Sada e Sarhad (Call Of The Frontier) - My Travelogue On Pakistan
Beauty of Hyderabad
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Sonamarg - Meadow of Gold
Incredible Madhya Pradesh - Sankua Dham
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A Journey To Glorious Kashmir In The Summers
Experience The Best Of Kashmir In Summers
A Captured Paradise : Those Mountains where My Heart still Resides...
Kashmir Guide : Part 2 - Sonamarg
The magnetic hill, Gujarath
Lakpath fort: The route to Lakpath was amazingly spread between marshes land as far as eye travels, you can see horses and camels only in 1 hour 30 minutes of journey. we stopped at one point for pictures when we were busy in capturing the beauty around, there came the border petrol vehicle, as you know we are crazy, i asked sai to click picture with vehicle by pointing my finger, that officer was so kind and he stops vehicle and asked me, you wanna take a picture with me, i said yes. come on, everyone was curious and got into the vehicle, clicked pics and had some talk with him, wished him thanks. the road that leaves you speechless with border petrol vecicle Lakpath fort: people who were lakshpathis used to stay there by making trade of gold and rice part of sindh center. that's why this places called lakpath, now its called ghost town....
7 Places In India You Should Pitch A Tent And Reconnect With Nature
Ratan Garh ki Mata ka Mandir
Unexplored Rajasthan: Jhalawar
Kashmir Great Lakes Trek: A Himalayan Expedition
8 Weekend Getaways near Ahmedabad for all Nature Lovers!
This is a story of humble Himachal Pradesh’s boy and how India failed him…
Deogarh -पधारो म्हारे देश
Sonmarg: Pure Gold
Kashmir , By chance!!
Kashmir - The contradiction
Sonamarg- What makes it special?
Where tradition dominates and culture rules.
Kashmir Part 2
Winter Bike Ride Through White Sands And Cities of Forts and Palaces
10 Days of Awesomeness 10 Days, 3 friends, 3 days of group ride through Gujarat, 7 days of solo ride through Rajasthan, around 4800 kms, 3 states, through ice cold breeze to hotness, from salty white sands to deserts, from Forts to Palaces to Lakes to Temples to Dargah to Gurudwara through never ending roads, from Dhaba to Dhaba, stay at hotels, hostel, hut and tent, from sunrises to sunsets, 400 odd mobile camera clicks, super tasty Gujrati and Rajastani food, Through Anand,White Rann Of Kutch, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, Ajmer, Pushkar, Udaipur, Vadodara, whole lot of experience, great feeling of awesomeness, a lot of memories and feeling 'Like is Rocking :-)' How it started After the two week long Pune to Kerala ride and RiderMania ride to Goa, I decided to make it big....
Chasing Sunsets: A Western India road-trip
Travel Trivia: A visit to a Bhil village
Top three places you should not ignore if you visit Gujarat
Surreal Beauty of the White Desert, Rann of Kutch
Call Of Himalayas (Part-2): Around Srinagar
Rann Of Kutch - Where Blue Sky meets White Desert
Rann of Kutch Diaries – 1 (The 'non' touristy trip)
The unexplored & magnificent ‘Jal Durg’, Gagron Fort
Winter is coming!! Fall in love with these magnificent cities this beautiful winter
Sonamarg an alpine valley is situated at the bank of Nallah Sindh, 87 km north-east from Srinagar, it is a popular tourist destination, nestled with in the imposing Himalayan peaks.The drive to Sonamarg is through yet another spectacular facet of country side in Kashmir, this time it is the Nallah Sindh, the largest tributary of the Jehlum River in the valley of Kashmir....
Ladakh Diaries – Sonamarg to Kargil (120 KM)
Ladakh Diaries - Jammu to SOnamarg (370 KM)
Kashmir Calling: The great Alpine lakes fever
Kutch, beyond the Rann
Exploring the musk- Madhya Pradesh North
Ladakh – Heavenly delight
Heaven on earth – Where clouds touch your feet
5 days in the heaven called Kashmir
List Of All The Museums In Delhi: From Art Lovers To The Bizarre Ones!
National Philatelic Museum Location: Dak Bhavan, Sardar Patel Chowk, Sansad Marg, New Delhi Timing: 10:00AM to 5:00AM Closed: Saturday & Sunday Attractions: It has an extensive stamp collection including the first stamp issued in India by the Sindh Dak (1854) and stamps issued before Independence by the rulers of the Princely States. 5....