No trip to Ladakh is complete without a visit to one of the monasteries dotting its empyrean landscape. Stakna is one of the lesser known monasteries located at a distance of 25 km from Leh. It is perched on a small hill on the banks of Indus river offering panoramic views of the Indus valley.
The topography of Ladakh is like no other land in the world. Explore some of the breathtaking landscapes of Ladakh in India through the visuals in this post.
The Havelis located in Mandawa, Nawalgarh, Churu and Dundlod located in Shekhawati region are known for their opulent Havelis and fresco paintings. Take a visual tour of the area fondly called as Open Art Gallery of India as we walk you through some of the locations we explored in Shekhawati.
Chickmagalur, the South Indian hill station is adored by many. Read through our experience is the coffee land during our visit in summer.
When we were exploring the offbeat areas in rural Rajasthan in India, one thing we noticed in common in almost all villages was that most of the women were confined to household work. Rarely did we see them go out to earn in a patriarchal society deeply influenced by the ancient culture and traditions. However, the scene was quite contrary at Chandelao, a quaint little village located at 40 km to the east of Jodhpur. Sunder Rang, one of the Initiatives of Chandelao Vikas Sansthan (Chandelao Development Organization) in collaboration with Basecamp Foundation is empowering a lot of women in Chandelao in earning a livelihood by making traditional arts and crafts along with promoting traditional crafts local to Rajasthan.
Sandur, located in Karnataka is one of the seasonal dazzling beauties of Southern India. The month of September is the best time to visit Sandur.