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To celebrate Indian culture, Luxembourg City in Europe to mark September 17 as ‘India day’

The Ville de Luxembourg (Luxembourg City hall) has played a crucial role in organizing the event along with the Indian Association Luxembourg to strengthen communal harmony

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Sept 6, 2016: ‘India day’ is likely to be celebrated on September 17, this year in Luxembourg City. This event is an effort of The Indian Association Luxembourg (IAL) to celebrate Indian Culture as well as promote cultural acceptance through social interaction.

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The event will have stalls displaying Indian Culture and Tradition, which include Henna, Spices, traditional Indian outfits, Indian snacks, and Indian music. Live dance performances from various regions of India are one of the key attractions of the event, which will be commence at 9AM and conclude at around 6PM, in the place d’Armes. The event also aims to highlight ‘Make in India’ and ‘Digital India’ initiatives.

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Chicago: Association of Indians in America, Inc. Illinois Chapter (AIA) proudly organized ‘Group Dance Competition Youth Talent Show on August 27, 2016 at Harper College Auditorium, 1200 W Algonquin Rd, Palatine, IL Asian Media USA
Chicago: Association of Indians in America, Inc. Illinois Chapter (AIA) proudly organized ‘Group Dance Competition Youth Talent Show on August 27, 2016 at Harper College Auditorium, 1200 W Algonquin Rd, Palatine, IL, USA. Asian Media USA

The Ville de Luxembourg (Luxembourg City hall) has played a crucial role in organizing the event along with the Indian Association Luxembourg to strengthen communal harmony.

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European Countries Are Hot Destinations Among Indian Travelers

With travel bug catching up in India, European countries are a preferred destination for Indians this summer, according to a survey.

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With travel bug catching up in India, European countries are a preferred destination for Indians this summer, according to a survey.

Searches were conducted by travel search engine KAYAK.co.in between October 1, 2017 to March 23, 2018 for travel dates between May 5, 2017 and August 31, 2018.

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As per the search, Moscow and Istanbul are taking the lead with year-on-year increase in flight searches by 269 and 252 per cent respectively.

Other trendy destinations this summer show that Indians are interested in travelling not only to the well-known European destinations like Spain, Germany and Greece but also to some less conventional ones like Norway, Hungary and even Iceland.

 

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Europeans on the other hand are travelling to Palma Mallorca in Spain the most, followed by London and Lisbon.

Considering the budget, several European locales are emerging as good options for travel from India without burning a big hole in the pocket.

Istanbul, which is also the second top-trending destination, is seeing a price drop as high as 95 per cent compared to the average trip cost.

This is followed by Milan, Italy, with a 37 per cent drop in the average trip cost. With warm weather in Europe, this represents a good opportunity to travel to these European destinations for a summer adventure at a reduced price.

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Abhijit Mishra, Director of India and Middle East, KAYAK, said in a statement: “With the summer holiday period quickly approaching, travel planning is on the rise and it was interesting to see how European countries have emerged as the preferred destination for Indians this year.” (IANS)