I wanted to see Kolkata through a different lens so I followed the river Hooghly from the Vidyasagar Setu and travelled up north to Belur Math. Join me on this one day’s journey and discover this historic city on your own. In 1690, Job Charnock sailed down the river Ganga in Bengal and pitched tents … Continue reading Kolkata: A day spent by the riverfront
An island nation having historically highest number of 72 active volcanoes, Indonesia gives us the chance to see Earth’s volcanic activity from a very close angle. Though volcano tour packages are gaining popularity but the fun lies in exploring the route on your own and enjoying the road as you go. Mt Bromo and then … Continue reading Into the ring of fire: Indonesia
Built in stone or in steel, bridges in Iran are much more than just structures joining two edges of landmass. I have visited such two of the most admired bridges, one from 1600 AD and the other built in 2014. Both built centuries apart carries the same thought, bring people together and building a community. … Continue reading Building bridges in Iran
Vank Cathedral is one of the many churches in Iran’s prosperous and very prominent Armenian Christian city of New Julfa The monument is a mix of many architectural styles and is a visual treat to all. Continue reading Frescoes in Gold and Persian Blue
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