McCluskieganj Weekend

We are Bengali Christians, which I know sounds confusing but if you think carefully, it will be as easy as an apple pie. We are Bengalis who have the religion as Christianity and we go to church on Sundays. Maybe someday I will write a separate blog about us Bengalis Christians. Anyways this blog is … Continue reading McCluskieganj Weekend

The most inspiring locations in Vietnam

Vietnam is a city of many magical sights, cultures and legends, so there’s no surprise that many come back from their travels with renewed inspiration for life. This article explores the most astonishing locations in Vietnam and the best ways to see them. Vietnam - Photo by Le Tuan Anh on Unsplash The Mekong Delta … Continue reading The most inspiring locations in Vietnam

Pahala Odisha Rasagola, Rosogolla and Rasgulla

I have been trying to cut my sugar intake for the last three months and to an extent, I have been successful. I was getting flabbier by the day and had to put a big full stop to this binge sweet consumption. Not going into the good and bad side of excessive sweet consumption in … Continue reading Pahala Odisha Rasagola, Rosogolla and Rasgulla

Sisupalgarh – The Forgotten City

We have to visit Sisupalgarh I told myself as I think I make my 50th trip to the city of Bhubaneswar. Being quite close to Kolkata and which also happens to be one of my workplaces it’s not uncommon for me to keep visiting this city both for work as well as for pleasure. For … Continue reading Sisupalgarh – The Forgotten City

Durga Pujo in Yangon Myanmar

Last year around this time, I was traveling on an audacious road trip from India to Myanmar. The idea was to avail any mode of transportation except flight thus it involved train, car, taxi, horse carriages, boats, electric scooters, bus and a lot of walking. Since the journey also coincided with Durga Pujo thus was … Continue reading Durga Pujo in Yangon Myanmar

Malhar Temples – Bilaspur

It was our last day in Bilaspur and being a travel and heritage blogger I had to complete one final task that is to visit Malhar. It’s pretty close to Bilaspur and I knew that with a dedicated car for the travel bloggers we just might be able to cover end to end of the … Continue reading Malhar Temples – Bilaspur