Tagged: travel


If not stars,
give me fairy lights
like you gave me shadows
in the name of men.


A road trip to Jaipur ♥

Another one of my, ‘let’s show you India posts’ though all of them have been taken via a cell-phone that too from inside the car. So I won’t be expecting much here. But its no other than the beautiful Pink City Itself. I love this place.


You can see the elephants every now and then. I love feeding them. You just have to ask the guy who is the caretaker and once he allows, you’re all set. They love bananas. ❤


This is the Amer Fort, one of the main Heritage Sites that you’d want to see if you’re visiting. Its a lovely and pleasant place (only if you’re going in the winters).


For some reason I love these Arches that are spread over the entire state of Rajasthan. And just look at those beautiful and intricate patterns enveloping it.


The Jal Mahal ( Water Palace)


Another Arch!


Look at those patterns again!


This happened way back at the start of last month and I have been procrastinating since. I have been going to Jaipur for as long as I can remember. It is very much like a second home. I go there for the relatives and to get away from the city life. Jaipur is what I’d like to call work in progress. Though that is not a positive thing for me because I have grown tired New Delhi over the years. I hate what “these” people might refer to as development. All I see is the black smoke increasing and the noise deafening my ears. Its terrible in big cities, at least for me. I’d like to retreat to the mountains. Now won’t that be fun.

My Cloudy Diaries.

I love looking at the clouds and taking their pictures, because I keep thinking what it might look like to a different person on the other side of the world. I am extremely curious! However, in case you are as well, Good Morning from New Delhi, India


I am definitely going to paint this today, with a bird as an extra maybe. Have a nice day people.

Kashmir, India

Many times I have been asked, how its like in India. People have their stereotypes for every single place and sadly I alone can’t help it. But! I was just going through an old folder and I found this lovely bunch. I am not much of a photographer (not really one, actually) but I really find these pictures peaceful. Hope you’ll like it too!


A few pictures of Dal Lake, Kashmir


We even stayed on a houseboat here. It was very cozy and comfortable. The boats were packed from inside hence the cold air was only welcomed as an occasional guest.


This is the cable car which would take us up to the top of the mountains. It was freezing up there. You might be able to see the ice. Man. We went around summers so the Ice below had melted away and we got to see those snow covered mountains that always looked like ice-cream tops to me.


Here I mostly liked the clouds in contrast.


Hope you liked the pictures. I have others  as well, maybe I can come up with more.

Have a nice day.