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where one lifetime of discovery falls short

journey A DDP PUBLICATION Pages: 60 Vol V Issue 1 January 2012 `50

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of the Himalayas and its surroundings, the cave paintings of Bhimbetka, Madhya Pradesh reiterate the longevity of Indian art Raghurajpur, which still finds admirers amongst the modern art admirers. Adventure becomes the by-word as we take a unique road trip through Indian roads in an autorickshaw or attempt to capture an angler’s delight as he catches the famous Mahseer in the Indian waters. We take a break to feast on New Delhi’s

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famous savouries as we visit the stalls of the ‘Delhi ke Pakwan’

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festival. A feast of a different kind awaits you readers as you see the riot of colours of the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland. As we Indians celebrate the 100 years of Delhi being a capital, with the most recognisable and not so recognisable landmarks of a landscape that is believed to have been rebuilt seven times and under different rulers. It is a unique cohort of the old and the new and we hope you enjoy these pages as much as we did putting this collage together. We celebrate rejuvenation and new beginning in the same spirit and wish you a very Happy 2012…

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