40 Places to Visit in India Before You Turn 30

Travel while you are still young and gain experience. Here is a list of places to travel in India before you turn 30.

Read: Why should you travel?

Places to visit in North India

  1. New Delhi
  2. Agra, Uttar Pradesh
  3. Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
  4. Kullu and Manali, Himachal
  5. Mussorie and Dehradun , Uttrakhand
  6. Dharmshala, McLeodganj, Himachal Pradesh
  7. Jim Corbett National Park, Uttrakhand
  8. Amritsar, Punjab
  9. Chandigarh
  10. Nainital, Uttrakhand

Places to Visit in West India

  1. Goa
  2. Udaipur, Rajasthan
  3. Jaipur, Rajasthan
  4. Kutch, Gujrat
  5. Diu, Daman, and Diu
  6. Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Rajasthan
  7. Jodhpur, Rajasthan,
  8. Gir, Gujrat
  9. Malshej Ghat, Maharastra
  10. Mahakaleshwar, Maharashtra

Read about : Jaipur – The Pink City

Places to visit in South India

  1. Munnar, Kerala
  2. Ooty, Tamil Nadu
  3. Allepey, Kerala
  4. Coorg, Karnataka
  5. Pondicherry, the french riviera of the east
  6. Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu
  7. Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu – The Princess of the hill station
  8. Andaman and Nicobar
  9. Madurai, Tamil Nadu
  10. Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu

Places to visit in the East

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  1. Majuli, Assam
  2. Darjeeling, West Bengal
  3. Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
  4. Bodh Gaya, Bihar
  5. Shillong, Meghalaya
  6. North Sikkim, Sikkim
  7. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh
  8. Kolkata, West Begal
  9. Gopalpur, Odisa
  10. Konark, Orissa

Benefits Of Travelling – Why You Must Travel

1. It Teaches You About the World

Travel makes one modest, you see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.

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Travelling teaches you about life, people and culture of the place you visit. You meet different kind of people and learn new things from them. The world is full of different experience and you have only one life. Isn’t learning from different places worth for this small life?

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2. Travelling gives you peace of mind

We all have some stress and tension in our life. Taking a break from daily routine and escaping to your favorite place for a vacation lightens your mood and gives you happiness. Make sure to plan your vacation and book your stay in advance to make your vacation smooth and relaxing.

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3. Boosts your confidence

Yes! Whether you are travelling alone or along with friends or family, travelling boosts your self confidence. It takes you out from your comfort zone and increases the ability to cope up with obstacles. The complete travelling experience helps in boosting a person’s confidence level.

4. Travelling teaches you about your self

One of the most important thing that you will experience while travelling is to explore yourself. No one knows about themselves unless and until they encounter situations. Travelling helps you to understand yourself and what you like and dislike. It helps you to identify how you feel about your homeland and how you feel about foreign lands.

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5. It broadens your horizon

Travelling helps you to meet different kind of people which is again an experience in itself. You get to know problems of places you visit and good things about the places. A good traveler observes things and try to identify problems. You get opportunity to see life challenges from a different angle.

6. Travelling makes you more interesting

This is the best thing about travelling that I like. Every time I am with my people I have some real life experiences to share with them and encourage them to visit a place. Every one travels with me whenever I tell them a story. So, yes travelling makes you an interesting person who is confident and experienced.

7. You can try foods of different places

This is again my favorite part of travelling as I am a foodie traveler. You get opportunity to try the local cuisines and street foods of places you travel. Every place is culturally different and so is the food. You can never taste a real dosa or idli unless you visit south India and similarly the real taste of chole bhature can’t be found anywhere else unless you visit Punjab.

8. You create a lifetime memory

You can forget what you had in lunch yesterday but you will never forget what you had for lunch in Jaipur. This means you are creating life time memory for you which will accompany you throughout your life.

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9. Travelling make you love your home even more

Last but not the least thing, yes for sure I love my home, my kitchen, my bed even more when I am back from a trip. Travelling gives you a life time experience and also make you realize nothing is better than being back at home.

