Writing about my past travels is kind of making the lack of travelling more bearable but it’s also reminding me about how much I love to travel and then I’m missing it more…Urghhh such useless times! But anyway, C’est la vie – at least right now. So continuing with my travel stories.
Today I take you to my favourite state, Karnataka. I have travelled there five times now and each visit has just made me want to go back. I love the food, I love the people, I love all the dynasties that ruled there and all the resulting histories and heritages. Out of all the treasures, today we visit an iconic monument of Karnataka: The Stone Chariot of Hampi
Dance is like a therapy to our mind, body, and spirit. It was a much-needed stress reliever during this period of restrictions. I love to dance and I am a professionally trained Kathak dancer. And with a little bit of extra time on hand (thanks to the lockdown), I found myself dancing…
Books have always been there through the thick and the thin. So here’s a picture of my “Friend“.
They have introduced me to many amazing magical worlds and in turn have inspired me to write my own stories!
(PS: These are a few random books from my collection)
History, an elementary narration of a labyrinthine past! How I love this subject…The sheer multitude of complex past stories and their implications in our present lives is something that just overwhelms me. Continue reading Iti Haas: as it happened!→
Do you believe in magic? The magic of touch, the magic of truth, the magic of love and above all the magic of words…
Those perfect words which inspired our imaginations, words that transported us to fascinating worlds, words that gave us strength and hope, words that stole our hearts and those that broke them. Continue reading The Magic of Words→