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Resorts are on the Rise at Raffles Hotels & Resorts

With many markets seeing a robust return to leisure travel following more than a year of disruptions and pent-up demand, Raffles Hotels & Resorts enters an exciting phase of growth which will see the revered brand add several new resort destinations to its worldwide portfolio of hotels, resorts and residences. A heritage luxury brand known for creating landmark properties in key destinations around the world, Raffles plans to double its footprint of resorts over the next three to five ye...
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Pandemic 2.0: List Of Resources Helping Migrant Workers During COVID-19!

Several states have started imposing lockdown again and — and to avoid any travel restrictions, a lot of migrant workers are going back to their hometown. According to the district administration of Ghaziabad, 77,000 migrant workers were sent home in over 1,500 buses on Apr 20, 2021. Unfortunately, Ghaziabad is not the only city witnessing a mass exodus of migrant workers right now. People all over from Delhi, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, etc. are going back to their homeland — to av...
Tags: Business, UK, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Digital India, Ghaziabad, Udaipur, Jhargram, Coronavirus, Covid19, Kerala Karnataka, Coronavirus Resources, Helping Migrant Workers, Delhi Gujarat Andhra Pradesh Maharashtra, Chennai Salem Itanagar Pune Jaipur


Chittorgarh: The Historical Fort

As you stroll through the stunning Chittorgarh fort, it evokes stories of the spirit, valor, pride and romance of the Rajputs, the warrior clan. Sprawling over 700 acres and intimidating over a hillock by the Berach River in Rajasthan, Chittorgarh fort with a 13 km long circumference is the largest fort in Asia. It is believed to have been initially built in the 7th century A.D. by the Maurya Kings and was later taken over by the Mewar kingdom for a long period. The fort was ruled for 800 ye...
Tags: Travel, Asia, India, Unesco World Heritage Site, Jain, Rajasthan, Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Akbar, Jauhar, R Niranjan Das, Niranjan Das, Vijay Stambh, Maharana Pratap, Berach River, Rana Kumbha


Kumbalgarh Fort: Home to One of the Longest Walls in the World

It wasn’t until I read up about Kumbalgarh fort that I learnt it houses the longest wall in India and the third longest in the world. The fort wall of Kumbalgarh which can be described as Great Wall of India stretches over 36 km across the Aravalli range in Rajasthan. Kumbalgarh fort might not be as extravagant as Chittorgarh fort with impressive structures, but built in the 15th century by Rana Kumbha, it is one of the prominent forts in Mewar region.  Rising to a height of more than 3600 fee...
Tags: Travel, India, Jain, Unesco World Heritage, Aravalli, Udaipur, R Niranjan Das, Niranjan Das, Maharana Pratap, Rana Kumbha, Kumbalgarh, Kumbalgarh Fort, Rajasthan Kumbalgarh, Mewar, Kumbha Palace


Marble Temples of Ranakpur

By the River Maghai and nestled cosily amidst the Aravalli hills in Rajasthan are the magnificent Jain temples of Ranakpur. Made from marble in the 15th century by a Jain businessman, it apparently took almost 50 years to construct them. It is also considered to be one of the prominent temples in Jainism along with the ones at Dilwara and Palitana. The temples which are known for their extensive intricate carvings, designs and figurines are built in Maru Gurjara style of architecture. T...
Tags: Travel, Jain, Rajasthan, Aravalli, Udaipur, Jainism, R Niranjan Das, Niranjan Das, Ranakpur, Palitana, River Maghai, Dilwara, Adinatha


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The bring in and call-outs will satisfy your agreeable desires and connect with you in lodgings and homes here. On the off chance that you like Udaipur dating young ladies and need an attractive relationship to make some great memories, you ought to get the Udaipur application.
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Rajasthan suspends internet in four 4 districts following protests: Report

