Trip to Nagaland: A glimpse of my beloved hometown Mokokchung
Be a Tourist in your own Hometown
The long way home - Prologue - 17500 km overland to reach my hometown!
A Tourist in Hometown, rediscovering Jaipur.
How to be a tourist in your own hometown
Trip to my hometown after five months
Dehradun is my hometown and was my final destination.Well I directly went to the New Delhi Railway Station from where I had a catch a Chair Car to Dehradun.As I entered the station,there was a kind of chaos around the station.People were running here and there to catch their trains,some people were shouting ,some were enquiring about their train and some were just sitting idle waiting for their trains.Finally I got my train and occupied my seat.I got the last seat in the whole coach,but I was satisfied as I didn’t want any disturbance as I was about to read my novel “Its not about the game” on the way to Dehradun.The feeling of homecoming was deeply penetrating my senses as I was nearing my hometown.Well the train journey was very interesting,there were a lot of vendors selling tea,chips and other food items on the train.I read the novel and listened to my favourite metal band “Lamb of God” on the way home.On the way I was getting repetitive calls from my mother who was worried,as in where my train has reached.I assured her everytime that I will be reaching the station soon....
Dimapur – My Hometown
Exploring my hometown: Southern Chhattisgarh
In the hometown of Tintin
Diu – Unscathed Splendor
Las Vegas: A tripper's paradise and a solo traveller's heaven
Bangkok beyond Massage Parlours
Spiti is not just a place. It's an experience. It's home.
A lake that gets cleaned up by the birds - Serolsar Lake (Saryolsar Lake)
The Budhi Nagin of Serolsar Lake (Saryolsar Lake) - Unheard Stories from the Himalayas
The meaning of 'Om Mani Padme Hum;
Stakna Monastery A.K.A. Tiger’s Nose Monastery
From 'Lake Unknown' to 'SS_Tso' -Story of an unnamed lake in Spiti, now named after me #NotOnTripoto
Saurabh Sabikhi is gifting free trips to people as a New Year's Gift to them
The majestic Stakna Monastery, Ladakh.
The meaning behind stacking stones
Have a day in Delhi? Here's a list of places you must visit. #ADayInDelhi
Spitian Goes Home - Travelogue, Spiti Trip, 2014.
Where time stands still - Phugtal Monastery #OffbeatPlace
Lesser Visited and Unexplored Places of Spiti #offbeatplace
Gods of Bhutan
Kings and Saints of Bhutan
When I got blessed by Guru Rinpoche at Paro Tshechu, Bhutan.
Witnessing the Guru Thongdrol on the last day of Paro Tshechu was never on the cards during my 12-day Bhutan trip, but it started to make sense after I read Guru Rinpoche’s faith-infusing words - “I am present in front of anyone who has faith in me, just as the moon casts its reflection, effortlessly, in any vessel filled with water.”...