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Happiness, Hippie Tales

Through My Soulful Lens: Holipura Village Visit Around Chambal

  What comes to your mind, when you first think of Chambal? Do you think about Phoolan Devi or Paan Singh Tomar? I know even the name ‘Chambal’ creates a fear in our mind but the time has changed. The ravines of the Chambal village no longer house the famous dacoits. The ravines of Chambal (Madhya Pradesh’s Morena and Uttar Pradesh’s Bundalkhand) might definitely be a house to a thousand folklores once upon a time, the ones that are mostly narrated by our grannies in an attempt to threaten us but the village holds much more than what we’ve always …

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Hello, guys, Welcome to Cheryl Rambles! “I am Cheryl John; a quirky storyteller celebrating life exploring the Indian culture, hogging on food and playing with pots and pans while cooking something scrumptious for my family and friends.” You can even call me a keen writer by profession, a cook as most of my cousins call me and even a travel bug by passion. In love with everything around me, I live my life as a freelance Content Provider and a Creative Content writer, dotting her dreams and turning them into reality while tossing a green salad and making sure the …

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Singapore: My 3 Days Itinerary

The Lion City or the Garden City, Singapore is one of the most prominent tourist destination in South- East Asia. And if you are thinking going that far for 3 or 4 days won’t be enough, you need to give this piece a read. So, If you are looking for a short holiday, and you don’t want to end up feeling sad about booking flights to an island somewhere in the Arabian Sea or even a cheap holiday destination right here in India, look no further as Singapore- the dynamic country/ state/ city is just a short flight away. The …

Happiness, Hippie Tales

Travel Diary: My Diu Sojourn

There is nothing as liberating as an unplanned trip, and the best way to experience all of it is by road. Undoubtedly, the best memories are made when you are traveling by road, and you meet a lot of people, and of course, you get something to tick off your bucket list too.  While you might have always heard of the names, Daman and Diu together, they are 650 km apart from each other. Diu is very unlike India’s beach destinations. Tussling waves, quiet beaches and a small island linked by a bridge to Gujarat is what makes it different from the other “summer by the …

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