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Yoga Teacher Training in India - Things to be taken care of before you join - Spiritual Trips - Kiss From The World - Travel and People Magazine

Things to be taken care of before you join Yoga Teacher Training in India

Yoga Teacher Training in India would be the best option if you want to become a Certified Yoga Teacher. Nothing can be better than becoming a Yoga Teacher from the place...

A Weekend Long Stint in Dharamshala, India - Spirutal Trips Travel to India - Travel and People Magazine - Kiss From The World

A Weekend Long Stint in Dharamshala

It was an extended weekend for us– mainly because it was my best friend’s birthday on Friday. Both of us decided to ditch our partners and do something different...

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A Yogic Weekend Getaway in Rishikesh

It was Friday evening – a dress down day and so, was the mood. I was not through the day and, yet my spirit was already exuberant about two days to total relaxation...

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Shirdi Sai Baba & The Temple: Divinity All Around…

“Sabka Maalik Ek (There is only one GOD who governs all)” is one of the most popular phrases I have come across right from my childhood and I personally believe in...

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A Religious Visit To The Palitana Temple Town

Having traveled to New Delhi just about 2 weeks back to capture some of the city’s Mughal-era tombs and monuments, it felt a right time for me to pay an equal...

Finding myself in St Louis Cemetery No. 1

I wrapped my oversized cardigan around me a little tighter as my feet crunched over the leaves that peppered the footpath, and the early morning wind blew as if it were...

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Glastonbury: An insight into an eclectic, holistic and alternative community

Glastonbury isn’t your run of the mill English town; it is a breath of fresh air. It is both bewildering and fascinating to those that visit it and those that live...

Jomyo-in Temple

This beautiful, other-worldly temple area is home said to be home to 84, 000 Jizo images, the Shinto god known to be protector of children (and, some say, travellers)....

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The Stranger I Wrote a Letter to in Hanoi

When I was in Hanoi, I decided I should check out Giang Cafe, the birthplace of a local culinary invention called egg coffee. On Monday evening, I took note to try it...

What Wikipedia Can’t Tell You About the Red Rocks of Sedona

Some people rely on Wikipedia for everything, But did you know that there are things that Wikipedia can’t tell you about the red rocks of Sedona? Sometimes it’s best...

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