Although travelling has lots of benefits but it can be painful if not planned. So, make sure to plan your journey in advance before you pack your bag 🙂

Want to reap all the benefits of travelling again? Then co-operate with the government and stay at home until COVID-19 is eradicated.

Happy Stay at Home!

Must visit places to explore the beauty of Denmark

Denmark is known to be one of the Scandinavian countries and is located in Europe and at its south is bordered by Germany. The country covers about 42,925 sq km. Denmark has many mesmerizing locations to allure tourists. The country offers signature bridges, beaches, castles, amusement parks, etc making it a perfect place to escape for your upcoming vacation.

1. Legoland:

It is one of the original Legoland parks operating since 1968. It is one such place that you can enjoy with your kids and friends and is one of the famous amusement parks for children and families of all ages. You can have fun along with action and speed in a single day. Legoland is an awesome world and hosts multiple rides for kids and families. It allows you to enjoy your imaginative world with full force and action.

2. Copenhagen:

Copenhagen city is one of Europe’s popular and oldest cities. Also, it is one of the cleanest and showcases stunning places for travellers. The town features dynamic and modern architecture, Tivoli Gardens, and everything that is expected from a world-class destination. The travellers can explore the pretty streets and canals and appreciate beautiful ancient homes and can visit shopping places around.

3. Skagen:

The busy harbour showcases distinctive yellow houses, glass and ceramic art galleries, great museums and the various outlets for bikes. The city also has Harbourside restaurants also known to serve fish directly after fishing, shopping possibilities, interesting cultural attractions and experiences for children. It is one of the renowned towns with white sand beaches and unique nature. Skagen is also situated on the east coast near Grenen whereas some part of the city is said to be located beside the North Sea.

4. Kronborg Castle:

The castle that Shakespeare is known for is the hamlet and is known for the mysteries surrounding him. It is located at a strategically important site also known for commanding the Sund and the stretch of water between Sweden and Denmark, the Royal castle at Helsinger is well known for its immense value for the Danish people and also played an important role in Northern Europe history in the 18th to 16th centuries. It is a world-renowned castle and is a must-visit in Denmark.

5. Lille Vildmose:

If you are up for an experience of a rocking bog and want to dig in the bird’s life closer and hear about the carnivorous plant, or are interested in watching deers. The Lille Vildmose offers exciting and interesting tours for visitors. Walking alongside the bog, you will be able to experience the most interesting and inspiring journeys of all time, and it is never boring to follow the guides to know about the trip even more. The guided tours are available from February till October, always try to bring your family and enjoy the danish wilderness for a day or two.

This place is a must go on your visit to Denmark, so please spare a day or two on your visit to the country.

6. Faroe Islands:

The Islands are home to many self-governing Faroe’s is a patchwork for picturesque for emerald pastures, gaily-hued cottages, tree-free moors and dotted with sheep. Sea is not more than three miles from the assured land, and these 18-pieces of the Faroe Islands are known for their deep-rooted cultures. The coast showcases deep fjords, looming headlands and cliffs. On your visit to the Faroe Islands, try exploring fjords by sailing or with the help of wooden sloop. Enjoy Northern lights, crashing waterfalls, lush green grass and picturesque landscapes. Add the Faroe Islands to your bucket list in Denmark as the place is worth remembering for years.

7. Odense:

One of the best and popular places in Denmark, especially if you are looking for touring the country with your kids. If your child is crazy for the fairy tale, then it can be a dream place for them. The site is filling up with exhibitions and monuments and host Eheskov’s castles to King Canute’s tomb. This is a must-visit and is one of the famous Denmark attractions.

Speak up to your friends, guides and people around while making your tours to Denmark. As the country has much more to offer than you think, try to cover the maximum on your trip and enjoy the memorable experience with your family.

Explore the scenic beauty of Norway in 2020

Norway has always been the centre of attraction for the world. The reason being is the uniqueness in terms of serenity, picturesque views, adventure sports, etc. The country tends to offer are not found elsewhere on earth. Every year the country attracts tonnes of tourists to their doorsteps and mesmerised them with their unforgettable destinations.

