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jyotika purwar
Thrillseeker, adventurer and a damn good cook
Thrillseeker, adventurer and a damn good cook

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I still have a valid visa for Peru. Why not!

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Craving Kebabs?

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My Essential Budapest 15 Things to do
Budapest is one of the largest cities of Central Europe. Perched on the banks of the river Danube, Budapest was once two cities- Buda and Pest on either side of the Danube. Budapest's history can be traced as far back as 1AD where it was part of the ancient...

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Things to do with Thandai powder
Come spring, every year around holi, mom and I prepare a huge batch of Thandai powder. Thandai by definition is something cooling. Its a mixture of ingredients that help you replenish your salts and sugars after a hot day in the sun. Two things that I enjoy...

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In Search for Bawa
Can the identity
of a country be tied to one individual? For me Sri Lanka was always about  Geoffrey
Bawa . Since my first few days as a young design student- I spent
hours pouring over books on Geoffrey Bawa's work in Sri Lanka. I was amazed at
his underst...

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Eating my way through a German Christmas
People always talk about traveling to Europe in the summer and I wouldn't have it otherwise. Leave the sweaty awful Mumbai heat and get away to lush mountainous next to perfect weather Europe with green meadows and lakes. The winter on the other hand is bru...

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Breaking bread & Happy Thanksgiving!
This post is way overdue. But it is such a treat. Every thanksgiving I make a mental note of all the people and things I am thankful for in my life. My family, friends, people I meet, my little doggy Walter and all the lovely experiences and of course all t...

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Recipe for the Perfect Vacation: Part 2- Sofitel Angkor in Siem Reap & The Tombraiders
Just once in a while you DO get to fulfill your dreams that
sometime seem further and far from becoming reality. A trip to Cambodia always
felt like that. Despite its tumultuous past, there was no doubt in my mind that
I wanted to see the massive temple com...

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