Rajasthan suspended internet in four districts — Dungarpur, Udaipur, Banswara and Pratapgarh — on Saturday after violent protests erupted in Dungarpur district on Thursday and Friday, the Hindustan Times reported. Hundreds of tribal youths reportedly blocked national highway No. 8 in Dungarpur, demanding that over 1,100 unreserved posts of government teachers be filled with ST candidates. Public property and vehicles were set on fire, and the police fired a thousand rubber bullets to control the...
Tags: Travel, News, Internet, Caa, Kashmir, Jaipur, Hindustan Times, Rajasthan, Jammu, RTI, Udaipur, AYODHYA, Internet shutdowns, Temporary Suspension of Telecom Services, Dungarpur, Banswara


An Indian businessman just became the first Asian member of the world's 10 richest people. Meet the Ambanis, who live in a $1 billion skyscraper and mingle with royals and Bollywood stars.

An Indian businessman just became the first Asian member of the world's top 10 richest people, per Fortune. Mukesh Ambani is worth an estimated $64.5 billion, making him the ninth-richest person in the world, according to Bloomberg's Billionaires Index. He's the chairman and majority owner of Reliance Industries, which owns Jio Platforms. Ambani's fortune took a hit in the spring of 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, but his companies have since been thriving. The Ambanis live in a 27-sto...
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Facebook is making a $6 billion bet on a company owned by India's richest man. Meet the Ambanis, who live in a $1 billion skyscraper and mingle with royals and Bollywood stars.

Facebook is investing $5.7 billion in Jio Platforms, a telecom company owned by India's richest man, both companies announced on Wednesday. Mukesh Ambani is worth an estimated $44.6 billion, making him the 19th-richest person in the world, according to Bloomberg's Billionaires Index. He's the chairman and majority owner of Reliance Industries, which owns Jio Platforms. Ambani's fortune grew by $16.1 billion in 2019, but most of that was wiped out in the first four months of 2020 because of st...
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Feeling Blue

Udaipur to JodhpurWe had about a 2 hour drive through interesting countryside this morning through small villages and busy people about their daily lives. Lots going on with animals and harvesting.Also plenty of marble cutting factories and lorries p
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What is Holi, how do you celebrate

Whether or not you celebrate Holi, if you live in an area where anyone does, you can spot the festivities from a mile away. Brightly dyed powders shower down on the giddy, tie-dyed revelers throwing them. Spurts of water turn the dusty mess into a muddy one. It’s no surprise that India’s Festival of Colors has caught the eye of the non-Hindu community, with new celebrations popping up around the world every year. Yet there’s more to Holi than engaging friends, family, and strangers in color w...
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Pushkar Travel Guide: 11 Things to Do in Pushkar

Pushkar felt different. From the moment I arrived, it felt unlike anywhere else I had visited in Rajasthan. This is one of the oldest cities in India, and one of the holiest on the planet.  And yet, it felt so laid-back — laid-back for India, anyway. Pushkar is a beautiful small city, situated around a sacred lake, and has long been a major pilgrimage destination for Hindus. In the 1960s, however, Pushkar developed into a popular spot on the infamous Hippie Trail, and attracts just as many spiri...
Tags: Travel, Asia, India, Google Maps, Delhi, New Delhi, Jaipur, Rajasthan, Pushkar, Brahma, Buddha, Mahatma Gandhi, Ajmer, Udaipur, Brahma Temple, Kartik


Luxury hotels in Rajasthan, India

No place in India exemplifies the spirit of monarchy and the splendor of royalty better than the state of Rajasthan. The very name contains royalty: Raja translates to “king” and sthan refers to “place” in Hindi and other Indian languages. When the British left India, there were about two dozen princely states in the region, which merged into the new Union of India, along with other princedoms around the country. The erstwhile royalty was allowed to retain their properties and was granted an...
Tags: Travel, India, Luxury Hotels, Jaipur, Rajasthan, All, Raja, Rajasthan India, La Pâtisserie, Northern India, Khurram, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Jehangir, Aravalli Hills, Jagmandir Island Palace


