What is seeing is what we believe! What we leave unseen often comes as an ‘unbelievable’ surprise. Not very far from the Orange City, amid the thick teak forested jungles of Parseoni village is the Khekranala Reservoir, serendipity that remains secluded from the rest of the world. For the nature enthusiasts, bird-lovers and photographers, Khekranala Reservoir could be a blessing in disguise.
When I received a call from an unknown number on the first weekend of February, I was about to deny it at first, but then I took the call. A cheerful voice spoke from the other side – Sir, we would like to invite you to speak on our event – ‘Human Library’ at our two day ‘Lit-Up Festival’ organized by ‘The Climber’. It was an invitation to speak as a ‘Human Book’.Continue Reading "Human Library – Meeting Readers As A ‘Human Travel Book’"
I would not have walked into the Chettinad Restaurant if I would not have been venturing along the T. Nagar Street that sultry afternoon. I was somewhat preoccupied with the documentary on Japan, where they make your Sushi in front of your table, in all acrobatic ways of cooking as possible. I had little clue they did in India too, less the acrobats included. So, I walked in to try Chettinad Food at the Virudhunagar Chettinad Restaurant.
Read the post in Hindi: चेट्टिनाड का चस्काContinue Reading "The ‘Chaska’ of Chettinad Food"
Continue Reading "Unlocking the Insider Secrets of Nagpur City"
The Nagpur City might not have been on the limelight for many reasons, but it is sure not to remain so for long. Not because I hail from this city, but because it is actually undergoing an expansion of its lifetime, in all spheres, including tourism. In the midst of all this, Nagpur City also has its own list of hidden treasures awaiting for the rest of the world to know. This weekend, I moved out to find out some of the unspoken ones for the rest of the country to explore, when they happen to walk into the city.
“He who would travel happily must travel light.” – Antoine de St. Exupery
And for some reason, if he can’t, he must find ways to get lighter to travel happy!
One of the most annoying things about traveling to any place is the one day or half day layovers, which are not as long enough for you to step into a hotel nor short enough for you to drag on with your baggage.
In Delhi, however, the airport line metro comes up with the solution to this challenge. I have happened to mention a few times how you can use the services of the Delhi Airport Line Metro to get your luggage on the flight beforehand, so that you are ‘hands free’ to explore the city.
In this post, let’s find out some of the ways you can do a ‘no baggage’ tour to New Delhi.Continue Reading "How to take a ‘No Baggage’ tour to New Delhi"