Namaste India: Travel stories from India
Lonely planet calls India a “Litmus Test” for travellers. Indeed, any traveller will realize in the first few minutes that their five senses (and maybe the sixth too) are going to be on full-on alert during their time here. Not many are used to this constant exposure to all your senses and it teaches you a lot about yourself and your place in the world. No wonder many people think travelling in India is an eye-opener, a spiritual experience. However, you’ll realize soon enough, once you are out of this exotic and spiritual mindset, that India has a lot to offer even to the most seasoned traveller. Traveling the length and breadth of India would take more than a lifetime, and the life experiences will make you wiser, stronger, and resilient.
I grew up in India before moving to Canada and I’ve managed to see only few parts of this amazing country. Come join my travels!
The Five Peaks of Kangchenjunga: A Dance of Light and Shadow
Tiny flowers and mighty mountains
Under a canopy of Rhododendrons
24 hours in Darjeeling
Point zero: Reaching the Remotes Borders of North Sikkim
Have you ever crossed a bridge that is alive?
Hitchhiking in Cheerapunji, The Wettest Place on Earth
Kamakhya: Temple of the Menstruating Goddess
Brahmaputra: Tranquility in Turbulence
When Kama, the god of love, gets burnt to ashes