Such a beautiful line- "Spring breathes new life into the world around us."
Because #Spring is the season of new beginnings in which Fresh buds bloom,🌼 animals awaken and the earth seems to come to life again.
Home care for people with Suspected or confirmed COVID-19
#Takecare of yourself and your family For #caregivers ... .
1. Wear a medical mask
when in the same room
with an ill person.
2. Do not touch the mask or face during use and discard it afterward.
3. Ensure the ill person
rests, drinks plenty
of fluids and eats
4. Frequently clean hands with soap and
water or alcohol-based rub, especially: *after any type of contact with the ill person or their surroundings. *before, during and after
preparing food *before eating *after using the toilet
5. Use dedicated dishes,
cups, eating utensils,
towels and bedlinens
for the ill person.
6. Wash dishes, cups, eating utensils, towels, or bedlinens used by the
ill person with soap and
7. Identify frequently
touched surfaces by
the ill person and
clean and disinfect
Spring brings melting snow, budding flowers, warming temperatures, and a hidden season of traveler opportunity. Visiting before the rush of summer means avoiding the crowds … and the corresponding high prices.
Late Wednesday, the government suspended “all existing visas, except diplomatic, official, UN/international organizations, employment, project visas” until April 15. The visa-free travel facility for Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) holders has been suspended until the same date.
Packing for a beach holiday?
Got everything together? Clothes? Sunglasses? Passport? Check...Visa? Check.…wait, what?
Didn’t you know about these dazzling islands that you can travel to WITHOUT A VISA?
The Masjid-i Jahn-Numa commonly known as the Jama Masjid of Delhi is one of the largest mosques in India.
We have a list of Lesser-Known Facts About Jama Masjid In Delhi for you... 1. Jama Masjid Was Built By Shah Jahan Between 1644 and 1656.
2. The Construction Cost Then Was 1 Million Rupees And It Was Built By 5000 Workers
3. The Courtyard Of Jama Masjid Can Accommodate 25,000 People At A Time
March marks the beginning of summer in most of the regions of India, and this is just the perfect time to witness the blooming flowers, lush green tea estates, and majestic beaches.
So, we have a list of the best places to visit in March for you.
Delhi – Explore The Capital
#KumbhalgarhFort , is a major tourist attraction, many tourists from all over the world flocks in to confront the architectural magnificence, mesmerizing beauty, and legacy tales.
So, here are the reasons that make the fort an ultimate tourist destination of historic importance.
1. World’s Second Largest wall
#TravelNewsUpdate The latest reports suggest that this historic bus service between India and Myanmar will be flagged off on April 7, 2020. Reportedly, the 579 km bus service between Imphal in India and Mandalay in Myanmar will be the first bus link after 17 years of government talks and planning.
India Gate is one of the most popular monuments in our country. And it goes without mentioning that it is also the face of Delhi.
Let us take a look at some of the interesting facts that everyone would like to know about India Gate:-
Built-in the memory of soldiers
The architecture of India Gate is said to be inspired by Arc De Triomphe in Paris.
Rajasthan’s heritage has a distinct identity in the world & there are so many historical places to visit.
Jal Mahal is one such place incorporating the history of Rajasthan, It is one of the most prized tourist spots of Jaipur.
The palace and the lake around it were renovated and enlarged in the 18th century by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Amber.
Have you ever get a chance to visit Jal Mahal?
You will most definitely give yourself treats in your lifetime. Go to nice restaurants, visit awesome places and just make yourself feel special, but none of these undertakings hold the promise and sheer joy you will derive from a visit to the Taj Mahal.
Do you know?🤔 this interesting fact about Pondicherry
. #Pondicherry Celebrates Independence Day on August 16 While the Rest of The Nation Celebrates It on August 15!
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