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Here are Some Beautiful Honeymoon Spots in India

Has coronavirus ruined your honeymoon plans? Here are some suggestions for you

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There's plenty of time for a honeymoon, but in the interim, for couples looking for some alone time, here's a list of what India has to offer. Pixabay

BY PUJA GUPTA

It’s not just the markets that are facing the brunt of COVID-19, love is too.

But a mini-moon in India might just be the break you can take after a hectic big fat wedding. Escape the daily routine, forget all your stress, turn off your phone, connect with nature and just pay attention to your partner as you embark on a entire lifetime together. There’s plenty of time for a honeymoon, but in the interim, for couples looking for some alone time, here’s a list of what India has to offer.

1. Munjoh Resort in Andaman Island

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Goa is a beautiful place for couples who want to chill at a resort and make their honeymoon special. Pixabay

Think of the vacation and Andaman pops into your mind! India is blessed with one of the most gorgeous and breathtaking Islands – ‘Andaman’, or should we say ‘Maldives’ of India! Andaman & Nicobar is among the most sorted and affordable mini-moon packages in India with plenty of beautiful stay options. One of the most romantic and luxurious stays in Havelock and Port Blair is Munjoh – Luxury Boutique Resort. A beach house meant only for you- to revel in, do as you please, private and decadent. It is a welcoming haven with a range of rooms to suit families, honeymooners and even one specifically designed for solo travellers, plus a private beach in one of the world’s most beautiful locations. The enchanting beaches, sparkling blue water, romantic serene, makes it a perfect getaway for the couples.

2. The Rain by Vista Rooms in Alleppey, Kerala

Since Kerala is known for its purest environment in India, this retreat proves it correct. It provides you with the best and purest views of the nature along with the modern interiors. This place is worth the experience, as it is both luxurious and comfortable for your stay. This is the vision that greets you at Alleppey, rightly also called the eVenice of the East’.

3. Fazlani Nature’s Nest in Lonavala, Maharashtra

If you both looking for the most therapeutic stay in one of India’s most popular wellness retreats, your search stops here. Overlooking the pristine waters of Mawal, Fazlani Nature’s Nest offers luxurious cottages, an organic farm-to-fork restaurant that allows you to pick your own vegetables for the salad, an orchard, delightful afternoon duck parades and an equine therapy that promises to detress your tired mind. Just two hours from Mumbai and Pune, this is the most romantic getaway you always wanted!

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Since Kerala is known for its purest environment in India, couples can plan their honeymoon over there. Pixabay

4. Ashore Villa in Goa

Relax in the lap of luxury at Ashore villa Morjim Beach. This ultra-luxurious villa with contemporary art deco architecture and modern furniture is ideal for families and friends. There are multiple spots in the villa to unwind and relax. One can relax in the infinity pool or the rooftop lounge while soaking in a mesmerizing sunset. The terrace, with a sky bar, as well as a steam room is perfect for an evening barbeque or cocktail soiree.

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Villa Ashore living by the Sea is located in a serene, tranquil location in Morjim and overlooks the beach. Morjim is popular as the home or nesting ground for Olive Riddle turtles and the tantalizing sea is ideal to learn surfing, wakeboarding or to unwind on the shores while reading. (IANS)

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India’s Lockdown Disrupts Functioning of Amazon and Flipkart

Amazon India Delivery and functioning of Essential Goods via. E-commerce companies Disrupted

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India's coronavirus lockdown is disrupting e-commerce companies including Amazon and Flipkart. Pixabay

India’s coronavirus lockdown is disrupting e-commerce companies including Amazon and Flipkart, despite government assurances it would not, four sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.

Differing state and district level regulations relating to the 21-day lockdown, which began on Wednesday, are hindering operations, the sources said on Friday, with e-commerce firms finding it difficult to get curfew passes for delivery staff.

The disruptions highlight the difficulties of ensuring the supply of essential goods to 1.3 billion people during the shutdown in India, which has so far reported 724 cases of coronavirus and 17 deaths. Most of Amazon’s 60 plus fulfillment centers in India are shut and the U.S. company is in talks with state authorities to try to reopen them, three of the sources said. Industry executives say local authorities have not followed guidelines, stopping deliveries and warehouses from operating.

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A sign is lit on the facade of an Amazon fulfillment center. VOA

“It’s worse than one can think,” one source said, while a second added that only a “miniscule” number of Amazon warehouses were operating, citing this as a key reason for disruptions. Even when operations do begin to return to normal, it will only be in major cities, the second source added.

Amazon said in a statement that its top priority was to deliver the products which customers need the most and it was seeking urgent help from federal government and local authorities with detailed on-the-ground operating procedures. In New Delhi, Amazon’s Pantry service was suspended and the delivery slot for essential goods, such as oil and soaps, was shown as being April 26.

“There are clear guidelines provided by Government to enable essential services, and so we are working with the relevant authorities to ensure we are able to operate,” Amazon said on Twitter in response to questions from users in India.

Indian trade minister Piyush Goyal held a meeting with e-commerce executives on Thursday and said the government was “committed to ensuring that essential goods reach the people.”

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Walmart-owned Flipkart has also been hit, with some grocery items which had been available earlier on Friday in New Delhi intermittently going out of stock. A source familiar with the situation said Flipkart was facing challenges with last-mile delivery of goods once they leave its warehouse due to restrictions on movement.

Flipkart said in a statement it had resumed grocery operations and there was a significant spike in orders. “We are enhancing capacity to meet the increase in customer requirements,” it said, adding it had received support from local and federal authorities.  (VOA)