Weird traditions followed around the world

The world is surrounded by different kind of people and different kinds of rituals. Every place has its traditions and believes. But here is the list of some very weird traditions and beliefs followed round the world.

• Break the dishes and get the newlyweds to clean the mess:

The tradition followed in Germany. Friends and family of the bride and groom come together and break dishes and the newlyweds have to clean it to give them a lesson about life how to work together in difficult situations.

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Walking through Greeneries

Ah, the feeling of walking in nature is much different feel the traffic of Acity life. Nature walking takes you away from all the hassles of daily life and lets you slow down and breathe. I love walking along nature trails, I love to behold myself in the beauty of dedicated nature.

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Top honeymoon destination

Honeymoons are a kick start to your new journey and why not make this never-ending journey beginning beautiful and refreshing.So if you planning your honeymoon abroad here are some eautiful destination options to soothe your mind and give your better half a beautiful time and some lovely surprise.

  1. Switzerland
    It is the most beautiful and romantic honeymoon destination in the world. This place attracts many of the newlyweds. You can go boating on the River Limmat, walk in the charming streets and explore the museums scattered all around for a truly magnificent honeymoon. The Jungfrau Region, Chateau de Chillon, Swiss National Park, Fasnacht Spring Carnival, Geneva, and The Matterhorn places to visit.
  2. Fiji Islands
    While many destinations claim to be a ‘paradise’, they seem to lose the title the moment Fiji comes to picture. This is a beautiful island, which never ceases you to capture your heart. The Palm trees and the cliffs along with some mesmerizing views of the splendid island is a treat. Viti Levu, Nadi, Mamanucas, Fire-Walking on Beqa,

Vanua Levu, Savusavu, and Falls of Taveuni are some of
the places to visit.


  1. Belize
    This place is blessed with Picturesque scenery, crystal clear beaches, Maya temples, and greenery. Surprisingly, you can opt for a luxurious stay at an affordable price. Actun Tunichil Muknal, Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, Caye Caulker, Xunantunich, Lamanai, Placencia and Great Blue Hole are places to explore.
  2. Bahamas
    This place is having beautiful beaches of the most A romantic destination in the world. The Bahamas is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations for couples from all over the world, due to the graceful hospitality, numerous adventurous activities, and delicious Latin
    cuisine. Visit this lovely destination and pamper yourself with love in the air.
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Top 5 Most Beautiful Beaches in India

Beaches are one of the best creations of nature, where the Sun, Sand, and Sea come together to celebrate their love. A place to feel freedom, relax and enjoy every moment of your life. If you want to cherish one of the most pleasant moments of your life, you should visit the beaches. Here is the list of the most beautiful beaches in India.

Goa – Calangute, Baga and Palolem Beach:
Goa is a land of most exotic beaches in India, these beaches of Goa are counted as the best tourist destination in India. Goa is popular for its exotic beaches, tasty cuisines and mix culture. Goa is famous for its variety of beaches all along, if you wish to spend your holiday at any exotic locations in India, then it definitely should be Goa.

Karnataka – Gokarna, and St. Mary’s Islands Beach:
All the beaches in Karnataka have a unique continuity with lush green and naturally attractive. If you are fond of beaches, you should not miss this one, which offers the most attractive beaches in the world.

Andamans and Nicobar Islands – Radhnagar and Elephant Beach:
Andamans and Nicobar Island are known for their exotic untouched and virgin beaches. Radhnagar Beach, Harminder Bay Beach, Ramnagar Beach, Nicobar beaches and Karmatang Beach are the fewvmost popular beaches in Andaman Island. The most worthy and scenic beauty will mesmerize you.

Tamil Nadu – Kanyakumari, Marina, and Covelong Beach:
Tamilnadu is famous for its blue beaches and sunny skies, Some of the nicest beaches are Marina beach, Kanyakumari Beach, Mahabalipuram beach. Tamil Nadu is the land of wonderful beaches and if you are very much fond of having a holiday in the lap of beaches, you should be here with the nearest ones.

Orissa – Puri, Chandipur and Gopalpur Beach:
Orissa Beaches are famous for there golden sand and blue water. Exquisite Beaches of Orissa include Puri, Chandipur, Gopalpur beach, Talasari beach, and Balaramgadi beach. Beach fantasy will make you feel delighted.

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So many books, so little time.

