Indian Weaves as Heritage: How Far You will Travel for the Textiles?

The way back home from office is a long tiring journey with usual Bangalore traffic. I generally plug in the ear buds at this time, hope for no interruption in Airtel connectivity and unwind with Bengali soap operas in Hotstar. These soap operas are interesting with the protagonists getting on a marriage spree on almost […]

Live your Jungle dream at the Dandeli Jungle Camp, Karnataka!

A few days in the Dandeli Jungle Camp, where the world is vivid! Sated with the tiny colorful avian creatures’ company, I longed for more of Old Magazine House, yet I knew it is time to bid adieu and head for the next big surprise in the interiors of Dandeli forest. My next destination, Dandeli […]

Paradise Regained: Everything to Know for a Week-long Guwahati to Tawang Road-trip

Tawang remain’s North East India’s one of the most sought after destinations (in Arunachal Pradesh) where thousands of travelers flock every year. The snow of higher Himalayas, multiple unexplored trekking routes, the glacier trail, frozen lakes: you name it and thou shalt get it! However, the mighty mountains are not reachable by regular flights, let […]

Everything to know before starting a Road trip to Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

A Complete Guide to Road Tripping Arunachal Pradesh: Everything You Must Know   “To ascend the steep Himalayas of the far eastern range is a daunting task. You shall need a car that will go on and on!” said the driver Anirul, whom we requested for an SUV for the upcoming trip. “Amaron it has […]

Never Again: Saigon War Remnant Museum

It numbed a part of my mind. The moment I visited the War Remnant Museum, Saigon. Sure, I have read tons of literature, spent sleepless nights watching movies on the Nam war and felt the terror. And not lived in it. For when Copolla had filmed the Napalm bomb razing over the swaying palm trees […]

Dakini Yogini: the Demons of Kalipuja

As I am writing this blog post, my forefathers from past 14 generations, along with a school of “Pretatma”, the disappeared souls with desire for Earthy pleasure have been unleashed from the hell. The smokescreens shall appear in the alleys. This is their night. Are you prepared to treat them with the relish of 14 […]

Monsoon in Goa

Dil Chahta Hain because, “Tumse na Ho Payega” generation we are! Little did Farhan Akhtar planned a travel industry boom while directing his debut masterpiece “Dil Chahta Hain”. We are the whole lot of Indian Blokes who grow up watching Bollywood while falling in love with the next door guy or playing the sad tunes […]

My Goa Wardrobe Staples!

“I could live in a sari; I was born to wear a sari.” Vidya Balan, Bollywood actor   My love for Sarees knows no bound. I have seen my mother, aunts, grandmother wear nothing but a piece of Saree and trek the Himalayas or swim in the Bay of Bengal. The seemingly meek confrontation of […]

Phuket Tsunami et al

  Death of thousands. This is where it all happened. Enormous bout of overwhelm takes the better of me as I stand down the warning poll at Patong beach where Bangla road starts. It is a merry evening, the pubs are pouring heady cocktails, the poll dancers has started with acrobats and nightlife with uncomfortable […]