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7 Romantic Honeymoon Offbeat Destinations

As we all know, as soon as October ends, wedding season comes to its peak. Every new couple look for some interesting sweet destination, where they can spend some alone time with the picturesque scenery. so  Etrains  is happy to help you to share about some unconventional places, where one can really spend a lifetime memory to their honeymoon. 1. Lakshadweep Island : If you are planning anytime soon, months from October to February are best suited for your honeymoon in Lakshadweep. Itʼs the time when the vegetation is at its greenest. Soothingly beautiful and spell-binding, Lakshadweep is the smallest Union Territory of India. 36 constituting islands of Lakshadweep sweep 32 km sq of area under them. The group of island has everything you can ask for an amazing and memorable honeymoon – glittering water, shimmering sand, beautiful beaches, luxurious resorts, adventure activities, and warm locales. Know about whatʼs there in the preparation of your once-in-a-lifetime. What t

Different variants of Diwali in different states of India

Diwali is one of the occasion for the country, where every city celebrates with its uniqueness, full of its charm and glory. The belief of the oldest mythology of Lord Ram returning from exile of 14 years and whole world welcomed the Ram Family with lighting up the universe, still creates festive around the corners of India. but here are a few places where the celebration of Diwali reaches a different level altogether. where the local jubilates the Diwali rituals in an exquisite way. so lets have a sneak peak to cities where the festival of light is adorn in an unique way 1. Odisha: Puri witnesses a grand gathering on the day of Diwali as people observe ‘Badabadua Daka’ to pay homage to their forefather. In the extraordinary ritual, people gather outside the 12th century Jagannath temple and burn jute sticks (known as Kaunriya Kathi in local parlance) to invite their ancestors to descend from heaven on the day of Diwali and bless them. They also chant a prayer ‘Badabadua H