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7 lesser known tourist-worthy spots around the World




While mainstream travel places are popular and very well known, there are numerous hidden getaways that are like heaven on earth. These places make you get lost, only to discover new delights! Here is our list of 7 lesser known tourist-worthy places around the globe:

1. Samarkand, Uzbekistan

This secret tourist spot is the destination to be if you want to experience the culture, beauty and fascinating legends. UNESCO has named it as the “crossroads of culture.” It is home to the “Mausoleum of Tamerlane” and numerous other ancient mosques.

2. Cappadocia, Turkey

Located on a high plateau and over 1000 meters in height, Cappadocia is a popular historic region where people can enjoy trekking or hot air ballooning. Set on the Anatolian plains, Cappadocia is a geological structure of honeycomb hills and tall boulders of stunning beauty.

3. Green Lake, Austria

The very distinct green colour of the Gruner See or Green Lake is because of the growth of foliage and grass found at the bottom of it. This lake’s specialty is that it actually changes with every season.

4. Chefchaouen, Northwest Morocco

Nicknamed as the “blue pearl of Morocco,” this is a small and quiet city, located amidst the Rift Mountains. Chefchaouen is the only place in the entire world which is coloured in blue. Gorgeous blue alleyways and blue-washed buildings, this magical blue city is surely a sight to sore eyes.

5. Haiku Stairs, Hawaii

This stunning stairways in Oahu in Hawaii, aptly describe the term “stairway to heaven.” History suggests that these stairways were constructed to transmit radio signals to Navy Ships across the Pacific Ocean. The total number of stairs is 3922 steps.

6. Stepantsminda, Georgia

Georgia, a small mountainous country located between Europe and Asia is a treasure trove of natural beauty. From stunning waterfalls to awe-inspiring mountains and a mystical castle-like church, that looks like it has come right out of a fairytale, this mesmerizing country has all that you would ever need. Traveling to this area is fascinating. Because of the amount of local history contained here.

7. Ethiopia

Years and years of rock-strewn churches carved from below the ground, remarkable mountain landscapes, castles and plates of delicious local food! Do we need to say more?

So, while you may have often visited or hope to visit known places, we suggest you take a trip to one of these hidden beauties! You’re sure to love it!

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Would You Believe That The Technical Reason Behind Booking a Seat in Railways is ‘PHYSICS’!




Booking a seat on a train is far more different than booking a seat in a theatre!
Theatre is a hall, whereas the train is a moving object. So safety concern is very high in trains. Indian railways ticket booking software is designed in such a way that it will book tickets in a manner that will distribute the load evenly on a train.

Let’s take an example to make things more clear: Imagine there are sleeper class coaches in a train numbered S1, S2 S3… S10, and in every coach, there are 72 seats.

So when someone first books a ticket, the software will assign a seat in the middle coach like S5, middle seat numbered between 30-40, and preferably lower berths (Railways first fills the lower berths than upper one so as to achieve low centre of gravity.)

And the software books seats in such a way that all coaches have uniform passenger distribution and seats are filled starting from the middle seats (36) to seats near the gates i.e 1-2 or 71-72 in order from lower berth to upper.

Railways just want to ensure a proper balance that each coach should have for equal load distribution. That is why when you book a ticket at the last, you are always allotted an upper berth and a seat numbered around 2-3 or 70, except when you are not taking a seat of someone who has canceled his/her seat.

What if the railways book tickets randomly? A train is a moving object which moves around at a speed of around 100km/hr on rails. So there are a lot of forces and mechanics acting on the train.

Just imagine if S1, S2, S3 are completely full and S5, S6 are completely empty and others are partially full. When the train takes a turn, some coaches face maximum centrifugal force and some minimum, and this creates a high chance of derailment of the train.

This is a very technical aspect, and when brakes are applied there will be different braking forces acting at each of the coaches because of the huge differences in the weight of coach, so the stability of train becomes an issue again.

