Category: Beyond The Beaten Track

The World of Religions Did you know?

          The desire and ability to acquire knowledge distinguishes the human society from every other species. It is through knowledge that human beings control nature, both…
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The Unheard Kaziranga

  "Behind the veil of scenic beauty and nature, there lurks many a problem that many aren’t aware of—the illegal poaching of rhinos for their horns being the most crucial…
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Inner Human Revolution – The Way To Growth & Fulfillment

Human Revolution,in its essence,simply refers to the inner transformation we bring about in the core of our being,so that we can enjoy a truly joyous,fulfilling existence every moment of our lives. So…
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FIVE SPIRITUAL LESSONS FROM NATURE WHICH IS LIFE CHANGING

Learning, they say is a continuous process in Life - it just never ends. From the time we are born, we are learning from our parents, teachers, friends, books, media,…
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Trees and its role in our lives

A tree stands witness to the world like an old soul, full of wisdom and compassion. While cutting of trees for wood, fuel or land space is inescapable for the…
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To Sleep, Perchance to Dream: Celebrating World Sleep Day 2018

‘Also, I could finally sleep. And this was the real gift, because when you cannot sleep, you cannot get yourself out of the ditch—there's not a chance.’ ― Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray,…
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International Women’s Day: Prakriti & The Feminine Principle

WOMEN AND NATURE “Nature is like a woman who enjoys disguising herself, and whose different disguises, revealing now one part of her and now another, permit those who study her…
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Predators Under Threat: Raising Awareness for Tiger Conservation on World Wildlife Day

  World Wildlife Day (March 3rd) is the day dedicated, by the United Nations, to the noble cause of promoting awareness and celebrating the variety of flora and fauna found…
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Tete-a-tete with Ranjita Biswas | Solo Traveler

As the world seems to be shrinking with flights to destination never heard before, instant internet connectivity and couch surfing becoming a norm, travel literature as compared to the Instagram…
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Translator must always stay true to the original work

Jayakanthan (24 April 1934 – 8 April 2015), popularly known as JK, was an Indian writer, journalist, orator, film-maker, critic and activist. Born in Cuddalore, he dropped out of school at an early…
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