Sam says Banaras is the Ras (juice) of life-from my travel diary - Banaras travel Guide
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Me, my bike, and my rides
How I got Leh'd suddenly Prologue "The man who goes alone can start today; but he who travels with another must wait till that other is ready." - Henry David Thoreau "Traveling - it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller." - Ibn Battuta "Job fills your pocket, travel fills your soul""A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles." - Tim Cahill "No place is ever as bad as they tell you it's going to be." - Chuck Thompson A dream that was far-fetched since 2013 due to the poor-pocket college days, appeared to be coming true on June 4th; when I was speaking to my dad that evening and said that I'll be leaving to Leh-Ladakh in June end and he says "No, if you want to go, go now itself.. the later you leave, the more work you'll be stalling in office"....
Maithan - a feeling, a nostalgia.
Chronicles of a Globetrotter from Delhi
Bishnupur and the ladies: guide to a relaxed getaway
A day's trip to Bishnupur's terracotta temples and Baluchari sarees
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North East India: The Untouched Beauty
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On the streets of Vrindavan
Golden Quadrilateral - series
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My drive to Kumbhalgarh, Rajasthan from Jodhpur
10 days in Sikkim under 10,000
My first ever solo trip on a weekend to Lansdowne
Coexistence with the leopards - Bera, Rajasthan
Bullet Points - Part II (Mumbai to Mizoram) - Around Trimbak & Nasik
Behind the sets of Ramoji Film City, Hyderabd
Delhi- More than Just Monuments- Part 1
there are many shops inside the red fort which sells Antiques and different kind of ornaments and other articles, inside the red fort there are several monuments to name few Audience hall, Diwan ae Aam, Diwan ae Khass, Mumtaz Mahal , Rang Mahal, a (baori )step well is also there, the complex consists one museum also inside the fort which is having a collection of some of the very rare and unique articles related to Subhas Chandra Bose also and Azaad hind sena (Indian National Army ) it’s must & worth visiting that museum to be evident to glory of (Indian National Army ), there are many gardens inside the park where you can relax and enjoy the Elegance of old world and feel the aura of the Red fort few hours in Red fort and was ready for a next target though the Historical Jama Masjid is very close to Fort but still I decided to cover it in later half of the day as my route was same for the returning to the Airport By the time it was twelve on the clock and was feeling hungry too in Delhi one can find many options available to deal with your hunger what you have to ensure is hygiene, the one drink which you will find majorly in north India only is Bel ka Ras (Wood Apple squash) its sweet, healthy good for a tummy & gives you a relief from scorching heat you must try it as its not easily available in other parts of the country so in delhi it’s your chance to tastes wonderful fruit, after having my noon meal my next stop was Jantar Mantar, From Red fort to Jantar Mantar a cab will take around 50 INRS, advantage of this route is that you covers famous Connaught place of Delhi which is known for its branded shops and one of the prime locations of Delhi, there are around four jantar mantar’s in India out of four one is in Delhi, it was constructed by Maharaja Jai Singh with the primary purpose as an observatory for astronomical activities, tables, and to predict the times and movements of the sun moon, planets and other astronomical observations this beautiful red coloured masterpiece is out of few structures marked by archaeological survey of India....