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The history of professional travel agency business started with a day-long excursion tour for his 570 friends in the Temperance Society from Leicester to Loughborough in 1841. He took the services of the British Railway. All his friends were charged one shilling for this excursion.
In response to the increasing demand for tourism information by the travelers, many travel agencies like http://www.tripbrands.us have established websites to promote their services and products worldwide. These websites plays an important role in mediating between customers and companies as a channel for information acquisition and business Travel transactions.
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Peace Shloka (Prayer for Peace)
Om Sarvesham Svasti Bhavatu |
Sarvesham Shantir Bhavatu |
Sarvesham Purnam Bhavatu |
Sarvesham Mangalam Bhavatu |
Chanting of this shloka once in a day and feel the you are in a Heaven..
Wildlife photography requires not only skill but also A LOT of courage! Siddhant Arora, a young aspiring wildlife photographer was recently featured on Zoetic.
Check out some of these amazing images from the winners of the 50th Annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards. The overall winner this year was “The last great picture” by Michael ‘Nick’ Nichols (USA).
Some of our other favorites are “Cardinal sparks” by Patrik Bartuska (Czech Republic), Winner of Natural Design and “Facebook update” by Marsel van Oosten (The Netherlands), winner of the People’s Choice Award!
Stay wild, stay passionate 🙂
We rose and shone in Da Lat, and scoped out our route along the Ho Chi Minh trail to Buon Ma Thuot. The day started off pretty well: all geared up with our new modifications and rested bods. But in the time it takes to say “This is awesome!”, it soon went to, pardon my language, sh*t. We lost the crew again at the beginning, and Nick and I rode off alone. And “rode-off” was unfortunately very literal here. I thought I had been through everything on day one. I was so smug about it, too. How naïve I was. Maybe I had mastered all road terrain, but these potholes were craters if I’ve seen any. I have no idea how they even got so big without heavy machinery and sick idea of practical jokes. It certainly didn’t help that the rain had turned them all into murky ponds of…
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Naga Sadhus are a particular group of Shaivite saints who reside in the Himalayan Caves and come to visit the civilization only during the Kumbh Mela. This is the only event when these ascetic saints can be seen amongst the general Indian population.The Naga Sadhus renounce the materialistic world and practice celibacy to escape from the cycle of birth and death and to attend salvation. As they belong to the Shaivite sect, they have matted locks of hair and their bodies are covered in ash like Lord Shiva.The Naga Sadhus were founded by Dattatreya during ancient times such that the date of the foundation is lost. The ancient period was perhaps an age when humans never stressed the importance of time. Shankaracharya was the first one to organize the Nagas to protect Sanatam Dharma.
Himachal Pradesh becomes rich, extravagant and traditional. Due to this rugged terrain the culture and tradition of the Himachal Pradesh thus, remains unscratched by foreign invasions. Its ethnicity and originality are retained.
Himachal Pradesh is a state in Northern India. It is spread over 21,495 sq mi, and is bordered by Jammu and Kashmir on the north, Punjab on the west and south-west, Haryana and Uttarakhand.
Parshuram (Parashurama, Parashuraman) is the sixth avatar of Vishnu, He is son of Renuka and the saptarishi Jamadagni. He lived during the last Treta Yuga, and is one of the seven immortals or Chiranjivi, of Hinduism
One of the basic beliefs of Hinduism is the law of Karma or Action. It basically means that every good thought, word or deed begets a similar reaction which affects our next lives and every unkind thought or evil deed comes back to harm us in this life or the next.
Shiva has always been referred to as Triambaka because he has a third eye. The third eye does not mean someone’s forehead cracked and something came out! It simply means another dimension of perception has opened up. If your perception has to evolve and enhance itself, the most important thing is that your energy has to evolve and enhance itself. The whole process of yoga is to evolve and refine your energies in such a way that your perception is enhanced and the third eye opens.
By nature, spontaneous is not a word most people would use to describe me. Perhaps, however, that’s just another effect that studying abroad has had on me. Or maybe when you’re offered the opportunity to travel to the one place you’ve dreamed of visiting for years, you take it, whether it requires spontaneity or not.
