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Although the United Arab Emirates has seven emirates, Indians mostly seem to be in love with Dubai and Abu Dhabi. One of the uncovered gems is Ras al Khaimah. Located the mouth of the Arabian gulf in the Northern part of UAE, Ras al Khaimah was an important trading...read more
The Mayans are one of the oldest and most intriguing of old world races. Centered around the Yucatan valley, the Mayans spread out across the central and South America and created some of the most beautiful architecture that world ever saw. Now before I take you on a...read more
Rudyard Kipling described Pisco as, “the highest and noblest product of the age,” and “composed of cherubs’ wings, the glory of tropical dawn, the red clouds of sunset, and fragments of lost masterpieces by dead poets”. It is very rare that a single drink encompasses...read more
Although I may be a sucker for medieval age forts, there is nothing better than a place of worship to learn about the history and the culture of the country. For Abu Dhabi, what place to start discovering other than the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque? This humongous mosque...read more
The royal families of Rajasthan led a lavish life indeed. With magnanimous forts, colourful jewellery and stories of valour, the Rajputana were one of the most prominent ruling clans of the world. The colours and culture of the Rajputana empire still endures in...read more
The raucous city life is strenuous on your nerves. Escaping into the wildlife sounds like a good idea. Doesn’t it? But traveling into the wildlife shouldn’t be bereft of luxury. This is what Singinawa Jungle Lodge provides you with. As my Indigo Airlines flight...read more
Honeymooners are besotted with the picturesque islands of Maldives. We, as a couple weren't different. Right from the moment we landed in the capital city of Male, we fell in love with the islands. But our love extended to more than what met the eye. Running a food...read more
Our first trip to Malaysia and our first stop on the road in Penang. The story behind the formation of Penang is a heart wrenching tale of imperialistic ambition and Western European trickery. Located in the straights of Malacca, this small island acted as a stop for...read more
The most happening ones….
A bustling little bistro has opened up in Select CITYWALK and we are going bonkers over it. Famished after some retail therapy, I wanted to indulge in soul food; the kind that loves you back in all the right ways. I knew I had hit the right spot when I stumbled upon...read more
Yin and Yang describe how seemingly opposite or contrary forces may actually be complementary, interconnected, and interdependent in the natural world, and how they may give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another. Yin is feminine, black, dark, north,...read more
They say that researching for an article takes you places. So while compiling the best places to eat North Eastern food in Delhi, I chanced upon the Nagaland's Kitchen in Green Park. Situated in the old Upahaar cinema complex, the restaurant has a twin style ambiance....read more
Eating out has become quite a complicated act nowadays. My dad during his residency days at AIIMS used to be a regular at his neighboring Chinese restaurant Daitchi along with a few North Indian restaurants. With the implosion of restaurants all over Delhi in the...read more