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Exploring Amber Fort: Rajasthan’s Heritage

Posted on Apr 10, 2024 in Travel

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We were mesmerised as we stepped into the world of Amber Fort, an architectural gem nestled in the heart of Rajasthan, India. With its rich history and stunning design, this majestic fortress invites visitors to embark on a journey through time. Amber Fort, also known as Amer Fort, stands as a testament to the opulence …

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Language Immersion Programme at Rugby School (UK)

Posted on Apr 05, 2024 in Travel

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Rugby School truly exemplified its reputation as one of the best residential educational institutions in the UK. Established in 1957, it is one of the oldest residential schools in England and is the birthplace of Rugby. Our visit here provided us with invaluable insights, lifelong memories, the chance to connect with students from around the …

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Adventure Trails at Neen Shimla

Posted on Apr 05, 2024 in Travel

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We, the students of Delhi Public School, Raj Nagar Extension, embarked on a journey to Neen Shimla where we indulged in adventurous activities. We were thrilled to explore the transformative power of adventure camps. Adventure camps are the perfect playground for those seeking exciting challenges, whether ziplining or trekking up a steep hill or navigating …

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Unique and Magical Charms of Bali

Posted on Apr 02, 2024 in Travel

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There is nothing quite like the natural beauty and rich heritage of Bali. We enjoyed its vibrant temples, intricate arts and crafts, rich spiritual traditions, and warm hospitality towards visitors. The people are extremely friendly and welcoming. The Ubud Royal Palace, in Ubud town is a historical landmark and cultural icon of Bali. It was …

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Ranthambore: The Wild Side of India

Posted on Apr 02, 2024 in Travel

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There is a famous slogan that goes, “A world without wildlife is a world without beauty.” We believe that is very true because most of the beauty we see around us comes from nature, like forests, mountains, and rivers. Today, human beings are the bulls in a China shop as they are careless towards nature …

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Jim Corbett: The Tiger’s Den

Posted on Apr 02, 2024 in Travel

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We, the students of VDJS, visited Jim Corbett from 18th to 20th March. Our first day started at 4 am as we headed for a 10 hour road trip on a bus. When we arrived at Jim Corbett, we received a grand welcome, along with a delicious lunch. On the second day, we were divided …

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The Animals of Ranthambore

Posted on Mar 21, 2024 in Travel

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It is best to leave some things undisturbed, such as the unmatched beauty of nature. Nature holds the unique ability to heal and rejuvenate us. This prompts us to reflect on the impact of human intervention on its delicate balance. Just take a moment to reflect on what we, as humans, have done to nature. …

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What Wikipedia Can`t Tell you About the Lake District of India

Posted on Mar 20, 2024 in Travel

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Nainital, known as the Lake District of India, is a popular hill station nestled in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. It is known for its scenic beauty, pleasant weather, and rich flora and fauna. The town was founded by an English businessman in the 19th century. In 1862, Nainital gained prominence as the summer seat …

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Jallianwala Bagh

Posted on Mar 20, 2024 in Travel

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The story of Jallianwala Bagh, even after 104 years, stirred anger and sadness in our hearts. On our enlightening visit, we learned about the tragedy that took place in Jallianwala Bagh. The tragedy took place on the day of Baisakhi when thousands of people had gathered at the Jallianwala Bagh for a political meeting to …

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Magnificent Mysore Palace

Posted on Mar 20, 2024 in Travel

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We felt that the Indian modern architecture is nothing compared to the timeless beauty of Mysore Palace. We learnt about the history of and the rituals followed by the kings who resided in this palace. The Mysore Palace we see today was originally made of wood. Unfortunately, it was burnt down. During the reign of …

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