Thinking of Mumbai, what comes first to mind is Bollywood, second, the sea and third may be the sky scrappers. This city of dreams has a speed faster than light and Mumbai looks a bit different from Bombay. Continue reading “Khotachiwadi, Mumbai – 400004”
History and architecture always amazes us. Not only because of the various types, styles, materials, intricacies, labor and intelligence put into making them but also the stories, myths and realities associated with them.
“Kolkata is not just a city, it is an emotion.” – said someone.
Kolkata welcomes you, hugs you and makes you fall in love with itself. Kolkatans can brag about its rich heritage and food non-stop, and we are one of them too. With pride. And why not, this city won the title of India’s best street food hub.
Two months of the new year gone already. Time just flies. Phew!
Looking back, 2018 has been a complete roller coaster ride for us as we shifted our home 1275 miles west from home. Kolkata to Mumbai. Settling in the new city kept us on our toes and travel took a back seat for some time. So while we were in Ahmedabad in December for a family wedding, we took a small road trip to Devsthan Dwarka, Somnath and nearby places.
We did not go to Bankura or Bishnupur, we went in the search of Mallabhum, to live the history of the Malla Kings and to learn the stories of their flourish and ruins. How Lord Madan Mohan still resides in wrecked temples, how Radha and Krishna still play Rasleela in the dark maze of Rasmanch and how one could still hear the cries of Lalbai at the Lalbandh. Bishnupur now might be living in the ruins but the stories behind are spellbinding.
Continue reading “Mallabhum Katha – 10 reasons to explore Bishnupur”
Hello Guys 🙂
Hope the New Year is treating you well and a lot of travel and good food is on the cards. It was a great start for us as we were traveling on the New Year’s Eve and the first day of the year too. And if that means that we get to travel the entire year that would be blissful!
Continue reading “Panchmura – Kingdom of Terracotta”
Paris could easily be entitled as one of the most famous cities of the world. And it is not in the list of ‘The World’s Top 10 Most Visited Cities’ for no reason. The ones who have visited are still in awe and it tops the bucket list of those who haven’t.
Continue reading “An Evening at Eiffel!”
‘Puri’ is considered to be the ultimate holiday destination in our part of the world (read West Bengal) and almost everybody we know has been there more than twice at least. Easy accessibility, inexpensiveness, religious values and everlasting beaches have made this place a comfort getaway for all age groups. And we, the self-proclaimed travelers had not been there even once and we have been mocked at and looked down upon for that. Yes, really! So, we vowed to visit Puri and eradicate this embarrassment forever.
Continue reading “10 things to do in the Land of Jagannath – Puri”
‘The greatest part of a road trip isn’t arriving at your destination. It’s all the wild stuff that happens along the way.’
We had been on a lot of single day road trips but did not ever experience the wilderness of being on the roads for a few days at a stretch. August 2016, it was, and we planned a 12-day long road trip through none other than the royal state of Rajasthan. Why Rajasthan? Because no one is unaware of the rich heritage this state boasts of. It is one state that offers you numerous places to see, varied experiences and adventures and is probably the most vibrant region of India.