On the trail to Chalal from Kasol

March 5, 2022

The trinity of love and charm: Kalga, Pulga, and Tulga

February 17, 2022

Manikaran Sahib: A confluence of faith and ideas

January 9, 2022

Oh my gosh!! Tosh

January 7, 2022

South East Asia

Hoi An: The city of lanterns Ever since I landed in Da Nang, Vietnam’s port city, Hoi An was a constant feature among travelers. Some had...
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Stok Palace: An exquisite miniature of Ladakh

India

It was mid-afternoon when we arrived in Leh. The temperatures soared to 30 degrees, a very unlikely for Ladakh. But the temperature was...
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Dawki: A river paradise

North East India • 2 Comments

I was a little undecided between going to Dawki or making a long trip to Tura. And my Airbnb host in Shillong had almost decided to...
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Inside the sacred forests of Mawphlang

North East India • 2 Comments

In every turn in Meghalaya nature has a story to tell. Amongst the brooding mountains and the fiery skies, living root bridges, and natural...
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The monoliths and old tales of sacrifices from Nartiang

North East India

A magical waterfall straight out of Kipling’s pages – that’s how my friend Brad described Krangshuri falls. His words were enough to...
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Magical sunrise and a feast at Denzong Regency

Hotel Review

The worst part of Sikkim is the tiring journey from Bagdogra airport to Gangtok. And while all along our way one is accompanied by the...
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The pristine Pelling

North East India, Sikkim

Trust me, in Sikkim, you desire nothing more than clear views of the Kanchenjunga range. From the time one arrives in Gangtok, one can feel...
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The magical ride to Yumthang valley

North East India, Sikkim

I could not visit the Yumthang valley when I came to Sikkim six years back. That thought lingered somewhere, and that wish to be here in a...
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Sikkim secrets: Learning to slow down in Kewzing

North East India, Sikkim • One Comment

I took a detour off the main road and followed a narrow, slippery trail that cuts through a forest of chestnut, birch, and other deciduous...
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On the trail to Chalal from Kasol

Parvati Vallley, The Himalayan life

As I reached Kasol I realized that it’s no more a dreamy small town where mornings start with mushroom thukpas and evenings extend to...
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The trinity of love and charm: Kalga, Pulga, and Tulga

Parvati Vallley, The Himalayan life

One of the most amazing things about traveling to Himachal is the small villages that dot the valleys. And each village is packed with its...
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Manikaran Sahib: A confluence of faith and ideas

Parvati Vallley, The Himalayan life • One Comment

Everyone has a reason to come to Manikaran Sahib. Often it depends on what religion one follows. For me, it was about finding a town by the...
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