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 →

The Journey

When your legs will give up And the day they refuse to continue further Tell them the home is yet to come Pain is just a part of fun There are places left to travel There are wonders you must explore In dark lonely nights And in cloudy rainy delights When you are left alone... Continue Reading →

A Celebration of Kites and Lights

     Imagine a night when millions of stars descend on Earth to watch people celebrate and dance. The hangover of New Year doesn’t seem to end in Gujarat even after 15 days. Uttarayan is one such festival that any Gujarati will tell you the joy of. I wanted to visit Ahmedabad since the day I... Continue Reading →

Growing up is a tough thing to do

Journey of life is full of speed bumps. It seems that just when things might be going your way…. something happens that tries to bring you down. My life is going through one of those times recently. I haven’t even been able to begin to write anything for quite some time, by anything I mean... Continue Reading →

Some people make you feel lonely

Have you ever met someone who has made you feel how lonely you are? Have you ever met someone you reminds you about your past? Have you ever met someone who reminds you what you used to be and now what you are, someone who reminds you about your life and journey from where it... Continue Reading →

Traveling solo and Interacting with strangers

Our social norms come up with instructions that says never talk to strangers but the moment you start traveling solo you slowly become used to interacting with strangers and talking to them. These strangers make an interesting part of your stories later. When traveling solo talking to a stranger is important otherwise you'll die of... Continue Reading →

Language Barriers and Sunny Leone

I was in Shimoga and after three days of stay I checked out of my hotel to leave for Hassan. Realizing that it would only take some 3 and a half hours to reach there I decided to take a late night bus. The only problem was that I didn’t know what I was supposed... Continue Reading →

Lost in Mumbai

I have been visiting Bombay for 4 years continuously, somehow it keeps calling me back year after year for some experience or another. But this is not a travel story but is more like a story. Real or fictional depends on your perception. I don’t know why I was so much attracted to this city,... Continue Reading →

Train Journeys

I have a lot of memorable experiences associated with train journeys, no exceptions.Kareena kapoor will agree with me, considering the missed train (JWM) was only solo hit film to her credit which took her to some places atleast: PLike she says about Rajdhani, I’d say “pune toh mera 2nd home hain jee.” I can say... Continue Reading →

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