This piece of art painted by my mother has adorned the living room of our house in Nainital for as long as I can remember. There is something about this painting that attracts everyone. For me, it was the lady’s eyes… I was terrified when I noticed that her eyes follow me everywhere. I tried…… Continue reading The woman in my living room…!
Standing in the balcony on that rainy night, she feels the breeze on her face. He is in the bedroom. After another argument, they can’t sit in the same room. They’re married, it’s his house, she chooses the balcony. She watches the cars on the street. Somewhere a little girl is reciting a nursery rhyme…… Continue reading Faded Wedding Rings
Its amazing to have friends who are always up for impromptu trips to just about anywhere..! If you follow me, you must already be familiar with my friend Nandini. We love travelling and learning about new places and blend in perfectly with the local culture and people. This time around, we decided to visit Alwar…… Continue reading Two Girls on a Safari
This is one thing I find myself thinking about every now and then. Why can’t we be with the people we love? Everyone will relate to this differently, for me it’s about me and my family. I love my parents and my little sister and as much as I want to spend all my life…… Continue reading A heart away from home…
Remember how I told you in my last blog on Thailand that 25th Birthday is kind of a big deal for me? For my 25th Birthday I chose Malaysia with my best friend from school, Sadhvi. I have started to wonder why I usually travel with my girlfriends, maybe because once life happens to us, we may…… Continue reading Two Girls in Malaysia
Is 25th birthday a huge deal for all of you or is it just us? My friend Nandini was going to turn 25 and we had not planned anything. Our wandering souls bothered us, “But it’s June! Summer is at its peak in India, where can we go” I said. “Who said anything about India?”…… Continue reading Two Girls in Thailand
Some places hold a special place in our hearts, and each time you visit them, you take a piece of them with you and leave a piece of yours with them. For me, it’s ‘Rishikesh’ – The Yoga Capital of the World. Rishikesh is magic for my soul and I still don’t know whether it is…… Continue reading Rishikesh, my Happy Place