India, latest, Nature, People, Travel, Travel-blog, Travel-India / 11.11.2017

Munnar, filled with the lush magic of nature, its simple yet beautiful people always fascinated us. Unlike other tourists, I was curious to plot something different to apprehend and study the culture of tribal villages near the Munnar town. After some extensive ground work and research, I spotted few remote locations which can be explored. I was so excited and thrilled as this was going to be one hell of a road trip through the Chinnar Forest. A steep climb to Munnar from Kothamangalam was quite serene despite the downpour throughout the journey. The cold mountain air that summed up...

latest, Nature, Travel-blog, Travel-India / 28.10.2017

It was a beautiful misty morning in Kalpa when we started the descent  after a sumptuous breakfast, as the vastly disappearing clouds slowly paved the way for the spellbinding view of “Kinnur Kailash”. The mountain aroma filled my soul and rejuvenated us down to the last cell in our bodies. After a certain distance, we started to climb through some unfamiliar terrains and drove on a highway that was marked as the “World’s deadliest road “. In certain stretches, the road was terrible but what made up for this was the gorgeous landscape that as we drove through the lush...

latest, Spiti-Valley / 21.09.2017

After a long 18 hours travel from Delhi Airport, we reached Sarahan, one of the remotest villages in Shimla District and located 5,000 feet above the sea level. The journey was quite pleasant despite it was tiresome and bumpy throughout the route. Sun was about to set when we reached the village and unbearable cold air started to blow hard. We realized that we couldn’t cope with it and rushed to board the guest house. On the other side, we were exhausted and could not move an inch. We munched delicious hot Tandoori roti with subji and slept like a...

latest, People, Travel, Travel-blog, Uncategorized / 08.09.2017

The entirety of "God's Own Country" as Kerala is also known, is a traveler’s paradise with the famed backwaters of Kerala taking one of the most popular roles in the tourism the in India. The rich heritage of Kerala also finds reflection in the various folk tales, legends and myths which surround almost all the parts of this tropical paradise. This in turn influences the various rituals and festivals in Kerala, with a number of the festivals which are celebrated in Kerala bearing resemblance to some of the myths and legends of Kerala. Due to the large number of beaches...

India, latest, People, Travel, Travel-blog, Travel-India, Uncategorized / 25.07.2017

Ladakh People are very different in looks from the rest of the country. Due to the altitude of the place, their skin is very hard and tough with soft and plain nature by heart. Their clothes and appearance are more alike to the Asian and Tibetan people. The Ladakh people are said to be the most simple and cheerful in nature. Even their lifestyle is very simple and they prefer to remain close to the nature. Dresses for Ladakh man and woman are totally different.  Women wear the Goncha, which is a loose thick woolen robe that is tied on waist by...

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