Durga Puja: Maa’s Homecoming


Himer paras lage prane, sharodiyar agomone agamonir khobor peye boner pakhi uthlo geye, ma ashche amader ghore, pujo katuk shobar mon bhore.  As the Kolkata gears for Durga Puja, the biggest festival of the year, one of the most eminent bonedi bari of the city- the Mallick bari is not far from all the celebration…

Gothic Bell Tower Dinning Experience In Prague


How about dining is one of the mysterious, Gothic looking towers in Prague? That’s exactly what “Zvonice” Restaurant, in Prague is all about. Located at the 7th ant 8th floor of Jindrisska tower is this restaurant which has been beautifully renovated. It happens to be the most favourite amongst many adventure tour lovers who wanna…

An Evening In Paris


Most of us remember this line from Casablanca “We’ll always have Paris”. As a child I used to wonder what’s so special about this city – Paris, till the time I was there standing at Champs-Élysées feeling the city’s pulse I could feel that Paris is more beautiful than ever. An excitement of sort was awaiting…

Flight Of Happiness


Having three tattoos – all symbolising FREEDOM, flying high was something that has always been close to me. Being an adventure freak what better place than Billing to have my own flight of fantasy – a Paragliding experience. Located almost around 30 minutes from Bir – home to a Tibetan refugee settlement with several Buddhist…

Mario Miranda’s Quirky Gallery


Mario de Miranda, is no new name either in Goa or Mumbai. His murals depicts various buildings in Goa and other parts of India. The humour attached to them is beyond comparison. The Mario Miranda gallery in Candolim is a storehouse of some of his best work, which one can see on display. The gallery…

Master the Art Of Bag-Packing Right


Every time my travelling schedule comes closer, the eternal question of how and what do I pack keeps haunting me. Like everything else I have started believing that “packing it right” too is an art. We all secretly aspire to pack light. The vagabond souls like us would always be happy to see a bag packed…

Get Booked at Café Illiterati


As the tagline of the place says “There Is No Good Explanation For What Is Going On Here”, once you step in, you would clearly get the idea why so. Books, books and more books is what will catch your attention – and that is the USP of Cafe Illiterati. Quite opposite to its name…

Bucket List: Monsoon Trek In Goa


Think Goa, think about those shacks, guzzles of beer flowing and ending pristine beaches. But wait think again, Is Goa just about them ? This fenny land has much more to offer than one can imagine specially during monsoon with its unending stretches of greenery as you romance the rains to glory. And yes standing…

Nabakalebara 2015


Puri, the south-east seashore town in Odisha is the spiritual capital and one of the four dhams has always been known the Rath Yatra or the Chariot festival. This year happens to be Nabakalebara (Naba-New and Kalebara- Body) that comes once in 15- 19 years (the last Nabakalebara happened in 1996. This year sees Joda…

Hilarious Himank


The saying “Most of my best memories come from some old and dirty roads.” The roads have never failed to amuse me. Every journey that I have taken, I came back with bag full of memories and moments to cherish and smile when I shared them later.  And yes documenting them from time to time…

Churu: Gateway To Thar


This unexplored barren land of Rajasthan, also gateway to the Thar Desert, Churu is nestled in the most rugged terrains of Rajasthan, Churu is the most unexplored terrain of the state unlike Jaipur, Jodhpur and more who boasts of big and famous Garh’s (forts). As a part of the fresco land of Shekhawati, this small…

Saur Serenity


“Without a wish, without a will, I stood upon that silent hill,  And stared into the sky until, My eyes were blind with stars and still, I stared into the sky” by English poet Ralph Hodgson stands true as you face the hills on sunny afternoon in Saur Village. Saur village, in Tehri district of…