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
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
Surrounded by the mighty Himalayas, AR Rahman’s “Vande Mataram” being played through speakers and the army marching in unison to salute a national flag fluttering in the wind against a clear blue sky interspersed with fluffy white clouds we watched the national flag being unfurled after a series of Independence day ceremonies – It was an epic moment – the kind that gives goosebumps even when you think about it years later.
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
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
When we talk about the history and culture of India, it is impossible to miss the contribution of Hinduism from the early centuries. India, predominantly as a Hindu country, boasts of the rich and varied heritage that centuries have bestowed upon us. In the South, the excellence par architecture of the Hindu temples in Tamil Nadu are worth every travel bloggers dream.
Forever is what it took us to plan a visit to Goa. For years, unknown reasons kept us away from one of the most famous
After exploring the colonial remnants of Kannur, we were figuring out how to reach Thalaserry. We started from Kannur around 4:30 in the evening, hoping
When you are stung by the travel bug, you cannot think about spending a long weekend at the comfort of your couch. You start googling
If you’ve read our previous travel stories, you would have understood that we are not the type of travelers seeking an action-packed holiday. We love
What comes to your mind when you think of blue waters and white sands – Thailand, Maldives, Bahamas, Jamaica, Bora bora, Mauritius… The list is
For most of the folks living in East Coast India, it is a well-known fact that Nov-Dec is that time of the year when cyclones
In the heights of Western Ghats, at an elevation of over 5200 feet above the sea level, nestled safely in the mountains is this little
Ever thought of a few places we’ve read in the books, forgotten and less famous while planning a trip ? Through this post Kindleandkompass makes