Lepakshi: The Town of Architectural Wonders

Considering that anything architectural, historical and mysterious interests me, I could not wait to reach this awesome place which apparently had all three. Lepakshi awaits.

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Chittorgarh: Asia’s Largest Fort

We head out of Pushkar, after bowing to the creator (as per Hindu mythology) – Bramha, being inquisitive about the white horse statute that adorned the centre of the temple compound and after having a typical Rajasthani lunch of Dal Bafley. As we hit the highway and I was settling down to boring visuals of the highway, I…

ISKCON, Bengaluru: The Sanctorum Is Worth The Maze

To not plan is the best plan ever I and Nethra had a plan like a week and a half back. Movie at Orion Mall, visit to ISKCON and the best Frankie in Malleshwaram. But the plan was going for a toss outside my window, when I looked at the to-do-list for Wednesday. Forget ISKCON which was…

Jaipur: The Pink Marvel City

Ideally we are here for the Jaipur Literature Festival. But we are allowed to bunk, right? What else do you expect with a wanderlust impacted person (my brother) as a co-traveller 😀 We had driven in from Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh and bunked the opening of the literature festival to explore Amer Fort and Jaigarh Fort, which were around…

The Internet Can Mess Up Your Travel Plans

It was our first vacation together – RV and mine. That is the husband, by the way. Also, individually as well as as a couple this was to be our first International trip. And the ever helpful Internet nearly wreaked it. That is right…it did! Internet research though largely helpful is a dangerous swamp to wade…