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Chitra Ramaswamy

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Scintillating cascades of the Great Falls

7 Sep 2019 11:38 AM GMT
Spread across Maryland and Virginia, the Great Falls are picturesque, wild and rugged – falling off steep cliffs from several feet above, the gushing water will keep your adrenaline pumping

Hanoi: Of timeless charm

18 May 2019 1:55 PM GMT
Historic with a blend of the modern, Hanoi is timeless in its aura that has enchanted many a traveller from across Europe & Asia

Coorg: The Scotland of India

9 Feb 2019 2:52 PM GMT
With a perpetually misty landscape, Coorg is an ideal place to unwind amid lush mountains while soaking in the pleasant aroma of fresh coffee

Chennai To Bishnupur: An Enchanting Odyssey

5 Jan 2019 2:34 PM GMT
The journey from Chennai to Bengal takes one through quaint temple towns to ultimately end at the bastion of crafted architectural marvels – Bishnupur

Enroute Kannur

1 Dec 2018 1:32 PM GMT
Made of exquisite temples, pristine beaches and a bustling folk tradition – Kannur is a southern delight with historic linkages to explorers from many centuries ago

Bintan: An island for every season & reason

18 Aug 2018 1:45 PM GMT
Bintan, in shades of blue and green, is an exquisite region with untarnished beauty, hosting delicate flora, delectable cuisine and resorts that cocoon comfort and well-being.

Konaseema: A beauty waiting to be explored

28 April 2018 3:05 PM GMT
Nestling in Andhra Pradesh, Konaseema is an unexpected treat–replete with lush landscapes, intricate temple structures and the eternal serenity of the sinuous Godavari.

Allure of Jamnagar

9 Dec 2017 3:52 PM GMT
The Bala Hanuman Temple had made its way into the Guinness World Records with the non-stop recital of Ram naam or Akhand Ram Dhun that began on August 1, 1964, when it was inaugurated, writes Chitra Ramaswamy.

Patan's Patola A Labour of Love

8 April 2017 2:19 PM GMT
A patola sari is a lifetime investment that endures for over 100 years! Besides the unique feature of the double ikat weave, the finished cloth is identical on the obverse and reserv

Rendezvous with Karnataka's Jaina Trail

18 Feb 2017 3:48 PM GMT
The more I see, the more I'm fascinated with temple architecture in India. This urge has been fuelled manifold since our taking up residence in...

Gingee fort the Imposing Ruins

23 Oct 2016 5:10 PM GMT
I had wheels for feet and hibernated for too long, thanks to the irksome Chennai weather and lack of appropriate company to go on a jaunt. The travel...

Modhera Sun Temple Poem Without Words

14 Feb 2016 7:27 PM GMT
A wintry January dawn sun streaks the sky in pastel shades as we embark on our drive out of Ahmadabad. We are on our way to Modhera, 102 kms north of...
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