Tag Archive: photos

The Impending Monsoon

” Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.”   –Rabindranath Tagore

9 Reasons why Mumbai is an amazing city

Call it ‘the city that never sleeps’ or ‘the city of dreams’, Mumbai just doesn’t cease to amaze me. I am not much of a city freak but I return back from Mumbai… Continue reading

Pondicherry: Give time a break

Six thousand miles from France, there exists a small French town on the Coromandel coast of India- the little essence of France still lingering in the atmosphere with baked baguettes and croissants, clean… Continue reading

Saurkundi Pass-A backpack’s journey up the Himalayas

It was a dream. A dream conjured from just an image; a miserable reproduction in which the jagged peaks stood white against a grotesquely blackened and scratched sky. But it didn’t matter, for… Continue reading

A hike to the Dudhsagar Waterfalls

My bucket list was brimming. And the Dudhsagar falls was at the brim. But then, one monsoon went after the other and I just couldn’t make it there. But this time, I was… Continue reading

Munnar- a paradise in the God’s own country

A beautiful, little town stays hidden among the dense forests of the Western Ghats in Kerala in the southern India. The confluence of three streams in the midst of God’s own country; the… Continue reading

A cup of Coffee in Kodaikanal

It was still very early in the morning as I sat sipping my cup of hot filter coffee in a little shack that overlooked sparse villages and farms which lay scattered in the valley below.… Continue reading

Split-Second Story

  A perfect moment this. They say a picture speaks a thousand words. Let me let this image speak to you. Thank you for stopping by.  [ In response to Daily Post’s Weekly PhotoChallenge ]

13 free things to do in Singapore

Let’s face it. Singapore can haunt your pockets and empty your wallets even before you know it. But delving deep and a bit of research can easily save a lot of bucks and… Continue reading

Mystic Reflections

  This post is in response to Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge- Reflections