Hey guys, today I’ll be sharing about our road trip to Ladakh which was nothing less than the stuff of dreams! We covered some iconic landmarks, scenic drives, saw hidden gems, drove at the world’s highest motorable pass! It was absolutely exhilarating and a road trip like no other! It was a total of 15 days Road trip which got over in a blink of an eye!
Pro Tip- For a road trip to Ladakh, the preferable months are June to September being summer season and you’re less likely to find snow on the highways.
Hey guys, hope you’re doing well. I’m back with another post and today I’ll take you to one of the most prestigious places of India, which is none other than the Rashtrapati Bhawan, one of the biggest presidential residences in the world! I’ve to admit, I was awestruck by its sheer grandeur while soaking in its architectural beauty and extraordinary charm!
Hey guys, it’s been a hot minute since I posted here anything. I’m back with a delicious regional and traditional recipe from my hometown Jammu & Kashmir. I’ve shared the detailed video on my YouTube channel of not only Ambal (yellow pumpkin) but Rajma as well which is a popular combination back in Jammu. Abmal is a Dogri dish, a sweet and sour pumpkin curry which is often cooked in weddings in the Jammu region. I’m yet to meet anyone who doesn’t love this delicious tangy dish.
Hey guys, we recently travelled to this amazing city, Agra. It was on our bucket list for quite sometime and I’m so happy we could finally make it. Agra, no doubt is known for the iconic Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world and we were taken aback to see it’s sheer grandeur. But you know there is much more to this city than just the Taj Mahal. So let me take you to all these beautiful places through this article and show this charming old city.
Helloooo people! How’ve you been? So after countless DMs, emails, messages on how I edit my photos, I’m all excited to spill the beans. I also remember asking you on my Instagram stories and how you wanted me to cover this one asap! You don’t have to be a professional photographer but must know the basic clicking and the art of editing, because that’s where the magic lies, right? Well, you’d get to know as you read further. Though, it can be quite daunting at the onset but with practice you can get the hang of it and trust me once you learn it, there’s no looking back.
So after getting locked in for about eight long months, road trip to the ‘Golden City’ Jaisalmer came in our lives like a blessing! Mere imagining ourselves on the highway with music on, uninterrupted snacking and fun along the way was giving us thrills! Come on, we all know how travelling started to seem like a distant dream during the lockdown. So, when it happened we were bound to go berserk. Moreover, the boy’s moving orders had come and we were to move to a new location so we didn’t want to leave without exploring the neighbourhood.
It’s been a hot minute since I shared anything on the blog. The erratic internet connectivity wasn’t letting me and more than that I was savouring life’s different flavours, slowly and mindfully. This pandemic is a blessing in disguise which is allowing me to embrace the old school existence. The household chores do get a little (read extremely) heavy at times but that’s what life is; we can either make a fuss about it or do things happily. So, I’ve been learning about slow living and minimalist lifestyle for about three years now and I’m so glad that I’ve been able to make some conscious life changes which are helping me live mindfully and less on autopilot mode.
Travel! Did you say travel? How does it feel like? Don’t we all feel the same these days? It’s been centuries ago that we travelled anywhere! I mean who’d have ever thought that something like this would occur, it’s so unreal, straight out of a sci-fi movie, isn’t it? Unfortunately, it’s true and all we have right now are the memories of all the adventures and travels that we took once upon a time, sigh! There’s no secret that COVID-19, the global pandemic has turned our lives upside down, upended businesses especially the travel & hospitality industry, shattered economies, made people lose their jobs affecting their livelihood, with countries going back by so many years and what not!