Month: September 2017

Oxford in a day

During my Stay in the UK, wanderlust led me to search for all possible weekend destinations. One such destination was Oxford, which is a historic university city. Situated about 60 miles from London, makes it a comfortable day trip destination.  Apart from the fact that it is the oldest ever English university , Oxford has many things else to offer. From Stained glass churches, …

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Asian Paints Royal Atmos – A solution to Indoor Pollution

Imagine how simple life would be if the atmosphere would automatically cleanse itself every morning.Well, that is not the case. Infact mankind’s ever increasing needs for urbanization and globalization is happening at the cost of severe environmental pollution.Needless to say that this is an irreversible process as we cannot go back to the era when …

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Nagarjuna Nakshatra, Indiranagar

The Nagarjuna Group of restaurants is specialized in Andhra cuisine. There are at presently 5 outlets in Bangalore, located – at Residency Road, Indiranagar, Marathalli, Kormangla and Bannerghatta road. The ”Nakshatra” segment has been kept to bring forth the Nagarjuna brand to the next level- from traditional to contemporary, evolving from local cuisine to fine …

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A day at Salisbury and Stonehenge, England

Stonehenge dates back in the Neolithic era about 5000 years ago. It draws tourists due to its mystical prehistoric existence. Located in southern England, it is comprised of roughly 100 massive upright stones placed in a circular form. Many modern scholars believe that Stonehenge was once a burial ground. However, there are numerous other theories …

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