PART 1

A big hello to all my lovely readers. I am back after quite a long time, I was really busy with Durga Puja celebrations. It is one of the most celebrated festival and being a hardcore Bengali I keep on waiting for this festival through the whole year. Ok so coming back to this post,…

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