It is 3AM in the morning when my alarm goes off chiming the very familiar wake up music on a February morning in 2020. I
It was around the same time last year (way back in 2019 and I wrote this post in 2020 during the time we were all
What does Bhuj remind you? The vast stretch of salt desert or the ’96 earthquake? For me, the word Bhuj always flooded my mind with
If you have been following us on Instagram, we were in the Western most part of India, Bhuj with @theflapperlife in December’19. We’ve heard everyone
With astounding flora and fauna, long walks through the alpine meadows and remote villages, Har Ki Dun is every trekkers dream come true and a great choice for novice hikers.
On a bright sunny cold morning in Nagaland’s capital of Kohima, while we waited for our cab to take us to Khonoma, discussions were rife
“Why don’t you attend the Horn Bill festival instead” – asked a friend when I mentioned about my plan to attend the Rann Utsav during
It is a mystery why despite being born and raised in the Catholic faith, temples, rather than churches have long held my fantasy. Though nothing
An island in the middle of a tiger reserve, a little hut perched high above the ground overlooking a majestic view, just you and nature – Peruvari Island Nest at Parambikulam is that and much more.
The gorge at Gandikota, popularly known as the Canyons of India, has been in my mind for a very long time. I kept hoping for
If there has to be a town that you can call as a journey to the past,Kanchipuram is one such. The city that prevailed as
Travelling to the farthest city of Rajasthan excited me. We started pretty early from Jodhpur and took the NH that had nothing but just a
I was so interested right from the beginning, about Jodhpur, the blue city. I was hoping to find a lot of beautiful lanes(like shown in
Fondly called the “pink city”, Jaipur has always reminded me of the Hawa Mahal Palace that I have read about in history text books. I
Legend has it that Lord Brahma was travelling the universe on his “hamsa” when he was captivated by the beauty of a place, now popularly
From the Mananthavady town of Wayanad, it is roughly a 40 minutes drive to this fall which lies in the boundary between Kerala and Karnataka in Kutta area. There are signboards that should safely get you to the falls through the only couple of diversions that are present.
Now that we are done covering our stories from our expeditions to the various Cholan temples, we decided to let you in on our travel
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.