10 Private Island Vacations That Are Surprisingly Affordable

The Article was originally published at Seenshot.in Ask yourself – What can be the most romantic gateway to spend the weekend? Do think there is any place better than a Private Island? No noise; no nuisance; It will be only you and your closed ones in the middle of an ocean. Wherever you see, you … Continue reading 10 Private Island Vacations That Are Surprisingly Affordable

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12 Must Visit Cities for Every Nature Lover

I have always praised the endless diversity in every aspect of India. Just like its culture, India's geography has unimaginable diversity. A tall standing mountain, huge riverbeds, a long coastline, plateaus, dessert, salt desert everything is there in this amazing country. It is obvious that the job to finalise the 12 best places to enjoy … Continue reading 12 Must Visit Cities for Every Nature Lover

13 Reasons Why Restaurant Food Tastes Better Than Home Cooked Food

Everyone who loves to cook has always given a try to the item they have tasted sometime in a restaurant, but it is never of the same taste. There is no shame in accepting that the home cooked food is not a total match to the food they serve at the restaurants. It is not … Continue reading 13 Reasons Why Restaurant Food Tastes Better Than Home Cooked Food

Two Joyful days in Jaipur #2 – The City – Guest Post

Read the first Part of my Travelogue here – 2 Joyful Days in Jaipur City – My Experience with Forts and Local Food The view of the city from the top of Nahargarh Fort was good enough to keep to motivated for the next day. It was a breathtaking areal view of the city and it is […]

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

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

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

6 Best Places In The World To Explore The Amazing Marine Life – Guest Post

The Original Article is published on Seenshot.in All my childhood, one thing that could keep me glued with the TV apart from the Cartoon Network, was the Discovery Channel. I was amazed to see the underwater world – so full of colours, textures, and patterns. The ocean might look so uniform from the top but … Continue reading 6 Best Places In The World To Explore The Amazing Marine Life – Guest Post

‘Cope up with your English and Fly to Abroad’ #DefinitelyPTE

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

Why ‘Brands’ matter so much – Guest Post

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

Why bike touring has become so famous in India – Guest Post

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

11 ultimate tricks to be a traveller even with a corporate job – 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

Don’t ‘Paanish’ your Children – Save for them – #CuttingPaani

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

6 Things to know to overcome ‘LOST’ feeling in the Mid-20s – Guest Post

The Original Article was published at Seenshot.in The feeling of being lost is quite normal when you are in your mid-20s. A decade ago, when you stepped into your teens, your body went through some drastic changes and that made you a completely different person. You passed your childhood and entered your manhood. Now, it’s … Continue reading 6 Things to know to overcome ‘LOST’ feeling in the Mid-20s – Guest Post

9 Awesome Reasons why a Dhaba or a Tapri is much Better option than a Restaurant – Guest Post

The first Dhaba of the country dates back to the time of Sher Shah Suri – with the first highway of the country, the first Dhaba was born. Though it is not documented, Dhaba has been an integral part of our country for more than half a millennium. Tea and coffee, on the other hand, … Continue reading 9 Awesome Reasons why a Dhaba or a Tapri is much Better option than a Restaurant – Guest Post