Yogesh Thakur, 30, was admitted to hospital in Chhatarpur city with severe stomach pain. His mother, Kusma Thakur, told doctors her son would ‘grab anything and eat it’.
They were stunned to find objects such as a knife, screwdriver, razor blades and plastic items inside Mr Thakur’s stomach.
Two days later, doctors extracted the list of objects and Mr Thakur, a part-time farmer, is now recovering and will receive psychiatric help.
There’s nothing like waking up at sunrise in a big, comfortable bed with the Taj Mahal outside your window — except maybe basking in a glorious sunset from the pool of your overwater bungalow in Bora Bora.
Some experiences really are dreams come true, and they don’t have to feel like a gargantuan chore to plan. The first step is deciding what your idea of a dream trip is. “For some people, the idea of a dream trip is really just a time out,” said Stacy Small, the founder and CEO of Elite Travel International, which focuses on crafting luxury travel experiences for executives, entrepreneurs and celebrities. Small says requests for bucket-list type experiences are fewer and farther between than they once were. Continue at Source: 5 epic dream trips and how to make them happen
There are many temples in our country which are known for their specialties. So you’re going to find some Shiva idols that are the tallest. People come from far and wide to see them and take advantage of philosophy. Today we have brought to you these the highest idols of Shiva, which can be seen from many distances. Yes, there are many places abroad known for their high Shiva statue. So let us know about these tall stachus of Lord Shiva, which are very beautiful and very high. Continue at Source: These are the 5 highest and most beautiful sculptures of Lord Shiva, the Tourist crows can spot here
India has seven Union Territories and it’s time we get to know them up close and personal
We don’t talk enough about India’s Union Territories. Well, we do talk about Delhi’s rich heritage, Andaman and Nicobar Islands’ pristine beaches and a passing mention of Puducherry’s French quarters. What about the rest? India has, in total, seven Union Territories–Delhi (National Capital Territory of Delhi), Puducherry, Chandigarh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Lakshadweep and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Continue at Source: 7 Unique Things About India’s 7 Union Territories
In the heat of this unrelenting summer, even a single day of pleasant weather is celebrated like a festival, especially in the North Indian cities which are subjected to scorching summer sun. Doorstep food delivery personnel remain busy, restaurants brim with customers ordering their favourite foods, drinks are shared, and more smiling faces can be seen. However, it’s a rare luxury when summer is at its peak. There’s no way you’re can get to enjoy a toned down weather every other day, can you? Continue at Source: 7 Surprisingly Underrated Summer Destinations of India You Must Explore
Read about the legends of the hidden rooms and tunnels inside Indian monuments
Exploring through some of the most ancient monuments of the world, sometimes, some archaeologists happen to stumble upon some even deeper secrets. It could be a hidden passage, a mysterious room, an untold tale or even our very own version of the National treasure movie series, right here. It is a reality and it could be the greatest and biggest treasures that the world could ever witness or never witness at all. Continue at Source: Here Are The Indian Chambers of Secrets
For better or worse, the holy city of Rishikesh, which rests on the foothills of the Himalayas in northern India, will always be associated with the Beatles and their sojourn to study transcendental meditation in 1968.
Although Rishikesh is the self-styled “yoga capital of the world,” there’s lots more to do there than simply run through vinyasas mouthing “Om Shanti.” View this list of top things to do to get started. Continue at Source: 9 things to do in the yoga capital of the world
Nestled amidst the Eastern Ghats, with beautiful golden sandy beaches on one side and the alluring lush green hills on the other, Vizag is deservingly called ‘The Jewel of the East’. The natural beauty of the city and its rich history should not be missed by people visiting the city. To truly soak in the essence of this beautiful place, here are 16 places to visit in Vizag. Continue at Source: 16 beautiful places to visit in Vizag and its surroundings
Unlike ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’, you don’t have to go to Spain in order to try various adventure sports. Here are the best places to try them in India.
Indian movies have taught many things. But the most important amongst them: “A life lived without adventure is a life wasted.” How true indeed! Adventure is necessary to bring spice to our boring, sedentary lifestyle. And what best than giving Adventure Sports a try? Once you try adventure sports, the adrenaline rush of that experience will never be matched by any other thing. Continue at Source: 10 Adventure Sports in India you need to try before turning 30
Save your child from the scorching heat in the city by planning a weekend getaway to these six cool destinations that are quite close to Delhi.
With the heat in the city becoming almost unbearable, one of the ideal ways to save your child and yourself from it would be by planning a trip to a nearby getaway in the hills. We bring you a list of six lesser-known destinations near Delhi where you can enjoy a refreshing holiday with your family. Continue at Source: 6 offbeat holiday destinations near Delhi you can visit with kids to escape the heat