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.
It was a summer afternoon and I was that 5 year old girl, impatiently waiting with my granny in the corridors of the Srivilliputhur Temple
Last month I made a major decision in my life – to change job – after 12 years of my employment with the company I
There is no telling that I was an ardent Chetan Bhagat fan when the initial three, no four books released from our most acclaimed Indian
Twinkle Khannas satirical yet meaningful columns have always inspired readers and thrown light at the day to day issues. Here is a complete book review on the authors latest book.
“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
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
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
There is no telling that Canadian Rockies road trip is a dream holiday that should be on everyone’s bucket list. With alpine lakes and glacial
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
A rave review about “What Kitty did?” on another blog urged me to pick this book. It sounded a lot like fun and wit. Did
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During our recent trips to Arizona, we had the opportunity to explore the famous Canyons of Arizona. Among these, Antelope Canyon would stand out as
The journey of 100 days running challenge – the story of how it started and how I sailed through the oddities to reach the finish line.
When we started chalking out our plan to travel to Bhutan – the Land of Thunder Dragons earlier this year, we were scouring tons of