Did you know? The Golden Temple sent one lac meals to earthquake affected people in Nepal. The “langar” or free kitchen(open 24 hrs) at Golden Temple feeds 100,000 daily which means no one goes hungry or sleeps hungry in this holy city Amritsar. It is … Continue reading Harmandir Sahib or The Golden Temple
Kalo Dungar is the nearest spot to see the ‘Milky Way’ and it is clearly visible during the day as well as in the night. Just kidding!Experiencing the White Rann up close is a must, but the panoramic 360 degree view of the Rann from the highest … Continue reading Kalo Dungar or Black Hills
Have you seen a sea without water? This magnificent landscape of sparkling white salt left me open-mouthed! Never thought that the pristine white surface below and the endless sky above will leave me mesmerized for days to come. From noon to sunset, an unforgettable fascinating experience at the … Continue reading The Great Rann of Kutch
It is always extremely windy at Malshej Ghat. Lucky to get an unhindered views of the mountain ranges. Usually during the monsoon season the mountains just disappear into thick clouds. When the met department predicts heavy to very heavy showers in Malshej, know that it is time … Continue reading Malshej Ghat
The iconic statue of Bhagwan Shiv, the gigantic temple entrance surrounded by the sparkling Arabian sea made me feel so tiny. The temple contains one of the pieces of the Atma Linga, torn apart by Ravana in a fit of rage.This holy land of Hindus is … Continue reading Murudeshwar
Jog falls was a heavenly treat for our eyes this June. The moment my husband and I arrived in JOG the instant thought ‘let us spend a night here’. The mist and the clouds, lush green hills…who wants to miss such an incredible scene? So we … Continue reading JOG FALLS
COLORS play a very important role in every religion and culture and each color has a very deep significance attached to it. While some looked only at the balloons, all that mattered to my eyes were these colors on the balloons.
I am not a writer and I do not know how to write an impressive ‘first post’ so I chose to keep it simple & real.
Namaste Dear Brothers & Sisters,
I am someone who is madly in love with India. I love everything about India;the train rides,cows, goats & buffaloes blocking the traffic by standing in the middle of the highway, crowded temples & beaches, immeasurable mountains, sea of people everywhere, culture, food, polluted cities, villages, dust & dirt…almost everything. On this platform I will be sharing my travel experiences through pictures and give some tips & suggestions about the places in India I have visited till date. Hope you find this blog enjoyable & useful.