Let's begin exploring Goa with the Sunset Beach in South Goa Right from the time, the first thought of spending Diwali holidays in Goa surfaced to discussions, I couldn’t stop picturing sandy beaches, soothing dawn, fiery sunsets and vibrant nights. Mostly (actually all) holidays till now were spent back in home either in Agra or … Continue reading The crack of Dawn at Sunset Beach!!
Akbar's Tomb is nestled since time immemorial in Sikandra, Agra. The architectural wonder evokes awe and reverence alike. Akbar’s tomb is an impressive illustration of the art, inspiring in many ways than one - the architecture, design, exquisite inlay work, crafted ceilings and walls decorated with calligraphy, placed beautifully in the huge expanse of 119 … Continue reading Akbar’s Tomb, Sikandra – Where Akbar rests in Eternal Peace!
His eyes lit with excitement as he pointed to a tree where the tiny pomegranates were hanging and dangling and swinging beautifully with gust. We had been to Orchards before, like on Spiti Valley road trip, the accommodation we stayed in at Kalpa, was located right in the middle of Apple Orchard and we could … Continue reading Chindi – A little piece of Heaven
When you see your favorite color like this! Can you imagine Life without colors around us? I guess that would be a big NO. Colors add so much zing to our otherwise mundane Life, and each color has specific significance to it. The impact of Colors on our moods, emotions, conduct and overall well being … Continue reading Hues of Turquoise!
Hi all, last week I started a photo series - Oh Dear! This is India. In continuation of the same I'm happy to share the second picture reflecting ubiquitous or unusual pulse of India. Quite a Charmer! The business of Charming! Snake Charmers are known for their art of controlling deadliest of the reptiles (read … Continue reading Oh Dear! This is India (2)
A morning date with the longest river in Himachal running 1500 kms... The longest river (in km) in Himachal Pradesh originates from Lake Rakshastal in Tibet, lying near Lake Mansarovar and south of Mount Kailash. The waters of the Sutlej are allocated to India under the Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan, according to … Continue reading Sutlej- The Flowing Beauty
For the last three weeks I have been receiving lot of queries regarding travel to 'Spiti Valley'. More so as we did the circuit with our 11 months old little baby ∞ The road trip that entails more than just planning your days, test of patience and display of mettle!! So, I decided to share … Continue reading An epic road trip to Spiti Valley, the Land of Lamas in India
The beauty of Travel !♥ You visit a place and come back to routine life but your heart yearns... for more moments, more memories, more nature walks, may be more pictures too 🙂 You Travel once to particular destination and the experience alters you forever. So, physically you are not traveling though but your brain … Continue reading Thoughtful Tuesday.
Hello there!! Today, I'm sharing two gorgeous pictures taken at one of the most beautiful cities in India - Udaipur! These ones are special, both of them were clicked with DSLR (Nikon D3300) and in the evening, the only major difference being the 'White Balance'. The ISO, Exposure etc. vary for both the pictures but … Continue reading Experimenting with the ‘White Balance’!
The word 'Heritage' makes me relive our travel in Rajasthan. Rajasthan’s diversity is beyond capture in words – rich heritage, vibrant culture, majestic monuments with appealing history, artistically sound, vast sand dunes, colorful villages, warm people and much more. Rajasthan is famous for showcasing the royal heritage of palaces, forts, havelis & desert safaris, offering … Continue reading The Formidable Heritage!