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The intent of Farbound.Net is to encourage travel and exploration to foster a deeper respect of the world we live in. Cultivate in people a love and responsibility towards the environment, species and humanity. And contribute to the growth of tourism, area specific businesses, institutions and services. Farbound.Net is also a knowledge platform for people from across the globe to connect over and welcomes readers to suggest their views, inputs and discuss featured topics using the comment box, responsibly. To know more about Farbound.Net connect with me via email: founder.farbound.siddhartha@gmail.com or call: +91 9805626010.

How long do you want your Dosa?

Not long ago, the crepe style South Indian Dosa, managed to cross the borders of cultural taste and ethnic barrier to become a preferred pick of the menu - inspiring restaurants to enlarging its size for more engagement.

Asia’s best urban utopia.

In the 1930s the haunting melancholy of the Lodi era tombs, inspired the wife of the British governor general, to plant the seeds of what is today Delhi's oldest garden.

The invincible buffalo demon.

Thousands of miles away from the labyrinth of the Minotaur in Crete, comes another legendary tale of a bull-man creature that in mythological times rose from the underworld to terrorize heaven and earth.

National Museum Delhi.

The National Museum Delhi is one of the city's oldest and most recognized landmarks for discovering India's rich past.

National Rail Museum.

The National Rail Museum in Delhi narrates the history of Indian rail from its humble British origin to its present day Goliath form.

Tibet House Museum.

A mid size hall adorned with family heirloom and artifacts of the Tibetan people living in exile since leaving the country of their birth.

The man who eclipsed emperors even in death.

Constructed by his son and heir, the mausoleum of Safdurjung, a Persian Noble who lived and died during the waning days of a Mughal Empire is the last great monumental construction in tomb architecture of the period.

Back from the brink of extinction.

Hunted for meat and plumes, Egrets were once a doomed species.

The wise one.

Revered by the ancient Athenians as a scared mascot of Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom, the Little Owl is a formidable predator capable of surviving almost anywhere in the world.

At home in the water as in the air.

Perched on a stunted tree stub after a recent underwater hunt, an Oriental Darter stretches out its wings to dry, under a weak winter sun in Keoldeao National Park.