“Allahu Akbar” the chant reverberated inside the tomb Taj Mahal is a synonym for Agra. So if you are visiting Agra it means you are visiting Taj Mahal. If you visiting Agra for the second […]
The prolific cosmos flowers dancing in the wind against the shades of brown and green at Nalanda, was a subtle treat for the eyes. Kudos to the Archeological Survey of India (ASI) for keeping this […]
Can’t wait to share this video of the traffic cop who is visibily hyperactive. Maintaining this level of energy under the afternoon sun that too during the notorious Indian summer is purely out of the […]
Sri Dalada Maligawa which enshrines Buddha’s tooth relic is the most revered temple in Sri Lanka. The air was cool yet it was dense with incense smoke and prayers – a catalyst for meditation.
Located close to Wat Siphouthabath, this ordinary yet neatly built bamboo bridge across the Nam Khan river, a major tributary of Mekong River (12th longest river in the world), is aimed mainly at tourists who […]
Thao Maha Phrom Shrine popularly known as Erawan Shrine is dedicated to the 4-headed Hindu god Brahma. Brahma (the Creator), Vishnu (the Preserver) and Shiva (the Destroyer) form the trinity in the Hindu mythology. Compared […]
The ground floor of mansion at 120 Armenian Street in Georgetown has been converted into a museum dedicated to Sun Yat-sen, a revolutionary from China who played a pivotal role in overthrowing Qing dynasty during […]
Of late I have developed a sudden interest in exploring the Western Ghats – a biodiversity hotspot which is older than Himalayas. The Ghats lie parallel to the western coast of India and is spread […]