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Must Haves to Carry While Holidaying

There is never a reason for not standing out or making a fashion statement, say designers

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You may be out for a leisure trip or for work but there are always some must haves which you should carry in your bag when you travel. From sunglasses, shoes to scarves, designers list a few must haves when on vacation.

There is never a reason for not standing out or making a fashion statement, say designers.

Here is what vacationers should carry in their travel bags:

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Representational image. Pixabay

Aditi Holani: A must carry for travelling is some sunscreen, glasses, a black jacket so that you can translate any attire into a formal. Also carry a tote bag which goes perfect with a day out and a pair of swede shoes that go with the clothes you plan to wear.

Sounia Gouhil: I will recommend carrying a good pair of sun glasses, your make up kit, a sanitizer, kajal, a writing pad, a pen, mobile and a hand towel. Carry a scarf or stole adding to your fashion statement. A chic hat will also come handy if you are out in the sun or on a beach destination.

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Shouger Merchant Doshi: I think it is important to pay attention to the destination. Carry comfortable clothes and sports shoes when you have adventure on your mind. If you are out for a beach destination bikini tops, fancy swim wear will come in handy. (Bollywood Country)

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3 Best Travel Experiences in India You Should Not Miss

India is steeped in culture and history.

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Beaches in India. Pixabay

About 60% of polled vacationers rate travel experiences as more important than material possessions. Curated experiences rank high on the list of voyagers this year and in 2019, the trend is expected to continue according to an independent survey commissioned by Booking.com. If you are planning a trip to India, there are several experiences that you should not miss from checking in at a luxurious royal hotel and estate tea visits to temple tours and mountain sun rise excursions.

Arrange a Yoga Retreat

The country is a dream destination for yogis with many places to choose from. A yoga retreat might just be what you need to relax and discover your inner self. A relaxing vacation is not only rejuvenating but also offers a glimpse of a different lifestyle.

 

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In order to comprehend better, the Indian seers constructed the special “BOAT” – named Yoga/Meditation. Pixabay

While the practice of yoga in the West focuses on physical postures and sequences, a yoga retreat in India offers benefits by emphasizing breathing, meditation and cleansing. In addition, you’ll be exposed to devotional practices such as chanting and karma yoga. A typical retreat consists of an inclusive stay at specialist accommodation such as a hotel, yoga camp or school but if you want to save on accommodation costs, you can just drop in daily or sign-up for shorter courses.

 

Go on a Tour of the River Ganges

To continue your spiritual journey, organize a tour of the Ganges, the third largest river that flows through the country. Named after the Hindu goddess, Ganga, it is one of the most sacred places in India with religious festivities and burial rites taking place at the river’s banks. Pilgrims come from far to cleanse themselves with the holy water in the Ganges.

 

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River Ganga is one of the holiest rivers in India. Pixabay

 

The river starts at the Himalayas and drains into the Bay of Bengal. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the Ganges River while on a cruise. If you have the opportunity, sign-up for a walking tour along the Ganges in Varanasi.

Get Up Close with Hindu Gods

With over 2 million Hindu temples in India, deciding where to go might prove difficult. But if you want to cover the most temples during your visit, head to the state of Tamil Nadu. It is not for nothing that it is known as the ‘Land of the Temples’ boasting of almost 33,000 ancient places of worship. In total, there are 38,615 temples according to the Tamil Nadu Hindu Endowments Board.

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Most of the temples situated in Tamil Nadu were built during the historic and medieval period

Marvel at the Brihadishvara Temple dedicated to the Lord Shiva. It is one of the largest South Indian temples and features exceptional architecture. Don’t forget the Meenakshi Amman Temple in Madurai decked with thousands of colorful figures of gods, animals and demons.

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India is steeped in culture and history. With so many things to offer its visitors, you’ll have plenty of choices when it comes to unique travel experiences that cater to your senses and personal preferences.