A trip to explore Nature in India is always exciting and often adventurous. A two-day trip to Sonkhaliya, meticulously planned by my friends and co-travelers, Adesh and Mandar, was one such unforgettable experience. We boarded Ajmer Express from Dadar station at
Once the ‘wettest place’ on earth because of the copious amounts of rainfall it received, the beautiful town of Cherrapunji in Meghalaya now struggles with unexpectedly acute water shortage for several months of the year. With a deafening roar, lightning pierced
Often associated solely with the Incas, Peru’s cultural history is, in fact, far older. We explore some ancient ruins along the country’s northern edge, in search of forgotten civilizations and stories. Human Sacrifice: It isn’t unusual to come across these words when
Climate change is forcing nomad communities of Ladakh valleys to settle down and accept a new way of living – an interesting observation by Joydip Mitra. Their valley was never green, and the greenery in their valley was never improbable.
Situated at an altitude of 5,029 m (16,499 ft) in Uttarakhand and lying in the lap of the Trishul massif, is Roopkund. Call it ‘Mystery Lake’, ‘Skeleton Lake’ or simply a mountaineers’ paradise; Roopkund is a lake that never runs