Atniya

1. The featured image was captured on NH39 just outside Atniya village.

2. I had a cutting tea and two packs of snacks Punjabi Tadka and Matar Masala worth five, five and five rupees respectively.

3. A bus emitting out black smoke was passing through the road headed towards West as a boy wearing an orange T-shirt with a smartphone asked where I was from. I had asked for dustbin which wasn’t there.

4. I saw 11 DPS buses and there might be another job assignment after a long time.

5. As this day has passed so shall tomorrow and the day after.

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New year!!

Happy New Year guys!!! Back on the new year with a new post and some new energy hopefully!

For a change, this time, the resolution was not to make any resolutions. That way I won’t forget or ignore. Looks like a good plan, don’t you think?

How was your new year? Any resolutions?

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Last of Hoysala

Here is the last installment of the Hoysala temples…. Unless I find the next temple of Hoysala.

But again, this is gonna be an active series.

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Night tales

I welcome you to the midnight post with the Mughals. Absolutely loved finding the stories for this one. Hope the same resonates with you guys too.

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Series #3

And the next item on the Mausoleum of Love series is live and ready for you!!

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Still Not over…

2020 was supremely exhausting…mentally, physically and spiritually. But the fatigue was more more overwhelming in 2021 especially when everyone started expecting a breather from the pandemic! It’s not like we are still not facing the same situation right now! But things are progressively much better than I had hoped. And I will continue hoping it stays so.

But to overcome 2020, I decided to step out in 2021 just to see how it feels in the New World!

And somehow I ended up in this gem, 2 hours away – One of the Seven Wonders of Maharashtra.

I always find beautiful buildings more peaceful than beaches and mountains.

What was your coping strategy?

Cheers!

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Stepping beyond Popularity

Rajasthan is the most popular stop within the realm of tourist circuit in India. Beyond the advocacy tactics adopted by tourism ministry, there is a world far greater than the forts and instagrammable spots that can be used to describe the state and its glorified history.

Take a look!!

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Another Treasured find

In the world of instant gratification and instant coffee, sometimes a surprise is all it takes to click the right button. I think lego buildings do fall in that category!

From Lord over ruins to Lego buildings, February-March was simply one of the best tripping I have done in a long time!

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Random things you do….

…. When in pain

So I got my tooth extracted…. Was freaking out the whole day since yesterday and then… Whooosh…. It feels like I lost a long-standing friend. Have you ever felt that way for a tooth? I wonder if tooth fairy excepts a bloody, surgically extracted tooth…!!?

Anyways, rambling aside, to keep me distracted, i pre-released my scheduled post. Do checkout the reel I made and linked at the end. I could have lead with that here, but then the surprise would have lost completely!!!

Let me know what you guys think?

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Lore of the Light: A Brief History of Nine Planets in India- ४

It was a short journey and my first to Ujjain in Central India. The city of time itself. I was almost strolling when on the ghats of Shipra river I met a sage sitting alone but not alone. He looked strangely wild and attractive, focused. He was arranging his stones, picking them carefully as if […]

Lore of the Light: A Brief History of Nine Planets in India- ४

Narayan Tushar Kaudniya is an experienced travelogue author. Hope you would visit hesh web log and like, share, subscribe. Have a nice weekend!

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