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Dolly Kumar, Founder & Director of Gaia

Dolly Kumar, Founder & Director of Gaia

Is your immune system at an all-time low during the changing season? Founder and Director at GAIA, one of India’s fastest growing health and nutrition brand, Dolly Kumar shares few healthy food snacks that will help boost your immune system.

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Kolkata – Where the cultured and the rustic collide

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When you think of Kolkata’s old spelling (Calcutta), it conjures up images of the colonial-era, replete with its aura of sophistication and the grandiloquent structure of the Victoria Memorial. But Kolkata is much more than its British architecture – it is a daily festival.

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Prashar Lake – A perfect weekend trek in Himachal

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After my first solo trip with a bunch of strangers, I almost knew, this will become a new hobby. And guess what? I manifested my second trip in no time. This time, my calling came from the grand Prashar Lake; this time, I travelled with some old and new fellow travelers.

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Rishikesh Chronicles by Debarati Dasgupta

Rishikesh

Rishikesh

Rishikesh has always been THE place for spiritual seekers and yoga enthusiasts, with masses of ashrams and all kinds of meditation classes. But today, this religious town on the fast-flowing Ganges, surrounded by forested hills, is conducive to a lot more than just limb-twisting and praying.

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From Kasol to Malana and Tosh – by Vidhi Bhargav

Travel chronicles from Kasol

Travel chronicles from Kasol

I sometimes feel, it is imperative to feel confident from within so that others have confidence in you – making way for a desired getaway. An extended weekend came through amidst a very hectic work schedule; it was literally like a refreshing breath of silver linings. Also, this extended weekend had Holi nestled in it and I wanted to make the most of it. I stumbled upon a trip to Kasol with a bunch of unknown travelers. Something felt damn right about this whole ‘solo’ group trip. I wanted to go, and after lots of fights with my folks and hours of convincing, I finally made it happen.

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