Tourist destination in Sweden that are hard to miss

Let’s dig deep and try to know more about Norway:

1. Funicular and Mount Floyen:

It is known as one of the best places in Bergen. The Funicular is the centre of the mountain, and Mount Floyen allows you to explore the beautiful views of the Bergen, Fjords and the other mountains surrounding the city. Many people like to indulge in adventurous sports like mountain biking, canoe paddling, hiking, etc. On your visit, you will be surrounded by forests, trails, little lakes and mountains.

Also you can relish a local dish named as “Floyenbleen” with an organic soup “Floyensuppen” on your visit to Mount Floyen.

2. Geiranger Fjord:

The place is known for its notable waterfalls known as Seven Sister falls, Suitor and Bridal Veil. The Seven Sister falls and Suitor faces one another and the third one is named as it falls delicately over any rocky edge. In 2005, the place was listed in UNESCO world heritage site.

The Fjord is known to be surrounded by mountains and does not have a habitable shore area and has rugged strata also seen to be straight out of water. The place is also famous for having many mountain farms and from jagged peaks you can plunge into the foaming waterfalls in Fjord.

3. Tromso Fjords:

Also known as the “Gateway of the Arctic”, the place showcases the northern light more than any other site in the world. The city Tromso enjoys two full months of the midnight sun. Also, the area has a series of skerries and islands laced with the scalloped inlets and waterways bordering the Norwegian Sea. The narrow, long sea inlets are also characterized by mountain slopes in the last Ice Age by glaciation.

Visitors tend to enjoy fishing and trip cruises in Tromso and explore its wildest natural scenery throughout the city. Can book your day trips with many service providers depending upon your stay and budget in Tromso.

4. Pulpit Rock

Pulpit Rock is one of the renowned tourist attractions for the Rogaland country in Norway. The cliff Pulpit Rock rises at 604 meters and is located at the northern and western part of the Fjord. Rock offers mesmerizing views of the river and is a major attraction for tourists who are in the country to explore the scenic beauty.

You can even book hiking trips to Pulpit Rock in summer as well as winters. The guide available will help you in reaching out to the desired destination with safety, group as well as solo booking are open.

5. Trolltunga

One of the famous rock formations in Norway, the Trolltunga is a spectacular and scenic cliff offering great views at the height of 700 meters. The place is situated at the Hardangervidda plateau at its western edge near to Odda town. The hiking to the cliff is quite demanding and offers magnificent views all along the way.

The hikers aiming for Trolltunga require about 7-10 hours to reach and should be in functional fitness and equipped with the required inventories. A treat to the eyes of natural wanderers, the place is excellent for the professional hikers, and the visitors should know that it can be tiresome to complete the hike in a day. Hence, they need to be super fit to enjoy the picturesque walk.

6. Geiranger Skywalk – Dalsnibba

The place is known for beautiful lakes, scenic beauty, crystal clear water and is ready to have an airy experience. The Nibbevegan one of the projects opened in 1939, is a symbol for Geiranger. The panorama can be enjoyed from the highest point and consists of steep mountain terrain, peaks and Fjords. The toll road operates from May to October so plan your vacations accordingly.

Norway hosts smalls as well as big tourist attractions in their country. They attract tourist from all over the world to enjoy their natural beauty and have rocky experience with enjoying spectacular views all along the way.

A Complete Guide to Sweden With Some Fun Facts

Sweden is a Scandinavian nation, which means it is a sub region in northern Europe. Scandavian in local term covers 3 kingdoms: Sweden, Denmark and Norway.

It has natural beauty all around it and has thousands of Costal Islands and lakes, Glaciated mountains and dense forests.

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Swedish is the official language of Sweden. English is not the official language of Sweden but most of the population excels in speaking English.

Sweden weather in winter and summer are extreme different. Throughout the year the weather of this country is temperate.

The warm season or the summers season starts from June and stays till September. The cold season starts from November and stays till March.

Sweden has only 1 time zone and the country observes CET (Central European time) as standard.

When Daylight saving is observed, Sweden observes CEST time zone i.e. Central European Summer Time.

The Capital of Sweden is Stockholm and it has 4 Airports with International traffic.

