My First International Trip, To Malaysia!
Varanasi: a city that has its own definition
Why is South Korea called a land of morning calm !
A Food Lover's Guide to Kuala Lumpur
Slow Jakartan Travel Tale
Malaysia - Fun in Sunway Lagoon
Singapore Hostels for Student Backpackers on a Budget!
Malaysia Has Been Hiding A Spectacular Sky Mirror All This Time And We Bet You Didn't Know About It
Two States: The Journey In between
Street Food in Bengaluru That Will Make You Drool
The best of Jordan!
Gili Air: A Procrastinator's Paradise
10 Freebies To Score At World Airports Before Your Next Flight
A perfect Escapade : Genting Highlands. #luxurygetaway
Most venerated Buddhist temples - In Western Province, Sri Lanka
Jantar Mantar - Reliving the pride of ancient Science in India
A Foodie's Escapade through Bali
3 Days in Kuala Lumpur!
SCUBA : Diving Therapy! @Netrani Island
All In An Album – Belur & Halebeedu
A solo journey to cultural heritage of jaipur
Travel Guide to Udaipur and Chittorgarh Fort in Rajasthan
A reunion in Himachal
Udayagiri - "Sunrise Hill"
Udayagiri means "Sunrise Hill" and has 18 caves The caves are situated on two adjacent hills, Udayagiri and Khandagiri Rani Gumpha - Rani ka Naur (Queen's Palace cave) Other important caves include Hathi gumpha, Ananta gumpha, Ganesha gumpha, Jaya Vijaya gumpha, Mancapuri gumpha, Bagh gumpha and Sarpa gumpha....
Drive to Dive!! ▪SCUBA▪ An 1840km RoadTrip from Mumbai to experience a world beyond ours!!
The ultimate guide to Indrahar Pass Trek in monsoon
The Seven Summits: My ultimate wishlist
WEEKEND BREAK FROM KOLKATA
Udayagiri and Khandagiri : An Architectonic Archaic
Don't Mess With Melaka!
18 Wacky Hotels That Are Absolutely Mind Blowingly Crazy
Exploring Mysore the way you should!
Malaysia Trip 2016: Good and Bad Experience
Belur - Poetry in Stone..Intricate,Detailed and Unimaginable
The Most Inviting Adult-Only Hotels Around The World
Rarest And Most Luxurious Experiences In The Cities And Villages of Rajasthan
A Glimpse into the lost kingdom of Champa: Po Nagar / Cham Temples of Nah Trang, Vietnam
After a series of alternate plunders of the temple by raiders followed by replacements and rebuilding by local kings, finally in 965 CE, King Jaya Indravarman – IV replaced the gold ‘Linga’ with a black-stone image of the seated, 10-armed ‘Uma or Durga’ (the consort of Shiva), which is the image that we find today....