The Unsung Kashmir

The Unsung Kashmir

Just a couple of days back, my Photo Feature on offbeat destinations of Kashmir became online on Condenast Traveller’s site. To view it on CNTI site, click here. The Photo Feature is reproduced here: The Unsung Kashmir: While Kashmir may have been making the news for wrong reasons lately, it undoubtedly has been Bollywood’s darling location for film shoots for many decades. Little wonder visitors have already explored whatever there was to explore here. Or have they? Here is a glimpse…

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Mauritius – A 9-lettered word for FUN

Mauritius – A 9-lettered word for FUN

Recently, Mauritius Tourism had invited me to visit the Island nation. Though it was my third visit there, this weeklong visit left a life-long impression. I am privileged to share the experience with you. Since it was a packed fun-filled itinerary, the story is being shared in two parts. The fun in the itinerary prompted me to aptly title the story as Mauritius – A 9-lettered word for FUN. Here’s Part-I of my Mauritius story that appears in June 2016 issue…

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My Article – Enter the Illusion

My Article – Enter the Illusion

Recently, Mauritius Tourism had invited me to visit that Island nation. During this trip, I also visited Curious Corner, an illusion-filled abode in Southwest Mauritius. My account of this visit appeared in BLink – the weekend Magazine of The Hindu’s Business Line. The published article is reproduced below. My Article – Enter the Illusion A house in the southwest corner of Mauritius is the most intriguing tribute to Dutch artist MC Escher. Through his works, MC Escher, Dutch artist and…

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Radar – Regular BW Image section – JetWings

Radar – Regular BW Image section – JetWings

I have been contributing to Radar (Regular BW Image Section of JetWings) for sometime now. This is the first time that in both editions of JetWings (Domestic as well as International), my images are featuring. This ‘First’ has happened in May 2016 issues of these publications! JetWings International has my image of St. Basil’s Cathedral from Moscow, while JetWings Domestic carries my image of Largest Chicken Bowls from Lampang, a town that’s located just over a 100 km from Chiang…

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Is this the world’s most stunning metro?

Is this the world’s most stunning metro?

Here’s my newest story in Condenast Traveller India. It is on Moscow Metro – Is this the World’s Most Stunning Metro? 81 years ago, things went underground in the Russian capital.                                       Simple Share Buttons…02101520

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Krishna – My Friend!

Krishna – My Friend!

In March 2016, I had been accorded the privilege of covering Krishna Ras Times Passion Trail by The Time of India. A much-abridged version of this appeared in TimesLife of 1st May 2016. I bring to you my detailed first hand experience of this trail under the title – ‘Krishna – My Friend!’ In for a shock! I was at Shrinathdwara. Most of us may know it by its informal name – Nathdwara – a small town around 40 km….

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When Palampur said – “Hail, Bloggers!”

When Palampur said – “Hail, Bloggers!”

A first-hand account that delves into the unsaid, the unravelled and the unexpressed of my recent trip to Palampur that was jointly facilitated by Travel Correspondents & Bloggers Group (a bloggers’ collective) and Himachal Heritage Village (a resort near Palampur). A Bloodcurdling Scream! I had barely put my head down on my arm that I rested on the back of the car seat and had just about slipped into a light stupor. Just around then, two things simultaneously happened – the car that…

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