The romance of Shahrukh Khan and Kajol in Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge (DDLJ) on the snowy Swiss Alps added Switzerland on my Europe's bucket list since the '90s. And so visiting Switzerland was one of my most cherished travel dreams. When I find got my hands on my ticket to Paris, I knew I had to … Continue reading Meandering in Snow: Savor two days in Zurich with best places to visit
Thinking of India, the first things that comes to mind is chaos and safety. India is a heavily populated country with millions of tourists flowing in every year, traveling in India can give anyone jitters. Being an Indian native, I will present how to travel in India with insider tips and keeping safety a priority. … Continue reading The ultimate guide on how to travel in India
The architecture, temples, food and the deep blue sea, this sums of Gujarat for me. The historic architecture of Gujarat is well acclaimed by all & promoted by India's favorite Amitabh Bachchan. The state is home to one of the char dhams of Hinduism; Dwarkadhish - the westernmost corner of India. An abode for distinguished … Continue reading Places to see in Gujarat with Itinerary
Traveling has always been my escape from reality. However, the first time I traveled to Paris, all alone, I realized it means more to me than I ever thought. I started to document my travelogues in my blog immediately after coming back to the trip. Almost 3 years later, I now realize, day after day, … Continue reading How blogging changed the way I travel?
The huge shinning steel silver charka (spinning wheel) set up right opposite to the newly opened & famed Madame Tussauds is a part of the Charka Museum, Delhi. Placed opposite the Khadi Gramodyog Bhavan, the Museum is a new addition to Connaught Place must-dos'. A part of the park above the Palika Bazaar, the museum is … Continue reading Familiarise with the history of Charkha at The Charkha museum, Delhi
A dose of royalty & bygone in the Bangalore Palace! The 18th-century private residence of the Wadiyar dynasty has multiple personalities. Inspired by the Windsor Castle and comprising of Hindu elements, the Bangalore Palace unveils the royalty of South Indian dynasties. A glance from the outside transport you to London, the interiors, however, brings you … Continue reading Royal Splendor of The Bangalore Palace
Packing is an art which we master over time. This is my summary of my years of traveling containing all my carry-on essentials and the things I never miss to pack. Have I said it out enough times that I love flying? If not, then maybe now is the time. I remember the first time … Continue reading My carry-on essentials – What I never miss to pack (+ Free Download)
Some say 'Travel is for the rich' and some just work a bit harder for making travel a part of their life. Most of my friends from the travel community work full-time or have families & responsibilities but still, they make travel a priority. In today's era, we are surrounded by extremely costly smartphones, Macs', … Continue reading How to save money for travel even with debt?
Iconic architecture. One of the U.S.'s best cities for music, theatre, and art. Barack Obama's hometown. These are just a few of the reasons to visit Chicago and the city is one of the best places to visit in Illinois. But what if you can't find friends or family to go with you? Don't worry … Continue reading Chicago solo travel guide: Top things to do in Chicago when traveling alone
Bangalore: The 'Silicon City of India' or the famous IT hub where every college graduate dreams to land a great job. Initially conceptualized as the city for retirees somehow landed the status of IT capital of the county. Compared to California's silicon city, the city usually overflows with geeks & business tourists. A pit stop … Continue reading An Ultimate Bangalore Itinerary: Best of Bangalore in one day