This past week, I spent a lot of time reading and working on my marketing group term paper. For my marketing class, we have to create a thorough marketing plan instead of having a final exam. We are allowed to work in teams of 3 people, and halfway through the semester we can hand in a preliminary plan – however much we have completed, our professor will review and give suggestions. Amazingly, halfway through the semester comes out to be this Friday, and my group wanted to have our entire plan ready for review, so…
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My list of extreme sports:
BASE Jumping: is very extreme activity that includes a parachute (can be used both parachute and wingsuit) to jump from fixed objects, with unopened parachute like skydiving. The acronym “B.A.S.E.” stands for: Building, Antenna, Span, Earth – four categories of objects from which B.A.S.E. jumper can jump.
Bodyboarding: is a kind of wave surfing. But instead of surfboard u have a rectangular piece of hydrodynamic foam.
Shape of board depends on riding style, and rider himself. Wiki says that bodyboarding is fastest growing extreme water sports all over the world.
Canoeing: extreme canoeing (a.k.a whitewater canoeing or whitewater racing). These extreme guys race specialised canoes and kayaks down a dangerous whitewater rivers. There is also such a class like Extreme Canoe racing, that includes much more complicated rapids, leave it for real pros 🙂
Extreme Motorsport: includes activities…
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There should be a rude hell nowadays in Iraq, the war shouldn’t mean to tease the Humanity & any religion. the cutting heads of the people should be shown a Nonsense & Illiterate Breed.these things are not be a Honor, this is very very disgusting.
At Park Centra
It’s not a real adventure when you have to pay for it.
Life is an adventure, it’s not a package tour.
At Park Centra
RBI’s Monetary Museum, Mumbai – Money on Display
I have had to rely on my memory to write about my wonderful visit to the Monetary Museum due to their no photography policy. This unique little place is founded and run by the Reserve Bank of India on the ground level of their premises in the commercial Fort area of South Mumbai. The museum depicts the journey of money and its evolution from a period as early as 2nd century BC until this day. It was made open to public in the year 2005.
Divided into 6 sections, the museum collectively explains the history of money through definitions, displays, info-graphics and touches base on subjects like early barter exchange, use of metals as mode of payment, coins issued by Indian kings, rulers, princely states and later British empires, evolution of paper currency, cheques, promissory notes, bills of exchange, establishment of banks and their roles and the introduction and use…
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India is a beautiful nation that famous for amazing tourist destinations
India is a beautiful nation that famous for amazing tourist destinations, rich traditions and colourful culture. In this nation you can explore the eye catching view of golden sand dunes, panoramic beaches, astonishing hill stations, flora and fauna.
The Northern part of this nation offers various kinds of dense forests, high peaks of mountain chains and ancient monasteries. The Central region of this nation is the heart of the several most admired heritage monuments and wildlife sanctuaries. The Eastern region provides the eye catching view of the dense forests on the hilly landscapes. The South arena offers the number of stunning beaches, backwaters and spice gardens.
If you want to experience a natural beauty and colorful culture, then you should select India as your tourist destination. This nation offers something amazing that you will take pleasure in the years to join. Exploring each and every place here in one…
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In 1994, 37-year-old journalist Mike McIntyre had a good life in San Francisco – except for one major problem:
If I were told I was going to die today, I’d have to say I never took a gamble. I played life too close to the vest.
That awful feeling stemmed from another major, and life-long, problem:
I’ve been afraid my whole life.
I was born scared.
Driven to tears one day while thinking about this, McIntyre decided to take drastic action by resigning from his job and traveling across the United States by hitchhiking and walking – but with one very challenging condition:
I’ll go from the Pacific to the Atlantic without a penny. A cashless journey through the land of the almighty dollar. If I’m offered money, I’ll refuse it. If I see a coin in the road…
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Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
He won’t give you cheap things, which will vanish in no time, but of some eternal nature. So He gives you peace, peace of the heart. He gives you balance. Also He gives you a tranquil temperament. Joy of life. All these things are there within us, if we have the bhakti which is, after being united, after the yoga with the Yogeshwara. This is what one has to understand.”
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Rock Climbing at Chamba, India
If music be the food of love, play on – William Shakespeare
I pretty much try to stay in a constant state of confusion just because of the expression it leaves on my face.