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LoC and a Pakistani School in Turtuk - Wayfarer’s Corner
LoC and a Pakistani School in Turtuk - Wayfarer’s Corner
Turtuk region was captured by the Indian Army like many others during the 1971 war with Pakistan. The only difference is that this place was never returned to them after negotiations!  ...
1 Year Ago
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A Day in Banaras - Wayfarer’s Corner
A Day in Banaras - Wayfarer’s Corner
Varanasi or simply Banaras- the oldest continuously inhabited city of the world, a holy city which is older than history!   ...
2 Years Ago
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The \'Khaja\' story of Puri - Wayfarer’s Corner
The importance of Khaja can be gauged by the fact that Khaja is an integral part of Mahaprasada offered to the trio Lord Jagannath, Balavadra and Suvadra....
3 Years Ago
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The Someshwara Temple & Beach- Serenity at its best - Wayfarer’s Corner
The Someshwara Temple & Beach- Serenity at its best - Wayfarer’s Corner
The temple is situated atop a big rock which gives it an elevated position overlooking the Arabian Sea to the west and greenery elsewhere....
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Yana Caves- the rocks in the greens - Wayfarer’s Corner
Yana Caves- the rocks in the greens - Wayfarer’s Corner
The cave at the base of one of two weathered rocky outcrops had just enough light to navigate from one end to the other....
3 Years Ago
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Murdeshwar-The Land of Lord Shiva - Wayfarer’s Corner
Murdeshwar-The Land of Lord Shiva - Wayfarer’s Corner
The biggest attraction is of course the giant statue of Lord Shiva which can be seen from a long distance. At 37.5 meters (123 ft) this statue is India’s tallest and the world's second tallest statu...
3 Years Ago
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