Chittorgarh: A Photo Essay

The abundance of history in Rajasthan is overwhelming. There are stories of bravery and sacrifice in every part of the state. A two hour drive from Udaipur is one such place – Chittorgarh, a World Heritage Site. Only read about in history text books and wiki pages, the massiveness of the Fort leaves you in awe. Spread across approx 700 acres of land, it is the … Continue reading Chittorgarh: A Photo Essay

As with any journey, who you travel with can be more important than your destination

Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Sibling Day, the list goes on. Promoted by the ‘greeting card’ industry back then the commercialization is far from over. Every month there is a day that is celebrated to boost sales of cards, flowers, chocolates and what not. Today, the first Sunday of August every year is celebrated as ‘Friendship Day’ in many Asian countries. People tie friendship bands to … Continue reading As with any journey, who you travel with can be more important than your destination

A visit to Jallianwala Bagh and Golden Temple, Amritsar

As out train pulled into the station, there was chaos everywhere. No matter where and at what time you are in India, the railway station is always full of life. It was past 10 pm when we reached Amritsar, our destination for the next few days. Tired by our delayed flight and caught at the last moment train journey we retired to our hotel. Our … Continue reading A visit to Jallianwala Bagh and Golden Temple, Amritsar