7 Tips for Travellers to survive the Nasty Heats of Bengal like a local

  The nasty summers of Eastern India are here again. The worst part of this tremendous season is that it is extremely humid and drain out all the energy in you. The summers of the Northern parts of India can be termed more extreme because the mercury touches greater hights there but unless you are … Continue reading 7 Tips for Travellers to survive the Nasty Heats of Bengal like a local

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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

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

Bishnupur – The Red Temple City # 2 – My Travelogue

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

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

Travel Essentials for a Solo Weekender in India

So far my solo travelling is concerned, the best period was when I was doing my post graduation in Delhi and almost once and sometimes twice a month, I was travelling solo. Apart from Delhi - which I travelled on Sundays and holidays, the entire Rajasthan, Punjab, Uttarakhand & a large part of Uttar Pradesh … Continue reading Travel Essentials for a Solo Weekender in India

Shimla- Kullu- Manali Tour Plan

Manali was our last destination and we returned back to Shimla. Most travellers opt for going directly to Kalka or Chandigarh but we were concerned about long journeys with the baby so we decided to go back to Shimla. Let me summarise the complete itinerary we followed: Day 1: Kolkata -Delhi---(Read) Day 2: Delhi - … Continue reading Shimla- Kullu- Manali Tour Plan

Travel Guide – Manali

You wonder how the religions are connected? You will understand if you know the origin of the word - 'Manali'. It has come from two Sanskrit words - 'Manu' & 'Alaya' - the city was the home of 'Manu' - the wise sage and the 'first man' who recreated humanity on the earth after the … Continue reading Travel Guide – Manali

Travel Guide- Shimla

Every Indian should at least once set foot in the hills of Shimla - it is one of the most important cities of the modern India. Shimla for almost a century before the independence of the country was the summer capital - and as you can understand, in a country where 8 months is summer, … Continue reading Travel Guide- Shimla