Showing posts from June, 2011

Entering a new milestone

It just feels like yesterday when I stepped out of my teens and entered the 20s bracket. And a decade has just flown by. I found myself entering a new milestone since yesterday.

They say you are as old as you feel you are. And its absolutely right. With a positive mindset everything looks radiant around you. I have never felt fitter, more enthusiastic towards life. The zest begins to continue as I thrive to explore more places, develop the new sport I am learning and keep reading books that would improve my perspective towards things.

Life just looks brighter as you realize you have a lot of things to look forward to.

Traveler's list

Travelling to a new place opens your mind out to a completely different world. Whether its within the Indian subcontinent or in foreign shores, one gets to meet interesting people from varied backgrounds and also learn a lot from the same. Some places offer an exciting adrenalin rush as well which makes it even more thrilling for adventure lovers.

As I just got back from a trip to Kashmir, I realized how much of India is left unexplored. There are several beautiful places to see within this subcontinent itself.

1. Leh: Though it may not be as beautiful as Kashmir, it is definitely worth making a trip here. Especially when it involves a stopver at Kargil which is bound to make every Indian feel patriotic.

2. Meghalaya: The northeastern part of India is yet to be explored by many. Due to its inaccessibility factor perhaps it has put off many people from even considering that as a tourist venture. However it is an upcoming destination highly recommended by a few who have managed to explo…

More of Kashmir


Kashmir-The Colour of Paradise

We just got back from Kashmir after a week's holiday. As we set foot there it was nothing but breathtaking beauty that welcomed us.

We visited Srinagar first and had a wonderful experience of residing in a Houseboat and a Shikara ride on Dal Lake. We got a glimpse of the lovely Mughal gardens which were blooming with flowers of different kinds. It made us realize why the Mughal emperor Jahangir called it the land of Eternal Spring.

We also visited places like Sonmarg, Gulmarg and Pahalgam. Each place was beautiful in its own way. These places offer horse riding options. Gulmarg possesses the highest cable car in the world which takes you up 13000 ft above sea level. It is also known for winter sports like skiing and ice-skating.

We learnt a lot during this trip. We met the Kashmiri locals who yearn for more tourists to visit their wonderland. The past political turbulence has affected Tourism to a large extent. However it’s extremely safe now. And we met the Indian army Jawans as wel…

Fathers day

A dad is someone who shines with pride when you succeed,and has faith in you even when you fail. Heres to all our loving dads. Happy Father's day!

World Environment Day

'Only when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realise we cannot eat money.' Do your bit and preserve nature. Save the Environment.

In honour of World Environment Day today.