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Family Travel Tips: 5 Ways To Make A Trip Relaxing For Everyone
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Family Travel Tips: 5 Ways To Make A Trip Relaxing For Everyone

While trips make the best vacation experience for many people, it becomes a challenge for some families to travel together because each member has their expectations far from the rest. But isn’t it supposed to be awesome to spend the holiday together during a trip and come back with experiences and lessons for life improvement? Yes, traveling together ought to be a pleasant experience for everyone. It is not only imaginable but also possible. With adequate preparations and upfront arrangements, you can have the most pleasant expedition for the entire family. This post gives you five simple tips to follow to ensure that everyone has the most memorable experience on your next family trip. Read Here - Solo travel is the best. 1. Prepare Your Kids Children can get over-excited...
Sukh Niwas Mahal Bundi- The Place where Rudyard Kipling Stayed
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Sukh Niwas Mahal Bundi- The Place where Rudyard Kipling Stayed

Every site I visited in Bundi, I found how glorious the city would have been in the past. From forts to cenotaphs and lakes, this place must have enjoyed a splendid time. Bundi may not be a hot tourist spot, but it’s a perfect destination for offbeat travelling. If you are around Delhi and looking for a weekend destination, solo or with others, you may wanna consider Bundi as your place. Two days are enough to explore this lesser-known travellers’ paradise. Though I only spent one day in this city and visited as many places as possible in one day; my second last site was Sukh Niwas Mahal Bundi. Jait Sagar Lake (View from Sukh Niwas Palace Bundi) The city is stuffed with lots of historical places including 84 Pillared Cenotaphs, Raniji ki Baori, Taragarh, etc. which make Bundi ...
Architectural Marvellous of Raniji Ki Baori Bundi – The Queen’s Stepwell
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Architectural Marvellous of Raniji Ki Baori Bundi – The Queen’s Stepwell

I am much fascinated towards the ancient architecture and the kind of monuments people back then have built. Be it for living, amusement or even for combating any unseen danger or situation, these monuments are a fine example of how those people thought and created masterpieces out of bricks and stones. One of such architectural marvel that I visited in November last year was Raniji Ki Baori Bundi. The queen’s stepwell is among the most noteworthy step-wells due to its architecture, design and decoration. The Queen’s Stepwell Stepwells are an integral part of Indian history and architecture plan. Mainly constructed to deal with the water shortage situation, these stepwells were water reservoirs built by kings or other rich men for charity purposes and you will find several of th...