The most prolific artwork on a building - intricate carvings on the Jaisalmer Yellow Sandstone - Patwano Ki Haveli, Jaisalmer
Have you felt something is wrong with the title of the article? If yes! that's great but you would be shocked to know that these are some of the major mistakes people do and fail to 'Cope with their English and Fly Abroad'. Our school curriculum is unable to teach us the language properly, at least, to … Continue reading ‘Cope up with your English and Fly to Abroad’ #DefinitelyPTE
Soon after returning from my journey of Bishnupur, I decided to head North to Gour & Pandua to experience the Medieval Bengali Architecture. Gour and Pandua two small hamlets close to Malda Town of Malda District of West Bengal are the two most important cities so far medieval Bengal is concerned. Malda is extremely easy to … Continue reading Eklakhi Mausoleum – The first Islamic Tomb of Bengal
Its time for the New Year here in Bengal and I would like to showcase a very interesting blogger - TRINA LOOKS BACK. Her latest blog about a nameless, homeless woman deserted by her husband. We all come across many such people around us - lying on the footpath or silently seated on a bench in the … Continue reading Best of the Week – 15/2018
How do the plants wake up? They grow their shoots - The life sleeping inside them suddenly gets awakened. Clicked this morning in my kitchen - soon to be planted in my kitchen garden to become a full grown carrot plant- Happy Awakening!
Monumental Gates has always been a reflection of prosperity for Kingdoms. Rulers, over the course of human civilisation, have always wanted to build gigantic gates which will play a pivotal role in the security of the countrymen and also display the might of the state. Not only for military reasons, many gates have been erected … Continue reading The Greatest Gates of India – Dakhil Darwaza
A Cheeky Smile from a Kathakali Dancer - Munnar, Kerala.
(The article is part of the series – The Scarlet Temples of Bengal) The moment the temple architecture of Bengal is referred, Bishnupur is the first name to come up. It is true that Bishnupur has made some of the biggest contributions to the developing style of architecture in Bengal but some of the finest examples … Continue reading Bahulara Sidheshwar Temple – The Dashing Deul
The Original Article was published at Seenshot.in Ranvir Shorey, in film Dasvidaniya, has given alcoholics their best teaching in life – ‘Life mein biwi badlo, ghar badlo, gari badlo, lekin apna brand kabhi mat badalna’ (In your life you may change wife, house or car, but you should never change your preferred brand) There are … Continue reading Why ‘Brands’ matter so much – Guest Post
Only recently, I read an article about Linepithema humile - a tiny ant species from banks of Paraná river in Argentina who used to stay in small nests. The ants were so introvert that they did not allow an ant of same species but from a different nest around them and would eventually kill it. This went on … Continue reading See the World! Say ‘sí’ to the World!
This week, - let's talk about Arunachal - India's state of rising sun. Surely it is the least explored and most promising in terms of tourism and here is a brief look of how to plan an Arunachal Trip - which is sure to be the best part of any traveller's life Read it Here … Continue reading Best of the Week – 13/2018
One of my favourite Sunset pictures - taken through a window of the City Palace, Udaipur, Rajasthan - The Aravalli in the backdrop and the Pichola Lake in the front.
The train reached Bishnupur Station at around 9:30. It's a small yet peaceful train station. We decided to go to the Government Tourist Lodge before starting our journey through the history - firstly these lodges serve good hygienic breakfast and second, we were hoping to get some information about the places not to miss. Both … Continue reading Bishnupur – The Red Temple City # 2 – My Travelogue
My Favourite Place? The Banks of River Ganges - watching the indefinite flow of the river and the boats sailing.
The Original Article was published at Seenshot.in Ask any Indian boy or a girl in their twenties – they are sure to have a secret fantasy of travelling to Ladakh on a Bike – with their partner – unless they have already done that. 3-Idiots must have played a crucial role in this but touring … Continue reading Why bike touring has become so famous in India – Guest Post
The Original Article was published at Seenshot.in Do you think your 9 to 5 job is killing the traveller inside you? It’s quite normal. This happens with most corporate sector employees. Too much stress and workload take all the energy away and you can’t even plan a trip. To add to this, you always worry … Continue reading 11 ultimate tricks to be a traveller even with a corporate job – Guest Post
It is true that human intervention in nature has caused it havoc and almost all natural resources, below-on-or-above the surface, under the threat of extinction. However, it cannot be denied that over past few decades, awareness towards environmental loss has also increased. The younger generation is more aware of the pollution, wastage and environmental degradation … Continue reading Don’t ‘Paanish’ your Children – Save for them – #CuttingPaani
I'd Rather be standing on the Black Sands of the Beach - the unknown horizon of the ocean in front me and its water touching my feet.
Whenever I had to catch an early morning train or flight I skip sleeping the night before. In fact, it's simpler than waking up and getting ready. It was not different that day. The whole night was spent watching movies. I took a shower at 4 in the morning and had breakfast in the food … Continue reading Bishnupur – The Red Temple City # 1 – Its History
This week, Its all about the greatest Scientist of our generation - Dr Stephen Hawking. Hawking died at the age of 76 on a day (3.14) Albert Einstein, surely another member of the elite batch, was born who also died at the age of 76. Another amazing fact about Hawking is his birthday - 8th … Continue reading Best of the Week – 11/2018