Agrasen Ki Baoli (Agrasen’s stepwell) is a protected monument located close to Jantar Mantar. Even though entry is free, it is one of the least visited monuments in Delhi. Thanks to the low interest by […]
“War does not determine who is right – only who is left.” – Bertrand Russell During World War II, the Imperial Japan along with Netaji’s Indian National Army attacked British India at present day Manipur […]
Happy Women’s day to all 🙂 Women’s day memorial at Tamu, Myanmar (Burma).
Qutub Minar complex is one among the 3 UNESCO world heritage sites located in Delhi. The other 2 being Red Fort and Humayun’s Tomb. This complex consist of a number of monuments: Qutub Minar, 72 m […]
During my visit to Kolkata in December 2014, I had a chance to experience the awesome “Momos”. Hot chicken momos were served by the ever smiling Chinese women. I visited their stall again the next day.
Netaji Bhawan is the ancestral house of Netaji Subash Chandra Bose currently managed by Netaji Research Bureau. The house has been converted into a museum where Netaji’s personal belongings are displayed. There is also a […]
One of the most famous fast food item in North India, Pav Bhaji is a Maharastrian dish. It was tasty but it was heavy for me.
Built in 1688, Armenian Church of the Holy Nazareth is the oldest place of Christian worship in Kolkata. Armenians settled in India long before the arrival of British. The Church is located close to Howrah […]
December 2014: As part of the Christmas celebrations, many food stalls were opened along Park Street. Most of them were run by Indians and Nepalis with the main item for sale being Momos. Among those stalls […]
One among the 51 Shakti Peethas, Tripura Sundrai temple is one of the holiest places for Hindus. Goddess Tripureswari (Goddess of three cities) is considered as the patron goddess of the Tripura state. Architecture of […]