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To the Summit and beyond

Late September last year, I ventured out to the highlands of Ladakh in Jammu & Kashmir. I made a journey from Delhi to Leh and back. The goal of the trip was to traverse some of the high Himalayan Mountains of India in the Ladakh region.

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Tawang: A Himalayan Tryst

I sat there the whole time reflecting back on the time spent at this tiny Himalayan hamlet. It was probably the best break to the relentless travel I did over the few days

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Mumbai's Blue Synagogue

Explore Jewish Heritage at Mumbai’s Blue Synagogue

Those of you who know me close enough, know how I love to explore Jewish heritage wherever I visit. Mumbai is no stranger to the Jews. The entire city is dotted with their presence. I was here to find out more about the Blue Synagogue and the Baghdadi Jews. The Jews were scattered from their homeland and spread out to the ends of the earth like the stars in the sky, a prophecy that was said about them thousands of years ago. The fulfillment of this also brought them to the land of unity in diversity in search of a place to rest from persecution.

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Progress in the Grand Scheme of Things: 2017 in Review

Progress in the Grand Scheme of Things: 2017 In Review


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On December 10th, a year ago, I quit my job and took up full-time travel blogging. There have been some really really good times, and some equally bumpy journeys along the way. It really hasn’t been easy. The glamorous world of traveling is nothing that people make it to be. But what those tough times taught me was that I now have even more courage to continue this journey forward, despite the financial situation looking so bleak. After all, it’s the journey that matters at the end and not the destination. Everything is just mere progress in the grand scheme of things.

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Not your typical Bali post: A Photo Story with a twist

Not your typical Bali post: A Photo Story with a twist

In the middle of the month of August this year, I made a trip to a wonderful resort in the hills of Karnataka India. But why would I share about Karnataka with Bali? The resounding theme at the resort was about Bali. Balinese architecture was used in its design and was spread throughout the property and that planted a seed somewhere in my mind. Soon after, flight prices to Bali began to drop and I could feel that a trip to this island could be possible in the not so distant future. Like always, I am on the lookout for more adventures and mystical places to set my foot on. I set a date in my mind for a visit to Bali in Indonesia sometime in 2018 and I quickly forgot about it.

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My Top Adventure Destinations in South East Asia


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Ever since I started traveling, I’ve been looking for exciting adventures that go hand in hand with my travels. My first tryst with adventure in Southeast Asia came with my trip to Thailand. This opened up a wonderful world of adventure ideas and bucket list things to do in Southeast Asia and I can say with surety that it is indeed the best place for adventure junkies like me to escape life and go out of their comfort zone for that adrenaline rush! While staying in plush hotels is a super cool way to unwind for some, I prefer the thrill of the outdoors and returning back to the hotel with a deep sense of satisfaction after a long day of adventure!

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The Sherpas: The Men who carry the mountains

The Sherpas: The Men who carry the mountains


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When Edmund Hillary first climbed Everest and set foot on its peak, there was a little-known guy who was with him sharing the same spot if not higher. Not much was known about him to the outside world though. His name was Tenzing Norgay. A lot has gone down in the mountaineering world since then, mountains climbed, records madeand broken but through them all, this small group of mountain people have been at the cornerstone of almost every success in the Nepal Himalayas. These men are the ones who carry the mountains on their back, the Sherpas.

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Best Hiking Trails in Colorado

Top Hiking Trails in Colorado

Hiking is one of my most favorite hobbies and a huge passion. Having hiked in the Himalayas, the Western Ghats and the Caucasus Mountains, I’m always on the lookout for spots around the world that pique my interest. In search of the highest summits of the world, I’ve been mesmerized by Mt. Denali in Alaska the highest in North America, which is now there on my bucket list. But that’s when I stumbled across a little-known state at least outside of the USA, Colorado.

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2016 Escaping Life

2016: The Year that Was

Through the narrow mountain trails of Nepal up in the Himalayas to the Everest Base Camp, a solo backpacking trip in deeply religious Georgia, a few days in sizzling hot Abu Dhabi, a short transit tour through the island country of Sri Lanka on my way to the land of Unity in Diversity, India.

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To the Summit and beyond

Late September last year, I ventured out to the highlands of Ladakh in Jammu & Kashmir. I made a journey from Delhi to Leh and back. The goal of the trip was to traverse some of the high Himalayan Mountains of India in the Ladakh region.

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Travel Blogger from Kochi, India. An inspired traveler, a travel writer, a photographer, an aspiring mountaineer, a positive thinker and a minimalist.

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