In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Many flocked to the Indian hill station of Darjeeling.
- A waiter at Ambassador Hotel, who hails from the hill station, demonstrated the dialect by pronouncing a few words in his mother tongue.
- The trail finally leads to Kemmangudi, a popular hill station, which is surrounded by breathtaking cascades.
- Nearly a decade did Mohan spend observing the animal, its behavioural patterns and ecology even in the icy climate of the hill station.
- In the old days when summer came people in Bangalore retreated to the cooler climes of a hill station, or to Whitefield.
- The famed hill station of south India has long lost its charm
- It guides tourists to the hill station not only in summer but also during the off-season.
- ‘Since we wanted a romantic feel of a hill station, we put up pillars of the old times with plants for a cleaner and greener look,’ Sabu reveals.
- For instance, he transports the viewer to the Kozhikode beachfront, parts of Kannur and even the hill station Munnar.
- Even Coonoor, a hill station in Tamil Nadu, is just a four-hour drive away.
- The shortest is the Matheran hill railway system built in 1907 connecting the little hill station to Mumbai, covering just 21 km.
- Tourists and residents of Ooty thronged the three-day food festival held in the hill station recently.
- Darjeeling is a famous hill station and resort area, and the train is a popular attraction.
- Veena wants to go for a holiday to a hill station.
- Two days earlier we had set off from the serenity of the Mirik Lake resort, a small hill station near Darjeeling, for the trip to Sandakphu.
- Apart from the regular VIPs and the public, tourists who came to the hill station also flocked the carnival.
- Darjeeling is blessed with captivating views of the Eastern Himalayas and has the best hill station in India.
- Manali, situated at an altitude of 6000 feet, is a renowned hill station in India.
- But, while in Delhi I thought to myself, how affected could the hill station be?
- Other days, he earns a living by selling bangles in villages around the hill station.
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