Planning a tour for us is equally exciting as the tour itself. Our journey begins when we start to discuss about our tour. Planning itinerary to selecting homestay or hotels everything comes with an agenda for discussion. Convincing a grown-up daughter about the homestay is a challenge. Usually, we prefer homestays wherever possible. Our experience with… Continue reading Kerala – Our Own Country
Laghuraj Swami, a Jain monk and foremost devotee of Gandhiji’s Spiritual Guru and enlightened soul Shrimad Rajchandra (1867 - 1901, a disciple of Lord Mahavira) had set up Agas Ashram in 1920. This was the first Ashram later named after Shrimad Rajchandra. Presently there are many such ashrams in India named after Shrimad Rajchandra. This… Continue reading The First Shrimad Rajchandra Ashram
Royal Caribbean Cruise from Singapore was our first Cruise experience. We were on the cruise for 3 days. In Singapore, Cruise starts from two port centers - Harbourfront, which is also a Metro Station (MRT) for Sentosa and Universal Studio, and Marina Bay Port. Our Cruise was from Marina Bay Port. There are many travel… Continue reading Singapore Cruise – Vegetarians beware !
Singapore, an island city-state off southern Malaysia, is a global financial center with a tropical climate and multicultural population. Singapore gained independence as the Republic of Singapore (remaining within the Commonwealth of Nations) on 9 August 1965 with Lee Kuan Yew as the prime minister and Yusof bin Ishak as the president. Singapore has a total area… Continue reading Our visit to beautiful Singapore
Delhi - The Capital City Arrival of Delhi - Sansad MargWe the couple in action. Rashtrapati Bhavan - Distant View The reception area of Rashtrapati Bhavan. All ex-Presidents of India Shopping at Rashtrapati Bhavan - The Mug Rashtrapati Bhavan - Entrance Entering the famous Chandani Chowk Area The Lassi with toppings Kulfi in the Making… Continue reading Delhi – Limited
When Bahubali mania is gripping the country, it is the time to know about the original Bahubali, the history character. The literal meaning of the word Bahubali is a person with strong arms. Bahubali was the son of the first Jain tirthankara Adinath/Rishabhdev. He was the younger brother of Chakravartin King Bharata. According to Jains… Continue reading Bahubali, The Original
Ladakh is not about writing, it's about seeing and experiencing. Northeastern part of Indian state Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh has snow, desert, mountains, rivers, Northeastern part of Indian state Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh has snow, desert, mountains, rivers, lakes and even highest motorable road in the world known as Khardung La. This is at 18300… Continue reading Ladakh – The Jewel of India
This was a beautiful road journey of about 350 km from Mumbai to Ganapatipine in Konkan region in Maharashtra. Roads from Mahad onward towards Ganapatipule are awesome. View from Vasishtha Point en route from Mumbai to Ganapatipule near Chiplun. See passing of Konkan railway train. Museum worth visiting @ Ganapatipule Ganapatipule Ratnagiri Coastal Road. View… Continue reading Beautiful Konkan – Ganapatipule