Feb 17, 2009 My mother tells me that we have been to Kateel along with my grandmother. It must been about 25 years ago….Read More
It was only at 7 in the morning that we could manage to start for the journey which seemed so long. We took the…Read More
Hi All, Recently went on a road trip from Delhi to Lucknow on NH2for a cousins wedding. We left on 8th Feb 09 and returned on…Read More
A very early morning, jostled out of sleep, washed and bundled in warm clothes, with eyes half closed and ears awake by piercing horn…Read More
It was still very early morning. I was waking up from an almost non existent sleep. The train moved ahead and surprisingly across too….Read More
14 Feb 09 When the bus arrived at Dharmasthala at 7 am this morning, it was two hours behind schedule. Not that the delay…Read More
It is gratifying to know that one’s jottings are of some help to other netizens. So here are the notings from the next and…Read More
The first memories of Hogenekkal goes back in time , about 25 years back , when we use to stay in Salem. Needless to say,…Read More
We hired two 9 seaters and first went to the Kapaleeshwara temple, which is at the centre of the culture in Mylapore. Go through Karthik’s another brilliant post about Mylapore. Had the darshan of Shiva and Uma and the rest of the family, without any hassles, came out and fed those cave-mouthed fish in the gigantic Mylapore pond.Read More
Vol-I: Planning and Delhi-Chennai-Kanchipuram/Mahabalipuram This Christmas we went to south on a temple trip of Tamilnadu. First the planning part goes. As always it…Read More
Part-2 : Udaipur to Mumbai Next day we checked out from hotel and started our journey at 6:15 AM from our hotel in Udaipur….Read More
It was past 3 PM when we were done with our lunch at Jhansi and we gathered ourselves for the last and final leg…Read More
Part-2 : Udaipur to Mumbai Next day we checked out from hotel and started our journey at 6:15 AM from our hotel in Udaipur….
Part-1 : Delhi to Udaipur It was almost a year that I had not taken any long road trip (since the last trip to…
In Kerala, the colors we noticed in abundance were Green, Green, Green and occasional Blue. It is a keralite tradition not to build houses taller than the surrounding trees and hence wherever one lives the abundant greenery always surrounds him and even the pristine blue sky is visible only in glimpses.