Kinnaur is a beautiful district in the upper Himachal with apple farms all over and lush green valleys. One of the valley in lovely is Sangla Valley which is located almost 30 kms from Tibet Border. Surrounded by snow covered mountains, apple farms in every home and the musical sound of Baspa river at the … More How to spend a day in Sangla
Are you a tourist or a traveler?? If you consider yourself in the later category and crave for new and unexplored destinations, then there are certain things you must consider before actually going!! 1. THE ROUTE If you’re going to hit the road, its best to look not only for the main highways but also … More How to plan your vacation for an unfamiliar place
Sangla is a beautiful village in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. As it is located in upper Himachal, the journey to Sangla is not only adventurous but also prolonged one(read more on that here). The boundary of the town starts with a bus stand followed by a small yet pragmatic market having ample options of hotels … More Drench yourself in picturesque Sangla
Sangla is a small village in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, India. The village is located in a valley surrounded by snow capped mountains covered with Deodara trees. Because of the high altitude, the land and environment is suitable for apple plantation and the sight of every house having apple farms is very common. When … More Four ways to reach Sangla from Delhi
When nature calls for us…We.Just.Go..!!! That was something like my last trip to Sangla, Himachal Pradesh, India which is 16hrs drive from Delhi and you may read more about the journey to Sangla here. Narkanda is almost 10 hrs from Delhi in lap of mountains with … More Want to enjoy a camp in mountainous Narkanda?
Travel is like music to my soul which justifies my need to travel every now and then. In my current visit to Sangla Valley, Himachal Pradesh, India I found some doors once beautiful but time & weather have tarnished them. Where ever I go, I always try to connect with locals, request for their pictures and … More Doors in a valley
Delhi never fails to enthrall me in any manner, be its history, the food, the urban architecture or the narrow alleys. When I visited Qutub Minar the very first time since my stay in Delhi, I made sure to click as many pictures I could. Even after coming out of its premises, I found this … More A deserted entry
Greetings all, I have been nominated for the Leibster Award when I was least expecting it as I was busy AF on work from the past few months!! It surely is a reminder why I did start blogging in the first place and why shouldn’t I neglect it. I have been super occupied at work … More Leibster Award!!!!
Last week’s I updated a photo story around the ravaged Doors in Vrindavan, India, today I’m going post pictures of doors more colorful than the previous ones. While visiting various temples there, I spotted these beautiful colors in doors. Isn’t it wonderful how we manage to perceive charming things in old towns and narrow alleys … More Colorful doors in Vrindavan
I was not really an art person till some time back when I visited Paris and was welcomed by jaw-dropping artworks. I have now developed deep respect and interest for artworks. I found this wonderful graffiti on wall just outside the main gate of Agrasen ki Baoli. Well, I guess it is established that history will always be marked … More How History & art go hand in hand!!