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
Delhi's cafe culture is at a rise and for good. Instagrammable cafes coming up with light & pastel coloured themes. Besides than being just pretty, I always look forward to good food. Praising a restaurant just for its picture-perfect ambience is too much for my liking. Which is why I try to look for places … Continue reading Amour Bistro Delhi – A quick bite!
Planning to visit Qutub Minar in Delhi and cross off another item crossed from your India bucket list? Read these interesting facts about Qutub Minar before you go to pay more attention and spread information about Qutub Minar to friends and family. Qutub Minar is a UNESCO world heritage archaeological site in Delhi. Qutub Minar is … Continue reading Interesting Facts about Qutub Minar – Information, History & Architecture!
Living in the capital has its own perks. But when it's Delhi which also is usually the starting point for most tourists for visit to Taj then no amount of visits are ever considered ample. So, I'm going to present today the gorgeous ancient doors at the Taj Mahal from my last trip. Doors at … Continue reading Antique Doors at The Taj Mahal, India
Our visit to Agra is usually combined with the iconic Taj Mahal and Vrindavan. I have been numerous times now to the Taj but never leave a chance to visit again, after all, it is the only one of the Seven Wonder's of the World which I have seen yet 😀 The main marble Taj monument is mirrored … Continue reading View from the Taj Mahal
Manali in Himachal Pradesh is a nature's paradise and a famous tourists spot in Northern India. While on our trip, before heading to Manikaran Gurudwara we had a quick detour towards Kasol Valley suggested by our cab driver. We found an utterly breathtaking bridge which is used by locals to cross Parvati River only to be headed … Continue reading Let’s cross that bridge – Kasol Himachal Pradesh, India