Forest Trek to Nongriat

Forest Trek to Nongriat

It is like the voyage of discovery into the unknown land, searching not for the new territory but for new knowledge. It should appeal to those with a good sense of adventure. The two most common elements found in the universe are hydrogen and stupidity. The stupid me likes to be on the edge or be into the unknown, into the territory where I have to depend on being in the moment and trust my

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My Travel Video

It has been a pleasure and sense of deepest joy with more and more readers visiting my blog. I can really see their interest, when they request me to share more pictures, videos, stories and the way travel transformed my life. So here is the link for my travel video. I am just in love with this video. Enjoy watching it:) Do comment on it as well. https://youtu.be/tf8AargaqFc  

Gangtok: The Hill-Cut Capital of Organic Sikkim

Gangtok: The Hill-Cut Capital of Organic Sikkim

When people ask me, during my travels which place appealed to me the most, Sikkim automatically pops up in my head. My journey in Sikkim started with the city of Gangtok. I traveled to Gangtok from Darjeeling hiring a 10 seater shared Jeep. People visiting Darjeeling often visit Gangtok at the same time because of the proximity of two places. I was hosted near Sikkim Manipal University by a locale in Sikkim who I connected

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TRAVELLING. IT LEAVES YOU SPEECHLESS, THEN TURNS YOU INTO A STORYTELLER!

If we were meant to stay in one place, we’d have roots instead of feet, He Said. –  Rachel Wolchin I like to describe myself as a traveller who lives by the maxim “Carpe Diem”. I fervently believe in the dictum “Serendipity is the traveller’s greatest ally”. My passion for travel started with my father taking us around to different places in India to visit temples and nature spots. This moved on to travelling with

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