The 16 Most Romantic Cities on Earth

Looking to add a little romance into your travels? There are some pretty romantic cities to visit and Dave and I have gone around the world rating the romance factor. We feel that we are definitely qualified to rank the most romantic cities on earth since we have actually been to the ones listed below. […] Read the original post The 16 Most Romantic Cities on Earth on The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Couples, Romance, Earth, Dave, Luxury Travel, Udaipur, Lake Palace, A Little Romance, Most Romantic Cities


The Cost of Travel in India: A Detailed Budget Breakdown

India is one of the cheapest countries I’ve ever travelled to.  But not only that, it’s one of the best value places I’ve visited.  Value is important when it comes to travel. There’s no joy in spending $5 on a dorm bed if it’s frequented by cockroaches and dengue-carrying mosquitoes and leads to nothing but stress. Similarly, paying $100 a night for a basic guesthouse with few amenities is never going to be a highlight of any adventure.  In India, I couldn’t stop talking about how much value I ...
Tags: Travel, Uber, Asia, India, Dave, Delhi, New Delhi, Taj Mahal, Jaipur, Rajasthan, Pushkar, Camel, Agra, Bundi, Jodhpur, Kota


12 Reasons Why I Absolutely Loved Rajasthan

How to begin writing about my life-changing trip to Rajasthan? I’ve spent the past week wrestling with just that, trying to figure out which blog post to write first. I can’t remember taking a trip that blew my mind so much as my three weeks in Rajasthan did, and I’m both speechless and stumbling over sentences in a frantic desire to share just how wonderful this part of the world is.  I absolutely adored my time in India’s desert-filled state.  I think it’s best, then, to focus exactly on that,...
Tags: Travel, Asia, China, India, Qatar, Dave, Thailand, Unesco, Pakistan, Namibia, Jaipur, Rajasthan, Azores, Pushkar, Fort, Chittorgarh


What to Know for Traveling to India for the First Time

From its snow-capped peaks and barren deserts to its modern cities and sparkling beaches, India has something for everyone. India has a lot to see and do, so it’s best to prepare for the holiday and ensure you experience all you want to. If you’re planning a trip to India, here are some travel tips for travelling in India and advice for your first-time visit. When to go The best time to visit India depends on where you plan to go, but it’s generally best to visit the north and central parts of...
Tags: Travel, Europe, India, Delhi, Expedia, Rishikesh, Rajasthan, First Time, Himachal Pradesh, Varanasi, Udaipur, Kerala Goa Jaipur


December 2019: Travel Summary and Statistics

If you’ve been following along with my social media updates, you may have seen that I kicked off New Year’s Day with a sudden hospitalisation in New Zealand. After surviving one of the worst moments of my life, it feels surreal to now switch gears and turn my thoughts back to December.  Because December really was fantastic. It was one of the best travel months I’ve ever had. So let’s focus on that.  Riding the Indian rails was such a fun way to experience the country When I left you last...
Tags: Travel, Australia, India, Dave, Nepal, Kuala Lumpur, New Zealand, ATM, Bristol, South Pacific, Melbourne, Delhi, Christchurch, Omega, Jaipur, Rajasthan


November 2019: Travel Summary and Statistics

Namaste from India! My friends, I finally got on the plane. I finally made it to my dream travel destination after years of planning and half a dozen cancelled trips.  Was it worth the wait? You bet it was! I’m absolutely in love with India and can’t believe it took me so long to get here.  But let’s start at the beginning of the month. I kicked off November doing much the same as I did last month: bouldering my heart out! It turns out that I am well and truly obsessed with climbing, and I’m s...
Tags: Travel, Google, India, SIM, Dave, Unesco, NHS, Pakistan, New Zealand, Bristol, South Pacific, Melbourne, Delhi, New Delhi, Gatwick Airport, Vanuatu


How MBA from top B-Schools help in Entrepreneurship

A successful entrepreneur is someone who is passionate about his/her ideas and not afraid of taking risks. But this alone is not enough. Managerial and leadership skills, growing and building professional networks are also required for a successful venture. This is the reason more and more people are opting for MBA in entrepreneurship from top B-schools to be better prepared in launching their start-ups. MBA programs in entrepreneurship teach how a good idea can turn into a great business. This ...
Tags: Business, Sales, Institute, Purdue University, Udaipur, IIMU, IIM Udaipur


