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Sep 28

Bollywood on Oprah!

For all Bollywood fans, Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan will be on Oprah today, September 28th. Considered one of the most famous couples in the world, this is their first interview together since their marriage in 2007. Check your local listings for showtimes!

Posted by Allison Sodha at 01:04 PM

Posted in Culture

Sep 23

SAWERA Fundraiser: Almost sold out!

We only have a few tickets remaining for our SAWERA fundraiser on October 3. If you are interested in attending, please let us know. Tickets are $65 and include a formal Indian dinner, dancing, and entertainment. There will also be a silent auction that includes some fantastic packages, including a trip to India. We look forward to seeing you and thank you for supporting an end to domestic violence!

Posted by Allison Sodha at 04:36 PM

Posted in Events

Sep 17

Kerala: 100% computer connected!

Starting in November, all of Kerala will have access to internet access, making it India's first state with high-speed connectivity in every village.

Posted by Allison Sodha at 11:34 AM

Posted in Communication, India, Internet

Sep 10

A testimonial - before the departure!!

I recently received this client testimonial that beautifully articulates how Sodha Travel does more than just coordinate the travel details:

Posted by Allison Sodha at 07:01 PM

Posted in India, Testimonials

Sep 3

Travel Reviews

Recently, an AOL Travel column highlighted the do's and dont's when reading travel reviews. It is all too common that travelers read certain reviews of properties and destinations, only to be given misinformation or unreasonable expectations.

Posted by Allison Sodha at 05:31 PM
Sep 1

2010 Commonwealth Games: Delhi, India

The Commonwealth Games will be held in Delhi, India from October 3-14, 2010. For the past few months, we have been receiving inquiries about the best time to reserve accommodations and services. The answer is now! Some hotels are already at full capacity and others are quickly selling out. Tours, transfers, internal flights, and hotels are also being rapidly reserved in areas around Delhi, particularly Agra, Ranthambore, Samode, and Rajasthan, to name a few. India is expected to see a surge of visitors, many who will attend the games and then continue their travels throughout the magnificent subcontinent. Furthermore, because the games are held only one month before Diwali on November 5, many are finding an appeal to arrange their travel in conjunction with the festivities. If you plan to attend the games and/or visit India during this festive time, we encourage you to coordinate and reserve your travel plans as soon as possible.

Posted by Allison Sodha at 05:00 PM

Posted in India, Events

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