Nongriat is one of the lesser known cousins of Shillong. Why has it been kept as a hidden destination?
My experience of travelling in UPSRTC bus.
A Guidebook for the solo Indian traveller to Bhutan
Cleanliness; a virtue not very well associated with India in the International tourism lattice. How did 'the cleanest village in Asia' happen, in that case?
*Alert: Long-post* “Of places that are, by their very nature of being, like the introverts of the society. Of places, that do not vie for our attention. Of places, that are tucked in a corner in an unfathomable …
Of the documents needed for getting a passport made under Tatkal Scheme in India, there is one called ‘verification certificate’. It is referred to as Annexure F. Rightly named so. You will soon see why. For the …
What does it really take to travel solo? Are travellers born with a special nerve that helps them live the life they want? Turns out, it is not so.
Food at most of the establishments at Auroville looks surprisingly like any home-cooked meal; with little or no effort of commercial dressing up. The practice, in my opinion, is also symbolic
Posting a couple of my favorite images I clicked in Shimla. If you look closely, both the side panels together read “A Story Called Shimla”. The city was the summer-capital for British India. It currently, is the capital …
ABB: A private museum, that is uncommon, how did the thought occur to you? Sumant Batra: It is not uncommon in developed countries for collectors to structure and