A Cleaner, Greener Mussoorie – Thanks to the Nestle Hilldaari

The Wall of Hope - symbolizing how waste can be reused

It wasn’t my first visit to the Queen of Hills – Mussoorie. However, it did feel like my maiden visit. Thanks to the Hilldaari movement, one of the initiatives by Nestle India which I was invited to witness, this time I was looking at Mussoorie through a different lens. The Nestle India  Hilldaari showcased how … Read more

Traditions & Tales from the Sasak Village , Lombok

The Sasak Ende Village in Lombok

It is not just nature that makes Indonesia a desired destination for travelers. It is the classical fusion of natural beauty with its unique culture that attracts visitors to Indonesia. Over my last trip, I discovered the Balinese culture and how it had similarities to my own Indian culture. This time, I uncovered a different … Read more

Chimi Lhakhang – Tales of the Fertility Temple in Bhutan

The prayer wheels around the Fertility Temple, Bhutan

Bhutan can be quite a scandalous place! It is possibly, the only place where Phalluses are worn as charms! I swear! They are! And if you find this first line shocking, well, then a quick alert before you proceed to read this post. While there is nothing obscene about the post, it could get you … Read more

Bikaner Miniature Paintings by Mahaveer Swami

Details in Bikaner Miniature Paintings

Every destination has a local tradition or craft or art form to share. Not only are they the source of their pride but also, form a part of their livelihood.  A lot of these have been practiced for years but are now fading into obscurity. Through my travels, I have come across various such stories … Read more

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