Vidhi Bubna

I believe that writing holds immense power as it can spread awareness among people and I love the beauty of language. The same phrase could be quoted using so many different words in so many different languages. I love to travel and explore different cultures and traditions. India has been my favourite country no matter how much I have travelled as it has such a beautiful and colourful diversity.

How the Art of Drinking Tea has Changed My Life

The simple aroma of tea in my house changes my mood and adds to a fresh start even in the middle of the day. I’m not a traditional tea person, I love green tea.

Plan your Next Couple’s Trip to The Savoy in Mussoorie

Amidst snow capped peaks in Mussoorie, there is a hotel named “Savoy”. It looks like a grand palace from the outside and has a heritage element attached to it.

Is the Party Culture in Mumbai Slowly Dying Down?

The youth is redefining the party culture in Mumbai from a night party scene to a day party scene. From social taboo extended towards drinking in the day

7 Unique Things About Bhutan that Makes it Culturally Rich!

7 things about Bhutaneese culture which I learned and which have left me more intrigued than ever.

My Offbeat and Culturally Rich Trip to Orissa

For all those who like to explore culture and learn more about India, Orissa is the perfect destination for you. You can not only go here with your family, but you can also visit with your friends.

Why Park Street Describes Kolkata in a Nutshell

We walked around Park Street together and explored the city through the childlike eye of my friend. 

All You Need to know About the Reforestation Drive in Shimla this Year

The red house looks even more magnificent in the hills when it is surrounded by snow. After hosting a successful “clean the forest” drive in April, Sanjay is now organizing a “Reforestation drive” with forest officials. 

Visit this Distillery in Goa and Try their Metaphorical Treasures

Goans socialize on beach shacks and in parties, they are used to meeting strangers and being really friendly towards them. Mr. Solomon Diniz, the owner of the Adinco distillery was really friendly to us.

The Teenage Shiva Cult: Trapped in Illusion of Spirituality?

Shiva cult is becoming a popular culture among Indian teenagers who tend to misinterpret the God’s symbols and are trapped in an illusion of spirituality

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