Graduating in lockdown: A story of a student in India

Hey Everybody, I am excited to tell you that I collaborated with Sam who runs the blog onechancetoseetheworld.com. It is a part of ‘Life in Lockdown’ series, aims to provide a glimpse into the lives of people around the world during this pandemic. He has collaborated with several fellow bloggers from across the world. Namaste!…

Shared Taxis & Sunsets — The Goat Village, Nag Tibba, Uttarakhand ’20

– Part Two of the First Solo Trip Series –

As I took a seat on the tea stall’s bench at 9:15 am on 29th February 2020 with a rucksack and a backpack. One thing kept running in my mind. I had some unexpected adventures come my way in the past few days, and I was looking forward…

Bus Journeys & Beautiful Views — TGV Escape, Kanatal, Uttarakhand ’20

– Part One Of The First Solo Trip Series –

I am 21-years old, and one thing that I have checked off on my bucket list is taking a solo trip!! I have meant to make one for a while now, which obviously did not work out. I never thought it would happen this way (you will find out how), but I am glad it did, no matter what…

Bidding Good-Bye: The Year At A Glance, Hello 2020!

It is that time of the year again when you make resolutions hoping to follow them and failing desperately, maybe? Well, not all of you! There might be a few who actually successfully make their way through fulfilling the resolutions. I have usually fallen in the first category, but then again things change, don’t they? I am hoping so…

Mumbai 2.0 – An After Thought ’19.

What was Mumbai like? It is so hard to explain or even describe it in words. It was a rollercoaster ride of emotions and quite overwhelming, to be honest. It has been exactly two weeks since I am back and I started writing this particular post when I was on the train, on my way back to New Delhi…..

Experiencing Theatre at Prithvi – Mumbai, Maharashtra ’19.

Built in the memory of Prithviraj Kapoor by Shashi Kapoor and his wife Jennifer Kapoor, Prithvi Theatre is one of Mumbai’s best know theatres. The theatre which opened in 1978 has been a significant and an iconic place in the history of Bollywood.

Welcome to Bombay ’19!

On Thursday, 20th June 2018, I completed more like survived one whole week in Bombay (actually Mumbai). I can see why this city is called ‘the city of dreams’. I always thought Mumbai was not much different than Delhi. Actually, it is very different.

Life’s a Merry-Go-Round!

“So, madam that’s what happened.”
After a moment of silence, he continued, “We are struggling to make ends meet.” Deepak didn’t usually go around telling people his life story….