Places to visit and things to do in Bikaner

If one makes a list of must visit places in the state of Rajasthan, Bikaner might struggle to make it to that list. Bikaner might lack the exuberance of Jaisalmer, the hues of Jodhpur, the vibrancy of Udaipur, the festivities of Pushkar or the popularity of Jaipur. However, the city which was once the capital of the princely state of Bikaner was founded in late 15th century by Rao Bika, who was until then a member of the Jodhpur royal family. Structures such as the fort, palaces and other...
Tags: Travel, India, Travels, Jaipur, Rajasthan, Agra, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Motorcycle Diaries, Durga, Ganga, Karni, Jaisalmer, R Niranjan Das, Heritages, Niranjan Das


Solo Female Travel in India — Is it Safe?

Solo female travel to India is much more popular than you might think. In some ways, India is actually a very good destination for solo female travel, despite all the warnings and dire media reports. I’ve spent many years traveling solo in India, and I now live there – in Rishikesh, which is an ideal destination for a solo female traveler interested in Yoga. (It’s called the Yoga capital of the world!) Having said that, I know that as much as I love India, and the adventure of traveling there, ...
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Om Banna Temple, Rajasthan

India has always been known over centuries for its culture, heritage and beliefs. The country has numerous shrines and temples dedicated to various deities. One of the interesting temples in India is Om Banna Temple, near Pali in Rajasthan, where the deity is a motorbike. Referred as Bullet temple, the shrine attracts people from surrounding regions and also travellers who are on this stretch between Jodhpur and Udaipur. The motorbike which has a registration- RNJ 7773 was owned...
Tags: Travel, India, Rajasthan, Pali, Jodhpur, Udaipur, R Niranjan Das, Niranjan Das, Banna Temple Rajasthan, Banna Temple, Om Singh Rathore


The 5 Best Places to Visit in Rajasthan – India Travel

The royal land of Kings Rajasthan is the vibrant and multi-colored state of the northern part of India. The fate of Rajasthan is known for its great hospitality with royalty representing the sophisticated lifestyles of the Maharajas and Maharanis in earlier times. This lively state is dotted with different monuments, lively forts, sparkling palaces and much more, as well as the pride of the past and our heritage.Being one of the most visited tourist destination of the north India tour, Rajasthan...
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Day 16 Udaipur

Hi everyone well where shall I start .......I had the most horrendous night.Didnt get any sleep due to my hacking cough which is making me breathless and Ive developed a wheeze.I was so concerned this am we even concidered coming home early.Theres
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Day 15 Udaipur

Hi everyone Ive still got a bad cold and cough but Pat seems ok now.We spent 3hours getting to Udaipurmost of which was in the rain.By the time we arrived the rain had subsided and the sun was trying to break through. Our hotel is just outside the mai
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Another excellent day in Udaipur bazaars and a sunset lake cruise.

Today I was resolved to find some of the bazaars for which Udaipur is also famous. The main tourist trail in the old city goes south along the edge of the lake past the Royal Palace and eventually ends up at the end of the lake. Today we discovere
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More exploring in Udaipur

Today we decided to explore Udaipurs other lake area. Fateh Sagar Lake. This is just above Lake Pichola and connected by a canal but not as picturesque as it doesnt have the Royal Palace and all the other ancient buildings round its banks. We
Tags: Travel, Royal Palace, Udaipur, Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar Lake This


We love Udaipur. What a superb place to spend a few days.

Absolutely lovely to wake to the view from our balcony this morning looking out across the lake to the old town across the water. The lake is narrow here at the top and crossable by a foot bridge with another tuktuk bridge beyond.There is much activity
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Amritsar to delightful Udaipur after a very early start.

Up before the crack of dawn ready for taxi at 3.45. Could have had an extra half hours sleep as only took 15 minutes to the airport because the road was pretty well empty.Slightly chaotic moment as we entered the airport. First we show boarding pass
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