Category Archives: Travelogues
At 14500 feets, the Saach Pass is higher than the more famous and tourist savvy cousin Rohtang Pass in Himachal Pradesh. The pass leads to the Pangi Valley.
In order to overcome the socialist guilt of excessive consumption at McLeod Ganj, I decided to undertake the Triund Trek the next day.
Jodhpur was the first major stop of my Late Autumn Sonata. When you are short in time, the must watch item here is undoubtedly the Mehrangarh Fort.
Last year, I made a brief visit to the Goalpara, a district in Assam on the southern bank of the Brahmaputra river.
Birds, backwaters, houseboats... everything that one would expect from a trip of Alleppey and Kumarakom.
Hampi (Vijaynagara Empire): The last non-islamic superpower of the Deccan that the Bahmanis had to literally collude to dismantle and an architectural marvel that left Portuguese wanderers agape, Vijayanagara has always been