Pink City: Jaipur

  In the year 1727, a beautiful city rose to existence, thanks to the ruler of Amer, Jai Singh II, also after whom, the city was named as Jaipur. Located around 280km from the national capital, New Delhi, this was a perfect place to visit for us, as we had 2days time between two auto... Continue Reading →

The Land of Real Tigers: Tadoba

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (Project) is situated in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra. The reserve is 34km from Chandrapur and 141km from Nagpur. The name of the reserve comes from the name of god "Tadoba" as prayed by the local tribals in the region and the river Andhari which flows through the forest. TATR (in short)... Continue Reading →

League of Spices: Masala Klub

Restaurant: Masala Klub - The Taj West End – Race Course Road, Bengaluru, IN. Tucked deep inside the lush green property of The Taj West End is this pleasant restaurant situated by the garden. Masala Klub, as the name suggests serves wide range of Indian, specifically North Indian and Mughlai cuisine. With white and pink adorning the... Continue Reading →

Capturing the big cats in pixels

Kabini is one place, which is one of my favourites to visit for spotting of the big cats. Being a 4-5hrs travel from Bengaluru, it is nearest place too. This time, we could spot the Tiger Tank Sub-adult Male as well as Udboor Female Leopard. While, we missed spotting the Blackie (black Panther). Below are... Continue Reading →

A trip of a Sweet Tooth

When one is working in the food industry, an exploratory trip is a blend of business and pleasure! So was this trip of mine. Starting with the 1st destination, Chandigarh, IN. Gopal's: A very well known chain of sweets and savories brand serving wide range of sweets, chats, quick bites and other savories. Our bites... Continue Reading →

Indonesian Hindu Island: Bali

Sometimes, when everything makes you so happy, you just fall short of words, to even start talking about it. That is the exact feeling I'm having now, days after I have returned from Bali. With memories so fresh, like a freshly brewed coffee, the trip to this wonderful island gives and enchanting experience. My trip... Continue Reading →

Jim Corbett of the South: Kabini

Kabini Forest Reserve comprises of the South East part of the Nagarahole National Park. It is one one of the easily accessible wildlife destination and is now even more popular for the sightings of Tigers, Leopards and Panthers. The reserve is 75km away from Mysuru and 230km from Bengaluru. KFR is known for its rich... Continue Reading →

Mountain of broad base: Tadiandamol

Tadiandamol is the highest mountain of Kodagu district, Karnataka, India (elevation: 1,748m; 5,735ft). It is the third highest peak in Karnataka. The name Tadiandamol literally means largest base mount (thadi = broad, large, huge; anda = belonging to in Kodava; mol = hill, base, peak). Transportation: The Base point (Kakabe) is 35km from Madikeri, 27km from Virajpet.... Continue Reading →

The land of ‘Jasmine of the hills’: Kodachadri

Kodachadri is a mountain peak (elevation: 1,343m; 4,406ft), located in the Shivamogga District. It is 10th highest peak in Indian state of Karnataka. The name comes from native word "Kodacha" which means hill of Kutaja flowers and "Adri" a Sanskrit word means mountain, both combined together coined the word Kodachadri. Kutaja in Sanskrit means Girimallika... Continue Reading →

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