The Silent Mornings.... Lot of people don’t prefer to travel by the early morning flights, it disrupts the schedule, imagine if the flight is at 4.00 am, one has to prepare for it the night before and one tends to miss the sleep for that night. But if you ask about ME, I prefer boarding … Continue reading Rise and Behold!!
A one-of-a kind assortment giving a glimpse of Delhi's rich history Mehrauli is a neighborhood in the South West district of Delhi in India, renowned for Qutub Minar, a minaret that forms a part of the Qutub complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Qutub Minar is a 73-meters tall tapering tower of five storeys, with … Continue reading The Myths and Mysteries of Archaeological Park in Mehrauli
The most endearing thing in Life is to be able to wake up with optimistic notions, unabated smile, balmy heart and an aura that exudes positivity. One might say that’s just not possible with all the stress endowed with current lifestyles and all kinds of responsibilities that Adulting brings with time. And that is also … Continue reading The Wonderland is YOU!!!
Football is a game loved all over the world, people might be separated by geographies or language but the passion for the game unites them 🙂 Recently, when we spent a wandering week in Goa (October 2017), we had a beautiful encounter with the display of sheer passion. Interestingly, this was also the period when … Continue reading For the Love of Football
Miles and miles of incessant desert, a land of shifting sand dunes and infinite stories! That’s Thar – The Great Indian Desert. The Thar Desert is a large arid region in the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent that covers an area of 200,000 kms. The world's 18th largest desert forms a natural boundary between … Continue reading The Camels of Thar, Rajasthan
Harems were quintessential part of the Mughal’s palace. Last time I went to the Akbar’s Tomb in Agra, I observed the Harem Quarter was outside the immediate premises, I have seen Harem Quarters in other Mughal palaces too like the big one in Fatehpur Sikri. But the one in Akbar’s Tomb was small and it … Continue reading Why Mughals had Harem Quarters?
Day 3 Exploring Colva Beach, the local Market and Margao » Read Day 1 and Day 2 Colva Beach is one of those beaches in South Goa that get most swarmed. It’s comparatively closer to the Airport and quite happening too, since it gets so much of crowd all the time. So, if you’re in … Continue reading The Blue Evening at Colva Beach
Day 2 - Witnessing the fifth largest waterfall of India Dudhsagar Falls translates to ‘The Sea of Milk’ in English, with a mighty fall of 1,020 feet; these falls are a sight to watch evoking awe and excitement alike. Dudhsagar is a 4-tiered waterfall located on the Mandovi River near Goa – Karnataka border. We … Continue reading The Tall and Mighty – Dudhsagar Falls
The inviting roads, the terrain, the landscapes and topography....... Making up our minds for doing the 11 days road trip with a little baby was not easy at all. It was the first time ever that we were so anxious about our ‘Travel’ plans!! Post baby, the lifestyle changed every bit and traveling together (particularly … Continue reading Best of Spiti – In Pictures
This week's WPC theme is - Windows!! I have been reminiscing about this for a long time and was about to do a post. So, I'm glad that it is the theme for the week 🙂 where I can share my pictures reflecting the world through windows, the world that keeps changing. The only constant … Continue reading Of Windows and Travel!