My first real meeting with a famous saint happened today and the man was no one but the Shankaracharya of Kashi Swaroopananda himself. The man is the supreme leader a…Continue reading
It is only when you arrive at Prayagraj station and move towards the Kumbh do you slowly begin to slip into the saffron sea. The heartland of Hindu Vedic culture and thought, Kumbh is a religious gat…Continue reading
This morning was a ride around the small tents chatting to the Naga Babas. My first stop was the Rabri Baba to whom I presented my t-shirt. He was a big man well over 75 or so with huge jet white dreadlocks and hair. This Baba’s speciality was that i…Continue reading
Videos and Vlogging
Videos are the next big thing and the best way to get your content out there. Yes, you may have started a YouTube and a Vimeo channel. However, have you looked at Facebook Stories or the new Instagram se…Continue reading
The most remote and difficult continent to visit – the ultimate travel adventure.
‘They say you cannot go to the Moon, but you can go to Antarctica.’
I read that line somewhere online …Continue reading
As a travel blogger, one is crisscrossing countries, cities and continents. No doubt, my life as a digital nomad is heavily dependent on my laptop and phone. My work and other data are stored on these devices. I also use Wifi at airports, lounges and…Continue reading
A blog on Antarctica is long overdue as it is almost a year since I landed on that white continent way back in December 2017. Therefore, here is the first part on my travel to the continent from India.
I love travelling solo, as I…Continue reading
As a travel blogger, one is always looking for ways to make money and that extra buck. I mean you should explore all avenues to monetise your blog. I came across Airbnb and registered as a travel guide curating my own unique travel e…Continue reading