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Villages

Savouring Chhattisgarh Slowly

Savouring Chhattisgarh Slowly

My sojourn in Chhattisgarh has been the longest anywhere so far. I had done an indefinite trip through Sikkim and Darjeeling a few years back. But, exploring this extremely underrated state of central India, for the last couple of months, at my own pace is […]

My Solo Adventure In South Australia – BAROSSA VALLEY

My Solo Adventure In South Australia – BAROSSA VALLEY

Perhaps South Australia is the best place for solo travel. My solo adventure in South Australia – Barossa Valley was my first taste of solo travel abroad, ever. I went to Adelaide and Barossa Valley all alone. So, was the experience any different from my solo […]

My Peek Into Padavedu

My Peek Into Padavedu

Padavedu is one of the sustainable villages of India. My fascination for rural charms takes me to different villages in India. That being said, I love cities, too. To put it aptly, I’d say cities are my home and villages are ‘picnic’ for me. I […]

The ‘Orchids’ Village

The ‘Orchids’ Village

I am a kind of person who loves the ‘fairy-tale’ side of life. I like the small cute houses, pretty backyards, sunshine, flowers and butterflies. In short, I am a dreamer. Being a city-dweller, I am used to a certain way of living. I am […]

The ‘Secret’ Lake

The ‘Secret’ Lake

I LOVE lakes. So, when my host at Kettle Valley told me about Bhangzang Salamander Lake, I jumped at the idea of visiting it. Interestingly, one has to hike downhill to reach the lake and it takes around two to three hours of walk. It’s […]

12 Reasons To Escape To Villages

12 Reasons To Escape To Villages

I’m absolutely fascinated by a countryside life. For a townie like me, it’s like slipping into a different world. The quiet of nature, the lushness of flora, and the rusticity of living – all of it mingled together exudes something very potent for a traveller. […]

Nagda – Rajasthan’s Rural Gem

Nagda – Rajasthan’s Rural Gem

Nagda is a beautiful small village, situated 24 km away from Udaipur. It’s a place that silently brags about Rajasthan’s ethnic legacy and Aravallis’ enchanting beauty. I must confess that I always pictured Rajasthan as a dry land with just forts and deserts to its […]