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Serenity in the Forests of Tadoba

We all search for that place that can bring you inner peace. That can be the place to sit outside on the steps of the verandah, gazing into infinity, eyes closed in reverence. For us that place will forever be the wild, stunning jungles of India. Their whispered stories are our salvation. As we drive…

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The Butter Tea Encounter

A trip around the ladakh region in India always leaves you with great memories, photographs and some interesting stories to share. Here we share one such encounter with the butter tea of ladakh. The Stok Village is a wonderfully peaceful location on the outskirts of Leh. Hikers use this village as base to climb up…

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Kinnaur & Spiti Valley: The Sounds of Silence

“This is a brief life, but in its brevity, it offers us some splendid moments, some meaningful adventures.”                                                                                                                      ― Rudyard Kipling As we sat on the shore of the placid lake, a comfortable silence engulfed our beings. Just a few days ago, amidst the irascible urban chaos that ruled my life, I had caught…

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Ladakh-The Revelations of The Zanskar Valley

“The inhalation of fresh air is like a tonic for the soul, awakening each sense and energizing it with  renewed vigor, raising it to a level of consciousness that reflects supreme awareness” There are no easy days in the city. If you sit carefree and have a cup of tea to relish few moments of peace, the prickly conscience makes…

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Tiger, Tiger; On The Prowl!

This summer we chose to visit the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh, Central India. We planned this wildlife trip with a desire to see the tiger and spend some time in the jungle after our successful visits at Pench & Tadoba – Andhari Tiger Reserves 18 months ago. The seeds of wildlife safaris in…

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That little Inner Voice

It’s a void. A feeling of emptiness you feel when you finish reading a good book, a book in which you have identified with the ups and downs of the character as he goes through his life. Unfortunately for me, I get under the skin of the character. I fall in love when he falls…

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On the Bright side of 40!

I was almost surprised that I made it till 40. Since childhood I always used to look at 40 year olds as ‘olds’. I was sure that’s about the age at which your bones start to crackle, secretions dry up, tears well up and flow at slightest provocation and you need a stick to walk around and “Soda Glasses” for the dimmed vision.  The narrow arteries of the feeble heart muscle will choke up from all the greasy stuff I ate till date and the only way forward would be to write my will. Not that I have much to give away, but if you consider this blog to be…

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A Slice Of Life In Goa!

The first thing you feel when you tighten your seat belts on a flight to Goa is a deep sense of core happiness, especially since no one on a flight to Goa looks unhappy. You know you deserve to be on this flight as the past few weeks have been crazy busy and a weekend…

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It’s time to be “FROZEN”!!

“Let it go, let it go, Can’t hold it back anymore, let it go, let it go, Turn my back and slam the door And here I stand, and here I’ll stay, Let it go, let it go, the cold never bothered me anyway” These are perfect lines to describe an attitude that is required to be happy in these modern times.  These lines from an academy award winning song “Let it go” sung by one of the most renowned and talented singer/performers on Broadway, Idina Menzel. The movie Frozen, showcases this song as the turning point in the story. The song has a really interesting feel and rhythm to…

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Live Life Like “Master Chef Australia”!!

In recent times I have rarely seen a program  on television that oozes so much positive energy as Master Chef Australia (MCA) does. It’s an out and out thrilling experience to watch it. An institution such as MCA sends out all the right signals to its viewers and leaves you salivating for much more. I had never imagined myself getting hooked onto it. I realized I am waiting for the grand finale of MCA more than I did for the ODI world cup finals in cricket. And that’s a big statement for me to make. I want you all to be very clear as you read this further that I…

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Adapt, Learn, Train & Visualize!!

Rohit Brijnath writes about the batting genius of Rahul Dravid, “His batting is not, for some, immediately appealing; it is like some paintings, it requires a second look, a considered appreciation. Soon its beauty is revealed, its simple elegance, its clean, classical lines, its divorce from awkwardness, its stylish symmetry. He plays to his own wondrous sheet music”. I found these lines perfect to describe hard working, elegance personified Rahul Dravid. For me, he is a perfect example of a man who is playing a team role. He had his back against the wall; and he overcame that and become known as “The Wall”.  “To India’s enormous fortune, when a…

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