In this blog post I show you twenty most beautiful photos of Ladakh roadtrip.
5 Spectacular Days in Leh: Itinerary, Travel Tips & Offbeat Day Trips from Leh
Traveling to Leh for five days. In this tight Leh itinerary, we have tried to add as many offbeat day trips to the tourist attractions in Ladakh as possible,
A Visit to the Kargil War Memorial at Dras: INCREDIBLE INDIA
Move him into the sun—Gently its touch awoke him once,At home, whispering of fields unsown.Always it woke him, even in France,Until this morning and this snow.If anything might rouse him nowThe kind old sun will know. Futility by Wilfred Owen I had not even finished being a decade old when I was introduced to the […]
Things to Remember before Visiting Kargil in February+ packing tips
Things to know before planning a trip to Kargil. This is also applicable for winter Ladakh. Travel tips for Ladakh in February.
Finding the Last Men from Alexander’s Army at Aryan Valley, Ladakh
Aryan valley of Ladakh is an offbeat destination where rumor says Alexander’s armymen took refuge and blended with local culture.
Discovering the Beauty of Kargil Travel Beyond Oropolitics
Places to visit in Kargil beyond the War memorial. Kargil is one of the coldest destinations in the world and one of the best winter destination of India.
Kargil, The Beautiful Apricot Valley Shrouded in Obscure Mist: a Photo Essay
A photo blog depicting the best of Kargil, Ladakh’s oft-ignored second district next to Leh, now steadily paving a way as an emerging destination. In twenty odd pictures, I try to present you the very best of Kargil, her craggy mountains, nature’s bounty, thick blanket of snow as a way of life for the larger […]
In picture: Colors of Naropa Festival: A Photoblog
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 […]
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 […]
Masakali: The Real Travel Stories
Masakali : Peace Dove that tirelessly flies While growing up in the earlier part of this century, we chanced upon a song on a dove. A Masakali, a dove that enchanted the generation with gleeful, fun mood and help adapt a carefree life. Soon, there were kurtis named after Masakli. Festivals galored and prizes showers […]