Reading Time: 6 minutes Tranquillity greets me, aided by strong feeling of spirituality as soon as I get off my train. Varanasi welcomes me with open arms. Considered by many as one of the holiest cities in the world, Varanasi, bejewelled on the banks of the Ganges spoke to me with an uncanny familiarity.
Reading Time: 7 minutes “Meals make the society, hold the fabric together in lots of ways that were charming and interesting and intoxicating to me. The perfect meal, or the best meals, occur in a context that frequently has very little to do with the food itself”. -Anthony Bourdain
Reading Time: 6 minutes Their dive motto is ” Give time an underwater break”.
Reading Time: 9 minutes Sikkim which is a very small state is also known as the first organic state of India. Infact, reason being so, is that the government have made a very strict vigilant at three major check post, where a strict screening on the incoming amount of fertilizers are regularly tracked. The population here is just about Six lakhs forty thousand .One of their major source of income comes from tourism. And a large community of locals have gladly turned their shelters as home-stays which are scattered all around Sikkim. It also gives every tourist a sense of belonging, as they get the opportunity to mix with locals and get connected with their way of life.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Follow me Home is where my heart is – And that’s Kolkata for me!! Here’s what I feel about my City Do check out the link below : Very Rough City Guide – Kolkata My interview with www.addsomecurry.com about my city was a great experience, as I loved boasting about this great historical city.
Reading Time: 9 minutes Follow me Weekend drive to the Udaipur of Bengal Someone mentioned to me about this place, I thought she was mentioning about the famous city of lakes “Udaipur” of Rajasthan. As soon as long weekend rang the bell in my calendar list of holidays. Ideas started to doing rounds, as to how to make use …
Reading Time: 9 minutes It’s been a journey which was all about learning, realization and testing my potential. I came out of my comfort zone and lived my days out of my backpack, made friends, talked to locals, to understand the hardship, to appreciate each smaller little things which may seems very little but has a deeper meaning. I felt extremely content to have been able to ticked off one more wish out of my bucket list. I now look at it, I realized that journeys are actually way more important than the destination. What I said not because I could not witness any stunning view at the top. But it is because, I trekked for 5 days covering about 45 kms chasing something which I could not get the view of. Still I feel that I could achieve the inner joy of finding my new love for mountains. I think I m just hooked on to this and I will definitely going to take up many more treks.