Experiencing Cyclone Kyarr & its Aftermath in Goa!

Cyclone kyarr in Goa and what happened after the rains

A photo blog with pictorial depictions of my 7 days in Goa, when the coastal state was awashed by cyclone Kyarr. I was in Goa by the end of October 2019. The time is generally touted as shoulder season in Goa. Resorts and shacks by the beaches get a new coat of bright paint, gearing … Read more Experiencing Cyclone Kyarr & its Aftermath in Goa!

Beyond Sun and Sand: Offbeat & Fun Things to do in Goa

Offbeat Things to do in Goa

About this Blog: Traveling to Goa during monsoon? Traveling with family or kids? Is it your first solo trip to Goa? Wondering where to lounge except for the beaches? Here is your comprehensive guide! Read all my posts on things to do in Goa! Don’t worry.. I will also tell you about the secret beaches I … Read more Beyond Sun and Sand: Offbeat & Fun Things to do in Goa

Does and Don’ts of Delhi Metro Rail: An Insider’s Guide

About this blog: Delhi metro is a fantastic solution to the never ending traffic jam and increasing pollution in the Indian capital. Connecting a substantial distance from Gurgaon to Noida, and Faridabad to Ghazibad, the Delhi metro route is a cheap and reliable way to commute to work in Delhi. The cherry on the cake … Read more Does and Don’ts of Delhi Metro Rail: An Insider’s Guide

Ganeshgudi Forest, a Safekeep for the Hornbills and Small Pleasures of Birding in Dandeli!

birding at dandeli

About this blog: Dandeli is one of the best places for birding in India. besides, it is in Dandeli where I learnt to appreciate the art of birding. While most of it revolved around camera shutters going down at an incredible speed, I learnt to appreciate the intriguing art of birding while post processing the … Read more Ganeshgudi Forest, a Safekeep for the Hornbills and Small Pleasures of Birding in Dandeli!

Rameswaram: 7 things to do at the Ancient Temple Town of Tamilnadu!

Rameswaram Pamban Bridge Sunset

About the blog: A plethora of activities await you at the ancient temple town Rameswaram (otherwise known as Pamban island) beside visiting the famous Ramanathaswamy Temple, one of the sacrosanct Char Dhams of Hindu pimgrims. In this travel guide, I try to answer frequent questions like things to do at Rameswaram, where to eat at … Read more Rameswaram: 7 things to do at the Ancient Temple Town of Tamilnadu!

The World’s Greatest Conservation Story with One-Horned Rhinos at Kaziranga: A Complete Travel Guide

Asiatic Elephants from Kaziranga

About this blog: Kaziranga National Park in India houses 70% of one-horned rhino population of the world. Located by the southern bank of Brahmaputra river in Assam, Kaziranga forest is also a tiger reserve with more than 100 big cats at their highest density existence. A flimsy number of 18 rhinos slowly but steadily grew … Read more The World’s Greatest Conservation Story with One-Horned Rhinos at Kaziranga: A Complete Travel Guide

In picture: Colors of Naropa Festival: A Photoblog

Naropa Festival Photos

I love region specific festivals since they bring you closest to the people. Despite extreme geographic condition set amid a bleak mountain landscape, Ladakh’s population is a fun loving as well as colorful lot! Naropa festival is an initiative by Live to Love organization under the Drukpa lineage of Buddhism. Also referred to as the … Read more In picture: Colors of Naropa Festival: A Photoblog

Naropa Festival: Tracing Back Antiquity at the Kumbh mela of Himalaya at Hemis Monastery, Ladakh

The Naropa Festival at Ladakh, High Passes of Himalaya: Touching the Peaceful Soul of Ladakhi Culture A riot of colours splashed against the bleak mountains of highlands of Ladakh as the monks from Hemis monastery emerged from the fold of barren lifeless Ladakhi mountains. The relics dating back to antiquity, believed to be handed down to Naropa … Read more Naropa Festival: Tracing Back Antiquity at the Kumbh mela of Himalaya at Hemis Monastery, Ladakh

An Essay on a Trip to Shillong and Meghalaya for a Week

Don Bosco Museum, Shillong

Chasing the Scotland of the East: Shillong-Cherrapunji-Mawsynram tour for a week! We descended from the steeps of Bomdila,  Arunachali Himalayas rather quick and entered into the warm embrace of the Khasi Jaintia hillside in a day, fourteen hours of road-trip to be precise! Verdant landscapes and still bodied Umiam quickly formed a layer on our memory, … Read more An Essay on a Trip to Shillong and Meghalaya for a Week