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Rajeshwar Dayal Mathur
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Retired Banker. Blogger, Photographer. Food freak.
Retired Banker. Blogger, Photographer. Food freak.

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While driving to Punaka from Thimpu, we briefly stopped at Dochula Pass.  It was a foggy morning that day but after a while the sky cleared up and we got a magnificent view of the Himalayas particularly Mount Masanggang, the highest peak in Bhutan. We…

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His Eminent Trizin Tsering Rinpoche initiated the erection of World’s largest Buddha statue to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Bhutanese monarchy and celebrate the 4th King Jigme Singye Wangchuck. The place chosen was Kuensel Phodrang in the…

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Travellers to Bhutan are often confused to see phallus painted on the outer walls of the houses or wooden phallus hanging or nailed on top of the front door. I was also amused to see this and decided to find out why.   I found out that this tradition…

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  Bhutan has been on my bucket list for a long time, so when I heard that my friends were planning a trip, I tagged along. I am so glad that I did because Bhutan is so beautiful, green, disciplined and has low population density, making it an ideal place…

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Melbourne is a beautiful city and has been rated as the most livable city for six consecutive years. The main business district in heart of town is called the CBD or the Central Business District. South of this suburb, 1 km down, lies the urban suburb…

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    Yes, absolutely, if you have never been to Brunetti you don’t know what you have missed in sweeter things in life. Whenever I am in Melbourne, I have to make at least one visit to this iconic shop on Lygon Street. History The history of Brunetti…

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