Author Archives: Jitaditya Narzary


Jitaditya Narzary

Is a traveller disillusioned by the familiar and fascinated with the unknown... and of course the founder of this blog.

Charaideo Maidams: Hobbiton on the Hilltop

Charaideu maidams are a series of hemispherical mounds that are graves of Ahom Kingsm at a dstance of 30 KMs from SIvasagar town. [...]

Vibha Krishnamurthy: A Crusader of Hope

Dr. Vibha Krishnamurthy is a highly decorated paediatrician who has devoted her life to work for children with developmental disabilities. [...]

Osaka through 5 Cultural Delights

While it is hard to cover all the attractions in Osaka in one go, here are its five cultural delights that everyone should savour in this ci [...]

Traveling to India from Abroad? 3 Smart Ways to Conquer Demonetization Aftershocks

The real long-term effects of demonetization will be known only in the future. Nevertheless, it is possible to manage the situation and emer [...]

Jhalrapatan: Of Temple Bells and Swaying Idols

The present Jhalrapatan town is no more than 200 years old but there used to be an older city here. The oldest relics here date back to 6th [...]

Kangra beyond Dharamshala and McLeodganj: A DIY Travel Guide

Kangra District in Himachal Pradesh has a lot to see beyond McLeodganj and Dharamshala. From Bir-Billing to Indrahara and from Masroor to Ba [...]

6 Must Haves When Traveling Internationally

When you're traveling internationally, packing can become an exercise in anxiety. What do you take? What should you leave behind? As long as [...]

Asola Bhatti Lakes: Nameless Delights of the Lawless Backyard

Asola Bhatti Sanctuary in the Delhi-Faridabad Border hides several pristine nameless lakes that can be reached after an easy hike. [...]

Chattanooga: A Guide for Outdoorsy Backpackers

Chattanooga is a city that is blessed with mountains, ridges, and rivers. From rowing in the Tennessee River to hiking in the Appalachians, [...]

New York City Travel Guide

The thought of getting around the city can be intimidating for first-time visitors, but traveling throughout the city and its five boroughs [...]

Gagron: Fortress on the Black Indus

Gagron Fort is listed as one of the “Hill Forts of Rajasthan”, a cluster of heritage sites by UNESCO but unlike the rest in the list, it [...]
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