India is known for its secularism and this is the main reason that you will find a wide range of festivals being celebrated the entire year round. India is big on celebration and everything is celebrated in abundance, colour, music or dance!
India is a place of celebration, not just in literal terms, but also in terms of other prospects. The country celebrates people, culture and traditions. It celebrates achievements and joy. There is a reason people from all across the world are well versed with this country and it has always been in every other person’s bucket list.
Travel Blogger Q&A Series – These are the amazing people that travel the world and share their stories on their blogs. Through this series, I aim to share a better understanding of travel bloggers apart from their blogs – a little more on the personal side of travel! Join me in this interview with Rahat from Travel Trivago!
Who doesn’t love street food!? It’s fast and easy, tastes divine and is usually pretty cheap! I’ve tried almost all, save a few. In this Tastiest Street Food Saga, we take a look at Dürüm, Pani Puri, Funnel Cake, Dim Sum and Empanadas!