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You just came across the top young and successful entrepreneurs of India. They inspire the young generation to begin something new and believe in themselves!
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Personalities
In this period of globalization, life's no longer straightforward. There's dependably an idle weight to exceed expectations in each field—be it in pre-schools for the little children, in secondary schools, at office—and the circumstance deteriorates. To give individuals a chance to adapt to the "weight cooker" circumstances, many schools and universities hold sessions with the motivational speakers. These speakers "persuade" them to improve as well as, with their accommodating—once in a while, even clever—addresses, unwind them from their problems and inconveniences. How about we endeavor to know the best in the field..
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Personalities
Synonymous with New Delhi and situated in the heart of the city, India Gate is one of the most popular monuments in the city. Did You Know it is counted among the largest war memorials in India and the monument is now a major tourist spot in Delhi and a common picnic site for tourists and residents. Read more about the history of the India Gate.
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2 years ago
New Delhi
Gateway Of India, without a doubt is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Mumbai. It is a great historical monument built during the British rule in the country. Being the perfect place to get acquainted with the spirited life of Mumbai, you need to know more about the history of the monument.

So give it a read!
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2 years ago
Mumbai
The French capital of India is yours to discover with my list of the very best things to do in Puducherry (formerly called Pondicherry and generally referred to as 'Pondy').

From lunch-hour wonders to full-blown days out, this is your ultimate checklist to explore Puducherry, a town tucked away on the Eastern seaboard of India.
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a year ago
Puducherry
Kumbhalgarh Fort is a Mewar fortress on the western range of Aravalli Hills, in the Rajsamand district near Udaipur of Rajasthan state in western India. Some call it by the name of the fort it surrounds – Kumbhalgarh. Others simply refer to it as The Great Wall of India 
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Qila Kumbhalgarh
India with her all exotic nature and beauty has been centered in several Hollywood flicks, including the much acclaimed, The Life of Pi. Before Priyanka, Deepika, Anil Kapoor and Irrfan, there were Amrish Puri, Sarita Choudhury, Indira Verma amongst others.

Here is a list of Hollywood movies, which depicted India in Her own unique way.

Happy Watching!
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3 years ago
Watchlists
I am yet to meet a person who visited India and remained indifferent to this country. There are people who hate and despise India and can talk hours about the poverty and bad smell, and noise, and cheating; or there are people who can’t stop wondering at Indian history, Indian dance, Indian cuisine, Indian paintings, Indian architecture, Indian religions, Indian festivals, Indian teachings of yoga and Ayurveda, Indian languages, Indian sacred texts, Indian costumes, Indian music styles, Indian movies, Indian mountains and beaches, Indian forests and deserts, Indian hospitality and generosity, beauty of Indian people, Indian cities and Indian villages, temples, mosques, gurudwaras, palaces, parks and streets.

Is there any other country in this world which has so much of intellectual, spiritual and cultural heritage that it is literally impossible to learn it in one lifetime? Pick up anything from Indian classic culture: Bharatnatyam (or any other dance), Sanskrit (or any other ancient language), Vedanta (or any other philosophy school) and it will take the rest of your life to absorb at least a part of it. And even having learnt Bharatnatyam and Sanskrit you won’t be able to say that you actually know India.

There is India of Hindus, of Muslims, of Christians, of Jains, of Buddhists, of Sikhs, of Zoroastrians. There is India of Tamils, of Marathis, of Bengalis, of Malayalees, of Punjabis and of hundreds of other ethnicities. There is India of megalopolises and of tiny villages, India of the North and of the South (and the North-East India as well!).

No matter how many times you visit India, no matter how many years you live there, there ALWAYS will be something you do not know about. India is too much for an ordinary human mind. We fail to understand how can this subcontinent have so many secrets and treasures, how can Indians teach us anything, from politics to inner peace. If there is a place in this world that has everything, it has to be India.

Amazed and excited, seeking for more knowledge and beauty, we keep coming to India. And, in her kindness, despite being cheated and looted many times in her eternal history, India has never closed her gates to anyone.

**This write-up is an account by Anna Stepanova. She was a student at the University of Hyderabad and identifies herself as a Bibliophile 
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Road trips are perhaps the best way to satisfy your craving for adventure and escape monotony.  Here’s a list of popular road trips in India that you strongly need to take in order to get a break from monotony.Pack your bags and experience these amazing road journeys.
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3 days ago
Travel
Aahh!! I already feel those mesmerizing scents around me! Choice of perfume differs from person to person, some like woody fragrance whereas some like fruity.
Here is the list of best selling perfumes for women in India, with their floral or woody notes.

These are not only long lasting but also uplifts your mood instantly! These brands don't need any introduction, these perfumes are worth every penny of yours!

Pamper yourself, you deserve it ! :)
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a year ago
MakeUp