We Will Travel Again - Let’s sit on a hilltop Gaze down at the blue lake
Pencil Sketching A Conch: Beginner Level - Who doesn’t like beach? And if you are like me, then I think, as a child, while on a trip to the beach, you would have, at least once, collected shells and conches. I collect them every time – till date. Only one thing has changed (and I’m glad it happened).
Autumn Colours - “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.”― Albert Camus Such pretty season autumn is, too bad that we don’t experience it as much here in India except for the Himalayan regions up north. I remember traveling to those places (Ah! the good old days when we could travel to our heart’s content!) …
Zen Doodles - I love colours, but don’t really have a very strong sense of palettes – I use whatever pleases and makes me happy – and well, that’s really the whole point of art, according to me. I absolutely love pencils, which is why I quite enjoy pencil sketching. Black and white colour scheme is my all-time …
Kedarkantha – A Magical Sunrise over the Mountains - The trail of Kedarkantha is gorgeous with a variety of landscapes including pine forests, frozen and semi frozen lakes, pretty meadows, and as you climb high - thick snowy slopes
Reminiscing the visit to Ki Monastery in Spiti Valley of Himachal - The Ki Monastery or Kye (Key) Gompa is a beautiful Buddhist monastery located in Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh. It is perched atop a hill, at an altitude of 4166 m above sea level.
Aihole and Pattadakal: Towns Lost in Time - Closer to Badami, are the twin towns of Aihole and Pattadakal nestled along the Malaprabha river, flaunting the rich heritage of an ancient and medieval era
Pondicherry, and the Treasures of the Seas - But just before Pondicherry, there's a sleepy little, fishermen village. Just a few kilometres before a famous touristy place, yet, secluded in its own way and keeping some beautiful secrets
A Day in Slo-mo in Gopeshwar, Uttarakhand - Not all travel stories leave you awed, some just tell things as they are, simple, regular, normal stuff.
Nachiketa Tal: Hiking To The Hidden Lake - At the crack of dawn, I boarded a bus headed towards Lambgaon and got down at Chaurangikhal. The place is a pitstop for buses heading further into the mountains towards the far off Himalayan villages. It is also known for the Chauranginath temple.