Dev Dipawali is just one of the many examples of what happens when a place or an event becomes mainstream. The examples are spread from Ranthambore to Mcleodganj.
you’ll never know if the baba you meet on the ghats of Varanasi is a genuine one or just a potential convict trying to escape the clutches of laws by masquerading as a saint.
देव दिवाली के दिन घाटों को सजाने का काम एक दिन पहले ही शुरू हो जाता है| सुबह सुबह घाटों पर लड़किया रंगोलिया बनाना शुरू कर देती है| हर घाट की एक अलग रंगोली होती है| इस काम में विदेशो से आई लड़किया भी शामिल हो जाती है| उनके लिए तो ये भी incredible India का एक unique experience है|
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 →
Varanasi or Banaras, considered one of the holiest cities of the country, lies on the banks of the river Ganga. Also called Kashi, it is the oldest city in India as well as one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities of the world. I was back in Banaras last week when I clicked this pic.... Continue Reading →
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 →
The food of Banaras is a much important feature of this city as important the temples and ghats are. When you are in Banaras you simply cannot miss the variety of food this city has to offer. Banaras is famous for its chaats, lassi and thandais along with several types of sweets. The Kachoris, the... Continue Reading →
Banaras or Varanasi is a beautiful place. Being a few hours journey from my Patna I visit this city every now and then and it almost feels like this city has called me. There is not one thing about this city that I don’t like. The sense of Bhokal among its people and the various... Continue Reading →
There are certain things in life that are so grand that you simply cannot come up with words for them. The reason why I am writing this post after a gap of 6 months is because I was unable to come up with words for something so grand and so beautiful. Back in 2012 I... Continue Reading →