  1. Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN)
  2. Bromma Airport (BMA)
  3. VästerĂĄs Airport (VST) 
  4. Skavsta Airport (NYO)
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Fascinating Facts About Sweden

  1. About two third of the Sweden’s land is covered by forest. This is such a nice thing.
  2. Sweden is the 5th biggest country in Europe (area wise)
  3. This one is crazy, North Korea owes around $393 million for 1000 Volvos bought back in 70s. Insane!
  4. Stockholm Metros is the world’s largest art exhibition. Approx. 90 of the 100 stations have been decorated by work of 150 artists.
  5. Swedish passport is among the best passport in the world. It gives you entry to 124 countries without visa and you can have visa of another 33 countries on arrival.
  6. Sweden has the highest number of Mc Donald’s restaurants in the world.
  7. It is one of the gay-friendly country
  8. Sweden has the best work life balance. Sweden enjoys 5 weeks of paid vacations.
  9. Sweden has its own phone number. You just have to call on it and a person on the line will tell you about the weather and other queries regarding the country.
  10. One of the largest and popular retailer, H&M (Hennes & Mauritz) is born in Sweden.

Have you ever visited Sweden? Share your experiences in the comment section.

Visit to the Pink City of Jaipur – Travel Trips in India

Area wise Rajasthan is the biggest state of India and lies in the northern India. The state covers 342,239 square kilometres area of India. The largest city which is also the capital of Rajasthan is Jaipur. Jaipur is also called the Pink city of Jaipur.

In this blog, we will explore some places of Jaipur and find out why it is called the Pink city of Rajasthan.

Rajasthan Shares its boundary with Indian states like Gujrat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab and Neighbourhood country Pakistan. Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan shares its border with Haryana.

Jaipur is well connected to almost all the parts of India and can be easily reached via road, air and rail.

How to Reach Jaipur, The Pink City of Rajasthan?

Jaipur by Air:

Jaipur airport is Approx. 7 Km from the city and all the major cities of India is well connected. It is also connected to some of the overseas countries. Daily domestic flights to Jaipur are from Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Pune and Indore. The International regular flights are to Muscat, Dubai and Sharjah. Some flights are available via Delhi.

Jaipur By Train:

By train Jaipur is well connected to most of the part of India. One special and Luxury Train known as Palace on Wheels connects you to all the major destinations of Rajasthan Including Jaipur, Jodhpur, Alwar.

Jaipur By Road:

Jaipur is well connected to Delhi and all other parts of India via Highways. To reach Jaipur Via Delhi You can take Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation buses. There are AC and Non-Ac buses available and it takes approx. 5-6 hours depending on the traffic to reach Jaipur bus stand.

Why is Jaipur Called the Pink City?

Once you reach Jaipur, you will at once catch why this city is called Pink City. The markets, Houses and buildings are coloured with Pink, which is a historically represented as welcoming and hospitality.

After Prince Albert visited the city, the city stayed pink because of the favourite wife of Maha Raja Sawai Ram Singh, whose favourite colour was Pink.

A Law was passed in 1877 to keep the colour of buildings in Jaipur Pink.

Places to see in Jaipur

You will find the forts quite fascinating in Jaipur. Here are some list of places you can visit in Jaipur

  1. Amer Fort
  2. Nahargarh Fort
  3. Jaigarh Fort
  4. Birla Temple
  5. Jal Mahal
  6. Ram Niwas Garden
  7. Govind Ji Temple
  8. Anokhi Museum Of Hand Painting
  9. Masala chowk
  10. Akshardham Temple, Jaipur
  11. Jantar Mantar, Jaipur
  12. City Palace
  13. Digamber Jain Mandir
  14. Sisodia Rani Garden
  15. Jawahar Circle
  16. Samode Palace
  17. Hari Mahal Palace
  18. Raj Mahal Palace

Share you Jaipur Visit experience in the comment section below.

What to Pack on a Trekking Trip? Let’s Find Out

Every time I plan a trip, I am so excited that I always forget to keep one or two essential things. Well, this is normal and happens with every one. The excitement to leave for a trekking destinations makes me forget your present and my head keeps on planning random things on my travel.

