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A Flashback to discovering the ‘City Nomad’ in me

It was quite a pleasant response from your end as I got a whole lot of positive vibes from all of you out there. I totally thank you all from the core of my heart..& here, I am!! back to live up to all your excitements and expectations about this new concept of being a ‘City Nomad’ and ‘Wandering on the Streets’ Well, to make ...

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A Photo Vista: A Gem Wrapped in a Forest Foliage, Jawhar.

As I flip through the pages of a fairytale, I reminiscent my childhood memories of admiring the palaces standing tall and wide atop the mountains, the long alleys past the forest wildernesses, the baked-brick walls, the ancient carvings and much more such adornments! Every craving since then has rolled up before me to not miss out on any chance to explore a palace whenever I get ...

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An abode of the Menstruating Goddess & other Secrets: Kamakhya

While the train sped by the Brahmaputra river bridge; rubbing my sleepy eyes; I peeked out of my window pane to soothe myself in the misty dawn light, crumbling myself in a form of a shell and wrapping the thick warm shawl, I stepped out of the train to feel the intensity of the sunrise. Apart from being a chaser of Sunrises and Sunsets, this ...

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Capturing glimpses of Gujarat & Rajasthan : A Road Trip

Jai Shri Krishna (premier greeting in Gujarati) & Khammagani (hello in Rajasthani) Gujarat is a dry state not only in terms of weather but also when it comes to Non-Vegetarian food and Liquor, however, one can find non-veg in international food joints like KFC, Mc.Donalds etc. Traversing across two major states of India and then rewinding back to Maharashtra by road was not only adventurous ...

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Exploring the countryside: A Photo Essay

Laying on the couch on a Friday afternoon and welcoming cloudy skies and stormy breezes; the weather just couldn’t be any better for me to caress the Nature and ping back for a long drive. I decided to explore a nearby countryside area which was less than 40 mins drive from my residential area (Vasai). In my 5 years of stay in Vasai, I hadn’t ...

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Far-off from the City hassles, Close to the city, Near to my soul – A Photo Essay

The sky jolts with the loud noise of the thunderstorm. The clouds turn gray. Green is what I see all around. Everything that accompanies me is the croaking of the frogs, brimming of the river waters and the pleasant chirping of the birds as the waterfall adds an amorous score to the panorama. The Sun is somewhere long-lost. It’s late afternoon but I cannot sense ...

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Finding Solace among Tree Canopies

The winter months rolled in, snow started pondering all over the lofty Himalayas, Temperatures started falling off, Sunrises became harsh and Sunsets soother; and I could experience none of these as I was sprawled over the arid winter months of Mumbai where experiencing winter pops out to be stranded. But I’d rather experience mild winters over blubbering about missing snowfalls and snowflakes! So, I decided ...

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Five Things that you’ll cherish about Sabarmati Ashram

A longing for far off destinations and an urge to be on the road took us to Gandhiji’s ashram in Ahmedabad. So to get started; I visited the city of Ahmedabad (Gujarat- a state in the Western part of India)in the summer month of April. It was a road trip which took us exactly 8 hours to reach Ahmedabad; from Vasai (a town in the ...

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