Bara Imambara – Lucknow’s famous Bhool Bhulaiya

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Bara Imambara or Asafi Imambara is a large tomb complex in Lucknow. Bara means big and Imambara is a sacred hall for conducting Muslim rituals especially for Shia Muslims around Muharram. It was built in 1784 by Asaf-ud-Daula, the then Nawab of Awadh. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Lucknow. What makes it special is that it is a labyrinth of a thousand connected passages.

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Jaisalmer The Golden City

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Jaisalmer, Rajasthan is a panoramic beauty. The Golden City is located at the heart of the Thar Desert. The huge ocean of yellow sand looks like the folds of a smooth silk cloth wrapped all around it. The architecture of the place is defined by the same golden sandstone.

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Places To Visit In Singapore

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The Tiny Island-State of Singapore has abundant family attractions for kids. There are attractions that suit all age groups. The confluence of cultures found here and the urbanization, make Singapore a most sought after destination in Asia. No matter how many days you plan to stay here, there will always be something left for the next visit. To make it easier, we have compiled this list of Places To Visit In Singapore. 

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Petulu – Bali’s Heron Village

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The sleepy village of Petulu, 15 minutes drive north of Ubud, is peaceful all day but come evening it all changes. A scattering of thousands of white Heron, come to this village in the late afternoon where they spend the night and leave the next day at daybreak. This unique phenomenon as well as the ambiance of this traditional village makes a visit here a worthwhile experience.

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When Munnar Blooms Blue

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The once in a blue moon phenomenon is finally here and Munnar has turned dreamy blue again. Neelakurinji (Strobilanthes Kunthiana) a flower that blooms only once in 12 years is all set to bloom this year. These purplish blue flowers cover the slopes and ravines of Munnar into a visual extravaganza. Munnar is covered in a blanket of blue.

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