Category:Travel And Culture

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Auroville

Auroville is a small settlement in South India , planned as an international experimental township, inspired by the vision and ideals of Sri Aurobindo and founded by Mirra Alfassa, known as the Mother. It is an international city of the future where people from all over the world live together and explore new ideas and thoughts on culture, science, education, environment and a spiritual way of being. It is a community like no other in the world; a global village. It was conceived by Mother as an experiment, for a new dawn, a new Human. Auroville owes its origin to the four points of the Auroville charter and to Mother’s vision on human unity and peace. On February 28, 1968, about 5000 people from 121 countries and 23 Indian states assembled in what was then the outskirts of Pondicherry and listened to the Auroville Charter being read out by the Mother. More...

Contribution of the Week

Taj Mahal

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Mark Twain once remarked the world is divided between two types of people: those who have seen the Taj Mahal and those who have not. The Taj Mahal is one of the most well known historical legacies known for its beauty. It is also the most recognisable landmark in the world, the image most associated with India. More...

About This Channel

The Lébou people say that not knowing is bad, but not seeking knowledge is worse. Travel in the modern world is an ethical minefield of terms like ethical tourism, responsible travel, fair trade travel.

A larger number of people are now travelling to experience more than just the all sensory touchables like new sights, sounds, smells, and tastes. What travellers seek today is the real with more interpersonal connections with the locals of an area.

So if you are going to travel the world, avoid the cultural bloopers, get informed, inform others, contribute the maximum while disturbing the minimum, look into Art of New Age Travel or the Travel And Culture section and add your two pennies to ours.

CopperBytes

Health Tourism

  • 150,000 Americans now travel abroad every year for affordable, high-quality health care.
  • Several demographic, economic and lifestyle developments are fueling growth in health tourism.
  • Certain destinations, such as Bath and Baden-Baden, have catered to health tourists for centuries.
  • Travelling to countries like Thailand, Malaysia, Costa Rica and India for medical and dental treatments cost about 20 to 80% less than at US.
  • Do not make a choice for cosmetic surgery or dentistry based only on pictures or email correspondence. More...