The Indian pitta is a passerine bird native to the Indian subcontinent. It inhabits scrub jungle, deciduous and dense evergreen forest. It breeds in the forests of the Himalayas, hills of central and western India, and migrates to other parts of the peninsula in winter.
Get ready for the biggest multilingual literature festival, 'Cause @keralalitfest is all set to bring readers and writers together for inspiration, entertainment, and discussion. And, apart from the intellectual discussion, you can escape into the beauty of this serene city. If it sounds like a plan! then tag your friends.
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2 1,02317 January, 2020
The pen is mightier than the sword atleast here in Calcutta!
The collared falconet is a species of bird of prey in the Falconidae family. It is found in the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia, ranging across Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, India, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Thailand, Malaysia, and Vietnam
If you have a knack for travelling, then gear up for a challenge and click on the link in BIO to register yourself. Because Lonely Planet India and @travhq in association with @otmindia are organizing the most exciting travel meet-up of the year, inviting all travel bloggers and influencers at ‘Swipe Right at OTM 2020'. Selected content creators/influencers/bloggers will get qualified meetings with representatives from the travel trade industry at the event. This is the perfect time to show that travelling is your profession and not just your hobby. .
6 48716 January, 2020
Jodhpur also know as Suncity is an equal treat for Foodies as well as Heritage lovers .
Located around 600 km away from Delhi , this city is know for its Pyaaz ki Kachori , Mirchibada , Handicraft and local language knows as “Marwari “ .
Best time to visit is Nov - March .
Best places to visit - Mehrangarh Fort , Jaswant thada , iconic @umaidbhawanpalace , Mandor Garden , Oasia sand dunes
Best way to travel - Direct flight from Major Indian cities .
Head over to our website for to plan an quick itinerary .
How wrong is it to care to live?
Despite fallen eyelashes I never wish against
'Cause the wind be too strong.
On your palette, mixed
mica with blue fruit juice.
First wash. Hurts? Good.
Someone' s only
act of rebellion- a book on words and the many
acts of love.
I care not for life save for its own revelation,
Ain't no dainty damsel for them grovellin' men and gum-pasted elevators.
The cobblestones invite
The banisters resist.
No one's slave out here the manyeth century-
Nah, a little longer.
A little yet to see
A certain tidiness
chewed to dust.
The Tamil festival of #Pongal is named after a Tamil rice-and-lentil dish. The festival calls for a statewide celebration, making #Madurai and #Mamallapuram the best places to visit in South India in mid -January.