Barot: Simple Joys

Barot is that sort of a place that takes one back to a more innocent era. I also soaked in the laidback air and experienced simple joys of [...]

Bir-Billing: Golden Harvest

The #60DaysOfSummer started with Bir-Billing. Here are a few scattered postcards from the backyards of those Kangra villages. [...]

Hayagriva Madhab Temple, Hajo

Hayagriva Madhab Temple in Hajo is named after Hayagriva, the horse headed avatar of Lord Vishnu. As is the case with most Archaeological si [...]

60 Days of Summer

The long Himalayan summer begins. [...]

What Offers Armenia in Summer

Due to the geographical peculiarities, Armenia is considered one of the most suitable countries for hiking and trekking. Recently National G [...]

Shergarh Fort: Roaming Around the Ravines

The ravines (or the beehads) of Chambal, once home to the most dreaded bandits, are hard to describe in words. The entire valley seems to be [...]

Bhainsrorgarh: Reflections on Chambal

One day I came across a photograph of Bhainsrorgar Fort atop a little hillock on the banks of Chambal. There was the reflection of the same [...]

Machkund Temples Dholpur: Pushkar in the Ravines

Machkund Temples complex near Dholpur has mythological stories related to it. [...]

Mechuka: Instagram Teaser

Teaser images from the Mechuka trip. Check the next post for more details. [...]

Jamali Kamali: TCBG_Trips With Rana Safvi

Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb at Mehrauli Archaelogical Park has some of the best craftsmanship you will see in Delhi. [...]

Humayun’s Tomb: 360 Degrees

A 360 degree view of the Humayun's Tomb in Delhi which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with many other monuments in and around the co [...]

Tughlaqabad: A Walk Around the Necropolis

A Walk around the Tughlaqabad area covering the Fort along with Adilabad Fort and Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq's Tomb. [...]
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