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History of Nalanda goes back to the days of Mahavira and Buddha in 6th century B.C. It was the place of birth and Nirvana of Sariputra, one of the famous disciples of Buddha.

Bihar Chronicles: Clueless in Patna
Travelogue Submitted By: vishnu.kumar7 on 2013-10-07

View of Ganges from Golghar
                                            View of Ganges from Golghar

Some places freak you out with their hauntingly quiet isolation. Some grate on your nerves with their touristy cacaphony. And then there is Sarahan. Soaked in mythology, witness to a lot of interesting history, and surrounded by verdant mountains on all sides, this little temple town is just the right mix of serenity and bustle.

Situated on the northern shore of River Ganges, Vaishali is bordered by hills of Nepal on the northern side and touches timid river of Gandak on the west. As per a legend, Vaishali was once infested with plague and when Buddha entered Vaishali, it rained heavily expunging the town from all the infections.

Chandratal – The lake of the moon
Travelogue Submitted By: pixiesworkshop on 2013-09-23

Prayer Flags by Lake side
Prayer flags by the lake

Tea Estate Gwaldam
                                            Tea Estate Gwaldam

Kausani: Lesser Majesty of Kumaon
Travelogue Submitted By: vishnu.kumar7 on 2013-08-22

If I travel down the memory lane to the early days of my wandering life, I can only go back till Kumaon not further down. Kumaon was one of those early escapes which made me fall for the Himalayas; the ethereal mountain series which I kept exploring in different states of India, in different countries, in varied geographies but sadly I never returned back to Kumaon.

Somehow refraining myself to fill this article with my usual philosophical and dreamy utterance. Here is the draft version of the travel guide intended for all types of travelers to Kullu-Manali and adjoining valleys (Parvati, Banjar, Sainj etc). In order to avoid chaos, I am not including details about all the tourist attractions.

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