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Sri Mata Vaishno Devi.

Faith, mythical legends and the charm of walking on a well paved road winding up a Himalayan foothill with multiple facilities and breathtaking sights of the countryside makes Sri Mata Vaishno Devi both a popular pilgrim destination and a holiday option.

In the shade of structural engineering.

Silhouetted against an early evening sun, the Bhuntar-Manali bypass bridge makes for a framed picture of new age structural engineering in Hatithan, Bhuntar.
Euro3 Volvo Front Seat

The best seats in the house.

A near about 180 degree view greets passengers on board the Swede built Euro3 Volvo passenger bus leaving port at Himachal Bhawan in New Delhi.

Foggy window.

Fog blurs the huge bay window of a Euro 3 Volvo in enroute to the Kullu Valley. Cold winter weather normally fogs up windows when the interior gets warmer than the exterior but summer rain can do the trick as well.

Misty valley.

A spell of rain turns a Himalayan gorge into a traveller's delight at the Beas View Guest House in Himachal Pradesh, India.

Human rights before religion.

A Catholic institution in Ranchi, Jharkhand, India that established its roots fighting for the rights of the poor and downtrodden.

Tears of Shiva.

A giant size statue of Hindu god Shiva and consort Sati remind passers by of a love story from Indian mythology.

A city with a growing love for dining out.

A queue of customer patiently await tables outside one of Ranchi's several eating establishments.
Thali Meal

The Thali Meal.

In multi-cuisine restaurants, the wholesome Indian Thali makes for a rather hefty main course for both large and light appetites. And an excellent way to savor multiple Indian cuisines without having to order them separately.

The hill of poets and playwrights.

Within the city of Ranchi, Jharkhand, India lies a wooded hill that once was the property of a lesser known but famous Bengali playwright.