Taking your family on a long vacation to your dream destination is truly a magical and precious moment. Fun, frolic and quality time is all what you need. But sometimes returning home from you vacation can become a tedious and laborious experience with all those excess baggage full of gifts, souvenirs and shopping items that your family has collected to relive the holidays.
Travelling to your university hostel from your home with heavy baggage/trunks/suitcases can be a tiresome job. Last minute loading/unloading your luggage in the train/bus is not only a stressful but also painful task. Here are the top five reasons why you should ship your baggage on your way to your university.
India is the fastest growing e-commerce market in the Asia-Pacific region and one of the most sought after investment options.
Tuck into and enjoy your royal treat of Alphonso mangoes with these great tips :
Always keep the box of Alphonsos at room temperature. Remove the bubblewrap and mango from their nets. Check if the mango is ripe. A ripe mango gives an appetising whiff. Do not refrigerate till the mango is ripe.
As the mango ripens, it gradually begins to shrink andthe skin wrinkles. This is a natural process and a phenomenon unique to theAlphonso.
Land of the hill people or Mizoram is the 23rd state of India. It has the distinction of being the second least populous state of the country. About 20 major hills and peaks range across the length and breadth of the state. It has the highest percentage area covered by forests amongst the Indian states. The Vantawng Falls are the 13th highest waterfalls in the country.
Far from the madding crowd, Tripura is among the oldest princely states of India and is home to 19 indigenous tribes. Nobel Laureate Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore penned eternal lines about Tripura: “When the woodlands of Tripura have sent out invitations to their floral feast through their courier of the south wind, I have come as a friend.”
Literally meaning “jeweled land”, the picturesque beauty of Manipur inspired Mrs. St Clair Grimwood (the author of “My three years in Manipur” in 1891) to describe the state as “a pretty place more beautiful than many show places of the world”. Even Late Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, the first prime minister of independent India, described Manipur as the “jewel of India”.
The scarcely known or less travelled North East of India is divided into 7 states. Collectively this region is known as the seven sisters. We are now becoming aware of the existence of these states because of acclaimed sports, films and TV personalities and tourism.
India is one of the world’s largest consumers of food and the third largest producer of agriculture, according to 2015 Top Markets Report on Cold Chain by International Trade Administration. India also holds the distinction of being the largest producer of milk in the world and boats of having the largest livestock population too.
Sikkim is one of the most beautiful and picturesque travel destinations in India. Surrounded by Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan, the ‘small but beautiful’ state of India offers spectacular view of snow-covered mountains.
They say you are never alone in Sikkim as the sight of the majestic Kanchenjunga range keeps you company from above and the gurgling Teesta River follows you down below. Sikkim is an experience every single person should have.
The people are warm, the diversity is rich, the food is delicious and the scenery is astounding.