Cut & Paste

Let me introduce Chloe, who recently packed up her American life as a second-grade teacher in Florida and moved across the world to teach English in Japan for a year.  She attended the University of Central Florida in Orlando and worked for Seminole County Public Schools.  During her first two years of teaching, she also worked towards … Continue reading Cut & Paste

10 Cool And Easy Dinners You Can Make Without Turning Your Stove On – Guest Post

The article was originally posted in Seenshot.in Its summer again and the heat outside and inside are taking a big toll on us. It must be very often that you simply don't feel like turning the stove on. That should not stop you from having a super dinner - because there are plenty of options … Continue reading 10 Cool And Easy Dinners You Can Make Without Turning Your Stove On – Guest Post

My first Eid away from Home – at The Jama Masjid

The greatness of the Jama Masjid was felt during my first visit to Dariyagunj. I was heading for a delicious Mughlai dinner at the legendary Karim's and seen the huge minarets and the domes of the mosque from a distance. It was one of the last few days of the Ramzan and naturally, the entire … Continue reading My first Eid away from Home – at The Jama Masjid

10 Frosty Places in India to Get Some Cool Air This Summer – Guest Post

The Original Article was published at Seenshot.in India is a huge country full of diverse climates. While one place in the country is burning in the heat, someplace is freezing in cold. The lush green Western Ghats or the Eastern Ghats or the mighty Himalaya – have created uncountable breathtakingly beautiful places in their adobe … Continue reading 10 Frosty Places in India to Get Some Cool Air This Summer – Guest Post

10 Vegetarian Dishes around the World you should never miss – Guest Post

The Original Article was published at Seenshot.in India is a surprising country – united by emotion but totally diversified in terms of religion, language, culture and of course cuisine. While the Hindi belt of the country is filled with plant eaters, major parts of East, North East, South and North are living on meat. I … Continue reading 10 Vegetarian Dishes around the World you should never miss – Guest Post

Weekly Photo Challenge – All Time Favourite

Here comes the last instalment of Weekly Photo Challenge and here is My All Time Favourite Photo - The TAJMAHAL through the beautiful Jaali work of Agra Fort.

Two Joyful days in Jaipur #1 – The Forts & The Foods – Guest Post

Soon after returning from my Pushkar-Ajmer-Jodhpur-Jaisalmer Trip, I started planning to visit Jaipur. On my way back from Jaisalmer, the bus stopped at Jaipur for a refreshment break and I fixed a date for Jaipur. It is a big advantage of studying in Delhi that you can simply check in to these fabulous historic places … Continue reading Two Joyful days in Jaipur #1 – The Forts & The Foods – Guest Post

Weekly Photo Challenge – Twisted

Jalebi - The Twisted sweet of India    

Work With Me

BRANDS We are open to partnering with travel brands, tourism boards and others where we’ll be exposing our audience to your accommodation, destination or products in posts about our experience about travelling there. In addition, we’ll be promoting you in all our social media platforms. We may work for you on a new campaign or join … Continue reading Work With Me

Rohtang Pass – Glimpses

Shimla- Manali Road Trip – Glimpses

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Shimla Through My Lense

Read The Travelogue The Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins with a Single Step  - Lao Tzu Travel Guide to Shimla

Travel Tips – When you are travelling with an One-Year-Old baby in India

The mighty Himalaya called me again. There is no better feeling than enjoying the dense greens on the tough terrains, moving along the dangerous curves of the narrow roads cut through the mountains, the hide and seek game of clouds. Himalaya has always been a dramatic adventure for me. The last time I stepped on … Continue reading Travel Tips – When you are travelling with an One-Year-Old baby in India

‘Jahanpanah’ – The city with the glory and glamour of Ibn-Battuta

'The City of Djinns' as mentioned by William Dalrymple has more secret in it than any other city in the world. The capital of India is situated on the buried history of six previous capital cities. In the first part of my Journey through the narrow lanes of hidden secrets, I went to the fourth … Continue reading ‘Jahanpanah’ – The city with the glory and glamour of Ibn-Battuta

Firoz Minar – The mark of African rule in Bengal

Through the massive Dakhil Darwaja, I went out of the Citadel of Gour and entered the ancient city. About a kilometre South of the giant gateway, where once the city centre was located, is standing a beautiful tower - Firoz Minar. The tower with its astonishing scarlet face stands amid a beautiful surrounding - tall mango … Continue reading Firoz Minar – The mark of African rule in Bengal

Bangkok through my lens #7

The monuments of Bangkok

Bangkok through my Lens #6

The colours of Bangkok

Bangkok through my Lens #5

The Images of Bangkok

Bangkok through my Lens #4

The Houses of Gods & Lords   See the Streets of Bangkok See the Idols of Bangkok See the Monuments of Bangkok

Bangkok through my Lens #3

The Monuments of Bangkok See The Idols of Bangkok See The Streets of Bangkok See The Temples & Palaces of Bangkok