The Red Rucksack by Ben J. West

The Red Rucksack by Ben J. West – Book Review

The Red Rucksack is a travelogue that tells the story of a pharmacist who gives up his running business to travel solo around the...
Book Review Buddha in Central Asia by Sunita Dwivedi

Buddha in Central Asia by Sunita Dwivedi

The author of Buddha in Central Asia Sunita Dwivedi was born in Kushinagar. The city where Buddha attained Mahaparinirvana. She goes to central Asia...
Sahara A Journey of Love, Loss and Survival by Paula Constant

Sahara A Journey of Love, Loss and Survival by Paula Constant

Sahara by Paula Constant is a sequel to her first book Slow Journey South. In the first book, she wrote about her walk from...
Becoming a Mountain by Stephen Alter

Becoming a Mountain by Stephen Alter

Himalayas - the aura that name generates is nothing compared to what the mountain and its various ranges can do to the ones who...
Kathmandu by Thomas Bell

Kathmandu by Thomas Bell – Book Review

Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal is an intriguing place - an ancient city wrapped in a lot of mythology, where Hinduism and Buddhism co-exist...
Travelling In, Travelling Out Ed by Namita Gokhale

Travelling In, Travelling Out Ed by Namita Gokhale

Travel can mean so many things to so many people. It essentially means getting out of your surroundings - internal or external. And stepping...
Bucket List of a Traveloholic by Sarika Pandit

Bucket List of a Traveloholic by Sarika Pandit

I have been writing a travel blog for a decade now. And I must admit I have not read much of either travel blogs...
A Strange kind of Paradise by Sam Miller

A Strange kind of Paradise by Sam Miller

India is a mystery - even to people who are born and brought up here. So the foreigners who come here are totally lost...
Delhi Mostly Harmless Elizabeth Chatterjee

Delhi Mostly Harmless by Elizabeth Chatterjee

Participant Observer is a technique in anthropology, where the researcher becomes a part of the community or society he or she is studying. They...
Beyond the Dunes by Juhi Sinha

Beyond the Dunes by Juhi Sinha – Book Review

A couple of years back I had read Juhi Sinha’s biography of Bismillah Khan and I just loved it. In that review, I had...