I love traveling and I love doing it in Style, but at the same time, I don’t want to lose on the comfort of being myself. I want to be able to enjoy and relax, feel free and be fashionable. Travel Fashion becomes so so simple when you have Denim in the bag. Continue reading “Double Denim in Fort Kochi…”
Tea is the second most popular beverage in the world after water. With such a high demand, it is understandable that tea needs to be produced on a mass scale, and across the world in varied locations. India is the second largest producer of tea in the world, producing an average 900,000 tonnes each year. We are a nation of over one billion tea drinkers, and over 70% of the tea produced is consumed within the nation. Continue reading “For all the Tea Lovers: Kerala”
The month of Ramadan, the month of Prayer and giving is one of my favourite times of the year to visit the Historical and Architectural beauty of the city, CharMinar. Surrounded by the energy and life of the festivities, the monument glows like you would have never seen before. The eyes of the people from across the city, who walk down these lanes shine brighter than the brightest of the lights around. Continue reading “Life & Lights: CharMinar!!”
I have been wanting to visit Bhangarh since the first time I heard dreadful stories about it. Although they were scary but I was still very curious. Bhangarh Fort, located in Alwar district in Rajasthan, deemed as one of the Most Haunted Places in the world because of the numerous ghostly experiences and happenings in the fort premises. It’s haunted stories are bone chilling yet fascinating all at the same time. Even the Archaeological Survey of India has forbidden the locals and tourists from entering the fort at night. Continue reading “BHANGARH: Spooky or just Earthly??”
Places that are far and wide.
My feet tread the unknown path,
Path that remains undefined.