Traveler Blogs

There is a village by the side of Shyok river in Nubra. A glacier stream cuts the village in half. Every day the villagers have to cross a small wooden bridge in order to meet their relatives and f...

I would not have imagined that a family discussion that started with the intent of doing some internship around Gurgaon during the summer vacations would eventually culminate in my Parents taking t...

Lack of electricity, education and access to income are critical problems surrounding the remote Himalayan communities with income levels ranging around $600- $800 per annum per family. But they ha...

We just witnessed the biggest festival of democracy in India. The general elections of 2019 were held in 543 constituencies spread over 3.28 million square kilometres. The locations vary ...

“Great things are done when men and mountains meet!” – This quote by William Blake sums up the purpose and motivation for people to keep exploring the mountains. There i...

At the altitude of 14000 ft above the sea level, at the side of the world famous Pangong Tso (lake) stands strong a village named Maan. The temperature drops down to -20 degree Celsius in the winte...