Walking in The Rain..

There was a time when I wrote more fiction than travel, when I wrote little poems on the back of diaries, when I day dreamt all day and wrote all night. This story is one such. Written on an impulse on a rainy day. Even through its raw, it still remains my favorite. _________________________________________________________________________________________ A, …

Sirsasana and Smoothie

When it comes to yoga, everything  becomes a trend –studios, apparel, mats, and now cafés. The latest trend in F&B, these quaint little places often come attached to a yoga studio; sometimes they are stand-alone too, either way they provide an opportunity to eat clean and green often in a contemporary and hip setting. Here …

How mental Illness can drive you to the edge, and also make you jump off it.

As a new mother I went through a hard time coming to terms with my changed life and before I knew the happy gratified person was replaced by a permanently distressed woman. Only if I had known it was PPD and seen a therapist then, I would not have suffered for close to a decade. …

Prego: A delightful Melange of Good Food and Great Conversations.

What do you mean you prefer vegetarian!" Exclaimed chef Stephano when I told him I was a non vegetarian with a strong bias towards vegetarian food. I smiled. It was for him to figure out. "Okay, let me make you some vegetarian stuff." He declared. In a matter of minutes I had this super fresh, …

The Emerald Mile: From Bhedaghat to Dhuandhar Falls

“Do you see that gigantic face there? We call it India’s very own Mount Rushmore. And that sadhu on the top – he was in samadhi for so long that he turned into stone himself. These cars, which seem to have fallen off the cliff, are most famous by the way, as is Bandar Kudni, …