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So I dance from one end to the other part of the Dandiya Raas on the occasion of the nine-day celebration of the Navratri festival. After each stride, I walk a step forward and play the game with a new man or a new woman. Since these are two opposing circles, I meet new people. Sometimes I exchange embarrassed or resolute looks with them. I bend down to the young children and then set me up again, to honor an elderly lady in the sari. #GplusNavratri
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The Ganesh Chaturthi festival in Goa was coming to an end like every year. Driving to the place all I could think about was that perhaps the celebration won't be as grand and elaborate as Mumbai. But suddenly I heard the majestic sound of the drums that took away the idea away from my head.

My foot had disappeared and the mud reached me above my ankle. I did not give much importance since all I wanted to do was to get to see the show. I wanted to be there as soon as possible. #GplusBappaMorya
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With its arsenal of shrines, temples, and palaces, India is one of the fascinating cities in the east. Among all the deities, Shani or Saturn is the most feared, but Indian literature also abounds with glorification that praises his power. In many different ages, both idol worshipers and adherents have erected buildings considered in their entirety as temples or so-called mandirs. The presence of the deity in the temple is believed to be a nexus of union between the divine and the human world and allowed the latter to relate to them through various rituals.

#Gplusoldisgold
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If you are still not very familiar with the flavors of Chandni Chowk, let me tell you in my blog the anecdotes of the street food available here, of what is known as Mughlai food that goes beyond the jalebi and the samosa. As evening dawns I tread to the Mughlai havens near Jama Masjid. I particularly like the chicken tikka masala immersed in a creamy sauce of red-orange flavored spices and for its intense flavor and soft fleshy texture. I also order a good portion of biryani, which absorbs and amplifies all the aromas in this dish. And here’s a little secret. I will try to explain how it's done.

#GplusIndianstreetfood
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In Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra, I met new people and a new group of friends, who were different from the friends that I have at home, who had another point of view on the journey of life. I tasted a cuisine different than mine with some of the foods for the first time, listened to new experiences and learned new ways of thinking. I'm sure that helped made these experiences so special as they were the wonderful people I met, with whom I shared moments of leisure and with whom I have always felt at ease. Read on #mytravelstory
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Those were moments of priceless ecstasy when over those small and sweet green mangoes, I put a pinch of black salt and chilli powder and ate during my school vacations after stealing some from gardens. After taking a bite of the fruit I had left between the teeth, a few drops of juice would run down the chin and while the clothes would be soiled, I would suck the seeds to make them stay white and I threw the seed on my own garden as I loved to see the purple leaves coming out of the newborn mango tree. And finally, during the months long after the good season, I would taste it as pickles carefully prepared by mom. #GPlusMangoMania
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Durga Puja festival is an explosion of colour, joy and gratitude, surrounding the worship of Durga and her victory over Mahishasura. In fact, visiting the pandal in recent years, one could say that the Durga puja is the largest outdoor art show in the world. In the nineties a large number of architectural models grew on the outer parts of the pandal, but today the architectural motifs also extend to the elaborate interiors, executed by skilled artists, with consistent stylistic elements, carefully executed and signed by the artist himself. Contemporary Subjects like the Titanic and Harry Potter also have been the subject of some pandals. #GplusArtWeek
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My favorite place to connect with nature is within the deep interiors of pure nature itself in the woods to listen to the meaning of my life. You can too!

#GplusEarthWeek
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Jaipur is a fascinating city, hectic in the sense Indian of the term and the perfect starting point for a trip to Rajasthan. To see then we visit the Amber fort, City Palace , Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar and the beautiful temples such as Govind Devji and Moti Doongri.

For lovers of shopping , also, Jaipur is a true paradise, with numerous bazaars where they sell traditional products in the purest style of crafts of Rajasthan. We visit the numerous big and small bazaars spread here and there and the Johari Bazar, famous for the jewelry and the cotton market.

Here the old men wear colorful turbans and the ladies wear colourful saris spreading the scent of jasmine, with the essence of life trapped between the future and the past.

#GplusWanderLustWeek
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Holi is one of those fleeting moments, like life itself when the country becomes colourful and come alive. We ran around after consuming sweetened drinks with friends with the raucous roar, the explosion of balloons and shouting holi hai.

#HoliHai2017
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