#ExploretheElements – Ladakh
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We read about the Thomas Cook Photo Blogging Challenge quite last minute but decided to give it a shot as the idea seemed interesting. The contest rules are simple: 1. Visit the #ExploretheElements website and read about the 4 elements: … Read More

9 things we learnt from 9 days in Ladakh
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When we were planning a slightly last minute road trip to this breathtaking terrain, we found tons of information and tempting photographs on the web. That made filtering a bit difficult. Lucky to be with a group of friends, we … Read More

Pocket Guides- Hampi
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If you’ve chanced upon my article here, you possibly know what Hampi is all about 🙂 However let me throw in my two cents about this marvelous place: Hampi is a charming UNESCO world heritage site located near Hospet, a … Read More

On a midnight chaat trail
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I am visiting an old street in the heart of India. It happens to be a bustling jewelry market by the day. At night, once the “johurees” and gold merchants shut shop, the masters of taste take over, and the … Read More

Savouring the moment in Punjab
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They say that the winter air in North India is quite unlike the rest. It’s strong enough to give you goosebumps and kind enough to provide relief when the sun is out. While some states in India can be ideally … Read More

How about cuisine hopping this Durga Puja?
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The city’s favourite adda season is here and the people are in a mood to let their hair down. Those who haven’t planned an escape must kickstart their Durga Puja weekend by digging into a host of delicious eats that are … Read More

Kerala’s intimate escapes
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Kerala is a beautiful state located in the south of India along western coast. To put you in awe in the first place it boasts of two national parks, ten wildlife sanctuaries and two bird sanctuaries combined with 1900 km … Read More

Unleash your green side at Bandipur National Park
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It was already 4 PM and it was getting cold. Our chauffeur was trying his best to get us into the boundaries of one of India’s oldest national parks – the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. We had made a reservation to … Read More