A Little Guidance for Your Spain Trip

Imagine a sandy beach with blue umbrellas, the sun slowly setting on the horizon, spreading its warm orange glow, you lying on a hammock, feeling the gentle warmth of the breeze. This in my heart is what it feels like to be in Spain. The land of afternoon siestas, limited store hours, and a happy […]

Dharamshala: A Land That Cradles Buddhism

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, […]

A Journey to The Land of Epics, Mana-The Last Indian Village

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 […]

Top-7 Tourist Destination of India During Monsoon

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 […]

Vipassana: A gift to myself for peace of mind

Ten entire days. Ten full days of complete and silence far away from your regular life. Do you think it is worth achieving inner peace? I thought so. However, no talking at all is just one code of discipline for Vipassana – a form of meditation that’s been practiced in India for thousands of years. After overcoming all the […]