#DoorsofIndia— Building Perspective and Glorifying India’s History

Why do we travel? Primarily I travel to add perspective. Perhaps this is why every time I repeat a destination, each experience is different from the other. The #DoorsofIndia campaign, by Tata Pravesh, multiplied my perspective to very many things. Architecture has always been a defining subject in all my travels. But narrowing it down to doors was…

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Photo Story: First Glances of the Sepia Town of Segovia, Spain

There must be a word for it—something warmer than overwhelmed and real than magic. And that word would perfectly encapsulate the essence of Segovia for me. The stark vacuum of the barren lands stared at me. After the concrete layers of Madrid, I wasn’t ready of the contrast. As the car drove closer to the…

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Photo Story: Rome, Italy

Rome, or Roma as the Italians call it, is a destination so scintillating that I am still in awe of its jaw-dropping stories. The beauty and the history that Rome tells us is only a very small part of what we can grasp. From its historical artefacts to the delicious Tiramisu, this epic city has…

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The Great Statue of Buddha, Bodhgaya

Even though Bodhgaya in Bihar has the spectacular Mahabodhi Temple to distract all of us, I think the Great Buddha Statue (nicknamed 80-feet Buddha) deserves at least a visit. This creation is made of impressive, clear marble. What I liked the most is the eight statues of Buddha’s disciples on either sides. Amrita DasAmrita is…

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