Books, yes they are my favorite topic to write on, being a bookworm, I never get bored when I have a room full of books to discover. I love for my books enhanced during my school days. Born and brought up in a Bengali family with refined culture and polished community, I’m delighted enough for my destiny.
Writing has never been in my journey, I was always biased with my studies, I was always hoping to plan a better future for me and my family, who has continuously assisted me to live my dreams.

When it comes to my reading sense, I was never fond of reading books since childhood, due to the hassles of school I flipped through some old pages of Bankimchandra, but when I realized enough that the struggling words couldn’t help my vocabulary to accept, I willingly changed my adore for English novels. That’s where my journey begins. the first story I read when I was in school days, The Black Beauty, David Copperfield, Gulliver’s Travels repeatedly and habitually engulfed my addition.

When I was in class eight, I was extremely fortunate to get a book gifted by my brother, the book by Ravinder Singh, “I too had a love story”. That’s the time when I fell in love with books, this time permanently and eternally.

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Samsara- Cycle of Rebirth and Reincarnation

Since childhood, you have always been taught, “if you ought to do bad to someone that returns to you in future”. Well, this is called karma, and we all know about this. Samsara has the literal meaning which means a cycle of rebirth and reincarnation. Where your soul is reborn, again and again. We have often heard about that after our death, we are again reborn in some other place, in the universe and living our lives again.

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Oldest ancient cities around the globe

These ancient cities have seen human civilization evolve. There are hundreds and hundreds of ancient cities around the globe which have the oldest histories and refinement of culture throughout. Here is the list of those ancient cities which still portray the same ancient feel of the first human civilization.

Faiyum, Egypt: The modern Egyptian city of Faiyum occupies an area on the Nile River that has hosted human settlements for thousands of years, including the ancient city of Sheet. The city still portrays the ancient feel of 4000 decades ago.

Today, Faiyum is home to roughly 350,000 people. Jerusalem: Jerusalem is one of several cities that arose between 4,000 and 5,000 years ago in the thriving Levant region, but it holds a unique place in history as the nexus of three major religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

The city is home to a wealth of spiritual and religious sites — and a long history of strife. It is popular in the history of Christian society. Varanasi, India: According to Hindu legend, Varanasi is more than 5,000 years old and is considered the the oldest city in the world, though evidence of habitation only goes back about 3,000 years, according to the BBC. It is situated on the banks of sacred Ganges River, which also contributes the oldest feel throughout the city.

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Just Bengali things.

Being a Bengali, its very tough to chalk out a single best thing about Bengali. The culture of Bengal encompasses the region of Tagores and Rays.
Growing up as Bengali, was for me like a series of expectations, a grand culture of classical artists, knowledge of epic fantasies like Mahabharata and what else? Its Durga Pujo.

There are plenty of awesome happenings of being a Bengali, firstly the language, Bangla which is considered to be the sweetest among all, a proud moment for all the Bengali just lies between this considerable moment of dreams.

Then it comes to food and ADDA. Yes, born and brought up in a Bengali family, I have always been fond of foods, we have so many combinations of food, different for particular weather arrives with a familiar tone of Khichuri and Ilish bhaja, perfect for a rainy day and another winter is complete without pithepuli at our place.

Being Bengali, we are totally familiar with “baro mashe tero parbon”, yes, plenty of pujas, several rituals and at last Durga Puja, everything is so special about being Bengali. Brought up in a family with enhanced and polished culture, I have a mastermind privilege of knowing Tagore’s poems, stories, songs and watching films of Satyajit Ray’s and Ritwik Ghotok is absolutely a glorified moment for me.

And what about having notable places of Bengal? Whether it be Victoria Memorial or Cathedral, whether Eden Gardens or Howrah Bridge, each of them carries a creation of historical significance, they preserve the work of most elegant people from the pages of history.

The region with a historical melting point, blending indigenous traditions with cosmopolitan influences has a superior empire to be considered as the richest part of the subcontinent. And the nostalgic mentality of every Bengali is surely enhanced by the beauty of this city, Kolkata, the city of joy.
Yes, another word we can’t miss in the brand of sports, that is DADA. Our cricket is quite synonyms with Sourav Ganguly we are much more reliable with his superior skills and you can’t find any bong who is not a fan of DADA.

There’s more, Bong people are so damn cultured, a perfect people to embrace their significant culture of intellectual civilization. While we glory ourselves with our skills, we sometimes unknowingly give a ton of shades to a whole lot a people in the world.

