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Friday, December 13, 2019

Traveling Solo

By Sanuj Shah     Many of us have often wondered what it would be like to leave the hustle-bustle of life and set out to travel....

ED Picture Story: 48 Hours In The Heart Of Frankfurt, Germany

Cold. Biting, freezing cold.  That was the first thought in my head as our English-speaking guide greeted us with Willkommen in Frankfurt outside the airport as...

Titanic 2: Does It Need To Be An Exact Replica of Titanic? Is It...

By Preeti Kumari Heard about the remake of titanic? Oh no, it’s not a remake of the movie, but the ship. An exact (not exact...

ED VoxPop: The Mumbai vs Delhi Fight Continues…

After ED's Poster Series on the Mumbai - Delhi Fight, we are back with yet another take on the Mumbai vs Delhi quarrel, which doesn't...

White Travelers Begging On The Streets In Asia For Money: Meet The Beg-Packers

The common imagination classifies all white travellers as well moneyed. Foreign exchange makes western tourist quite the Richie Rich overnight, Asia becomes the dream...

ESports: For Every Sport Doesn’t Require Balls

By Dashmeet Kaur Around the world, there are about millions of people playing their favorite games right now and let's be real, it's a major...
Bengal Dances

Bengal Isn’t Just About Durga Puja: Here Are Some Things You Never Knew About...

By Ranjabati Ray Every state has its own character, its own flavor but we find Bengal to be especially different from the other ones. The culture,...
Pune Street Art Project

LivED It: Look At Pune’s Oldest Residential Area Through Inspiring Street Art

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...

Genealogy Tourism: A New Form of Tourism Which Helps You Trace Your Ancestors

With tourism turning out to be an important industry in this modern age, a new breed of traveler focused on uncovering their family records...

In Pics: Unusual Adventure Sports In India And Where To Do Them

Be it the caress of the wind, the unrelenting love of the waves that go away to come back or the contentment offered by...

Bengaluru City in Megapixels – A Picture Story

Bengaluru is the silicon valley of India, but things aren’t just limited to that. Like every city in our Country, it has an essence...

I Visited Varanasi And My Experience Was Priceless

Most of us must have heard about the beauty of “Subha-e-Banaras, Shaam-e-Awadh and Shab-e-Malwa”. I recently had the luck to pay a visit to Varanasi...

Here’s How To Make Your Time Travelling In Metro Productive

Let's face it, all of us have a fast-paced life these days. A fast-paced life obviously involves a lot of travelling. While most of...

The Haveli That Featured In Lootera Movie Is Haunted And We LivED It

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

Visit This Economical Resort in Jaipur For The Ultimate Rajasthani Experience, We LivED It

LivED is an ED original style where we write about our personal experiences on visiting and reviewing any place which gives us a feeling...

In Pics: Now Travel By Air Instead Of Train To Save Money On These...

Who doesn’t fancy an airplane ride? Well, Indians surely do. There’s no surprise that India has emerged as the third largest aviation market with air passenger...

Tourists Who Want To Live Like Prisoners In Tihar Jail Can Now Do So

Imagine, one day you switch on your television to see an advertisement inviting you to visit jail with the tagline – ‘Kuch din toh...

Gatimaan Express: Only For Firang Tourists Or Will Indian Middle Class Use It?

The recently flagged Gatiman express from Delhi Nizamuddin station shows how eager people are to save time, even if it is just fifteen minutes. What’s...

Things about New York City, only a local can best tell

By Tonight at Dawn’s Kimberly Cecchini, a New York City journalist, photographer and educator.  "Is Brooklyn in the house?!" An MC cries in the mic and the...

Watch: Top 5 Budget Friendly Tourist Destinations For Indians

We all desire and deserve a break from the everyday drudgery, we call life. And for must of us travel is more of a...
sikkim

Folktales Of The Untouched Paradise – Sikkim; Part 1

This summer I visited Sikkim and it is true what they say, It's Paradise Untouched. Belonging to an army background, I went on my own merry little...
Jim Corbett National Park

ED Picture Story: 50 Hours Of Corbett Awesomeness

Shiny bright sky with illuminating moon and an array of twinkling stars, that’s what the nights in Corbett were like. After having done with...

World’s Premier Wine Theme Park In France Is Now Open

Bordeaux has just done a huge favour to its title of 'wine capital of the world' with the inauguration of its first wine theme...

After Decriminalising Section 377, Can We Expect LGBT Tourism Or Gay Tourism To Take...

Finally, India is free from the shackles of the 157-year-old British empire law against homosexuality, after the SC yesterday in a historic judgement decriminalised...

Is Pokémon GO The Greatest Open World Game Ever?

Some people are claiming that Pokémon GO is the greatest open world game ever made. I’m not saying a lot of people are saying...

Hyderabad & It’s Hau-Tauba Eateries That Will Make You Come Back For More

By Dashmeet Kaur Baigan ke baata nakko karo, samjhe? Ustad, ek chaaye to mangao yaaro. Dabaake bhook lagri mama, biryani toh khilao! Hyderabadi food and lingo are not...

This Museum Of Fake And Forged Art, Even Has Hitler’s Fake Diary Entries

Museums are perhaps not the most exciting place as per common understanding. Usually, the people who visit museums are considered stuck-up, pretentious, too serious...

How Is Hinduism In Bali Different From Hinduism In India?

Hinduism, like any other religion, cuts across regions and boundaries. It’s riveting to know how Hinduism in Bali paved its way in the country....

River Rafting In Rishikesh: An Adventure For Lifetime

“There are many ways to salvation, and one of them is to follow a river.” – David Brower The journey is never about the destination,...

Fireballs, Mud, Swine And Thai Holi: Crazy Festivals From Around The World

By Shubham Goswami Festivals are important as they give us a break from our mundane lives and bring us together as a community. But some people...

We Went To The Indian International Trade Fair, Should You? : Liv’ED It

Liv’ED is an ED original style where we write about our personal experiences on visiting and reviewing any place which gives us a feeling...

Chennai’s Vibrant Bengali Community Comes Together To Celebrate Durga Pujo

Being a metropolitan city, Chennai is known to have a population consisting of people from various states. As...
trip to guwahati

A Trip To Guwahati Is A Must For Those Who Love Ancient Temples And...

Take a trip to Guwahati now, instead of one of the mainstream places, just for once try and experience the serenity and feeling that...

Studying In Allahabad, I Traveled By Delhi Metro For The First Time & This...

Metro is the heart of Delhi. One can imagine India without Congress but not Delhi without Metro. Delhi metro covers a distance of 69,000...

The Non-Issue of Manspreading on the Delhi Metro

Anyone who is a regular or an occasional user of the Delhi Metro will testify to the persisting space issues, or rather the lack...

Kochi’s Oldest Jew, Mrs. Sarah Cohen, Passes Away At 96

Sarah Cohen, affectionately called 'Sarah Aunty' by everyone who has paid a visit to her quaint little Jew Town house, passed away...

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