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Month: March 2017

Bhutan Travel guide and Itinerary

Bhutan Travel guide and Itinerary

What I liked most about Bhutan is that they maintained the uniqueness even though they are trapped between India & China. They preserved and followed their art, architecture, culture, and traditions. Bhutanese people consciously save their culture from the blunt influences of the western world. They are modern in outlook but at the same time they are very traditional and balance everything in very good manner. I had seen almost everyone wears the traditional dresses (Kira for women and Gho…

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Must see places in Thimpu and Punakha

Must see places in Thimpu and Punakha

We spent our first day in Paro and then next morning we started for Thimphu, which is approx 70 km (2 hours driving time). There are some must see places in must see places in Thimpu and Punakh. Here is my list of the places. On the way we stopped at “Iron Chain Bridge” – This bridge was built by great Buddhist saint Thangtong Gyalpo in 1400 on Pro chuu, he said to had built many chain bridges in Bhutan. This…

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Women Empowerment & Toilets in Public Places

Women Empowerment & Toilets in Public Places

I am not someone, who celebrates and get happy on “Women’s Day”. I feel it is more like an event and hardly play any significant role in women empowerment. Most of the women feel empowered because of the family or friends. I am one of those who always got equal if not more support in life in comparison to my brother. But at the same time, when I travel or go out after sunset then I have to keep my…

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Camouflage – God’s Gift

Camouflage – God’s Gift

God provides some or the other special abilities or qualities or characteristic to every species for defense against predators. Camouflage is the most interesting of all. Some where in Panchgani

Places to see in Paro and Photo blog

Places to see in Paro and Photo blog

Paro is the second biggest town in Bhutan and located in Paro valley as the name suggests. It is small neat and clean town. There are some beautiful buildings and a small market which consists of two rows of shops on both sides of one road. There are mostly souvenir shops and restaurants in this market, don’t expect something big. Here is my list of places to see in Paro and photo blog. I traveled by Druk air, so my…

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Wednesday Window

Wednesday Window

It’s not what you look at that matters, It’s what you see. – Henry David Thoreau When you look at this picture, first thought comes to mind is “It’s a close window”. But is a story or secret hidden behind this window 😉 Think about it……