The stillness of the mountains was occasionally broken by cars whooshing by. Hairpin bends with road signs along the way, little hutments (some were topped with dish antennas), tube wells, post offices and banks sharing the same wooden, roughly constructed room indicated some degree of urbanization in this hilly area.
Rishikesh is supposed to be the holiest of the holy towns. There are somethings here that you will find in most holy places in India – sadhus, cows, old pilgrims and, of course, lots of temples and ashrams.
Head to the rain-soaked greens of Palakkad, Kerala, this monsoon to be a part of India’s first Ayurveda-based Chef’s Retreat, Healing Recipes–Back to Roots, from 3rd to 6th July, 2017.
With 40 hotels in 23 cities totaling over 4100 rooms and 4500 employees, Lemon Tree Hotels is without a doubt one of India’s fastest growing chain of upscale business and leisure hotels. Keeping up to it its fresh, fun and spirited brand values, this Delhi-based homegrown hotel group, which had started its journey in the year 2002, announced its presence in Sector 60, Gurugram, with its twin properties - Lemon Tree Hotel, Sector 60 and Red Fox Hotel, Sector 60.
A luxury hotel, Fairmont is inspired and infused with the region's rich and storied heritage. The property has been done up with overarching influence of the great Mughal dynasty, and has semblance of a traditional Mughal palace.
A Treasure Trove of Desserts and all things Vintage...!! There have been multiple trips to Mussoorie in my childhood days but this time when I went there, it was a different story altogether. Although the Mall Road is my favourite go-to place whenever I am in Mussoorie but this time I was charmed beyond words... Continue Reading →
Solo travel as a female can be incredibly daunting and that’s not something to be ashamed of. Remember how Kangana Queen Ranaut slayed it while travelling solo and having all the fun?
Among the many memories of Benaras that I shall always cherish are its bustling narrow lanes, people jostling for street food, kiosks selling piping hot tea, fine arts students sketching at the Ganga ghats, a boat ride to bathe off the opposite bank of the river, a visit to Kashi Vishwanath temple and, of course, Laxmi Misthan Bhandar, famous for its mouth-watering Rabdi.