Streets of Bikaner – A Photo Journey

When it comes to tourism in Rajasthan, Bikaner is usually overlooked. Compared to the exotic Udaipur, traditional Jodhpur and royal Jaisalmer, Bikaner is more like the poor cousin of ignored by the rich members of the family. Lucky for me! Traveling to Rajasthan in winters can be hectic. Hotels are full, train and bus tickets... Continue Reading →

In Pictures : Hauj Khas Fort

Although not a fort but a Madarsa, this place is the center hub of one of the most happening places in South Delhi. A small gateway can take you back to 700 years during the reign of Alaudin Khilji who bullt a small tank here that today stands as a beautiful lake. Here is an... Continue Reading →

The Starbucks Experience

When it was announced that Starbucks is coming to India the hype surrounding the news was like aliens landing on Earth or Dinosaurs living again. So I got a chance to visit Starbucks Delhi for the first time back when they opened their first outlet in Delhi, after an unsuccessful attempt to buy a coffee... Continue Reading →

A Birthday Story

We all have plans for our birthday, the day we grow one year older and when there are people who remind you that I did this and that when I was of your age and you are still sitting around doing nothing. So one fine day I was sitting doing nothing as usual when I... Continue Reading →

To Agra: A Road Trip to Remember

If you stay in Delhi a road trip to Agra is a must. Especially with Yamuna Expressway now started is it much easier to reach there than it used to be earlier and return the same day. Agra was one place that I was planning for long but was not happening. After our Murthal drive... Continue Reading →

Hauz Khas Village: Then and Now

I used to live in Delhi during 2006 in Hauj Khas area, near Begumpur to be precise. The Kalu Sarai area is one of the hubs crowded with IITJEE and Medical aspirants and I was one of them. No matter how crowded Kalu Sarai area is Hauz Khas area used to be quiet and peaceful... Continue Reading →

Parathas on my mind: Murthal

Murthal and Parathas simply complement each other. While driving from Delhi towards the highway that leads to Panipat, somewhere in between Murthal and its legendary dhabas stand with all the glory. Their name certainly gives that Haryanvi effect and each one of them claiming to be the ‘No. 1’ or ‘most popular restaurant on the... Continue Reading →

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