4 Reasons to visit Varanasi in the Winters

Varanasi is like a hidden maze, everytime you are here, you’ll find something new. Although this blog post is late, but it may prove useful when you start planning for your next Varanasi trip. Summers are harsh in Uttar Pradesh, Ganga’s level decreases and most of the ghat activity is limited to the evening. Then... Continue Reading →

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 →

Close Enounters of the Mouse Kind

I remember Karni Mata Temple from an episode of Maano ya na Maano hosted by Irfan Khan. He talked about this place and the legend associated with it. It was very creepy to see mice running around the temple premises and devotees feeding them with so much love. It is famous as The Mouse Temple... Continue Reading →

Review: Jimmy’s Italian Kitchen – McLeodganj

Mcleodganj is loaded with eateries of all kinds. There are Tibetan restaurants serving hot momos with rice soup, North Indian restaurants, quaint Coffee shops and numerous roadside dhabas always running for budget travelers. When it comes to international cuisine, McLeodganj is perhaps one of the places that will always leave you surprised with the number... Continue Reading →

5 Things to do in Pushkar

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 →

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 →

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