Cochin to Guruvayur and The Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple

Guruvayur Temple covered area

Kerala has been high on my list of places to visit but somehow I was not able to travel. Once I booked the air tickets but have to cancel because the group leader canceled the trip. It was a few years back. This time I planned my trip on my own and I persuaded my … Read moreCochin to Guruvayur and The Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple

Sarnath Stupa – From Varanasi

How can I miss Sarnath Stupa, when I am in Varanasi. Sarnath is approx 12 km from Varanasi city and a day trip is best option to explore. One morning after breakfast, I decided to go to Sarnath stupa and hired an auto rickshaw (tuk-tuk) for going and return. It is the most popular & … Read moreSarnath Stupa – From Varanasi

Kumbhalgarh Fort and Ranakpur Temples With Udaipur

We went to Kumbhalgarh Ranakpur from Udaipur, which is approx 100 km from Udaipur. Kumbhalgarh is not well connected with Udaipur by public transport. We booked a taxi a in advance and decided to leave at 8.30 AM, we hired the taxi for next two days. After breakfast in the hotel and we started for … Read moreKumbhalgarh Fort and Ranakpur Temples With Udaipur

Places to visit in Udaipur – The City of Lakes

City palace view from lake pichola Udaipur

Udaipur is one of my favorite city in Rajasthan and has its own charm. Udaipur is also known as the city of lakes because of the 5 prominent Lakes in and around the city. There are many beautiful places to visit in Udaipur and every time I go, I discover something new. The Lake Pichola … Read morePlaces to visit in Udaipur – The City of Lakes

Chittorgarh Fort Largest Fort in India

I like visiting forts, monuments and historical places. If during my travel, I am not able to visit any monument then I feel that I am missing something. I was planning to visit Chittorgarh for some time and finally, I decided to visit. I decided to visit Udaipur and Kumbhalgarh with it. I planned my … Read moreChittorgarh Fort Largest Fort in India

Hampi Village – UNESCO’s World Heritage site

Virupaksha Hampi village

Hampi is known for its temples and ruins. It’s a UNESCO’s world heritage site. These ruins are spread on both sides of Tungabhadra River and there is so much to see. Most of these ruins are in bazaar side of the river and another side has comparatively lesser places to visit. The other side of … Read moreHampi Village – UNESCO’s World Heritage site

Dev Diwali in Varanasi – My Solo Trip

Dev Deepawali in Varanasi

Varanasi is one the oldest living city in the world and it is believed to be 4,000-4,500 year old. It is a city with which you either fall in love or you hate it. There is so much to experience here, I am not using the word see because Varanasi is more about feel. I … Read moreDev Diwali in Varanasi – My Solo Trip

Ramadan Food Exploration in Dilli 6

Food at restaurants

Ramadan is approaching and I am remembering my food exploration trips to Dilli 6. Once I went on my own and second time with a professional walk leader. Its a fun walking around in crowded streets full of festivities. You have to negotiate your way. It’s a very different kind of experience for most of … Read moreRamadan Food Exploration in Dilli 6

Andaman Island’s Must See Places

The Andaman Islands are situated in the Bay of Bengal, these are approximately 1600 Kms from mainland India. These islands are clean and still not very touristy places as visiting these is not very cheap. These islands has many places to see but in 7-8 days not possible to see everything, I have compiled a … Read moreAndaman Island’s Must See Places

Travelling Solo – Advantages & Disadvantages

For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Everything we do in life has some advantages and some disadvantages. There are two sides of every coin and same is applicable when we travel alone. Based on my experience, I am trying to consolidate these. Let’s talk about advantages first – * Freedom to … Read moreTravelling Solo – Advantages & Disadvantages