Rediscovering Delhi – The City of Djinns: Feroz Shah Kotla Fort

If you’ve been following me along on my journey, you know I’ve been trying to rediscover my city and romanticize my life. I am lucky to live in a culturally rich city with so many opportunities to explore and revel in the city’s deep history. While researching about my city, Delhi, I realized that I…

Banaras – The City of Light & Liberation:  Moksha-Prakāshikā Kāshī (Travel Guide)

I have been obsessed with the idea of Banaras for years now. I don’t remember how the obsession started (probably thanks to Instagram) but for the last 5-6 years I have longed to go to Banaras to just sit on the ghats and soak in the spirituality. I am not a religious person but I am a spiritual person and I really enjoy the spirituality that engulfs popular holy places.

Visit India: Kashmir Diaries – Srinagar Itinerary

Mughal Emperor Jehangir had famously said – if there is heaven on Earth, it is in Kashmir. Follow me as I take you through my Kashmir diaries, starting off with my itinerary recommendations for Srinagar.

Rann Utsav – Checking Off the White Desert from my Bucket List

*Re-posting this travel blog from February with updates.* Kutch has been on my bucket list for a long time! Imagine an expanse of land covered in a thick layer of icy looking salt and you have the Rann of Kutch. After many failed plans we finally made it here in February 2020 for the full…

4 | Travel | Pondicherry Photo Diary

Pondicherry is a small beach town located in Tamil Nadu, India. It’s a 4 hours journey from Chennai by road and an overnight train journey from Bangalore. Pondicherry was under the French rule till 1954. This tiny hamlet is famous for the culture and architecture the French left behind as well as beautiful, untouched beaches….

Explore Mumbai: Ancient Buddhist Caves – Kanheri Caves

I’ve been in Mumbai for a little less than two years. Having explored most of the popular tourist spots, I really wanted to visit the Kanheri Caves located in Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivali. We didn’t take a guide and there wasn’t much information available at the caves but here is some information I found…