Afternoon musings at Kalapathar Beach

I am not a beach person.I don’t know what to do at a beach. I can’t swim and feel restless sitting on a beach. I constantly worry about being bitten by something poisonous and legit imagine being hit by tsunami every time I visit beaches.In short it ain’t ‘beach therapy’ for me. But mothers have […]

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Kutch nahi dekha kuch nahi dekha

Every time I made plans to visit Rann of Kutch,the plan always fell apart. ALWAYS mind you.So when I found myself on the flight to Gujarat, I was euphoric to finally view this salty beauty! It’s a known fact that Gujarat is foodies’ heaven.After relishing on some lip smacking  food,we set out on a road trip […]

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The unheard temples of Karnataka: Kambadahalli

While everyone was busy getting ready to office and gearing themselves for the week ahead, we excitedly set out to explore these unheard temples of Karnataka on a chilly Monday morning. We leisurely spent 2-3 hours at temples of Nuggehalli and then headed to Kambadahalli. Kambadahalli is about half an hour from Nuggehalli where Panchakuta Basadi […]

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The unheard temples of Karnataka: Nuggehalli

“My favorite thing to do is go where I’ve never been” – Anonymous While everyone was busy getting ready to office and gearing themselves for the week ahead, we excitedly set out to explore these unheard temples of Karnataka on a chilly Monday morning. Nuggehalli is a small village at a short distance of 150 km from […]

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Misty Afternoon at Jog Falls

I love monsoons ❤ The waterfalls look gorgeous and the surrounding looks like a fresh coat of green has been painted.I managed to chase few of the stunning waterfalls in Karnataka this monsoon and I was thrilled when the plans finally fell in place to visit Jog Falls in monsoons. It was raining hard the […]

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Chasing waterfalls: Yellapur

You can’t be unhappy in the middle of big, beautiful falls. Western ghats are a delight in monsoons. The mountains are greener than ever with numerous river streams that come into life! The waterfalls are at their glory and one can enjoy them best in the monsoons. The laid back town of Yellapur has quite […]

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Colorful,Vibrant and Chaos:Varanasi

“Benaras is older than history, older than tradition, older even than legend and looks twice as old as all of them put together.”- Mark Twain Anandavana. Benaras. Kashi. Varanasi. One city.Many names. Varanasi is one of the oldest living cities in the world which attracts people of all kinds. Being the spiritual capital of the […]

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Didupe & Eramai Falls

Monsoons. The time when rivers get new lease to life and flow to their fullest. The time when forests seem to dance under the thundering storms. The time when treks are about sweet earthy smell,tiny droplets on to leaves, ever-changing hues of the mountain and wind in the air. It is also the time when […]

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Photo Journal:Rustic Spiti

I guess sometimes the fondest memories are made on unplanned adventures.There are times when you prepare the whole itinerary with all the places to check off your list, cuisines to eat and things to try. And then there are instances where you never plan and just take off. So on that beautiful warm morning, I sat […]

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In photos: Mythical Kinnaur

“It is always the same with mountains. Once you have lived with them for any length of time, you belong to them. There is no escape.” – Ruskin Bond Kinnaur is lesser explored belt of Himachal and has numerous unfamiliar scenic destinations. My first encounter with picturesque landscapes of Kinnaur was during Rupin Pass Trek where […]

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