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India’s Cup 2018: Day 6

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The highlights of Day 6 on the India’s Cup 2018. The sixth day of the India’s Cup provided one of the most scenic routes of the entire event. Coimbatore to Mysore isn’t usually a tough drive, but we always like to make things more challenging. We suggested traversing the winding roads […]

The Beautiful Backwaters of Kerala

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 When travelling to South India, the beautiful backwaters of Kerala are unmissable. Here’s why:   What are the backwaters of Kerala?     Originally formed by water coming down from the Western Ghats, the beautiful Kerala backwaters are a series of connected lagoons, running along almost half the length of […]

Why You Should Visit the Western Ghats

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Here’s why you should visit the Western Ghats. Sometimes India’s cities can be a little too fast-paced, a little too busy, and often a little too hot. When you need to take a break from the crowds, there’s no better way than to visit the Western Ghats. The mountain range […]

Places to visit in India: Top 10 sites in South India on the India’s Cup

Brihadeeswarar Temple Thanjavur

The India’s Cup has been over for over 10 days, which has given us a chance to reminisce about all the wonderful places to visit in India on the way. Our inaugural adventure car rally took us on quite a journey around South India, where we may have broken down […]

Stopping for Tea: India’s Cup Winds its Way Through Ooty and the Nilgiri Hills

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The morning after Mysore, our teams decided to head out to Coimbatore taking different routes and at different times. Hindipendent Racing were keen to get on the road early to head up to the Western Ghats and the Nilgiri Hills to explore the land of tea, while the Sarriors wanted […]

Spotlight on Kerala

Kerala Backwaters near Allepey

This state on India’s southern point is a haven to relax in, not just because of its natural beauty like the stretches of sandy beaches and swaying palms, but mostly because of the relaxed, laid back attitude of the locals. Kerala is India, but a more relaxed version.