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, 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...

Travel / 22.04.2017

Everyone knows that Leh is a landlocked, peerless and peculiar capital of Ladakh region. Like the land itself, the people of Ladakh are quite different from the rest of India. The faces and the physiques of Ladakhis, and the clothes they wear are quite resembling those of Tibet and Central Asia. They are hard and tough akin to the rugged mountains which surround their dwellings yet very soft and plain at heart. On the tailing of our journey, we explored some fascinating rural places in Leh region despite road condition was quite bad. Spituk was another interesting monastery, on the top...

Travel / 18.04.2017

Wahlyngkhat is a beautiful place in the East Khasi Hills district, nestled to the Sohra mountains, Meghalaya. After a long drive to Dawki, our driver halted at this beautiful place and asked if we are interested in fresh seafood since the village’s fish market is quite popular and people from Bangladesh throng the village for selling them. I decided to walk down along with him even though I could not keep up with his pace due to a muscle cramp. The path to the village is a cemented staircase in the middle of a shallow jungle. The view from the...

Travel / 12.04.2017

The word “The abode of Clouds” suits well for Meghalaya, one of the best States in India which is nestled in the middle of East Khasi hills. Most of the places in the state are well connected by roads despite rail and air transports are unavailable. I landed Guhawati on March 8th night, managed to get the bus within few minutes since Assam public transports are easily accessible. On the next day, I reached Palton Bazaar to get the shared ride in Cab for Shillong city, the capital of Meghalaya and the road was so good that I was able...

Travel / 12.04.2017

I recall that many dangerous routes like Kardungala, Chang La and Leh – Manali Highways were explored during our trip but Leh- Srinagar route was quite thrilling one. We started our journey from Leh on July 16th morning despite curfew was imposed in Srinagar. I was in a dilemma whether we could book a direct flight for Chennai but we embarked on a road trip. After few hours of drive, we halted somewhere but it was vast, cold and beautiful. We were informed that it was Nimmu, a beautiful valley that marked the confluence of  Leh Zanskar and Indus rivers....

Travel / 26.02.2017

Maha Shivratri is a Hindu Festival celebrated annually in honor of Lord Shiva and it’s largely celebrated in India as well as in Nepal. It’s a mark of the new season which depicts the arrival of spring. On Shivratri Night, people from various places throng the popular Shiva temples across the country, enchant throughout the night which reflects the remembrance of “overcoming darkness and ignorance”. I decided to document the festival of Shivratri in Kaveripattinam, a small village located near Krishnagiri town and it’s nestled with the Eastern Ghats despite its well connected by roads. Kaveripattinam is quite famous for...

Travel / 22.02.2017

Makar Sankranti is a festival celebrated across India in different ways. The festival, also known as Sankrat, is celebrated in the month of January to mark the transition of the sun into the zodiac sign of Makara (Capricorn) on its celestial path. As a part of the festival, kite flying is observed as a traditional ritual where youngsters take part in large numbers. This year, Jaipur hosted the International Kite Festival from 14th January 2017 to 16th January 2017 at the Jal Mahal ground. There were around thirty kite flyers from various states across the country at the event that was...

Travel / 29.09.2016

How many of you have remembered the climax of Three Idiot movie? That scene was captured in the location where Amir Khan and Kareena were snogging. For those who are besotted by the awestruck beauty of the spot, the place is located in Ladakh.  Situated at 14,000 feet, far away in a barren land, Pangong Tso is one of the largest and highest brackish lakes in the world. The crystal clear blue water shines over an area of 100 km across the borders of two countries India and China. Pangong Lake is considered as a clear symbol of nature craftsmanship and...

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