The Journey of Extremes - Leh and Ladakh
The journey of Extreme altitudes, Extreme roads, extreme vehicle and extreme people.....One of the Life's goal - crossing the highest motorable pass KHARDUNGLA driving bullet accompolished, crossed 'Changla' - third highest pass, drove for long 6-8 hours stamina and Endurance tested successfully ;) You dont need to book in advance by an agent go there find a good hotel, there is a lot scope of bargain....
A monsoon visit to her majesty - Kerala
A Journey of Awakening through Tawang
McLeod Ganj, Dharamshala: A Land That Speaks The Language Of Friendliness And Peace
Mcleodganj: The Untold Story of Every Tibetan Refugee
Magical Kathmandu mesmerizes me
Phonm Penh on a Shoestring Budget
Adventure Travel: Trek to the Everest Base Camp
Backpacking & Roadtripping across Myanmar
A taste of Tibet in Karnataka
A Few Days In Himachal
Saint-Ceneri-le-Gerei – A scene right out of your Favorite Fairy-Tale
The Monk Who Led Me Through The Mist in Bhagsu
North India escapade
Bangkok Highlights Day Tour
Banaras through the eye of a Banarasi | The crazy side
A day trip to the WIZARDING WORLD OF HARRY POTTER!@ORLANDO – UNIVERSAL STUDIOS
In Pictures: Little Tibet of the South
It might be because most of the Buddhist monks that I have come across were those walking up and down narrow mountain roads in their maroon robes in one of the Himalayan towns or because I have always seen the golden intricacies of the monastery roofs only throw the thin layer of mist that are exclusive to the Himalayas....
Tea Culture of Myanmar. Revealing Life One Tea Cup at a Time
Sikkim: Abode of the Gods
Bhutan – The Land of the Thunder Dragon
Backpacking South East Asia: Untouched Myanmar
7 great getaways from Dharamshala!
Kesaria, Bihar - the highest stupa of the world !!
The Naga sadhu who asked for my gold ring at the Kumbh Mela
There were quite a few sadhus inside — walking around, chatting among themselves, sitting cross-legged on small makeshift stages… After a brief encounter with a sadhu who was still clothed in a saffron robe — maybe he would renounce it in another few years — a fellow woman journalist and I strolled up to the Naga sadhu seated on the next podium....
Bangkok Adventures: A City-Lover's Guide
A Series of Very Fortunate Events: Our Unforgettable Trip to Coorg
Backpacking in Himachal
Aurangabad – Travelling back in time
Kashmir- the heavenly abode
Gangtok: Of Momos, Monasteries and Monsoon!
A Day In Bangkok Along The Chao Phraya River
Visit the country less visited | Riyadh - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
On foot in McLeod Ganj
Why Warner Brother's Harry Potter Studio Tour Is A Must Visit For Every Potterhead
Coorg for the Coffeeholics
Born in Himalayas - A Blessing!
Beautiful traditional dresses from around the whole world
Postcards from Benaras
Sightseeing in ‘Pink City' Jaipur
The rhythm of Jaisalmer
5 Reasons Why Sanjauli is the Milan of Shimla
Charm of Coorg
Sketch of a Sleeping Beauty, Udvada
Traditional swing and wooden bench in a veranda Aaram Khursi (Resting Chair) in a veranda Cat resting on a Aram Khursi A bench on the arc in the veranda At the same time, the strong religious faith of Parsi's was pretty evident with the framed painting of Zarathustra, the founder of Zoroastrianism, in white robes and a long beard, hanging on the top of the main entrance....
Around the Universe in Two Hours
St. Helena: A Cozy Wine Country Getaway
Finding Bhubaneswar in Athens - When Time Travel gets real!
A procession journeyed through the Panathenaic Way, and gather at the Acropolis for a symbolic event - just like the torch gets lit for the Olympics, this festival would see a woolen robe placed on either the statue of Athena Polias in the Erechtheum (during a regular Panathenaea) or on the statue of Athena Parthenos in the Parthenon (during the Great Panathenaea)....