6 Reasons to watch #Padman

With this, my movie weekend comes to an end ! Here is a quick review so that I don’t get too busy or lazy to put it up.  6. Innocence The movie is shot in a village scene obviously where 97% people are shown to be excessively conservative and the rest 3% slightly open headed….

#MyNewYearGoals 2018 – Pick one or more if you like !

You know how on some nights you sleep like a baby and you are completely oblivious to what’s happening outside because all you can care about is your own little happy world ? And then there are nights when you can’t stop thinking about the miseries in the world, what will happen if you wake…

The Journey of Chai – From Medicine to Magic

Did you wake up craving for the familiar smell of the cup of steaming tea? Tea (Chai in Hindi) – This little name which takes less than a second to pronounce and hardly 5 or less minutes to get prepared, originated in China as a ‘medicinal drink’. Yes you read that right. Like fire, the…

A Chance Encounter With Camfee

Sometimes in the middle of a dowie routine, when we wake up to see the regular sun and one more passing day and get on with life without too many expectations & surprises, something happens. We go to the same place we have been before, see the same things and meet the same people, and…

Humans of Pushkar

Nature, river streams, meadows, one feels the need to fall back on them like running to a lover’s arms after a long hard day. But stop walking, pause and ask yourself, do you always need nature to feel calm and peaceful inside ? Sometimes, while walking on a crowded street full of strangers and weirdos,…

8 Ways To Bouteille Up Your Home This Diwali

When Diwali is knocking at our doors, we seek a clean house, new clothes, meeting our long lost friends and loved ones, in short – light up our lives. Though bottling up emotions and things for too long is strictly prohibited, but one name is bottling up lights and definitely igniting homes with its sheer…

8 Reasons Why You Need To Visit Chitkul On Your Next Holiday

Chitkul – a name that could be mixed up with the Hindi, rather Mumbaiya word ‘Chilkut’ (Meaning a small irrelevant thing) and together they can make a great tongue twister, are two words that are poles apart. Wrapped in the snow-peaked fathomless hills on a height of 11,000 feet, Chitkul is the last inhabited village…

Why we need to go back to eating on a leaf ?

Who doesn’t like to get all touristy and check everything as an experience while traveling ? Anyhow, being a North Indian, I have grown up seeing food being served in pattals (plates made with sal or banyan tree leaves), hence the tradition of food on banana leaf in Kerala doesn’t surprise me but makes me…