I was over the moon….after all it was my first international trip! I was flying to New York from CSIA’s T2, Mumbai and the excitement was palpable no matter how hard I … Continue Reading Outbound From Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport T2: Few Basics
Phoolandevi refused to budge ….no, not the dacoit of 1980s, but the great Indian tusker at the Kaziranga National Park!! She stood still attentively listening to the sounds that the … Continue Reading When Phoolandevi refused to budge!!
Only a few days ago, I had poured out my angst post the mindless attacks on innocent lives at Nice, Kabul, Turkey and Munich. With such everyday restless frenzy and hatred in … Continue Reading Hazaar Khwaishein Aisi (A Thousand Dreams)…
The snow-clad mountains, the misty verdant mountains, the roaring blue-green oceans and soft sandy beaches, the gurgling streams, the deep mysterious forests, the arid stretches of deserts with shimmering sands, … Continue Reading Jaaoon Kahan E Dil (Where on earth should i go?)…..
Steeped in sagas of royalty, bravery, conspiracy and scars from many wars, this city of sun, sand and ship of desert, has abundance of history, art, architecture, and desert adventures … Continue Reading The Land Of Royals, Jaisalmer
When I was a teenager, my parents were located in crime saturated Muzzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh. Haridwar and Rishikesh were the two close destinations where we would often go….it gave … Continue Reading Haridwar – The Treasure of Uttarakhand
This article was written for and has first appeared on Women’s Web. Who doesn’t like to travel to new places and be free of chaos of regular life, to relax and … Continue Reading 10 Destinations Safe Enough To Travel Solo or In An All-Woman Group
These are just my feelings not meant to disregard hard work of other travel bloggers. As the year draws to an end I look back on my journey as travel blogger…I … Continue Reading 5 Reasons That Are Making Me Question Travel Blogging
Meandering through the narrow crowded streets of this gorgeous old city, negotiating the sharp turns, taking in the little glimpses of people and their way of life we rode around in a … Continue Reading Fast-tracking through Udaipur, The Venice of East