19 country’s Visa & Immigration experiences on an Indian Passport

Traveling on an Indian passport has always given me panic attacks during visa and immigration processes. Since the Indian passport is not strong (85th rank as on 2020), a nauseated wave of horrid questions of "What if all the documents are not in order? What if I have missed out a photograph?!" has given me anxiety which lead me to writing this blog of Visa & Immigration experiences on an...
a theyyam artist

My “Human by Nature: Kerala’s” experiences

The Spice Coast of India, God's Own Country a.k.a Kerala has always been home to people from across the globe with religion no bar. People from Greece, the U.A.E., Portugal, the Netherlands, China, Rome, France, The U.K. and of course the Indian locals have formed today's harmonious Kerala! A place surrounded by the massive Arabian Sea and a land overshadowed by the Western Ghats in the east...
a woman sitting in harappan civilization ruins

A day in Harappan Civilization (Gujarat)

Metropolitan of the past – My colleague and I visited The Rann of Kutch in continuation to this trip. We extented the trip AFTER Rann of Kutch since this Harappan site is 250 km away from Bhuj and also because we have already come all the way to Bhuj, why not tick this also off the bucket list? Read – My expedition at the Great Rann of Kutch. Our travel plans and cost from Bhuj to Dholavira...
sunrise at white desert

2 days in Rann of Kutch, Gujarat

A vibrant city of tents bursting with colours, celebration, and festivity on sparse white infinite land are a few days that you need in the winter months to relax and travel to a non-cliche place! My friend and I couldn't fathom the excitement and left from Mumbai in an overnight train! Where to book? We visited Rann Utsav website and took a package of 3D2N with a Non Ac Swiss Cottage (Rs. 26480...