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Read Imperator Travel Blog in order to get information and trips & tricks on visiting India. Read my travelogues from India, but also get practical information – things to do in India, sights, where to eat, how to move around, about history and religion. Find out how to travel to India in order to better plan your trips… and save money !

Wagah – the daily afternoon “war” between India and Pakistan

5 September 2012 India, Pakistan, travel stories 1 comment

Lowering the flag ceremony in Wagah border point

One of the most famous, yet also bloodiest conflicts on the map of the world takes place between India and Pakistan. The painful Partition from 1948, when hundreds of thousands of people have died (some claim even a million), the 1965 and 1971 wars, the transformation of the two nations in nuclear nations, the bombings in both countries and the battle taking place on the Himalaya glaciers at over 5000 meters brought these two countries often on the headlines of the newspapers from all around the world. Thank God that the rivalry between the two nations is also transferred to more peaceful levels, like in cricket but the real show also takes place every night on the largest (and until recently the only) road border crossing point between India and Pakistan – in Wagah! read more…

Kerala. A different Orthodox Christmas in India

3 September 2012 India, travel stories 3 comments

The Orthodox Christmas in Kerala

Christmas… stuffed cabbage rolls, sausages, sponge cake, eating till you drop on the floor. Or in other cases, just a quick visit to Vienna for some Mulled wine, ginger bread, strawberries in chocolate sauce and walking down the strasse. Merry Christmas, ho, ho, ho, here’s Christmas! But how about a Christmas in a country that’s known to have another religion, far away and warm weather…and still, an Orthodox Christmas? Welcome to Kerala, India!!! read more…

Tamil Nadu. The Coloured World of the Tamil Temples

Madurai Temple in India

Elephants in temples and cows on the streets, colourful and faithful barefoot Gods, spicy , but vegetarian food, impeccable roads and something I had never thought I would ever see in India – cleanliness in the streets … Welcome to Tamil Nadu!

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My Incredible India by Andreea. Part 2

We continue Andreea’s trip through India, now outside Delhi… marveling to Taj Mahal, throught the forgotten city of Fatehpur Sikri, finally, ending in the pink city of Jaipur. Enjoy !

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My Incredible India – by Andreea. Part 1: Delhi

Delhi: visiting Red Fort

A visit to India is like discovering a new universe with multiple layers. Every step you take on the filthy streets of Delhi or the delicate marble halls of Taj Mahal, every historical landmark you see in ruins or shining as new even if hundreds of years old, or every person you meet (from shy ladies walking about elegantly in sari to aggressive kids that try to sell you something in the mosque) will peel off one leaf of this universe and either make you love it or dread it.

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