Hornbill Festival In Pictures: A Complete Guide Of The Culture Kaleidoscope

Hornbill Festival In Pictures

Known as the ‘Festival of Festivals’, the Hornbill Festival is organized by the Government of Nagaland to encourage inter-tribal interaction and to promote the cultural heritage of the state. This incredible annual jamboree takes place from December 1 to 10, every year, at Naga Heritage Village, Kisama, which is about 12 km from Kohima. All […]

36 Hours in Khajuraho: Exploring The Temples Of Love, Life & Worship

khajuraho

I wasn’t much keen about exploring the ancient temples oozing with beautiful sculptures and intricate artwork until I met RD. Well, yeah, he did shift my attention towards the mystical beauty of these age-old structures that have endless stories attached to them, as we traversed across various such temple complexes including Khajuraho in MP, Hampi […]

Wandering Across North Sikkim With The Doi Host!

North Sikkim The Doi Host

It’s true that social media does affect us in some way or the other, and when it comes to traveling, we do get influenced by other people’s experiences and stories. Stumbling upon TheDoiHost on Instagram wasn’t a coincidence! As I kept drooling over their pictures (also because I knew the amazing people behind it), I decided to join […]

An Encounter With The One-Horned Rhinos In Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary!

One-Horned Rhinos In Jaldapara

Getting to spot the wildlife in India always seemed like a dream to me! For the last couple of years, I’ve tried my luck several times, at different Wildlife Sanctuaries & National Parks across the country, but (honestly) I never had a chance of spotting anything – apart from monkeys and deers, of course! There […]

Exploring The Best Of Kerala: A Photo Story Of God’s Own Country!

kerala

To put it in the words of the Lonely Planet, “This slender coastal strip is defined by its layered landscape: almost 600km of glorious Arabian Sea coast and beaches; a languid network of glistening backwaters; and the spice- and tea-covered hills of the Western Ghats, dotted with fiercely protected wildlife reserves and cool hill stations […]

Prini Peak – Experiences From A Self-Sufficiency Mountaineering Course

prini peak

Perhaps everyone dreams of it, but not everyone is lucky enough to traverse the paths unexplored. And as a famous saying goes, “Sometimes the path we choose, makes our life.” Back in December 2016, I came across this trailer of a documentary called ‘The Fall’ on YouTube which showed the journey of two young adventurists, who were […]

Everything You Need To Know About Kumara Parvatha Trek

Kumara Parvatha Trek Backpacking romance

Quite stereotypical, but people like us who live in the Northern part of India usually correlate the term ‘trekking’ to the Himalayas, and we actually can’t think beyond that. For us, it’s obvious that we’ll get to see the snowcapped peaks, feel the chills as the wind blows, and sip on a cup of steaming […]

The Most Romantic Himalayan Trek : Journey To Goecha La

Goecha La Trek Guide

Goecha La, definitely, is unlike any other quintessential Himalayan Trek. A high mountain pass (approx 4940 mt or 16,207 ft) in Sikkim, this is known to be ‘The Most Romantic Himayalan Trek’. It often serves as the base camp for the Mountaineers aiming to scale Mt. Kanchenjunga, the world’s third-highest mountain. I’ve always been intrigued […]