Mohan Mahal — Thousands of Mirrors, Hundreds of Candles.

Imagine a glass palace illuminated by hundreds of candles with a mosaic of mirrors glistening on the ceiling and tiny pieces of glass gleaming on the walls. While you are only settling in, imagine a convoy of servers arriving with the land’s most exquisite cuisine, chefs bringing in their signature dishes, and butlers carrying the …

A Guide To The Terracotta Town of West Bengal

About: Miles and miles of fluorescent paddy fields, picturesque ponds surrounded by low hillocks, tiny rivulets flowing through verdant greens, and the occasional group of tribals dancing on the road – travelling to Bishnupur, a small town in Bengal, is like travelling into a picture postcard. The erstwhile capital of the prosperous Malla dynasty, Bishnupur …

The Wine Company — Pairing New Flavours With Old Wines

That Sarah Todd loves Indian food is no surprise. The Model turned chef had won hearts when she made Alu-Gobhi at Master Chef Australia in 2014. Her fan following only grew after she opened Antares in Goa and curated the menu for The Wine Rack in Mumbai. Sarah, however, had so far been absent from …

My Bond with Ruskin Bond

Have you ever wept while reading a book? Not because you have fallen in love with the hero and he is dead, or because the heroine has cancer and she may not live – but, because the words have touched your soul. Have you sobbed after a book has ended? Have you ever agonized over …

You Mee – Good food, Great vibe and Manga.

At You Mee nothing comes between you and us. Lama, the young manager of the newly opened Japanese and Far East cafe in the capital, says smiling even as he welcomes us. When you hear of yet another asian place opening up in the capital, you wonder if it's just going to be another on …

The Road Not Taken

A piece written 5 years ago, when I was only just finding my feet. Sharing it for in these 5 years, writing has become a part of life, and yes, I the dreams have come true too.

BAT Travels — Travel Partners to India’s Visually Impaired.

Early in June 2018, a group of travellers got together to explore Sikkim. Their itinerary for the holiday included monastery visits, trekking, zip lining, tea tasting, forest trails, and climbs at the Nathula Pass. Pretty regular for any trip to the state, except that the group wasn’t regular – one-third of them could not see. …