Making mistakes and forgetting essential things makes you a pro traveler as you learn from your past experiences. From my last trip I have learn what Important things you must carry on a hiking or a trekking trip. I so do not want to be again in a middle of situation where I am thinking If I had this thing it would have been better. So, I have made a list of essential items which I surely carry on my trekking trip.

  1. Sunglasses
  2. Munching Items
  3. Bag Pack
  4. Torchlight
  5. Hand Sanitizer
  6. Sunscreen
  7. Trek Pants
  8. Cap or Hat
  9. Power Bank
  10. Rain Coat
  11. First Aid
  12. Water Bottle
  13. Sleepers/Sandle
  14. Undergarments
  15. Toiletries
  16. Dry Fruits/ Chocolates / Protein Bars

These are a list of some item to pack when you are leaving for a trekking.

Share your list of items that you pack when you go on a trekking trip.

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Movies that Will Inspire You to Visit Ladakh

Ladakh, the land of passes is one of the beautiful places to visit in India. It is famous for the breathtaking views, the clear skies and thrilling adventure activities.

Can’t visit Ladakh due to COVID-19 lock down? Why not watch some movies that are shot in this beautiful region administered by India as Union territory.

1. Lakshya

Lakshya is a story of aimless young man, Karan who quits Indian army seeing the tough life of a soldier. He later rejoins the Indian army to make his girlfriend proud. He aspires to conquer the peak 5179 against Pakistani troops with broken leg. He finally conquers and flies the Indian flag at the back drop of Ladakhi mountains. The mountain views and the terrain shown in this movie are breath taking.

2. LOC Kargil

This is a historical war drama film based on the 1999, Operation Vijay and Battle of Tololing. This is a multi-star Bollywood movie highlighting the relationship of a soldier with their loved ones at the time of war as well as the patriotic spirit of the Indian army. The final war scene of the movie is shot in Leh and Ladakh.

3. Dil Se

Dil se is a romantic thriller movie based on the insurgency in Northeast India. The lead roles were played by Shahrukh Khan and Manisha Koirala, while it was a debut film of Preity Zinta. The shooting location of this movie was Himachal, Assam, New Delhi, Kerala, Bhutan along with Leh. The song “Satrangi Re” was shooted near Thikse Monastery, pangong lake and the mystical Basgo Monastery Ruins.

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4. Jab Tak Hai Jaan

Jab Tak hai Jaan is romantic drama with Shahrukh Khan, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma in the lead roles. The film was shooted in multiple locations including Laddakh.

5. Bard of Blood

This movie depicts the journey of a spy who is alotted a mission to rescue 4 intelligence officers who were captured in Balochistan, Pakistan. The lead role in the movie is played by Imraan Hashmi and Sobhita Shulipala.

6. Road to Laddakh


You can even notice the shooting location by the movie trailer. The sand of laddakh and picturesque views have been beautifully captured in the movie. The story revolves around a mysterious smuggler and a reckless woman Sharon. The lead role is played by Irrfan Khan.

7 Best Netflix Travel Shows to watch Right Now

This lock down due to COVID19 has house arrested many travelling souls.

Well, for now travelers have to follow the local orders and must not hang around for tourism purpose. Until then you can watch some amazing travel series on Netflix, which will surely make you feel good.

1. Dark Tourist 2018

It is a documentary on Netflix based on dark tourism. For people who do not know the meaning of dark tourism, Dark tourism is a defined as travelling involved to historical places associated with death and tragedy. The series is presented by David Farrier, who is a journalist from New Zealand.

IMDb Rating: 7.6/10
Rotten Tomatoes: 70%

2. Departures

Departures is 2008 Japanese drama film. The film is directed by YĹŤjirĹŤ Takita. The film is about leading character Daigo Kobayashi, who follows his profound and his journey with death. The character uncovers the meaning of life and living, Joy and wonder.

IMDb Rating: 8.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes: 80%

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3. Unbranded

Unbranded is a 2015 documentary movie and is directed by Phillip Baribeau. You will see how group of four friends go on life-changing journey on a Mustang.

