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Foreign. Frozen. Forsaken: Face to Face with Britons’ Humanity for Refugee Children

London’s true beauty lie not in its landmarks, but in the heroic humanity of its people in support of the frozen, foreign and forsaken refugee children

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Tbilisi: Land of the She Saint and Kickass Lady King

Telling tale of a travel to the Land of Saint Nino and King Tamara.

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The Noor of Tavanoor

There was a faint light in the horizon ready to fade any moment. I prayed that Tavanoor continue to be blessed with the light of peace and beauty, love and serenity.

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Voyages surge Knowledge : Jaihoon

Travel is a passionate experience which helps to discover exciting cultures and peoples. A large part of Islamic knowledgebase is a product of beloved scholars’ journeys and travels…. Intro of Jaihoon’s talk at Markazu Tharbiyyathil Islamiyya, Markaz Campus Valanchery.

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Silence of the Kashgar Daughters (Txt ver)

What would it be like to set foot on that timeless soil where Past and Present played hide and seek from the other? My head lectured on the impossibilities even as my heart whispered about the possibilities. And I knew Truth would finally triumph even if Falsehood would stage its deceptive dance to snare my dream. Heart got its due, but after patiently knocking for more than ten years at Destiny’s doors.

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Silence of the Kashgar Daughters

What would it be like to set foot on that timeless soil where Past and Present played hide and seek from the other? My head lectured on the impossibilities even as my heart whispered about the possibilities. And I knew Truth would finally triumph even if Falsehood would stage its deceptive dance to snare my dream. Heart got its due, but after patiently knocking for more than ten years at Destiny’s doors.

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Hunting for Himalayan Hope

Very hardworking lot, Nepalis sweat their soul out to make a living

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Of Bukhara’s Brides & Babar’s Belligerence : A Travel Tale to Timur’s Towns

When I boarded the flight back to Delhi, the land that used to be playground for the power games of the Timurian descendants, I felt an extraordinary connection between the two nations. Uzbekistan was no longer alien nor foreign to me. With the Two Bs, Baber and Bukhari, I had to acknowledge the Uzbek contribution to my own country and creed… Jaihoon’s tryst at Uzbekistan

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From Bukhara to Pokhra

Tweets from the journey across the historic Uzbekiztan to the hilly Nepal

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Salalah : Quenching Thirst for Nature’s Nectar

When I reached home, the meter read 3000km since I left my doorstep. Content beyond any count, I was out of words for the heavenly experience. Every pleasure is followed by pain. The mosquito bites these days remind me of that universal wisdom.

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