Live From Lord’s, London

Lord's

I strongly believe that at times it so happens that you visit some places not because they are on your list but for your loved ones. A place which means so much to someone you love, that you have to go and leave your footprints and of course bring back souvenirs for them. That’s exactly … [Read more…]

Luxury In Nature’s Lap At TatSaraasa Resort & Spa, Udaipur

I lost my heart to Udaipur a couple of years ago, when I landed at the city of lakes during the pink of winters. Since then, a desire to re-visit and do Udaipur the offbeat way burned bright and I finally got a chance to do that last month, all thanks to TatSaraasa Resort & … [Read more…]

In The Lap Of Himalayas

Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh is famous for it’s Himalayan brew, warm weaves, paragliding capital of the nation (the twin towns of Bir and Billing) and much more. The valley offers breathtaking views of snow clad mountains and small towns playing hosts to the offbeat travelers who chose to tread the road less traveled. While most … [Read more…]

The ‘Toy Story’ from Channapatna

Channapatna

Flashback to a long time ago. A bus from Bangalore to Mysore, a Kannada movie playing for the travelers who might or might not be interested. It was my first time in South India and  I was fascinated by the diversity and vastness of the country. I had spent a couple of days at Bangalore, exploring … [Read more…]

The Best of Jakarta In a Day With AirAsia

Last November I was headed to Benaras to witness the spectacular Dev Diwali but then life had other plans. Instead of Benaras, I landed up at Jakarta with AirAisa, to be a part their annual event with travel bloggers across Asia. Now imagine – a great location, an amazing hotel, a super efficient team Air Asia, … [Read more…]

Temple Hopping Through Bangkok with Via.com

Bangkok Temples

A trip to Bangkok is never complete unless you spend a couple of days temple-hopping. There are around 400 big and small Buddhist temples in the Thai capital. No, they are not all the same. During my trip to Bangkok, I spent a day checking out the most famous and touristy of them all, after … [Read more…]

Kuldhara – An Untold Tale of Ruins

Kuldhara

Many a times, ancient ruins are referred to as hauntingly beautiful. We don’t really realize this often, but referring to ruins as beautiful really overshadows the pain and sadness that must have enveloped the place after it really turned into a ruin. Sometime back, I visited what remains of the ancient settlement of Kuldhara, near Jaisalmer. … [Read more…]