Shivpuri - A Rafting Paradise
When My College Trip To Manali Got Cancelled
A Solo Expedition-Gangtok
My first solo adventure is dotted by a lot of resistance initially by my parents,then by the unavailability of a confirmed reservation in the train,the just-conceived torrential rains in Sikkim just 2 days before my visit,and finally by my mentor from my just-concluded internship who insisted I stay on for a few more days at the office for some of my project-related work.As a result, I had to complete my journey from Pune to Gangtok via my hometown at Kolkata in just 5 days,which was,let's accept it,nothing less than exhausting.I took it as a challenge,anyway,and proceeded to take one more step towards my dream of covering every nook and corner of the world by the lifetime....
23 European Countries in 105 Days While Studying in Udaipur: Meet the Ultimate Solo Traveller
Sri Lanka Diary - A Land Like No Other
A rational mind's selfish reasons to trek
The Best Of Street Photography In Romania – Glimpse of Artistic Romania
The Serpent Peak: Nag Tibba
The Arrah, Bihar Experience – Travel with Purpose
Ecuador - Heaven on Earth
10 Reasons Why Jaipur Has Spoilt You
The hospitality and food with a generous helping of ghee will blow you over. 3: Shopping at Johri Bazaar Image Credit Who wants to go to malls and arcades when you can get the best pottery, textile, and jewellery at the Johri Bazaar. 4: Rajasthan Royals Image Credit As our former captain and mentor Rahul Dravid said, "We don't buy great players....
The Siachen March - The Trek
The Mystical Musician Of Gwalior - Tansen
10 Best Travel Companions That Are Sitting Right Under Your Nose
10 best wanderlust movies of all time
My Odd Life: Why Brazilians Want To Know My Caste(And Other Stories)
A Short trip in Occupied City of Gujarat – Ahmedabad
One can see the tea stall in mostly every part of the city, queue of children crossing the road with their mentor, an old man holding too many balloons across the road of different colours; a child asking for the one and colorful kites everywhere (after all its January; month dedicated to kites) and what not....
Where Do You Go for Good Photos in Gokarna ?
My Expat Life in Izmir
The Unsung Saga, Ganjifa
The Moti-Talav The Sawantwadi Palace The Sawantwadi Palace The lacquer-ware toys after oil coating The Sawantwadi Palace The Ganjifa Cards Packaging The Matsya Avatar of Dashvatara Ganjifa The Dashavatara Ganjifa Cards The Chitari making lacquer-ware toys The Wooden Toys of Sawantwadi Our team at the Sawantwadi Palace Our team with the Ganjifa artisans Our team with Queen of Sawantwadi Posing on the Staircase with our mentor Our team at Chitari Gully...
What Is Kolkata To You!?
7 boxes to tick when in Kolkata
8 Badass Female Explorers Who Are Too Bold To Be Handled By Mainstream Media
All aboard for a boat race at Alleppey, and a bird sanctuary at Kumarakom !
Why I Took A Sabbatical From My Great Going Job.
Trek To Serenity : Prashar Lake
A Journey to Nowhere Leads to a Special Destination
Gangtok: An Unruffled Abode.
“My first failed trek was a game changer” – The making of a Trek Leader
Warriors of Varanasi
7 Unique Schools That Reimagine How Every Child Should Learn
Trekking & Rappelling Episode in Mukteshwar, Uttarakhand - My First Office Trip
Asia’s largest natural caves are in India, here…
She came. She saw. She fell in love - KERALA
My 8000kms across India : my story of travelling , learning and social work.
This is how it started, I made few friends on the very first day and then continued my rail yatra of making bonds, of learning extravagantly, of each day discussion on entrepreneurship, of brainstorning sessions on Indian politics, of late night horror stories, of laughters and cries, of friendships and mentors....