Conquering Kundalika - River Rafting in Maharashtra
Jaipur, Ajmer & Pushkar - A Short Getaway to the Pink City - Part 1
The majestic Dolomites and Italian Alps
Imperial Rome, Going Back in Time
Fontainhas: a Photographer's Delight!
It maintains to this day its Portuguese influence, namely at the architectonic level, such as narrow and pretty winding streets as found in many European cities, old villas and buildings with projecting balconies painted in the traditional tones of pale yellow, green, or blue, and roofs made of red colored tiles....
Corners of the Himachal,Part 1
Snowflake blessings in Gulmarg, Kashmir
Untold India – Strolling through White Town, Pondicherry
A Birding Wonderland: Latpanchar
Untold India – Goa revisited and rediscovered
Beer Trail of India: 12 Breweries To Visit Before You Die
Scuba-diving at Netrani Island, beach fun at Murudeshwar and Gokarna
Rottnest Island, Australia : Bikes, Beer, Beaches!
Inside the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
A day at the Vineyards
Backpacking from Rome to Vienna - Part 2
Gir National Park, India
Backpacking South East Asia: Enticing Thailand
Jamaica Family Trip
The Beer City of India
Vietnam – Best time and money I've ever spent !
Triund; A beginner's Trek
Kidnapped, taken to the rainfed land : Coorg
The Castle Town of Toledo, Spain - The Transit Story
A visit to Kuta’s quiet cousin: Nusa Lembongan
Goa is a state of mind
It maintains its Portuguese influence, particularly through its architecture, which includes narrow and picturesque winding streets as found in many European cities, old villas and buildings with projecting balconies painted in the traditional tones of pale yellow, green, or blue, and roofs made of red coloured tiles....
Grooving To The Music In The Best Dance Clubs Of Tel Aviv
Nainital : Legs in Lake, Soul Awake
Leh - When you go to the mountains, you see them and you admire them.
Malaysia – Paragliding: Spread your wings and fly away
Getting To Know Australia, Without A Map
The Travelogue of Life and Death : Part 1 How it all started with my canine partner Hachi
How it took away all my fear & hate, a must watch for people who like Symbolism, Spirituality and Nature ''Most fearful ever fearless on me, Breath''* With every breath I tried to conceal all the dark within ,before I registered footsteps of someone coming down the road Hachi and him were up in their guard position with ferocious barks simultaneously , I have never heard her bark like that before it clearly said '' BACK OFF, BEWARE'' I told them its okay, it would have scared the hell out of that person I asked him to pass by with an apology and he went on without uttering a single word pale as if he had encountered some ghost....
An affair with France
Voice of the Hills: My Experience in India's North-east
History and Heritage Come Alive In Bundi: Where The Walls Speak Their Own Language
10 best things to do at Varanasi
Climbing Water Falls in Jamaica
Pink in the air -Jaipur
The fort built with red and pale yellow sand stone was extremely picturesque with the huge courtyards and sprawling structures like Diwan-i-Aam ,Diwan-i-khas,Sukh Mahal and Sheesh Mahal which took all my attention with its minute and fine mirror work.The most amazing fact of the Sheesh Mahal was that when I burned a single candle the reflection was turned itno thousand stars,I was really bewildered....