Travel

yatra travel agra tajmahal

It was just an unplanned trip, a surprise little vacation for me and my husband. We were newly married and the idea of a getaway was always welcome. During our courtship period, I remembered his fascination for “Tajmahal” on many occasions. So, in July on his birthday, we decided to…

Riddhiculous responsible tourism

Responsible tourism is the need of the hour. Everyone needs to abide by this responsibility or else our name will be under fire. We need torespect heritage sites, tourists, spaces and even the nature’s balance. This is one such travellogue where we tried to play our role. Responsible tourism in…

Delhi Drive

Delhi is the heart of the nation and the city that connects multi- ethnicity, cultures, traditions. It is a city where you find people from all sections of society. Drive: While if you have been a witness to the Luetyen’s Delhi you will not deny the unparalleled drives on the broad, free roads…

It was December 2005 and my first trip outside India or even Delhi. Guess what Lahore, Pakistan happened. My maiden trip outside Delhi was Pakistan (I repeat just for believing that it really happened) Everything about the trip was incredible, right from the start. Everything about the trip was amazing….

Calendar Khana Do!! Calendar Khana Do!! How many times does a woman wish for that one magic wand that would “fix” all her “food” woes. I have been in countless such situations when I wished, What If I had a magic delivery service that would fix all of this right…

I have been to Pakistan and suffered in terms of food options. Because I am a vegetarian. But, I think I was not the only one. I read this– a blog within a blog http://indiansinpakistan.blogspot.com/2011/11/going-vegan-in-pakistan.html Here is an excerpt from this blog from sme Indian in Pak. Love the sense…

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Padharo Mhare Des. Photo: RS Our travel itenary had four major places in mind- Bundi, Jalore, Bikaner, Hanumangarh- essentially in this order. One of our team mates hailed from the royal land and thus the language was never a trouble on our way. Thought the place is too friendly as…

It was first journey alone on a train to Jaipur. Of course, excited I was. Not expecting too much. but i had my ideas about ‘good’ company that would make my morning hours worth all the effort. For 4-5 hours long journey definitely needs some inspiration and motivation. But then…..