Looks like kids high Fashion clothing brand advertisement. Isn’t it?
Don’t be deceived. These were the kids in the street of one of the remotest villages in India.
It was a hot sunny day but that didn’t cease me from visiting the Magical Golkonda Fort during my brief visit to Hyderabad. Our Uber ride stopped in front of the gates of the Magnificent Fortress.
Trip to Leh – Ladakh isn’t about any specific place, it’s the whole journey that’s adventurous and leaves you spellbound. Every penny spent on this trip will be worth it. Here is my guide to Leh Ladakh Packing.
Imagine living in a far off mountains away from anyone’s reach, waking up to the view of snow capped mountains from your small cozy room, away from all the hustle bustle of your city life, a basic living where no one questions your identity, where your past or future is none of anyone’s concern and the people u meet will only talk about traveling. Yes I have imagined this for long and to be experiencing it was a dream come true. Kalga a lesser known himalayan village in Parvati valley was one such place for me, after having traveled Manali, Kasol, Tosh & Pulga I ended up in Kalga unexpectedly.
Turtuk is a village in the Leh district of Jammu and Kashmir, India. Once part of Baltisthan in Pakistan, it was recaptured during Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. This unruffled village is 235km from Leh, lies at the extreme corner of the Indian border and remains unexplored as it was opened to tourists only in 2010 because of perilous roads and sensitive army base camps surrounding it. It is the last outpost in India after which the Pakistan-controlled Gilgit-Baltistan begins.
Once bitten by the travel bug it is more or less impossible to get your mind off traveling and what’s even more difficult is not going anywhere when you have a long weekend lined up. Read more
Mysore ranked one of the cleanest cities in the country is also the cultural capital and third most populous city in the state of Karnataka, India. Described as City of Palaces, Mysore Palace is now one of the most famous tourist attractions in India, after the Taj Mahal, and has more than 6 million visitors annually. Read more
It wasn’t until the disastrous Nepal’s Earth quake and its aftermath that I ever thought of visiting Nepal! This incident somehow caught my attention and made me know more about this Himalayan country. Being an Indian, Nepal isn’t a far & unknown country on our charts. Having had a close deal of relationship from ages, Indians and Nepalese share a lot of similarities in beliefs, customs and lifestyle. But what is more interesting about Nepal!? of course it is the mighty Mount Everest.