Reading Time: 10 minutes Follow me As I had listed some of the most haunted places in India in my previous post, it had also made me wonder about the other places around the world which has equally given the bone-chilling experience to many people across the world. The eerie feeling, ghost stories, or paranormal activities has always given …
Reading Time: 13 minutes Find the list of top 10 most haunted places in India. Read about places like Bhangarh, Morgan House, Kalimpong, Kuldhara, Jamali Kamali with its spooky stories and experiences.
Reading Time: 28 minutes Follow me List of All Europe’s Top Day Trips With the pandemic situation slowly coming back to normal across Europe, European citizens have already started to make day trips across the smaller towns nearby. Although, given the situation, the idea of travel is still very dicey all around the world but with proper measures, …
Reading Time: 21 minutes Follow me About the Post: This is a complete budget backpacking itinerary of Myanmar (Burma). And it will allow me to help you plan your Myanmar Trip especially covering the big four of Myanmar. Last year I decided to witness a stunning new year’s sunrise from Bagan in Myanmar. I also wanted to plan my …
Reading Time: 16 minutes Managing a full-time job and blogging is definitely no easy task. As I discovered my love for travel, which led me to pen down my travel journals initially for my friends and acquaintances but later grew to gain a larger audience eventually. It then became a constant challenge to balance both my work schedules and to keep my passion for writing alive. Read what some of the successful bloggers/ influencers are saying on balancing both ends.
Reading Time: 10 minutes This article gives a sneak peek into the daily life of people in Myanmar. In this troubled time, instead of giving a long itinerary about how to plan a trip, I shall talk about how does life runs in Myanmar through this Photo Story.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Myanmar shares almost 1600 kms with India, which is spread across the four states -Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Nagaland. Moreh-Tamu Border is one of the organised entry exit points to travel between two nations without any hassles.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Once the home of the royal families of Manipur, Imphal became the capital of Manipur State under the rule of Britishers in 1826. This small city has witnessed some of the most important battles in Indian history with recent ones being one fought in World War II and the other one being fought between independent India and China.
Reading Time: 11 minutes Holi is not only a festival of colours but also is a celebration of traditions, unity and happiness. And , to witness that what better place could be other than that of Braj-Bhoomi ? Find out in my blog about all my experience (good or bad) as I had while I witnessed the biggest congregation of people. May be it will help you to plan for next year.
Reading Time: 13 minutes Murshidabad which was declared as the capital of not only Bengal but also of Orissa and Bihar by Nawab Murshid Quli Khan who was the founder. The former name of the city was Maksudabad. In 1706, when Dewan Murshid Kuli Khan was recognised as the Nawab of Bengal under the reign of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, he decided to move his capital from Dhaka (Now in Bangladesh) to the lush fertile banks of Bhagirathi in Mukusudabad which he later named as “Murshidabad” (in connection with his own first name “Murshid”). As Murshidabad was then a flourishing place for international trading hub for all noblemen and businesses.