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Greetings, fellow Travelers, and seekers of divine blessings! Welcome to the Official Padmavathi Travels Blog, your trusted guide to exploring the realms of Hindu spirituality and embarking on a soul-stirring pilgrimage to Tirupati.


Exploring Hindu Deities:

Join us as we delve into the captivating tales and timeless wisdom of Hindu gods and goddesses. Explore the rich tapestry of Hindu Mythology and uncover the profound significance of these divine beings in our lives.


Discovering Tirupati:


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Thien Mu Pagoda

Famous for the sacred pray of peace, grace and beautiful scenery, many temples in Hue are destinations of numerous tourists inside and outside the province. Hue temples usually have large space, beautiful and very sacred scenery, so it is a destination of many tourists on the occasion of the spring of the new year. Here are 5 famous sacred temples in Hue attracting a large number of tourists to visit:

1. Thien Mu Pagoda:

About 5km to the west of Hue city, Thien Mu Pagoda is Hue's oldest pagoda, l

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"Nepal" interests the world. This single word demonstrates the adoration and warmth around the world. We should expound; the social decent variety of Nepal is as rich as its characteristic and land assorted variety. Troublesome geology is home of various networks. Every people group has its own dialect, social dress, convictions, customs, conventions and celebrations.

No big surprise Nepal is the place where there are celebrations. Relatively consistently is multi-day for festivity in some networ

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The 5 Best Things to do in Istanbul

A trip to the capital of Turkey wouldn't be complete without these top 5 attractions in Istanbul.

Some might say that Istanbul is just a place for shopping, but this city unites Europe and Asia. Istanbul is a destination with unique culture, architecture, food, music, literature, and more.


Here are the top 5 things not to miss while visiting Istanbul:


1. Whirling Dervish

Whirling Dervish

This is one of the most unique religious ceremonies one can witness.

The whirling dervish ceremony, or sama, blurs the lines betw

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How to create a domain name for travel blog ?

Today, the overwhelming amount of blogs on the internet makes it easy to find the best travel blog name generator that will help you choose the correct concept for the domain name (which must be used today).

But it makes sense. The launch of a blog has become one of the world's most open, low-cost, and potentially lucrative firms. More people than ever go to register their domains and create a blog-based online company.

Blogging offers you the opportunity not only to write on any subject that you

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How to Improve traffic of your travel blog via guest posing

What is Guest Post

"Guest post" means Content writing and publishing a content or article on someone else's website or blog.

I provide it on my website and want to do it with a viewer on other blogs that I want to speak. It is a fantastic method to connect with new readers and register your name on others' blogs and websites.

But for the longest time, I ignored this necessary discipline to develop a popular blog. I wish I hadn't done that a

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A wedding is a fun experience but, honeymoon planning is a difficult task. People always get confused while planning for an ideal destination to spend their quality time. Most of the time Manali is in the bucket list of most of the newly-weds. It is one of the certified places newly-wed visits during their honeymoon. People from various states visit Manali to explore the lush green valley, high passes, and gushing rivers.

Manali boasts stationed amidst mountains and valleys flourished by the Beas

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There is a reason why Kerala is known as God's own country and there's certainly no doubt. Counted as one of the most beautiful destinations in the entire world, Kerala does more than just adding memories to your life's book. Be it shopping for the soulful spices, searching for the watery coconuts, or just mesmerize into the sacred vibes, Kerala will never disappoint you in making you land in peace no matter what. But, there is something that people are fond of so much whenever they are in Keral

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My 240+ travel days for 2018 are almost over....

I'm so grateful to have so many people in my life both in real life and online that I wanted to wish everyone only the best for Christmas and the holiday season including New Year 2019.

You will be seeing much more of me here and elsewhere now that my 240+ days of travels (200+ overseas) of 2018 are coming to a close.

Be sure to follow my past, present and future update posts, photos, and videos here and my other sites:

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My first was primarily Australia and New Zealand (five-plus months in 2016-2017). At this writing (September 2018. month five of my current trip) I am in Bali, Indonesia where I have been two weeks. I then go to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and the region, followed by Hanoi/Halong Bay, Vietnam and then Siem Riep, Cambodia for Angkor Wat.

I will then return to Australia where I started the first week of May (direct from Jamaica no less where I had been for a destination wedding that I planned, organized

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We may not be packing for our next great adventure but there are days when we take time out of our busy schedules to pour over maps and travel guides and begin dreaming of our next trip. In anticipation of future trips, the following are 5 places we cannot stop dreaming about:


For many people, the very word ‘Serbia’ has taken on a pretty negative sound, one that evokes memories of wars and troubles dating back to the painful break-up of Yugoslavia in the early nineties. Things are far bett

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Travel is not simply a discovery

Beside relaxation and discovery of a new land, the environmental protection combined in tours will make your journey more meaningful and unforgettable. Together with other members of The International Ecotourism Society, and WRTD organization, Mai Chau Ecolodge has held practical activities to welcome the Responsible Tourism Day.   Our guest especially foreign tourists have recently paid much attention to responsible tourism and found interesting things from daily life than

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A few weeks ago I was reminded why I started and why I continue working hard to write fresh content. After all, isn’t my tagline simple enough?: “A Better Understanding of Food Through Travel” Well probably not. First of all, here’s what I’m not. I’m not a food critic, columnist, celebrity chef, or culinary expert in any way. What I am is a writer who is extremely interested in learning about the ever evolving way we interact with food and how it makes different cultures uniq
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