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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Why Is The Old Delhi Metro Station Also Called A ‘Time Machine’?

Situated 98 feet below the ground level, the Chawri Bazar metro station is an exclamation inducing part of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation. Adding...

A Visit To The Paradise On Earth, Remembering Kashmir Through A Picture Story

Disclaimer: Originally published in April 2017. It is being republished since it still remains an interesting topic till today.  Kashmir, a paradise on Earth is...

The Ancient Art Of Rogan Textiles From Kutch Is Dying, But It’s Too Precious...

Disclaimer: Originally published in February 2016. It is being republished since it still remains a relevant and interesting topic till today.  By Kshiteeja Tomar Dressed in...

Bikaner, The Land Of Bhujia And Rasgulla Midst The Sand Dunes In Rajasthan

Disclaimer: Originally published in April 2017. It is being republished since it still remains an interesting topic till today.  Midst the sand dunes of Jaisalmer...

This Airline To Be The First To Offer Inflight WiFi On Domestic Flights

WiFi’s in the air… This generation is restless, easily bored and it's a real ordeal when we have to sit for an hour without tapping...

In Pics: Temples In India With Unusual & Bizarre Practices

For most of us, the idea of a temple is pretty simple – a place of worship where devotees offer their prayers, wishing to...

In Pics: Enchanting Harry Potter Carnivals Around The World

Tired of waiting around for the Hogwarts letter to show up with your name on it? We have all been there. It’s tough to...

In Pics: Skeletons Dating Back To 850 AD In Roopkund Lake Intrigue Mystery Lovers...

Located at 16,470 feet, the Roopkund Lake- also known as the Mystery Lake or the Skeleton Lake is a high altitude glacier-fed lake in Uttarakhand, India. Although it...
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Things People Find Offensive Around The World, But Are Quite Normal In India

India is a funny state with a series of unnecessary bans. The strangest ban that I have come across is the ban on inviting...

LivED: My Solo Trip To Hampi, A Soulful Experience

Liv’ED It is an ED original style where we write about our personal experiences on experiencing and reviewing any app/place/website which gives us a...

Watch: 6 Tallest Skyscrapers In India You Didn’t Know Of!

India was recently categorized as a developed country by the United States. Amongst all the parameters surpassing the judgement criteria for a developed nation, a...

Watch: Kolkata’s Long Tradition Of Clay Idol-Making At Kumortuli, The Potter’s Lane

Durga Puja is a grand festival for Bengalis, especially in Kolkata. This grand event attracts people from all over the world, because...

‘Mobile Mosque’ – One Of The Highlights Of The Upcoming Olympics

The stage for the 2020 Olympics is set, and the preparations are in full swing. One of the highlights of this year’s Games set...

How My First Visit To Old Delhi Changed My Existing Perspective About The Place

My friends have always pulled my leg on the ‘alarming’ fact that I, having been a Delhiite since birth have NEVER visited Old...

SpiceJet’s Initiative Gets People To Cast Their Vote For Delhi Elections By Offering Free...

Every election is determined by people who can show up to vote at the polling booth.
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In Pics: Here Are Some Extreme Locations Of The World That Tourists Love

Travelling is one thing but to travel for the sake of an adrenaline rush is yet another! This is exactly what some of the...
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How IRCTC Was Forced To Retract Its Discriminatory Food Menu Replacing South Indian Dishes...

If you were to mess with a Malayali and his love for traditional Kerala food, you can be rest assured that all hell’s about...

Breakfast Babble: This Is How Hyderabad Has Become My Second Home!

Breakfast Babble: ED’s own little space on the interwebs where we gather to discuss ideas and get pumped up for the day. We judge...

In Pics: Famous Architectural Structures Of Kolkata That Are Allegedly Haunted

Along with a colourful history, Kolkata has a dark past from the days of Mughals, French, British and Dutch. Being an old...
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This Is What Waterfall Rappelling At Sandhan Valley Looked For Me: LivED It!

Liv’ED It is an ED original style where we write about our personal experiences on experiencing and reviewing any app/place/website which gives...

FlippED: Is Travelling Overhyped And Only Meant For The Well Off?

FlippED is an ED Original style wherein two bloggers come together and share their opposing or orthogonal perspectives on an interesting subject.

What’s Changed From ‘Bombay’ To ‘Mumbai’: In Pics

We’ve often heard Mumbai being called the ‘City of Dreams’ or the ‘Land that never sleeps’. People sang the song “Bombay Meri Hai” with such...

You Can Buy Houses In Italy For $1; But, Is It Worth It?

If you could purchase a house overlooking idyllic streets, sun-kissed gardens, pristine streams, and quaint bridges of bucolic Italy, then wouldn’t you close the...
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6 Remarkable Sites to See When in Hong Kong

By Sulakshna Mondal If you’re here reading this article, it means that you’ve already planned your travel to Hong...

In Pics: Kolkata Is All Decked Up To Celebrate Christmas And Ready To Welcome...

Christmas and New Year is always a special event for Kolkata. With busy areas like Park Street, being converted to a ‘walk-only’...

Pain Points Every Indian Railways Passenger Has Experienced

The Indian railway system is the fourth largest network of trains in the world. It comes handy to approximately 20,000 passengers every day traveling...
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In Pics: With Northern India Covered In Snow, We Take A Look At Our...

The Indian subcontinent is mostly known as a tropical country, with its warm climate and beaches attracting hundreds and thousands of tourists each year.  A...
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Marine Cemetery Pops Up In Kerala As A Reminder Of Environmental Degradation

The damage that we have done to our seas is alarming and to say that we have killed our water bodies is only an...

In Pics: 12 Iconic Dishes And Desserts You Must Have (And From Where) If...

Kolkata is called the ‘The City of Joy’ for a reason. The lives of the people who live here are all about...

Read About Kanji Malam, The Gujarati Seafarer Who Guided Vasco Da Gama To India

Vasco da Gama was a famous explorer who is well-known for being among the first in recorded history to sail from Europe...

Breakfast Babble: Here’s Why I Prefer Train Travel Over Air Travel

Breakfast Babble: ED’s own little space on the interwebs where we gather to discuss ideas and get pumped up for the day. We judge things...

In Pics: Why Is No One Talking About Munsiyari, The Little Kashmir Of India?

Every country has those mainstream and commercial cities that are splashed all across advertisements and campaigns, touted as perfect travel destinations.  In India itself you...

Underrated Places And Hidden Gems In Kolkata Which No Guidebook Talks About

Nicknamed the ‘City Of Joy’, Kolkata is famous for its rich culture, heritage and history. Like every other metro city, the City...

Here Are My Thoughts As A Malayali Attending A Punjabi Wedding For The First...

So, I recently had the opportunity to visit Punjab for the first time in my life. Since I have...

The Heritage Held In Hagia Sophia, A Mosque As Well As A Church

Known for its rich culture and tradition, Istanbul is home to the impeccable Hagia Sophia which is both a mosque and a church. The Long...

Watch: 5 Things You Must Do To Explore A New City Well

Travelling to a new city is an experience that gives you the opportunity to explore a new facet of your own self through a...

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How Guys In US Are Crudely Asking Girls For Corona Hook-Ups, Shaming Them For...

Most youngsters must have tried a dating app, be it Tinder or Bumble, once in their life. Some people try to find love on...

A Glimpse Into The Mystic Life Of A Sufi Pilgrim: Islam’s Mesmerising & Peaceful...

Disclaimer: Originally published in February 2018. It is being republished since it still remains an interesting topic till today.  Sufism is not just the mystical...
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