Author: quirkywanderer

Doors Of Southern India: A journey with Tata Pravesh

We travel to learn and sometimes, unlearn. We travel to open the doors to the unknown and cherish the known. There are explorations that we undertake to know a region…
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Bharatpur Rajaon ki Chhatri: Royal Cenotaphs of Bharatpur Kings

The rickshaw waala peddles through the old lanes of Radha Kund as I click pictures of the old, dilapidated yet fascinating doors and shutters of closed shops. He doesn't seem…
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Majestic temple ceilings from India

Whoever said temples were only for worship was absolutely wrong. Indian temples have breathtaking architecture, most of them built years ago. Most kings built temples in their kingdom with utmost…
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San Gimignano : where fairy tales come alive

As the bus whizzes past lush green vineyards across the Tuscan countryside, I cannot help but marvel. Low hanging clouds as if kissing the lopsided hills and vineyards scattered as…
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Bhutan diaries: happiness in smiles, sports and songs.

In my quest for happiness in Bhutan, I encountered innocence. I didn't quite go looking for it, I happened to bump into it. Where? Amidst a playful pandemonium, it blossomed…
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Bhutan Diaries : of Happiness and Dzongs

The train screeches to a halt as sounds of "Jhaaal muri" reach my ears. I struggle to get down from my side upper as the train stops at Siliguri. After…
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How to plan a perfect Rajasthan trip?

Rajasthan has been one of my favourite travel destinations. Culinary, shopping, architecture, nature, or a variety of other reasons, this colourful state has so much to offer.   After making…
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A meditative trek to Tiger’s Nest Monastery, Bhutan

My mind knows I can't do it. It's an arduous trek. With poor stamina levels and a sorrowful state of health, I try to convince myself that it is perfectly…
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