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anisha jain
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Discover yourself as you discover the world..
Discover yourself as you discover the world..

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Himachal is so pure so beautiful, I can always hear it calling me over and over and I just can't resist😀😍😍
For himachal trip of 2018...
Stay tuned!!😎🤗

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#cravetoexplore #travelingindia #goal2018 #lovehimachal #peacefultraveling #IncredibleIndia

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Planning a one-day weekend trip near Pune? You are at the right place. I have visited Khadakwasla more than ten times and it is still one of the best weekend getaway from Pune. Whether you are planning to visit with your friends, family or your loved…

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Being a traveler and having a passion for experiencing everything, I always have a craving to taste every culture and Vijayanagara Empire has always been fascinating when it comes to knowing about the royal times of India. Hampi is a mystical village in…

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December has always been the holiday month with freezing and positive vibes. People are busy thinking about their New Year resolutions, spending time with friends and family, celebrating winters, shopping on discounted prices, and making plans to visit…

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Delhi to Sangla Valley and Chitkul – Tragic but totally worth it! Our trip to Kinnaur Valley started with the tragedies of metro train breakdown in Delhi. Moving ahead, our bus (Delhi to Shimla) broke down just before 80kms before Shimla. After waiting…

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Sangla Valley, a small yet beautiful village located in the Kinnaur valley. It is also known as Baspa Valley as the Baspa river flows through the valley. You can see a lot of apple farms all around the village. People here are very nice and have a big…

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Chitkul, a small village deep in the Kinnaur Valley, but definitely… not less than a heaven. It is indeed one of my favorite places in India. Have you been to Chitkul? If yes, you must very well know about the mesmerizing beauty of this last inhabited…

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