• Why this kolaveri di
    A Tamil song with mostly English words called Why this kolaveri di has hit the internet world. The video released has made it to more than 5 million hits and will probably go more. The song is a musical marvel, a simple yet captivating song. The song is from the movie Three to be released in 2012, sung and written by Dhanush and composed by Anirudh.  Read More...
    • Glorious India
        The natural frontiers of India are mountains and sea, and this fact has had a preponderating influence upon her annals. From the mouth of the Indus on the west to the delta of the Ganges on the east the waters of the Arabian Sea and the India Read More...
    • How To Get Cheap Airline Tickets To India
      If you want to study ancient culture, food, and people… go and visit India where prices of goods come out cheap and a luxurious stay won’t really cost a leg. India has a lot of history and knowledge to offer with seemingly glorious world-class artif Read More...
    • Tour India: Famous Places in India
      India is probably the only country that offers various types of tourism such as history tourism, adventure tourism, medical tourism, spiritual tourism, beach tourism etc. Being an ancient country, India is a country of monuments. All in all these mo Read More...
    • Going to College in India - A Cheap Option
      Many individuals are finding it a very cheap option to go to college in India. You may wonder how and why a third world country could be gathering steam in getting people to join but it is simple: cheap. The official language of Indian colleges is E Read More...
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