Think.. Think.. Think - Pierce that bubble Boredom is not tragic. It helps us understand time, and ourself. Boredom is a clean slate. Being bored is escapism — it’s a mental state that we choose to avoid self-reflection and it is a powerful tool that invites you to rethink your relationship with the world. Now-a-days we all … Continue reading Privilege Of A Free Mind
Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve This is an informative blog to plan a trip to Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve. There are multiple websites listed on name of Jim Corbett and information available on web. All you have to know about their official website and how they organize Forest safaris. Website: First thing to note is the … Continue reading Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve – A Wilderness To Experience!
With the hype of social media usage, people are fascinated of taking 21/40/60 day challenges to change a habit. Before starting such challenges, evaluate yourself. Am I doing this for myself or to show case the world? What would you like to achieve by doing the challenge? The intention plays major role here as it's … Continue reading Relax, it’s a healthy choice!
Being a traveler, I always crave for road less traveled to avoid tourists and rat races. After stayed in Meghalaya for a week's long time, visiting and trekking many destinations, there comes the final destination to least explored place, Laitlum Canyon. This was one perfect closure to my journey in Meghalaya as one can always … Continue reading A Bird’s Eye View of East Khasi Hills – Laitlum Canyon
These were the pre monsoon dry days (early June) with no Trek's or trips happening around and don't have budget to travel North 🤷. Life becomes dull when you are not with nature for long! When desperation reaches the saturation point, one will end up in Jugaad. With all my effort, figured out and booked … Continue reading Kudremukh – A place of self realisation
This is an extension to my first blog post about ankle injury (Roller Coster Ride) and in the current post, I am tapping the first phase of my rehabilitation. After 4 weeks from surgery, physiotherapy started. With all interest to recover faster, I took home visits on daily basis. This continued for 3 weeks to … Continue reading A rainbow in my cloudy days!
The only lesson in school I followed thoroughly and touched my heart deeply is a lesson describing the beauty of Kashmir (By Nayini Krishnakumari, Kashmira Darshanam) in Telugu subject. The narration and the mesmerizing beauty of Kashmir captured the attention of most natorious girl (it's me here 😀) who hardly bares attention to any topics. … Continue reading Jammu & Kashmir – A Childhood Dream