Da Nang is a city where magical realism exists. What makes it special is the chastity in its culture and the geographic diversity that is just so innate, yet so credulous!
Every ghat in Banaras tells a story, all you need to do when you visit these pristine ghats, is to observe the details, fathom the cultural significance and embrace the ancestry and legacy of these relics!
Jaipur is a magical city displaying a vibrant array of colours amid its rosy ancient palaces. A city painted in romantic pink hues might look outlandish in most parts of the world, but here on the edge of the Thar, far away from the west both geographically and philosophically, Jaipur feels eternally poised.
Tucked away in the East Khasi Hills, is a new-fangled city with a contemporary charisma and vintage charm. Nestled in the heart of the mighty peacemaker of our lovely Seven Sisters – Meghalaya, this bustling hill station is also known as the ‘Scotland of the East’!
The real portrait of Ujjain is painted by the diversity of people – the rich, the poor, and the congregation of pilgrims chanting the verses of Mahabharata along every road, temple, and junction!
From the recluse voyagers who sit by the cliffs to the bustle of the town as one approaches the Mahabaleshwar temple, Gokarna gradually orchestrates an assortment of sights and experiences that otherwise, would be hard to find in any other place!
Kutla presents a true spectacle of what the Himalayas are known to present, much like a tableau, a dream come true! It is a place where silences of the woods take you to a paradigm less explored.
In the colossal topography of forests, buttes, coffee plantations, monasteries and narrow roads trying to find their way from one suburb to the other, there lies an unusual aura of carefree, yet jovial disposition in Coorg!
The Harishchandragad trek is intimidating, and certainly not the easiest one; but the experience is perhaps one of the most surreal one!
The renowned English poet, William Blake, famously said: ‘Great things are done when mankind and mountains meet!’ Hands down, without a dispute, Bir-Billing holds up to that reputation!