There’s nothing more intriguing than a haunted place or a place where there’s supposed paranormal activity. India is an ancient land with many cultures and traditions. While reincarnation is believed to exist in the Hindu mythology, there are some places in India which are believed to be haunted by ghosts or spirits. Here are top 10 haunted places in India. Continue Reading
‘Winters is coming’, or wait, winters have already come! Which is why we have here the list of things to do in Delhi in winters! While the heat of the city stops one from exploring the rich culture and heritage which Delhi is home to, winters is the most appropriate time to visit all such places to bask under the glory of the sun. As much as one hates the Sun during summers, it is what one craves for during the season of cold. Here is a list of things to do in Delhi, to enjoy the warmth of the Sun, places which can help one survive as well as enjoy Delhi’s winters!
Whether you have spent 20 years in Delhi or just 24 hours, ending your day on the note of having made some indelible memories is never a bad idea. Be it your classes getting cancelled suddenly or be it because you wish to spend some quality time with the best of your buddies, city provides you with several hidden places to explore in Delhi. Planning and executing the exciting short weekend trips to nearby tourist locations can be bit of a hassle, especially if planned a day before. However, the capital of the country seems to have certain secret spots. There are also many festivals you can attend in Delhi, if you fancy, here they are. Located at a distance of reasonable range, these hidden places provide you with scenic spots for the mandatory group photo as well as an ambience which lets you enjoy, while getting enthralled by the beauty around.
We all know what happens as we move towards the end of another year, we start looking for the best places for new year holiday in India. The questions begin: “What are you doing for New Year’s this year?” If you’re looking for places for new year holiday in India, don’t fret, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the best places for new year holiday in India!
Who said that there aren’t any unexplored hill stations in India? Be it clocking in late hours at work, studying for your dreaded final exams, or the exhaustion of our mundane lives, we all deserve a vacation. From hill stations to deserts, India is a land which has something for everyone. Here’s some of the unexplored hill stations in India you need to visit in the summer.
Manali is paradise-like when you leave Delhi which is scorching hot! The snow-capped Himalayas, the fresh breeze & slow life; Manali is always the perfect getaway.
Here are a few photos from our trip
We had three brief days to explore the city (again). Here’s me trekking to the waterfall, & I saw a Himalayan dog 🙂
In our second cottage, which was a little far away from the city in a village called Prini. It was blissful here, surrounded by just mountains & no tourists. A much needed alone time! More photo diaries of Paris here: http://ourvagabondstories.com/paris-photo-diary/
A clear sky day after it was raining the entire night & there was n electricity the entire night! A candlelit dinner was nice though 🙂
These cute Angora rabbits!! Cutest rabbits I have ever seen & also the softest to hold!
Hands down THE BEST Fruit Crumble We have EVER had!!! Freshly baked from the outside & warm squishy full of fruits on the inside, served Vanilla ice-cream at Fat Plates Cafe, Manali.
Wouldn’t you love to live in this cottage in the hills?! I would!
Everyone needs a break from the hectic city life, we did too! Which is why we headed to Manali during the Independence Day long weekend. Even though it was pouring heavily, but we decided to brave it! Mostly we couldn’t wait to stay at our Cute little cottages in the hills, which we found through HeyBnb. They have a 24/7 virtual front desk to handle any queries of guests at anytime unlike other online accommodation platforms. We had a wonderful stay & experience by booking through them.
For me Rishikesh has always meant two things: The Beatles & Peace! And what a great combination it is. Which is why I return to Rishikesh time & again to be rejuvenated.
If you have never been to Rishikesh, it’s a humble hill-station in Uttarakhand, India. To reach there, one can easily drive from Delhi. The drive will take around 6-7 hours; however the route is beautiful so it makes for a great road trip. Another way to reach is by train to Haridwar & then an hour drive to Rishikesh. It’s best to visit here from October- February, as in summers it gets hot.