Early morning, I got ready, expecting a very nice trip ahead. As I had decided to use a rented car, it arrived at the scheduled time at 6 am and I started loading my luggage. With all the positive energy and expectation, I started my journey at 6.30am from Noida. The vehicle was very much comfortable and the condition of road till Haridwar was also very good which was complementing the comfort. After covering almost 100 KMs, it started raining heavily. I

Here is an ordeal of a Road trek to Lucknow-The city of Nawabs. The multicultural Lucknow is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh. Its excellent greenhouses, music, food, and the rich Nawabi legacy make it an absolute necessity visit put in any traveler’s agenda. It was in the long stretch of September that I alongside a couple of my school companions chose to book a taxicab and travel to Lucknow for a 3-day trip. Day 1: New Delhi→ Kanpur →

Badrinath is one among the 108 divya desams (holy shrines for Vaishnavites) of Lord Vishnu. The temple is the holiest of the four dhams (destinations) of Hindus, in Garhwal ranges, and draws pioneers from all finished India. It is the most gone by of the burn dhams, while doing the whole circuit, it comes toward the end in the course however numerous do it independent as well. One of those independent elements it was me, a bhakta of Shiva Badri

One fine day my companion Rahul who is particularly into wildlife photography, informed me concerning Sariska Tiger Reserve. Prior I had been to Jim Corbett and had experienced tiger. However, Sariska was something new to my ears. Along these lines, I chose to give a visit to this place on an end of the week. It was the precise next Sunday I cleared out home to investigate this awesome home to huge felines. The landscape on the drive from Delhi

A regular drive from Delhi to Dehradun in positive weather conditions went on for five and half hours. I was out to investigate a standout amongst the most troublesome trekking courses this time, known for its amazing magnificence. I went by means of Dehradun in light of the fact that I had an expert duty, after which I had intended to go up till Yamunotri sanctuary through Asnol Gaadh. The adventure to Asnol Gaadh appeared to be path simpler after

Thinking about the land that cradled Buddhism, I looked forward to my trip to Dharamshala, another city with a predominant Buddhist culture. Born and brought up in Gurugram, where I never saw any Buddhist architecture. I was entirely unfamiliar to concepts like stupas, thangkas, pagodas and prayer wheels.   Dharamshala is all about vibrant Tibetan flags, beautiful rolling prayer wheels and the rejuvenating sound of the ringing bells and chirping birds. My first day was dedicated to exploring the beautiful

In the silence of the teeth shivering winter morning, I listen to the Alaknanda River travelling its way to Devprayag where it meets Bhagirathi and form our holy Ganga. Last evening, soon after paying prayers at the renowned and to my surprise crowd-free Badrinath Temple, I left to visit Mana as my last destination of this trip in Uttarakhand. Mana Village, famous as India’s Last Village, is three kilometres to the north of Badrinath. Beyond is the Mana Pass and

Munnar, Kerala Mist-induced, flourishing tea gardens and the spectacular spice plantation with dewdrops falling from the leaves and branches, Munnar in Monsoon is a paradise for nature lovers. The beautiful mountains partially covered in clouds while the rain rejuvenates almost everything it can touch. It’s an ideal escape if you’re looking for some quiet time in the lap of the mountains. Not being a tourist season during monsoon, you can live all of this without any chaos and of course,

At one time the capital of the Himalayan kingdom of Ladakh, the district of Leh is absolutely enchanting to say the least. Few places come close to being as mesmerising and soul awakening as Leh. It was a morning flight from Delhi airport that took me to this fabulous land of fairytale bliss. Far off as it might seem, the plane journey to Leh is just a matter of an hour from Delhi, terminating at the only airport In Leh-theKushok

Located beautifully upon the banks of the river Yamuna in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, the city of Agra is a travel destination that requires little introduction. Home to the world renowned Taj Mahal, the city of Agra offers its visitors a plunge into the architectural brilliance of the Mughals, who ruled India for 331 years. Besides the Taj Mahal, the Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri are among the main tourist attractions. These three iconic monuments have also been