Planning to visit Sangla Valley? Delhi to Sangla Valley is less than 600 km is a perfect relaxing getaway for a long weekend. The way towards Sangla Valley is not only one of the gorgeous road trips but also the world's deadliest roads. Sangla Valley is in upper Kinnaur district with a small village in Himachal … Continue reading How to reach Sangla Valley from Delhi
I was not really an art person until some time back when I visited Paris and was welcomed with jaw-dropping artworks. I have now developed a deep respect and interest for artworks. I found this wonderful graffiti on a wall just outside the main gate of Agrasen ki Baoli. Well, I guess it is established that history will … Continue reading How History & art go hand in hand!!
Looking for an off-beat place to visit in Paris? Have you heard about La Grande Arche in La Défense located in western Paris? Today, I'm going to provide you with some information on a modern day Arc de Triomphe aka La Grande Arche de la Défense, standing as a monument to humanity. Paris is well known for its iconic … Continue reading Have you heard about La Grande Arche de la Défense, Paris
Agrasen Ki Baoli a step-well in Delhi is packed with history & is an architectural marvel for the historic water reservoir. Baoli is filled with interesting doors and as it is located in the center of Delhi somewhere hidden between those old residential colonies I was able to found some intriguing doors. Some doors specifically can be called metal … Continue reading Doors In & Around(Agrasen ki Baoli)
Visiting Agrasen ki Baoli in Delhi? Interested in knowing some fun facts about the Agrasen ki Baoli history? Delhi is a paradise for history buffs with architecture varying from Mughal empire & before. The thing about history amazes me by the skills and techniques used in that era. How much technology might have advanced these days, but the … Continue reading Fun facts about Agrasen ki Baoli History, Delhi
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
France has a unique side speaking in terms of its architecture and culture. One can never have enough time in Paris, it always leaves you with wanting more. As appalled I was by my visit to the Louvre Museum by witnessing gorgeous architecture and the artworks, at the same time I was awestruck by amazing French … Continue reading Artistic Doors at Louvre Museum!!!
Where we live sometimes we tend to ignore several things of that particular area. I live in a typical Delhi - style apartment which I think is less beautiful than some other parts of the same city. Despite this, ever since I started to participate in Norm's Thursday Doors weekly photography feature I am able to look … Continue reading A Stranded Door in Delhi, India
Paris can be both overwhelming as well as mesmerising for first timers! Same was true for me, I fell for the Parisian architecture, its art culture and the historical significance. My visit was in March beginning and yet it was freakishly cold and rained all the time and even spoiling some of my plans. But … Continue reading Amazing restaurant with view of Eiffel Tower, Paris
Bhubaneshwar - Capital of Odisha, India - also known as 'The City of Temples' is slowly turning into a Smart City now. There are a number of places to visit in Bhubaneswar including various historic temples. The Hindu temples from 1st Century BC strongly depicting the (now Odisha) Kalinga architecture dedicated to Lord Shiva. The … Continue reading Top places to visit in Bhubaneswar Odisha