Mcleodganj is one of the most famous hill stations often toured by the youth & families alike from the nearby states of Delhi, Haryana & Punjab. Mcleodganj is actually a suburb of Dharmashala which is also known as 'Little Tibet' by the nearby community. The exiled government of Tibet actually houses in Mcleodganj which makes … Continue reading Mcleodganj Itinerary: A first-timers Travel Guide
A quiet small village in Himachal Pradesh is home to lovely tea gardens and is also known as the tea capital of North-west India. As we enter the town, the tea plantation grounds are visible everywhere. Be it a small area on the hill outside a hotel or spread across a massive piece of land, … Continue reading Rejuvenate around Palampur Tea Gardens
Visit Diu to experience tranquil beaches, Portuguese history, and a calm quaint town. This union territory of India has the perfect balance of beaches with a quieter vibe than Goa or Pondicherry. The town is usually known in conjunction with Daman as Daman & Diu, while both are miles apart with a sea in between. … Continue reading Astonishing places to visit in Diu: Reimagine Tranquility!
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 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
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
Delhi's cafe culture is at a rise and for good. Instagrammable cafes coming up with light pastel themes. Besides than being just pretty, I always look forward to good food. Praising a restaurant just for its picture-perfect ambiance is too much for my liking. Which is why I try to look for places lesser known … Continue reading Amour Bistro Delhi – A quick bite!
India is usually stereotyped as a primary Hindu nation despite a secular one. With home to at least nine religions, India celebrates each religion and festival with equal zeal. With Christmas just around the corner and combined with New year, it's usually a perfect time to take a vacation. If you're seeking some of the … Continue reading The unique places to celebrate Christmas in India
Spread through varied terrains India is a country for the trek aficionados. The Himalayan range in the North & East India along with low altitude areas in the Southern part of the country are there to woo you with breathtaking views from the top. I am not an experienced trekker but rather prefer easy to … Continue reading The must-do treks in India for thrill-seekers!