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Festival Special Ten Days of Empowerment in India in October

Summer in India is about to bid an adieu. The usually alleviating monsoon downpours were rather distasteful this year. It is the time when all physical and mental balances need to be restored with the help of the universe’s divine cosmic energy. According to Hindu beliefs, Goddess Shakti in its different manifestations comes into force at this time to empower the earth against negative influences. And this calls for the celebrations of festivities like Navratri, Durga Puja and Dussehra.

October Travel Destination Leisure Personified at Cool and Cozy Coorg

Come October and numerous South India destinations undergo positive influences of nature to greet their visitors. Coorg, the picture perfect hill station of Karnataka, is beautiful at face and generous at heart. Some striking facets of Mother Nature unwrap as you travel through the meandering hill roads flanked by wooded slopes.

Explore the Unexplored Waterfall Rappelling at Vihigao, Maharashtra

Bid adieu to your fear of height, while enjoying a fabulous adventure holiday. Located in Maharashtra’s Thane District is one of the best-kept secrets of Western Ghats called Vihigaon Waterfall. Falling from the height of about 120 feet, the vociferous waters of the fall are fast attracting the adventure seekers. A new kind of adventure sport called canyoneering can be experienced in its most thrilling form at the waterfall.

Delicious Biryani in Hyderabad Lip Smacking Biryani at the Best of Hyderabad Restaurants

October is going to be the month of festivals in India. Needless to say, food is an inseparable part of festive celebrations across the country. Biryani, the royal cuisine that was invented in the Mughal kitchens centuries ago, has taken the round of the world in many different forms. However, the irresistible flavours and aromas of this delicious rice preparation can be enjoyed at some of the best Biryani Joints and Indian restaurant in the city of Hyderabad.

Delicious October Travel News Jodhpur’s Spirit High for Rajasthan - International Folk Festival 2013

Endorsed by UNESCO and applauded by the international folk artists, Rajasthan International Folk Festival is an exclusive celebration of folk music. The 2013 instalment of the annual festival is expected to be more spectacular than ever. The five day long festival begins on October 17 at the majestic Mehrangarh Fort of royal Jodhpur City.

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