The moisture filled the air without suffocating the “worshippers” of jinns. Hundreds of them were crowded in the cave, where the only source of light was the candles on the bed of roses and aggarbatti’s. Despite the chaos, a sense of peace prevailed in the atmosphere so much so that the eerie darkness was almost pacifying to the soul. This is where the Djinns are found in Delhi!
One would believe that this scenario might be somewhere in a small town or a shanty village, this could never be in the capital of the country, right in the midst of the hustle-bustle of Delhi.
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!
There are so many burger outlets in Delhi/NCR alone, it’s hard to keep up. But what i’m going to tell you, may change your life! Well, not really, but if you love burgers then it will! If you live in Delhi/NCR, then you must try Bun Intended. It’s nothing like the burger delivery joints you may have tried who serve normal Aloo Tikki burgers. These guys have so many options, you will be left wondering how did they come up with such ingenious combinations!
Who doesn’t love a nice crispy Taco, specially the one which is loaded with cheese & fresh toppings! There are many Taco places in Delhi, but here are the Top 5 spots for your Taco cravings!
The South Delhi Kitchen is for everyone who wants to have a unique culinary experience. The ambience of the cafe screams comfort & gives the whole place a chilled-out vibe. The big beds, a cozy reading nook & colourful bean bags make the whole ambience of the place a very laid-back one. This is the cafe where you can come with your friends to chill out, a no-frill place truly! What’s more, they encourage everyone to eat together & share their meals so that there’s less wastage & also it becomes a great networking place when you want to meet new people!
Tired of eating out & are craving for some ghar ka khaana? Try The Punjab Kitchen! Right from the delivery to the packaging, these guys will not disappoint you. They have a unique Weekly & Daily Menu which they make fresh. According to the week & the Day, you will get their thali plus a yummy Cold Lassi ( which is delivered in the cutest bottle!)
20th July 2017-All roads led to The People and Co in Cyberhub as Delhi NCR was treated to a colossal music invasion of one of India’s most celebrated band, ADVAITA that kicked off an unforgettable experience in the city. A mélange of fusion music culminated on a high note at Canvas Music Hall, Gurgaon as the music community of the city came together to raise toast to good music with more who were in all applause for its very first extravaganza.
This is the city that stole my heart in the first glimpse. Right from the first look of Rome through the Train station & the next few days on the cobbled streets. Rome made me believe in Paradise!
Want to do a unique road trip from Delhi? Forget Agra & Jaipur! Just 367 kilometres away from Delhi is the last inhabited village on the Indo- Tibet border, Chitkul. This quaint village lies deep in the Kinnaur valley. The height of Chitkul is 3450 meters above sea level. You get a panoramic view of the beautiful Himalayas from here.