Bengalis have an acumen for everything politics. When a bunch of Bongs sits around with cha, it’s inevitable that adda would veer towards an adrenaline-fuelled debate about politics and ideologies of this Nation.

There’s a list never-ending to add in the content of being a Bengali. Enhancing my culture for twenty-one years and still hoping to enhance the power of a Bengali till the decades. I’ll be proud to carry this glorious journey of being a Bengali.

I’ll be always happy flaunting my polished traditions attached to the city of joy, I’ll be continuously delighted with our finest refinement of magnificent perception in the way to delicacy and proficiency.

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Indian Museum- Glorifying Ancient feels

Indian Museum, a loyalty to witness has rare collections of antiques, armor and ornaments, fossils, skeletons, mummies and Mughal paintings. With a central courtyard that allows sun and rest to the visitor, it offers a grand story on a delightful view. Captured with opulence of vision, the museum tells a ton of stories etched on ancient histories by unrelenting time.

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Forbidden places
  1. Snake island Brazil 
    One of the dangerous place to visit and the place is been count on the list of the forbidden region. 93 miles far away from the coast of Sao Paulo, Brazil is Ilha da Queimada Granda, also known as Snake Island. According to the researcher’s estimation, there is approx one to five snake at a distance of 10 square feet. The snakes are poisonous, specifically the golden lanceheads snakes.
  2. Lascaux Caves, France
    It is home to a series of human race paintings that provide enormous insight. The Paleolithic paintings estimated to be up to 20,000 years old. The paintings are carved on the wall of caves which depicts the painting of cattle, bison, cats and many more. But the attractive one could be found are the paintings of hall and bulls. Unfortunately, the place is forbidden since the 1960s as the place has been invaded by fungi and black mold which are dangerous to human health. 
  3. North Sentinel Island, India 
    The Island is occupied by a tribe called the “Sentinelese”. These people refuse communication with outsiders. The isolated tribe is very protective to save their tribe from the modern world. It is located on a small island in the Andaman chain of the Bay of Bengal. In 2004 tsunami the Indian coast to locate a survey over the island, men of tribe emerged from the forest started shooting arrows at the helicopter. The community is very aggressive when an outer person tries to invade their community.
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Best clubs in Delhi

Clubs are what we find for our celebration. So why not throw the party in one of those best clubs in Delhi which will have a great ambience and will kick your parties.
Here are some options for you.


  1. Kitty Su, The Lalit
    The space of the club, divided into four divisions: ‘list’, ‘salon’, ‘dressing room’, and ‘stay with us’. The only club in India which is on the list of top 100 DJ Mags of the world. Moving from one room to another, patrons are sneaked into a completely different vibe each with a discrete theme, and sound system of its own, and accessible by secluded doors.
    Location – The Lalit, Barakhamba Avenue, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi
  2. Privee, Shangri-La’s Eros Hotel
    Priveé is known for one of the most fashionable parties in Delhi. The decor is majestic with the hint of modern architecture,s, luxe designs and many more. A lavish bar and a massive terrace you surely going to notice and love the ambience around. It is one of the few clubs where the party is on until 4 AM.
    Location- Shangri-La’s Eros Hotel Complex, Above Kanishka Shopping Mall Arcade, 19, Ashoka Road, Janpath
  3. Playboy Club, Chanakyapuri
    One club name you always come across to for sure. Playboy bunnies and gleaming disco lights are what you will be jazzed up about here. At Playboy Club, you can dance to the beats of the finest DJs. The high-ceiling walls of the club are what add to its magnetic charm.
    Location- Samrat Hotel, 50-B, Kautilya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
  4. Lithiyum, Ashoka Hotel
    Lithiyum offers great cocktails, an electrifying sound system and fusion food.Located in the heart of the city at the Ashoka Hotel. One of those clubs which are open until 4 AM. The ambience at Lithiyum is one to cherish and enjoy beautifully designed with modern lighting and visual arts.
    Location- The Ashok, 50-B, Kautilya Marg, Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
  5. RSVP, The Royal Plaza Hotel
    One of the clubs best known for its dancing and party enthusiast. The dance floor of the club is lit up by red lighting, elicits a perfect ambience for people to dance to the groovy rhythms. The lavish decor with hovering chandeliers all around is one thing you surely gonna love. Music is blasted loud until 4 AM.
    Location- Hotel The Royal Plaza, 19, Ashoka Road, Janpath, New Delhi
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