It was the moment I had been trekking for since morning; and wondering for since childhood. I had seen it numerous times before in the newspaper, in movies, in dreams but never for real. I always wondered whether the superlatives used by the poets for snow were descriptive or an exaggeration to amplify its beauty.… Continue reading Auli: Where I met Snow and Rediscovered Friendship!
Some time ago, don't know exactly when and where, I got a new perspective on religion, my religion. Since then I only regard a place worth visiting again (for worship) when I find a sense of belonging and peace there. The board "Here the wishes come true" is a great temptation, but then worshipping is… Continue reading Golden Temple: Peace, Seva and Bliss
I won’t write about it. The most picturesque place I have ever been to, But I won’t share all the clicks (except the one where I contemplated I won’t). Because If I do, you would love to go there too. And so will your friends, it’s a loop. And I don’t want it. As some… Continue reading Meant To Be My Best Travelogue Ever, but…
"You may remember a place due to many factors; but you will only cherish it if you had a great experience. And, if it has all the ingredients such as old friends, new friends, minor setbacks, adventure, awesome weather, scrumptious food and a friend who knows how to handle a DSLR, exceedingly well, to capture… Continue reading Let’s Go to Lonavala
"Marathon!?!? Is it a place?" was the first reaction I had, when my friends told me that they have planned a trip to Matheran for my weekend trip to Pune. "I am really fascinated after seeing your Facebook check-ins and captivating pictures. Don’t disappoint me" was my only concern (and warning:P) when they told me that it’s one… Continue reading Love at first sight: Matheran
"You not only enjoy Nature because it's serene; you do because it's your beautiful extension." It's an epiphany I had while I was enduring the rapids in the mighty river GANGA at Rishikesh during White Water River Rafting. Away from the bustles of the city, from the bedlam of the relatives, from those uneasy claws… Continue reading A Trip to Heaven: Rishikesh