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A Rush Of Vermillion And Love

“I never know how to explain them that to a Bengali, religion consists of much more than shouting Jai Shri Ram or pulling down somebody’s mosque. It has little to do with meaningless ritual or sinister political activity. The essence

Trekking Treat at Phool Chatti

Being a travel addict myself, my college days were mostly stuffed with unplanned trips to routes less traveled. The ironic part about these trips was that they were always organized with almost broke pockets. Keeping our individual economic conditions in

The Gorgeous Greens of Garhwal

Of course, it is not that easy being green but the mantra of the world today is to go green, to drape around the globe a mantle of lush verdure so that all those environmental vices could be relegated to

Enrique In Town

You can’t possibly imagine the swell of excitement that took over me when I heard that Enrique is coming to Delhi. Of course he had come eight years back. But I was too little to know who he was and

That Sepia Shaded Page

“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” – Saint Augustine. I have always sweared by these words said by the wise man, and so have my parents. I traveled on land and