Short story(folk tale)- why Khasi people eat Betelnut(Tamol) in Meghalaya

If you are traveling in Meghalaya, you will find a lot of people eating betel nut & If you are in conversation with a khasi, you will definitely get an offer to eat betelnut behind which they have a very interesting story. Once upon a time, there were two friends. One was very rich and … Continue reading Short story(folk tale)- why Khasi people eat Betelnut(Tamol) in Meghalaya

Short story from Tripura , India

Tripura is one of the oldest princely states of India. It is said to be ruled continuously by 184 kings before merging into India. Tripura was one of the states which didn't join India union after independence and continued to be ruled by king Bir Bikram Kishore. Later during the same year of independence(1947), the … Continue reading Short story from Tripura , India

Short Story from Varanasi , India

So during my India tour, I somehow went into one of the famous Aakhada(wrestling area) in Varanasi. As usual, I started clicking photos of wrestlers in action without taking permission of any one of them After a while one of the wrestlers(2nd one from the right who is also state champion) asked me to click … Continue reading Short Story from Varanasi , India

Roadtrip to bhutan and northeast

42,000km in 450 days (12,000km , 150 days and 8000 words for Northeast India and Bhutan) across India on royal enfield with mobile camera

Namastey, After travelling 30,000 km in 300 days, I finally decided to quit my job. I had been working for IBM (taken work from home option) and traveling across country for first 300 days. I didn't inform my managers and other team member about the same while I was on bike ride across country till … Continue reading 42,000km in 450 days (12,000km , 150 days and 8000 words for Northeast India and Bhutan) across India on royal enfield with mobile camera

Bullet Points – Exploring the beautiful Andhra Pradhesh

I am in love with Andhra Pradesh. After spending 4 awesome days at Hyderabad, we decided to spend our Diwali on road. It seemed like a stupid decision. But one after another, we kept on passing by tiny villages, where all the houses were lit up with nothing but diyas, was a delight to watch. … Continue reading Bullet Points – Exploring the beautiful Andhra Pradhesh