Kishor

Bangalore has grown way beyond the founder intended it to. Not many of them would take time to know the history of the place…

Communities take refuge elsewhere after leaving their home country for many reasons. Refugees are the people who leave their home country, move to another country…

The aircraft touched down, and an immigration form and few lines of questioning later, I was out taking in the warm Sri Lankan air…

The coastal city of Mangalore in the state of Karnataka, India has white sandy beaches, history dating back to the pre historic era,…

70 percent of the people in India live in villages. People are trying to migrate to cities but village life is still important.…

My definition of a hostel is that it is a place where people share laughs, stories, create relationships, and exchange smiles. Everybody’s traveling…

I chose to work as a Team Leader with Raleigh, a British charity during the first few months of 2015.  This charity in…

Story 1 Every travel has stories. It is always nice to meet people those tell you interesting things. This story is about hitting…

Whatever you say about India, the opposite is also true is the saying. Chaotic, creative burst of culture, bamboozling, intoxicating, daunting, overwhelming. This is…

After Allappey, my next stop was Varkala. Varkala is a coastal town in the Thiruvananthapuram district. There aren’t many buses to this place…

Continued from Coastal Kerala – Alappuzha (Alleppey)

Alleppey After five days in Kochi, I traveled to Alleppey. The lush green Alleppey is known as the gateway to the backwaters of Kerala,…

I tried some Christmas poetry today, and I would post it here for you to read. Wishing readers a Happy Holidays. Eat cake,…

Police Museum, Fort Kochi This Kochi museum was opened four years ago, and was the first Police museum in the country. The uniforms,…

Kochi, also Cochin is a collection of many islands, and is a part of the district of Ernakulam. The laid back town of…

Fort Kochi’s, history, geography, and economics.

Read ‘Enduring the Maximum City’ Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3, and also look the some pictures.

Part 3 of Enduring the Maximum City is an account of my visit to Mumbai’s Siddhi Vinayak, Chinese, and Japanese temples

Continued from Enduring the Maximum City.

My experience at my recent trip to Mumbai. Read my experience by each day.