View from Tunganath

We are always in lookout for something new, something unexplored. There is a constant desire to unfold a mystery or discover something hidden. Probably it’s driven by the same thirst that took our ancestors all around the world. But sometimes on your quest, you stumble upon a place so innocent, so beautiful that you wish it was never discovered. The magic of the place lies in its secrecy itself. And that’s how Chopta made me feel...complete article

Posted By Payel Kundu

A traveler and a dreamer

ON October 25, 2017

State :

Madhya Pradesh

Destination Type :

Heritage

Popularity :

Low...complete article

Posted By Payel Kundu

A traveler and a dreamer

ON October 09, 2017

State :

Gujarat

Destination Type :

Forest

Popularity :

Moderate...complete article

Posted By Payel Kundu

A traveler and a dreamer

ON September 21, 2017

Hathi Mahal The boy sat in a bright orange shirt amongst the monotonous grey rocky walls of the faded palace. He hung his legs from the edge of the roof and sang on top of his voice. The palace was once called “Hathi Mahal”, or maybe it’s the name that people remembered. It had lost all its colours a long ago and now just stood like a pile of rocks amongst the aged trees and new born grasses. The land around stretched for miles only with different shades of greeneries. The palace stood alone like a lonely old man, tired for so long and yet surviving through another page of history. And the boy? The boy was contradiction to this whole image. He was bright and young, shining in the afternoon’s soft sunlight. And yet his voice vibrating through the empty landscapes, somehow captured the same essence as only a lonely old palace could bring out. His voice reflected the solace of eternity.complete article

Posted By Payel Kundu

A traveler and a dreamer

ON September 10, 2017

Have you been to a camping trip? You might have. Isn’t that fun? Bonfire with friends, lying under the stars, feeling the primitive excitement in your blood? Now imagine packing up your bags one morning and loading up your trunk with rented tents to drive off with no destination in mind and stop only when your heart wants to. That has an extra thrill to it for sure. If you have not experienced yet, maybe you should. Here’s our story anyways...complete article

Posted By Payel Kundu

A traveler and a dreamer

ON August 20, 2017

White StorkMany years ago the Rajput rulers of Rajasthan built a fort away from the “Thar” desert. The fort was surrounded by forest which they used as hunting ground. Over the years the fort changed owners, but the forest remained more or less the same. In 1955, however, the forest was established as sanctuary which was later declared a national park in 1980. Now every year thousands of tourist visit Ranthambore to experience this heritage forest and get a glance of the marvellous Royal Bengal Tigers.

We were fortunate to find a couple of tiger cubs along with their mother during our visit this year in May. But tiger was not the only thing we spotted. Here’s a list of all animal/birds we came across during our visit to Ranthambore National Park.complete article

Posted By Payel Kundu

A traveler and a dreamer

ON July 23, 2017

View of Valley at Kodaikanal It was a cloudy night and there wasn’t a single star visible on sky. But down in the valley thousand stars sparkled through the chilly night air. I sat at a bench near the edge of the hotel and soaked in this view with the silence and darkness all around me. I could see what a beautiful place it had once been. And it still was, somewhere within all the cacophony of people.complete article

Posted By Payel Kundu

A traveler and a dreamer

ON July 12, 2017