Hey people, ever heard of Chennai Photo Biennale? If someone have asked the same question to me before 2019, I would have said “No”, but not anymore. The first time I came across Chennai Photo Biennale was in 2019, on Instagram. It was when they were conducting a captivating Photography exhibition “CPB Edition 2” around… Continue reading And It’s Here – Chennai Photo Biennale Edition 3!
Kanyakumari, the farthest end of India is an iconic destination to visit by anyone who tours around Tamil Nadu or live in South India. It harbours the weight of Kumari Kandam’s history. Being born in Tamil Nadu, and living in the southern part of India one cannot miss visiting Kanyakumari. Well, it took 24 years… Continue reading A Rejuvenating 2 Days 1 Night In Nagercoil, Kanyakumari!
I have visited Tuticorin many times since I was a kid. It is my parent’s native place also most of our relatives reside there. Back in those days, I haven’t observed much. So, I haven’t found how precious it could be for a newcomer. Recently, after almost seven years, I visited again and travelled around.… Continue reading 5 Reasons why you should visit Tuticorin
Museums are the best getaway when you want to try to go somewhere new and look at something different while you step into each door. My first museum experience was when I was doing my 7th grade. Back then it was too late for me, comparatively. I saw kids smaller than me at that time… Continue reading Museum: Where time merges!
Living in a suburb surrounded by 5 small hills-the Panjapandava hills(that how we named it when we were kids), it’s the only happiest thing at that point with no shops close by, no schools close by or parks. Somehow out of everything we slowly realised the worth of it as we grew up. I am… Continue reading Life Of A Hill
The title might sound like I am about to write some witchcraft story. But no. The following travel experience is not going to be religious or witchcraft but you can get to see a little bit of spiritual side. Some people might judge this. But, I can understand it. As many of us tend to… Continue reading A Walk Around The Hill On Full Moon Days
What type of public transport person are you? Train person or a bus person? I am always comfortable with the train. If you have read the previous posts I have already mentioned it before. Travelling in the suburban train, especially the one that runs from Tambaram to Beach station, always healed me whenever I feel… Continue reading CMRL: The bridge that connects me and my thirst for local travel
Its been 3 months already, staying inside the home which sometimes makes me feels like it’s a cave and sometimes a cocoon. I am trying hard to entertain myself through whatever I can so that my brain nerves won’t turn lethargic and at some point it becomes exhausting. No matter what I do my brain… Continue reading Travelling Virtually Around Pacific Asia Like…(Dream To Travel Virtual Event)
There are so many creatures, places, and things around us which we are introduced to the right from our childhood days which is only through pictures in the books and through televisions, computers, and smartphones. In the past, people started to quench their thirst for knowledge and curiosity through traveling. They encountered and introduced to… Continue reading A place where fishes flew above my head
I have decided to write about the trip to Darjeeling today cause I am so desperate. I am so desperate that I don’t want to forget those memories. And I also want you guys to go make memories in that paradise at least once. When you are going with a group of people, under supervision… Continue reading Darjeeling: The memories which haunts
We all have that one favorite sweet or dessert, by thinking about it just brighten up our mood. For me, I fell in love with one kind of sweet during my trip to Kolkata. Which eventually lead me to another place. I am always fond of Rasmalai. I was a 5th-grade student back then when… Continue reading Relationship between Travel and Food
A TRAVEL AND A BOOK MAKES A PERPLEXING COMRADE “ The Backpackers Group My backpack always has a book whenever and wherever I travel. A book is so important for a solivagant. Most of my trips didn’t end up with meeting new people, also the long trips in trains and buses long for a talk… Continue reading A Solivagant’s Friend: Books
We are really close to saying goodbye to 2019, and still, I had a regret that I have attended only one volunteer work. Smh. And then, a friend who I made while volunteering a run posted an “A planting event”. It’s not a typical NGO event though. My classes for this semester ended, and my… Continue reading Purposeful travel is a lesson
For a person like me traveling opened the door to observe and understand people. I love to travel by train. I know why. Cause it’s comforting. No matter how sad, angry, or anxious I am, when I get into the suburban train, I became quiet and calm. I always wondered why. Even if I am… Continue reading A basic travel opens door to meet good people
On October 21st 2019, I get to visit the Shores of History. It’s Mamallapuram! folks. After Xi Jinping(President of China) visit, there has been a drive inside everyone, isn’t it?! But, I went with my classmates, for a short trip. It took some rough 2 1/2 to three hours from Guindy to reach there. On… Continue reading The Shores of History