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Why you should or shouldn’t visit Malana

I had always been fascinated by the stories of Malana and wanted to visit this small village which some consider one of the last isolated civilizations in the world and renowned for being the most ancient civilization anywhere on earth by some.

A day in Thar desert

camel selfie

Everyone I know had warned me that I wouldn’t like it. The exaggerated motions of a camel, the jerks at the start and end of every lap and the pain once the travel is over. But the idea of spending a night beneath the starry sky and on the sand bed was compelling enough.

Chasing the wild in Kaziranga

Elephnats Kaziranga Assam

Well, I’d be the happiest in a jungle, listening to the little movements in its deep silence, observing the amusing wild life. The tall trees touching the sky, the huggable wide trunks of trees, the sun rays filtering through green leaves, the dry leaves of different shades and sizes spreading on the path like a mildly crunchy carpet, while the birds play hide and seek with the other free spirited animals.

A day like Arabian nights in Jaisalmer

shopping Jaislamer Rajasthan

Imagine waking up in the city of gold, golden cast over the empty sand, the golden fort and golden rays of morning sun making it glow like real gold. Jaisalmer a remote city on extreme west in Rajasthan, it can surely take you back to the old charm of Rajput Kingdoms

What is Kerala Blog Express?

I distinctly remember when I heard about Kerala Blog Express from a season 1 contestant and the idea of getting on a customized bus and travel from south of Kerala to its north seemed really cool, and add other 25 travel bloggers from all over the world, and it sounded even more cool.

The Secrets of the Monoliths in Meghalaya

Meghalaya monoliths

Monolith is a symbol of remembrance in the Jaintia Hills. The cluster of monoliths have been erected to mark the reigns of the erstwhile Jaintia Kings, holding a significant event in the history of Meghalaya. There are many folktales justifying the presence of monoliths and each of these is amusing enough for me

My eternal love for south India

If you ask me how many times I have visited southern India, I would probably answer that I have lost the count. I spent four years there during my graduation and it was then that I fell in love with it. It was indeed
love at first sight and it has kept me interested like no other lover.

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