Travel Safely with Your Kid

Travelling with children is nerve-racking for parents because they are responsible for the well-being of kids and they also want to have a stress-free trip.  Smart adults usually plan everything ahead, taking all essential items for the child in carry-on luggage, for instance or preparing all necessary supplies. And,...

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Top-5 Parental Control Applications

Browsing through the Internet you can find hundreds of parental control apps, however, not all of them are worth your attention because they are single-purposed or don’t meet the requirements of such kind of software. Here we have selected our top-5 list of applications that definitely hit the spot!...

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Apps to the Rescue: Applications That Show You the Way

As the practice shows, anything can happen. Your long-awaited trip to India or another exotic country can turn into a nightmare just because it is a place you’ve never been before. Beauty of the unusual places and people can wreath the head and here you are, standing somewhere in...

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The Best Apps for Great Vacations

Travelling around the world or just to the nearby town can be both great and horrific. Everything depends on you and on exactness of your preparation. Now we have mobile applications that make all the difference in planning, travelling, booking and enjoying the trip! Here is the list of...

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Jugaad

Jugaad is a Hindi term that is currently widely used in India and Pakistan. We all are keen travelers and globetrotters. Hitting the road to India, as well as anywhere else on the Earth, make sure that you are safe. Even simple usage of mobile phone parental control software...

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Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan, which literally means “a tie of protection”, is a traditional Hindu festival that is celebrated in August. The festival is dedicated to the love and affection between brothers and sisters. It is also a way to cherish any brother-sister-like caring and protective relationship between men and women,...

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Mahout

Mahout is a Hindi word with Sanskrit origins, which literally means “one having great measure”. This term was introduced to describe a keeper, trainer and rider of an elephant. This is a family profession where young boys are assigned their own elephants to whom they remain bonded throughout their...

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Kachchi Misri

Kachchi Misri (other forms of the word include: Kacchi Misri, Kachi Misri) literally means “temporary sweet”. This term is used to describe one of the Sindhi wedding customs – the first of the many wedding ceremonies that takes place after both families give their approval. It is a small...

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Mataji

Mataji is a Hindi term that literally means ‘a respected mother’. This is a polite term used to address an older woman in Indian culture, if the speaker does not know her very well. The word Mataji, when used to address any woman in general, or somebody’s mother in...

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