About Deepika Singhania

A Literature and Media post graduate, Deepika Singhania is a freelance writer, editor and a hardcore feminist. She is an avid reader and a football enthusiast, who loves cooking and travelling along with having a strong affinity for chocolates, Harry Potter and the Bangalore rains. In her free time, she writes for Holidify, the Highest Rated Travel App in India.

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Dussehra in Mysore 1

Dussehra in Mysore
Facebook Google+ Twitter Hidden away in Karnataka, lies the old world city of Mysore. It has a certain serene air even in the hustle bustle of the city life. When you step into the city, you’ll see the lush greenery, an old world charm with the royal touch that Mysore is known for. But what ...

10 reasons why travelling with friends is the best thing in the world

10 reasons why travelling with friends is the best thing in the world
Facebook Google+ Twitter You are crazy, inseparable and a danger to the public; but that’s just what your gang of friends is like. You’ve spent more time with them than you did at home and you’ve probably broken every rule there is when you’re with them (except the bro code, of course). There is no ...

11 Flea Markets in India Every Shopaholic Must Shop At 4

11 Flea Markets in India Every Shopaholic Must Shop At
Facebook Google+ Twitter Shopping, they say, is something that the ladies love (Honestly, that’s just generalisation; I’m not a big fan of shopping and I know a few men wouldn’t mind spending the day buying furniture or trying out those new studs!). But come what may, it’s something we all have to do. Yes, it ...

Travel hacks for beaches

Travel hacks for beaches
Facebook Google+ Twitter Beach time!! Feeling the sand in your feet, while the waves rush against the shore is just such a happy picture. Just the idea of it gets me feeling so upbeat and excited! But beach time also means that you have to be very cautious about yourself as well as your belongings. ...

The Slang Saga – Bangalore

The Slang Saga – Bangalore
Facebook Google+ Twitter Bangalore – IT city, sexy weather, painful traffic, crazy auto walas, yummy idlis and dosas, greenery. Brigade Road, the kaapi and there’s just so much more to this beautiful city. But there are some things that exist or rather heard only here. It’s a Bangalorean thing, you see. Here are some of ...

13 Best Beach Shacks in Goa 23

13 Best Beach Shacks in Goa
Facebook Google+ Twitter Goaaaaaaa! It might be the smallest state in India, but that doesn’t stop it from being one of the most loyally crowded places in the country. It just has something for everyone! If you’re a Goa addict, you’ll know what I’m talking about. Among everything else that it is known for, Goa ...

The Ultimate Hippies’ Guide to India – 15 Hotspots 3

The Ultimate Hippies' Guide to India - 15 Hotspots
Facebook Google+ Twitter The sixties is a thing of the past but thankfully, the hippies aren’t. These vibrant and peace loving folks are still around, celebrating and ‘tripping’ on life the way they like it to be. The hippie culture and influence has been present in India for centuries, now. They’re still living it up ...

19 Bollywood Movies that capture India in an amazing way ! 3

19 Bollywood Movies that capture India in an amazing way !
Facebook Google+ Twitter You might want to travel the world over to the most exotic of locations, but India has more than enough breath taking locales of its own. No, I’m not talking about the regular locales that Bollywood has made famous; I’m talking about the ones that they’ve captured and given a character to. ...

Places To Visit In Bangalore With Friends 2

Places To Visit In Bangalore With Friends
Facebook Google+ Twitter If you’ve just moved into the city for that new job or course, or are visiting your grandparents for a vacation, then you’re probably bored with your evenings and weekends. After all, how many movies or malls can you go to? So, here are a few places to visit in Bangalore with ...

Delving into the forbidden – the Nelang Valley 7

Delving into the forbidden – the Nelang Valley
Facebook Google+ Twitter Hidden away on the remote border district of Uttarkashi, this beautiful valley at the historically famous Indo-China border stands at a height of over 11,000 feet above the sea level. It gives rise to one of the largest tributaries of the Bhagirathi River, the Jadh Ganga. The Jadh Ganga is also a ...