Shivar Agro Tourism

Have you ever had a feeling, this strongly positive feeling of something going right even before it's actually happened? I had that while speaking to Dimple, an enquiry call I'd made and ended up booking the trip on the very same call in about 7 minutes.Dimple is the face, a voice rather of Shivar Agro... Continue Reading →

One Night Under Shooting Stars

So, the man of the house is an avid stargazer and deeply immersed in astrophysics. After many failed attempts at getting me to fall in love with the skyverse, he's started journeying on his own.  Not that I do not like the skies or the members inhabiting them, I absolutely love the veil of mysticism... Continue Reading →

Mystifying Mahabaleshwar

B E A U T Y lies in the smallest of things, often invisible, rather ignored and oblivious to a naked eye.Such as these brilliant green epiphytes living and thriving on every branch of the tree, the deep cleft splitting the stem into two; makes me wonder how it must have happened and who's habitating... Continue Reading →

Hallways

Bangalore Palace Bangalore Palace Bangalore Palace Citrus Chambers, Mahabaleshwar Fort Rajwada, Jaisalmer

I let my mind wander when my body cannot. Right now it's wandered off among the mist-shrouded hills of #Mahabaleshwar.That's the Kalsubai Peak rising up in the background.I very much miss the mystifying monsoons of Mahabaleshwar!

Silent, serene, sublime!One early Sunday morning long long time ago, when she knew not what a lockdown is…

The colossal Bara Imambara or the Shiite Tomb Complex is one of the architectural marvels of Lucknow. Built in the early 18th century by Asaf-ud-daula, the Nawab of Avadh, the Imambara reflects the ornamental Mughal design in every corner. Side View: Bhulbhulaiya is a disorientating network of narrow passageways that winds its way inside the... Continue Reading →

This imposing, awe-inspiring oil-painted masterpiece is one of the largest and proudest possessions of Louvre Museum, Paris. Completed in 1807 by Jacques-Louis David, the artist was commissioned by Napoleon himself. While tourists make a beeline, rather a beehive, for the enigmatic Mona Lisa, to me it was this massive painting that took my breath away.... Continue Reading →

An empty church somewhere in the mist shrouded Nilgiris, a throwback to 3 years ago. Does it not seem to evoke an unsettling feeling, a foreboding or sound an alarm to a twist of fate that's going to happen less than 3 years thence...

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