Living Root Bridges of Meghalaya

Living Root Bridges

Bridges, no matter how small or insignificant, are masterpieces in their own right. There is always a candid charm that comes along with reference to bridges. All the important and not so important bridges I have seen so far have made me realize that constructing a bridge is more an art form rather than a form … [Read more…]

Of Ruins that Breed Faith at Bateshwar Temples, M.P.

Bateshwar Temples

Travel is therapy and it gets even better when your best buddies become your travel companions. With a shared interest in small towns having larger than life histories, we decided to head to Gwalior and Orchha to end the travel calendar of 2017. The city of Scindias welcomed us with open arms as we warmed … [Read more…]

Folk Flavour At MP Travel Mart

There are only a few one can trust when it comes to representing you at World Class events. MP Travel Mart was surely one and I could not have asked for a better representative than my friend Sailaja from Tiny Creek. Today, she takes you on a joyride with her words that paint a beautiful … [Read more…]

At a Loss of Words at Sri Anandpur Sahib

Anandpur Sahib

Travel makes you do silly things like leaving a piece of your soul behind at unknown places. Strangely, these are places which are unfamiliar but still feel like home. These places have stories to share and you feel like you have lived those tales in forms that are only imaginary. Anandpur Sahib is one such place, and the … [Read more…]

#TWC2015 – Travel Secrets

For someone who grew up on a regular dosage of Famous Five and Secret Seven, hallucinating to be a member of a secret club came naturally. All those years of praying for a miracle to give me my own secret society, trying to build clubs that didn’t function beyond the first day and regretting being … [Read more…]

Sursingdhar Series – The Hike Story

An intoxicating trip to the little known hill town of Sursingdhar, Tehri Garhwal almost had me converted from a total beach-person to someone who could fall in love with the mountains too. It was a perfect offbeat-holiday to break the monotony of corporate slavery.    Sursingdhar is tucked away from the touristy crowd by the … [Read more…]

An Escape to the Queen of Hills

They say that old habits die hard. Times change, circumstances change but these inner cravings don’t budge. It is that time of the year again when the heart aches for a vacation. It has been years since summer vacations ceased to exist in my life but come June and the heart automatically longs for a trip to the … [Read more…]

Longing For Lonavla

Hasty decisions sometimes come back to haunt us at the most inappropriate of times. Nostalgia gets better of me whenever I crave for a weekend getaway and I am unable to decide a destination. And then the decision to move back from Pune to Delhi comes to trouble me with all it’s might. Unlike Pune, … [Read more…]