Praying in Bangkok

An iconic religious landmark in Bangkok, the famous Erawan Shrine (also known as four faced Buddha) attracts devotees and worshipers from all around the world. Originally built to ward off evil, Erawan shine… Continue reading

Oktoberfest in Germany

The parade of elaborately embellished six-horse carriages along with Bavarian costume and riflemen’s march in kick off the long awaited Oktoberfest.  A short distance away in the tents each housing at least 10… Continue reading

Reading Rendezvous in Paris

I have always loved patronizing bookstores. Be careful not to miss out its elusive exterior standing along Paris’s rich undulating district for the accidental stumble into Shakespeare bookstore had turned out a fine… Continue reading

Hiking in Switzerland

Niederhorn, Beatenberg From the vantage point that offer panoramic view of the iconic craggy summits and rock-ribbed pathways, Niederhorn is undeniably a hiking paradise offering intoxicating experiences and formidable sceneries. With tendrils of… Continue reading

If music be the food of love

  “If Music be the food of love, play on, Give me excess of it; that surfeiting, The appetite may sicken, and so die.” – William Shakespeare

Conforming

Amidst the society’s depiction of right and wrong, can one still hear and remain true to his or her own inner calling?

The tree and Me

Ol’ tree, I hear your scattered leaves Rustle in this gentle breeze * Through this mist the veiled moon peer Against the velvet sky your silhouette gleam * Into the earth your roots… Continue reading

Travelling on Indian Roads

The varieties of animals, seemingly unperturbed by the chaotic traffic, trotted pass us with ease; traffic jam on the road has never been more fun.

Living on a Boathouse in Kashmir

Entering the quaint looking boathouse, the posh interior of elaborate decoration that greeted us was a pleasant and fascinating surprise. The corridors of the boathouse are adorned with paintings and intricate carvings; each… Continue reading

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