You just don’t need Kindle as its an “e-reader only” but something that works good for internet browsing, watching movies and of course e-book reading. So you are liable to choose between laptop and iPad only.
It has a never ending rush of vehicles on either sides, with frequent honking, yet it’s one of the few “largely unspoiled” places in Aurangabad. Named after the great ornithologist, naturalist, and the "birdman of India" Salim Ali, Dr. Salim Ali Sarover is a rare and rich biodiversity spot within the city. Locked, and so…
The school unlike other schools in Aurangabad was privileged to get a small space in the Jail premises. Just around the school is a ‘Police ground’ where outsiders are prohibited. Still chit-chatters, joggers, including me, manage to intrude into the premises. Often passing by this school I would ponder over the bizarre condition of the…
“Woah!!! Finally! I am here.” I gave myself a moment, just to get over the excitement of standing at the southern tip of the gigantic landmass of Asia.
No, but, seriously, slicing a 100 gm ice cream made of pure cream, just for 30 rupees, that too on the streets of Mumbai is damn cheap! And it isn’t just about paying less and getting more, the taste was so heart-melting, and fulfilling that I asked for how I can help him to spread a word about his tasty ice cream.
Being one of the most pristine lands on the European continent, the Faroe Islands are an idyllic escape for Nature lovers. No matter where you stand, you will always feel invited by the spectacular view of the grounds, pleasantly back-dropped with the vast ocean.
I was immensely delighted to see the places, but the one that remained close to my heart was ‘Palshet’, a village, a small heaven in the middle of Sahyadris.
I found what I was looking for...something unusual...something like sprinkled choco powder over the tangy liquid-filled Pani-Puri, and with a thin line of Choco-syrup to complete the preparation. Mmmmm!!!
I bought DSLR so I can picture the stories of this historical city. It was the time when I wandered the streets of Aurangabad (which I still do) with a backpack, and a zeal to shot the essence of a place that has its roots deep down into the history.
They created a buzz not because they “Scooped” some really tasty Ice-Creams, but because “They don’t scoop at all!”
Shawarma, an Arabian delicacy, has crossed its Levantine frontiers and reached almost every street in the world including India.