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Tawang- The Road to Paradise

We had been on the road long enough to realize that schedules meant nothing; that they were made to be broken. The landscape on the road to Tawang, in the far reaches Arunachal Pradesh in North-East India, was so arrestingly beautiful that we were compelled to stop frequently, to gape, muse and pay homage to […]

The Scenic Road to Pangong Tso

In a region bounded by the Karakoram range and the Greater Himalayas, mountains are a constant presence, hovering at the edge of your consciousness, imprinted in your mind’s eye, challenging yet comforting, pointing you in the right direction… Parched, barren, serrated and raked by frozen rivers, resembling the brown knuckles of an old ogre, the […]

Vythiri: At Home in the Treetops

The road to Wayanad in north Kerala coils serpent-like up forested mountains streaked with tumbling waterfalls. In the distance, jagged peaks reach out for the soft caress of nomadic clouds. Secreted away in the fertile folds of the hilly district is the back-to-nature Vythiri Resorts, where guests get to stay in tea planters’ cottages… and […]

River Rafting with Kali at Dandeli

  ‘Forward!’ And our white water rafting adventure on Kali River in Dandeli, north Karnataka started in earnest. Like people possessed, we paddled furiously towards a narrow rocky outcrop through which the river tumbled downstream. The next moment the frothing rapid hurled our inflated raft around like a rag doll and for one brief moment, […]

Wet and Wild in Cherrapunjee

We had been on the trail for close to an hour, our progress hampered by the rumpled terrain. We trudged gamely on through the thick forest around Cherrapunjee in the North Eastern state of Meghalaya, arguably the wettest place on earth. Sweat streamed down our brows and our eyes smarted from its salty bite. Finally, […]

Mountains are calling

In India, cine lovers have their fair share of film festivals taking place round the year. Celebrating its fifth edition this year is the Dharamshala International Film Festival (DIFF). Over the last five years DIFF has been bringing the world to Dharamshala. This year the festival will be held between 3rd and 6th November. Long […]

Idyllic Iceland beckons the intrepid traveller

Iceland, though a modern country, has evidence of its past times with their rich cultural heritage lurking around and these are much visible everywhere you look. As far as geographical statistics are considered, Iceland happens to be the youngest country in the world, formed about 25 million years ago and is the second largest island […]

Bodalkasa, Kunkeshwar – two new places to explore in Maharashtra

The Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) lists 122 destinations you can explore, visit, holiday in and enjoy. Now get ready to add two more locations to your bucket list. Bodalkasa Little known Bodalksasa, in the Tirora tehsil of Gondia district of the state, will soon open its doors to a new MTDC resort. MTDC has […]

Feast on music, culture, food at Hornbill Festival 2016

There’s precious little we know about that enigmatic part of India’s geography we collectively club under the term ‘north east’. There is a wealth of culture, music, food and nature waiting to be explored in the land of the Seven Sisters, the seven states that make up the region. And what better way to immerse […]

Ashtavinayaka- Follow the deity’s footprints in Maharashtra

As celebrations galore go on for Lord Ganesha, we help you to take a little detour from the festivities in the cities and visit the Ashtavinayaka – the eight Ganeshas located in Maharashtra. The Ashtavinayaka yatra or pilgrimage covers the eight holy temples of Ganesha. These places of piety are at Pune, Ahamadnagar and Raigad […]

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