Often when you are planning your holiday in India, the first thing that you want to check off your travel bucket list is visiting one of the Seven Wonders of the World: Taj Mahal. But what next? Everybody wants to make the most out of their trips and would like to experience a place from a local’s point of view.more “Quirky Indian Travel Experiences for the Next Gen Travelers #Bucketlist”
On this day when the entire city is rejoicing Eid-ul-Fitar with friends and family, I am sharing a few photos from my recent food walk on the fuming streets of Fraser Town in the form of a photo blog.
Fraser Town, for those who are not familiar with, is one of the hot spots in Bangalore, famous for its huge spread of Iftari food during the holy month of Ramzan. People from all around the city irrespective of their caste, will come here for some delicious food, great Suleimani chai and some good old adda. (Bengali’s version of a gathering to usually chit chat).more “Exploring the Food Streets of Fraser Town in Bangalore: Iftar Special”
Recently I shared my experience of an amazing road trip to Masinagudi, through the scenic forest areas of Bandipur and Mudumalai, during which we spent a night at the Forest Hills Farm and Guest House before coming back to Bangalore. This is one such place where you would be happy to disconnect from outside world and reconnect with nature.more “A Review of Forest Hills Farm & Guest House – An Ideal Place to Reconnect with Nature”
I have been craving a weekend getaway for a while now and when talks of a trip to Masinagudi was brewing, I knew that I had to go.
Deriving its name from the famous Masani Ammam temple located in the hilly terrains of the city, Masinagudi is a small hill station in the Nilgiri district of Tamil Nadu and one of the five regions in Mudumalai National Park. Due to its proximity to Ooty (roughly 30 km), Masinagudi is widely visited by tourists of all kinds.more “A Road Trip to Masinagudi – A Much Needed Respite From City Life”
The Bengali New Year or Poila Baisakh is the first day of the Bengali Calendar, celebrated with processions, fairs, family time, and lots of sweet. It’s celebrated on 14th April in West Bengal, India and as a National holiday in Bangladesh.
Traditional Bengali New Year celebrations include wearing new clothes, sharing sweets and pleasantries with friends and family, touching feet of elders to seek blessings for the upcoming year and go with parents to do “haal khata”.more “Celebrate this Bengali New Year’s day differently”
If you are looking for a chic or casual fun-day out theme for your pre-wedding photoshoot, then I think I have found out a perfect place to shoot at. With a little imagination and effort, you can turn your dream photoshoot amazing.
On my recent trip to Wonderla Amusement park in Bangalore, I realized that there are many spots within the park, which can be ideal for a casual pre-wedding photoshoot.more “Wonderla has the potential to be a casual pre-wedding photoshoot spot in Bangalore”
If you have only a weekend to make your dream Goa trip come true then you are at the right place. I agree, that 2 days is too less to explore a place but spending 2 days in any of your dream locations will go a long way in making your boring daily life seem not so boring after all. What I am trying to say is instead of waiting for our annual vacation, we can go on small-small breaks in the long weekends to enjoy (or appreciate) our life a little more.more “How to cover most places of Goa in 2 days?”
Hi Friends, I am writing this after an exciting day at the 12th edition of the biennial Aero India 2019 show held at Yelahanka Air force station in Bangalore, India. The Indian Air Force, Defence Ministry of India, Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), the Union Civil Aviation Ministry and other such organisations join hands to organize the Aero India show, making it Asia’s largest air show. This five day event starting from February 20 came to an end yesterday (February 24) on a high note.more “Last day of Aero India 2019 show ended on a high note!”
As I was tuning the radio to listen to my favorite radio channel while carpooling to my office, I heard about the Lalbagh flower show and immediately made a plan to visit it after my work that day. Every year on Republic Day and Independence Day, remarkable flower shows are organized at the Lalbagh Botanical Garden in Bangalore. The bi-annual event is jointly organized by the Department of Horticulture and Mysore Horticulture Society, becoming one of the most awaited events in the city of Gardens. This year’s theme is a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi to commemorate his 150th Birth Anniversary. The show was inaugurated on 18th Jan and ended on 26th Jan with a footfall of 7 lakh visitors.more “Celebrating 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi at Lalbagh Flower Show 2019”
Recently, I was planning a staycation for my first wedding anniversary in Bangalore and looking through a couple of sites, I realized, I need to think a little different when booking a stay in the same city where I live to bring a change without spending hefty amounts.more “How to plan a unique staycation in Bangalore?”