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Anil Yadav
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Love to travel and explore the unexplored.
Love to travel and explore the unexplored.

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VFS Global -- a Kafkaesk nightmare
Passport to travel I belong to the elite club of JNU professors. We think the world of ourselves. We are waiting for a revolution, just as the Jews wait for their Messiah. Once in a while we are forced to venture out of the self-sufficient campus establish...

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Food Review: Amritsari Kulche at Breakfast Point
Amritsari Kulche with Chole and Tamarind Chutney Chole-Kulche is a popular fast food in the northern parts of India and is available at every nook and corner is most towns and cities. Most of the Kulchas (flatbread made of maida) though are made of maida (w...

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Places to visit in Delhi: Safdarjung Tomb
Safdarjung Tomb viewed from the arch of  the entrance gate The Safdarjung Tomb could be considered as the ‘last flicker of the lamp of Mughal architecture’ in Delhi. Though on a smaller scale, compared to the grandeur of the Humayun’s Tomb , it is still no ...

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Places to Visit in Delhi: Qutub Minar, Alai Minar and the Iron Pillar
I have been to the magnificent Qutub Minar a few times. Recently I visited Qutub Minar with a Dutch friend and a German. Actually the area is not only about the Qutub Minar but there are several monuments within the same complex like the Alai Minar, the Ir...

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Baru Sahib in Sirmaur, Himachal
Gurudwara Baru Sahib, Sirmaur On the Solan to Nahan road hidden deep in the Sirmaur valley of Himachal Pradesh lies Baru Sahib. I had heard of it when I had gone to Rajgarh in 2008 but due to time constraint could not go that time. But this time I decided t...

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Hidden Himachal: Rajgarh
There are so many places in Himachal that the mainstream tourists do not visit or are not aware of. Sheeps & Goats grazing in the fog covered forests near Rajgarh One such place is Rajgarh, a small town located at an altitude of 1555 metres in the Sirmaur d...

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Jaggo – a Punjabi wedding tradition
Punjab has several rituals cum celebrations that take place pre and post wedding. These may be shared functions or they take place either at the bride’s or the groom’s home. The start of the Jaggo ceremony Some of these functions are the Rokka, Mangni, Saga...

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