My 10 Best Spice-and-Jasmine Infused Memories of Kerala

I walked into my favorite boutique last week and was fervently welcomed by the owner. She's an elegant lady and her choice collections are the sole reason why I have ever managed to look good at some functions in the past. She was curious where I had disappeared off to. I always knew that she... Continue Reading →

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Thori Si Purani Dilli (‘lil bit of old Delhi)

On the last day of my 2-month stint in India, instead of just wasting it sipping tea, browsing in Anokhi (buying things that would absolutely look out of place anywhere else in the world!), I decided it was finally time to visit the old town of Delhi. It is a bit surprising that I hadn't... Continue Reading →

From Fort Kochi With Love

There is a no greater pleasure for a traveller to find a popular tourist destination deserted of other tourists. I arrived in Kochi from Alleppey on a local KRSTC bus. Thanks to the wonderful staff at Cosy Regency in Alleppey who helped me with precise directions to Fort Kochi and I got there in just... Continue Reading →

Kathakali in Kerala

Apart from the coconut by-products, the South's biggest contribution to Incredible India is its art forms. The minute one thinks of the South part of India, automatically strains of Carnatic music flows through one's ear from an invisible source! If you are traveling through Fort Kochi, I strongly recommend stopping by the Kerala Kathakali Centre and picking... Continue Reading →

Padmanabhapuram Palace

In my ever continuing love affair with palaces, I stopped at the Padmanabhapuram Palace on my way to Kanyakumari. Here’s what I love about the South. They know the importance of preserving their heritage. The palace is beautifully preserved and walking through it actually allows you to transport back in time and feel the grandeur. You... Continue Reading →

At the End of the Road

I sulkily stared out the back window of the air-conditioned car I had hired for the day to Kanyakumari from Kovalam. Because it was a day trip and I wanted to visit the Padmanabhapuram Palace on the way as well, taking public transport was unfeasible time-wise. I was disappointed at how uneventful that leg of the... Continue Reading →

Trivandrum Zoo

I'm not an animal person. I have a phobia of dogs and I hateee cats so you can say I surprised my own self when the one day I had allocated to spend exploring the Trivandrum/Kovalam area, I decided to spend it at the Trivandrum zoo (also known as Thiruvananthapuram Zoo). Maybe I just needed to do something... Continue Reading →

Recycling Kolkata

As my guide and I walked through Kumartuli and the surrounding neighborhood, she explained the residential statuses of the people living in Kolkata. A basic explanation of the hierarchy in Kolkata can be read here. Coming out of the residential area to a road along the Hooghly bank, I saw a line of delivery trucks parked... Continue Reading →

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