Travelogue Parvati Valley: Kasol Manikaran and Tosh!

After a year-long break from travelling, I’m back with an adventurous yet beautiful trip to The Parvati Valley, precisely Kasol, Manikaran and Tosh. It was a long throned wish to visit a hill station, after a lot of planning stuff I decided to explore The Valley!

So I took a train from Bhopal to reach Delhi from where I had to change a train for Phagwara. You might be thinking, why Phagwara? It was the place where I was supposed to meet my friends and lead to a beautiful excursion to Parvati Valley.
You can take a direct bus from Delhi to Manikaran at a very affordable price without getting into hassles. I then took a bus from Phagwara leading to Manikaran, it was a whole night journey so after finalising everything I slept. When I woke up I was already in the Parvati Valley and my reaction was Wowwwww!!!
It was around 5:30 AM and I could see a beautiful sunrise set up for me somewhere near Bhuntar(a town located around 30km south to Kasol). You can see the beautiful Sangam of River Beas and…

Taking up Amritsar!

The city of Amritsar, India is the satin backdrop to India’s cultural diversity, being the home to the Sikh community in India, home to the Harmindar Sahib, popularly called the Golden Temple as well as historically and politically significant, owing to its strategic location.
The city is located near the borders of India and Pakistan, which is popularly known as the Wagah Border.

This post will provide you with an inkling of what you can do in Amritsar when you're up for a day!

The trip was to attend a marriage at Amritsar so I got just one day to explore this beautiful city, though I guess one day is sufficient for the place if you are not interested in seeing museums and war fields!
While cruising to this beautiful city, there are few places every nomad must visit, which all are listed below.1. The Wagah Border
Wagah is the border lying on the grand trunk road between India and Pakistan. The Wagah Border ceremony is an elaborate ceremony that happens here every day at 17:00 hou…

Finding Peace? Here's how you can have a peaceful day in 'THE CITY OF FOODIES': Indore!

Indore, The city of foodies, also known as 'Mini Bombay', is the business capital of Madhya Pradesh. It is a historical city from the age of The Holkars. It is considered to be the educational hub of central India, featuring both IIM(Indian Institute of Management) and IIT(Indian Institute of Technology), the only city in India to have both the campuses within its boundary.
It is the most populous and amongst the busiest cities of central India.
By the reading the title you might be confused like how can a busy city be a peaceful destination for you?
This post will serve as a guide for you as to how you can spend an amazing day in Indore.

Indore, within its boundaries, has a lot of beautiful places where you can spend a peaceful time with your friends, family or your companion.
Places to be at: Tincha Waterfall Situated around 25 kms from the city is this beautiful picnic spot, a paradise for photographers and nature lovers. You can spend few hours here away from the busy lif…

Excursion to one of the Seven Wonders!

Agra, one of the most attractive tourist destinations because of its many splendored Mughal era buildings, most notably The Taj Mahal- One of the Seven Wonders of the world, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri, all three of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, is a symbolic city of love!

The trip to Agra was totally unplanned, I was in Gwalior for some official stuff, got free early in the morning and had to spend around 8-9 hours in Gwalior with nothing to do in the unknown city, I was with my cousin and trust me we are very good at planning such excursions!
So this post can be a guide for a getaway from Gwalior to Agra.

Agra is around 120 kms from Gwalior, which means a two-hour long journey if you're opting for a train. We looked up for the next available one and plunged into it!
Travelling in the General class can be the most amazing and also the most disastrous experience for you, but I enjoyed it, the weather was pleasant and luckily we got a seat. (You have to rush for seats in…

Traversing Venice of the East: Udaipur!

Placed within the Aravalli ranges, Udaipur is known as the 'Venice of the East'/ 'Kashmir of Rajasthan'. It was the capital of The Mewar Kingdom and is surrounded by beautiful and enormous lakes that are not only a tourist attraction but also a major source of water to the city. Lake City as it is famously known consists of five major lakes, namely, Fateh Sagar Lake, Pichola Lake, Swaroop Sagar, Rang Sagar and Doodh Talai Lake. This city also houses the Jaisamand Lake, the largest artificial lake in Asia.

This post aims to be your guide as to where and how you can have a great experience travelling to Udaipur!

A road trip to Udaipur is just what you need during the winters (the perfect time to be in Udaipur).
I started my road trip from Bhopal. Yeah! from the city of lakes to the lake city! Sounds fun, right? It is!

Remember the scene from Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani? Where Naina says to Bunny "Jitna Bhi try Karo life mein Kuch Na Kuch to chutega hi, to Jahan Hain wah…