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

Travel to Bhutan & Ist day in Paro

Bhutan is the country of a stunning and wide variety of ancient traditions, impressive monasteries, a deeply revered king; who is loved by people. Buddhism is a natural way of life and the whole country follows its age-old traditions. It’s also the country having introduced Gross National Happiness to the world as an alternative for … Read moreTravel to Bhutan & Ist day in Paro

Ooty and Coonoor – A Weekend Trip in Monsoon

Ooty and Coonoor - A Weekend Trip in Monsoon

Ooty and Coonoor are far from North of India and there is no direct flight. The nearest airport of Coimbatore is approx 100 Km. Though I had traveled to Tirupur many times via Coimbatore for official work but never had time to these two places. Finally, I got an opportunity to visit Tirupur for some … Read moreOoty and Coonoor – A Weekend Trip in Monsoon

The Golden Temple Amritsar and Jalliawala Bagh

Golden Temple Amritsar

I have an eternal connection with Amritsar and I still remember I used to spend my summer holidays at my grand mother’s place in this city. Though we stopped visiting Amritsar after my grand mom’s departure for heavenly adobe. My annual visits to Amritsar stopped but this city has a special place in my heart. … Read moreThe Golden Temple Amritsar and Jalliawala Bagh