Royal Rajasthan, Travel

Havelis of Kajra , Jhunjhunu – Gateway to Shekawati Region in Rajasthan

A casual conversation at a heritage property in Surajgarh we were staying in, led us to a quick morning trip to Kajra in Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan. Passing countless acres of rugged land filled with succulents and shrubs, trudging uphill bumpy roads that levelled at times and wading through narrow lanes, brought us face to face with …

Events/Sponsored Posts

My tryst with Selfie-Star called Mobiistar : New Smartphone range in India

Photography is a big part of family travels. The memories that are created in these journeys are precious and priceless. And the last thing one wants is missing oneself in these captured family moments by being on the other side of the lens as the photographer! Thanks to the concept of ‘Selfies’ and amazing innovation …

Himachal Hymns, Travel

Sidhbari – A Spiritual Retreat in the lap of Dhauladhars near Dharamshala

Cloistered away from the sight of tourist madhouse is a quaint town named Sidhbari, near Dharamshala. Often ignored by commercial tour agencies who savour on listicles, Sidhbari is thankfully a bit far from famous tourist triangle of Mc-Leodganj- Triund- Dharamshala. Many decades ago, a Hindu monk too was enchanted by this town (which then, was …

International, Thailand, Travel

Chantaboon Waterfront Community in Thailand – A melting pot of multiple cultures

With European homes, quirky cafes, vibrant street art and smiling people, the Chantaboon waterfront community can lure any visitor who loves old world charm. A smiling old lady welcomes and offers me a local delicacy wrapped in a conically shaped leaf as I enter the one-kilometre stretch of the Chantaboon waterfront community. I politely refuse …

Kru Kung Museum
International, Thailand, Travel

The treasure trove called Kru Kung Museum in Thailand – A photo tour of bygones

Thailand is a land of varied shades. A country that has been culturally so vibrant and has over 4000 years of history in its kitty is bound to offer more than its pristine beaches and happening nightlife to the travellers and tourists who visit its land and sea with equal zest. To emphasize and propagate …

Bhangarh Fort
Royal Rajasthan, Travel

Bhangarh Fort – Family Trip to the Most Haunted Fort in India

‘Haunted’, claimed all…‘we could hear weird voices and noises’, said some, while a handful vouched there is really nothing spooky about the place! These were some of the reactions from friends who got to know of our family trip to the most haunted fort in India!!! I vividly remember the day of our visit to …

Random Musings, Travel

Travel Alert : Useful #ShiftingToT2 Information for passengers using the Delhi Airport

I have quite many travel plans lined up in the coming weeks up until the month of July. And, this means umpteen alerts on mobile and through e-mails about flight and train- bookings and departures. One such alert that piqued my curiosity was about the shift of certain Airline’s services from T1 to T2 #ShiftingToT2 …

Karen Tribes in Chiang Mai
International, Thailand, Travel

The Karen Tribes in Chiang Mai : Friendship over Candied Fruit Peel in Thailand

As the World celebrates another Women’s Day with much fanfare, here is a tribute to the Karen Tribes in Chiang Mai and scores of women who go through the journey of ‘Life’ all silently with great resilience, across various households, from posh homes to refugee camps. Each one’s struggle may be different but the struggle invariably …

Bhangarh Fort
Contest Entries, Random Musings

Trip to Bhangarh with BoseQC35 II : A Travel Story of Ruins, Fear and Sounds

‘Haunted’, claimed all… ‘We could hear weird voices and noises’, said some, while a handful vouched there was nothing really spooky about the place! These were some of the reactions from friends when they got to know about our trip!!! 21 December 2005 I vividly remember the day of our visit to the Most Haunted …