Bishnupur, located at a distance of around 140kms from Kolkata is one of the best weekend getaways from Kolkata. Rich in History, with its Terracotta temples, the place is a vibrant showcase of culture and history.Continue reading “Bishnupur: The land of Terracotta Temples”
We took train to Alleppey from Bangalore. In Alleppey we travelled around mostly using autos and local buses. Autos are in plenty so did not face much issue.Continue reading “Alleppey Trip – 2022”
Sep end, 2022 – Goa trip with family and friends
We took train from Bangalore to Goa (Vasco). Went straight to Candolim beach Marquis Beach Resort. The stretch of beach in front of the resort was quite clean and had very sparse crowd. It felt almost like a private beach. However, it was not yet season in Goa. So crowd was anyways less.Continue reading “Goa – Candolim”
Dubai Expo – The place where the world came together. It was amazing 4 days in Dubai. The scale of everything was just amazing.Continue reading “Dubai Expo 2020 – Visited in 2022”
Dooars is the foothills of Himalayas, stretching from West Bengal to Assam. Though essentially plain land, the area is quite beautiful because of presence of several forests, interspersed with several mountain rivers, mainly the Teesta river.Continue reading “North Bengal Trip – Dooars”
This was my second trip to Pondicherry, and I loved it as much as the first time. And left me wanting to go back again…
We had taken a bus which dropped us near a stop called Indira Gandhi Statue. From there we took a couple of autos to our homestay. This homestay was just opposite Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium.
These are the books I read in 2021
If you want to understand what Incredible India truly means, head to Aurangabad, in central Maharashtra, around 350km from Mumbai, the city around which you have the incredible Ajanta & Ellora caves.
This was the last part of our Sri Lanka trip. Beaches!
Continue reading “Sri Lanka Beaches: Hikkaduwa, Galle, Unawutuna and Negombo”
We were in Kandy for 3 nights.
It was around 8pm, by the time we collected luggage and found ourselves walking towards the exit of Bandarnaike International Airport.
130 kms drive to see a temple? Not worth it, I had said. I stood corrected and humbled by the magnificent architecture.