Last month, I spent a good couple of weeks in Himachal Pradesh. On one of the mornings, we hiked up to an ancient temple called Giri Ganga and stopped by the neighbouring meadows for lunch. I was with my homestay’s host and a couple of his friends. The four of lunch sat on th
I perched myself on a rock, looking at the Sun going down the sea. A couple passed me, walking hand in hand into a beach shack. A woman sat flopped in the sand with a dog by her side. A couple of kids sped by on bikes, yelling in glee. Bob Marley’s ‘Don’t worry, be …
I don’t like novels that are ‘one time reads’, movies that are ‘one time watch’ and places that are ‘one time visits’. I love when one time is just not enough. I want books that can be read until the pages are tattered, scenes that can be watched until you can recite all dialogs, and…
This is my favourite part of Goa. Teeming with things to do, interesting people to meet and great desserts, every time I have visited Panjim, I have grown increasingly fond of it. The cultural presence in this city is significant. Perhaps the reason why it tops my chart of Goan destinations. Unaffected by the tourist...
When I hear of a heritage walk in Ahmedabad City, I was quite keen on going. The walk is organized by the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation and they charge just 50 rupees for it. The walled city walk happens early in the morning at 8.00 am and we were staying in Gandhinagar. We still made it. The walk starts from Swaminarayan Temple and ends at Jama Masjid. It is aptly called Mandir se Masjid Tak!
The drive from Govind Ghat to Badrinath was a thrilling one. From the rough cut edges of the road, which were garnished by Gopal’s stories of driving through this stretch during the 2013 Uttarakhand Floods, to the delicate turns which swirled around to meet the skies, every thing en route was like a dream.
Bhangarh Fort is an old and massive fort, situated in the valley of Aravallis. It is located on the border of Sariska Reserve in the Alwar district of Rajasthan. The fort is one of the oldest forts in India, established in 1573, as claimed by Wikipedia.
'Bir', we said. "Beed?' they asked. We were at the bus stand in the holy town of Baijnath marvelling at the ancient carvings in the Baidyanath Temple and the tranquil town of Bir was only thirty minutes away, we were told. We hopped into the already full bus and the uphill climb began. How to reach…
Located near the foothills of Himalayas, Rishikesh is a beautiful city known all over the world as Yoga capital. It is a city that holds rich source of Indian heritage and religion. Since 90’s Rishikesh has been eyed as the major tourist destination in India.
My visit starts with the Cabbie in Jodhpur, who told us that it was not worth going to Mandore as no one goes there any more. Instead, he insisted that he take us to other places like Umaid Bhavan or the emporiums. Having firmly declined the offer, we were unceremoniously dropped off at the main entrance of Mandore Gardens.
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