Monkieland Mcleodganj – Land of momos, monks and thupkas
Lesson from mountain dogs- Keep faith- Kheerganga, Parvati Valley
Ladakh Diaries: A Crazy Week In Heaven With A Crazier Bunch Of Friends
Being solo is fun!!
Ghoomakad - A home in the mountains
Weekend in Kasol - Road Trip
In the Himalayas.. Like the Himalayas
Dharamshala-Kasol-Tosh-Delhi: 1 month, 1 Girl. A Beautiful Journey.
Paragliding Haven: Bir Billing
Pahado wala pyaar #loveontheroad
Ladakh Diaries - Day 6 Leh local and Ladakh Sarai
One year down ,forever to go"
Tale of A Ladakhi Sun
Sikkim Diaries...Solo Trip
ODE TO TRAVELING..!!!
Spiti almost felt like being in a transient world soaked in picturesque landscapes, houses wrapped in buddhist prayer flags, star spangled nights, trekking from one village to another interviewing people for my volunteering programme, ever smiling faces of people who are an epitome of compassion and kindness, thupkas, momos and arak (locally brewed alcohol) and not to miss that most conversations with people were incomplete without chai....
A taste of Tibet in Karnataka
5 things to do while in Leh !
Six Tasty Dishes that Exemplify Leh’s Cuisine
Spiti by Heart
That's why I have a soft corner for Sikkim
Tawang Tales : Guwahati - Bomdila - Tawang - Bumla - Dirang - Sangti - Guwahati
24 hours in Mini Tibet (McLeodganj) - A Foodtrail
5 cafés in Mcleodganj you just can't miss
Got Leh'd! One bike, two riders and one hell of a journey (Part II)
T’was just a beginning of myriad experiences to come Zozila was over but Khardungla was not yet done Awestruck, Snow-stung, breathless - challenges we faced But finally at 18380ft, highest motorable road we scaled Prayer flags, Monasteries, Yaks, Dimsum and Thupka White sand-dunes and double humped camels at Nubra Mesmerising shades of Pangong changing with sun All this, BRO signs, and so much more just left us stunned...
Got leh'd! !-one bike,two riders and one hell of a journey
Reckong Peo-God's own land
Apple orchards are very famous in this region and one can get best during the peak season.Momos and thupkas are very famous here for travellers coming across the globe.Rest houses are there for both travellers and tourists and this place is very clean and free from pollution..Many houses are built across this region and many schools are there for kids upto matriculation levels. 8 kms from Peo is Kalpa,a small town in the Sutlej River valley which used to be the district headquarters of Kinnaur..There are monastries in Kalpa and the local food of the Kinnauris are a delight to taste for all mouth watering food lovers.Small mini buses operate from Reckong Peo to Kalpa..The splendid peaks of Kinnaur Kailash and Jorkanden can be best viewed from here and a treat to watch for all sunset and mountain lovers....