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Immigration to Sweden- Is It Difficult?

Immigration to Sweden

Sweden has one of Europe’s most strict immigration policies. However, it has relaxed immigration requirements except for children under the age of 18 and adults aged 18 to 20 and the residents of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and the rest of the EU. The easiest way of applying for immigration to Sweden is to apply online. The Swedish Government website states about its migration policy as – Sweden’s migration policy comprises refugee and immigration policy, return policy, support for repatriation…

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What is the Story Behind River Saraswati?

The Saraswati River Originates from the Aravalli Mountains from Rajasthan. The River passes through many places from Sidhpur and Patan before overflowing through Rann of Kutch.  The Holy River is a tributary of  River Alaknanda which originates from the Badrinath. The question has arisen whether the river existed, does it have any mythological connections.  The Mythical Saraswati River The geological, hydrological and archaeological evidence proves that the river existed and it flowed through various parts of India along with its…

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Why Uttarayani is a Glory of Uttarakhand?


Every festival in Uttarakhand has its unique euphoria. Each festival in Uttarakhand represents its different cultures and reflections of rites. We are introducing you to such a distinct festival ‘Makrain’ also known as Makar Sankranti or Uttarayani.  Uttarayani or Makar Sankranti is one of the most sacred religious events of the Hindus. It is held in January each year as it is one of the oldest Indian festivals that has been perceived according to solar cycles.  Therefore it almost always…

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Real Story of Aryan Invasion Theory (AIT)

Aryan Invasion Map

Historians have long grappled the Aryan invasion theory with a lot of doubtful conclusions. Britannica Encyclopedia mentions, The theory of an “Aryan race” appeared in the mid-19th century and remained prevalent until the mid-20th century. What is the Aryan Invasion Theory? The Aryan Invasion Theory states that a European tribe named Aryans had invaded India about 1500 B.C. They were also responsible for composing the Rig Veda, the science of building chariots, bringing in agriculture, and a host of other…

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Mysterious Riddle of the Indus (Harappan) Script

Indus seal with unicorn

The Indus or Harappan script of the Indus valley civilization is one of the riddles yet to be solved. The script has still not been wholly translated or deciphered till date.  It will be interesting to know the history, heritage and the deciphering attempts for the Indus or Harappan script. The Bronze Age civilization of Indian Subcontinent called Indus civilization or the Harappan civilization flourished from about 2500 B.C to 1900 B.C. Scholars, and researchers found many shreds of evidence…

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The Story of Meanders India

Meanders clothin

Meanders India, an adventure tour organising company is going leaps and bounds to scale new heights in its category of tour organising. Meanders India intends to give its tourists a soul-enriching experience in the lap of nature away from the hustle and bustle of crowded cities. Meanders’ Story When years of expertise in the hospitality industry and an unparalleled vision of biking tours and adventure tourism comes together, a phenomenon like Meanders India unfolds.  The brainchild of the innate rider…

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Hornbill Festival of Nagaland, India

hornbill bird

Named as the “Festival of Festivals”, Hornbill Festival of Nagaland, India is a distinct annual grand festival held in December, every year. The Kisama Heritage village, situated in slopes of a mountain peak, just 12 Km from the state capital, Kohima, is the usual site for the Hornbill Festival. Apart from the Famed Hornbill Festival, Nagaland also offers much more such as- Other than the Kisama Heritage Village, Nagaland also boasts of the Touphema Tourist Village, situated just 36 Km…

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Sangai Festival of Manipur, India

Sangai Festival Manipur India

Sangai festival colloquially known as “Sangai” of the mesmerising and beautiful Indian state of Manipur (previously known as Kangleipak) in North-Eastern India is a sought after mega event by travel enthusiasts in India and abroad. Once celebrated as the “State Tourism Festival” has now scaled up to the national and international level. Several countries such as Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar, Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Cambodia, Vietnam, Singapore, Maldives, Malaysia, Mauritius, and Zimbabwe participate in the festival. The…

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Do You Know These Facts about Antarctica?

Mt Herschel Antarctica

A few years back speculations were ripe that Antarctica was known as the Southern Island (“Terra Australis”). However, a Russian expedition first sighted the continent only in 1820.  Antarctica is the fifth-largest continent that covers an approximate area of 5.4 million square miles. Situated inside the Arctic circle, the mean temperature of the continent is about -49° C. The population is scarce. Flora and fauna are acclimatised to the harsh conditions of the largest desert. Blood Waterfall The continent has…

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