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Posted by Shashank Shekhar on February 21, 2013

The Wild Ass Sanctuary at the Little Rann of Kutch The Little Rann of Kutch (LRK) is a difficult place to describe. It’s parched and battered yet surreal. It feels…

Posted by Shashank Shekhar on February 18, 2013

It was a night when the moon emerged as bright as the sun; as I stood upon pristine white salt amid clear blue sky. But unlike the central star, the…

Posted by Shashank Shekhar on February 8, 2013

And you thought that Mumbai was all about cash and stash…??? Come over to Mumbai’s very own annual Kala Ghoda Arts Festival which is an annual celebration of art, artists…

Posted by Shashank Shekhar on February 4, 2013

Continuing with my post on the gourmet delights of Ahmedabad, here are a few more of my picks…. Aghashiye  Every city has its own tourist trap and the House of…

Posted by Shashank Shekhar on January 30, 2013

If Punjab is the land of sarson-da-saag and chicken tandoori; Kerala, the land of delectable fish and beef curries and Bengal known for the greatest Rôshogollas to have ever graced…

Posted by Shashank Shekhar on January 23, 2013

Walking, in our times has become a luxury. But walking is therapy and the Ahmedabad heritage walk provides one with the perfect excuse to walk…walk…and walk more to your heart’s…

Posted by Shashank Shekhar on January 16, 2013

Makar Sankranti in Ahmedabad The clogged serpentine lanes of old city Ahmedabad are strangely empty on this particular day. Even the hustlers are gone and you’ll probably spot a lonely…

Posted by Priyanka Lahiri on December 30, 2012

Khotachi Wadi, Mumbai It’s an oasis suspended in time. Khotachi Wadi is a tiny hamlet located in South Mumbai’s Girgaum district which among other things is famous for a pristine…

Posted by Shashank Shekhar on December 25, 2012

Ambaji Temple Ambaji temple is one of the most important pilgrimage spots in India especially during the Navratri festival with the town (also called Ambaji) recording footfalls of over 30…

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