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When it comes to the question of health benefits and remedies associated with “Ayurveda” nobody can point out the authenticity of this naturalistic practice. It’s a 5000 years old gift from Vedic Era to the world of medical science blossomed on the…
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Couldn't get chance to explore the history behind #SardarMahal near #CharMinar, #Hyderabad or better to say I couldn't dare to scout around maximum in scorching temperature of 49°. Would like to play with my luck next time. #incredibleindia #travelblogger
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#Nature at its best. Loved the #music of flowing water, loved nature's serenity at #manali #incredibleindia #river #himalayas
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"If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere".-- Vincent Van Gogh

By agreeing with the saying we must admire woods, greens & colors that adorns our nature and here in village Karjan near Manali you'll definitely fall in love with such blissful moments of life. #flowers #manali #himachal #nature #blossom #bloom #petal #himachalpradesh
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The Stongdey Gustor festival is an annual festival at Stongdey monastery near Padum in Zanskar region of India. Visited by all nearby villages and people like us from far off lands, the festival is an incredible mix of cultural acts and religious rituals. The colorful robes and scary masks add to the aura. Read our continuing journey - day 5 of Zanskar odyssey

#fairytaleoftheday #fairytalestudios #travelblog #travelogue #photoblog #culture #festival #celebration #monastery #stongdey #zanskar #padum #kashmir #india #buddhist
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This is the story of my adventure in the Addo Elephant National Park, the third largest park in South Africa
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