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Hurry.!! Use Your RideCoins before they Expire.

Dear <Mr./Ms.> <FirstName>, It is my distinct pleasure to interact with you. Today, I am sharing the information about your RideCoins. You might already know that you earn reward points (RideCoins) for each referral where each reward point is equal to ₹ 1. Some of our customers have earned more than 5000 RideCoins worth ₹ 5000 and utilized them over… Continue Reading…


Independence Offer On Cab Bookings

Dear <Mr./Ms.> <FirstName>, It is my delight to keep you posted about our latest, Independence offer on this Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav. You can enjoy upto ₹500/- off on the first ride with coupon RIDEFIRST and going forward with RIDESAFE on your Airport Rides, Rentals and Outstation trips. Now get guaranteed cabs on scheduling your rides atleast 4 hours prior… Continue Reading…


RIDGE POINT

If you are planning for an adventurous off-road experience to scenic Bisle Ghat, you can head to Mankanahalli village which has a ridge that divides water into the east-flowing river (Hemavati) towards the Bay of Bengal or west-flowing (Netravati) into the Arabian Sea. Rainfall on the ridge flow to various streams in the Ghat which than link up with rivers before ending their… Continue Reading…


OOTY- “Queen of the Nilgiris”

Ooty, also known as Udagamandalam, is a hill station in Tamil Nadu which serves as a top-rated tourist destination. Once regarded as the summer headquarters of the East India Company, the Queen of the hills is a picturesque getaway. Nestled amidst Nilgiri hills, dotted with tea gardens, serene waterfalls, winding country lanes and charming colonial architecture, Ooty is the perfect… Continue Reading…


Talakadu-Kashi of the South

Talakadu also Known as ‘Talakad’ is on the banks of the river Cauvery .The name ‘Talakadu’ was given after two hunters, who attained enlightenment by worshipping ‘Vaidhyanatheshwara’ and the place came to be called after them. The place was also known as Gajaranyakshetra. Talakadu is also known for the sand dunes which gives the town a desert-like appearance that has… Continue Reading…


The Nine Hill Forts Around Bengaluru

Many amongst us are unaware about the Nine hill forts, also known as Navadurgas, which are on the outskirts of the garden city of Bengaluru. The forts are located within a radius 100 km from the city. These forts are the standing examples of Karnataka’s rich and diverse history. It helped protect Bangalore for siege of British. Each fort name has… Continue Reading…