Who wouldn’t have heard about Taj Mahal? It’s a universally admired masterpiece and a must see place for everyone visiting India. This post is written to help you prepare for your trip to Taj Mahal which got 100 million votes in the poll to join the New Seven Wonders of the World. That’s quite a lot in numbers. Isn’t it!!!!
Little did I know about the beauty of this state, I realized, as I set my eyes down from the window of the plane. It looked nothing less than a slice of paradise. After landing in Srinagar, I traveled across Kashmir by road for two weeks covering Srinagar, Kargil, Leh, Nubra Valley and finally crossing the border to enter Himachal Pradesh. It was the longest I have been on road and believe me, when I tell you without a slightest doubt that Kashmir is the most beautiful state in India.
The Serai Resorts holds a special place in my heart. It is at The Serai Chikmagalur that I got married to my long time beau. Given a chance to be part of Experiential Bloggers Retreat organized by Skreem in association with The Serai , I acknowledged the invite immediately. It was a three days retreat at The Serai kabini resort accompanied by bloggers from all over India.
Beyond the beaches, nightlife, seafood and casinos there lies Fontainhas a Latin Quarter in Panaji that is less explored. For we all are busy looking for the best beaches, party schedules or in a north VS south dilemma. (more…)
Not many know about this sea facing cliff which is a cheap backpacking destination in Kerala. Let me admit that even I was a little late in discovering this laid back Varkala cliff tucked away from the rest of the world. But soon after I did, it topped my list of places to visit in India in 2017.
Amritsar city is located in Punjab state, around 30 kms from India-Pakistani border and is the home to Golden Temple and cruel Jallianwalla Bagh Massacre.
Wagah is a border town straddling the line between Pakistan and India, 29 km from the town of Lahore on the Pakistani side and 27 km from Amritsar on the Indian side. This is the only crossing point between Pakistan and India that is regularly open to foreigners.
Surprisingly I was never a trek person. Even the shortest walk in my dad’s coffee estate would bore me to death. I never enjoyed trekking and would find reasons to tell myself a ‘NO’ to it whenever I had an opportunity to go on one. (more…)
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.