Kathmandu is an amazing place to be. Nepal’s capital may sound dull and boring from the outside but for someone with heart of an explorer would find a lot of things to do in Kathmandu. Those who like Street Photography will find a lot of spots to wander and find moments worth clicking.
Thousands and thousands of people dressed in their finest dresses stand on the two sides of the main Fort Kochi street. A police van passes by, following which a group of priest march with an elephant covered in gold lead a procession signaling the start of Kochi Carnival. The same moment I realize, 'oh shit, wrong lens.'
I am on my way to Chitkul, India’s last village before Indo-Tibet border. I missed the morning bus that travels from Sangla to Chitkul everyday and instead I had to take a lift with a local family. You never know when a stupid decision turns into a blessing.
It was more than 5 hours since we started riding only to miss our destination. Half-heartedly, we returned to Manali telling ourselves that there will be a next time.
Bhangarh, for me is a place that tourists visit for their cheap thrills and weekend escapades. Unless you have a travel plan gone badly wrong, Bhangarh is a very chilled out destination.
I reached Shimla station after getting attacked by a monkey (story later, or maybe never). Clouds hovering over the hills in the background created a mellow effect. It was a perfect day to travel.
A six kilometer trek from Narkanda, takes you to Hatu Temple. dedicated to Mandodari, the wife of Ravana. In March 2016, I made an attempt to climb the peak and ended up adding another tale to my number of misadventures.
Pushkar, the melting pot of cultures, the land of healing music and a hot spot destination for hippies and pilgrims alike, is a place to be experienced over time to time. A visit to this holy land won’t give you the experience that I am talking about. The essence of Pushkar is to be felt... Continue Reading →
Have you ever been to a place that represents life in its true sense? Where everything ends and yet somehow it gives hope to a new beginning. Have you ever seen a ghost town? If not, then let me tell you about Dhanushkodi. A small village located near Rameshwaram that marks the last Indian... Continue Reading →
Follow the first part of my journey over here It was a new morning and we woke up to reach a new destination, and a new state. A few more kilometers and we entered Karnataka. We reached a small village and language changed to Konkani, the houses started to show up with different wall... Continue Reading →