Check out this interview I took for Ms. Travel Bee; While we are busy jotting down the names of exotic places in our Travel Bucket-List, there are do-ers like Roshini Sharma who are busy living their Travel Bucket List. Roshni Sharma, everyone, is that one lady that stirred the concept of Solo Woman Travel in… Continue reading Roshni Sharma – First Solo Indian Lady Biker Who Traveled from Kanyakumari to Kashmir
Alibaug brings to me a picture of Arabian Nights, mainly Aladdin on his magic carpet drifting through the wind, above Alibaug’s rocky, sandy shores, and dense woods. Perhaps he did. The christening of this lazy town was done after a guy named Ali, a rich Bene Israelite, who owned many plantations of mango and coconut.… Continue reading Alibaug- The Land of Sagas and Ocean of Quietude.
Sharing my post from Indian Holiday- http://blog.indianholiday.com/choose-sri-lanka/ Though human settlement in Sri Lanka is not less than 1,25,000 years of age, but this very country looks fresh out of the box every other day. Yes, it has clasped on the heritage, history and culture but when it comes to cosmopolitan affair Sri Lanka is never… Continue reading Reasons to choose Sri Lanka as your next destination
Have a look at what I wrote and published in Indian Holiday. Click here to read the full post. Along with its culture, India is well-known for its history and there are many sites in the country that flaunt the perfect mesh of these two elements. UNESCO only considers the best sites as a World… Continue reading 12 Must-Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India for Their Cultural Importance
Sharing my post from Indian Luxury Trains Blog, click here to read the full post. One of India’s favorite tourist hotspot, Jaisalmer, the desert city, has embraced the royal charm and that’s what pulls immense crowd to this region. Like many cities of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer too happens to be the city of forts and palaces. This… Continue reading Three Best Luxury Hotels in Jaisalmer
(Sharing my post from Indian Holiday. Hope you like it. Don’t forget to leave a comment regarding your thought about this.) Where the sound of Indian National Anthem echoed for the first time, it is Kolkata (or Calcutta). Where the first zoo of India was established, it’s in Kolkata. This is Kolkata, where the legends… Continue reading Things to do in Kolkata
I am sharing my post published in the Matador Network- 10 WAYS TO HUMILIATE YOURSELF IN INDIA. This is highly recommended for expats in India and India first-timers. Here goes the link http://matadornetwork.com/notebook/10-ways-humiliate-india/. Don’t forget to share your reviews here. Thanks and good day. 🙂 1. Don’t carry toilet paper. This is essential, especially if you… Continue reading 10 WAYS TO HUMILIATE YOURSELF IN INDIA