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10 secrets of Malana – A mystic village known for it’s charas!

Malana, an ancient Indian village in Himachal Pradesh, is isolated from the rest of the world. Rest of world only cares for Malana because it grows the best charas in the world. Malana has its own lifestyle and social structure and people strictly follow their customs. Here are the (best) 10 secrets of Malana that are not known to the outsiders. Continue reading “10 secrets of Malana – A mystic village known for it’s charas!”

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Top 10 Highest Motorable Roads and Passes in India

Contrary to general public opinion, misinformed by Guinness World Records, local summit signs, social media posts and countless websites, the world’s highest motorable road pass is NOT the Khardung La 5,359 m (17,582 ft) but Dungri La 5,610 m (18,406 feet). According to Wikipedia, vehicles have been driven over the 5,582 meters (18,314 ft) Marsimik La, in the Indian Karakoram to the north-east of Khardung La. Continue reading “Top 10 Highest Motorable Roads and Passes in India”

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Top 25 bollywood songs you must have in your travel playlist

Remember the road trip from Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, where Hritik, Farhan and Abhay Deol were savouring the taste of a bachelor road trip in Spain? And how the song “Khaabon Ke Parinday” added charms to it? A road trip is always incomplete without songs and bollywood songs can put life into a boring and dull roadtrip. While the list of travel songs are endless, because everyone’s taste of music is different. Continue reading “Top 25 bollywood songs you must have in your travel playlist”

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How I explored Mcleodganj solo on foot in 4 days!




Mcleodganj (Upper Dharamsala), 6 km from Dharamsala (also known as Lower Dharamsala), is in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. I came here as I was told that it was a good place to do meditation in the mountains and also because I wanted to tick mark the Triund trek from my to-do list. The flying prayer flags on every corner, mountain tops surrounded by white clouds, the saffron-clad monks with Prayer beads and spinning prayer wheels justified my hopes. I felt like I was in some other dimension. Continue reading “How I explored Mcleodganj solo on foot in 4 days!”

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A travelers tale to inspire you to follow your heart!

Watching a movie is one of my ‘Friday traditions’.. yes, this is what i call it and strictly abide by (and not like waking up early and gymming rules which remains as plans only) Well, here the story starts.. One such Friday night, I completed this beautiful movie, ‘We bought a zoo‘. In one of the scene Matt Damon tells his son – Continue reading “A travelers tale to inspire you to follow your heart!”