Gigantic mountains, glorious landscapes and the feeling of the ultimate adrenaline rush, trekking in Himachal Pradesh is part of everybody’s bucket list. The upper Himalayas present you with the most beautiful views, no matter what time of the month it... Continue Reading →
Chittaranjan Park is home to a number of Bengali families who have settled here. Every year this community celebrates Pujo in their traditional style. Every year, during Durga Puja, gorgeous pandals are set up and beautiful idols are installed, retelling the story of victory of good over evil.
Shifting to a corporate job for someone who was on a road for a long time is huge change. A full time job is no cure for the travel bug, once bitten the only cure is to keep traveling. When... Continue Reading →
"In the 90s, Cherrapunjee used to be the region to receive the highest rainfall," tells my father. In those days, neighboring Netarhat was one of the top 10 locations with highest rainfall in India. Growing up in Jharkhand, brought me... Continue Reading →
The month of February brings a special kind of travel bug out in me. It is the time for a trek that I have failed twice. I learned about Prashar Lake in 2013, I couldn’t trek to the place then... Continue Reading →
Thanks to your response and comments, I had to compile the second part of the Indian ruin trail series as soon as I could. In the previous post I spoke about the ruins of Southern and The Western part of... Continue Reading →
India has a rich history and a lot of it is left in the form of broken monuments and ruined structures. There is a beauty about these ruins, these unfinished structures that keeps me intrigued and I have spent a... Continue Reading →