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This is a piece of good information worth sharing, as often passengers blame the Railways citing inconvenient seats/ berths allotted to them!

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Adaa Khan’s vaccation pictures are going to make you crave for one!




Well, don’t we all think of exotic vacations, bookmark articles, save pictures of beautiful locations on our phones thinking of that one vacation we all want to have, while we’re glued on our laptops at work? Adulting is pretty hard! And trust us, Adaa Khan’s pictures are sure to ignite that craving even more.

Adaa, who was last seen in television show ‘Vish ya Amrit Sitara?’ has been all over the social media with her vacation posts. From her social media posts, it is clear that she loves travelling. She also uses a hashtag with all her travel posts, ‘#AdaaTravels’. Adaa, has recently been travelling to places all across the globe, trying new cuisines, exploring every bit of all the places she visits. She has been sharing all the deets with her fans through her Instagram stories. Check out some travel pictures of Adaa below:

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Venice is a dream destination for pretty much all of us. Adaa, renames ‘Love’ to ‘Venice’ in this instagram post:

What do you do when you’re in Pisa? Take the cues from Adaa here:

You’re lying if you say you have not wished to visit Lake Como once after Deepika and Ranveer’s marriage. Well, looks like Adaa has surely fulfilled that wish:

Fairytales and Happy endings have been a dream of all us girls. And no matter how much we grow up, Disney land is always going to be on our bucket list:

Bollywood has definitely set our expectations high and cruising has been one such dream of all of us. Especially if its cruising in the beautiful waters of Malaysia. Check Adaa, live life the ‘Gulaboo’ way in Malaysia:

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When in Rome, Do like the Romans do! Adaa, is definitely doing a lot of fun in Rome. Check out her insta post here:

Trust us, we can go on and on. But hello? Laptop calling! Time to return to the desk. Let us know about your favourite vacation spots in the comments section below!



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5 of the best-hidden monsoon getaways near Mumbai





1. Visapur Fort Trek

Visapur fort offers a majestic view from the height of 3556 ft. Sited in Maharashtra, this trek is one of the most scenic and beautiful treks in Monsoon. This trek treats people with a number of ethereal views of lush green valleys and small or large waterfalls. The trek showcases ruins of a large stone-house which is also known as Peshwa’s palace. With surreal greenery and a peaceful environment, this getaway should surely make it to your bucket list.

2. Mahuli Fort, Thane

Mahuli fort in Thane is a mysterious Mughal fort that is a fascinating place to visit. An ideal getaway for a short weekend trip, this fort is beautiful in the Monsoons. The mountain peaks Vazir and Vishnu are a sight to behold and make for the perfect weekend outing. It is also a paradise for rock climbers due to the rough terrain on Vazir and Vishnu.

3. Kalsubai Peak, Igatpuri

Located at a height of 5000 ft, the Kalsubai Peak is the highest peak in Maharashtra. It is in the district of Igatpuri. This peak, along with natural beauty is also blessed with the temple of the Goddess Kalsubai. It caters to a number of pilgrims who visit often to seek blessings. In order to facilitate older people, and make it accessible to them, the government has installed ladders and stairs wherever possible.

4. Andharban, Pune

Andharban, literally meaning dark forest, is a hidden retreat close to Mumbai. It is the perfect place to escape with your buddies to engage in a fun and exciting outing. This place offers a breath-taking view of the Kundalika Valley, Bhira Dam and Tamini Ghat. It offers a number of activities such as white water rafting.

5. Ratangadh Fort

Accessible from Kasara railway station, this hidden gem is a treasure trove of beauty and serenity. One can enjoy a mesmerizing night trek and reach the top to admire the rock-cut caves, gleaming in the moonlight. One can cherish the awe-inspiring views of Rani Mahal from the Eastern end and Katrabai and Ajoba First from the Southern end. The best part is that you get to stay in a striking cave and enjoy nature at its best.

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