Like every other 80’s and 90’s kid, I grew up liking Karan Johar’s movies.I wanted to read his book very well aware of the fact
If you ever choose to visit Srilanka, Galle is not to be missed. Here, in this post , I tell you why. So,we started our
It is July already and half of 2018 has already gone by! Where is the time going ? I have been consistent with my reading
Srilanka amazed us every single day of our travel. If Sigiriya, Dambulla and Kandy showed us the beauty of Buddhism in Srilanka, the Yala National
We began our journey from Dambulla to the Buddhist spiritual center of the country.We drove past a few small towns and villages before we reached
“Whosoever comes to me, through whatsoever form, I reach him; all men are struggling through paths which in the end lead to me.”
To a South Indian, Indo-Pak partition was never a serious topic of discussion. I knew it as a terrible incident in the modern history of independent India blemished with stains of blood and marks of violence. Nothing more,nothing less. Kushwant Singh’s “A train to Pakistan” was the catalyst. I was interested in knowing the stories from that miserable period and I decided to go with Ms. Malhotra’s debut book.The friend from the other corner of the world sent it as a gift through giggles bookshop.
The first sight of the Bodhi tree, the caves and the monks – my happiness knew no bounds. I was in a place that I dreamt of several times.
Sophie Kinsella has been my favorite author when it comes to chick lit. Remember me is about a Lexi who wakes up in a hospital bed losing 3 years of her life.She now has a life that was a dream. She is surprised to know about her husband who looks like an Armani model.
Have you ever dreamt of places inspired by books and been dying to visit such places.? Sigiriya was one such place for me. If you have read Ponniyinselvan, you would know the place “simhagiri” where Arulmozhivarman, also known as Ponniyinselvan, disguises himself as a mahout and goes around with the Buddhist monks.
The Great Living Chola temples continue to marvel and excite us and this time, we bring to you the next and final instalment of the Chola Temple Trail – The Brihadeeshwara temple of Gangaikondacholapuram.We were able to spot the majestic gopuram of the temple from quite a distance and was instantly thrilled to step in the village that once served as the capital town of the Cholas.
Ooty, known as the Queen of the Hill Stations always tends to get crowded throughout the year. But 5kms away from the main town of Ooty is a quaint little town that not many have yet discovered – “Lovedale”. The tourist traffic nearly thins out here and this town serves as the best place for honeymooners ,nature lovers and non-commercial offbeat travelers.
Fascinated by the Chola-n architecture, we visited the Tanjore Brihadeeswara temple and that happened to be the catalyst for us to explore the great living
We’ve been lucky with a few good hearted souls encouraging our skills and what we do. Through one such person, we got introduced to Ms.Sapna,
Kavita Kane is a profilic writer who writes about the lesser known women from the Indian epics and mythology. She is a master story teller. International Women’s day, it’s a pleasure sharing the conversation we had with Mrs.Kané.
What December is to the kutcheri-es and dance performances, January is to the carnival for the literature enthusiasts in Chennai.The Hindu LitFest is a three-day
The Relic – journey and story of an Intelligence Bureau officer who dares to risk his life in un-veiling a mystery that revolves around the
When Pondicherry and Mahabalipuram are frequented for the unknown number of times, the small little town along the coromandel coast is a must visit for a weekend getaway.