Here Are Five People Who Have Been Fighting To Make India More Inclusive For Travellers… Happy International Tourism Day

images-1The conversation around accessibility has intensified in India since the Paralympians made the country proud at Rio this year. And rightfully so, for a considerable section of India’s population suffers from physical handicaps, and the lack of proper infrastructure makes it impossible for them to live a normal life.

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Mumbaikars Got Together For A Cleanup After Ganesh Visarjan, And Here’s Why We Are Loving It!

Despite the heightened conversation around the need to do away with plaster-of-Paris idols for religious festivals, a lot of us continue to do so. The recently concluded Ganesh Utsav In Mumbai was no different, the city’s biggest celebration left a scathing mark on the beaches a day after the visarjan (immersion of idols).

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The Triund Trek, Once A Hiker’s Delight Has Carelessness Strewn All Over

Throughout my graduation years in Delhi, I had heard stories of Triund, Kheerganga and similar treks in the state of Himachal Pradesh. A few months ago, my friends and I decided to take the trek to Triund. I was aware of the terrain and knew that it wasn’t a tough trek  which meant an easy start although I yearned for more adventure. Continue reading “The Triund Trek, Once A Hiker’s Delight Has Carelessness Strewn All Over”