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Himalayan Sojourn- 11
My favourite is the Agra fort. We had to first walk over a long ramp. It seems this ramp was built to discourage enemy forces from coming up the fort. If some forces tried, the guards would roll down large rocks down the ramp. Wonder where they kept the rocks handy says Sita Krishnamurthy... more
Yatra.com launches TVCampaign
Yatra.com, one of India’s leading online travel portals has launched their new TVCampaign (TVC). The latest TVC aims to create awareness amongst customer’s about the wide array of choices for hotel bookings... more
Yatra.com pays for your next trip with eCash
Yatra.com, one of India’s leading online travel portals, launches India’s most lucrative and customer friendly loyalty rewards program.... more
Yatra.com ‘s gifts to travelers
When you book with Yatra.com’s mobile app, travellers now also get rewarded with complimentary lounge access at Delhi, Bengaluru and Hyderabad airports... more
Himalayan sojourn- 10
The Dharamshala had a lot of hawkers at its gate who sold everything from wrist watches to hairpins. Our shopaholics had a whale of a time buying up and adding to their collection. The watches which were touted as ‘gold-plated’ were being sold at Rs.50 each says Sita Krishamurthy... more
Qatar Airways releases photos of AIRBUS A350 XWB
Qatar Airways, the launch customer of the Airbus A350 Xtra Wide Body aircraft is set to receive its first delivery before the end of this year.... more
Nanganallur’s vanishing temple tank
A huge water body amidst a busy market and high rise buildings was a boon to Nanganallur. It is an important landmark in this temple town. Adjoining the Ardhaneeswrar temple this water body is sacred for several reasons... more
Triplicane
As we stroll around Zam Bazaar we bump into a mosque called Big Mosque. One of the most beautiful mosques in the city it was constructed in 1795. One of the historical monuments of Chennai it is also called Wallajah mosque... more
 
 
 
 
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