• Travel

    Kerala Series: From Forts to Mountains

    One fine morning, scrolling down my Instagram feed, I came across some really enthralling pictures of Alappuzha and that made me crave like a baby to go & visit the “God’s own country”. And it was exactly after 4 months I woke up in one of the largest ports of India, Kochi. Kerala’s every nook and corner is ethereal. In my unforgettable 12 days trip, I surrounded myself with exotic beaches, absolutely enticing backwaters, dramatic curves of the western ghats and then diving right into the womb of mother nature in Periyar National Park. Here, I’m gonna take you through all these fascinating places where my heart and soul still…

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    Varanasi: The spiritual capital

    Whilst exploring the labyrinth of alleys, delve into your spirituality, encounter the sadhus (holy men) and bump into cows. Sit beside the Ganges and experience the rich Indian culture altogether. The city makes you get involved deeply with its origin and instant. Hence you just not visit Varanasi – you summon it – this is an account on how to best experience a few days in the womb of India’s spiritual capital (though it’s quite impossible to feel the warmth that city possess in few days). A little history Varanasi was also known as Kashi or Benaras, situated in Uttar Pradesh of north India, is the oldest inhabited city in…

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    Exploring the architectural wonders of Delhi

    Delhi is old, Delhi is haste, Delhi is serene, Delhi is bustling, and I would fall short of adjectives if I intend to parallelize the vastness of what this city is comprised of. The city is not just the capital of India but also for the sky-soaring industries, dime a dozen shopping malls, mainstream media channels, top universities and off-course luscious food. Apart from its twinkling charm, the city also offers some great touristy places which no doubt attract people from all over the world. So, without stretching the intro further let’s just get into the real post. India Gate All India War Memorial popularly know as India Gate is…

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    Lifestyle,  Thoughts

    Christmas movies to boost up the holiday spirit

    Well, December is all about Christmas and New year celebrations and every other person choose to celebrate in their own way. I personally don’t like to party on these special occasions because it’s too crowded far and wide. So, instead of partying outside I choose to stay back, grab my favourite blanket with a mug full of hot chocolate (or coffee) and watch Christmas movies. These are a few of my favourite form this year. Click on the images to watch the trailer.  The Christmas Chronicles The adventure of brother and sister along with Santa Claus in saving the Christmas spirit is just what you need to watch. I personally…

  • Travel

    Kingdom Of Dreams: Explore The Unexpected

    Our capital city already had lots of places to visit however, there are few places which are lesser known to us and one amongst them is Kingdom Of Dreams in sector 29, Gurugram, Haryana. Presenting you the best entertainment place in India which brings live entertainment shows with Bollywood style musical, the Kingdom Of Dreams is the perfect place for a leisure weekend basically for every age group. My reaction when I first entered the place was that everything seems so magical and larger than life which literally made me think am I really present here or it’s all my imaginations? Well, fortunately, this was for real.   Right at…

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    Netflix story – From DVD rentals to household name

    Netflix has had quite a journey since it’s inception in 1997 and now ‘netflix and chill’ has become quite renowned globally. Starting out as DVD rental service by Mark Randolph and Reed Hastings back in 1997, offering a hassle-free rental service without due dates, late fees and shipping fees and due to this Netflix had become a known name in the home video sales and rental industry in the 2000s. In 2002, they initiated IPO selling and by 2005, it already has a whopping 35k movie titles and shipped out a million DVDs every day. Isn’t interesting? The Netflix Internet Splash   In 2005, another video streaming platform youtube started…

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    KOLKATA PRIOR TO DURGA PUJA

    It’s that time of the year when the heart of the bong gear up for their biggest festival of the year – that is Durga Puja. Well, in Kolkata, pretty much every person is exuberant about it and just can’t keep calm for the homecoming of goddesses Durga. Every nook and corner is beautified with lights and colours with great passion and love. The city of joy becomes the city of aesthetics. It is definitely more than just a festival, it’s the celebration of life, good spirit and togetherness. So, let’s talk a bit more about how Kolkata prior to Durga Puja is like. It won’t be entirely an exaggeration…

  • Food & Drink

    My favourite top 5 cafes in Kolkata

    Hey there everybody, today I’ll share about my favourite top 5 cafes in Kolkata. Being a foodie hedonist, cafe hopping is my favourite thing to do. From Indian traditional restaurants to french cosy cafes are the perfect place for work, official meetings, brunching, or spending some wonderful time with bae; apart from all these, cafes are the perfect place to spend some quality time with yourself and depart in reverie. Sienna cafe & store   This hidden gem has made quite a popularity among the Kolkatans lately but for those how are new to this place let me tell you the aesthetics about this cafe. Consider it as Kolkata’s prettiest…

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    Underappreciated gems: The Ajanta & Ellora Caves

    Our Indian heritage & culture has a lot to offer to every person, and today, you and I will rendezvous the Underappreciated gems: The Ajanta & Ellora Caves. It was included in UNESCO world heritage site in 1983, situated in the state of Maharashtra. You can get all the historical and technical information on these caves in the ASI website for the most authentic source. AJANTA CAVES These are manually excavated caves, started around 2nd century BCE and was completed around 480 CE and still, it doesn’t fail to charm you with its marvellous oozing stories. There are 30 rock-cut caves. Though few caves remained unfinished it still somehow awe…

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    INNER ENGINEERING: A YOGI’S GUIDE TO JOY

    Jaggi Vasudev, commonly known as Sadhguru, doesn’t need to be introduced, but if you don’t know, he is a mystic, a yogi and a New York bestselling author, an internationally renowned speaker and amongst 50 most influential people in India. Now, coming to the book (inner engineering), it has been divided into two parts, first where he introduces you to yoga and debunk myths and secondly, introduce you to various aspects of life and the entire cosmos. OVERVIEW The book starts with telling you the aspects of his (Sadhguru’s) life story, including his journey from young boy to his mystic experience as a young man of being one with everything. He…