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Posted by Shivya Nath on April 17, 2014

By Shivya Nath. Summer in Delhi is not for the faint hearted. Temperatures soar as high as 45 degrees Celcius during the day, and a hot loo (desert wind) engulfs…

Posted by Travelyaari on April 13, 2014

By Priya Iyer. Summer has started, and the heat is here! Temperatures have started soaring, fans and air conditioners have started running day and night, blankets and jackets are gone,…

Posted by Travelyaari on April 7, 2014

By Sapna Agarwal. There is a story about Pushkar that the local guides love to narrate. They say that in the olden days when gods and goddesses still roamed the…

Posted by Shivya Nath on April 1, 2014

By Shivya Nath. Come summer, when Delhi is engulfed by an unbearable summer heat and you’re scratching your head to find respite, we have you covered. Whether you like to…

Posted by Travelyaari on March 25, 2014

By Amrita Das. Have you ever seen your hometown on Google Maps? It is a mixed feeling of surprise coated with immense nostalgia. Shillong, my home, is a place I…

Posted by Travelyaari on March 22, 2014

By Asha Vishwanathan. As I was cleaning out my closet, my eyes fell upon a small album tucked unobtrusively between other books. I began flipping through its well-worn pages and…

Posted by Travelyaari on March 8, 2014

By Sarita Santoshini I fell in love with Hyderabad way back in 2005, when short breaks from boarding school meant hopping between tourist spots and gorging on meat in the…

Posted by Travelyaari on February 26, 2014

By Sapna Agarwal. We flew into Srinagar, to hot weather and the smell of hope. In contrast to the empty and desolate Srinagar on our last trip here in 2000,…

Posted by Travelyaari on February 25, 2014

By Amrita Das. Only hate the road when you’re missing home… These lyrics by Passenger always transport me back to Demul in Spiti. As my first solo trip, I volunteer-travelled with…