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Did you know... India is the birthplace of chess. The original word for “chess” is the Sanskrit Chaturanga, meaning “four members of an army”—which were mostly likely elephants, horses, chariots, and foot soldiers.

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Lone travellers takes you to the colourful village of Pipli in Orissa, known for its applique craft at a great price, food and accommodation included !like and comment on this post for further details

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Forget the olympics...Indian villages have something more exciting to offer...!! Punjab plays host to something much more exciting, and rustic, every year. Kila Raipur, a small village in Ludhiana, comes alive between February and March each year, as it plays host to a sports festival- Punjabi style. Hundreds of people throng to this fair, some to watch while others to participate.

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Nothing can beat the delicious Indian sweets...here's Bengal's super hit sweet, made with sweetened cottage cheese and flavored with cardamom and kesar - Sandesh

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Lone travellers takes you to Hampi, a village in northern Karnataka, where the beautiful and notable Hindu temples make a great tourist destination

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