I reached Delhi airport at night, and we were off towards Corbett right away. Corbett National Park – famous for the tiger, the most…Read More
We have just bought our Mahindra Scorpio and that was more than enough reason to venture out. So we called up all the active…Read More
When my pal told me about these series of wildlife sanctuaries in Karnataka, I was slightly sceptical of the feasibility of going to them…Read More
…Travellers love rains and we weren’t very happy that we missed the rains. But a cloud burst is a different thing, and the kind of tent Nandan sends us with wouldn’t survive such winds…Drive after Chamoli is beautiful, the river flows right next to the road, and the expanse gave me an eerie deja-vu, Alaknanda felt like Tons around Tiuni-. It rained a little here…Read More
Chatham Saw Mill was set up in 1883 with the primary objective to meet the local requirements of saw and timber for the constructional works. Being one of the biggest and oldest in Asia, this structure has witnessed a lot of history.Read More
सड़को पर,पेड़ पौधे,घास फूस सब लुप्त….सिर्फ सफेदी…चहु ओर… आँखे और मन तो क्या ऐसा लगा आत्मा तक तृप्त हो गयी थी। सनासर का मलाल ख़त्म हो चूका था। सब तरह की(रोड ब्लाक आदि) समस्या मंजूर थी क्योकि स्नो फॉल देखने का स्वप्न अब वास्तविकता में बदल चूका था।Read More
After the sombre evening at the cellular jail it was time for fun on the beaches of these magnificent islands. We had already booked our…Read More
It is maintained as one of the safest and tidiest Hindu temples in the world. Tirumala is under control of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam i.e. TTD trust formed by AP government.
Many devotees go to Tirumala from Tirupati by Footpath way through steps.
We reached Tirumala and as we were feeling hungry we spotted the counter where free Upma prasad was given to devotees. We relished the hot Upma and felt satiated.
Coonoor with its world famous tea has endless charm. Our driver was waiting for us at Coonoor railway station. We took our breakfast from a roadside eatery and headed towards Sim’s park. It is a botanical garden with over 85 varieties of roses and fragrant flowers.Read More
After pausing for a night in Mysore, we headed towards Nagarhole; one of the biggest national parks in South India. The drive was scenic with the roads covered with abundance of verdure.Read More
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.Read More
From far, we might resemble a black sinuous snake creeping on the white snows of Mt. Kedarkantha. A few meters from the peak, the sun breaks out of the Gangothri ranges painting the climbers face with morning light. Exhaustion and fear gives way to relief and when you sit down on the slabs of rocks that form the summit there’s even elation. We have done it! We have scaled a peak!Read More