Ajanta, till this day, continues to attract millions of travellers all over the world. The Chinese traveler, Hiuen Tsang has mentioned Ajanta in his travel memoirs! The enormity and scale of paintings of Ajanta is unparalleled in the annals of Indian history
The Yatra of Jagannath of Puri beckons millions in India and across the world to witness a glorious spectacle. Sridhar brings to you a riveting account of Jagannath Yatra 2018 and what happens on the ground amidst the teeming millions.
Situated at about 11000 ft above sea level, Dayara Bugyal is a perfect trek for beginners with moderate difficulty. This gem of a place is located in Uttarakhand. The trek Is kids friendly. Believe me, you would hate to come down to the plains.
Dholavira is a tiny hamlet in the western State of Gujarat in India. A part of the fabled Harappan civilisation thrived in Dholavira eons ago. The sheer scale of the site and the deep understanding of the ways of Mother Nature exhibited by the erstwhile inhabitants left the authors spellbound.
The Great Rann of Kutch was on top of the travel bucket list which was finally achieved. The silence of the Great Rann is to be experienced. The East side of salt desert is quiet and holds many facets to charm the traveller.
Hello friends. We have graduated to a new website and what better way to start our new website by invoking the name of the Supreme Lord. We hope you enjoy the experience. Sridhar had been to the temple town of Tiruvannamalai and a hill called Parvathamalai and came back awestruck.
Diveagar continues to be our favourite beach getaway till this day. We have visited during monsoon, summer and the so called Mumbai winters. The quaint village lifestyle and the beautiful beach continue to allure us.
Our bike trip traversed three states. Read on..
We had never been to Warangal in our lives before. The Kakatiyan empire left behind an amazing work of temple architecture. Join us as we take you to Warangal and its immediate surroundings
Wildlife and us have never been able to see eye to eye. Sridhar’s satirical take on one such trip.