A spritual Journey to BodhgayaA spritual Journey to Bodhgaya
IndiaSpiritual India

A spiritual journey to Bodhgaya – The land of Buddha

“The root of suffering is attachment.”- Gautam Buddha Buddhism is the 4th largest religion in the world having almost 7% of the world’s population as followers. Devotees in Bodhgaya Temple But as every big plant has grown out of a small seed, this strong and flourishing community, too founded by a young man named Siddharta Gautama who lived in the...

China Peak Trek NainitalChina peak Trek Nainital

China Peak Trek -  An Underrated must-visit trail in Nainital

I had just stepped out of a bus from Delhi and was standing right in the middle of the famous mall road of Nainital, beholding the gorgeous mammoth lake in front me and wondering what to do and where to go? Photo From Unplash It was my first solo trip and surprisingly had this audacity to explore a place absolutely...

River Rafting in RishikeshRiver Rafting in Rishikesh

What it feels like doing river rafting in Rishikesh 3 times?

I still remember the time when I was at the river rafting point in Leh. The salesman there was asking me to book a slot profusely, I was like, “Bro, I have done the river rafting in Rishikesh, No way I am going to ruin my experience of this adrenaline activity, here”. River Rafting in Rishikesh I believe river rafting...

Kedarkantha trek best winter trek in IndiaKedarkantha trek best winter trek in India

Kedarkantha trek – Exploring the most famous winter snow trek In India

Every trek in Himalaya is special in its own way, no matter which you choose to ascend to. Because anyhow (1) it gives us a dose of nature which we usually lack in the cities, (2) an opportunity to stretch our physical as well as psychological limits. But what makes a trek better over the others is, the scenery you...


What distinguishes a traveler from a tourist?

For a very long period of time, I had this notion that the one who visit places is a traveler. And why on earth I would have thought otherwise? because this is what I had been taught as a child and this is what I had listened while growing up from all the people around. Fortunately, as I grew up...

A boy from mountainA boy from mountain

A Boy From The Mountains

It had been just three grueling km’s and I was prickling in the midst of this uncharted trail of humongous Himalaya.  As far as alpinism is concerned, I was not a tenderfoot. I crisscrossed Himalaya quite often. But that day was mortifying, I was short on breathe and nobody seemed to appear in the distant sight. While I was cursing...

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5 lessons People From The Mountain Can Teach Us About Life

Sir, It seems you are developing AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) symptoms. Before it takes over you, let me prepare you some homemade remedy to ease down your nauseousness. A guy, who was also the caretaker of the homestay I was staying in, had told me when I was laying on a bed in sheer inconvenience, totally uncertain whether I would...

Budget friendly places to visit in North IndiaBudget friendly places to visit in North India

11 beautiful budget-friendly places to visit in North India

I have spent seven years of my life, living in a single room apartment in the east side of Delhi. India Gate Delhi To say, within Delhi itself, there are plenty of places like Qutub Minar, Lotus temple, Red Fort, India Gate, Akshardham, Raj Ghat, Hauz Khas Village, and Jama Masjid, you can visit to calm down your travel addiction....

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