April 5, 2020
  • April 5, 2020

Budapest was Calling!

by on December 12, 2019 0

Budapest, Five friends, fourteen years and the city that made it all worth it! Every journey is a quest, whether you know it or not. Milestone birthdays are always special and when I turned 40, my quest was to do things I had never done before. So I got myself a tennis coach, exhibited...

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Writing Away in GOD’s own Country

by on December 12, 2019 0

For most people, flying 2600 miles just to sit comfortably and “write” for five days may not seem like a great idea for a holiday. But my recent stay at the Indian Summer House Writers’ Retreat in Kerala was one of my most gratifying and restorative trips. As with most of the flights to...

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Travel Diaries – Myanmar

by on November 1, 2019 0

Myanmar (formally Burma) is a gorgeous country glazed with heritage and history. It is a popular tourist destination offering a unique cultural experience. The golden hues of the sun that shine down on the rustic temples and mountains only enhance the beauty of this southeast Asian country that borders India, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand,...

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ROME THE LIVING HISTORY

by on June 6, 2018 0

An excursion to Rome was a dream wish fulfillment, a walk through resurrected history! – By Varis Kumar K One of the most influential civilizations ever, home to the mighty Caesar, once the capital of Europe, a city at the epicentre of fall of Paganism and rise of Christianity, and now one of the...

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Child of the Desert

by on February 12, 2018 0

Not only does it attract Indian pilgrims and merchants drawn by a devotion to religion or business, whats fascinating is the gypsy tribe of Rajasthan – The Kalbelias flock this festival since only such fairs and festivals they make most money either entertaining the tourists with their talented dances and snake charming skills or...

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