“Whosoever comes to me, through whatsoever form, I reach him; all men are struggling through paths which in the end lead to me.”
Remnants Of A Separation by Aanchal Malhotra
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 Great Living Chola Temples – Brihadeeshwara, Gangaikondacholapuram
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.
The Unsung Hill Town – Lovedale, Ooty
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.
A Day and Night in North Goa
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
Jayalalithaa’s Journey From Movie Star to Political Queen
She was a multi-faced personality, an Iyengar girl who ruled the superficial glamorous world and the party which was formed on caste politics.Her subjects lovingly
Reminiscing the colonial past – Kannur
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
Living a Cyclone Aftermath in the Bay of Bengal – Andaman Diaries
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
A Western Ghats Symphony – Munnar
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
Letters from Kargil- The War Through Our Soldiers’ Eyes
1999.The year when the Pakistani soldiers infiltrated into the Indian side of the Line of Control. Conflict rose. A War broke out. Victory for India. Gallantry awards for the soldiers and the martyrs.We saluted and showed our respect .And then, we moved on with our everyday life.
Nomadic Wandering Between The Boulders – Hampi, Karnataka
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