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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 well, to get acquainted with a different culture, to meet people, to gorge on delectable food. Then there are explorations…

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Reasons to love Myanmar

The clouds cleared as I peered outside the plane window, revealing patches of green. Golden stupas stand tall, scattered intermittently in the green mesh. I have travelled to Myanmar in a lush green morning of the year 1104. Aerial view of Mandalay “Welcome to the land of Golden pagoda”,  the foreigner…

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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 okay if I don’t attempt the six hour treacherous journey. Tiger’s Nest Trek Base But of course there is a…

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The Women Of India Series #10

There was a commotion on the street. Every kid wanted their "fotu" to be taken. Their excitement and smiles were a delight to watch and capture. I noticed a lady…
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Choco Berry Muffins

I am a certified lazy baker. I am the ever enthusiastic cook, who seldom bakes. This weekend I decided to put on my baking gloves and bake some Berry Choco…
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Weekly Photo Challenge : Serenity

It was nearing dusk in the Lost city (Fatehpur Sikri) and as the evening prayers started in the nearby mosque , this flock of birds took flight over the minarets.…
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Walking through Old Manali

Its not just another day. The monastery at Manali is abuzz with activity. Huge crowds have gathered to listen to the sermon of the head monk. I try and sneak…
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Young singing stars: Big Talent

So what happens when 10 young kids sing their hearts out , with full confidence and there isn't an iota of nervousness in their performance? You sit in awe, watching…
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The Women Of India Series #9

I walked through the tiny village Anyor.The clothes hanging on colored walls was a sight to behold. The villagers sure thought I had lost it, clicking Sarees hanging out to…
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The no- stress Open face Paneer- Pepper Sub

So ladies and gentlemen, on days when you crave for a Subway sandwich, this recipe is just for those kind of days. No it isn't elaborate. 10 minutes and you…
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Graffiti and Street Art in Bandra, Mumbai

Who doesn't like street art and painted walls with murals? Thanks to Asian Paints and Start India  and of course Mumbai Instagrammers,  I witnessed some of the finest graffiti artist's works…
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