Coimbatore: Pure bliss – Part 2

What to expect from a trip when it is impromptu, to an unheard destination accompanied by unknown people? Or let me rephrase the question – What to expect when a trip is all of the above and you are a socially awkward introvert? I said Yes when my roommate (yes, the same one from HR)…

Coimbatore: Pure Bliss -Part 1

Life sometimes unfolds in the most miraculous and unexpected ways. It throws tons of lemons at you for years and then you start believing that maybe lemons are not that bad. It is then, life decides to show you something that you have long forgotten… something that you feel is only part of motivational, self help, philosophical books – Pure bliss!

North Goa : Hat-trick Visit

I don’t feel like I would ever get Goa off my list. There is a lot more to explore. One has to visit the place, spend a good amount of time to connect and feel at home. In Goa we always feel like at home even when it is not at all like Mumbai. That’s the connect this place has with many of us and there are very few who would visit it just once in their lifetime.

Pieces of light

This polka dots pattern caught my attention as I was leaving the house one evening. Little pieces of light were trying to illuminate the staircase laying in  the darkness. It was a simple yet gorgeous setting and deserved to be clicked in black and white. I actually love it when I find something beautiful or striking in everyday…

Indian weddings and me

isn’t photography all about seeing things from a new perspective and trying something different? The best thing about weddings is that they provide an amazing platform to click and experiment.

Pondicherry – A french souvenir

While visiting the Andaman and Nicobar Islands a few years back I had made plans to visit Pondicherry on my way back. The connecting flight between Port Blair and Mumbai was via Chennai which is just 150KM away from this little town on the bay of Bengal. Andaman was a visual treat however still something…

Pushkar – A Backpacker’s Paradise

If I have to choose one place among the places I have visited so far, I would choose Pushkar (Rajasthan) without thinking twice…a romantic, peace seeking backpacker’s town….