Have you ever felt like there is a celebration hidden inside the realm of nothingness? Or do you crave the slow pace in today’s very fast-paced life? If you do, then you need to read about Shoonya Project, which is a festival that actually celebrates nothingness.
I wanted a break so I went for a vacation. But apparently the rest of the city wanted one too and they decided to follow me to Kodaikanal. Here's the story of how I escaped from the mass holiday vacation to find my solitude.
Gokarna is a great alternative place to Goa if you're seeking a pristine and less crowded place with beautiful beaches, hikes and hills. Here is a list of top things to do in Gokarna and places to stay.
The Shilaroo Project is India’s first Yoga and Pottery retreat which is situated in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. It offers you a unique retreat experience with a blend of different practices - yoga farming and pottery, wherein you dive into the yogic practices which help you connect with your soul.
If you’re someone who is always looking for experiences in the places you visit and stay, then here are some of the beautiful and lesser-known boutique stays in India, which you must know about
I wanted to visit the famous Alleppey backwaters of "God's own country" but what I saw there made me very sad. Fortunately I found a wonderful destination nearby.
It is only fair that local people benefit from the influx of travellers. NotOnMap is an idea which is unique, thoughtful and giving to back those who deserve it by bridging the gap between avid travellers and the local communities.
Hikkaduwa is one of the lesser known but much more enjoyable destination of SriLanka. Checkout some fun things to do in Hikkaduwa.
For those of you who love the feel of cold weather, huge mountains and utmost peace, Spiti Valley makes for one of the best travel destinations. Located in the great Himalayas, Spiti Valley is one of the cold desert valleys in the state of Himachal Pradesh.
While planning my Manali trip, I came across Palampur as an off-beat alternative to Dharamshala. And just to top it a notch, I chose to stay at an Airbnb instead of a regular hotel. Here's the story of what I discovered there.