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 →

Albert Hall – Where time stands still

The Ram Nivas Garden is known for its picturesque beauty that captures the essence of local Jaipur life beautifully. The area has been intact for many a years now, with a functioning zoo, playgrounds and other structures. The running tongas and rikshaws only increase the beauty of the place. The central attraction of Ram Nivas... Continue Reading →

Annoying habits of Indian tourists

Ever met those passengers who get in your train compartment with a general ticket asking you to adjust a little bit? They will tell you that they have to get down just 3 stations later and make you feel like you are in their area now. Imagine that family that enters your sleeper compartment with... Continue Reading →

Exploring India through its Bazaars

The Bazaars of India are the best way to experience this country. I was once going through an Earth 2 issue where Kid Flash runs and hides at an Indian Bazaar. The description and the art showed a busy crowded market flocking with people. To make it look more Indian the artists threw in a... Continue Reading →

Wishlist 2015

I know a lot of people consider it obsolete and will tell you that wishlists never gets fulfilled. But considering the fact that I completed 7 out of 11 wishes in 2014 makes me think otherwise. So a new year and a complete new set of wishes, things are going materialistic now, I need new... Continue Reading →

5 cool cafes in Kasol

Kasol is situated on the banks of Parvati River. This is the best place for the travelers looking for a vacation to just sit around, eat good food and do nothing for days. Coming to the good food part, Kasol has amazing cafes that serve amazing food for a very cheap price. The Israeli food,... Continue Reading →

Photos Essay – A Trip To Ajmer Sharif

Popularly called Gharib Nawaz, the benefactor of the poor, Khawaja-ji established the Chishti order of Sufism situated in Rajasthan a few kilometers away from Delhi and Jaipur. His successor of the spiritual order was Khawaja-ji’s disciple Hazrat Bakhtiyar Kaki, whose shrine is in Mehrauli, south Delhi. Hazrat Kaki was succeeded by his pupil Baba Farid.... Continue Reading →

The Land of Kings: Pattadkal

Ganges is the most auspicious river for Hindus and is the reason that makes Varanasi of such importance because Ganga flows from South to North here. This little piece of information that comes from thousand kilometers away from a smallest of the villages called Pattadkal. After waiting for an hour finally I got a bus... Continue Reading →

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