Part-1 : Delhi to Udaipur It was almost a year that I had not taken any long road trip (since the last trip to…Read More
It was the second morning in Pachmarhi. We had thought of getting up to meet the sunrise, but soon shelved that plan (or rather,…Read More
This is one of those “never-planned-for-this” exploration. Sometimes these unplanned explorations turns out to be the best ones. Kanva Reservoir is located approx. 60…Read More
The famous temple of Somnath is situated in western India located on the Arabian Sea coast of Gujarat. It is believed that between Antarctica…Read More
i made a friend there who is from denmark he is very much interested wild life ,trekking .we stayed in chunmun cottage it is…Read More
Somnathpur is smack in the middle of rural Karnataka. There are a handful of buildings and the only attraction is the temple. It’s all fields and orchards around Somnathpur. It’s a great place to get away for a day and easily accessible from Bangalore by car.Read More
25 Jan 2009 When I arrived at Mandya after a rather comfortable and short journey, I hardly knew what to see. The guidebooks I…Read More
I was bored of regular day life and thought of drive out on weekend which will not be very far as my kid is…Read More
It was 2007 February when hot news in favor of travel was snow fall in Shimla. Long awaited were we to have a good…Read More
The best season is March – May, but early June’s also perfect, as we discovered. However apart from rain one can visit there any time to enjoy nice hospitality in resort and to relax and enjoy nature with family and friends.Read More
Ramanagaram is a sizeable village about 50 km south-west of Bangalore on the way to Mysore. It could have been like any of the…Read More
Mumbai is a place many of us have visited. I personally have been there dozens of times, but the city never fails to excite…Read More
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.
We woke up early next morning as per our itinerary with excitement to experience some of the grandest waterfalls of the region. We started by witnessing the famous Elephant Falls in Shillong, The falls which is locally called “Kshaid Lai Pateng Khohsiew” or three step falls, was coined “Elephant falls” by the British due to the rock on the left side that resembled an elephant.