India


 

  Instagramming from the window

seat : #dwindowseatproject

 

I am kick-starting this year with a personal project on Instagram called The Window Seat Project. 

 

Instagramming aerial shots of different cities across the globe, images rendering unique perspectives as well as videos captured from the window seat of the plane.

 

Follow my journey and contribute your aerial shots too :)


deorital trek

Konkan's Rayri Kinara : Rural Tourism and Homestays

 

Rayri Kinara is a beautiful breezy coastline comprising of two coastal villages. These quaint villages namely 'Adgaon' and 'Sarve' lie at the protruding tip of the Konkan coastline.

 

We drove through the early morning sunshine on winding roads and some stunning vistas en-route.


deorital trek

Trekking in Uttarakhand Himalayas - Deorital to Chandrashila

The trek begins from a quaint little village called Sari. Sari is situated in Rudraprayag district near Ukhimath and is the base camp for this trek.

 

Amongst the dense pine growth, we were rewarded with the sight of a single cherry blossom tree growing defiantly. Graduated terraced and step-farmed fields are artistically...


Kalametiya beach in Sri Lanka

The Blackbuck Lodge in Velavadar,Gujrat : Into the Wilderness

The Blackbuck Lodge is a 70 acre resort nestled along the Velavadar Blackbuck National Park in Bhavnagar district of Gujrat. The beauty of this place lies in the fact that it is the only standalone property ...

 


Keylong in Ladakh
Stakna Monastery in Leh

Biking to the roof of the world - An epic journey of 25 days,4000kms and only 4 punctures

“The land is so harsh and the passes so numerous, that only the best of friends or the worst of enemies would visit you” – Quote from the Land of passes.


Who visited me on my journey? 

This particular incident or story is on a slightly different tangent unlike those truly dreamy bike rides and endless stunning places you would normally pass by ...


 

Two punctures and then some…

 

Everything was right again in my world and our journey to Leh continued. We had crossed some major passes in the past two days, battled the cold, played in the snow, crossed mind-numbingly cold waterfall crossings, spent sleepless nights in the harsh winds trying to blow off our tents in the valleys except the...