Drayang- The Dark Secret of Bhutan

“Where is Drayang” One of my friends kept asking the locals, hoping someone would guide us in the right direction, after we painstakingly searched for it for over an hour. I read about Drayang on one of my fellow friend Abhinav Singh’s Travel Blog and the story somehow amazed me to an extent that it was obvious…

A Comprehensive Guide to Explore Thimphu, Bhutan

Thimphu impressed me beyond my imagination and the first thing which amazed me was its perfect fusion of the new and old world charm, which very much remains a part of this city magnetism. While walking through the streets of Thimphu, I couldn’t ignore to notice the new commercial enthusiasm which has hit the city…

A Comprehensive Guide to Explore Paro, Bhutan

The picturesque Paro valley is counted amongst the greenest valley of Bhutan and the international airport of the country is located here due to its wide area. This heart of Bhutan is surrounded by the fertile rice fields and serene Paro River (Pa Chu) which flows down the valley. It’s also one of the best…

Exploring the Golden Fort of Jaisalmer

I guess the best way to explore a place fully is either you start early, ditching the crowd or by foot. No doubt that kind of experience you counter this way are far better and different from the otherwise leisure travel. I did a mix of both in the golden city of Jaisalmer and I…

Curious Case of Kodinhi: The Twin Town of India

The best stories are heard from the road and I can vouch for it totally The mention of Kodinhi was a chance conversation between me and a lady I met during my train journey towards Bangalore early this year. Honestly what she told me about this village left me surprised as well as in awe…

The Kung Fu Nuns- Know Them !

The sun barely touched ground and morning sky is yet to show but the path at Druk Amitabha Nunnery in Kathmandu, Nepal is already filled with the roaring sounds of drums. It’s barely 5 AM but the nuns at the nunnery are already practicing Kung Fu which can be heard in the little cries of…