The Cold Desert of India, Nubra Valley

The weather gods gave us a hint that they were not favoring us by sending wild winds in Turtuk. Driver bhaiya said Hurry up as we bid goodbye to Turtuk at 1:45 PM with an aim to reach Hunder before sunset( because that’s the right time to see camels).

Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration In The Mountains

I had taken an early shower and cleaned the kitchen to prepare prasad. Ranjan had no idea what I was doing, he tasted prasad and my efforts went in vain. He felt so bad upon realizing it. Without wasting any time, we prepared another round of prasad with the same dedication and purity

A few hours in and around Kota during Monsoon

We parked the car 200 meters away from the bridge and rain showers added a thrill to the experience. Walking to the bridge in a shared umbrella, I ran out of words on getting the first glimpse of the Kota barrage. The waves in the water were monstrous and gigantic.

24 hours in Pink City of India – Jaipur

An ancient Hindu temple located at a distance of 10 Km from Jaipur city with a few natural pools amidst the Aravalli mountains.

Flowers As It Is

The clouds are back in the Kullu valley of Himachal, the trails are filled with vibrant flowers and I couldn’t resist seizing them in photos. Here are some of my favorites.

Picnic day at Sajla Waterfall | Offbeat Destination Near Manali

In the past 2 years, it was one of the rare times when we slept at 1:15 AM IST on Saturday. However, the body clock was set to wake up at 6:30 AM, and there was a slight discomfort in our body due to insufficient sleep. Both of us had completed the routine morning tasks. I have prepared vegetable pulao and my partner packed it in a steel box.

Land of Baltic People, Shyok Valley, and Khardungla | Guide to explore Turtuk

Living indoors in extreme weather of the valley was a thought miles away, I could hardly process the idea of going out in glaciers and fighting for the country. The warriors of our country are born with tremendous courage.

Pile of Corpses – Rohtang Pass

Rohtang Pass is one of the highest passes in Himachal Pradesh situated at a distance of 51 km from Manali(3,980 m/13,058 ft from sea level). The word Rohtang means a pile of corpses (pile of dead bodies) because a number of people have lost their lives while crossing the pass. It is also a tourist attraction inContinue reading “Pile of Corpses – Rohtang Pass”

Exploring Leh, The Touristy Way | Guide to travel Leh

Last night, we fell into deep slumber soon after we laid down in not so comfortable guest house. We woke up at 7:30 AM, took a bath, and started looking for better hotels to stay in on google. Fortunately, we were able to find one deluxe room at Zostel. We checked in to our hotel and rented a scooty to explore Leh, and nearby places.