More than one lakh farmers across India participated in the Kisan Mukti March on 29th November 2018 in the capital of the country. The framers marched towards Parliament Street, demanding better prices for their produce, implementation of the MS Swaminathan Commission Report and loan wavier and also asked the government to pass bills on the agrarian … Continue reading Third time in last 12 months: Farmers are on streets
You will be amazed once you visit Cashmere because from what you have been told, Cashmere is absolutely different.
Me and my friend Nikita started our journey for Cashmere on 12 August from New Delhi; the next morning we got stuck at Ramban due to the landslide. Ramban is a district situated on the banks of Chenab River in Jammu and Kashmir. It is almost 150 KM away from Srinagar, comes in the middle … Continue reading Ten and a half hours at Ramban
Bengalis' biggest festival of the year, Durga Puja is just nine days away as the preparation for welcoming Maa has already started. The grand celebration of Durga Puja is not limited to the city of Joy, Calcutta, Delhi has also adopted the culture long time back. If you want to feel the pujo pujo bhab, just head towards Chittaranjan Park … Continue reading Mahalaya—filling colours of love in life
This is not a travel article; it’s a summary of my love story called ‘In love with Cashmere’. I am going to come up in parts this time, as the journey is long and I don’t want you people to get bored of it. Sometimes, you choose a destination and sometimes a destination chooses you. … Continue reading I had no plans and it happened to be Kashmir
Visit Shillong for its serene beauty, welcoming people and amazing food. Coming back from Shillong is hard, the place captures your essence.
Peru holds the oldest history of human civilization, variety of climates, extensive landscapes and balanced ecosystem—this is all a traveller looks for—arresting combination of nature and culture.