IMDb Rating: 7.4/10
Rotten Tomatoes: 75%

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4. Street Food (2019)

Street food is a 2019 documentary where you can explore “street foods” from the world’s most vibrant cities. You can explore street food of different cities from Singapore to India just at the comfort of your sofa. The highlights of this documentary is on the perseverance and culture that gives life to the cuisine’s from different country.

IMDb Rating: 8/10
Rotten Tomatoes: 100%

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5. The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes

This is a British documentary where you will see architectures of unique residents. The couple travels far and wide to explore such residents. From house made of recycled material to houses at unusual locations are featured in this documentary.

IMDb Rating: 7.5/10
Rotten Tomatoes:
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6. Long Way Round

This British documentary features two motorcyclist, Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman and their journey from London to New York on Motorcycle. You will love to watch this tale of two motorcyclist.

IMDb Rating: 8.6/10
Rotten Tomatoes:
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7. Night on Earth

This British documentary is based on nature and is narrated by Smira Wiley. You can watch about animals that are active during the night. You will find this documentary series mind-blowing and outstanding.

IMDb Rating: 8.3/10
Rotten Tomatoes:
83%

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How to Make a Face Mask with Fabric

Center for disease control recommends wearing face mask when you go to a public place such as grocery stores and pharmacies. These areas have high risk of community based transmission. A simple cloth covering also does the work but to manage it is quite difficult.

If you do not have a face mask and you are not getting it on the pharmacies you can create your own face mask at home. Creating your own face mask is cheap and you don’t have to visit the pharmacies again and again.

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Note: Do not use cloth face mask for children below 2 years of age. Try to keep kids below 2 years of age indoors.

Face mask made from fabric are washable and must be washed regularly depending on the number of frequency of use.

Sewing Instructions – What to do and What not to do

How to Sew Cloth Face Mask

Materials

  1. Two rectangles of cotton fabric – size 10″ x 6″
  2. Two pieces of elastic (Rubber band, cloth strips, hair ties or String) – size 6″
  3. Scissors
  4. Thread and Needle
  5. Sewing Machine

Tutorial on how to stitch face mask by cloth

  1. Take a cotton cloth for example, woven cotton, quilting fabric or cotton sheet. T – shirt fabric can also work.
  2. Cut 2 pieces of cotton fabric in 10 by 6 inch of size.
  3. Stack both the pieces as it were single piece of fabric
  4. Fold the long side for about 1/4 inch
  5. Fold the short side of the fabric for about 1/2 inch and stitch them.
  6. Run a 6-inch length elastic from the short side to make ear loops.
  7. Tie the elastics from the ends and pull a little bit of the elastic so the knots go inside.
  8. Stitch the elastic in place to keep the elastic from slipping.
  9. Your face mask is ready to use.

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Fellow Travellers – Follow these rules and stay away from COVID19

Corona-virus is a widely and easily spread disease. The infected person doesn’t know he/she is infected till the symptoms starts showing. It can take up to 2 to 10 days to show the corona-virus symptoms.

Here are some rules that you must follow in your day to day life to stay away from corona-virus.

1. Always wash the milk packet bought from market and then wash your hands.

2. Open your courier or parcels after a day. Till then keep it aside on an isolated table.

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3. Do not allow elderly people to go out on walk or yoga these days.

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4. Do not send your kids to tuition classes, music class or dance class.

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5. Clean your door bell daily 3-4 times a day.

6. Do not go to gym these days.

7. Try Not to use public transportation or cabs.

8. Clean your house floor 2 times a day.

9. Cook food in home and don’t order it from outside.

10. Sanitize your T.V remote, Laptop, Phone etc at least once a day.

11. Wash your clothes or keep the clothes aside after reaching home from office or market.

12. Consult the doctor if you have cough or cold.

13. Do not touch your face and tell this to old people also.

14. Keep fruits and vegetable in the fridge only after cleaning them nicely with water.

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15. Wash your hands frequently and nicely with soap water.

Maintaining cleanliness is the only way to stop spreading this pandemic disease.

Stay Home! Stay Happy!