India is diverse, India is mysterious. Presence of this Brokpa tribe in India is one of the most intriguing mysteries I have ever gotten a chance to witness.[Read more…] about Alexander’s Descendants in India? Life of the Brokpa’s of Aryan Valley, Ladakh
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In a distant land, flanked by some giant barren mountains, there lies a green patch which makes you wonder, is it even real? Like an oasis in a desert and cold in summer months, Suru Valley is a huge chunk of paradise in the district of Kargil in Ladakh.[Read more…] about Kargil’s Suru Valley: Discovered yet Hidden
Probably the only place in the world where you can sit at 1000 m and glance the panoramic views of marvels at 8000 m.
Beyond Kathmandu’s obvious touristy choices like Bhaktapur, Patan, Basantpur, Thamel etc lies a road less taken. The road takes you even closer to the Newari culture and scenic beauty that one craves to find in Kathmandu but fails to.[Read more…] about Nepal beyond Kathmandu: A Road Less Travelled
[Read more…] about Nepal and its Three Cities: Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan
“Damn it! Nepal for the third time?!” Certainly, this wasn’t my reaction as opposed to what it was. Homecoming in Nepal every time sure feels like the most amazing travel summons from the universe.”
Best trips are those which are unplanned and unforeseen. I never thought of exploring Kargil, not even once. Until someone made me aware of the Kargil Festival which was to happen on 21-22nd July 2019. I read a bit about the region and got to know how underrated the destination was. Even Google couldn’t justify the beauty of the Kargil. Now that I have explored it, I understand the level of underestimation.
Ladakh comprises of two districts, Kargil and Leh. Out of these two, Kargil is an upcoming tourism destination with untouched valleys like Suru, Wakha, Zanskar, Drass, Shakar Chiktan and Lower Indus. These valleys are the home to various ethnic and tribal groups like Indo-Aryans, Dards, Mons of Northern India and Tibetans.[Read more…] about Kargil – Much Beyond the War Memorial
It is was my first ever travel journey to the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh. I have always been a sucker for solo journeys but never thought leading a trip for six individuals would be this much fun.[Read more…] about Everything you need to know about Prashar Lake in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh
Delhi stands as the place which has seen almost everything too close from history. From the Mughal Era to the British rule and to finally being called as an independent nation and then touching heights of modernity, Delhi has aged like a fine wine.[Read more…] about Your Guide to Architectural Gems of Delhi
Places and people are best known only after you visit or interact with them yourself.
After a tiresome road journey to Kashmir, you do not reach Kashmir. You straight land up in heaven, a place from your dreams, amongst people who will only know the language of love. You will know that too by the end of this blog post.[Read more…] about Why you should visit Kashmir once in your Life? My Experience from the Valley!
For city people, stuffing bags in a hurry and leaving for Manali or Shimla and have that small family holiday isn’t that much of a task.[Read more…] about Explore Offbeat Manali Like a Local: A Guide not for Tourists
[Read more…] about McLeodganj and Dharamshala like never before (2020)
To write about a place which largely forms a major part of my childhood summer vacations gives me literal occasional smiles.