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Untouristy Rajasthan – where real people reside

Reason of travel are a plenty but the learning’s from each is unique, the experience breathtaking and the memories priceless. This time around we were on a trip to Rajasthan – the tourism capital of the country. However, in we were  hundreds of miles away from any known tourist place. We were going to the town where my wife was… Read more →

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When the drought unearths treasures

Surprises are a plenty when it comes to nature. In one such instance the drought in Maharashtra revealed temples submerged under water. the blog post is about the expedition to visit the site Read more →

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The performance – Marine drive & NCPA – Mumbai

Lazy weekends call for travel downtown to the most iconic location of Mumbai for some leisure activity. One of the classiest and the most iconic auditorium of Mumbai is located on Marine Drive – The National Center for Performing Arts / NCPA. It is the last building and probably the most architecturally sound building I have visited in the city.… Read more →

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The Annual Pilgrimage – Goa – day 1

There is a sense of satisfaction when you move out of your daily routine and travel to India’s Vegas if I may say so. Goa is a place where everybody has something new to experience. Whether you are sane of insane, this is the place to be. Over the years I have encountered various characters here indulging themselves on the… Read more →

The package deal – INDIAN RAILWAYS travel – part 1

A casual discussion with a friend and a tweet from another prompted this post. Its been a long time since I actually travelled long distance by the Indian Railways. Flying now is more preferred as  time is saved and you could work for a day or two more and take fewer offs. The railways is by far, for the best… Read more →

The scot and whiskey capital – Edinburgh

For almost a year, I was based out of Newcastle upon Tyne, where I was studying at the Northumbria University. Edinburgh is only 3 hours away from there by train and there are ample numbers from Newcastle as it falls on the London – Edinburgh route. The short train ride transports you to a different world. A place which feels… Read more →