Travel Calendar 2018

This Taraf wishes all its wonderful readers a very happy and healthy New year. Hope you all are enjoying the holiday season and exploring amazing destinations. We are excited to read so many different posts on our feed. Just like 2017, 2018 is also going to be a travel friendly year for the ones bitten... Continue Reading →

Varanasi – City of Gods

Banaras, Kashi, Varanasi whatever you call it, they all lead you to the same place on the world map, i.e., the longest living city. Vedic Culture, Ethnic Tribes, Mahabharata, Buddha, Mughals, British, World Wars, riots, Banaras has seen it all, as the archaeological evidences advocate traces of civilization back in 2000 BC. None of this... Continue Reading →

Travel Tales of Jagannath – Rathayatra

We assume travelbug has bitten almost everybody who can even remotely afford it. And God's are no far behind (affordance being of least consideration). It's summer vacations in most parts of the country and it's that time of the year when people holiday with families. So does Lord Jagannath as today he is leaving on... Continue Reading →

Dream Weavers of Fulia

I could feel nostalgia. I had been here earlier. I could relate to each and every bit of the process, and while I was busy missing college and my textile design days, my better half was busy clicking pictures and listening to all the stories from the locals. Fulia town in Shantipur district could easily... Continue Reading →

Travel Packing in Baahubali style!

Well, the world is aware of our very own Baahubali now, and there have been an array of artwork with reference to this movie. This is our take away from the larger than life movie, as no one wants to over pack while travelling. When preparing to travel, lay out all your clothes and all... Continue Reading →

Khamma Ghani Rajasthan!

'The greatest part of a road trip isn't arriving at your destination. It's all the wild stuff that happens along the way.' We had been on a lot of single day road trips but did not ever experience the wilderness of being on the roads for a few days at a stretch. August 2016, it was,... Continue Reading →

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