The cold chases meStalks like an obsessive loverCatching me off-guardWhile I try to relaxIn the holiday season It shrouds mewhen I’m least awareBites my bonesChilling my insides & outsidesMaking my skin crawlSending the shivers down my spineTill I weaponise myself with blanketsAnd a hot tea. Picture taken in 2018, please travel responsibly and safely.
The winter Gods have unleashed their snow demons,The demons play with ice and winds,Unaware of the bone-chilling amongst the fragile humans,And laughing at the monochrome around!
Narmada river is accorded the same status in Madhya Pradesh as The Ganges is accorded in the northern states. “Maa Narmada” is the preferred goddess for the people here.This picture was taken at the Maheshwar Narmada ghat on the last day of Shraadh in 2019. I really wish the ghat was cleaner. Please travel responsibly…
These pigeons and crows will always photobomb me, wherever I go.Have you ever faced photo bombing onslaught from pigeons? The caption is written on a lighter note. Picture taken in 2019, please travel responsibly and safely.
Book review alert 🚨- The first four books of The Wheel of Time Series. If you persist enough to read the second book titled “The Great Hunt” and love it, then there is no turning back for you. From the second book onwards, the complex plot gradually unfolds, the characters get through massive changes and…
And what a life this ageless tree hasWaiting for the snow to freeze it’s exteriorAwaiting the blazing sun to nourish it’s swaying leavesWaiting for the trekkers for solitary picturesAnd ultimately waiting for death for decades. Picture taken in 2018, please travel responsibly and safely.
Turn around, but do not forget that evening ray of light waiting to illuminate you.
Unspoken calm beauty in sunsets. Spotted at the sun set point, Lal Tibba. Picture taken in 2018, please travel responsibly and safely.
When magnificent Madhya Pradesh brought a smile on our faces. Picture taken in 2019, please travel responsibly and safely.
Whenever we travelled in India in the pre-covid times, we always searched for roti-dal-chawal-sabzi options cooked in the local way as much as we could. Here is one instance of our stay in Kavratti, Lakshwadweep where our lunch had the staple plus a piece of chicken cooked in South Indian style and of course tuna…