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Highlights of India Today Travel Plus magazine dated March 2013. With actor Kunal Karan Kapoor on its cover, the March issue of Travel Plus is a special on lush landscapes. While the Food section explores the culinary delights of Malaysia, the Gadgets have some great buying suggestions for avid travellers. The Explore section gives a graphic description of the stunning landscapes of Canada and Assam and the Experience section makes Gujarat’s Rann festival memorable. There are informative articles and eye catching pics on heavens of beauty and fun like Istanbul, Chambal and Malaysia.

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If the world is an oyster, India is her most celebrated pearl. Since April 2002, TRAVEL PLUS has presented an in-depth view of select Indian states going beyond touristy clich's. Presenting straight-from-the-heart travel pieces by the state's most respected names and essential information for the upmarket traveller, the publications were enhanced by a panoramic visual feast.

Kerala was presented in a two-series theme woven around the elements of Water and Fire; the less known north-eastern states of Assam, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh as the exotic east. The less known but no less fascinating regions of Chhattisgarh and Sikkim too were explored through indepth articles and specially commissioned photographs. Then, there was Maharashtra Unlimited focused overview of a multi-dimensional state.

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